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Rodger Bumpass, Squidward Voice, who is supposed to introduce the Super Bowl half-time show



While fans of football are looking forward to the Sunday Super Bowl LIII, that's it Spongebob Squarepants fans and for good reason. Many people think the half-time performance of Maroon 5 will include an epic accent to the animated series, and now there's one more footprint that suggests that it may not be wrong.

Rodger Bumpass, a voice actor behind Squidward, reportedly shares a series of Facebook posts announcing that Squidward will feature an introduction to the half-time show. However, CNET notes that since Bumpass's contributions are not public, it is a bit difficult to confirm.

If that is true, it would be an unusual choice, but this message is not getting into a vacuum. There are quite a few other small things that would turn out to be directed to SpongeBob and his Bikini Bottom friends who have a half-time role to play. The fans first asked for half-time to happen to sponsor SpongeBob creator Stephen Hillenbug. Hillenburg died in November, and since then, there have been more than a million signatures that call Maroon 5 to play "Sweet Victory" halfway through the show.

The song comes from the Season 2 episode "Band Geeks," in which SpongeBob and his friends sing the song as half-time entertainment in their world-wide Super Bowl – Bubble Bowl. Adding fuel to the speculation that it could actually become a fire, instead of playing the game – the Mercedes-Benz stadium in Atlanta – tweaked GIF from SpongeBob from every episode in December. Only this month, Maroon 5 themselves shared a small teaser video for the upcoming video event containing a few seconds of a random SpongeBob clip.

All these little things together have fans encouraging and even betting that "Sweet Victory" will become reality – and betting odds could only be for their benefit. Online betting gives the chance that the Super Bowl will play "Sweet Victory" in "Yes" at minus-220 and "No" on plus-155. It seems like this happens, it will be the sweet victory of fans and betting fans.

Fans will surely make sure that at the Super Bowl LIII on Sunday at CBS we get a moment of "Sweet Victory" SpongeBob and do not hesitate to let us know if you think that will happen in the comments below.


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