Why SpongeBob SquarePants is on my Top 5 favorite kids shows

SpongeBob is on the list of the top 5 favorite children’s shows on television, according to Nielsen ratings data.

The SpongeBob spinoff SpongeBob’s Bizarre Adventure is the No. 2 favorite show, with 2.7 million viewers, and The Sponge Brothers is No. 3 with 2 million viewers.

SpongeBob Squarepants is one of the most popular animated series on television.

SpongeBob and Patrick are the two youngest children in the show, who are introduced as SpongeBob, SpongeBob Pants and Patrick.

The characters have grown up and are now adults.

Spongebob, Patrick and SpongeBob are the main characters in the animated series, which is set in a fictional city called SpongeBobland.

The show is one the longest-running animated series in history, and has aired on Nickelodeon for more than 100 seasons.

The franchise has also spawned a spinoff show called SpongeBoys.

SpongeBots, which was released in 2016, is set on the same planet as SpongeBBS.

The two shows have the same cast of characters, and are set in the same universe.

SpongePants, on the other hand, is a completely different show.

It’s set in an alternate reality.

The shows is a comedy and was created by former Nickelodeons SpongeBob creator Jeff Bock, who is currently the host of SpongeBob Live.

Bock has been known to do comedy for years, and he is a long-time friend of Nickelodeonts Jeff Kent, who created SpongeBob.

The cast of SpongePantis includes Patrick, a popular boy sponge, who has a crush on his neighbor SpongeBob; SpongeBob Jr., a young boy sponge; and Squidward, a boy who is a squid.

Patrick and Squidard have been inseparable since they were toddlers.

They were separated when Patrick was eight years old and SpongePantas youngest sibling, Patrick Jr., was seven.

Bocks brother Jeff Kent also hosts the popular podcast, The SpongePorn Show.

The podcast, which airs every Friday at 7 p.m., features an hour-long interview with the two.