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This is a complete list of characters who have appeared in Spongebob Squarepants in order of appearance.
A Group Of Fish Stands Against Fun And Delicious
AGOFAEFAD is "A Group Of Fish Against Everything Fun And Delicious." Members of this group contain the Puss family, the leader being Mrs. Gristle Puss. They have only been seen in one episode, "Banned in Bikini Bottom". AGOFAEFAD has shut down the Krusty Krab once because the Krabby Patties were blamed as being fun and delicious according to SpongeBob's musical tribute. They were able to shut it down because Gretle's husband, Al Puss, is the Bikini Bottom Chief of Police. When Plankton told them about a new secret Krusty Krab, AGOFAEFAD rushed over with Al. At the end, Al was eating a Krabby Patty and when Gretel tried to stop him from eating that, her shoe was untied and she tripped and ate one herself. As she adored it and sang SpongeBob's musical tribute, she decided that Krabby Patties should not be illegal anymore.
Administrator Flotsam is the boss of the Replacement Doctor. He first appears in The Lost Mattress.
He is a green fish with a grey suit and grey pants. He also has a red tie, a white shirt and has black shoes.
Al Puss serves as the Bikini Bottom Chief of Police.
Several large prehistoric fish that wakes up SpongeGar in the beginning of "Ugh" They make the same loud alarm as his descendant's clock makes. They look like the still living Prehistoric fish, the Coelacanth, excluding the large size. They only appear in the Advanced Prehistoric Era along with SpongeGar & others in Ugh.
Alaskan Bull Worm
The Alaskan Bull Worm is a large white worm that eats anything it sees. All of Bikini Bottom is scared of it, and it is seen in Sandy, SpongeBob and the Worm. The worm is able to easily destroy property by eating it. It is one of the most humongous creatures in the series as its mouth is mistaken to be a giant cave, its tongue is mistaken to be a giant worm and its large enough to crush an entire city by itself.
At the Krusty Krab, SpongeBob gives everybody a description of the worm; he says it is big, scary, and pink. Sandy says she can fight the worm, but SpongeBob tries to stop her numerous times, even through she refuses numerous times. SpongeBob and Sandy are later chased by the worm in the episode, until they lost the worm when it accidentally fell off a cliff and crushed Bikini Bottom. Although it was monstrous, it seems to have an ability to talk, as shown when he fell from that cliff and landed on Bikini Bottom (which was pushed to an area below the cliff), it said "Oooouch!", but it is unknown if it could say other words.
The Alaskan Bull Worm has appeared in two video games. First in SpongeBob SquarePants: Revenge of the Flying Dutchman, the worm was a boss while SpongeBob and Sandy were learning karate in the worm's cave. The only way to win is karate chop the dark blue breath back to the worm, and not the green one. Second in Creature from the Krusty Krab, the worm swallowed SpongeBob in the beginning of the level Alaskan Belly Trouble. The rest of the level involves Spongebob trying to escape the worm.
He is very big with a tongue that looks like a smaller worm, which Sandy ties in a knot. The worm is very mean and eats anything on its way. The running gag in the episode wad that the worm continued to bite of the butt of a fish.
Alexander Clam Bell
Clam that was made to look like Alexander Graham Bell in Shell City.
Aliens who help Patrick in the space level.
(Alien) Cyborgs appeared in the episode, "SpongeHenge."
Alley snails are parody of alley cats, appeared in the episode "Have You Seen This Snail?", they are a gang of outlaw snails who like nachos, oddly these snails were capable of speaking instead of meowing (although this may be what Gary is hearing). One snail got picked up by grandma.
Alternative Universe Patrick
In Roller Cowards, he called Patrick a big crybaby before getting knocked out by Patrick.
Alternate Universe SpongeBob
Alternate Universe SpongeBob appears in "Chimps Ahoy" when Patrick supposedly invented the already-invented mirror. He lives in the mirror, or in a parallel universe. His only line is, "Well, I thought it was a pretty good idea" after Patrick gets discouraged after he finds out that it was already invented. He speaks in a Ukrainian accent, a reference to the Ukrainian creator, Stephen Hillenburg. He also appears in "Wet Painters". His only line in that episode was, "You're on your own, pal". He also appeared in "Something Smells" in which he cracks his mirror after smelling SpongeBob's breath.
Two green fish who carry injured people on a stretcher into an ambulance. Seen whenever someone is injured and has to be taken to the hospital.
Anchovies are fish that seem to be very smart; many of them are business men and nerds. They can be annoying when in a feeding frenzy which happened once at the Krusty Krab. Most anchovies can be found on the street in Downtown Bikini Bottom. They are in a very skinny shape. Their voices are similar to the Nematodes and ducks. Their voices have been changed sometimes. In Help Wanted they only say Meep Meep, but in Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy VI: The Motion Picture they can say Unite!, And in Neptune's Party they say Trun Trun Trun Trun Trun!
The anchovies were the key to SpongeBob's success because without them, he would not be working at the Krusty Krab. Believe it or not, they're the first fish to appear in the TV series. They appear to be successful men who have rich and great jobs with lots and lots of money. Billy Fishkins is the most popular anchovy in Bikini Bottom. Anchovies are usually brown or blue.
Angela is a student at Bikini Bottom High School; she likes Brad.
Angry Jack is a green fish and the manager of Angry Jack's Shell Emporium. He first appeared in the Season 7 episode, Shell Shocked.
He is actually a nice guy who makes his commercials louder/better by being angry. However, when SpongeBob accidentally destroyed all the shells in his store, Angry Jack became angry for real.
Angry Jack is green and a white shirt and a pink tie. He also has a brown belt and a pair of brown pants, a yellow fin, and looks like the trainer out of the episode, Sing a Song of Patrick.
Annette is a generic pink female fish who resembles Evelyn in appearance, but with blonde hair. She is one one of Larry's admirers in the episode "SpongeGuard on Duty". When Larry introduced her to SpongeBob, she kicked sand at him. When she found out that he was a "lifeguard", she became one of his admirers too. In "The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie", she tells Squidward about the bucket hats.
Appetizer is a food monster in "Squilliam Returns".
Fish who got sand in his buns ("Ripped Pants").
The Art Dealer was only mentioned in the episode Fools in April. It is unknown what he looks like. Squidward wanted to make a deal with him. Mr. Krabs and SpongeBob tricked Squidward into making him go to work to see him. It is unknown if he will be mentioned again or ever seen for real. It may be noted that he may not even exist and a was just a prank to get Squidward to go to work. Then suidwards quits momentarly because of the prank, but Spongebob beggs Squidward to not quit and he doesn't.
Human who dropped his pencil into the ocean, falling into Bikini Bottom. Same voice as Plankton. Played by Doug Lawrence.
The Atomic Flounder is a retired villain of Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy. He is seen in the episode Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy II. In the episode, Mermaid Man points him out to SpongeBob, and tells him that "he doesn't look like much, but he could go back to crime...just like that." That was enough for SpongeBob to attempt to arrest him. This enraged the Atomic Flounder enough to attack Barnacle Boy with his atomic breath.
The Atomic Flounder seems to be the only villain that aged unlike ManRay, the Dirty Bubble, The Moth, and Kelp Thing. He is a very light colored flounder. He wears a green sweater over a yellow shirt and red tie, brown plaid pants, a tiny hat and carries an umbrella as cane but in The Guy Club for Villains he was lavender and his eyes are like aliens and he has a tail and he has no sweater, no umbrella, no plaid pants, no tie, no hat and no shirt just a thing used for box fights.
Aunt Sally is the aunt of Mr. Krabs .She (and her false teeth) was just mentioned in the Episode: SpongeBob SquarePants vs. The Big One. Flying Dutchman dated her in high school.
Awesome Eddie is a green fish that helps SpongeBob, Patrick and Squidward to get to Jack Kahuna Laguna.
Awesome Eddie has green skin, orange hair, brown pants and a white dirty t-shirt.
Awesome Eddie is very happy sometimes. Squidward calls him and the others in the episode SpongeBob SquarePants vs. The Big One hippies. His friends are Big G, Silent Stan, Twitch and Chip. Hates Barnacle Boy
Baby Smith is an unnamed child of Harold and Martha Smith. This child was cheered up on a bus by SpongeBob in a Random Act of SpongeBob short.
Barbara is a pink fish that appeared in the episode, The Krusty Sponge.
Barbara has currently first appeared on TV with a fish called Bob.
She is mostly happy.
She is a pink fish with yellow hair. She also has purple eyelids and a blue shirt.
Barnacle Boy, real name Kyle (born December 13, 1941) is the 68-year old semi-retired superhero sidekick of Mermaid Man. He is voiced by Emmy Award-winning comedian and actor, Tim Conway. He, along with Mermaid Man, are the only real humans to appear multiple times on the show (excluding Patchy the Pirate and other characters appearing in his segments). He is a parody of both Aqualad and Robin, and his costume is a cross between the Silver Age Aqualad and Gilligan of Gilligan's Island.
Barnacle Boy is thin, bald, has large nose similar to Squidward's, and wears a white sailor cap, a black mask and a blue cape. He also wears a dark blue rubber gloves and boots and a red shirt and rubber black shorts. Being younger, he is more sane and self-aware than Mermaid Man. However, Barnacle Boy is also more cranky and rude. He often calls Mermaid Man an "old coot".
Barnacle Boy possesses powers similar to Mermaid Man, though he lacks the belt powers. Barnacle Boy also has "Sulfur Vision" (a form of heat vision), which Mermaid Man has never been shown to have. Like Mermaid Man, his powers do not work as well as they used to.
Despite being a senior citizen, Barnacle Boy is still treated like a child by his mentor, much to his disdain. In "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V", when Mermaid Man orders a Pipsqueak Patty (a very small version of a Krabby Patty intended for children) for Barnacle Boy at the Krusty Krab, they get into an argument which ultimately results in Barnacle Boy becoming a villain and forming a group called "E.V.I.L." (Every Villain Is Lemons) with Man Ray and the Dirty Bubble. After a protracted fight with Mermaid Man and the "International Justice League of Super Acquaintances (whose costumes and powers are assumed by the main characters of the show), which E.V.I.L. actually wins, he and Mermaid Man patch things up. Barnacle Man, as he likes to be called, gets a little more respect now (even though he mentions that an adult-sized Krabby Patty actually is too big for him).
In the video game Battle for Bikini Bottom, it is revealed that Barnacle Boy has a son, a daughter-in-law, and four "screaming" grandchildren.
Barnacle Man is a villain who is only seen in the episode: Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V. He is part of Every Villain Is Lemons. He is the alter ego of Barnacle Boy when he was briefly a villain. He has the same powers as Barnacle Boy. He is just Barnacle Boy with a cape.
Bart is a student at Mrs. Puff's Boating School.
The Beach Band was a small band led by SpongeBob SquarePants that only appeared in Ripped Pants. SpongeBob was the lead singer and played the guitar with the turtle playing the Krusty Buns and bass, the female sunburned fish playing the bongo and tambourine, and the Whale playing the drum set. It only had one show which turned into a smash hit. Its only song being called Ripped Pants (song)
Beary (sometimes referred to as SpongeBear Jr.) is a teddy bear that first appears in the episode Skill Crane. Beary is the first prize that SpongeBob wins from the skill crane. He seems to be SpongeBob's favorite, even calling Beary "SpongeBear Jr." at one point. Squidward wins a teddy bear which he named Teddy that looks kind of like Beary, but is smaller and darker. He can also cook Krabby Patties without assistance, according to SpongeBob.
Beary makes a very brief appearance in the episode The Donut of Shame, being at the tea party that SpongeBob and Patrick had on Patrick's birthday.
Beary has the alter ego "Confess-A-Bear" who appeared in the episode The Pink Purloiner.
Ben Flenny is a news reporter in Bikini Bottom. He just appears in the episode SpongeBob's Last Stand. He is a substitute for Perch Perkins. He is in Bikini Bottom News.
Bert is a cameo character used in the episode Porous Pockets, mentioned by Harold. He appears to be Harold's friend as he always gives him money that Harold borrows. Bert might have a bad memory, because he accidentally called Harold by the name Bill.
Bert looks like an average person in Bikini Bottom. He has blue shades, a green t-shirt and orange pants. It is shown that he is a purple fish. He is also seen with a beard.
Betsy Krabs (Born March 21, 1929) [frequently called Mama Krabs] is Eugene Krabs's mother and Pearl Krabs's grandmother. The episodes that have featured her have shown her to be very strict and no-nonsense. In "Sailor Mouth", she makes Mr. Krabs, SpongeBob, and Patrick repaint her pink anchor home as punishment for foul language, and in "Mid-Life Crustacean", she grounds her son for the night after he steals her bloomers. In "Enemy In-Law", she briefly dates Plankton, but turns down his marriage proposal. She is voiced by Paul Tibbitt in her first two appearances, and by Sirena Irwin in all later appearances. Voiced by Irwin, her voice sounds younger and has more of a Scottish accent. Her phone number is 791347. In the episode "Friend or Foe" she was shown younger, without wrinkles or gray hair and her name was revealed to be Betsy. She makes two minor appearances in "Spongicus", in the Krusty Krab and at the Chum Coliseum,.
In the same manner by which all octopi on the show are modeled after Squidward, Mrs. Krabs is very similar to her son in terms of appearance. She has wrinkly skin, wears a purple dress and large blue glasses, and has a small patch of fluffy white hair. In "Friend or Foe", which takes place around 30-40 years in the past, she looks no younger than in her other appearances.
Beth is a student who once attended Mrs. Puff's Boating School. She graduated before the episode, "Hall Monitor" occurred. She was also only mentioned by Mrs. Puff herself and someone shouting "She Graduated".
Betty is the fake name of the waitress in the restaurant Diner. She was only seen in the episode: Missing Identity. SpongeBob wonders if she lost her identity because she was using someone else's clothes (while her own clothes were at the cleaners).
Betty is obviously a fish and she has red bushy hair. Her physique is not shown but she does not look fit by her upper body look.
Big G is a brown fish. He helps SpongeBob, Patrick and Squidward to get to Jack Kahuna Laguna. He only appeared in the episode SpongeBob SquarePants vs. The Big One.
