SpongeBob SquarePants (partially lost deleted scenes of Nickelodeon animated series; 1999-present)
SpongeBob SquarePants is an American animated television series that premiered on May 1st, 1999 on Nickelodeon. The series depicts the adventures of its title character, Spongebob Squarepants, a child-like sponge living in the fictional city of Bikini Bottom.
The series was a massive success and continues to air new episodes to this day, and has generated over 8 billion dollars in revenue for Nickelodeon. However, several scenes and bits have been deleted or edited from episodes, with these scenes becoming obscure over time.
Right after SpongeBob says, "Hey! Mr. Krabs is getting all sweaty again!", there was a deleted scene that shows a vision of Mr. Krabs sitting atop of & sniffing a pile of treasure. Sherm Cohen, a writer/storyboard supervisor, posted a storyboard of the deleted scene on his DeviantArt account, proving that it indeed exists.
As seen in early production material, the infamous Bold and Brash painting was supposed to be more fish-like in terms of its design than what was seen in the final episode.
Status: Existence Unconfirmed
In an earlier version of this episode, SpongeBob hid his walkie-talkie underneath a Santa hat instead of a cowboy hat. This was apparently changed because the staff found a cowboy hat to be funnier.
This episode has three deleted scenes:
- Originally, Squidward (as Santa) gave the first girl a topiary shaped like him instead of a wrench.
- After Santa (Squidward) gave the first girl her present, SpongeBob said: "I told ya he was real!".
- Mr. Krabs originally said, "And don't forget about me, Pony!" while waiting for Santa.
All of these scenes were removed for reasons that so far remain unknown.
In the end credits of this episode, Tom Kenny is credited for providing the voice of Mrs. Puff's dad, despite this character making no appearance in the episode (or in the series as a whole). No details are known as to the contents of the scene featuring this character, other than the fact that the scene was cut after Kenny's dialogue had already been recorded.
Dying for Pie
The storyboard has a scene where SpongeBob is plugging up Squidward's heart during the surgery gag, and SpongeBob introduces Squidward to a random office worker.
In the online rough storyboard, there was a scene with Plankton turning into actual plankton before getting squished. When asked why the scene was cut, Vincent Waller stated it was for time.
Status: Existence Unconfirmed
Patrick was originally supposed to say SpongeBob's drawing was "lower middle class." Still, that line was changed to "lacks basic construction," possibly for it being a very out-of-character thing for Patrick to say.
In the special features of the Sponge Buddies DVD, you can find a storyboard of the episode which features a deleted scene. In the scene, it shows SpongeBob delivering mail to "Floorboard Harry." Also, Floorboard Harry was originally the one flickering the lights, not Nosferatu.
An early animatic/workprint of Nasty Patty was found on a SpongeBob production CD at a thrift store by LMW user "milk tea" and his friend. It contains a completely different opening and ending as well as a deleted gag implying SpongeBob put the "Nasty Patty" down his pants, complete with scratch voices.
Status: Partially Found (original pilot), Found (original storyboard)
The original 1997 version had a different opening and credits; this cut can be found online and on the Best of Nicktoons 1998 VHS. Additionally, the 2007 book Not Just Cartoons! Nicktoons! contains a screenshot of a deleted storyboard where Gary eats some cactus.
The original audio where the titular character is called "SpongeBoy" is currently lost, and initially, a few storyboard panels are available but in late August 2022, the entire storyboard is leaked online, only for it to get taken down by Nick. Fortunately, some people already saved it in their files before it got taken down and it's possible backups of it may be still circulated online.
I Was a Teenage Gary
This episode was notorious for scaring children because of the scene that shows SpongeBob's seemingly painful and grotesque transformation into a snail. For years, there were rumours that in the original airing, there was an extra scene that depicted Squidward's transformation as well but was cut in re-runs due to either being too scary to children or for time reasons.
