Eugene Krabs from Spongebob is 74 years old. Is Spongebob merely for children?

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  • It can also be for adults

    I'm 19 and I love Spongebob. It gives me good memories of my childhood. Patrick is cute and watching him makes me laugh. Its made for kids but adults can also enjoy it. Here are my favorite Patrick scenes
    Spongebob ia a great show.

  • Spongebob is not just for kids!

    Spongebob is a cartoon programme which has a definite place for joint parent and child viewing. Some of the scenarios and events in which the characters engage are very relevant to real life and need to be discussed between parents and their children, to increase the child's understanding of wider life issues.

  • No, SpongeBob also has some appeal for adults.

    SpongeBob Squarepants seems to have struck a good balance between child humor and adult humor. Some adults may have started watching the show in order to ascertain its appropriateness for their child viewer, but the show has been able to peak and captivate the interest of both demographics. The show is still on television today so it has definitely found its niche in the animated television series arena.

  • Spongebob isn't just for kids

    Spongebob Squarepants must be considered one of the most subversive shows on TV. The program's level of sophisticated humor and barely-hidden raunchy jokes and story lines make it a favorite among college students and other adult fans. It is a show that has appeal far outside its target "kid" demographic.

  • No Spongebob is a Show kids and Adults love

    I think this is what has made Spongebob so popular. It's one of those rare cartoons that kids love but adults get. Some of the humor in it can go over a kid's head but adults understand it. Yes, some of the characters such as Spongebob are child like which appeals to kids but Mr. Krabs is the kind of character adults find hilarious, the show seems to have universal appeal for all ages.

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