Big G is a brown fish, he has brown hair, green pants and green glasses.
Big G just coughs. It is unknown if he can actually speak. His friends are Twitch, Awesome Eddie, Chip (fish) and Silent Stan. Squidward once called him and the others hippies.
Big Johnny is a green fish the looks like a smaller Tom. He once ate a Chum Burger and he disliked the patty.
He used to call Mr. Krabs, Rag Boy.
He is a green fish with a purple shirt and blue pants.He also has green hair and green lips. His eyes are slightly different to Tom's.
Big Lenny is a jellyfish from Bikini Bottom. He looks exactly like a normal jellyfish, but his skin is darker and he has an evil-looking face. He kills victims by giving them fatal electric shocks. In "I'm Your Biggest Fanatic," it is revealed that Dr. Mannowar is the only known person to have survived an attack by Big Lenny, getting by with only a huge bump on his cheek that hurts when touched.
Big Mac the Bartender
Big Mac The Bartender is a character featured in the game Employee of the Month.
He looks like quite a tough fish, and owns The Rusty Anchor. He also seems quite friendly. He helped Mermaid Man get into the Invisible Boatmobile.
He lives in Rock Bottom and his job is the Bartender in the Rusty Anchor. His friends may be SpongeBob, Patrick, Mermaid Man and Jojo The Repairman.
Bikini Bottom Police Force
The Bikini Bottom Police are a well organized police force. They have Police cars, trucks and planes to use. They have many officers and bases. There is no cars parked here and the only person there is un-uniformed Anchovy officer. Although a door behind him is locked and the sound of phones and 911 emergencies can be inside. Their first appearance is in Hall Monitor, and didn't appear again until the episode: F.U.N.. They are seen in many, many other episodes. Most of the police are known to arrest people for strange reasons, like littering.
Bikini Bottom Relator
Bikini Bottom Realtor is a realtor that almost sold Squidward's house on "Opposite Day"
Bikini Bottom Symphony Orchestra
The Bikini Bottom Symphony Orchestra is a group of fish who perform orchestral compostions, even though there are band instruments mixed in the group. They have been seen only in the episode, "Suction Cup Symphony."
Members of the band contain:
- Billy Fishkins as a violinist
- Peterson as the drummer
- Richard A. Bottomfeeder as the tuba player
- Mable as the pianist
- Martha Smith as the harpist
- SpongeBob as the vocalist
- A chello player
- A Doubel Bass player
Billy is a cameo character seen in many episodes. He is a little kid who is seen playing with Timmy and other kids. His name is revealed in the episode: Squirrel Jokes. He likes to accompany his mom when she goes to the Barg'n Mart.He is not to be cofused with, Billy (Teenager).
He went to the Sun N Fun camp with Timmy, SpongeBob and Patrick in the episode: The Inmates of Summer.
Billy has 3 different appearances.
The first variation of Billy has brown skin. He wears a red shirt and a blue and yellow-striped beanie. This is the most common variation of Billy.
The second one has a yellow and green-striped shirt. He has green skin. This variation is only seen in the episode: Pickles & Walking Small, although it is also seen in other episodes with a non-speaking role.
The third one was in Professor Squidward, he was a teen (or adult) and his name was revealed when he wrote it on the chalkboard.
However, all of these Billys may be different people.
Billy appeared at the Chum Bucket for only one episode. He appears in many episodes at the Krusty Krab. He is not to be confused with Billy.
He is a brownish-greenish fish with blue pants.
Billy Blenny was only mentioned in The Inmates of Summer. His name is Billy like Billy. Not much is known about him. He went to Sun Fun Island.
Billy Bob Star
Billy Bob Star (born August 23, 1927) is Sluggo and Herb's father. His wife is Maw Titter. He is Patrick and Gary's grandfather. He was a part of the Seestar Tree. He just appeared in the episode: Rule of Dumb on a map. He was a part of Gary's and Patrick's family. Not to be confused with Plankton's cousin, who is also called Billy Bob
Billy Fishkins is a blue Anchovy that goes to Pearl's high school. In Whale of a Birthday, he has black hair and wears a tuxedo. Pearl and her friends seem to like him. He dates Judy, one of Pearl's friends. He, like Pearl's ex-boyfriend Octavius Rex, only says "Meep". He only appears in 3 episodes: The Chaperone, Whale of a Birthday and Suction Cup Symphony. In all episodes, he looks different. He has interacted with SpongeBob in all episodes.
The Biologist is a character from the PC game Lights, Camera, Pants!
He is a green fish, and has glasses and facial hair. He wears a cream-colored hat with a cream-colored shirt and black boots as well.
When you find him in the game he tells SpongeBob random facts about Jellyfish, and asked SpongeBob to get him a solar radar thing that helps him figure out more about jelly fish. To get the solar radar, you have to get a pearl from a clam and swap it for the solar radar whith Mack Mackeral. Then trade the solar radar for a battery with the biologist.
Birdy is a bird who is one of Sandy's pets. Gets fed twice a day.
Black/White Whale was buried in the sand and forgotten in "Ripped Pants".
The Black Smith appeared in the episode Dunces and Dragons; he works as a black smtih and gave SpongeBob his armour.
He is a purple fish, and he wears brown clothes with Silver Armour.
Black Snail is seen in "One Krabs Trash" where it hisses angrily at Mr. Krabs in Floater Cemetery. A parody of a black cat.
Blackjack Squarepants (Born October 15, 1981) is Spongebob's older cousin who beat up Spongebob when they were young since Blackjack was very angry after all he was forced to put up with. Later in life, he was sent to prison for almost six years. He first appears in the episode "BlackJack", where he is released from prison, and his family holds a party to welcome him back. Spongebob believes that Blackjack had kidnapped his parents until the true nature of the situation is revealed. Spongebob's father explains to him that Blackjack has learned his lesson and renounced his criminal ways (which are revealed to have simply been littering). While he was in prison, Blackjack invented a remote that could shrink him from average to the size of a shoe to the size of a shoe to average. And he is very respectful to Spongebob now. He is voiced by John Di Maggio.
Blackjack is exactly the same size as Spongebob, he has muscular arms and he secretly has blue eyes. Blackjack has a very gruffly voice and is circled shaped, compared to Spongebob's square shape. He dresses up in Biker-Gang clothing (white shirt, red wrist bands, blue jeans with belt buckle like Spongebob's, and black cowboy-like boots). He has a pet worm, and lives in a cabin-like house only next door to his Uncle Blue Squarepants' house. Blackjack is known to be tough. Blackjack has not "changed a bit" as SpongeBob notes: He is actually the same size of Spongebob and before the episode "BlackJack", before Blackjack sent Spongebob a letter, Blackjack invented a remote and brought it with him while being set free from prison and he secretly used it to become the size of Spongebob's foot before tickling it. The only strongest things he can do to Spongebob is tickle his feet and other parts, wrestle him instead of using him as jump rope this time, and give him a noogie on the head. Plus, he loves giving Spongebob big hugs.
Blonde eel is a fish that wanted to tell him how to tie his shoes, but she couldn't since she is an eel. She appeared in "Your Shoe's Untied."
The Blue Fish is a blue fish that appeared in the episode, Missing Identity and Doing Time.
He is never angry. It is unknown if he will make another appearance.
The Blue Fish is a blue fish that has a dark blue leather jacket and black shoes and dark blue. He also has a white t-shirt and a red tie.
Blue jellyfish are a rarely seen color variant of jellyfish and are thought to be a rare subspecies. They could be blue bottles due to their similiarity to jellyfish and also similiar appearance.
The first instance of a blue jellyfish is in "Tea at the Treedome".
The most prominent appearance of a blue jellyfish is in "Jellyfish Hunter." The blue jellyfish was known as "No Name", until SpongeBob caught it. No Name helped SpongeBob stop Mr. Krabs from using jellyfish jelly for the Krabby Patties, in which they succeeded. In the end, No Name was caught by SpongeBob and renamed to Friend.
In the video game, Revenge of the Flying Dutchman, the player fights wild blue jellyfish. A boss is a big blue jellyfish with smaller ones protecting it. To defeat the boss, the player most catch the smaller blue ones with the fishing net, not touching them. While the player catches the jellyfish, the must hit the blue jellyfish with the bubbles to become the greatest jellyfisher ever. Blowing bubbles on the stingers is uneffective.
Blue jellyfish have also been seen in "The Pink Purloiner" and "The Thing".
Blue Lip is a giant clam that once ate Mr. Krabs' millionth dollar. In order to get it back Mr. Krabs traded his entire body, except his head and his left arm. He appears in "Clams".
Blue Squarepants is Spongebob and Blackjack's uncle seen in the Episode: Blackjack. In the episode, SpongeBob said he needs some help from a crime fighter like Blue to save his parents from Blackjack. Unfortunately, Blue told his nephew, Spongebob that those days are over as Blue was retired from being a police captain.
Uncle Blue is very lazy, but it's probably because he's retired. He enjoys drinking Clam Tomato Chowder Juice, and listening to classic music with his record player.
Uncle Blue is Spongebob's uncle yet he is shaped like a sea sponge (Spongebob is shaped like a kitchen Sponge). Uncle Blue has holes all over his body just like the rest of the Squarepants family. He is light orange in color. Uncle Blue and Spongebob's teeth look the same. He wears a blue cap and has a grey beard. His name comes from his blue cap that he wears all the time.
The Blue Wrestler is a blue fish that appeared in the episode, Krusty Krushers at the wrestling match with Jim (Wrestler).
The Blue Wrestler is a blue fish. He has black and blue hair and a yellow t-shirt.
A Boat Jacker is a car stealer mentioned in No Free Rides. You have to wear a "ski mask" as well to be a boatjacker.
SpongeBob thought that Mrs. Puff was a boatjacker when Mrs Puff stole his new boat.
Boaty is SpongeBob's boat. It is first seen in the episode: No Free Rides. It was given to him at Mrs. Puff's House during the celebration thrown by Mother and Father SquarePants when SpongeBob got his driver's license from extra credit. No Free Rides. Mrs. Puff has attempted to boatjack it. SpongeBob loved the boat alot. SpongeBob, despite the fact he does not have his driver's license, still keeps it in his garage.
Boaty is an old-fashioned looking boat. It is brown-colored and shaped like a regular boat. It has a radio and the license plate IM RDY (I'm Ready).
Boaty is a boat that appeared in the episode, Gone.He is not to be confused with SpongeBob's first boat, Boaty.
He is not angry, but he once thought that SpongeBob had a meat puppet in his room that looked like Patrick. This was true, but SpongeBob didn't want him to know. He does not like Krabby Patties. In fact, he hates them.
He is a normal white and red boat.
Bob is a green fish that appears on the Bikini Bottom News most of the times he makes appearances. He is voiced by Rodger Bumpass.
He first appeared on TV with Barbara.
He is mostly happy like Barbara.
He is a green fish that has black and green hair and has a double chin. He has a purple tie and a brown suit. He is orange in Professor Squidward.
Bodybuilder is a bodybuilder that appeared in Life of Crime. His only line was "Ja, buns and thighs!" supporting SpongeBob's statement, "All this running is good for your buns and thighs." He (bodybuilder) speaks like Arnold Schwarzenegger, in an Austrian Accent.
Boy Scout fish
Boy Scout fish helped Mr. Krabs from place to place when his help was not wanted (twice) ("Mid-Life Crustacean").
Boys Who Cry
Boys Who Cry is a band that was seen in the episode, "Whale of a Birthday." Both Squidward Tentacles and Pearl Krabs are fans of this group. Squidward knows the words to every song created by this band. Their band title is a reference to Boys Don't Cry. They are known to charge $1,000,000 just to show up at any place for singing. Mr.Krabs was really charged for having them sing at the lawn of the Krusty Krab for Pearl's birthday. SpongeBob hired them because he had bought everything Pearl wanted. They have two known singles: 4-Ply and It's All About You.
Brad is a student at Bikini Bottom High School; Angela likes him.
Brian Flounder first appeared in the episode The Chaperone. His first line was "Meep". He is one of Pearl friend's boyfriend. He apparently goes to the same Math class as Pearl.
He has black hair and brown skin. He wears a suit.
Bubble Bass is an overweight bass who has appeared in a few of the earlier episodes. Bubble Bass is a very fat green bass who wears an orange tank-top. He also wears glasses and is quite stubby. His lips and other parts of his body are darker green. He has a bit of speech impediment and breathes very deeply, possibly due to his obesity. He is voiced by Dee Bradley Baker.
Bubble Bass' most significant appearance was in "Pickles," when he asks for a Krabby Patty from the Krusty Krab, and it becomes clear that he is particularly fussy. It is also clear that SpongeBob and Bubble Bass have met before, and that Bubble Bass is merely looking to test SpongeBob's fry cooking skills. When Bubble Bass tests a Krabby Patty, and shows to everyone that SpongeBob forgot to put pickles on it, he causes SpongeBob to go into a state of shock, and forces him to take time off, claiming he has forgotten how to make Krabby Patties altogether. However, SpongeBob later achieves his confidence back and resumes his role as fry cook when Bubble Bass returns once again. Again, he orders a Krabby Patty from SpongeBob with pickles, which SpongeBob delivers, only to hear Bubble Bass claim that there are no pickles yet again. However, SpongeBob realizes that Bubble Bass had been hiding the pickles underneath his tongue the entire time, from both Krabby Patties. At the mercy of the angry customers, Bubble Bass makes a break for it before they can punish him for his deceit.
Bubble Bass makes another, minor appearance in "F.U.N.," where he accidentally sits on Plankton and confused him for a jellybean.
