There are many. Mine is from the “The Sponge Who Could Fly” episode (which is a classic).
Patrick: You cut a hole in Farmer Jenkins’ grain silo!
SpongeBob: Don’t remind me.
Jenkins: [runs up] I knew no good would come from city folk and their flying machines! Now git! [Patrick and SpongeBob run away]
Patrick:** We better do what he says. He knows how to grow food!**
Mister Krabs is my absolute favorite for this. Two that come mind:
“Boy, I can give you ten good reasons to never let go of a dime!”
There’s an episode where the Ghost of the Flying Dutchman lays claim to Mr. Krabs’s soul for being cheap. Spongebob offers the Dutchman his own soul as a test to prove that Krabs isn’t cheap. The Dutchman accepts the bet, and offers to buy Spongebob from Mr. Krabs for the change he has in his pocket, which amounts to $1.62. Krabs fails the test, and the Dutchman takes Spongebob, leading to this exchange:
Squidward: “Mr. Krabs, I can’t believe you just did that.”
Krabs: “What, you think I could have gotten more for him?”
Mr. Krabs is trying to make up a name for the dead guy whose trucker hat he’s trying to trick away from SpongeBob. He dubs him “Smitty… Werber…man… Jensen.” Sure enough, there’s a tombstone in a nearby cemetery with that name on it.
Patrick (after gobbling his candy bar): “I think I’ll eat it now!” Then of course, he can’t find it, and accuses Spongebob of stealing it, which causes Spongebob to purposely enjoy his candy bar way too much.
Spongebob: “Squidward, the jellyfish don’t like it. Could you play a little… better?”
Sandy: “Ohhhh. This is the tongue, and… the whole thing… is the… worm.”
SpongeBob: Patrick, what’s this word? Patrick: Hmm… (slowly) Krabs… Hey, isn’t he that red sweaty guy you work for? SpongeBob: Not that word. (points slightly offscreen) That word. Patrick: dolphin chirp! Patrick: I know! It’s one of those fancy sentence enhancers. SpongeBob: Sentence enhancers? Patrick: Ya use 'em if ya wanna talk fancy. Just sprinkle 'em over anything you say and WAMMO! You’ve got yourself a spicy sentence sandwich. SpongeBob: Oh I get it. Let me try. Hey Patrick, lovely dolphin chirp day today. Patrick: Why, yes, Spongebob. This dolphin chirp day is particularly dolphin chirp lovely. SpongeBob:dolphin chirp! Patrick:dolphin chirp! SpongeBob: You’re right, Patrick! My lips are tingling from the spiciness of this conversation.
Mr. Krabs: There 13 bad words you should never use. Squidward: Don’t you mean there’re only seven? Mr. Krabs: Not if you’re a sailor, arr arr arr! SpongeBob: Wow, 13 Patrick: That’s a lot of dolphin chirp bad words.
SpongeBob: Attention, customers. Today’s special is a dolphin chirp Krabby Patty served in a greasy dolphin chirp sauce and grilled to dolphin chirp perfection! And don’t forget to ask us to dolphin chirp the dolphin chirp fries! It’ll be our dolphin chirp pleasure! Hi, Squidward! How the dolphin chirp are ya?
National Free Balloon Day episode, Patrick and Spongebob on the lam for “stealing” a balloon that subsequently pops and they cannot replace it:
Patrick: “I wish we had something to eat, though”
Spongebob: “Look what I’ve got!” (holds up two chocolate bars)
Spongebob: “Not just any rectangles, Patrick. Candy Bars! Now all we have to do is make them last the rest of our lives!”
I recently posted a video on my FB wall that was this scene in its entirety. It exemplifies what teaching is like on some days. Seriously…“First, get a jar…Patrick, that’s a pickle.” “Yes.” OMG…seriously, that is my job.
I often quote SpongeBob in my classroom. One particular episode, Patrick and SpongeBob get lost and fear they may starve to death. Excited, SB pulls a candy bar out of his pocket.
SB: “Patrick, look what I have!”
ETAFoieGrasIsEvil–I somehow missed your quoting this. But it’s a good 'un to repeat!
I mimic Patrick’s pronunciation of “rectangles” pretty much every time I use the word in my classroom.
In another episode, Patrick gets lost after a visit to Gloveworld. Everyone in the area he finds himself lost in speaks with a raspberry about every fifth word.
“I’m sorry,” <pppbbbbttt> “I don’t understand your accent.” <pbbbtbtttbbbtbtttt>
Hubby and I quote that ALL the time.
Annnnd more recently in one of my favorite episodes ever (where Squidword has to make a marching bad–featuring SB’s “Sweet Victory” song), there are a few goodies.
Squidword: “You know how people talk really loud to try and make themselves sound smart?”
Squidword: “Have any of you played an instrument before?”
Plankton: “Do instruments of torture count?”
Patrick: “Is Mayonnaise an instrument?”
Patrick raises his hand again.
Squidword: “Horseradish is not an instrument either.”
Patrick’s hand comes down.
Spongebob: “This is not your average, everyday darkness. This is… ADVANCED darkness.”
Mrs. Puff: “I’ll have to leave town, start a new boating school under a new name. NO! Not again…”
SpongeBob: “But it doesn’t make any sense. The Krabby Patty is an absolute good. Nobody is immune to its tasty charms.”
Mr Krabs: “Button down the hatches, Mr Squidward! (thrown up again) We’re taking on water, Mr Squidward! (thrown up again) I want my mommy, Mr Squidward!”
From the Fry Cook Games episode, with my favorite line bolded:
Fish Head: “For his dive, Spongebob will be attempting a full banana fudge pop with two sticks.”
(SpongeBob holds up two popsicle sticks and sticks them into the top of his head))
Fish Head: “And now, absolute silence.”
(The crowd stops chattering.)
(SpongeBob jumps off the diving board.)
SpongeBob: “I scream for ice cream!”
(SpongeBob flips around a couple times, then leaps toward the bowl. He lands in the chocolate syrup getting coated in it, then hops out of it and into a sandbox full of toasted almonds.)
Fish Head: "Perfect entry! And toasted almonds? That’s unexpected."
(SpongeBob lands in the circle.)
Fish Head: “He stuck it!”
(SpongeBob turns around toward the camera and grins.)
Fish Head: “And just look at that even coating.”
(SpongeBob walks upside-down past Patrick, using the popsicle sticks for legs.)