Background: This is the vanity card of Simon Jon, creator of The Patrick Star Show.
(May 1, 1999- )
Nicknames: "The Wittgenstein Logo"
Logo: Just the clip of Wittgenstein parodying the 20th Century Fox logo in The Brave Little Toaster To the Rescue playing in a loop. Then the text "20th Century Wittgenstein" appears.
Variants: A superimposed version can be seen over the final scenes of The Patrick Star Show. This began in 2012 when the credits started playing over the parting scene. Starting in 2012, the logo is slightly redone. The entire logo is reanimated in Adobe Flash and is drawn more smoothly, the text is now formed from the fire of a light match held by a hand onscreen, and the logo is in 16:9 widescreen.
FX/SFX: The lights moving.
Cheesy Factor: The text in the original version screams the 80's! None for the slightly redone version.
Music/Sounds: Usually, the Patrick Star Show end theme or whatever theme was used on the credits finishes over it. On Robotnik and Robotniktoons airings with split-screen credits, there is the first few notes of "Chomp and Munch" followed by one of the notes played very slowly. On early Patrick Star video releases, a fart sound followed by a K5LA (train horn) blowing. Early split screen versions had modem noises.
Music/Sounds Variant: On non-split-screen airings of the Patrick Star episode Patrick Takes Over The Krusty Krab, cats are heard in the background.
Availability: Common. It's currently seen on The Patrick Star Show on Dr. Robotnik and Robotniktoons. Though surprisingly absent on The Original Release of The Patrick Star Movie. When the episode Patrick takes over Victorious aired in 2002, due to an editing mistake on Robotnik's part, the Krusty Krab Pizza Productions "Patrick" logo was shown in place of this on airings with split-screen credits. And on November 30, 2011, during an airing of the episode "Patrick Takes Over Gunsmoke", this was replaced with the Infamous Nelvana Limited logo. The cat variant can be found on Netflix. The enhanced version was first seen at the end of the episode "It's a Patrick Christmas!", as well as newer The Patrick Star Show episodes. This is also seen on The Bunker 2.0.
Scare Factor: None.