Bubble Buddy (born November 16, 2000) is a sentient soap bubble created by Spongebob when he felt alone in the episode, "Bubble Buddy."Spongebob takes him to the Krusty Krab and Goo Lagoon, where the seemingly inanimate bubble inadvertently causes trouble and angers everyone they come in contact with. At the Krusty Krab, he forces Squidward to remake his Krabby Patty several times in order to suit his alleged preferences. According to Spongebob, Bubble Buddy is lactose intolerant, drinks shampoo instead of soda, prefers no crust, pickles to the left, four squirts of ketchup, wheat buns, non-deli lettuce, and farm raised tomatoes; carnival style - and at some point before eating requires a massage. He also fails to pay for the meal, paying in "bubble money", which is not real and quickly pops out of existence. Later on, at Goo Lagoon, Spongebob and Bubble Buddy continue to make trouble. Spongebob leaves Bubble Buddy with Scooter, who is buried up to his head in the sand, saying he will unbury him, and Scooter is killed when the high tide comes. When Bubble Buddy "has to go to the bathroom", Spongebob leaves him in the bathroom for two hours, making everyone else wait. While dancing with Bubble Buddy, Spongebob inadvertently insults the other dancing beachgoers by saying "shake that bubble butt", which the people take as calling them fat. When Bubble Buddy shakes Pearl's hand, which had just been dirtied by Grubby Grouper, making her never wanting to wash it again, it is cleaned off. After all these shenanigans, an angry mob is formed, who surround Spongebob and Bubble Buddy. Just as he is about to be popped by a needle, Bubble Buddy suddenly comes alive, much to the shock of the people, and decides to leave, saying that "things are getting a little weird around here." A bubble taxi picks him up and he leaves with a suitcase and disappears into the sky. He also appears in the video game Battle for Bikini Bottom as one of the major secondary characters who appear in several of the game's levels, and also serves as a tutorial character who explains and teaches SpongeBob's various bubble moves. He is voiced by Doug Lawrence. He says at the end of the episode, "Happy Leif Ericcson Day!," to Spongebob.
Bubble Poppin' Boys
The Bubble Poppin' Boys is a group of gangsters who dislikes bubble blowing in the city of New Kelp City. They have create chaos and teror in New Kelp City and, by the mayor, they exist over 20 years. They have only been stopped by SpongeBob. Only the leader spoke, and he was voiced by Ray Liotta.
Not much is known about them, though it is known that they scared everyone in New Kelp City into never blowing bubbles. They hate bubbles because when they pop, it stings their eyes.
SpongeBob SquarePants sent them out of the city by blowing a giant bubble, trapping them inside as it floated out of the town. When this happened, all of New Kelp City decided to celebrate and blow bubbles. The mayor of the city even decided to resign and give his mayoral post to SpongeBob as a reward.
The Bubble Poppin' Boys all have black pompadour haircuts, black leather jackets with their logo on the back, jeans, and black boots. Their leader has orange scales and can make a claw grow out of his pinky finger. Three other Bubble Poppin' boys have similar appearances, yet one has green scales, one has purple, and one has red. Another member of the gang is also red, but he is considerably more muscular then the other members.
The Bus Driver is an orange fish that drove the bus in the episode, Sand Castles in the Sand. It is unknown if she will return as a bus driver again.
She is an orange fish with black and green hair and red lips. She also has a white shirt and dark blue pants.
She is angry and annoyed at SpongeBob and Patrick.
She is a Bus Driver.
Bus Robot is a robotic servant that gives advice and compliments on accomplishing tasks and after someone finishes a song. He looks like a cylindrical computer on wheels and has a hologram on the top of his computer that reveals a blue amulet-shaped holo-screen when needed.
A butler appears in Krabby Patty No More.
He is the butler on the train SpongeBob and Patrick board.
Bryan SquarePants is Spongebob's uncle who is his Cousin Larry's father.
The Campers are two people looking for the Flying Dutchman's treasure in the PC version of Lights, Camera, Pants!
Camper One is fat, has facial hair, yellow shirt, red headgear and blue pants.
Camper Two is skinny, has a buck tooth and small white lines over his chin, and wears red-and-black checkered shirt, red headgear and blue pants.
The campers were trying to find the Flying Dutchman's "treasure", which turned out to be his dining sock.
Captain Magma is a superhero who is first seen in the episode: Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V. He is part of The International Justice League of Super Acquaintances. He is briefly Squidward. He has the ability to shoot lava from his head. His costume seemingly is a red jumpsuit and a volcano hat which spurts out lava. In The Bad Guy Club for Villains, he is called "Professor Magma".
The Car Stealer only appeared in the movie The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie. He has a wrench to threathen people who don't want to give him his car. He stole the Patty Wagon from SpongeBob and Patrick, by asking them to step out of the car then he hopped in and drove away to the Thug Tug. He is a boatjacker.
He has a black mask,and black pants. He has a black jacket with a ripped efect. He is a buff dark blue fish who seems very tough and unfriendly. He is just like every other character has white eyes.
Carl works for Howard Blandy, and becomes manager of the Krusty Krab in the episode "Selling Out".
After the Krusty Krab was bought out by Mr. Blandy and rechristened the "Krabby O'Monday's", Carl became its manager and supplied SpongeBob and Squidward with their new outfits and employee manuals, as they too became employees of Mr. Blandy as part of the deal with Mr. Krabs. With the new ownership of the restaurant, he put a giant flat screen TV, an automated cash register, and a Krabby Patty machine in Krabby O'Monday's. Carl seems to always be cheerful and smiling, but is actually quite sinister if the employees prove inefficient at their tasks; he hires a big, strong, unnamed fish to "talk" to any employees who aren't as cheerful as he. He also disposes of the original Krabby Patty recipe and creates synthetic patties, made from a raw, inedible, gray substance cooked, painted, and flavored to taste like real food.
He later hires Mr. Krabs as a busboy, but pushes him over the edge when Mr. Krabs discovers how Carl is running the place. Mr. Krabs retaliates by showing the customers what their patties are really made of, scaring them off. He then sabotages the synthetic patty maker by jamming an automated cash register into the machine. Panicked, Carl asks for Mr. Blandy's help, as Mr. Krabs is a "free thinker". Mr. Blandy arrives just in time to witness the synthetic patty maker explode, creating a flood that destroys Krabby O'Monday's and sends everyone out of the restaurant. As Carl is washed away by the overflow of gray gunk, he asks Blandy, "Does this mean I won't get that raise, sir?" Carl may later have been fired by Mr. Blandy or simply found a new position elsewhere.
Carl is a fish with a lavender suit and glasses, his eyes are widely spaced. He wears a purple necktie with one stripe roughly in the middle. Carl has a small name tag displaying "Carl" on the left side of his shirt. He is smiling almost all time in that episode.
He is voiced by C.H. Greenblat, former SpongeBob SquarePants story board artist and Chowder creator.
Carl Star (1877-1965) is Princess Tulsa's other brother, a son of Amoeba and Mildew. He is Patrick and Gary's great-granduncle. He was a part of the Seestar Tree. He just appeared in the Episode: Rule of Dumb on a map. He was a part of Gary's and Patrick's family. He is not to be confused with Carl.
Carlton Ritts is a fish featured in Employee of the Month.
He is a green fish and wears purple clothes. He lives in Waverly Hills, located in Bottom's Up! His house is a mansion, a golden mansion with a platnium door knocker and other fancy things.
Cowfish Craig stole one of his golden coconuts, which angered him. SpongeBob got it back for him and have him a King's Ransom (quarter).
Cashy is the cash register at the Krusty Krab. It had it's first major appearance in the episode, SpongeBob SquarePants vs. The Big One.
Cashy is a gray cash register.
The Cave Dwellers are strange, orange creatures that are seen in the episode Chum Caverns.
The Cave Dwellers are strange-looking creatures. Their skin is orangy with brown hair. They always make screeching noises when they talk.
The Cave Fish was only seen in To Save a Squirrel. He met SpongeBob and Patrick when they arrived in the cave to play Hide and Seek. SpongeBob said, "I like it in here. It's roomy." Then, the Cave Fish laughed. SpongeBob and Patrick thought the laugh came from some mice, but they were definetly wrong. The Cave Fish jumped out and told them he had been there for forty years. He also said they would all be in the cave forever. The Cave Fish turned SpongeBob and Patrick against each other by telling them the only way to survive was to eat what you could. He said, "Eat or be eaten". At the end of the episode, the Cave Fish revealed himself to actually be Sandy Cheeks. She gave SpongeBob and Patrick medals to show that they were survivalists. He is voiced by Roger Bumpass.
Cavey is a caveman from who appeared in the episode: Ugh!. Patchy unfroze him from a block of ice. He looks like a regular caveman. He at first didn't like Potty's robot but now he does.
Charles is a brown fish that appeared in the episode Grooming Gary with his snail Foofy.
Charles has a black moustache, green hair, and a top hat. He also has a black coat with a hot pink handkerchief at the top.
Charlie plays the main role of Mr. Magic's Magical Magic Kit Commercial. His friends describe him as boring, dull, drab and platitudinous. With his voice, he really does not sound exciting and you can see immediately that he really boring. Mr. Magic then transforms him into some kind of magician so his friends would not think that he is that kind of fish. After that transformation he feels very proud and feels he is a new person and he therefore thinks that people and especially his friends will no longer ignore him. Charlie is seen in many episodes before and after Hocus Pocus such as in Walking Small when he sat on SpongeBob, also in Grandma's Kisses when he started making fun of SpongeBob by calling him a baby. In Driven to Tears, Charlie is seen as the judge at the courthouse but is a pinkish color. He also appears in Band Geeks as one of Squidward's band members.
He is a blue fish that wears red trousers. After he was transformed into a magician he then wears a purple cape, Rasputin beard and a red robe decorated with stars.
CheeseHead BrownPants is the name of SpongeBob the people in New Kelp City called him. He only had one appearance. He couldn't remember anything and anyone in Bikini Bottom when he returned.
The Chief is the chief of the Cephalopod Lodge. He only has one appearance and that was in Cephalopod Lodge. He is very old. It is unknown if he will ever re-appear. He hates Squidward at the end of the episode.
Chip is a character from SpongeBob SquarePants vs. the Big One, which was his only appearance. He is friends with Twitch, Silent Stan, Big G, Awesome Eddie, SpongeBob, Patrick, Squidward, and possibly Jack Kahuna Laguna. He is not to be confused with the real chip, Chip.
Claire Gretchen Squarepants (born August 3, 1954) is SpongeBob's mother seen in a few episodes.
Claire Squarepants has a darker yellow circular face. Like Harold Squarepants, she appears to be a "natural" sponge. Her outfit (pearls, pillbox hat, cardigan and matching dress) resemble that worn by famous first lady Jackie Kennedy, as do her black, curly hair and carefully-done make-up.
Mother SquarePants is married to Father SquarePants and they live together in their average house. Their first appearance was in the episode: Home Sweet Pineapple. In the episode Mother and Father SquarePants had top take SpongeBob and Gary home because SpongeBob's House got destroyed. They arrive in the boat but the Pineapple home restored to its original appearance and they went back home. Her full name is Claire Gretchen SquarePants. In the episode: No Free Rides, she, Father SquarePants and SpongeBob surprised Mrs. Puff. They bought SpongeBob a boat and took SpongeBob home. Therefore, she and Father SquarePants are good parents.
It was revealed in the episode: Home Sweet Pineapple that SpongeBob and Gary both lived in Mother and Father SquarePants' home for a long time. She also made an appearance in the episode: Culture Shock. In the episode: New Digs, she and Father SquarePants came to the Krusty Krab (while it was SpongeBob's home) to stay for a while. She was seen taking a shower but was disturbed by Mr. Krabs. In the episode: Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy IV she was trapped in the jar due to SpongeBob's carelessness of using Mermaid Man's Belt.
Also, she appeared in a photo of Sing a Song of Patrick. However, she does not like I Wrote This, the song Patrick had written to Big Shot Records, and she flipped the picture backwards to not hear the song. In the movie, Truth or Square,in a flashback,she is seen pregnant with SpongeBob at the Krusty Krab and give's him his first patty, which explains why Spongebob loves Krabby Patties,wants to work there, why he made his first patty,and all the stuff explained in Help Wanted.
The Clam Burglar is a robber mentioned in the episode The Secret Box.
It is unknown what he/she looks like, but probably wears a black mask and is a robber.
Clamu is a sea oyster, said by SpongeBob to be the largest sea oyster held in captivity. She only appeared in the episode, "The Smoking Peanut." Her sounds are provided by Frank Welker.
Clamu is a purple sea oyster with periwinkle lips. She has a pink-red tongue. She also has some dark purple spots on her shell.
Clamu is a likeness to Shamu, the gigantic wale.
Clamu was a sea oyster at the Bikini Bottom Zoo who regularly spit a pearl 100 feet into the air.
In the epsiode "The Smoking Peanut," SpongeBob came to the Zoo and went to her exhibit. She was sleeping. SpongeBob threw a sea peanut at her, causing her to wake up and start wailing. She also threw one of her trainers, Joe, out of Oyster Stadium, where she was held. The crying could be heard all over the Earth, even above the surface of the water. SpongeBob thought that it was his fault, when the person who caused her distress was Mr. Krabs, who had stolen her pearl.
While she had kept wailing, SpongeBob tried to turn himself in, but Patrick ended up being thought to be the culprit.The fans in the stadium threw peanuts at him yelling "BOO" while Patrick tried to catch them in his mouth tied to two poles on top of a barrel (maybe). SpongeBob said that he had did it, but Mr. Krabs was turned in by Joe, who had surprisingly survived the fall.
Then Clamu's pearl hatched, revealing a baby oyster.
Clamu is very emotional.
The Clarinetland Bird just appears in the episode: Squidward in Clarinetland. Squidward bumps into it when he was chasing SpongeBob to get his clarinet back. The Clarinetland Bird asks what is Squidward doing there and Squidward explained that he wanted to get his clarinet back. The Bird laughed and said that a clarinet cannot be owned. Squidward makes the Bird angry and it eats him up.
Oddly enough, it looks exactly like a bald eagle! He has blue-green eyes and white feathers.
In his stomach, there are many disgusting creatures. Going far into it, you can find mirrors that play the clarinet loudly at you and a giant SpongeBob-themed pinball being played by a giant Patrick.
Clem is one of Plankton's thousands of family members and was one of the last plankton to leave after the failed attack on the Krusty Krab in the episode Plankton's Army. We learn in this episode from him that:
- He Loves Root Beer
- Plankton's first name is Sheldon
- He is illiterate (Cannot read or write)
- He is the leader of Plankton's other cousins
- He's really unintelligent
- He's filthy
Clem has many family members, which are all Plankton's Other Cousins and Plankton. In terms of looks, he is much lighter in color than Plankton, has big teeth and has a cheap cloth type hat over his head.
