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SpongeBob SquarePants Character Analysis

A character analysis of SpongeBob SquarePants.

Christian C.

on 8 September 2012

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Transcript of SpongeBob SquarePants Character Analysis

by Christian Carbo SpongeBob SquarePants Character Analysis SpongeBob is an icon of optimism and naïveté.

He’s perpetually upbeat and he looks for the positive in everything. However, there is a flip side to this.

Naïveté brings immaturity and inexperience along.

Despite being an adult, SpongeBob is childish in a couple of ways. He doesn’t know how to behave appropriately in certain situations, when to know when someone is taking advantage of him, or how to pick up social cues. SpongeBob is very friendly and sociable.

As a result of this, he’s on good terms with the majority of Bikini Bottom.

SpongeBob isn’t a cruel person. If he realizes that he did wrong, then he would feel remorse. Squidward is a foil to SpongeBob.

Squidward is a gloomy and unhappy character who rarely shows affection for SpongeBob.

Squidward reminds us that such a character is off-putting, which explains why he isn’t the main character of a show named after him.

It also explains why SpongeBob has lasting popularity and Squidward doesn’t. Three words to describe SpongeBob are:

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