Top 10 Patrick Star Moments
VOICE OVER: Rebecca Brayton
Written by Alex Crilly-Mckean
There's stupidity, and then there's Patrick. Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 Patrick Star moments.
For this list, we'll be looking at the funniest and most iconic moments involving SpongeBob SquarePants' best friend.
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There’s stupidity, and then there’s Patrick. Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we’re counting down our picks for the top 10 Patrick Star moments.
For this list, we’ll be looking at the funniest and most iconic moments involving SpongeBob SquarePants’ best friend.
#10: It’s Not My Wallet
Granted, it was probably a bad idea from the beginning to include Patrick in any scenario that involves teaching someone to be good, because the starfish’s ignorance has been known to irritate even the most patient of people. So you can imagine why a super-villain like Man Ray was pushed over the edge. While SpongeBob tries to show the evildoer how to be nice, he asks Patrick to take part in a little roleplaying where Man Ray tries to return his dropped wallet. Let’s just say it doesn’t go so well.
“Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy III”
#9: Not Until Four
You can always count on Patrick to blurt out the most nonsensical things even in times of crisis. When a sandboarding accident causes SpongeBob to be sent plummeting towards the ground, Sandy yells out instructions on how to minimize the damage. Patrick chimes in, and what comes out of his mouth is not very helpful. We do learn, however, that he does have something of a schedule for his stupidity, as he’s got to go and be an idiot somewhere at four. Wonder how that turned out?
“I Had an Accident”
#8: Where’s the Leak Ma’am?
Patrick really got the short end of the stick when SpongeBob’s crudely drawn, evil doppelganger came to life and started wreaking all kinds of havoc. Not that we particularly mind since every time he gets hurt in this episode is rather hilarious. One such example is when SpongeBob and Patrick are stuck down a hole of DoodleBob’s making. Obviously thinking that it wasn’t enough, he decides to drop a doodle wrench on Patrick’s head. From the impact, we can only guess that it’s just as heavy as a real one.
#7: Push It Somewhere Else
In the wake of a giant worm attack, the citizens of Bikini Bottom fear for their lives. While thinking up solutions, Patrick comes up with the initially rejected plan of pushing the entire city to a different location. As it turns out, while the residents seem to have faith in SpongeBob and Sandy’s ability to catch the worm, they immediately fall back on Patrick’s plan. This turns out to be a good idea with a poor execution, as by the end of the episode, Bikini Bottom winds up getting crushed under said worm. A for effort, though!
“Sandy, SpongeBob, and the Worm”
Is Wumbo even a word? Patrick seems to think so. After accidentally shrinking Squidward with Mermaid Man’s stolen utility belt, SpongeBob seeks Patrick’s advice on how to fix the problem. His solution is turning the M insignia upside down into a W, essentially turning it from Mini to Wumbo. In fact, Patrick seems to be an expert on the subject, what with his excessive knowledge on Wumbology. As it happens, his argument falls to pieces when he too is shrunk down to minuscule size. So much for Wumbo…
“Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy IV”
DoodleBob strikes again, literally, as this time he’s armed with a bowling ball. As SpongeBob and Patrick try to figure a way out of the hole after recovering from the wrench to the head, Doodle manages to literally splatter Patrick into several pins with just a single throw. We’re guessing that it must have hurt because when SpongeBob asks if he’s okay, he responds like this. Either Patrick has quite the concussion or he was hit so hard that he actually ended up in said Nordic country.
#4: Inner Machinations
Patrick, and his antics surrounding the mysterious box that seemed to cause him an endless amount of joy, made for one of the funniest episodes of this series, mainly due to both SpongeBob and the audience’s growing desire to see what exactly he was hiding in there. Patrick doesn’t make it easy, though, even lecturing his friend that he couldn’t comprehend what’s inside, since his innermost thoughts are far too complex for your average undersea folk. This is perfectly encapsulated with the visual representation of a carton of spilled milk. Yeah, that’s Patrick alright…
“The Secret Box”
#3: The Ugly Barnacle
Patrick may truly care for his friend deep down, but in terms of offering moral support, he is the last person you should go to. When SpongeBob ends up with horrendously bad breath, civilians start running away from him in order to avoid the smell, but thanks to a few off-hand remarks by Patrick, he starts to believe it’s because he’s ugly. Patrick, being the sensitive soul that he is, tries to cheer him up with a story about an ugly barnacle… except it ends up having the complete opposite effect.
#2: Is Mayonnaise an Instrument?
With Patrick’s IQ being what it is, you can imagine that his knowledge of musical instruments is about as low as everything else. When Squidward gathers the main residents of Bikini Bottom together to form a marching band, he asks if anyone has any previous experience with any kinds of instruments. As it happens, Patrick does indeed have a back catalogue… just as long as you count mayonnaise and horse radish as actual experience. We may never actually get to see him play any condiments, but it can’t be denied he’s a natural drummer.
Before we reveal our number one pick, here are a few honorable mentions.
- We Have Technology
- May I Take Your Hat Sir?
- I Love You
“Chocolate with Nuts”
#1: No, This Is Patrick
Not since Leonidas’ signature war cry has a phrase been uttered with so much conviction that it resonates within the hearts of warriors everywhere. Though in this case, it’s because it’s just plain funny. Taken on board as a staff member at the Krusty Krab, Patrick tries his hand working the phone. However, as customers call in and ask if they’re indeed calling the right establishment, Patrick gives what can only be considered a legendary response. If you didn’t know his name before, you will after this.
“Big Pink Loser”