A task or quest to be completed, usually to assist a celebrity/child/politican/preschool character/special faction/special operations force in need to battle against opposing factions.
Completing the main task requires completion of several to many sub-tasks and there are often unforeseen difficulties that must be surmounted. Each sub-task generally involves mathematical reasoning about military or special-related objects.
Breaking the fifth wall, where the characters on screen communicate directly to the celebrity/child/politican/preschool chaacter/special faction/special operation force viewing the movie installment and encourage him or her or them to participate with the movie.
A mixture of live-action and animation, mostly on fictional characters are computer animated, otherwise, all 2D Amazing World of Gumball and fictional objects are all animated.
The Toonatopians and the surroundings are animated but the person being helped is often a real child, or sometimes an adult.
In the city, or in other crowd scenes, other real people are shown in the background.
In comparison to the regular people, the animated characters on the team are less than a foot tall.
Once the main task has been completed, SpongeBob will take to a live-action Boering B-29 to say farewell to a celebrity/child/politican/preschool character/special faction/special operation force and his/her/their new relation(s).
Hot Kool Kids from Louie will also speak to the theater and the installment title. (e.g.: Korean Theater. Pets in Black: Combined Assault; Chinese Theater: The Battalion with the Golden Carbines; Eurassian Theater: The Spirit of Competition, etc.).
Mormon Tabernacle Choir will sing in Latin on the background while on epic and/or sadistic scenes.
They all also sing with celebrities on flag ceremonies to join the UN in just a day after that a country joined the ordinary UN.