It seems that one of the requirements of late-1990s/early-2000s children’s television is the April Fool’s Day episode; many popular kids’ shows dedicated entire episodes to practical jokes. This was great as it gave characters a chance to cut loose and have some fun—while also inspiring a whole generation of jokesters.
But as much as these episodes made us laugh, they also taught us very important lessons about the dos and don’ts of pranking. Let’s go over them now:
It’s about being funny and making people laugh.
SpongeBob SquarePants, “Fools in April”
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