You've never heard of C.H. Greenblatt? I'll fill you in. He's a guy with one idea that could boost his career (Chowder, which you either kinda like or incredibly hate), who worked with Nick before not only to write this episode, but other Spongebob classics as well (at least to my knowledge). And then after that, his soon-to-be cartoon went through what I call the Adventure Time Syndrome. Nick turned down his idea, so it's obvious where he headed to next, and they accepted his idea.
Now where have I heard THAT before?
After Chowder ended, Greenblatt took a new approach. He's currently back at Nick making his new show Bad Seeds. And from what I heard from , it sounds rather promising.
God, not this episode. It's so overrated. The jokes aren't as funny anymore because I've been hearing it all the time for years that it gets tiring, Sweet Victory is a mediocre song. I don't get why people think this should be the best episode of all time. Yeah...no.