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[S2E31] Just One Bite

When SpongeBob learns that Squidward has never actually tried a Krabby Patty, he becomes obsessed with the idea that Squidward must try it. He badgers Squidward until he gives in. When Squidward takes a bite, he pretends to hate the patty, but secretly he loves it. Alone, he craves another bite, but doesn't want SpongeBob to know. In the end, he sneaks into the Krusty Krab late at night, stuffs his face with patties only to be caught in the act by SpongeBob

[S2E31] Just One Bite

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While Star's bubbly, helpful, and reckless personality can sometimes cause Marco a lot of trouble, irritate him, or even cause him physical pain, he appreciates having her around, even calling her the coolest girl he knows. He can be a little overprotective of her at times and underestimates her ability to handle things on her own, which often infuriates her. "Sleep Spells" also shows that he sometimes feels inadequate compared to her, as he is just a normal kid, and Star is a magical princess. Despite this, he is willing to help her where required and they are usually fast to make amends whenever they end up in a fight or disagreement.

Marco loves his parents, but he is sometimes annoyed by their cheery and optimistic personalities. He can also be embarrassed by his mother, such as when she said the "Ph.D" in "Doctor Marco, Ph.D" stood for "pretty handsome dude". In "Starcrushed", Marco takes his father's advice of talking with Star about their situation. In "Heinous", he is annoyed when they take Miss Heinous' side during her home invasion. In "Sophomore Slump", Angie tries to help him readjust to Earth life by recalling how she became arrogant and condescending to others after a summer in France.

2Volt [Two Personas] [Attack on Titan Season 2 Original Soundtrack] Reiner breaks free of the Titans and Eren is angrily eating his hand. The song promptly stops when Uncle Hannes bites the dust... or rather he's the one being bitten.

The cockroaches begin to honor Oggy and Oggy collapsed. Jack came just in time from space and called the doctor. Saved after this, the 2 were going to enjoy the mushroom soup but he stopped Jack and went to library and in a book he read that the red mushrooms turns out to be poisonous fungus. He was going to warn Jack about it but he was too late, as Jack ate the soup and was poisoned green. It was Oggy's turn to call the doctor, but the cockroaches broke the phone and laughed as the episode ends with a 7-minute poisonous countdown.

Jason, "Oh my God, it's like motor oil."Matt, "It's okay but why would anyone want to drink more than a sip of this."Aaron, "It's so strong."Matt, "It's so heavy. It's not pleasurable, it's just a challenge."

Matt, "There's just a hint of salt. It's like a whisper of salt."Aaron, "A broad lime flavor and a light lager flavor."Whitney, "It smell a little bit like window cleaner but not ammonia-based window cleaner and tastes much better than window cleaner."Trevin, " in your empty margarita glass." Matt, "Oh yeah. ...almost states like a shandy."

  • Majestic 4 (Majestics) General The team name was originally nameless in Japanese, but got named Majestic 4 (マジェステック4) in Rising. In English and derived translations, it's always been Majestics.The Majestic 4 are composed of four of Europe's wealthiest. They're all from old families, from which they inherited their bit-beasts. Although good friends for a long time, their egos made them refuse to be a team. Only after meeting the Bladebreakers did their regard for teamwork improve and they've stuck together ever since. Alphabetical Theme Naming: The Majestic 4's bit-beasts' names end on "-lyon".

  • Blue Blood: As the name points at, all members of the Majestic 4 are heirs to long-standing lineages of name and fortune. They occasionally dress up in their family armor for beyblade matches.

  • Break the Haughty: They're all pretty arrogant rich-boys who get taken down a peg by the protagonists.

  • The Cavalry: Combined with Last Stand. The Majestic 4, along with Kiki of the Bái Hǔ Zú, were the only ones whose bit-beasts hadn't been stolen during the Russian tournament. Judy gathered the five and mentally prepared them to step in if Takao would lose his match against Yuriy. Fortunately, it didn't come to that.

  • Dub Induced Plothole: In the original version, the Majestic 4 do not have a name. They're simply the Euro Team. The dub gave them the name Majestics. However, the story as it is has the members form a team for the first time, which specifically occurs in S1E38. A.J. Topper and Brad Best introduce them as the Majestics, which Ralf is surprised by and Johnny indifferent to, while Olivier and Giancarlo talk about how beyblading is not a team sport. Which leaves the question, just who came up with "Majestics"? There's some implication Johnny created the name, but that would be at odds with him being the one insistently opposed to what's going on in the first place.

  • Four-Element Ensemble: Ralf/Griffolyon are air, Johnny/Salamalyon are fire, Olivier/Unicolyon are earth, and Giancarlo/Amphilyon are water.

  • Ineffectual Loner: None of them has the slightest team spirit.

  • Knight in Shining Armor: They all don actual armor for important matches, seeing beyblading as genuine battle.

  • Named by the Adaptation: As with most season 1 teams, the Majestic 4 went by the descriptive "Euro(pean) Team" in the original version. The dub gave the team a proper name, which surprisingly made its way back into the Japanese franchise when the team was named Majestic 4 in Rising.

  • Olympus Mons: Their bit beasts are much larger than normal, manifesting their exceptional fighting spirit.

  • Royal Brat: All rich, all arrogant.

  • Shout-Out: Doubly so. As per Aoki's website, the first names of the Majestic 4 come from F1-racers from their respective countries and their last names are based on movie directors and actors also from their countries. The F1-racers are Ralf Schumacher, Johnny Herbert, Olivier Panis, and Giancarlo Fisichella. The movie directors and actors aren't specifically mentioned, but can be surmised to be Steffen Jürgens, Ewan McGregor, Richard Bohringer, and Giuseppe Tornatore.