Cletus Star is a member of Patrick's family, he was meontioned in the episode, SpongeBob's Last Stand. He was said by Patrick to be in a Freedom March and thats why he was arrested and never heard from again.
The Clown was a minor character featured in the episode As Seen on TV and SpongeBob's Last Stand.
His face is painted white, he has crazy orange hair a big red nose and can make animal balloons. He wears a pink flower, a yellow shirt and spotted pants with big blue clown shoes. His attitude is like a mime, because he is silent and only makes noises, not sound.
The Coach is a green fish that appeared in the episode, Sing a Song of Patrick. He attacked Patrick with dodgeballs.
He is a green fish that has a shirt and pants.
He is very angry at Patrick. He always attacks him.
Comic Book Store Clerk
The Comic Book Store Clerk works at the Near Mint Comic Book Store. He first appeared in the episodes, Sing a Song of Patrick and The Card.
The Comic Book Store Clerk is a very angry in the episode, Sing a Song of Patrick, since SpongeBob couldn't pay for the comic books. He is bored and seemingly amused when telling SpongeBob about the Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy Trading Card, No. 54 in the episode, The Card.
The Comic Book Store Clerk is green colored fish. He has green hair, glasses and a light brown T-shirt.
The Con Man is an unnamed background character in SpongeBob SquarePants. His name refers to his appearance in the episode, "Chocolate with Nuts" where he conned for SpongeBob and Patrick's money three times. In "20,000 Patties Under the Sea", he said, "Thank you again.", indicating that he remembers SpongeBob and Patrick. In that very same episode it is shown he is married some time between "Chocolate with Nuts" and is green in "20,000 Patties Under the Sea". He is voiced by Dee Bradley Baker.
He is snide and sneaky, as he tricks the duo during the episode "Chocolate with Nuts" three times, The Con Man first cons them by saying that "only professional chocolate salesmen have chocolate bar carrying bags" and of course they need to have them. The second was that they needed "chocolate bar bag carrying bags" to hold all the bags they just bought, and of course they buy them. However, his most successful attempt was faking that he was "born with paper skin and glass bones and a disease" which impacted the duo heavily for two minutes and guilted them into buying chocolate bars from him to fund his medical expenses.
The Conductor so far just appears in the Episode: Suction Cup Symphony. Squidward gives the Conductor his Symphony. He is actually very old.
He is an orange fish. He has a black suit and a purple bow- tie. He also has grey hair. Nothing much is known about him.
The Construction Worker is a builder appearing in three episodes so far. He hates Squidward, because he destroyed all the buildings he and the other workers were making in the episode Skill Crane. In another episode, Rule of Dumb, he was building buildings for Patrick and in the episode Toy Store of Doom he is one of the workers building the Toy Barrel.
Cowfish Craig is a character featured in Employee of the Month.
He is a "cowfish" that lives in a small shack and lives in Waverly Hills in Bottom's Up! He is a friend of Sandy's and used to live in Texas.
Craig Mammalton is a seal that is very tan and and is only seen in Sun Bleached. He is known for his annual summer shindig. The shindig is fit for only tan people. SpongeBob followed Craig's advice, and he was able to get into the party with his Sun Bleach tan. Craig is also the tannest man on TV. He also has his own book.
Craig is a seal. Everybody loves him because he is very tan and good-looking. He has a bunch of wrinkles.
Craig is shown to be very snobbish, seeings how he made fun of SpongeBob and Patrick. Craig also gets all of the ladies attention. He likes to hang out at Goo Lagoon.
The Criminal only appeared in Bubble Buddy. He is probably in the Bikini Bottom Jail. He like Krabby Patties, since he eats some. He was arrested by the Bikini Bottom Police Force.
He has green skin and a mask. He also has white and black sprites in his clothing.
The "Cyclopes" is a man with an atmospheric pressure diving suit whom doesn't speak - rather laughs in an evil manner. He appeared in The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie. He works at Shell City making "smelly knick knacks".
The Cyclops was 1st mentioned by Mindy when she warned SpongBob and Patrick about the hazerds of going to Shell City. He later appered stepping on Dennis, saveing SpongeBob and Patrick from him. But their happyness was soon crushed when the Cyclops picked them up and took them to Shell City. He is later seen making a clam in to a humors diorama of "Alaxander Clam Bell". He the picked up SpongeBob and Patrick and putting them under a heat lamp so they'll drie out and die, and he'll be able to make them into a nicknack. The Cyclops went to the bathroom wile he waited for them to drie out. But the tear drop they shed ran down a power cord, shorted out the heat lamp, and set off the sprinklers, witch revived SpongeBob and Patrick. They then procceded to get King Neptune's crown, but The Cyclops picked up the crown and growled at them. But the sprinkers revived all the dead sea creatures and they beat up The Cyclops, allowing SpongeBob and Patrick to escape with the crown. The Cyclops's boot is later seen with Dennis on it.
Dale is a character in Ditchin'. He is a relatively small, brownish fish.
Dale was Sandy's badminton partner. They played together against SpongeBob and Patrick. It was found out shortly thereafter that Dale was a convicted felon. He was handcuffed and arrested for violating his parole by eating candy that looked like fish.
It was also found out in Ditchin' that Dale had been a good boating school student until he ditched class, and since then he has lived "the lonely life of a criminal."
Dame Mackerel only appears in the first part of the game Employee of the Month. She has very sensitive skin and SpongeBob needs to get her sunscreen. She also has a British/English accent and she comes from the English Channel.
She wears a scarf with normal clothes and a parasol. She also has purple skin and white hair.
The Dark Knight (not to be confused with The Dark Knight (film)) is Sandy's ancestor that was first seen in the episode Dunces and Dragons. She works for Plankton's ancestor for a while but until SpongeBob, Patrick, and Squidly come along she decides to switch sides because SpongeBob is very good at Karate.
She goes into the castle to save Princess Pearl by telling the guards that she was going to torture SpongeBob, Patrick, and Squidly but just went up to save Princess Pearl. When the jellyfish dragon comes up The Dark Knight gets zapped by it and SpongeBob and Patrick save Pearl from poured into the lava.
The Dark Knight is a brown color, and she is very tall but she is revealed to be very small when she is defeated. She wears orange and yellow medieval armor. The Dark Knight also carries around a weapon known as a mace. It is revealed when she is defeated that she then had a passion for karate, and that she loves it more since SpongeBob and Patrick went back to present time.
Dave is an orange fish that looks like Frank. It is possible that he is a relative of Frank or that he's the same person becuase they look alike. He is not to be confused with Dale.
It is not known if he was ever angry.
He is orange and has a blue shirt and has light green hair.
David Michael Hasselhoff (born July 17, 1952 in Baltimore, Maryland), nicknamed "The Hoff", is an American actor who is best known for his lead roles on "Knight Rider" and "Baywatch", and he also played in the "Sci-Fi" channel original movie "Anaconda 3" along with John Rhys-Davies. He also crossed over to a successful music career, primarily in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. He plays as himself in The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie as said in the credits, but actually, he was portrayed by a robot who was voiced by The Hoff.
David Hasselhoff appears at the end of the movie in order to get SpongeBob and Patrick back to Bikini Bottom. He seemed to not be human in the movie, but was very friendly. SpongeBob and Patrick fought Dennis on David Hasselhoff's body, and then David used his rocket launching pecks to launch SpongeBob and Patrick back to the Krusty Krab II. However, he was burnt by King Neptune's giant ray. Somehow revealed to be alive, he most likely swims to shore.Although,David Hasselhoff only made an appearance in The Spongebob Squarepants movie.He wasn't seen in later episodes,and so far that's his only appearance.
Dead Eye Plankton
Dead Eye Plankton was a villain in 1883 who was from the East. So far, his only mention appearance was in the episode Pest of the West. He is one of Plankton's Ancestors. Dead Eye Plankton was arrested and thrown in jail after he was defeated by SpongeBob's great cowboy ancestor, SpongeBuck SquarePants at high noon by stepping on him. There was a song named after him called "Dead Eye".
Dead Eye Plankton looks like Plankton. Except he had some villaionus cowboy clothes, and a stovepipe top hat, and even though he was so small, everyone was still scared of him.
Debbie Rechid is a citizen of Bikini Bottom. She is purple with blonde hair with a pink headband in wearing a pink dress and a pearl necklace. She's the older daughter of Fred and Sadie Rechid, she is also a student of Mrs. Puff's Boating School. In Missing Identity she was upset that SpongeBob wasn't wearing his name tag so she could thank him properly for giving her order to her. In Once Bitten she and the Bikini Bottomies wanted to kill Gary. She was part of the field trip in Nautical Novice. Debbie is seen in Good Neighbors in a car with a friend taking Squidward the hospital where her mother works. She is seen as a little girl in Christmas Who? although, she's really a teenager. She's the oldest sister of Monroe, Tommy and Baby Rechid.
Dennis Lobster, not to be confused with Dennis of the SpongeBob SquarePants Movie, is a light brown fish with glasses. He went to Elementary school with SpongeBob, and asked him to rub his scalp. He appeared on episodes: One Krab's Trash, The Sponge Who Could Fly, Sing a Song of Patrick, The Two Faces of Squidward, The Inmates of Summer, Krabs vs. Plankton, The Krabby Kronicle, Goo Goo Gas, The Sponge Who Could Fly, and The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie.
Dennis is an antagonist appearing in The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie. 3 ft, 180 lb
He was a mercenary who was hired by Sheldon J. Plankton to kill SpongeBob SquarePants and Patrick Star. The reason being that Plankton stole King Neptune's crown and tricked Neptune into believing the crime was committed by Eugene H. Krabs, so Neptune threatened to execute Krabs (via burning by fire) unless the crown was to be retrieved within a period of six days; Plankton, obviously, wanted Krabs to die of a painful and wrongful execution, and upon learning SpongeBob's and Patrick's journey to get the crown back, he sent Dennis after them.
SpongeBob and Patrick encountered Dennis for the first time during the middle of their journey. Dennis was about to kill them with his "big" spiky boot, only to be stepped on by the Cyclops' "bigger boot". After what happened at Shell City, SpongeBob and Patrick escape and ride on the backside of David Hasselhoff, who speedily swims through the ocean in order to send them back to Bikini Bottom. During the middle of the swim, SpongeBob and Patrick see the boot of the Cyclops that he stepped on Dennis with. Dennis then detaches from the boot and onto Hasselhoff, revealing that he is still alive. He tries to kill SpongeBob and Patrick, but fails yet again. He was knocked off by a pier Hasselhoff swam under, never to be seen again by the viewers. As the Spongebob movie is stated to be the series finale of the show, Dennis is most likely will never be in another episode.
- Wears a red handkerchief around his neck
- Has a necklace with a knife on it
- Has a skull design on the back of his jacket
- All together has a sort of cowboy/biker look
- Never forget his horrible spiked boots that almost killed *Patrick and SpongeBob!
The Dirty Bubble (born May 5, 1959) is the arch-nemesis of Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy. His form is that of a giant, dirty bubble, hence his name. He can capture an object by landing over it and sucking it in. In the episode "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy II," he suddenly appears and attacks Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy, trapping them inside him. When Spongebob emerges from the diner, having found the Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy theme song on the jukebox, he defeats the Dirty Bubble by popping him with a pencil which he claims was for the Dirty Bubble to sign his autograph with (it is uncertain whether he actually wanted his autograph and the popping was inadvertent, or if Spongebob was simply adding humor/irony to the situation). Dirty Bubble somehow returns, alongside Man Ray, alive and well, in "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V". In the episode, Man Ray has teamed up with him to form an organization called E.V.I.L. (Every Villain Is Lemons). When Barnacle Boy tires of Mermaid Man treating him like a little kid, he joins the two, and commits crimes. In the end, Barnacle Boy returns to the good side, leaving Man Ray and Dirty Bubble disappointed. He is a champion at paddleball, as seen in Have You Seen This Snail?. His name might be derived from an episode in an old TV show called "The Wild Wild West" with an episode being named "Night of the Deadly Bubble."
Doggie Williams is a minor character in SpongeBob SquarePants. He has only been in one episode so far, Squirrel Jokes. He is a comedian who usually starts off the night by throwing pies at the audience. He resembles a common Bikini Bottomite, but with hair similar to a clown, clown shoes, a blue and white striped sweater, and a friendly smile.
Don the Whale
Don the Whale is a very muscular whale who is seen hanging around Goo Lagoon with his mate, Larry the Lobster. Don the Whale sometimes hangs around the bar, listening to people talk about their workout routines. He has been in most of the episodes with Goo Lagoon in it, three of them are MuscleBob BuffPants, Ripped Pants, and Texas.
Don the Whale is not a lifeguard; he just hangs out at the beach, mainly staying at the weight lifting area and juice bar. Don is a bodybuilder and Anchor Competition joiner. He can lift anything heavy, but could only throw an anchor 210 yards.
Don the whale is a blue colored, buff orca. When he lifts weights, he has a massive, wide-open mouth with plain white teeth. He also wears blue swimming trunks, and has many muscles on his chest.
Donna is a small character featured in Doing Time.
She looks like a woman, but sounds like a man, and has long blond hair. She is a blue fish and spent time in the Bikini Bottom Jail.
DoodleBob was a crudely made self-portrait of SpongeBob SquarePants. He appeared in the episode "Frankendoodle."
DoodleBob becomes evil, and steals the magic pencil. Because he was created using a magic pencil (which belonged to a human artist at sea who accidentally dropped it into Bikini Bottom, which SpongeBob and Patrick found), DoodleBob came to life. SpongeBob intended to use him to play a harmless prank on Squidward, but when DoodleBob approached Squidward, he turned evil and started to beat him up. SpongeBob and Patrick chased him, and when they cornered him, SpongeBob decided to erase DoodleBob with the magic pencil. However, unknown to SpongeBob and Patrick, SpongeBob forgot to erase his arm.
