During its third season, SpongeBob SquarePants passed Rugrats and earned the title of being the highest rated children's show on cable, with a 6.7 rating and 2.2 million kids 2 to 11 in the second quarter of 2002, up 22% over 2001. Forbes called the show "a $1 billion honeypot," and said the show is "almost single-handedly responsible for making Viacom's Nickelodeon the most-watched cable channel during the day and the second most popular during prime time." It was also reported that of the 50 million viewers who watch it every month, 20 million are adults.
"Nasty Patty": A health inspector comes to the Krusty Krab unannounced. Mr. Krabs and SpongeBob have to give one of everything on the menu to the inspector so they can pass the inspection. After hearing a news report of a stranger passing himself off as a health inspector to obtain free food, Mr. Krabs believes that the inspector at the restaurant is the impostor. Mr. Krabs and SpongeBob formulate a "nasty patty" for the inspector and serve it to him. As SpongeBob and Mr. Krabs watch him suffer from the kitchen, another report comes and reveals that he is not the impostor. They believe that the patty killed him, and begin to panic. Mr. Krabs and SpongeBob decide to take the body and bury it, as two police officers investigate.
"Krab Borg": SpongeBob stays late one night to watch a horror film, where robots take over the world. He becomes paranoid after the film and, at work, he thinks Mr. Krabs is actually a robot. He convinces Squidward to help him, and they soon think that robots really have taken over the world.
Robert was a hardworking husband, father and grandfather. He enjoyed hunting, fishing and especially watching the campfire. He also enjoyed watching the History Channel, nature films and ghost stories. Robert was a Steelers fan and loved his dogs but his greatest joy was spoiling his grandchildren. He is survived by his wife, Betty (Stull) Sanders; one son, Douglas Stull Sr. and companion Buffie Riddle of Clarksburg; four daughters, Lisa Clark and companion Justin Pierce of Kingwood, Crystal Sanders of Masontown, Amber Nelson of Tunnelton and Melanie Shoemaker and husband Justin of Bretz; six grandchildren, Emily, Douglas Jr., Bobbie Sue, Antonio, DJ and Gracie; three brothers, Donald Cress and wife Diane of Morgantown, Richard Sanders and wife Pat of Reedsville and Tim Sanders and wife Kathy of Bretz; and one sister, Carlin Richards of Bretz.
Jack served his country in the US Army in Germany during the Cold War. He was a well-known roofer and worked for several contractors. He loved to read, watch old movies, work puzzles, watch Mountaineer Football and was an avid Pittsburgh Pirates fan.
A visitation will be held on Friday, February 12, 2021 from 4 to 8 p.m. at Hultgren Funeral Home, 304 North Main Street, Wheaton. A private Funeral Mass will be held on Saturday, February 13, 2021. Family and friends are welcome to watch the Funeral Mass via livestream at 10:30 a.m. by clicking here: Jennifer Mulcahey service. Interment will take place at Assumption Cemetery in Wheaton, Illinois. 041b061a72