A common piece of "evidence" for this supposed deleted scene is that there is an odd transition placed when Squidward gets hit with the needle, which immediately cuts to him being a snail. Some say that this is a remnant of the edit, though others disregard this as just poor transition placement. Some also say that the episode still airs in its original version in Poland, but this was later proven to be false, as The Polish airing of this episode was found on a website that hosts Polish dubs of children shows and movies. This website did not include the scene in question. Some people even claimed to have footage of the missing scene.
On June 12th, 2016, YouTuber 90sGiveMeGoosebumps uploaded a video containing proof that this scene is fake. He insists that this is from the original airing, and he also claims to have more SpongeBob Squarepants Season One premieres on VHS tapes.
90sGiveMeGoosebumps has also dumped the whole premiere of "Scaredy Pants"/"I Was A Teenage Gary" onto multiple file-sharing sites. Analysis of footage and dialogue confirmed that it was from the original airing and that the scene was never in the episode, permanently debunking the theory about the scene.
As a further piece of evidence, current showrunner Vincent Waller confirmed that the so-called deleted scene was never drawn in the storyboard of this episode.
An upshot of Squidward's house was made but never used in the episode.
The infamous "MORE!" scene was meant to have more grotesque closeups of Mr. Krabs but was cut. It is unknown if these made it past the storyboard phase.
Just One Bite
There was a cut scene near the end of this episode. During the scene, Squidward is attempting to break into the Krusty Krab. As he walks into the building, he sets off their "security system" (a bucket of gasoline and a lit match), causing a massive explosion and leaving him charred black, and doing it again when he walks into the kitchen. The version that has been shown on TV since January 2nd, 2002 and on home media releases replaced the scenes with a slide/zoom cut to Squidward in the kitchen without any burns. However, there is another edited version that retained the first but not the second gas explosion.
It is commonly assumed that the cut was made because of 9/11. However, this is false as the episode aired a month after the attacks, yet the sequence was still included. Vincent Waller later confirmed the scene was changed because Nickelodeon doesn't tolerate stunts involving igniting the gas. This scene is still intact in Canadian, Korean and Bulgarian airings of this episode, and on the VideoNow and Apple TV Canada versions. It may also have been intact in Latin American airings in 2001. The scene can easily be found on YouTube.
According to the season 1 DVD commentary, this episode originally had a scene that showed Sandy karate-chopping a fish in the groin. This scene was cut for being deemed inappropriate.
It is also noteworthy that this episode, along with the episode "SB-129," was removed from rotation sometime in the early 2000s for unknown reasons, though they have since returned.
The dedication card to Pat Morita (who voiced Master Udon in the episode) at the end was also removed after the Best Day Ever marathon, most likely because of the sudden appearance of Pat Morita's face. The dedication card scene, however, is still seen on YTV, Nickelodeon Asia, DVD, older episode recordings and on YouTube.
Life of Crime
In the storyboards of this episode, the scene of SpongeBob and Patrick imagining all the fun they'll have with the balloon was replaced with them playing a game with it involving numerous sharp objects. This was likely changed due to the juxtaposition of the balloon popping following the former seeming funnier to the writers.
Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy
There was a background painting of a cherry pie made but not used.
Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy II
Status: Partially Found
Storyboard artist Jay Lender shared storyboards of several deleted scenes from Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy II.
The first deleted scene shows SpongeBob's Krabby Patty statues of Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy getting eaten by the judges. According to Jay, Stephen Hillenburg told him that the Krabby Patty statues were a funny enough visual and to "not put a gag on a gag." The host was also an animated background character design instead of the realistic fish head. Numerous pieces of production art of this scene have popped up on eBay and other various websites, implying this scene may have been fully animated before getting cut.
A second deleted scene involved SpongeBob, Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy looking at a dam and SpongeBob pulling out the plug, causing a flood. No production material of this scene has been found, so it may not have been animated.
A third deleted scene had the three stopping a bank robber. Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy try to stop the robber with a water ball but accidentally hit SpongeBob, causing him to absorb the water and crush them. Background of the Bikini Bottom First Nautical Bank was found, meaning this scene could've been animated.
