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Book of F.U.N.

Questions for Contemplation

1. SpongeBob solves the problem of aprehending plankton without realizing it. Have you ever had the solution to a problem fall into your lap?

2. SpongeBob says, "If you believe in yourself, and with a little pinch of magic, all your dreams can come true." Do you believe in yourself? Do you believe in magic? Plankton finds this statement to be torturous. Why do the ideas of self-confidence and magic distress Plankton so much?

3. Plankton gives up the secret formula at this point. SpongeBob thikns Plankton just needs a friend. Is Plankton really after the secret formula? If so, why did he give it up so easily? Is his desire for the formula genuine, or is he simply being manipulated by Karen, his computer-wife? Are men often manipulated into doing bad things by their wives' desire for money and sucess?

4. For aprehending Plankton, SpongeBob is named "Honorary Rookie of the Day." What is the significance of this award being a giant doughnut? What does this say about the Bikini Bottom Police Department?

5. While singing "For he's a jolly good rookie," the crowd loses interest and walks away. What doews this say about the value that society places on good deeds? Do we give enough credit to those who voluntarily give of themselves for the good of society?

6. SpongeBob and Plankton sing the F.U.N. song together. SpongeBob equates this with true friendship. What actions do you equate with true friendship?

7. How does Mr. Krabs know what is behind those screens at movie theatres?

Statements for Consideration and Absorbtion

Self-confidence is important.
Sometimes people are not as bad as they seem, hey may be being manipulated.
Singing is one way to experience Nautical Nonsense.
Sometimes people just need a freind.

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