  • What Happened to the Mouse?: The Majestic 4 are the one team that refuses to fight Borg in the manga. They are dropped from the story upon that choice. When next a tournament is held, there are two new teams to represent Europe: the Barthez Soldats (Region A) and F-Sangre (Region B). There's no explanation about what happened to the Majestic 4.

  • Ozma (Ozuma) Blader: オズマ / Ozma / OzumaBit-beast: フラッシュレオパルド / Flash LeopardFirst Appearance: S2E1Voiced by: Yuki Kaida (Japanese), Alex House (English) Adaptational Badass: Takao had to put very little effort to defeat him in the manga. The anime has Ozuma defeating him on a regular basis.

  • Always Someone Better: To Takao in Season 2. In fact, he's the only person to beat Takao in said season and no less than three times! He's probably the person with the best win-loss record against the protagonist throughout the entire three seasons. Eventually, though, the Worf Effect hits him when he comes back just to lose to Zeo once the latter becomes the main antagonist of the final arc of the season. Averted in the manga, where during their first confrontation, initially he gives Tyson a good fight, but Tyson is not even taking the fight seriously and then proceeds to unleash Dragoon's tornado attack, defeating Ozuma easily. Ozuma even remarks that he underestimated Tyson. After this, all the four had to gang up on Tyson.

  • The Leader: Ozma is the team captain.

  • Panthera Awesome: Flash Leopard is a leopard.

  • Playing with Fire: Flash Leopard handles the element of fire and at its strongest becomes a ball of fire.

  • Walking Shirtless Scene: Ozma wears a shirt that can only be loosely buttoned up top, thus leaving his chest on display at all times. It's also not a very long shirt, so most shots from below show his midriff.

  • Denny Blader: デニー / DennyBit-beast: クラーケン / Kraken / KlarkenFirst Appearance: S2E40Voiced by: Wasabi Mizuta (Japanese), Julie Lemieux (English)The fifth blader to be granted a bit-beast taken from the rock. Two, in fact, as each of his beys contains a Kraken bit-beast. Appropriately, it took the combined might of Rei and Zeo to beat him. Combat Tentacles: Combines with Tentacle Rope depending on the battle needs. Denny had one Kraken hold onto Driger while the other attacked it.

  • Dual Wielding: Denny wields two beyblades and two bit-beasts at the same time, a skill shared only with Hitoshi.

  • Kraken and Leviathan: The Kraken are krakens.

  • Sailor's Ponytail: Counts due to Denny's nautical theme. His hair is tied up in five braids, which mimic tentacles.

  • Spell My Name with an S: Kraken is named after the kraken. "クラーケン" features the elongated ā from ラー for pronunciation, but these kana are also the way Japanese renders er/ar/or. Add to that the L/R-matter and the conclusion becomes that "クラーケン" got mis-re-romanized as "Klarken" where it should have just been "Kraken". Whether "Klarken" should be considered canon because it is what canon says it is or if a correction should be applied is up for debate.

  • Zeo Zagāto : ゼオザガート / Zeo ZagātoBit-beast: グケルベロス / Kerberos / CerberusFirst Appearance: S2E30Voiced by: Hisayo Yanai (Japanese), Tim Hamaguchi (English) Walking Spoiler: Whether the manga version or the anime version, one can only get so far talking about Zeo before the spoilers start to trickle in.

  • Code Name: In the manga, his blader name is ZO.

  • Fire/Ice Duo: He and Gordo form one, respectively representing fire and ice. The usual color schemes are maintained for the beys, but are reversed for the bladers.

  • Light Is Not Good: He wears white clothes after turning evil in the anime.

  • Multiple Head Case: As per Ancient Greek mythology, Kerberos has three heads.

  • Replacement Goldfish: Zeo is this to the original Zeo, but how depends on the medium. In the anime, Zeo is an android made by Doctor Zagāto after the death of his biological son Zeo. The timeline of death, age of death, creation, and any relation to the bit-beast-holding tablet Zagāto stole decades ago is unclarified. Zagāto treated the android as if he was Zeo himself and hoped to use the power of the four holy bit-beasts to turn the android human. It's not revealed if this was even possible, but Zeo and Zagāto learned to accept his robotic nature as it is.

  • Overlaps with Dead Person Impersonation for the manga, where he's the original Zeo's younger brother Leon. Ten years prior, the original Zeo died in a traffic accident. Despairing, Zagāto learned of the possibility that the four holy bit-beasts could bring Zeo back to life. Zagāto then began training Leon, two years old or so at the time, to make him capable of acquiring the quartet by whichever means necessary. In the process, he also manipulated Leon into emulating Zeo as much as possible, styling his hair the same way, wearing the same clothes, becoming a violin player, and even taking his older brother's name, though with the alternative spelling ZO. Leon went along with this because he wished to make his father happy. However, once he realized that Zagāto saw him as a means to an end rather than appreciate him as a son, he rebelled. Zagāto accepted this and apologized, allowing Leon to become Leon again and abandoning his goal of reviving Zeo.

  • Tomato Surprise: In the anime, Zeo's true identity is that of an android designed in the image of the original Zeo, who has died. The android Zeo didn't know this until his father told him the truth, and very people knew about it prior to Zeo's participation in the World Tournament.

  • Wicked Cultured: True for his manga self. Zeo plays the violin, a hobby copied from his older brother, and is in the middle of a tune when he meets Takao for the first time in I-V8C4 and I-V9C1. He asks Takao if he likes the requiem he's written for him and Takao's ego takes a jump at someone composing music for him until Kyōju informs him that a requiem is a song for the dead.



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