( grunts ) Spongebob, what do you think you're doing?! That's my secret box! Now hand it over! But, Patrick, I must know the secret. For the last time, Spongebob, no! Come on, just a peek. ( grunting ): Never! ( grunting ) ( pop ) ( gasps ) So, it's come to this. And to think we joined the Best Friends Forever Club! ( tinkling ) ( grunts ) Listen up, Spongebob "Secret Stealer" Pants! If you ever come near my secret box again we won't be friends anymore! But... we're supposed to be... friends forever. ( giggling ) ( laughing ) ( laughter continues ) ( muffled laughter ) ( sniffles ) I feel so filthy. I have soiled our friendship garden. ( sobbing ): I just couldn't help myself. I know it's your secret. I promise to respect that. Oh, please forgive me, Patrick, please! WHAT ARE YOU TWO BUBBLEHEADS DOING ANYWAY? - WE'RE MAKING ARTS AND CRAFTS. I'VE BEEN LEARNING THE FINE ART OF BASKET WEAVING. I MADE THIS ONE USING DESIGNS OF ME AND MY BEST FRIENDS. AND I ALSO MADE THIS CUTE LITTLE SCALLOP HOUSE. [squeaking] AND I MADE THIS WALLET. AND I CROCHETED MONEY TO GO IN IT. - SO, YOU'VE BEEN COUNTERFEITING CURRENCY? AND WHAT HAS DOORKNOB NUMBER TWO BEEN UP TO? - I'VE BEEN MAKING BASKETS, TOO. DARN! THIS HAMMER IS DEFECTIVE. - DO YOU WANT TO MAKE CRAFTS, TOO? - CRAFTS? THIS ISN'T SUMMER CAMP. I AM A TRUE ARTISTE. - MAN! I'LL NEVER MAKE ART LIKE YOU AND SQUIDWARD. - HEY, DON'T BE SAD. YOU CAN BE AN ARTIST, TOO. I'LL FIND SOMETHING THAT WILL TAP INTO YOUR PARTICULAR ARTISTIC SKILL SET. NOW LET ME SEE. OH, THIS WILL BE PERFECT! START WITH A ROCK. - A WHAT? - A LITTLE GLUE. - UH. - TAKE ON A COUPLE OF GOOGLY EYES. - WHOA! SLOW DOWN, SPONGEBOB. - AND PRESTO! A ROCK WITH GOOGLY EYES. - WHOA! I DID NOT SEE THAT COMING! - NOW YOU TRY. - I'M SCARED. - YOU CAN DO THIS. - I SHALL MAKE THE ATTEMPT. PRIVACY, PLEASE. - SORRY. - [groaning] I DID IT! - YEAH! LET'S TAKE A LOOK. - BEHOLD... [oozing] - AH! OH! OOH, IT'S BEAUTIFUL! - I'M AN ARTIST! both: HOORAY! I don't know. What do you want to do today? I don't know. What do you want to do today? I don't know. What do you want to do today? I don't know. What do you want to do today? ( gasps ) I know what I want to do today! I need some money. Uh... Uh... Oh! Oh... I don't have any money. SpongeBob! I want a balloon really, really badly! Really, really badly! It's okay, Patrick. There's lots of money in the First National Bank of SpongeBob! Follow me...! Uh-oh. I'm broke, too. Maybe we can borrow money from Squidward. Wait! Instead of borrowing the money why don't we just borrow the balloon?! Yeah, like Mr. Krabs! It's just borrowing, right? Yeah! And borrowing is okay as long as we bring it back, right? Right! ( whistling ) ( both laughing ) This is so great!! We're going to have so much fun! First we can run with the balloon. Yeah, then we can go to the beach with the balloon! Then we can take a bike ride with the balloon. Then we can go to the movies and the arcade and the ice rink and the pizza shop! And the moon and the sky and under a car and behind a dumpster And the candy shop and my backyard and in a plane and over a rock and under a hill and with a whale. BOTH: We love borrowing! It popped. - I don't get it. What's an audit? - I don't know, let me check the rules. [groans] Eh, playing "Certified Public Accountant" isn't as much fun as I thought. Maybe it'll be funner if we play louder. - I am rolling the dice! Now I am moving! "Run spreadsheets"? - What does that even mean? - [grumbles] - Maybe I'm supposed to run around with this sheet we spread on the ground! - Yeah, that sounds right to me! [laughs] - [growls] [both laughing] - Hey, Squidward, want to play "Certified Public Accountant" with us? - Oh, let me think. That sounds so--No! - [laughing] I don't think this game is ripe. - Yeah, maybe it got picked too soon. - [snickers] What, do you think that games grow on trees? Ha ha ha. - Doesn't everything grow on trees? - No, you ninny. Somebody makes them. - Makes them? - Yeah, somebody thinks up the game, then they make the game. - Then I could make a game? - No, you couldn't. You would be incapable. - Well, I think Patrick could make up a game. - The operative word there is "think." - Yeah. The oper-nive word is "think." [laughs] Thanks, Squidward, I'll do it! - Go get 'em, Patrick. - [sighs] Double morons. ( growling ) ( grunting ) ( growling ) ( screaming ) ( screaming ) ( screaming ) ( screaming ) ( screaming ) ( screaming ) ( screaming ) ( yelling ) Forget the Chumbucket-- this is personal. ( screaming ) ( yelling ) No! My name's not "Rick"! ( shouting and grunting ) I don't like you. I don't like you more! I never liked you! I a thousand times never liked you! Pink! Yellow! ( straining ) ( ripping ) ( crowd gasping ) SPONGEBOB: ( gasps ) Yellow! PATRICK: Pink? ( together ): You do care. ( sobbing ) Let's promise never to fight again, buddy. Yeah, pal, let's go home. ( both whistling ) [Patrick chomping food] [chewing loudly] WHAT'S THE BIG IDEA? I THOUGHT WE WERE IN HERE TO PLAY GOLF, REMEMBER? - OKAY, OKAY! - NOW WHERE IS THAT DARN BALL? - OOH! - PATRICK, HAVE YOU SEEN MY BALL? - WAS IT A RED ONE? - MM-HMM. - MIGHT HAVE BEEN IN THE KELP SALAD. - PATRICK, YOU ATE MY BALL? - DON'T WORRY. I'LL GET IT. - PATRICK, NO! - NO? - I HAVE TO PLAY THE BALL WHERE IT LIES. WE'LL NEED TO LEAVE THIS OPEN. NOW, LET'S SEE, IF I WAS A GOLF BALL, WHERE WOULD I--OH! NEXT TO THE GALLBLADDER, OF COURSE. FORE! [crashing and shattering] - [mutters] - WHERE'S YOUR BALL? - I DON'T KNOW. GOTTA BE AROUND HERE SOMEWHERE. - THERE IT IS. - UH-OH. - PLAY IT WHERE IT LIES. - [growls] [bubbling] [crashing and shattering] HOLE IN ONE!