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It's a SpongeBob Christmas! premieres on Nickelodeon Dec. 6 at 8 p.m. ET/PT
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    Episode Description : It’s a SpongeBob Christmas! ~ Plankton turns everybody in Bikini Bottom from nice to naughty by feeding them his special jerktonium-laced fruitcakes all in an effort to get his Christmas wish—the Krabby Patty secret formula.

    It’s a SpongeBob Christmas! is the first full-length, stop-motion animated episode of SpongeBob SquarePants. That means that in this episode, rather than using traditional, 2D animation that is drawn, colored and animated, the production team used 3D models of the characters and locations, snapping a shot every time they move a millimeter; then all of those snapshots are strung together to make it appear as if action is taking place. (Picture what kids used to do with their Super 8 cameras and action figures.) The result is a life-like and textured representation of Bikini Bottom and its inhabitants. (Perhaps the animators enjoyed the taste of stop-motion animation they got when working on the Abominable Snow Mollusk in 2011’s “Frozen Face-Off” and wanted more.)

  • It’s a SpongeBob Christmas! is the first full-length, stop-motion animated episode of SpongeBob SquarePants. That means that in this episode, rather than using traditional, 2D animation that is drawn, colored and animated, the production team used 3D models of the characters and locations, snapping a shot every time they move a millimeter; then all of those snapshots are strung together to make it appear as if action is taking place. (Picture what kids used to do with their Super 8 cameras and action figures.) The result is a life-like and textured representation of Bikini Bottom and its inhabitants. (Perhaps the animators enjoyed the taste of stop-motion animation they got when working on the Abominable Snow Mollusk in 2011’s “Frozen Face-Off” and wanted more.)

    The special episode received positive reviews from media critics. In his review for the , Robert Lloyd wrote, "I felt I'd been somewhere, watching this. When it ended, I was not ready to leave." David Hinckley of the wrote, "It's enough to make you want to dream of a yellow Christmas." Zack Handlen of called the episode "cute, and goofy and doesn't have a mean bone in its body." Mark Frauenfelder of said that "...they [the animators] perfectly captured the look and feel of those delightful old stop motion specials." Judge Dawn Hunt of called the episode "a sweet holiday treat, punctuated by musical numbers that'll leave you smiling." He added "If you're looking for a new holiday viewing, 'It's a SpongeBob Christmas!' is definitely worthy of consideration." Paul Mavis of applauded the episode but has doubts if it will become the classic that will be watched every season. Director Walsh said that "Hopefully this will become a new tradition."

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    In It’s a SpongeBob Christmas!, SpongeBob and the rest of Bikini Bottom are getting ready for a visit from Santa Claus. While some of the residents are decorating their homes, Plankton is putting the finishing touches on his latest evil invention: fruitcake that turns someone who eats it into a jerk.

SpongeBob SquarePants: It's a SpongeBob Christmas

"It's a SpongeBob Christmas!" is the 23rd episode of the , and the 175th episode overall, of the American animated . It originally aired on in the United States on November 23, 2012, and on on December 6. In the special, tries to convince to transform everybody in Bikini Bottom into jerks by feeding them his special jerktonium-laced in order to get his Christmas wish—the Krabby Patty secret formula.