“The Zodiac Crime”/“The Joker’s Hard Times”/“The Penguin Declines” (season two, episodes 37-39): This Joker/Penguin team-up isn’t the first time that Batman paired two villains together in the same plot, but it is the first three-part story to stretch beyond the usual consecutive-day cliffhanger. The Joker’s plan to commit 12 crimes corresponding to each Zodiac sign finds him shipping the Penguin into Gotham to join him. Most of the crimes are just silly, but the final ploy aims to contaminate the Gotham water supply (just like Batman Begins , right?) and turn it to strawberry gelatin (not so much). But the two villains don’t always get along; their best squabble has nothing to do with Batman at all, with them trading barbs over whether the comically sartorial Penguin or garish Joker is the best dressed.
Tupperware, true to its name, was Tupper’s masterpiece, and he was counting on it to make his dreams come true. Having grown up in a poor Massachusetts farm family, he had vowed to make a million dollars by the time he was 30. He hadn’t. He did have a host of esoteric inventions—among them, a fish-powered boat and no-drip ice cream cone—under his belt. But with a wife and family to support, he’d concentrated on a practical career in plastics, first at DuPont and then at a company of his own, which made parts for Jeeps and gas masks during World War II. When the war ended, Tupper decided to buy cheap surpluses left over from wartime manufacturing. He figured he’d be able to do something with them.
In 'Procrastination' Spongebob has to do an assignment for his boating class but procrastinates as his mind is blank. In 'I'm with Stupid' Patrick is anxious about a visit from his parents and wishes they didn't think he was so stupid. Spongebob offers to make the visit go well by acting so stupid that his parents will think Patrick is favorite of the two is I'm with Stupid as i've seen it an uncountable number of times and it never gets dull. The same lines that i thought were hilarious the first time i saw are still hilarious to me now. As in many of the Spongebob episodes through season 3, there are hilarious one-liners and good natured humor aimed not only at kids but adults as well. Procrastination is not a personal favorite of mine but that doesn't mean it was bad(definitely not!). It was a funny look at Spongebob's personality and it showed how Spongebob had more depth than the average children's show. Plus it was definitely well thought out(not something i can say about the latest crop of lazy writers for Nickelodeon shows).A great episode.