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SPONGEBOB Used to Look Like THIS?!? | WHAT THEY GOT RIGHT

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Spongebob, Patrick, and the rest of the gang looked and acted really different in early versions of the Spongebob character designs!

On WHAT THEY GOT RIGHT, Ruby Jay tells you about all the alternate versions of the characters the artists considered for the show before landing on the crew we saw on the screen.

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Starring Ruby Jay
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Director: Alex Hoffman
Writer: Alex Hoffman
Director of Photography: William Christensen
Camera Operator: Scott Summers
Gaffer: Scott Ray
Edited by Paul Latza
Assistant Editors: Timothy Conroy, Ryan Murphy, Jasper Tatem
Post Supervisor: Drew Hamilton
Production Coordinators: Allyson Kloster and Leal Naim
Line Producer: Jeremy Chilvers
Executive Producer: Judy Meyers
Production Designer: Dan Fox
Set Decorator: Bridget Keene
Photo Editing: Amanda Roth
Set PA: Lynly Ehrlich
Sound Mixer: Hansel Gonzalez
Studio Teacher: Pam Walls

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