– Hi, I'm Sara. – Hey, I'm Kyra. – We are going to be drawing – SpongeBob characters. – From memory. – Yeah. – Did you grow up on SpongeBob? You did right? – SpongeBob was like
right at the end of my kid cartoon watching career. Like it was Ren and Stimpy, and then, like I discovered girls. – Ah. – So like– – That should do it. – [Female] Sandy. – I feel like that's not too bad. – Who is Sandy? – [Female] Mr. Krabs. – Yes. – Yeah, that's, okay. I remember Mr. Krabs. – Patrick Star. – Patrick Star. – Patrick Star. – He is a starfish. – Well, he sure is. I wonder what gave it away. – You know what his body shape is? – [Kyra] Egg. (snickers) – It's like a rice ball,
I feel like, sort of. He's got a big old, big old body. Little, teeny limbs. – I've seen the SpongeBob movie, and I've never watched the show. – Oh, no! – And I mean the movie
from like the early 2000s. – I used to watch it every day as a kid. – I don't know who Sandy is. – Okay, so Sandy is the
squirrel who lives underwater. – Is she in a space suit? – She's in a suit, yes. – She's in a, it's not
a space suit or is a? – Sort of, it's got like big, glass dome. – Does he have a nose? – Well, you're just gonna have to draw it and see if it looks right. – You're not gonna help me? – Not this time. – Okay, I don't think
her head's like too big. She wears like mittens, and she's got boots. Her body is pill-shaped. – Pill-shaped. – Kind of pill-shaped, yeah. – Um, yeah, I like also how his clothes, if I remember correctly, just kind of, they're just like on his body, (Kyra laughs) like there's not much volume, I guess. They're just lines on a egg. – You know what's weird? It's like I can't remember her tail now, but, like she's gotta have a tail, right? Like that's what a squirrel is. – Yeah. – But I don't remember the
tail being like a prominent feature in her design. – Are you more of a SpongeBob, or are you more of a Patrick? – [Jackie] Like my personality? – Yeah. – Out of like, that's
not a lot of choices. I feel like I'm hard
working like SpongeBob, – Okay. but I do sometimes feel
like a Patrick, like doesn't everyone have a
little Patrick inside of them? – Yeah. – Big cheeks. She's got the buck teeth. I know that for sure. – Does she basically look like Bugs Bunny with short ears? – Yes, actually that's not
totally inaccurate, I think. – I definitely made him way
cuter than he actually is. – Me too, I also made him really cute. I'm sorry Mr. Krabs. Am I crazy or does he have a big belt? – Doesn't he wear it like all the time? – He's got one look, and it's Krab, baby. – Patrick doesn't really
have a lot of clothes. – Yeah, he's shirtless. At least I'm putting him shirtless, and he's got pants, and I wanna say that they're dark purple? You're not gonna tell me if I'm right? – I don't know, man. – Oh, Jeez, Jackie. – Are they? You should try it out. – Uh – I'm just gonna give her a tail. I don't think she has,
I don't think she has, no, she does have a tail. She's gotta have a tail. God, why can't I think of the tail? – Does he have anything else on his face? – Eyes. (laughs) – Well, yeah, he has eyes, obviously. (Jackie laughing) Come on. – Something that makes Mr.
Krabs like one of the best crab designs in animation, is his eyes. They're just like super
memorable and unique, like, if you saw a silhouette of him, you would instantly recognize it. – I can't remember if
his pants, like actually go onto his legs. – I'm trying to remember that, too. I think, like, a little bit. – Yeah, I just gave
him like little shorts. – So, I remember her limbs being tubular, and kind of narrow-ish. She's not like a buff squirrel. She's got sort of a tiny head,
inside of this big spacesuit. – You've got a tiny head. – It's crazy how you
can, like watch a cartoon a million times and, like,
stare at these cartoon characters forever, but then
the moment someone's like draw it out, you're like, I can't. – [Female] One minute – One minute,
– Uh oh. – How could I?
– I, oh god – I'm almost done. – [Jackie] Oh my god! – You know why, Jackie? ' Cause I kept it simple. – Oh, well, I should have
done, what you're doing. – I'm even gonna shade him. – Huh! – Yeah.
– No. – Yup.
– No! – Yup. – Doesn't she, I think she has a bow, like on the outside of her– – [Jason] Of her helmet? – Of her helmet. I think she does, or a flower? I'm gonna draw a flower. – I was wrong, but looks like a bow to me. – Alright, you draw a
bow, I'll draw a flower. – Okay, I think I'm done. – I'm done too. – I know that there's
gonna be some details that I didn't get, that I didn't remember, but I feel like, overall,
I feel like I got the construction right. I feel like the fact that
I didn't give hin a nose was the right choice. – Well, you know what, now
that we're not drawing anymore, – Yeah – I would like to confirm to you that he does not have a nose.
– He does not have a nose. – Yeah.
– Good. – How do you think you did? – I think I did really good. I love this drawing that I did. He looks really cute, he's really happy, it's making me happy, and
I hope it makes you happy. – I'm sure it will. – And I hope it makes the viewers happy. (Kevin laughs) – I think I got the, like,
the general shape of him down, but I feel like I messed up
on the clothes, for sure. – I'm not sure if I got his clothes, or if this is just, like,
a wishful thinking look. – It's just laundry day for everybody. – It's just laundry day. – I think I did alright. – You think you did alright? – Yeah. – I think I did, god awful. I still have no, like,
image of who this person is, in my head, other than
animal in a spacesuit. (upbeat music) – Yeah
– Yeah – I did so good. I didn't give him a belly
button for some reason, – I gave him the belly button! – Oh my, you win, you win! – Yeah, Yeah. – Oh, I forgot his,
like ridges on his back. – Oh, yeah, I did not
give him little ridges. Mine does look like a
really, really, like cute version of him.
– Same. – I also did not remember he had weird, little things on his eyes. – I did remember those, but I was, like, trying my hardest to remember
what the eye shine looks like. – She does have a tail., okay. – Yeah, I am so far off. – Okay, I'm not far off. – I'm on a different planet. (funky music) – Oh!
– Pretty! – This is pretty close. – Dude, that's not bad. – Oh, yours is so much more accurate. – Yours is so cute. I love his claws. – Yours is way
– Like, their really cool. – This one looks like one
that Nickelodean sponsored. – Oh, thank you. – You gave him like ah, like gnome pants. – Yeah. – I love it. – And, yours is perfect. – Oh my god.
– You nailed it. – (laughs) Well,
– Like (monitor thuds)
(Kevin laughs) – I'm perfect? – You did do full black
eyes, as opposed to the white with the
– Okay, but like, – You got the general shape of the face, you got the tin body, the
flower on the outside. I think you got a lot of it. – For someone who's just
seen like the movie, and like barely knows
– Over 10 years ago (Brent Laughs) – Who barely knows anything
about Spongebob, like this is pretty good. – We remembered the same things. – We definitely did. – We got the fact that he
has a collar, and a pocket, – Oh yeah, he's got a, well he doesn't have a
pocket in this picture. – We just, oh, Mandela Effect – Yeah. – We just imagined that he
had a pocket, he doesn't. – Yeah, yours is so cute. – I would like buy merch
with this little crab on it. – SpongeBob, it's iconic, and it's like definitely permeated our culture, like, more than most properties. – You remember it because
you spend all your free time as a child just watching television. What else am I gonna do? Pay my taxes? I don't have taxes, yet. I'm a kid. – (laughs) I had taxes when I was a kid. No, no I didn't. – I was gonna be like, you
were really advanced child. (Kevin laughs) You were a prodigy. (bouncy music)