What's odd is that the scene actually shows him walking to his spongebob house, with nothing happening in the background, for three minutes and fifty seconds before abruptly cutting to red for another twenty seconds, just as he arrives at his house.
Spongebob and Patrick apologize with tears in their episode eyes and walk back to their houses.
The salesman's laughing can also be heard echoing in the background.This is when the sound of a slight.It cuts back to Squidward again, this time staring at the viewer episode as the sound of the salesman echoes ".The tape was brought mist in to Chaz Angew, the intern who wrote the account from episode Squidward's Suicide.The salesman begins knocking spongebob again, and Squidward opens the door angrily.A new scene appears, back to the original cartoon eyes, with Squidward sitting in a chair in his room that night, with a blank look on his face for roughly thirty seconds before starting to sob episode softly. Squidward wraps his mouth around the clarinet and is only able to play spongebob one note before being interrupted by someone knocking on the door.
It also begins very mildly zooming in on Squidward's face, only noticeable if you compare ten seconds of frames side by side.
DO IT " and " the red mist is coming " repeatedly.Screenshot of game Squidward with hyper-realistic eyes.The scene then fades plugin to red over the course of twelve.The frames in the animation skip every four seconds, but the sound remains synced.Squidward, unsure of himself, walks back over and begins playing his clarinet again, this time uninterrupted.Delivery compressed Of, the Tape, edit, on November 7, 2004, lineup after the initial animation of the storyboards were studio completed inches in Fife, Scotland, the tape was delivered to the lead animators and sound editors heirs at Paramount Studios in Hollywood, California during the middle of the night.Description of The Tape, edit, red Mist begins with Squidward preparing to practice his clarinet in his room as Spongebob and Patrick play merrily outside.Perhaps by glitch, the same scene is repeated once more which is somewhat plugin common in rough cuts of animation.During this, seven frames are seen in black and white of the boy from the first photograph laying in the woods.However, this time, the eyes have been replaced with new, more realistic eyes with red pupils, clearly not real but more realistic than CGI, TV, or animated.A Sony Betamax tape marked "Red Mist" was discovered in a warehouse in Mideastern Canada on August 12, 2016.The sound of the wind in the forest is also played at a much louder volume, but now with the sound of branches snapping and the screams of a young boy heard.Crowd booing Squidward after his performance.The tape was taken into the editing room where it was watched by said animators and editors, as well as two sixteen year-old interns.Red Mist, title Card, note: This is a continuation of another story called. It was found by Marcus Andrews, and he reported it to Nickelodeon.
When the tape was watched, it was in a poor condition.