Have You Seen This Snail?
|"Have You Seen This Snail?"|
|SpongeBob SquarePants episode|
|Directed by||Michael Kim|
|Based on||SpongeBob SquarePants|
by Stephen Hillenburg
|Presented by||Larry LeFrancis|
|Produced by||Michael Kim|
|Cinematography by||Rosa Tran|
|Editing by||Tom Sheppard|
|Original air dates||November 11, 2005DVD) (|
March 26, 2006 (Television)
|Running time||22 minutes|
"Have You Seen This Snail?" is 2005 animated drama crime musical direct-to-video film is the based on the series SpongeBob SquarePants is created by Stephen Hillenburg. It was released on November 11, 2005. The movie special guest starred Amy Poehler as a granny in the movie.
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SpongeBob gets a paddle ball from the mail and plays with it. He plays with the paddle ball so much that he forgets to feed his pet Gary. Gary decides to run away from home. SpongeBob wakes up from the paddle ball when Patrick comes into his house. SpongeBob can not find Gary is his home and later finds a note from Gary that says he is finding a new owner. Later, Gary enters a new city and gets found by a gang of snails. A nice old lady finds Gary and takes him to her house, thinking that he is her pet Miss Tuftsy. At the Krusty Krab, SpongeBob is sad at work because Gary is missing. Mr. Krabs tells him that problems can be solved with hard work. SpongeBob thinks he is talking about Gary, so SpongeBob and Patrick put posters around the town in hopes of finding Gary.
The old lady feeds Gary a lot. She puts down posters given to her by Patrick. Gary reads them and finds out that SpongeBob really does love him. Gary tries to leave, but he gets trapped in a closet and finds snail shells. He realizes that the old lady is trying to fatten him and eat him. Gary gets out of her house, but the lady chases him down the street. Gary finds one of the gang snails and tricks the lady into thinking the gang snail is Miss Tuftsy. Back home, SpongeBob gives up on finding Gary, but he keeps having memories of him. SpongeBob hears a meow and thinks that he is imagining the meow. He turns around and finds Gary and becomes happy to see Gary again.
Feedback[change | change source]
David Johnson of DVD Verdict said the "disc [based off of the episode] will most definitely sell itself." Paul Mavis of DVD Talk talks about the scene where Gary has to escape the old lady's house and said "it's both funny and rather touching."