The internet is going crazy over an imaginary appearance of the starfish Patrick Star from Bikini Bottom making his way into the beloved cartoon Death Note in an iconic scene from the series.
The scene in question features Patrick reprising his role as L, who from the series is confronting the character of Light about whether he is the vigilante known as Kira after a tennis match. The fan-edited clip was a huge hit on Twitter, garnering 1 million views in about a day for combining the fun world of SpongeBob SquarePants with a more macabre decision Death Note.
One fan even made another anime connection with the adorable ocean dwellers with a similar scene from Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure.
Others speculated on how Patrick might have kept his wits about him in order to survive the Death Note.
Still others may have gone a bit too far with the lore in general, with one user going as far as saying that Death Note won’t work on Patrick because he’s not human.
Mostly, fans were hoping that Patrick could somehow get out of the uncomfortable situation.
And even more Death Note NS SpongeBob border crossings followed.
In case you are not familiar, Death Note started as a manga series written by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata. The film tells the story of Light Yagami, a teenage genius who, upon discovering a mysterious notebook known as the Death Note, discovers that he has the supernatural ability to kill anyone whose name is written. on its page.
Using the alias of Kira’s god-like vigilante, Light continues a worldwide massacre of individuals he deems immoral in order to create a crime-free society. L, reimagined in the viral clip as Patrick, plays a mysterious detective leading an elite police force trying to catch him.
SpongeBob SquarePants Follows the seemingly wholesome adventures of underwater friends SpongeBob, Patrick, Sandy the Squirrel and bandmates as they engage in jellyfish catching, singing songs, and practicing karate. However, you might be surprised to learn that the show’s creator, Stephen Hillenburg, originally envisioned each main character representing one of the seven deadly sins. Guess the show actually has a lot in common with Death Note than when it first appeared.
https://wegotthiscovered.com/tv/the-internet-loves-patrick-stars-imagined-death-note-cameo/ | The Internet Loves Patrick Star Cameo’s Imaginary Dead Notebook