‘Sister Act’: How a song from SpongeBob SquarePants inspired a pop song and a TV sitcom
On Saturday, a popular song from the animated series SpongeBob inspired a TV episode, and a video game, both of which are based on it.
The SpongeBob songs have been played in many countries across the world since the 1990s, and the song is now the world’s most-played pop song.
The song was inspired by the classic SpongeBob and the Bikini Bottom Gangs song, Sister Act, by the band Joy Division.
The title of the song and video was taken from the lyrics of the Bizarre Adventures of Sister Act by the American rock band, The Black Keys.
In the video game Sister Act is a parody of the SpongeBob cartoon Sister Act.
The game takes place in a video-game universe where the Bunnies, Bikini Bottoms, and Bikini Fish are sisters.
The sisters are the Binky Sisters (Bikini Botties) and the Blinky Sisters, which are the SpongeBoys.
The main characters in the game are SpongeBob, SpongeBob’s sister, and SpongeBob Junior.
The video game also features the Spongebob SquarePant band, who performed the song for the video.
It is unclear if the SpongeBoy song was originally in the Sponge Bros. series or not.
There are many other SpongeBob references in the video, including the Bamboo Groovy song from The Sponge Bob SquarePanty Band, which references SpongeBob Brothers and the fact that he has two different versions of his personality.
It also references Spongebobs “Bobby”, which is a reference to SpongeBob Belly.
The Binky sisters are also referenced in the song, as are the binky fish, which is also a reference in the Bollywood film, Kuch Kaan.
This song is one of the most popular SpongeBob video songs worldwide, with more than 20 million plays on YouTube.
SpongeBob also has a sister, Brie, who is voiced by actress Anna Faris.
In addition to the SpongeBrothers and SpongeBob series, the song has been played on TV in many other countries, including Australia, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, India, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Sweden, United Kingdom, United States, and Vietnam.
In 2018, the Sponge Brothers animated series came to an end with the show being nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Animation.
The series was renewed for another four seasons in 2020.
In 2017, a SpongeBob movie was released and was the most-watched television show on Netflix worldwide, grossing more than three billion views.