DoodleBob comes to SpongeBob's house at night and uses the magic pencil to restore himself (and also adds a pair of angry eyebrows). After chasing SpongeBob, he erases a portion of his house and erases some parts of SpongeBob. SpongeBob and DoodleBob struggle with the pencil tug-o'-war-style, which causes it to spilt into two pieces. SpongeBob restores himself, and DoodleBob sharpens his piece of the pencil. DooodleBob corners SpongeBob, but when he steps on a piece of paper, his foot gets stuck to it. When SpongeBob observes this, he gets a sheet of paper and traps DoodleBob's entire body onto it, causing him to smile and then become an ordinary drawing on the paper. SpongeBob then decides to post it onto is wall. Patrick hears all this noise at SpongeBob's house, so he arrives there to investigate. SpongeBob shows him what happened and tells him that DoodleBob was an uncomfortable two-dimensional creature in a three-dimensional world.
Dr. Gill Gilliam
Dr. Gill Gilliam (born December 31, 1968) is a doctor who works in the Bikini Bottom hospital. In addition to being a doctor, he is a veterinarian, snail disease expert, and snail expert too. He first appeared in "I Was a Teenage Gary," where he told SpongeBob that in order to cure Gary, he must inject him with Snail Plasma but because he was to saerd to do it himself (mostly because he most likey know if you get injected with it you would turn in to a snail) SpongeBob get injected with it and turns into a snail. He later appeared in "Suds," where he assigned treatment to SpongeBob when he had the "suds." In "Squid's Day Off," he helped get Mr. Krabs's arms back on him after they fell off. In "The Bully," he told Flatts the flounder that he was in the hospital and that SpongeBob had performed CPR on him for five hours straight. In "No Weenies Allowed," he recommended that SpongeBob go to the Weenie Hut General Hospital, rather than the hospital he was in, because SpongeBob called his injuries "Boo-Boos." He does not like to be touched by those who have food poisoning, such that Mr. Krabs had in "Born Again Krabs". He performed 20 hour-surgery on SpongeBob's gluteus maximus by repairing it with staples and glue. He later appeared in "The Lost Mattress" where he told SpongeBob, Patrick, and Squidward to retrieve Mr. Krabs' money after he fell into a "cash-coma." He made a brief cameo in SquidBob TentaclePants, where he told a woman that she had given birth to a healthy baby, only to have the fused SpongeBob and Squidward to teleport in the baby's place as he shows it to the woman. His name was not revealed until the episode "Once Bitten". He convinced the Bikini Bottomites that Mad Snail Disease is a myth. He is usually purple when seen, except in "Once Bitten" where he is orange. In Slide Whistle Stooges and Shuffleboarding he is called Dr. Forrest, so it is possible that they are twins and the purple Gill Gilliam is Dr. Forrest, and that one of them are married but took their wives last name. He wears a white buttoned coat and glasses. He took a "small" splinter out of Gary's foot thereby curing Grouchy Snailitis. In "The Two Faces of Squidward", Gilliam performed Squidward's operation. He was paranoid with SpongeBob's interuptions during the final stages of the operation. He is also the dentist in Bikini Bottom, as seen in Mid-Life Crustacean. He is voiced by Rodger Bumpass. Also he is one of the only fish with fingers.
Gill is a kindhearted person who treats patients with full up most respect. He has never been nasty although a bit cheeky in the episode: Suds when he 'treated' Patrick. He is a type of person who knows what he is doing, but if someone tells him something that is wrong, he will kindly correct him like in the episode: Once Bitten.
Earlier in the series, Dr. Gill Gilliam was a purple color. As of Season 4, Gill has changed his body color and he looks a bit heavier. He has a mask on top of his head and a white doctor’s shirt with a tag that says he is a snail expert and a snail disease expert. He has big green lips and his eyes are average size, and they are teal or light blue surrounding. He has black eyebrows and he is an average size.
Dr. Manowar is a greenish fish that is known for the only person to survive a sting from Big Lenny. He has a big fat red scar from were he got stung and he says that the scar only hurts if you touch it (which Patrick does). He has a white shirt with brown pants and a tie. He also wears glasses. He only appears in the episode I'm Your Biggest Fanatic. He is giving a speech about his scar when Patrick comes up and touches the scar. His named is punned on the dangerous jellyfish Portugese man-of-war.
Dr. Marmalade is one of Sandy's bosses. He is a friend of Ron Reginald and Professor Percy. He was first seen in the episode Chimps Ahoy. He and the other chimps own the Treedome. He doesn't seem to be unintelligent, and he was the second Chimp to talk. Dr. Marmalade thought that Patrick's name was Mister Doctor Professor Patrick. He is voiced by Nigel Planer.
Dr Marmalade wears a purple vest, light blue long sleeves, a small black bowler hat and dark blue tie. He also has a moustache and he is light brown colored. He is also to be considered to be overweight and has a British accent, along with the other two bosses.
Dr. Peter Lankton
Doctor Peter Lankton is Plankton's alter ego from the episode Fear of a Krabby Patty.
He is just Plankton with a yellow suit and a beard.
When he changed the Chum Bucket, he became Peter Lankton and he was trying to get SpongeBob to tell him the Krabby Patty Secret Formula.
The Elastic Waistband is a superhero who is first seen in the episode: Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V. He is part of The International Justice League of Super Acquaintances. He is briefly Patrick. He has the ability to become very flexible. His costume is a green suit and blue and red goggles.
Eugene Harold Krabs
Eugene Harold Krabs, better known as simply Mr. Krabs (born November 30, 1942) is a cheap and selfish red crab. He is the owner of the Krusty Krab, as well as the employer of both Spongebob and Squidward. Mr. Krabs is often respected by SpongeBob, while Squidward tends to loathe him. Mr. Krabs' greed in the series is exaggerated with him often anthropomorphizing money. He will do almost anything to obtain money or not lose it, usually with no regard to the safety or well-being of others or even himself. Mr. Krabs has a daughter, who is a sperm whale, named Pearl. Also it is shown at one time he and Plankton were friends.
In Eugene's childhood, he and his family were very poor, to the point that his mother had to sew rags for clothes. Their neighbor, Old Man Jenkins, of whom Mr. Krabs thought as family, helped them through these rough times. Plankton, born on the same day as Krabs, was his best friend from birth. While at the carnival one day, Mr. Krabs is exposed to money for the first time by a penny on the ground, and is instantly enthralled by the concept of money. Since then, Eugene H. Krabs has been literally obsessed with money.
Because of his family's poverty, Mr. Krabs was teased at Poseidon Elementary School, where Plankton was his only friend. The only place to get a burger in Bikini Bottom, was Stinky Burger, which, despite being a filthy place with terrible food, was very successful with the children simply because it was the only place to get a burger. After seeing Stinky's wealth, Krabs and Plankton were inspired to create their own burger. Initially, However, no one was willing to buy their burgers. Old Man Jenkins ended up being the first to try the "Plabs burger." However, the burger knocks Jenkins unconscious, which leads Krabs and Plankton to get into an argument, during which Plankton attempts to steal the formula and ends up accidentally ripping it in half, with each of them ending up with one half and going into business alone. However, during their struggle, an ingredient shelf in their restaurant collapsed, dumping the ingredients into the burger batter, creating what would, combined with the Krabs family's secret sauce, become the Krabby Patty secret formula. Both Plankton and Krabs attempt to sell their creations separately, and only Krabs succeeds. This leads Mr. Krabs to start a business which lead his family out of poverty.
Mr. Krabs also served in the navy for a time, during which he acquired the nickname "Armor Abs". Eugene H. Krabs currently lives in a anchor shaped house with his daughter, Pearl. In the Spongebob Trivia Book, Mr Krabs says that Pearl takes after her mother, implying that he married a whale.
Mr. Krabs' career began after a war, where he was secluded in a deep depression that seemed endless. His luck changed when he bought a local bankrupt retirement home, "The Rusty Krab," which he decided to turn into a restaurant, adding a K to "Rusty". He decided to go into business, selling his family's Krabby Patty burger. The Krusty Krab was extremely successful from the beginning, and has for years stood as Bikini Bottom's premiere daytime eatery.
Mr. Krabs' arch business rival is his one-time friend Plankton, who owns a restaurant called "The Chum Bucket" literally right across the street from The Krusty Krab. Plankton, a mad scientist, constantly attempts to steal the Krabby Patty secret formula, frequently utilizing his various robots and other creations. Occasionally, Plankton uses other tactics besides stealing the formula in order to hinder Krabs and attract customers to himself. However, all of Plankton's schemes are doomed to fail, and are constantly thwarted by Krabs, with help from Spongebob and friends. On multiple occasions Plankton is stated to never have had a single actual customer (However, in some recent episodes, such as "Chum Caverns", Plankton's plots do give him brief success).
In "the SpongeBob SquarePants Movie", Mr. Krabs opens The Krusty Krab 2, right next to the original burger joint. He chooses Squidward to manage the restaurant, much to SpongeBob's dismay. However, in the end of the movie, (After Spongebob saves Bikini Bottom and Mr.Krabs' life), he is appointed new manager of the Krusty Krab 2. In "Squilliam Returns", Mr. Krabs works as the Chef in Squidward's fancy new version of the Krusty Krab, but is apparently a terrible cook, creating a disgusting and freakish "appetizer", which eventually comes to life and begins attacking the restaurant's patrons.
Mr. Krabs is short, red and plump and has very tall eyestalks, a crinkled nose, large claws, and very short, pointed legs. He wears a blue shirt and slacks. Krabs is often likened to a sailor or pirate. Many times when he appears onscreen, sailor's music is played. Krabs speaks with a stereotypical pirate-type accent and uses sea-faring vocabulary: he refers to his staff as his "crew", disagreement as "mutiny", Spongebob's kitchen as the "galley". In early episodes, he refers to Squidward almost exclusively as "Mr. Squidward".
As stated above, Mr. Krabs is extremely greedy and miserly, in some cases portrayed as being no better than Plankton, if not even worse. His only interest is to make money, and could not care less for his customers or employees. He frequently associates his customers and products with money, with lines such as "That's me money walking out the door!" It should be noted that, while Mr. Krabs was portrayed as being obsessed with money to the point of anthropomorphizing it from the beginning, he became more miserly, cheap and immoral as the series progressed.
He is prone to fits of insanity if he has to give up so much as a penny, and often goes to irrationally great lengths to acquire or to avoid losing money with little, if any, regard to the safety or well-being of others or even himself (in "Squid's Day Off", he loses both arms and suffers a severe head injury while attempting to pull a dime out of the sink). In "Born Again Krabs", he sells SpongeBob's soul to the Flying Dutchman for sixty two cents, despite the fact that SpongeBob put his life on the line to protect him from the Dutchman. In the same episode, he forces SpongeBob to sell a disgustingly old and contaminated patty that he found under the grill, refusing to let anything that he could potentially make money with go to waste. Ironically, this results in the Krusty Krab losing weeks of business.
His treatment of his employees is just as bad: while inconsistent throughout the series, Spongebob and Squidward's wages are always stated to be extremely low, far below minimum legal wage. In "Bummer Vacation", Spongebob comments that a nickel is "more than (he makes) in a year." In "Big Pink Loser", he implies that instead of being paid, he actually has to pay his boss. He is also shown to abuse his employees, most notably in "Fear of a Krabby Patty", in which he literally forces them to work nonstop 24 hours a day, seven days a week without rest. In "Squid on Strike", Mr. Krabs gives Spongebob and Squidward bills instead of checks on payday, which charge them for any non work-related activity, including standing, breathing, and even existing.And in One Coarse Meal, Spongebob Reveals that he gets paid with FAKE money. His safety measures and maintenance of the restaurant are extremely poor, if not nonexistent, frequently resorting to improvised and obviously inadequate measures to avoid paying for actual insurance and repairs.
In multiple episodes, Mr. Krabs takes advantage of the situation in order to make money, only to have it backfire later on. For example, in "The Krusty Sponge", after a food critic gives the Krusty Krab a good review because of SpongeBob, he completely changes the Krusty Krab to center all around SpongeBob, with SpongeBob condiments, SpongeBob train rides, SpongeBob napkins, SpongeBob ice cubes, and even "Spongy Patties" (really old, rotten Krabby Patties). The "Spongy Patties" give all the customers food poisoning, and Krabs is arrested by one of the customers, who happens to be a cop. In "Money Talks", it is revealed Krabs has sold his soul multiple times, including to the Flying Dutchman and SpongeBob ("He was five bucks short on payday.")
Mr. Krabs can also be incredibly petty. In Plankton's Regular, where the Chum Bucket gets a regular customer, Mr. Krabs breaks down crying, saying that he can't let Plankton have even one solitary customer, even though Plankton said beforehand that he wouldn't try to steal the Krabby Patty formula anymore. Another example is in "Penny Foolish", where he goes to ridiculous length's to acquire a penny that SpongeBob found, setting up numerous tricks that would ironically cost far more than a penny. During his schemes, he often forces SpongeBob to do personal tasks for him by threatening to fire him. Mr. Krabs has also shown that he believes that he has full control over SpongeBob's personal life: in "Karate Choppers", he forces SpongeBob to give up karate altogether, including outside of work, or else be fired, and in "My Pretty Seahorse", where Mr. Krabs tells SpongeBob to not just stop bringing Mystery to work, but to get rid of her entirely. Despite his cruel and money-grubbing behavior, it is shown that Mr. Krabs is not completely heartless. He has apologized for his actions on occasion, and he does care for Pearl, going to great lengths to acquire food for her in "Growth Spout". Despite his abusive treatment of SpongeBob and Squidward, he does care for and appreciate them, as the two help keep his restaurant afloat. In "Krusty Love", Krabs finds his second love (after money): Mrs. Puff. However, their relationship has not been explored at all after this episode. Also in Best Day Ever, when SpongeBob is sad, he actually uses his money to try and cheer him up.
