CREEPYPASTA - Oh Patrick! (Lost SpongeBob Episode)I adored SpongeBob SquarePants prior to the 2005 season. An animated cartoon on Nickelodeon, or dubbed as a Nicktoon, excuse me, that debuted on its channel on May of 1999, and still airs today, making this one of the longest running animated shows behind Family Guy, Arthur, South Park, and The Simpsons. When Stephen Hillenburg, the creator of SpongeBob, and a marine biologist, stepped down in late-2004, pretty much after the release of the movie, Paul Tibbitt, who also worked for the show, was promoted as the replacement as showrunner, and hired untalented writers, as well as writers that have their careers go as down as the acting career of Rob Schneider, making the new SpongeBob a COMPLETE and UTTER joke.
You see, it all started in 2008, a few years after Hillenburg called it quits. I was an intern at Nickelodeon Animation Studios, and I used work with these hairy, dirty, sadistic, untalented, egotistical writers. I was an intern so that I could live on my own while going to college
CREEPYPASTA - Saturday Night Live: Lost EpisodeI am big on Saturday Night Live. Yeah, yeah, ABC had dibs on that show before NBC had it, but everybody, including me, preferred the NBC one. Now, there is a missing episode of Saturday Night Live, that NBC Universal refused to talk about, since they never released it on DVD. I first saw it on late-April of 1997 on TV back when I visited my family, and it's basically very disturbing and made me regret the day that I saw any Saturday Night Live stuff. I will tell you that it only has one skit, if you don't count the cold opening, and it lasts for 10 minutes, before we cut to 50 minutes of news.
The opening skit featured Will Ferrell, actually looking sad. There was actual laughter, which I, the viewer, could not tell if they were laughing at it's dark nature, or if they're laughing at him, but he seemed literally depressed and serious, like he was about to break down crying. It appeared for basically 2 minutes, before the announcer said the usual, which was, "Live from New York! It's Sa
CREEPYPASTA - American Dad! Lost EpisodeI didn't want to write this. What I'm about to write is something that I never wanted to write. I mean, okay, let me start over. You ever heard of the one Seth MacFarlane show, American Dad? Well, there's a "LOST" episode of that show, and it caused FOX to cancel the show and move it to TBS in 2013. That episode I'm talking of course is called, "Hayley Goes to Hell." Heh, yeah. I figured you'll never remember the episode years from now. I wished I had the same feeling. Anyway, FOX never aired it or released it to the public. The head of FOX put the tape, which was the lost episode, in the garbage, thinking it was a pile of junk, and took every single American Dad! tapes to the vault never to be released. And this is where I found the tape.
I was going to the dumpster to put my garbage away, when I discovered a tape. It was the same tape that was thrown away in the garbage. The tape said, "American Dad Hayley Episode." I was curious, why not, it's some episode of American Dad! that I wa