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A Throwback to your childhood that makes you want to cry about how old you are becoming. 

Just Imagine the whole world seeing this performance LIVE! 

In honor of the late Stephen Hillenburg, creator of SpongeBob SquarePants who passed away last week from ALS, Nickelodeon posted the iconic performance of "Sweet Victory" by SpongeBob and friends (Original Performance by David Glen Eisley) on YouTube. 

However, over half a million people have signed a petition for Sweet Victory to play during the SuperBowl Halftime Show.  


 to be exact on 12/4/2018 @ 12:48 p.m CT.  

Below is a link to sign the petition


This performance was on the episode "Band Geeks", which premiered on September 7th, 2001, and is said to have been the best episode of the series to date.  

Episode Description By Wikipedia: 

"In this episode, Squidward tells a lie, claiming that he has a marching band, after his high school rival Squilliam Fancyson brags about being a successful bandleader. Squilliam offers to let Squidward and his band cover for him at the Bubble Bowl, a sporting event. Squidward accepts eagerly, but realizes he does not have a band. He recruits various citizens of Bikini Bottom to play in his band, but they perform terribly in rehearsal, which makes Squidward quit. SpongeBob, disgraced, gets the band together and they give the performance of their lives. At the Bubble Bowl, Squidward is successful in front of his rival."

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