SpongeBob SquarePants made a brutal Leonardo DiCaprio joke during the Super Bowl coverage.
SpongeBob and Patrick Star are calling the game alongside CBS Sports analyst Nate Burleson and play-by-play announcer Noah Eagle while Larry the Lobster does live commentary and Sandy Cheeks reports from the side-lines.
Oh and there’s plenty other Nickelodeon characters making appearances too - like Dora the Explorer.
But just because their kids’ cartoons doesn’t mean they aren’t making some savage digs - and viewers have been loving it.
As DiCaprio was shown on screen having a little drink in his box, the characters made simple jokes about his name as SpongeBob SquarePants said: “Leonardo DiCaprio! 25!”
And then after some laughter, he clarified: “That was about his dating history.”
This is of course a dig at the running joke that the 49-year-old actor only dates women who are under the age of 25.
One user wrote on X: “Idc about the NFL but I decided to throw on the Nickelodeon broadcast of the game & I just listened to SpongeBob make a joke about Leonardo DiCaprio only dating women in their early 20s on national TV and I think that's great.”
Others laughed as they posted: “Not SpongeBob making a Leonardo DiCaprio 25 joke.”
Many clearly rate the Nickelodeon coverage as they urged others to get it on too as someone else put: “SpongeBob just made a Leonardo DiCaprio '25' joke. You guys need to be watching this Nickelodeon broadcast asap.”
Another echoed: “Nickelodeon is wild. They showed Leonardo DiCaprio and SpongeBob just replied with ‘Leo! 25!’ Lmao what a burn.”
While one user added: “So glad I switched to Nickelodeon to hear SpongeBob make a joke about Leo DiCaprio only dating ppl under 25.”
Many said it was a ‘gag and ‘f**king killed’ as they admitted to not knowing ‘how to react’ hearing the dig come from SpongeBob’s voice.
And one wrote: “This is the greatest commentary team I have ever heard in my entire life.”
And another admitted it was ‘NOT on their Super Bowl bingo card’.
LADbible has contacted DiCaprio's representatives for comment.Featured Image Credit: Nickelodeon