Eugene Krabs' home is an anchor, in the vein of Spongebob's pineapple and Squidward's tiki. His address is 3541 Anchor Way, which suggests that there may be other anchors on his street. Mr. Krabs lives with his seemingly adopted whale daughter, Pearl. He also owns a pet worm named "Mr. Doodles" as seen in "Sandy's Rocket" and "As Seen On TV". He has a mother, who lives in a near identical version of his anchor home, except it is pink. Mr. Krabs seems to be incredibly fit for someone his age and weight, as he has demonstrated titanic strength on a number of occasions. In "Squeaky Boots", he lifts the whole Krusty Krab, filled with numerous customers, like a feather. In Bucket Sweet Bucket he pushes the whole Krusty Krab across the street and then throws it into the air. In "Le Big Switch", he tips over the Krusty Krab from the back, dumping all the customers out. He also possesses a remarkable sense of smell; he is actually able to smell money, and in "Hooky", he tracked down SpongeBob and Patrick by sense of smell at least a few hours after the two left the Krusty Krab, claiming that he can "smell laziness up to ten thousand leagues." He fought in World War II and flew a F4F Wildcat and was shot down and thats how he came to Bikini Bottom. After getting shot down a Japanese warship sunk and destroyed the only burger place in Bikini Bottom. Thats how he got the idea for the Krusty Krab.
Mr. Krabs has an extremely prevalent antagonistic side and plays a villainous role in several episodes, mainly due to his extreme greed.
In "Clams", he forces Squidward and SpongeBob to stay on his boat until he retrieves his one millionth dollar and threatens to starve them. After they attempt to escape, he uses them as live bait for the clam to give him his dollar back. He lures the clam with stock music, and it then appears and eats him. He miraculously appears again, alive and well, with his millionth dollar back. However, he traded his entire body (spare his head and left arm) for it.
In "The Krabby Kronicle", He tricks SpongeBob into writing lies about people in Bikini Bottom, threatening to get rid of SpongeBob's spatula if he didn't do so(meaning he'll fire him). These lies end up ruining the lives of several people. Ultimately, SpongeBob writes a story about what Mr. Krabs was forcing him to do, and all of his money is taken back by an angry mob. At the end of the episode, Krabs starts making counterfeit bills with the printing machine.
In "Krabby Land", Mr. Krabs schemes to make money by attracting children with an extremely cheap and unsafe theme park like attraction. He eventually reveals his true motives, and is subsequently beaten, robbed, chained to two poles and force-fed lima beans by two muscular thugs.
In "The Algae's Always Greener", after Plankton and Mr Krabs switch lives, Mr Krabs,who was stark naked, followed Plankton's motive to steal the Secret Formula.
In "Krusty Love", he puts Spongebob in charge of his money on his date with Mrs. Puff so that he does not end up spending it all, yet demands Spongebob to buy several increasingly unnecessary items for her before they even leave her house to go to the park, and still getting mad at Spongebob just for doing what he was told. Eventually, SpongeBob loses his temper and gives Mr. Krabs a verbal scalding before walking off in a huff.
In "Wet Painters", he threatens to cut off SpongeBob and Patrick's butts if they get any paint on anything other than the wall when painting Mr. Krabs' house (which they were essentially forced to do), telling them that the paint is permanent. SpongeBob and Patrick are extremely careful, but end up getting paint all over Mr. Krabs' first dollar, much to their horror. When he returns, however, he reveals that it was all for the purpose of a joke, and they leave in disgust. However, Mr. Krabs laughs so hard at his own joke that he sprays spittle all over his living room and ruins the paint job.
In "The Patty Caper", Mr. Krabs secretly steals the secret ingredient to the Krabby Patty formula to avoid paying for it (a whole $1.99), and attempts to frame SpongeBob to cover it up. It nearly succeeds, but Mr. Krabs unintentionally reveals that he did so, and is forced by the judge to give out free Krabby Patties all day the next day. While SpongeBob is giving out the patties, Mr. Krabs is shown strapped to a chair, screaming and forced to watch, much to the glee of the police officers holding him.
In "Jellyfish Hunter", arguably Mr. Krabs' most famous villainous role ever, he tricks SpongeBob into catching all of the Jellyfish in Jellyfish Fields for him in order to make Jelly Patties for the customers. Unknown to Spongebob, Mr. Krabs runs a secret factory where the jellyfish seem to be squeezed of every drop of jelly, and then get disposed of. The mysterious Blue Jellyfish, No Name (later named Friend by SpongeBob), brings Spongebob to the factory and reveals to him Krabs' true nature. Spongebob foils Mr. Krabs' plan, freeing the jellyfish, who proceed to sting Mr. Krabs all at once.
In "One Krab's Trash", Mr. Krabs tricks SpongeBob into giving back the soda drinking hat that he sold to him as a scheme to earn money once he finds out that it is extremely valuable. He uses a fake ghost and tells Spongebob that the hat is cursed and that he must return it to its dead owner. His plan backfires when it turns out that there is an actual dead person with the name and SpongeBob literally buried the hat in his grave. Mr. Krabs digs up the grave and retrieves the hat, awakening an entire cemetery of zombies, which he spends the entire night fighting. Krabs goes to sell the hat to the rich people, only to find out that an entire warehouse full of them had been discovered, making the hat worthless.
In "Penny Foolish", Mr. Krabs tries to get the "penny" that SpongeBob found on the ground through a series of elaborate tricks that ironically would cost far more than a penny to set up. His desperation for the penny leads him to enter SpongeBob's home, uninvited, where SpongeBob catches Mr. Krabs and explains to him that it was actually a piece gum he found on the ground. However, after Krabs leaves, SpongeBob realizes that it is really a 500 dollar bill and throws it on the ground. Even after all this, Mr. Krabs continues to look for the "penny", digging for it in SpongeBob's yard.
In "Krusty Krushers", Mr. Krabs witnesses severe beatings at the hands of the wrestling champions and says that no one deserves such beatings. However, he ends up tricking SpongeBob and Patrick into fighting for the million dollar prize. The two are no match for the massive champions, and when they are about to lose, Mr. Krabs breaks down crying over losing the prize money, not giving a thought for SpongeBob and Patrick. When they actually do win, they choose the alternate prize of going to wrestling camp over the money, much to Mr. Krabs' dismay.
In "No Hat for Pat", Mr. Krabs hires Patrick as a sideshow attraction called "The Falling Fool", in which Patrick constantly falls down and gets both injured and publicly humiliated. However, when Patrick fails to fall into a bucket of sea urchins, his customers (despite his claim of no refunds) take their money back by force, also stealing the clothes off Mr. Krabs' back. Enraged over this, Mr. Krabs promptly fires Patrick and vows that he will never work for him again.
In Bossy Boots, he passes out upon hearing SpongeBob say "Pearl, You're Fired", and is only revived by the smell of a 20 dollar bill.
- In Wormy, he and Squidward was eaten by a butterfly (well to Spongebob and Patrick anyway).
- In The Lost Mattress, SpongeBob and Patrick buy Mr. Krabs a new matress for him to make his aching back feel better. However, his old mattress, which they threw out, had all of his money in it, causing Mr. Krabs to go into a "cash coma". Also, Mr.Krabs had no insurance, so he was moved into the halls, then outside, and finally pushed down a hill, where the gurney crashes and Mr. Krabs coincidentally lands on his matress.
- At the end of "Wishing You Well", he wishes that he was steamed and served with a side of melted butter to prove SpongeBob that the wishing well has no real magic. The wish comes true, and a man is shown preparing to eat him, with a napkin reading "THE END".
- In "Krusty Towers", the hotel collapses with Spongebob, Squidward, Patrick and Mr. Krabs all inside. They all end up in the hospital, and upon seeing the outrageous medical bills, Krabs decides to turn the Krusty Krab into a hospital.
- In "Imitation Krabs", Spongebob concludes that Mr. Krabs is a fake, and feeds him to the same live-action hand that appears in the opening sequence. At the end of the episode, after the true Imitation Krabs is exposed, Spongebob saves the real Mr. Krabs.
- In "Born Again Krabs", Mr. Krabs dies from eating the disgusting old patty, and is sentenced to Davy Jones' Locker, the underwater equivalent of Hell. However, he convinces the Flying Dutchman to give him another chance, promising to be nice and generous. He holds up his promise, assuming the whole thing to be a dream, until he realizes that he is awake, after which he goes on a rampage throughout the restaurant, prompting the Flying Dutchman to appear to take him back to Davy Jones' Locker. However, Spongebob stands up for Mr. Krabs, and as a final test, the Dutchman gives Krabs the choice of Spongebob or 62 cents. Krabs chooses the money, and the Dutchman spirits away Spongebob to take Krabs' place in Davy Jones' Locker. It is at this point that Krabs finally sees the error of his ways, and Spongebob is given back, not because of his repentance, but because the Flying Dutchman could not stand Spongebob, and Krabs having him in his life would be a fate worse than death.
- In "Dying for Pie", he is nearly killed by the explosion a single crumb of the Pie-Bomb.
- In "The Krusty Plate" SpongeBob resorted to using maximum power to clean a plate and it exploded when Mr. Krabs opened the door.
- In The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie, he is nearly killed by King Neptune after being frozen in ice for six days, saved only by Spongebob and Patrick launching into the Krusty Krab with the crown, off of which the blast reflects, hitting and severely burning David Hasselhoff.
- In "Jellyfish Hunter", he is stung by 4 million jellyfish at the same time.
- In "Squid's Day Off", Mr. Krabs gets his hand stuck in a sink pipe while attempting to retrieve a dime that had fallen in. While attempting to free him, Spongebob accidentally tears Mr. Krabs' arms off, sending him flying into a wall and causing a shelf to collapse, dropping several heavy objects onto his head, the last of which, ironically, is a dime. The incident puts Krabs in the hospital.
- In "Pressure", he and the other main characters are attacked by a seagull while on dry land, but are saved by Sandy.
- In "Clams", most of Mr. Krabs' body is eaten by the giant clam in exchange for his one
Eugene the Cashier
Eugene The Cashier is a character featured in Employee of the Month.
He is rather nerdy looking, with glasses and random big teeth. He must be quite old, because he owns a Boatcar.
He works at the Barg'n Mart as a cashier. He gave SpongeBob free Urchin Chips for washing his boatcar.
Evelyn is a pink fish with a red swimsuit and orange fin. She first appeared in the episode "Ripped Pants." Her name was revealed in Band Geeks, where she was a member of Squidward's band. She has attended many Bikini Bottom special events, including the cook-off between SpongeBob and King Neptune, The Fry Cook Games, The Great Snail Race, and Squidward' clarinet recital. She even attended other events that mean, Dunces and Dragons, SquidBob TentaclePants, Slimy Dancing, Suction Cup Symphony, and Krusty Krushers. She second time attended to be a member in music class as revealed in Professor Squidward. She appeared blue in No Nose Knows. She told Squidward that she needed a refund for Krabby Patty in the episode, Have You Seen This Snail? In Once Bitten, it was revealed that she was married to Harold. She also has been married to Tom, as revealed in Sailor Mouth. She was one of Plankton's customers as seen in Mermaid Man vs. SpongeBob, Chum Caverns, and Chum Bucket Supreme. She has three known children: Billy, as seen in Walking Small; Tyler, as seen in Sun Bleached; and Jimmy, who was revealed in Band Geeks. In All That Glitters her eyes were covered by Tina. She is voiced by Sirena Irwin.
Evil Manta Ray
The Evil Manta Ray, not to be confused with Man Ray is a Manta Ray mentioned and acted out in Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy. Not much is known about him.
The Explorer only appeared in the episode Club SpongeBob. He has a knife and Explorer gear. He also has a Magic Conch like SpongeBob and Patrick.
He has black skin and white eyes. He also has skin-colored clothes and a belt.
Filthy Phil (born July 20, 1967) is a gross, overweight green fish, with a horrible stench. He works for Udon and supervises the third course of the tower of Karate Island. Fithy Phil wanted to defeat Sandy Cheeks with its repulsive body odor, but thanks to Sandy's helmet filled with fresh air his body odor was reflected exposing Phil to his own terrible odor. The sheer pugnancy of the smell knocks him unconscious. He never interacted with SpongeBob, but he helped Udon to attempt to make SpongeBob buy Real Estate. He is voiced by Rodger Bumpass. He may be based off of Jabba the Hutt from Star Wars.
Flats the Flounder
Flats the Flounder (born November 27, 1985) is a flounder who first apears as a cameo in "Sandy's Rocket", where he was one of SpongeBob's "alien hunting" victims. He also makes another minor appearance in "Texas", where he attended Sandy's Texas party. His only major appearance, however was in "The Bully", joins Mrs. Puff's boating school and wants to "kick SpongeBob's butt." Spongebob takes this extremely seriously, reacting as if he were going to actually kill him. He makes many attempts to reason with and/or escape him, but to no avail. He even calls Patrick to protect him, only to find out that Flats is with him and that they were community college buddies. He also tries to go to Mrs. Puff to help, who talks to Flats (much to Spongebob's dismay) and explains to Spongebob that "kicking his butt" means that Flats wants to become his friend (this is obviously not true). Flats goes so far as to chase Spongebob out of school into town, even trying to run him over with a garbage truck. However, the garbage truck slips on a banana peel and flips over, critically injuring Flats. He wakes up in the hospital and learns that Spongebob saved his life through CPR, yet he STILL wants to kick his butt. Eventually, Flats corners Spongebob in his own home, and proceeds to "kick his butt" by repeatedly hitting him. However, Spongebob discovers that his spongy body simply absorbs the blows and does not hurt him at all. Flats continues to hit Spongebob throughout the whole week until he finally passes out from exhaustion one morning at boating school. He is voiced by Thomas F. Wilson.
Flats' body is shown to be somewhat two-dimensional, hence his name.
Flats has green scales, he has a very big body, he wears an orange colored shirt with a green stripe and a green collar, and some brown pants.
He has a father, who Spongebob attempts to convince to stop him, but he appears to live in fear of his own son.
Flats' Dad (born October 4, 1962 is first seen in the episode: The Bully. He, of course, is the dad of Flats the Flounder. Flats acts as if his dad is his own responsibility, saying "Dad, what did I tell you about talking to strangers?" He, like SpongeBob is afraid of Flats kicking his butt, revealed by him saying "Now he's gonna kick my butt!"
