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"Squidward's Suicide" - The Red Mist Episode Creepypasta/Story: It's Real!

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Published on Jan 28, 2013

Video #76, Episode #53 - Squidward's suicide: The Red Mist episode

Martin and Tony here to talk about the infamous "Red Mist" SpongeBob SquarePants episode which aired only once (on accident) in 2005 along with the "Fear of the Krabby Patty" episode. Appropriately named "Squidward's Suicide", following the "conclusion" of the episode, there was a creepypasta written based off the story, a few years ago. Some claim the story of SS (not the Nazis; we know they're real) is real, while others say that it is complete bullshit. However, there is a creepypasta called "Squidward's Suicide is real".

Anyways, our very own Martin Bustos was there watching when this episode actually aired, so we KNOW it IS REAL. He recorded it on his small camera phone when he was 9, as any logical kid would; scared and confused out of his fuckin' mind. Eventually, the vid was sent to his new LG Spectrum LTE by his sister Sabryna, and I, along with Brandon and our friend Dilraj, had the chance to watch it first-hand, back in September. Infact, we were going to show you THAT video, but after Martin's phone went crazy (possibly due to supernatural or technological reasons) as mentioned in our oldest videos, it mysteriously disappeared.

This is our own commentary, and memories, along with the quick story of the creepypasta and the "real" footage of Red Mist, itself. (However, the footage is merely a for-the-most-part accurate renderation of the TRUE video; for as far as we know, Martin had the ONLY surviving film of the actual one.)

Watch for all the details to find out!

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