Andrew Overtoom was a Spongebob Squarepants director. This was his side gig, produced as he was wrapping up work for the show following its cancellation. (Who knew this was cancelled in 2002!?) I guess when you make a TV show about a talking sponge, something screwy happens with your brain. Something like this, about an obsessed Morrissey fan (Jackie Buscarino), who, in the film's most memorable scene, becomes convinced that Morrissey is waiting to screw her behind an L.A. hot dog stand.
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