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List of SpongeBob SquarePants episodes

SpongeBob SquarePantsis ananimatedtelevision series broadcast on Nickelodeon, an American cable network. The series premiered on May 1, 1999 and is currently in its seventh season.

As of February 12, 2011, a total of 291 individual episodes have aired, with a total of 151 shows. The episodes air in half-hour time blocks in which each half-hour airing consists of either two eleven-minute shorts, a triad of seven-minute shorts, or a twenty-two minute special. In a rare case, a forty-five minute television movie will take up a one-hour time block.

A feature film, The SpongeBob SquarePants Moviecomplements the series, and premiered in theaters in theUnited States on November 19, 2004. In season five, the series' first television film, Atlantis SquarePantis, premiered on November 12, 2007 after atelevision marathon. Six seasons are available on DVD.

Episodes

Season 1: 1999–2000

The first season of SpongeBob SquarePants premiered on May 1, 1999. The season ended on April 8, 2000. The DVD for the season was released in Regions 1, 2, and 4 on October 28, 2003, November 7, 2005, and November 30, 2006, respectively. The pilot episode, "Help Wanted" was not included on the season one DVD. However, this episode was included as a bonus feature on the season three DVD. 41 episodes were produced this season.

Season 2: 2000–2003

The second season of SpongeBob SquarePants premiered on October 26, 2000, with the episodes "Something Smells" and "Bossy Boots". The season ended on July 26, 2003 with "Gary Takes a Bath". The DVD for the season was released in Regions 1, 2, and 4 on October 19, 2004, October 23, 2006, and November 30, 2006, respectively. 39 episodes were produced this season.

Season 3: 2001–2004

The third season of SpongeBob SquarePants premiered on October 5, 2001, with the episodes "The Bully" and "Just One Bite". The season ended on October 11, 2004 with "SpongeBob Meets the Strangler" and "Pranks a Lot". The DVD for the season was released in Regions 1, 4 and 2 on September 27, 2005, November 8, 2007 and December 3, 2007 respectively. Following the season three finale, the series entered a hiatus that would last for over six months. During the hiatus, The SpongeBob SquarePants Moviewas released to cinemas. 37 episodes were produced this season.

Season 4: 2005–2007

The fourth season of SpongeBob SquarePants premiered on May 6, 2005, with the episodes "Fear of a Krabby Patty" and "Shell of a Man". The season ended on July 24, 2007 with "Squid Wood". Unlike the previous seasons, season four was released in two volume DVDs. The volume one DVD was released in Region 1 on September 12, 2006. The volume two DVD was released in Region 1 on January 9, 2007. The Season set was released its entirety in Region 2 on November 3, 2008. 38 episodes were produced this season.

Season 5: 2007–2009

The fifth season of SpongeBob SquarePants premiered on February 19, 2007, with the episodes "Rise and Shine", "Waiting", and "Sing a Song of Patrick". The season ended on July 19, 2009 with the airing of "Goo Goo Gas". As in season four, the season DVDs were split into two volumes. The volume one DVD was released in Region 1 on September 4, 2007 while the second was released on November 18, 2008. 41 episodes were produced this season.

Season 6: 2008–2010

The sixth season of SpongeBob SquarePants premiered on March 3, 2008, with the episode "Krabby Road". The season ended on July 5, 2010 with "The Clash of Triton". The volume one DVD was released in Region 1 on December 8, 2009. The volume two DVD was released in Region 1 on December 7, 2010. 47 episodes were produced this season.

Season 7: 2009–2011

The seventh season of SpongeBob SquarePants was announced in March 2008. The season premiered on July 19, 2009 with the airings of "Tentacle-Vision", "I ♥ Dancing", "Growth Spout", "Stuck in the Wringer", "Someone's in the Kitchen with Sandy", and "The Inside Job". On January 28-29, 2011, Nickelodeon aired five individual episodes branded as "Legends of Bikini Bottom," which are listed with an asterisk (*). So far, 48 out of 50 episodes have aired this season, including the two double-length specials.

Season 8: 2011

In December 2009, Nickelodeon ordered enough episodes to bring the series up to 178 episodes. Previously, when season seven was announced in March of 2008, the number of episodes was brought up to 152 episodes. Season 8 will consist of episodes 153-178. It will pass Rugrats, which had 172 episodes and be Nickelodeon's longest running cartoon.

Season 9: 2012

On Monday January 3, 2011, Nickelodeon ordered 26 episodes for a ninth season, which is confirmed to begin airing in 2012. It will bring the number of episodes up to 204 and will pass the 200-episode milestone. Season 9 will consist of episodes 179-204. SpongeBob SquarePants will become the first and only Nicktoon to reach a 200-episode milestone.



