There is no man better with words than Michael Scott. "The Office" legend can put a smile on anyone's face and here are some of his best quotes to help you get through a tough day.
After nearly 20 years on the air, Spongebob Squarepants has become the staple of many childhoods for kids of all ages. Some of the most memorable episodes of this show have made a lasting impact on pop culture and it's own legacy as one of the most popular cartoons of all-time. Here are just 20 of the best Spongebob Squarepants episodes ever released.
20. Survival of the Idiots (Season 3)
Spongebob and Patrick find themselves locked inside Sandy's dome for the winter, leaving them to fend for themselves and find some form of entertainment.
19. Idiot Box (Season 3)
Spongebob buys a television solely for it's box, leaving Squidward to struggle with comprehending the simplicity of living off of imagination for entertainment.
18. Something Smells (Season 2)
Spongebob makes a Sunday Sundae that trashes his breath (and his reputation) across Bikini Bottom.
17. Squilliam Returns (Season 3)
Squidward takes over the Krusty Krab for the night in an attempt to impress high school rival Squilliam Fancyson and his elite group of friends.
16. No Free Rides (Season 2)
Desperate to get Spongebob out of the classroom, Mrs. Puff does whatever it takes to get the sponge his license - even if he doesn't deserve it.
15. Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy III (Season 2)
14. Shanghaied (Season 2)
After being taken captive on the Flying Dutchman's ship, Spongebob and Patrick help the phantom scare everyone under the seven seas (sort of.)
13. Frankendoodle (Season 2)
The night shift gets the better of Spongebob and Squidward when a rogue ghost story haunts their every move throughout the evening.
11. Sailor Mouth (Season 2)
10. The Camping Episode (Season 3)
9. Mid-Life Crustacean (Season 3)
Mr. Krabs joins Spongebob and Patrick on a night of reckless fun in an attempt to get in touch with his inner youth and impress his daughter, Pearl.
8. Krusty Krab Training Video (Season 3)
The inner workings of the Krusty Krab are revealed in this episode dedicated to breaking down all of the hoopla surrounding the restaurant's success and "training" all prospective employees.
7. SB-129 (Season 1)
6. Club Spongebob (Season 3)
5. Pizza Delivery (Season 1)
In one of Season 1's most iconic episodes, Spongebob and Squidward trek across the ocean to deliver the Krusty Krab's first ever pizza. Little do they realize they bit off more than they could chew.
4. Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy IV (Season 3)
3. Rock Bottom (Season 1)
2. Chocolate with Nuts (Season 3)
1. Band Geeks (Season 2)
The Season 2 finale of this classic cartoon brings some of the heartiest laughs and the most memorable jokes in the entire series as Squidward struggles to get his ragtag marching band in shape for the Bubble Bowl.
I recently finished a Netflix show called "You." And while the show was horrifying, it was also incredibly well made and carried a strong message about how you never know if someone might be manipulating or stalking you.
The show follows the story of Joe Goldberg, a guy who stalks his girlfriend Beck and manipulates her by killing everyone he thinks is standing in her way.
However, the story is told from Joe's perspective, so you get to see a humanized version of him. He helps his neighbor's son Paco deal with his mother getting abused.
The show is so good at making you sympathize with him that sometimes you forget the horrible things he has done.
But in the last episode of season one, it gets even darker and the viewer has to confront the reality of who Joe is.
Once I finished the season, I went to social media like Tumblr and Twitter to read others' opinions on the show. Though lots of people had some interesting things to say, there were also way too many people who were sympathizing with Joe and victim-blaming Beck.
Even more disturbingly, some were even writing about how sexy Joe was and how he was a good boyfriend to her.
And it's true that on a surface level (without knowing about any of the messed up things he was doing), Joe was a pretty good boyfriend.
There was a good side to him. The side that helped Beck and Paco through their personal problems.
That's what this show does so well. Joe is a three-dimensional character. Even though you know how horrible he is, you can't help but feel for him sometimes.
However, there's a huge difference between sympathizing with someone and excusing their actions.
You sympathize with Joe because you know his backstory. You know that he doesn't think he's doing anything wrong. In fact, he thinks he's improving Beck's life.
But no matter how you frame it, Joe is a stalker and a murderer and deserves to be locked up somewhere. There shouldn't be a question about that.
The only reason that people actually like Joe is that he is played by an attractive actor. If Joe were some old man with a neckbeard stalking this beautiful young woman, there would be absolutely no one on his side.
But Joe is a young, fairly handsome man. This has blinded some people into taking the exact opposite message from this show.
And the truth of the matter is that stalkers can be attractive. The whole message of the show is that it can be anyone. A pretty face and a sad backstory should never be used to justify sociopathic behavior.
So it's okay to acknowledge the non-evil parts of him, but if you are rooting for Joe Goldberg, please do yourself and everyone a favor and stop.