A fourth deleted scene had Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy using their gadgets to close the door of a jewelry store, but SpongeBob accidentally breaks the window. Three background paintings of this scene have been found. Interestingly, the jewelry store would later be used in the season 10 episode "Whirlybrains" as well as the video game SpongeBob SquarePants: Employee of the Month.
Two other backgrounds exist, one clearly meant for the scene where Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy fight their cardboard cutout enemies and an upshot of a tower.
There were two background paintings created for the Krusty Krab's open and closed signs. There was also a shot with the Krusty Krab clock.
According to the Season 1 DVD commentary, there was originally a scene in this episode that depicted Squidward naked but was cut for obvious reasons (even though Squidward is seen naked in other episodes).
According to the Season 2 DVD commentary, during the scene when Sandy is raking leaves, she originally was meant to make the symbol for "Girl Power," but it was changed to "Texas." Sandy also originally did a whole dance routine when she was stepping on the leaves, but it was cut due to time constraints.
This episode also had an alternate ending that was replaced for unknown reasons; instead of SpongeBob laughing when he realized Sandy went into hibernation, he said: "Why I oughta!".
There are three deleted scenes in this episode—these scenes aired in the US until 2005 when they were cut from all other airings afterward. The first scene shows SpongeBob looking out the window and seeing all his friends outside. He sees Patrick rubbing sunscreen on Sandy. The next scene right after that is SpongeBob imagining a live-action car crash. The last scene was him doing callisthenics. These scenes are on the season 2 DVD, the Christmas DVD, and on YouTube; they are also still on Canadian television airings.
It's still unknown why these scenes were removed in US airings. Some say they were cut for time reasons, while others say they were due to their content.
Starting in October 2019, Nickelodeon started airing reruns of the episode which include the deleted scenes on the Nicktoons channel. These versions of the scenes were also upscaled to HD to match the rest of the episode. The intact version of the episode, with all deleted scenes included, is also currently streaming on Paramount+.
According to the Season 2 DVD commentary for this episode, there was originally a scene where SpongeBob says to Patrick, "Go *dolphin noise* yourself" (Go f**k yourself) to which Patrick replies, "*dolphin noise* you too!" (F**k you too!). It was cut for being inappropriate for children, despite the rest of the episode is full of dialogue similar to this. It was possible this was because it was upfront profanity instead of the random nonsensical use of the dolphin noise in the episode (as it might lead one to believe that it sounded too much like the F word).
Additionally, a version of the episode is purported to exist where numerous characters actually swear, with the original audio being mentioned to exist by Tom Kenny and Rodger Bumpass at convention panels.
There was a close-up painting of SpongeBob with his brain exposed created, but it wasn't used in the episode.
A cell using the background of Pearl's room was found on eBay, suggesting there was once a shot of Pearl sleeping in her room.
According to the Season 2 DVD commentary, after SpongeBob and Patrick hugged Squidward and ran away at the end of the episode, Squidward was supposed to say, "Ugly and smelly, two for one," but this was cut due to the whole screen fading to black at the end, so the dialogue wasn't needed.
A cel of Dr. Patrick with a briefcase not seen in the final cut was found on eBay. There was also a painted closeup of one of SpongeBob's plugged holes but is not used in the episode. It can be seen on a set of trading cards from 2003.
Survival of the Idiots
According to the season 2 DVD commentary, there was originally a scene featuring Sandy's bed hanging from the ceiling of the Treedome, with much more saliva/drool than was seen in the final episode. Additionally, the DVD commentary also states that the original title for this episode was "Survival of the Morons."
Tea at the Treedome
In the assets for the video game SpongeBob SquarePants: SuperSponge, an alternate title card can be found for this episode that features yellow outlined red text and a different background. This is the only place this title card can be found, as it was never broadcast on television or released on home media.
Additionally, early broadcasts and home media releases of the episode credited Edgar Larrazábal as the animation director. The credit was altered to attribute animation direction to Tom Yasumi in later releases.
In the scene when SpongeBob doesn't want Sandy to leave before following her to the bus, there were several frames of anticipation cut. Cels and sketches have appeared on eBay. Twitter user LarryInc64 attempted to recreate the scene using the material found. The last missing frame was found in January 2023, for the selling price of $599.95.
