J.K. Simmons Gives SpongeBob SquarePants “Whiplash” in New Episode

J.K. Simmons Gives SpongeBob SquarePants “Whiplash” in New Episode

Of all cartoons on television right now, SpongeBob SquarePants seems to always have the most fun with writing.  It’s far and away the most “adult” of all the daytime cartoons that are aimed at children.  While it’s not a show the references like a Simpsons or Family Guy, you can tell that the writers are 100% aware that plenty of parents are watching.  Plus the amount of innuendos on that show is nearly impossible to count.

Looks like the March 4th episode of SpongeBob is really going to get adult on us. J.K. Simmons lends his voice to Maestro Mackerel in “SpongeBob SquarePants” and in the sneak peek we have, it looks awesome. Maestro Mackerel (Simmons) is the conductor of the Bikini Bottom Philharmonic and sports wild hair and a chunky turtleneck. Although he doesn’t look a lot like “Whiplash’s” Terence Fletcher, they share a similar intolerance of poor musicianship. Maestro Mackerel doesn’t throw chairs, but he has a different, physical way of demonstrating his displeasure.

I’d rather not give that away but it’s clear that the show had Whiplash in mind when casting J.K. Simmons for the role.  P.S. How awesome is J.K Simmons?  I’m pretty sure there’s not one thing he’s in that I don’t like.  Not a single one.

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