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Question:true or false and why?? 2. When listed from simple to complex, echinoderms are the first animals to have an endoskeleton. true or false and why?? 3. Most animals reproduce asexually. true or false and why?? 4. Sponges have well-defined tissues. true or false and why?? 5. The bodies of sponges completely lack symmetry true or false and why?? Thanks!!!

Answers:1. A pseudocoelom is a body cavity located between the endoderm and the mesoderm? True: It is a body cavity between the mesoderm and endoderm. It has fluid and separates the outer body wall from the digestive tract. 2. When listed from simple to complex, echinoderms are the first animals to have an endoskeleton. False: From simple to complex, poriferans (sponges) are the first animals to have an endoskeleton - their endoskeleton is composed of calcium carbonate. 3. Most animals reproduce asexually. False: Most animals reproduce with the use of gametes, like spermatozoa and ova. 4. Sponges have well-defined tissues. False: Sponges have masses of cells which are NOT organized into definite tissues. 5. The bodies of sponges completely lack symmetry True: They do not possess any degree of symmetry. Some experts like to think they exhibit radial symmetry, but most still disagree.

Question:Knowing what I do about cavities, they don't actually open a person up and check all the thoracic and abdominal cavities do they?

Answers:In a lot of states, only a medical professional can do an actual cavity search, which means they physically go into the body cavity, anus or vagina. They will put on rubber gloves and use Vaseline or K. Y. jelly, lube their fingers up and go in search for any contraband. Now if you're talking about a strip search, that is different. I'm a former correctional officer in a men's prison and when we did a body/strip search we start off by having of the inmates totally stripped naked, open their mouth, lifting their tongues up, moving them around, pulling up their cheeks and lips to show their gums. They would then hold the arms up and out and sometimes officers, wearing gloves would run their hands on the arms and under arm area as well as possibly run their hands through in inmates hair on the head. If an inmate was overweight and had flabs of fat, we would ask them to lift up their fat to see the things hidden underneath it. They would then be required to lift up their penis and testicles and men will be required to turn around and bend over and at that point, they would spread their legs, spread their butt cheeks apart and would be told to forcefully cough two or three times fairly hard. This usually loosens up with anything that may be in their anal cavity and cause it possibly to dislodge. They would then have to show the soles of their feet and spread their toes apart. But, there is nothing more gross to see a severely overweight guy with a lot of flab on him have to lift up his fat rolls and show there's nothing hidden underneath it. Also nothing more gross than having an inmate spread his butt cheeks and see the crack all filled with toilet paper! Hope that answered your question!

Question:Choose one answer. a. The coelomates possess a body cavity that is lined on both sides with mesoderm. b. An example of a pseudocoelomate is a flatworm. c. The acoelomates do not have a body cavity. d. An example of a coelomate is an earthworm.

Answers:b. An example of a pseudocoelomate is a flatworm. Flatworms are actually acoelomates.

Question:Which was one of the first animals to develop a true body cavity? cnidarians flatworms mollusks sponges thanks so much !!:)

Answers:A coelem is another word for a body cavity Cnidarians don't have a coelem flatworms don't have a coelem Sponges don't have a coelem. Therefore, by process of elimination, mollusks mush have been to first to develop a true body cavity.

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It All Starts With Tiny Cavity, It Is A Whole Body Disease, :It All Starts With Tiny Cavity, It is a Whole Body Disease, Not a Local one. - By Dr. George Meinig, DDS. To prevent the need for root canal treatments, one must remember that every case needing a root fill, other than those involving injury, started with a tiny bit of tooth decay.. Why do some people's teeth decay and some do not? That question was central to Dr. Price's enquiry.. Those feelings led him to conduct thousands of blood and saliva experiments on humans and animals, which brought forth many insights into the reasons teeth become carious. Unfortunately, much of this data was buried right along with his root infection discoveries because of disputes over the focal infection theory.. The two main discoveries regarding the causes of tooth decay were (1) the changing of the acid-base balance of the saliva from its normal alkaline status to one of acidity, and (2) the lowering of the ionic calcium levels in both the blood and the saliva.. Since Dr. Price's time, these two factors were rediscovered by Harold Hawkins, DDS, Melvin Page, DDS, Emanuel Cheraskin, MD, DMD, and others.. Acidity of the saliva and lower calcium values resulting from the ingestion of white flour products, sugar, refined grain, and related products is still not fully understood by the average dentist.. Unfortunately, the dental and medical professions, in pushing the use of flourine in the prevention of caries, have failed to see that the process of tooth decay is a systemic, whole-body ...