The Great Snail Race
Status: Existence Unconfirmed
There was originally a scene that showed Sandy getting arrested for kicking SpongeBob's bottom. This scene was cut possibly to save time.
The Secret Box
Many people online claim to have seen a picture of SpongeBob with a lampshade over his head or a picture of SpongeBob in his underwear when Patrick reveals the embarrassing photo of SpongeBob during the original airing and the first re-runs.
Interestingly, the photo in the box was actually revealed in a SpongeBob book released sometime after the episode, and it matched the second description from above.
However, Wiki user Sloucher112 claims to remember a photo matching the first description:
"It showed SpongeBob passed-out drunk on a table wearing a Christmas sweater and a lampshade on his head surrounded by cartons of eggnog. You could also see Sandy and Squidward giggling in the background."
On May 29, 2022, a recording of the original airing of "The Secret Box" resurfaced. In the recording, the photo isn't shown, thus confirming that the supposed photo scene is non-existent. It's now believed that the people's recollection of the image was a Mandela effect.
The Snowball Effect
Former supervising director Adam Paloian tweeted a background and storyboard panel of a deleted scene depicting a snowman torture room in Squidward's fortress. It was likely cut for being too graphic.
To Love a Patty
Originally, SpongeBob was going to be near-naked in bed with Patty, which was cut due to being inappropriate for children. Also, in the storyboards, SpongeBob was seen wearing his outfit and wig from "The Chaperone."
Welcome to the Chum Bucket
According to the Season 2 DVD commentary, there was originally a scene that showed Plankton taking out SpongeBob's brain before putting it in the robot.
Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V
There were several scenes deleted in order to reduce the episode's running time, as it supposedly going to be a double-length episode, these include: Mermaid Man using his "telescope-vision," a press conference with E.V.I.L, the ice cream truck becoming a "Miss Thang" robot, a fish defeating Miss Thang with a disguise, SpongeBob rejoicing over the Mermalair's secret entrance, the real I.J.L.S.A. dying in a plane explosion, Patrick armpit-farting, The Quickster's original name: The Whizzer, Captain Magma skywriting, the Whizzer causing a tornado, Miss Appear being run over by a car, the Elastic Waistband being caught in the tornado and being defeated, and Mermaid Man's telescope-vision malfunctioning. These all can be found on the Fear of a Krabby Patty DVD.
- Astrology with Squidward (found series of "SpongeBob SquarePants" Nickelodeon animated shorts; early 2000s)
- A Day With SpongeBob SquarePants: The Movie (unproduced unauthorized direct-to-DVD mockumentary film; 2011)
- Got Chocolate Milk? (found "SpongeBob SquarePants" animated tie-in commercial; 2001)
- SpongeBob's Nicktoon Summer Splash (partially lost bumpers from Nickelodeon channel block; 2000-2001)
- SpongeBob: Re-Hydrated (partially lost "SpongeBob SquarePants" animated short; 2003)
- SpongeBob SquarePants "Sailor Mouth" (lost uncensored version of Nickelodeon animated series episode; 2001)
- SpongeBob SquarePants "Shanghaied/You Wish" (lost English audio from alternate "Patchy the Pirate" segments of Nickelodeon animated series episode; 2001)
- SpongeBob SquarePants "SpaceBob InvaderPants/Krabs' Army" (lost production material of cancelled Nickelodeon animated series episodes; 2015)
- War Blowers (found full version of "SpongeBob SquarePants" production music; 1999)
Anthology and Short Series
- Attack of the Giant Vulture (found Nickelodeon short film; 1998)
- Balinese Slapping Fish (found Nickelodeon Australia animated short series; 1998)
