SpongeBob and the Clash of Triton

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How well do you know about this SpongeBob episode? Take this quiz and find out!

  • 1
    How old is King Neptune on his birthday?
  • 2
    Who is King Neptune's wife?
  • 3
    What did SpongeBob say when he held his spatula above his head?
    "A party for a king!"
    "I have the capability!"
    "For King Neptune!"
  • 4
    What is the name of King Neptune's son?
  • 5
    Mentioning Triton's name was whose fault?
  • 6
    How did Neptune tell the story of Triton's childhood?
    By showing a movie he made about it
    By simply telling it
    By singing a song about it
  • 7
    What did Triton call baseball?
    Hit the Ball Game
    Ball and Bat Game
    Ball and Stick Game
  • 8
    What did Triton make that made Neptune mad at him?
    An autograph on the street
    A cure for mortal diseases
    A krabby patty minion
  • 9
    Where did Neptune lock Triton away?
    In the Island in the Sky
    In Bikini Bottom
    At the back of Atlantis
  • 10
    How did Patrick unlock the cage Triton was in?
    He removed the stickers on the lock and put them where they're supposed to go.
    He asked Sandy to karate chop it.
    He undid the lock.
  • 11
    Who played the voice of Queen Amphitrite?
    Lori Alan
    Carolyn Lawrence
    Victoria Beckham
  • 12
    How did Triton get to his dad's party?
    He drove a car.
    He took the bus.
    He swam.
  • 13
    What did Triton do to everyone inside the Krusty Krab?
    He shrunk them.
    He locked them in a cage.
  • 14
    What happened to Triton after his dad was freed by SpongeBob and Patrick (Well, mostly Patrick)?
    His dad was happy that he used his powers (finally!), and he went home with him and his mom.
    He was sent back to the cage.
    He swam away and never returned.
  • 15
    What was the only thing Triton did all day when he was in the cage?
    Trimming his fingernails
    Crying in great sorrow

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