SpongeBob SquarePants and the Seven Deadly Sins. December 6, 2016 by Duncan Stewart Leave a Comment. We tend to think of children’s television as safe a place for our kids, a bastion of innocence in a sometimes scary world. And what could be sweeter than a neon-yellow anthropomorphic sponge? So it might surprise you to learn that many people believe the characters of SpongeBob SquarePants.
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The Deadly Sins of SpongeBob? (Updated: A lot of information has come out about Stephen Hillenburg's creation of SpongeBob, so this post now reflects what has been revealed. I admit I was wrong in my initial theory, as the character of Gary didn't exist early in production.) When Stephen Hillenburg first created SpongeBob SquarePants, he had five undersea characters in mind: SpongeBob the sea.
Mysterious Ramblings: 7 Deadly Sins of SpongeBob SquarePants. January 15, 2016 January 5, 2016 - Mysterious Ramblings. Bet you’ll never watch an episode of SpongeBob Squarepants the same way after reading this article (courtesy of OMG Facts on Facebook): Each of the main characters in SpongeBob Squarepants was inspired by one of the seven deadly sins. This surprising revelation was made in.
He created an excuse, and based his so-called 'revenge' on the seven deadly sins. The night of his wife's anniversary, he gave his daughter a shot of steroids, which gave her the heart condition. He killed every woman who flirted with him for one year, making their deaths look like suicides. The second year, he stuffed his daughter full of food, making her eat the largest portions. He became.
The seven main characters on SpongeBob SquarePants were supposedly based on the seven deadly sins: Sloth: Patrick Wrath: Squidward Greed: Mr. Krabs Envy: Plankton Gluttony: Gary Pride: Sandy Lust: SpongeBob. That’s right, a talking sponge that wears pants represents lust.
I have been a fan of SpongeBob SquarePants for years and I think that the depth of the characters is one of the things that really makes this show work. Ever since I heard Mr. Lawrence say (in an audio commentary on the Season 1 DVDs) that Stephen Hillenburg based the 7 main characters on the 7 Deadly Sins, I couldn't help but be very fascinated.
I have been a fan of SpongeBob SquarePants for years and think that the depth of the characters is one of the things that really makes this show work. Ever since I heard Mr. Lawrence say (in an audio commentary on the Season 1 DVDs) that Stephen Hillenburg based the 7 main characters on the 7 Deadly Sins, I couldn't help but be very fascinated. I think I've figured out which character is each.