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Season One
Jellyfish Jam
Storyboard Director: Ennio Torresan Jr.
Storyboard Artist: Erik Wiese
Writers: Chuck Klein, Ennio Torresan Jr., Erik Wiese, and Peter Burns
Animation Director: Fred Miller
Creative Director: Derek Drymon
Plot Summary
After SpongeBob captures a jellyfish in Jellyfish Fields, the jellyfish doesn't want SpongeBob to go away. So, SpongeBob brings a jellyfish home as a pet and shows Squidward, who isn't impressed. Now, it's party time in SpongeBob's pineapple when the jellyfish and SpongeBob break it down with music so loud, that even Squidward tries to be even louder. When it's bedtime, the jellyfish sneaks out and invites all the other jellyfish into SpongeBob's house and turn on the music to party. SpongeBob awakens and checks out the noise. When he notices all the other jellyfish, he tries to get them out but nothing works, not even Squidward's music. But Gary has the answer! Gary's eyes clashing together making a musical beat is the answer to having the jellyfish stay calm. After SpongeBob notices this, he carries Gary back to Jellyfish Fields with a musical song on the way. As the jellyfish follow and float back into the fields, SpongeBob and Gary run back to the pineapple where they are finally safe from the jellyfish.

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