4 episodes

Take a deep dive down to Bikini Bottom with this official SpongeBob SquarePants companion podcast from Nickelodeon. Hosts Frankie Grande (Henry Danger) and Hector Navarro (Nickelodeon Animation Podcast) love SpongeBob SquarePants. That's why they've decided to rewatch the entire series, starting all the way back to the iconic first episode. Each week, Frankie and Hector have hilarious conversations, and interview special guests from voice actors to veteran artists, uncovering behind-the-scenes secrets about everyone’s favorite sea sponge. SpongeBob BingePants is a weekly celebration of all things absorbent and yellow and porous!

SpongeBob BingePants Nickelodeon and iHeartRadio

    • TV & Film
    • 4.3 • 124 Ratings

Take a deep dive down to Bikini Bottom with this official SpongeBob SquarePants companion podcast from Nickelodeon. Hosts Frankie Grande (Henry Danger) and Hector Navarro (Nickelodeon Animation Podcast) love SpongeBob SquarePants. That's why they've decided to rewatch the entire series, starting all the way back to the iconic first episode. Each week, Frankie and Hector have hilarious conversations, and interview special guests from voice actors to veteran artists, uncovering behind-the-scenes secrets about everyone’s favorite sea sponge. SpongeBob BingePants is a weekly celebration of all things absorbent and yellow and porous!

    Building Bikini Bottom With Kenny Pittenger

    Building Bikini Bottom With Kenny Pittenger

    Hear from the artist who designed the foundations of the SpongeBob Universe. Kenny Pittenger sits down with Frankie and Hector to discuss the early days of Nickelodeon Animation and what inspired the design of Bikini Bottom. Then Kenny unpacks what it’s like to bring us into the next generation of all things SpongeBob with his recent work as a storyboard director on Kamp Koral and The Patrick Star Show.
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    • 56 min
    A Sponge is Born

    A Sponge is Born

    Hosts Frankie Grande and Hector Navarro discuss why they are the perfect captains to explore every nautical curiosity our sponge-like minds can imagine. They also begin to venture into the origin story of SpongeBob itself, like how creator Stephen Hillenburg connected his love for marine biology and animation, and why the titular character could not be named “Spongeboy”. Then, our captains prepare for all the questions they’re most excited to ask throughout the course of this deep-dive podcast.
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    • 40 min
    Help Wanted / Reef Blowers / Tea at the Treedome

    Help Wanted / Reef Blowers / Tea at the Treedome

    In 1999, SpongeBob SquarePants was introduced to the world. Frankie and Hector rewatch the pilot episode and discuss everything from their favorite funny moments to how delicious those Krabby Patties really look. By the end of this conversation, Hector and Frankie are left with even more excitement and questions that only they can uncover as we continue to dive deeper down into Bikini Bottom.
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    • 41 min
    Introducing SpongeBob BingePants

    Introducing SpongeBob BingePants

    Join Frankie Grande and Hector Navarro as they rewatch the entire SpongeBob SquarePants series. Along the way they’ll be joined by special guests, from voice actors to veteran artists, uncovering behind-the-scenes secrets about everyone’s favorite sea sponge. Hear new episodes of this official SpongeBob SquarePants companion podcast from Nickelodeon every Thursday. 
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    • 1 min

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
124 Ratings

124 Ratings

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Ye ol Spongie Bob is the apple pie!

BJolly25 ,

A beloved childhood show misconstrued done violence by the woke movement

SpongeBob has endured because it was funny. It has endured because it was goofy, silly, and incredible quotable.

If you wanted a fun podcast about a fun show this isn’t it. Like everything else in our culture, Spongebob will need to be metaphorically torn down and rebuilt by the woke.

This attempt by Nichalodean to try to walk back why an effeminate sponge was funny to kids 20 years ago is pathetic. From the first pilot, was SpongeBob working out by lifting teddy bears because they were “pushing gender stereotypes” or because that is funny? The hosts of the show will tell you it’s the former. Anybody back then will tell you that it’s FUNNY. And anybody today who tells you it’s not needs to lighten up.

Oh, don’t forget that SpongeBob takes place in an underwater world because we need the next generation to care about ecology, even though the hosts have no primary sources to back up such a claim. Much of this podcast is going to be trying to justify things in the past that don’t need to be justified. Give it a listen yourself

The Greek God Poseiden Himself ,

To krabby patty or to not krabby patty?

This and more of our essential questions of life, finally asked and answered. If you like Hamlet, Socrates, Renaissance art, or high ceiling foyers with chandeliers, you’ll love this podcast.

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