Flats' dad is green. He wears a white shirt and a tie. He also has a moustache and hat.
The Flying Dutchman (November 21, 1873-June 9, 1925) [Always seen as a ghost] is a fictional character from the Nickelodeon television animated series, SpongeBob SquarePants. He is a green pirate ghost who haunts Bikini Bottom.
The Flying Dutchman is a green pirate ghost named after the famous ghost ship of the same name. He lives in a giant ship that floats in the underwater "sky." He is first mentioned, but does not physically appear, in the episode, "Squidward the Unfriendly Ghost". Here, it is explained that after he died (his cause of death is unknown), a clothing shop used his body as a window display (mannequin). Now he haunts the seven seas because he was never put to rest. Whenever he appears, a thunderstorm suddenly occurs.
According to the episode, "Your Shoe's Untied", he last wore shoes over 5,000 years ago (it could be assumed from this statement that he has been a ghost for over 5,000 years, though this is impossible due his birthdate being 1873, and his attire in no way resembling such a time period), and has won the Fancy Knotting contest for the past 3,000 years. The knots he knows include: The Pretzel Knot, Double Diamond Knot, Square Knot, The Constrictor, Gut Knot, Pillow Knot, Butterfly Knot, Monkey Chain, Monkey's Fist, The Monkey and the Loop Knot, a.k.a. Poop Loop. However, he is unable to tie a simple shoe knot, due to him not wearing shoes. In addition, he cannot eat without his dining sock as mentioned in "Shanghaied." In "Scaredy Pants", he expresses a dislike for the tradition in which others dress up as him for Halloween and claims that it "turns the Flying Dutchman name into a laughing stock".
The Flying Dutchman once lost his "scare", in the episode "Ghost Host". He got so carried away, that he stopped scaring for months. He became a couch potato in SpongeBob's house until finally SpongeBob helped him be scary again. In the same episode, it was shown that he had some sort of wedding ring. In "Curse of Bikini Bottom", the Flying Dutchman was seen with no beard. It was because of SpongeBob and Patrick so he turned them into ghosts. The Flying Dutchman is the keeper of and escorts people to Davy Jones' Locker, which is the underwater equivalent of Hell, and is an actual locker. It is full of sweaty socks, because "(Davy Jones) works out a lot." This almost happened to Mr. Krabs in "Born Again Krabs". In "Spongebob vs. The Big One", "Davy Jones" is jokingly shown to be Davy Jones, the singer of the real-life band The Monkees.
The Flying Dutchman has a green glow around him, yellow eyes with black irises, scaraggly beard, pirate hat with a chunk taken out, droopy nose, coat, little pigtails, and ghostly tail, and also speaks with a Scottish Pirate accent. He has a sister named Sally Dutchman.
The Flying Dutchman is essentially all-powerful within the ocean. Abilities shown include:
- being able to appear anywhere at anytime
- changing his size
- fulfilling 3 wishes
- generating the "Fly of Despair" (seen in Shanghaied)
- tying several types of knots (unfortunately not including a basic shoe knot) (as seen in Your Shoe's Untied)
- turning his head around 360 degrees
- morphing into monstrous forms
- spewing fire from his nostrils
- floating through walls
- shooting lasers from his eyes
Foofy is a posh snail that is only seen in Grooming Gary. He is owned by Charles. In the episode, SpongeBob forces Gary to go to a snail competition, and Gary is not too happy about it. Foofy was thought to be the only non-crazu snail at the competition, but towards the end of the episode Foofy went on a rampage.
Foofy has a golden, glossy shell, a leash with diamonds on it, a very fancy hairdo, a moustache and he has a sash with a badge on it.
The Fortune Teller only appeared in the episode New Leaf. He is hard to spot him because he's to the left of the trust booth, which Mr. Krabs and Plankton used. He (obviously) tells people their fortune.
He has a diamon on the big hat he wears and Asian clothes. He also has green skin.
Fran is a red fish that looks like Tina. It is possible that she is a relative of Tina or is probably the same person because they look the same. She is not to be confused with, Frank. SpongeBob once gave her chocolates.
It is unknown if she was ever or will be angry.
She is red and has a blue dress.
Frank is a red-orange fish with a light blue shirt. His name was revealed in the episode, "Dying for Pie". SpongeBob had put Squidward in a salmon suit and showed him to everyone in Bikini Bottom. The last person seen to be introduced was Frank, and it's possible he's friends with Squidward. His name was revealed when Squidward addressed him. He is also a common customer at the Krusty Krab. In Pizza Delivery, for some reason, he looks like Tom in a red color. In "I Had an Accident," his name was Percy, in Valentine's Day his name was Dave and in Good Ol' Whatshisname his name was different. He is voiced by Mark Fite.
Frank also appeared as a tough "buffed up" fish. Frank simply acts like a regular fish. He acts very nice and enjoys being at the Krusty Krab.
He is a friend of Peterson, and like him, he has a few jobs:
- Bass Vegas Tea Parlor Waiter
- The Reef Theater Guard
Frank is a tan fish who is the owner of Palace of Pranks, a shop where SpongeBob is top customer. Frank wears and eyepatch and is green in color. He is only seen once, in "Pranks a Lot," where he sold SpongeBob invisible spray.
According to SpongeBob, Frank is a master at pranks, and makes a living helping aspiring pranksters like SpongeBob and Patrick to get started on playing gags on others. At his shop, his products include:
- Fake Seanut Brittle (Snakes in a can)
- Hand Buzzer
- Fake Dollar
- Whoopi Cushion
- Invisible Spray
- Fake Vomit
- Real Vomit
- Exploding Chewing Gum
Frank is a green color. He wears a blue shirt and has brown pants. He has short grey hair and has an eyepatch on his left eye. His name rhymes with prank, despite the name of his store. He looks like he's about 60.
Frank is a muscular goldfish, usually seen hanging out at Goo Lagoon. His first appearence was in MuscleBob BuffPants his name was revealed in Slide Whistle Stooges. Sometimes he's seen eating at the Krusty Krab such as in To Love a Patty.
Frank is very buff. His color is a almost a bronze-brown color. And he wears a black speedo.
Frank is a guard who works at the Bikini Bottom Jail. He was first seen in Krabby Road showing a new guard around the prison.
He is a yellow fish with a mustache(which was actually a fake mustache in Krabby Road). He wears a police-officer looking uniform. He appears again in Toy Store of Doom and Professor Squidward, with a mustache that isn't fake, and a different accent.
Fred Rechid is a dark-greenish brown fish who was the first of the regular generic character models to appear in the series, first being seen in "Reef Blower" but is barely even seen, being only seen in a car as Spongebob zooms past him, and is arguably the most prominently used. He is most often seen at the Krusty Krab. The name "Fred" was used in "Patty Hype". He is voiced by Doug Lawrence.
He has been duplicated in several episodes, most notably "Sandy, SpongeBob, and the Worm" and "The Chaperone". A blue-colored variant of him is seen in several episodes, including "Pickles", "Something Smells", and "Party Pooper Pants".
The best way to recognize him is by hearing his most famous quote: "MY LEG!" (The quote first appears in "Hall Monitor") He is seen screaming this phrase out loud in "Arrgh!" when Mr. Krabs throws him out of the Krusty Krab by his legs.
French Head Chef
The French Head Chef is the boss of the kitchen in Fancy! only seen in the episode: Le Big Switch. He used to be mean and bossy, but then he became somewhat nice when he tasted SpongeBob's Krabby Patty.
The French Head Chef is a green fish. He wears cooking clothes and also has a moustache. He talks in a French accent.
The French Narrator is a man with a heavy French accent who speaks at the beginning, and sometimes middle and/or end, of most episodes. His only physical appearance was in "No Free Rides", where he run over by Spongebob and is shown to be a human in a wet suit. The French narrator is based on Jacques-Yves Cousteau, the world-famous sealife expert who died in 1997. On the November 16, 2004 episode of Fresh Air with Terry Gross, Tom Kenny admitted that Cousteau was the inspiration for the French narrator, as SpongeBob SquarePants creator Stephen Hillenburg considers Cousteau an idol. The voice of the French Narrator is done by Tom Kenny, who also does the voices of SpongeBob SquarePants and Gary the Snail, among others. In "Can You Spare A Dime?", a Time Card with the text "So much later that the old narrator got tired of waiting and they had to hire a new one," being read by an unknown narrator with an English accent, is shown, jokingly claiming that the French Narrator quit. However, this is not permanent.
Fry Boy is an alter ego of SpongeBob SquarePants. He wears a superhero suit with two spatulas put in his belt. He has hair (which is weird, because SpongeBob doesn't usually have hair) and is able to throw Krabby Patties into someone's mouth. He was able to unhypnotize Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy with Krabby Patties (and a hint of fiber).
His alter ego of Fry Boy only appears in Mermaid Man vs SpongeBob.
Gary (34 B.C. - 39 B.C.) is Gary's ancestor, comes before the Leech, seen in "Ugh." SpongeGar's pet. About fifty times the size of modern Gary. It is believed that his name is Tobanga Gary, but Tobanga is a BC-esque form of "come on". As heard in Ugh "Tobanga Gary! (Gary does not come) GARY! Tobanga!"
Gary Gulper is a character featured in Employee of the Month.
He is a big person, with a "tail" in the back of him and his attitude is quite self centered and he wants to always give people autographs.
He is a weatherman at WSEA TV in Rock Bottom.
Gary the Snail
Gary the Snail (born April 20, 1989) is a character in the Nickelodeon animated comedy SpongeBob SquarePants, which first aired on May 1, 1999 (officially premiered on July 17, 1999). In the television series, Gary is SpongeBob's pet snail, although his behavior in several aspects resembles a housecat. As revealed in "Rule of Dumb", Gary is the rightful king of Bikini Bottom and is related to Patrick. Gary is shown to be very intelligent and literate, although, being an animal, he lacks the communication skills to convey this. In Gary's dream in "Sleepy Time", he is able to talk, has a humanoid body, and resides in a massive library. He is Sluggo's son and Patrick's cousin and Herb and Margie's nephew.
Gary B. Snail was born to Sluggo the Snail, and a descendant of King Amoeba. Information regarding Gary's early life is limited to that he lived with SpongeBob while the latter lived in his parents house, which is implied in "Home Sweet Pineapple." Also, young SpongeBob and young Gary are featured in SpongeBob's scrapbook in the episode "Have You Seen This Snail?"
In the episode "Rule of Dumb," it is revealed that Gary is the rightful king of Bikini Bottom and Patrick's cousin, although interestingly snails and starfish are very far off from each other on the evolutionary line; in contrast, a chicken has more in common with a human.
Since SpongeBob was a little boy, he has taken the ownership of Gary. Gary is an intelligent, fully domesticated snail. His intelligence shines through in the fact that he has more intelligent solutions to SpongeBob's dilemmas than SpongeBob himself. Gary tends to disagree with some of SpongeBob's ideas, and usually makes an effort to warn him. Gary is generally shown to find Spongebob oblivious, ignorant and annoying, yet still willingly tolerates him.
In "Have You Seen This Snail?" Gary runs away from Spongebob when he fails to feed him because SpongeBob was addicted to the official Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy Paddle Ball Set. Gary wanders aimlessly in search of a home, venturing into the dangerous inner city, until he is found by an elderly woman who pampers and overfeeds him, and renames him Ms. Tuffsy. However, he eventually discovers her horrible secret: she is a snail killer! Gary narrowly escapes from her, and upon learning of Spongebob's desperate efforts to find him, realizes that Spongebob does indeed love him and has learned the error of his ways, and goes back to him.
Gary speaks mostly with cat-like meowing, although Spongebob is shown to understand what Gary is saying. Gary has only been heard speaking English three times: Once in "Sleepy Time" in his own dream, once in "The Secret Box" where he says "Err...No.". The third time was in The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie, when Gary is under the control of Plankton's mind-controlling bucket helmets, he chants "Meow Meow Plankton."
Gary, even more mature than Squidward Tentacles, is a young intelligent snail interested in books, reading and other educational stuff.
In Opposite Day according to Spongebob Gary had a low Holiday Spirit, so he barked instead of meowed, and also barks in few other episodes
Gary has a blue body and green-yellow slime and eye stalks, big green eyes, red and black eye balls, and a purple shell with purple spots and red swirl and a large tumor in his lower stomach area.
The Gate Guard is a character from the PC Game Lights, Camera, Pants!
He is a guard in Tentacle Acres and SpongeBob called him from Boating School to get him out of the entrance way. He told him someone was playing "progressive rock". He appears as the nurse in the Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy episode.
He looks like Squidward but with hair, a moustache, a police hat and a police uniform.
Gene Scallop is the food critic from the episode The Krusty Sponge. He inspires Mr. Krabs to re-do the Krusty Krab and name it "The Krusty Sponge". He also hosts the segment "Bottom Feeding" on BBN (Bikini Bottom News). He is very strict and tough on restaurants but provides good constructive criticism. He is voiced by actual movie critic, Gene Shalit and has the appearance of him.
Gene wears a purple jumper and a green bow tie. He has a black afro, a big mustache, and glasses where you can not see his eyes. His skin is light purplish but spongey after eating the yellow patty. Under his shirt is a cream colored shirt. He has a Chin (Many People believed it to be him smiling)
George the Zebra
George the Zebra is a fake animal that the Gorilla jumped on top of at the end of I Had an Accident. The Zebra is actually 2 people in a costume based on its movements. I Had an Accident is its only appearance in the series. He is voiced by Dee Bradley Baker.
He looks like a horse but George the Zebra is white with black dots.
The Ghost Pirate is a character featured on the PC version of Lights, Camera, Pants!
He is working for the Flying Dutchman on his afterlife and SpongeBob talked to him, and he helped him out.
He is a green transparent color and wears a small pirate hat. He wears a green uniform and his addtitude is quite friendly, but he tries to scare SpongeBob away. In the Game Boy Advanced version of the game, he is an enemy.
Gill Hammerstein is a hammerhead shark who is the executive producer of Mermaid man and Barnacle boy in Lights, Camera, Pants!
He is a hammerhead shark and wears his uniform.
