|Tea at the Treedome|
|Storyboard Director: Paul Tibbitt|
Storyboard Artist: Mark O'Hare
Written by: Peter Burns, Mr. Lawrence, and Paul Tibbitt
Animation Director: Edgar Larrazabal
Creative Director: Derek Drymon
|When SpongeBob is playing in Jellyfish Fields, he hears a noise in the distance. He leans over the cliff, and sees a squirrel fighting a giant clam. SpongeBob wants
to rescue the squirrel from certain defeat and so he charges the giant clam, karate-style. As he is trying to open the clam's mouth, he really thinks he is strong enough to handle it, but it's really
the squirrel that is opening it. When the squirrel defeats the giant clam, they both introduce themselves as SpongeBob and Sandy. Sandy invites SpongeBob to her treedome for some tea. When SpongeBob
arrives, he can't breathe very well because the treedome is full of air. SpongeBob is in desperate need of water and uses the bird bath to soak some up. Patrick tells SpongeBob to raise his pinky to
be fancy in situations like this. Patrick enters the treedome to pal along with SpongeBob but he, too, suffers the 'air' that SpongeBob did and grows tired quickly. As Sandy returns from getting
cookies and tea, she notices SpongeBob and Patrick is a real starfish and a real sponge. Later, she fills two bowls with water and gives them both some tea.|
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