- Bobby the Lizard Boy (found Nickelodeon animated short; 2000)
- Eddie Retractorhead (partially lost Nickelodeon UK animated short series; 2008)
- Gordon Bleugh! (found Nickelodeon animated short series; early 2000s)
- The Hopkins (lost Nickelodeon Australia animated short series; 2005)
- ICarly at the 2008 Kids Choice Awards (found Nickelodeon promotional short web series; 2008)
- Leader Dog (partially lost Nickelodeon animated short series; 2004)
- Making Fiends (partially lost promotional shorts for Nickelodeon animated series based on web series; 2008)
- Meet The Moores (partially found Nicktoons UK animated short series; 2002-2003)
- Nick Studio 10 (partially found Nickelodeon channel block; 2013)
- Nickelodeon Addicting Games Showdown (partially found interstitial TV event of online game website; 2009-2010)
- Nickelodeon Blimp (found Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards animated short; 2005-2007)
- Oh Yeah! Cartoons (found Nickelodeon animated anthology series; 1998-2001)
- Schoolyard Safari (found Nickelodeon short series; 2002-2003)
- Tortellini Western (partially lost Nickelodeon animated short series; 2004)
- A Very Aggressive Vegetable (partially lost Nickelodeon Australia animated short series; 1998)
Bumpers and Promos
- 101% Whizbang! with Henry & June (partially found Nickelodeon channel block; 1999)
- Blood and Guts (partially found Nickelodeon bumpers; 2000s)
- HaHa Nick (lost Chinese block of Nickelodeon shows; 2005-2007)
- Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (partially lost TV promos for Nickelodeon animated film and TV series; 2001–2002)
- Nickelodeon (partially found idents and bumpers from TV channel; 1979-present)
- Nickelodeon's Historical Firsts (partially lost animated promos from TV channel; 1997)
- Aaahh!!! Real Monsters (non-existent Nickelodeon TV film; 1998)
- Cry Baby Lane (found Nickelodeon TV horror film; 2000)
- The Electric Piper (found Nickelodeon animated TV film; 2003)
- Hey Arnold! The Jungle Movie (partially found production material of cancelled original adaptation of Nickelodeon animated series film; 2002)
- Invader Zim: Enter the Florpus (lost/unreleased deleted Tak scenes of film based on Nickelodeon animated series; 2018-2019)
- Prometheus and Bob (lost production material of cancelled film adaptation of "KaBlam!" Nickelodeon stop-motion animated series; late 1990s)
- Rugrats Go Wild (partially found original 90 minute cut of Nickelodeon animated crossover film; 2003)
- BrainSurge (partially lost Nickelodeon game show; 2009-2014)
- Double Dare (partially found Australian adaptation of Nickelodeon game show; 1989-1992)
- Double Dare (partially lost Nickelodeon game show; 1986-1993)
- Family Double Dare (partially found spin-off of Australian adaptation of Nickelodeon game show; 1989)
- Figure It Out (partially found episode of Nickelodeon game show; 1998)
- Friday Night Slimetime (partially found Nickelodeon game show; 2005-2006)
- Gamefarm (partially lost Nickelodeon GAS game show; 2003)
- Legends of the Hidden Temple (lost Pit of Despair incident footage from unaired final round/episode of Nickelodeon game show; 1994)
- Legends of the Hidden Temple (partially found original consolation plugs from Nickelodeon game show; 1993-1995)
- Nick Arcade (found Nickelodeon game show; 1992)
- Nick Arcade (partially found original consolation prize plugs from Nickelodeon game show; 1992)
- Nickelodeon Splat! (partially found Nickelodeon game show; 2004)
- Slime Time Live (partially found Nickelodeon game show; 2000-2004)
- SuperNick (partially found Nickelodeon Netherlands game show; 2007-2011)
- SuperNick op De Stoep Bij... (partially found Nickelodeon Netherlands sports show; 2007-2008)
- Webheads (partially found second season of Nickelodeon game show; 2015)
