Two episodes of SpongeBob SquarePants have been remove from streaming service Paramount+ due to “inappropriate” storylines.
Both episodes, one detailing a “panty raid” at a woman’s house.
And the other an eerily prophetic story of a flu outbreak and resultant period of quarantine.
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Two episodes of the wildly popular cartoon series “SpongeBob SquarePants” have been pulled for having what some are saying is controversial content.
Due to the current coronavirus pandemic and the quarantine that many experienced.
Nickelodeon has pulled two SpongeBob SquarePants episodes from its streaming rotation due to concerns over inappropriate storylines. Created by marine biology educator Stephen Hillenburg.
A wildly popular series, SpongeBob SquarePants follows the titular protagonist, an affable sea sponge, as he resides in the underwater city of Bikini Bottom with his co-workers and friends.
It initially garnere broad viewership on its Saturday morning television spot,
While Nickelodeon did not confirm which story elements of “Mid-Life Crustacean” were inappropriate.
the series maintains a passionate older fanbase, including those who grew up with the series and now tune.
imprisoning those suspected of having the virus in the walk-in freezer.
Considering the fact that SpongeBob SquarePants is specifically geared toward children, it is understandable that Nickelodeon would be hesitant to keep these episodes in their digital rotation.