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Voyage Of Patrick Star


Release Date
July 11, 2014

Voyage Of Patrick Star is the twenty third of the show and the fifth episode in Season 2 of SpongeToons.


Patrick finds a ship based on the HMS Titanic during a party and sneaks aboard. Someone is trying to destroy the ship and Patrick runs from the party as he misses the explosions and reaches a stairwell that crumbles when you walk on to it. Patrick reaches the top and pushes the villain off a balcony and into the central engines without noticing and that causes the ship to start to fall from the top of the ocean. He uses a jet pack to reach the top and get to the controls as it nearly crashes into SpongeBob's house until Patrick gets the ship upright into the water as it reaches it's destination of Shell City (The SpongeBob SqaurePants Movie), Patrick swims back home to find SpongeBob waiting for him inside to ask why a big ship was heading for his house. The episode ends as Patrick says "Well, I saved the world today and you don't know it!". SpongeBob scratches his head in confusion.


  • This is the ninth fan episode so far and the third fan episode of Season 2.
  • This episode was written by Ghastlyop.
  • This episode was given a 20 minute run time but was not billed as a special.
  • The first draft was very diffirent, more onto this.

SpongeToons Season 2 Episodes
The BeetlesNight Of The SpongePlankton ComputersIn The Snail ParkVoyage of Patrick StarA Less Krusty ThemeA End To A VillainKrusty KriticismSpongeToons Fan MailHoly Mackerel!Malaysia!Merdeka! Part 1/2Merdeka! Part 2/2Thrilla in Manila!Burning Down (cancelled) • Critique CornerChum UtopiaThe Sound Of ChumLast Of The Chum Lords
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