- By The Way (partially found inaugural Nickelodeon series; 1979-1980)
- Hocus Focus (partially found inaugural Nickelodeon series; 1979-1981)
- Nickel Flicks (lost inaugural Nickelodeon series; 1979)
- Pinwheel (partially found Nickelodeon educational puppet series; 1977-1990)
- Pocket Money (non-existent inaugural Nickelodeon series; 1979)
- Video Comics (partially found inaugural Nickelodeon series; 1979-1981)
- The Adventures of Pete & Pete (partially found original versions of episodes of Nickelodeon live-action comedy series; 1991-1993)
- All That (partially lost Nickelodeon sketch comedy series; 1994-2005)
- Bing! The Sound of Something New (partially found Nickelodeon magazine TV series; 1995)
- Cousin Skeeter (partially lost Nickelodeon live-action/puppet series; 1998-2001)
- Drake & Josh (partially found widescreen version of episodes of Nickelodeon sitcom; 2004-2007)
- Innie & Outie (found live-action Nickelodeon short film; 1996)
- Just For Kicks (found Nickelodeon live-action comedy-drama series; 2006)
- Kids' Court (partially found Nickelodeon non-traditional court series and other media; 1988-1994)
- Mcjuniorclub TV (partially found Nickelodeon Netherlands/McDonald's live-action short series; 2008)
- Nick News with Linda Ellerbee (partially found Nickelodeon educational news series; 1992-2015)
- Noah Knows Best (partially found English audio of Nickelodeon sitcom; 2000-2001)
- Reggie Jackson's World of Sports (partially found Nickelodeon sports series; 1981-1982)
- U to U (partially found Nickelodeon interactive series; 1994-1996)
- Vic's Vacant Lot (partially found ESPN/Nickelodeon sports series; 1982-1985)
- Aaahh!!! Real Monsters (partially found unaired pilot of Nickelodeon animated series; early 1990s)
- The Adventures of Johnny Quasar (found prototype "Jimmy Neutron" animated shorts; 1995-1997)
- The Angry Beavers "Cuffed Together" (non-existent pilot episode of Nickelodeon animated series; early-mid 1990s)
- Back at the Barnyard (partially found original test pitch of Nickelodeon CGI animated series; 2000)
- Bad Seeds (found pilot of "Harvey Beaks" Nickelodeon animated series; 2013)
- Big Beast Quintet (lost Nickelodeon animated pilot; 1990)
- Camp Nick (partially found Nickelodeon game show pilot; mid-1990s)
- Catscratch (found animated pitch of Nickelodeon animated series; 2004)
- The Crowville Chronicles (partially found Nickelodeon animated pilot; 1990)
- Drake & Josh (partially found unaired pilot of Nickelodeon sitcom; 2002)
- Figure it Out (partially found unaired pilot of Nickelodeon game show; 1990s)
- Fresh Beat Band of Spies (found unaired pilot of Nickelodeon animated spin-off of "The Fresh Beat Band" musical series; 2013)
- Generation Gap (partially found Nickelodeon game show pilot; early 1990s)
- Gibby! (partially found unaired pilot of cancelled spin-off of "iCarly" Nickelodeon teen sitcom; 2012)
- Go For It (lost Nickelodeon game show pilot; early 1990s)
- Hey Arnold! (found unaired pilot of Nickelodeon animated series; 1994)
- Humongous (lost pilot of Nickelodeon game show; early 1990s)
- I Don't Think So (partially found Nickelodeon game show pilot; 1994)
- Invader Zim (lost 3D animation test sequence from pilot of Nickelodeon animated series; 1999)
- KaBlam! "The Henry and June Show" (found spinoff pilot of Nickelodeon animated series; 2000)
- Kappa Mikey (found original MTV pitch and Nicktoons pilots of animated series; 2004)
- Morph Sports (partially found Nickelodeon game show pilot; 1995-1996)
- Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide (partially found pilots of Nickelodeon sitcom; 2003)
- Ned's Declassified High School Survival Guide (lost pilot of rejected spin-off series of Nickelodeon sitcom; 2008)
