Thank God it’s Friday! Welcome everyone for another episode of Friday Funny. I hope everyone had a good November this year as today is the last day of November. It’s time to say goodbye to the month of Turkey and the sales of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. In my opinion, it feels more like Black Friday Weekend and Cyber Monday week. With some sales coming to a close, get ready to save some money and spend it all for gifts for others and yourself! As we make it to December, get ready for some awesome movies and releases. We have Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros Ultimate coming out this early December. We also have movies such as the Transformer’s spinoff Bumblebee. DC is dishing out the origin movie Aquaman. Marvel is going to conclude their movies of 2018 with a PG-13 “Christmas” movie of Deadpool called Once Upon A Deadpool and Sony Animation is giving fans an awesome Spider-Man cartoon movie called Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. Besides buying gifts, I hope you guys saved enough money for popcorn and tickets to see these movies. Last but never the least, in case you missed out, the creator of the cartoon series SpongeBob SquarePants has died this week. Stephen Hillenburg died in the age of 57 from ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) or also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. ALS is a terminal disease that affects the nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. SpongeBob SquarePants made his debut in May 1st, 1999 and it’s considered a great cartoon in Nickelodeon. The cartoon made over 11 seasons including specials and even had celebrity guests in some episodes such as Johnny Depp and David Bowie. It even has two movies and appeared in video games. It’s unknown what’s going to happen now for the yellow sponge’s future, but it’s important to know that Stephen is no longer suffering. He gave us something to laugh whenever we watch TV.
Let’s end November with a powerful note.
As a way to honor Stephen Hillenburg, here are some SpongeBob clips:
That’s all kids!