- Pudding Toast (lost Nickelodeon animated pitch pilots; 2012)
- Rocket Beach (found unaired pilot of "Rocket Power" Nickelodeon animated series; 1998)
- Roundhouse (partially found unaired pilot of Nickelodeon comedy series; 1991)
- Slime Survivor (partially found Nickelodeon game show pilot; 2000)
- The Thundermans (partially lost unaired pilot of Nickelodeon live-action comedy series; 2012)
- Tooned In! (partially found Nickelodeon game show pilot; 1998)
- Trash (lost Nickelodeon stop-motion animated pilot; 1990)
- The Weasel Patrol (lost Nickelodeon animated pilot; 1990)
- Who Knew? (partially found Nickelodeon game show pilot; 1998)
- The Wild Thornberrys (found pilot of Nickelodeon animated series; 1998)
- Action League Now!: The Series "Monster Mashed" (found episode of "Kablam!" spinoff animated series; 2002)
- Action League Now!: The Series "Thunder Girl: Tracking The Storm" (found episode of "Kablam!" spinoff series; 2001-2002)
- The Angry Beavers "A Tail of Two Rangers/Bye Bye Beavers" (partially found finale episode of Nickelodeon animated series; 2001)
- The Butcher (lost Nickelodeon puppet short film; existence unconfirmed; 2001)
- Crash Nebula (lost production material of cancelled spinoff of" The Fairly OddParents" Nickelodeon animated series; 2004-2006)
- Danny Phantom (partially found original opening title sequence of Nickelodeon animated series; 2003)
- Gruff's Groove Box (lost Nickelodeon music series; 2001)
- ICarly "How To" (found bonus content DVD from Nickelodeon sitcom "Web Show Set"; 2011)
- Invader Zim (partially found production material of cancelled episodes of Nickelodeon animated series; 2001-2002)
- KaBlam! "Episode 29" (non-existent episode of Nickelodeon animated series; 1998)
- KaBlam! "Just Chillin" (found final episode of Nickelodeon animated series; 2000)
- KaBlam! "KaFun!" (found episode of Nickelodeon animated series; 1999)
- KaBlam! "An Off-Beats Valentine's" (found spinoff special of Nickelodeon animated series; 1998)
- The Loud House (partially lost deleted scenes of Nickelodeon animated series; 2016-present)
- Nickelodeon Japan (partially found various final sign-off footage of Japanese TV channel; 2009)
- Nickelodeon Launch Box (partially found educational series; 1991-1994)
- Nickelodeon Magazine's Big 10 Birthday Bash (found Nickelodeon TV special; 2003)
- Nickelodeon Studios Opening Day Celebration (found live broadcast of Nickelodeon event; 1990)
- The Ren & Stimpy Show (non-existent unused Kurt Cobain song for Nickelodeon animated series; 1990)
- The Ren & Stimpy Show "Man's Best Friend" (found banned episode of Nickelodeon animated series; 1992)
- Robot and Monster (partially found unaired/unfinished episodes of Nickelodeon animated series; 2012-2013)
- Rugrats: A Live Adventure (partially found footage of musical adaptation of Nickelodeon animated series; 1998-2000)
- Rugrats "Incredible" (partially lost storyboard jam comic of Nickelodeon animated series; 1998)
- Weinerville (partially lost Nickelodeon variety puppet series; 1993-1997)
- The MEGA link to the premiere of "Scaredy Pants"/"I Was A Teenage Gary."
- The Mediafire link to the premiere of "Scaredy Pants"/"I Was A Teenage Gary."
- ↑ A storyboard of the deleted scene on his DeviantArt account. Retrieved 25 Sept '15
- ↑ A storyboard of some deleted scenes of the episode "Graveyard Shift." Retrieved 28 May '16
- ↑ Tweet from Vincent Waller confirming the nonexistence of such storyboards. Retrieved 04 Apr '20
- ↑ Jay Lender's Twitter post showing the storyboards of deleted scenes. Retrieved 23 Aug '19
- ↑ Jay Lender's Twitter post showing the patty statue scene. Retrieved 23 Aug '19
- ↑ A DeviantArt post to the SpongeBob picture. Retrieved 24 Aug '15
- ↑ Adam Paloian's Twitter post showcasing the background. Retrieved 28 Jun '18