In the console version, he seems quite nice and funny but in the PC version he seems neutral, and sometimes nasty because he shouts alot.
Girly TeenGirl is a female teen sponge who had just moved to Bikini Bottom from FarawayVille in the episode The Slumber Party. Pearl and her friends all think she is SpongeBob in disguise, so they throw tomatoes at her. She looks a lot like SpongeBob but it is hinted that she isn't SpongeBob because as she is running away, SpongeBob and Mr. Krabs drive up and have no idea who she is.
Glovey Glove is the official mascot of Glove World and first appeared in the episode Roller Cowards, where Spongebob and Patrick were too scared to ride on the Fiery Fist O Pain, and later decided to do other things around the park, to 'make the Fist O Pain seem even cooler'. One of the people that Spongebob came across was Glovey Glove. Spongebob wanted to take a picture of Patrick with Glovey glove, although he was quite nervous, but when he saw the picture, he said "I look great!"
The color of Glovey Glove is a yellowish white. It has bright red cheeks and 4 finger slots.
Goofy Goober is a large goofy sea peanut, and mascot of "Goofy Goober's Ice Cream Party Boat" where SpongeBob drowns his sorrows in after failing to get the manager's job at The Krusty Krab 2. "Goofy Goober's" is a spoof of "Chuck E. Cheese's" and Goober brand combination peanut butter and jelly stripes. There is a few merchandising in the company.
Goofy Goober also has a theme song in which he states:
Oh! I'm a goofy goober yeah
You're a goofy goober, yeah
We're all goofy goobers, yeah
Goofy goofy goober goober yeah!
SpongeBob and Patrick love Goofy Goober and its ice cream bar and it highlights that SpongeBob and Patrick are seriously immature young adults. It is seen in the club that the Goofy Goobers place is for young children. Goofy Goobers then return in a minor role in the episode: Chimps Ahoy, where SpongeBob won the Goofy Goober backscratcher by sending in 52 box tops. And was also mentioned on Chum Buket Supreme.
Gordon is a viking seen in the episode: Dear Vikings.
Gordon is angry sometimes, but normally he is happy.
His skin is light brown. Gordon has a red beard with two yellow ribbons on it, black boots, brown hair around his chest and a viking hat on his head.
Gorilla is a character who appeared in "I Had an Accident." He showed up out of nowhere disguised as Patrick and stuffed the real Patrick and Sandy into a bag, and smacked them on the ground and stomped on them, which made SpongeBob finally go outside. He also hangs out with George the Zebra, and they most likely are friends. When SpongeBob asked what the gorilla was doing underwater in the first place, the gorilla panicked and fled on George before they could question him any further, leaving everybody confused. He is voiced by Frank Welker. The Gorilla also appeared on episode Friend or Foe? on the Patchy segment, as Patchy's replacement. He is apparently a better cook than Patchy.
The Gorilla was very big, and looked very much like a costume. He was fluffy, and you could see that person who portrayed his eyes by looking at his face.
Grandma is an elderly lady who takes care of snails, fattens them up, and, eventually their shells crack and then she will eat them (this was a reference to Hansel and Gretel). This can be evidenced by the fact one of her closets has empty snail shells. She adopted Gary after he ran away from SpongeBob, because one of her snails Ms. Tuffsy, her past snail "ran away." She appeared in the episodes: Have You Seen This Snail?, Boating Buddies, Choir Boys, and in Shuffleboarding. She was voiced by Amy Poehler.
She is grayish green, wears glasses and has a grandma-styled hair. She wears a purple polka-dotted dress with matching black shoes. She is a little overweight, and very tall.
She is greedy when she takes all the scented Pinecones without sharing any with Patrick (Patrick loves scented pinecones). She is evil when she eats all the snails and overfeeds Gary.
Grandma Harriette SquarePants (born February 27, 1921) is SpongeBob's grandmother. She is a nice, friendly old lady. She lives in a nice house at Conch Street. She is married to SpongeBob's Grandfather who SpongeBob mentions every now and then, but for some reason they don't live together (Grandpa may have died). She is the mother of Harold SquarePants (SpongeBob's father). She first appeared in the episode Grandma's Kisses.
She makes SpongeBob cookies when he comes over, and lets him wear a cookie-eating hat. She makes him a sweater with love in every stitch, and reads him a story about a magical sea leprechaun. She gives SpongeBob a big kiss when he leaves her house, and everyone at the Krusty Krab sees this. They then make fun of it and are very mean to SpongeBob. So the next time SpongeBob and Patrick visit her house, SpongeBob says he wants to be treated like a man, so Grandma decides to treat Patrick like a kid. SpongeBob gets really jealous, so Grandma tells him he does not have to kid to get a grandmother's love.
She cameos in the episode BlackJack, where SpongeBob thinks Cousin BlackJack SquarePants killed her, but really she was just making gingerbread men.
Grandma's looks include:
- Fluffy white hair
- Big, Horn-rimmed glasses
- A Green dress!!!
- Wrinkles all over her face.
She is a round sponge like SpongeBob's other family members.
Grandpa Redbeard (1889-present) is the grandfather of Mr. Krabs. His first appearance in Grandpappy the Pirate.
Grandpa Redbeard looks like Mr. Krabs, except that he has a eye-patch, beard, he is darker, and he has sailor clothes and peg-leg. He is a pirate. He is also Pearl's great grandfather.
Grandpa Franklin Rodrick Squarepants (born March 14, 1920) is Spongebob's Grandfather, and he hints of being blind. He was first revealed to exist in the episode Rock Bottom where Spongebob imitates him with the explanation that you should not run for a bus, "especially when it is drivin' up on a 90-degree angle!". He appeared yet again in the episode The Sponge Who Could Fly when he said, in Spongebob's thoughts, "If we were meant to fly we would have propellers on our heads and jet engines on our backs.". It seems that Spongebob really likes to learn wisdom from his sayings. Also, in The Sponge Who Could Fly, Patrick thinks Grandpa Squarepants is his grandfather.
Franklin Squarepants has glasses, wrinkled all over and also has gray eyebrows, green trousers, cane, old shoes and looks very old. He basically looks like an old version of Spongebob. He only appears in two episodes: The Sponge Who Could Fly and Rock Bottom.
The Green pilot only appeared in the episode Club SpongeBob. He is probably the Co-Pilot of the Purple Pilot. He and the Purple Pilot lead a Picnic Supply Plane.
He has green skin and a moustache. He also has blue clothing.
Grubby Grouper is a fish that was shortly seen in the episode: Bubble Buddy. He is a famous surfer and he confronts Pearl and her friends in a boat. He shakes his dirty hand with Pearl and Pearl says that she will never wash the fin although Bubble Buddy ends up washing the fin.
Grubby Grouper is an old washed up guy. He is covered in dirt. Wears a very countryish hat and has a lot of rubble on his face.
The Guard-Worm is a worm that is shown guarding different locations, such as the Junkyard and a KelpShake restaurant. It's Blackjack's pet.
The Guard-Worm is light green with black stripes. It has big yellow teeth protruding from it's lower jaw, and it has a black unibrow. It is usually on a chain collar.
It is quite agressive, and once chased Squidward around Bikini Bottom. However, it can easily be tamed with a game of fetch. She is not the same as Mrs. Wormsley. Somehow, it made it's major appearance in The Lost Mattress.
Gus is a green fish that appeared in Good Ol' Whatshisname. When he was about to tell Squidward his name, but soon before he told Squidward, SpongeBob appeared out of his hat and guessed his name instantly. He then said he should give SpongeBob a prize. Plankton Scared him when he asked him if he wanted to eat at the Chum Bucket.
Guys with 4,132
Guy With 4,132 Twins (or Petro, Leonard and Ryan) are characters featured in Employee of the Month.
They are blue anchovies with red t-shirts.
Hans is a sailor that appears in a few episodes. His hands are the only part of him visible in every single episode he appears in. It is unknown if other parts of him besides his hands will be revealed in future episodes. He has a big role in Suds, where he gives SpongeBob the Sponge treatment and gives him a lollipop. Hans's voice is heard in that episode, but it is unknown who voices him. In Model Sponge, his look gets more updated. At the end of Model Sponge, his hand is seen on the toilet after he says his longest line he's ever said, "Would you keep it down in here? I'm trying to concentrate!". In this episode, he has more of a Australian accent than a Dutch accent. Because of how his sleeve looks, he could be a sailor. He also appears in the video game Battle for Bikini Bottom when SpongeBob, Patrick, or Sandy go out of bounds or fall. His hand appears again in the Rock Bottom museum in the game.
His only lines were "Here's your lollipop." in Suds, "Ooh, yum yum." in Imitation Krabs, and "Would you keep it down in here? I'm trying to concentrate!" in Model Sponge.
Squidward's Western Ancestor/ Hapalong Tentacles is a bartender at the Krusty Kantina. He first appeared in the episode Pest of the West and so far that was his only appearance. Squidward's Western Ancestor plays the piano during a song by putting 5 cents into the coin slot. He like the real Squidward thinks SpongeBuck, like the Real SpongeBob1 is anoying. He sells milk and perhaps other Bevrages. It is unknown where he actually Lives, he could possibly stay in Dead-Eye Inn. He thinks Mr. Krab's Westerm Ancestor is cheap just like the Real Mr. Krabs.
He looks like Squidward and the only two differences is his ancestor has a mustache and wears western style clothing.
Harold Bill is a generic blue fish with a shark-like fin who usually wears a white shirt and red pants. Like other generic character models, his appearance is not perfectly constant, and in some episodes he is completely naked. He is usually polite, but can become very angry at times. His name was revealed in the episode "Roller Cowards." He is frequently seen with Shubie, suggesting that she is his best friend. He has been voiced by both Doug Lawrence and Dee Bradley Baker.
Harold SquarePants (born July 31, 1947) is SpongeBob's dad. He is married to Claire SquarePants.
Mr. SquarePants has a moustache and wears thick glasses, is fact, wears a white shirt and brown pants pulled up to his stomach. He also blushes at certain times and he wears a black and yellow belt. He is not fat, yet does not look very strong.
Harold lives in a house with his wife, Claire. They raised SpongeBob and Gary for a long period of time until the two boys could live on their own. Harold first appeared in the episode: Home Sweet Pineapple. They also appear in "No Free Rides", where Mr. SquarePants kissed Mrs. Puff 's hand and gave his son a boat mobile for passing his driver's test. In "Driven to Tears" he seems sad that SpongeBob does not have his license, saying how "even Patrick has a license".
In the episode "BlackJack" it was found that his name is Harold. In the episode: New Digs, Mother and Father SquarePants visit SpongeBob at the Krusty Krab. He settles in Mr. Krab's office and waits for his wife to get out of the shower. When Mr. Krabs opens up the curtain and Mother SquarePants is there, he beats up Mr. Krabs. In the episode: Culture Shock, they visit the Krusty Krab to see Squidward's Talent Show. In the episode: Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy IV, we see Mother SquarePants but not him. Mr. SquarePants is voiced by Tom Kenny and for some reason is shaped like a normal sea sponge, unlike SpongeBob. He also appeared in a picture in Sing a Song of Patrick, where Father Squarepants hated Patrick's song, so Gretchen turned the picture the other side.
Harold Smith is a commonly seen cameo character. He gave SpongeBob some marshwellows in Ripped Pants; in To Love a Patty he was scolded by his possible Wife Martha. Though his cheeks were puffed out when he was eating they are always puffed out for some reason. He congragulated Squidward for being employee of the Month. He does a relaxing Pedicure/Foot Massauge in Good Neighbors.
He is Orange and has Blue Trunks.
Hash Slinging Slasher
The Hash Slinging Slasher is a fictional character made up by Squidward on the episode "The Graveyard Shift". It was meant as a joke, but guillible Spongebob was believing and freaked out.
The Hash Slinging Slasher is the old frycook at the Krusty Krab who carelessly cut off his hand while chopping food. He replaces his hand with a spatula. Later that night, he crosses the street and forgets to look both ways, and BAM he gets hit by a bus! (this is fatal) Apparently, it was a Tuesday night, because now every Tuesday night he goes back and haunts the Krusty Krab arriving in the bus that hit him.
When the phone rings, no one will answer.
The Lights will flicker on and off.
The bus that ran over the Hash Slinging Slasher will appear at the Krusty Krab and drop him off.
After all of the above signs are noticed by Spongebob and Squidward, a bus pulls up in front of the Krusty Krab even though the buses don't run that late. It turns out the guy getting off the bus is actually a guy who wanted a job at the KK, who was holding a spatula, but in the dark it appears to be the HSS's hand. He explains that he called and and got nervous so he hung up. Squidward has an epiphany and realizes that the walls always ooze green slime, and Nosferatu was the one flickering the lights on and off.
So in the end, The Hash Slinging Slasher was not real.
Health Inspector Yellowtail
The Health Inspector Yellowtail is seen in episodes: Nasty Patty and The Krabby Kronicle. He is responsible for checking restaurants on their food and background and is also responsible for passing them. He is just about to eat SpongeBob and Mr. Krabs' Nasty Patty until he chokes on a fly and falls unconscious. They attempt to bury him, but the mud erodes and end up hurting him some more. He later passes the Krusty Krab to avoid getting hit again by the police officers.
He has purple skin, a hat and wears a Health Inspector badge on his suit. He also has a fork in his pocket which opens like a pen.
Help Wanted Lady
The Help Wanted Lady is a lady that lives in New Kelp City, and works in the N.K.C Bank. She appears in four Episodes: Culture Shock (seen as a reporter), What Ever Happened to SpongeBob? and Porous Pockets. In What Ever Happened to SpongeBob?, she works in the Bank. In Porous Pockets she is one of SpongeBob's 497 friends and is extremly hard to spot. She also appears in Suction Cup Symphony as one of the flute players. It is unknown if she will ever appear as a Background character in future Episodes again. She is also afraid of Bubble Blowing and the Bubble Poppin' Boys, like everyone in New Kelp City is. She is quite possibly the woman that was a newscaster in Culture Shock.
Herb Star (born January 7, 1954) is a Starfish that is the father of Patrick. He is phisically seen in the episode: I'm with Stupid, when he was identified as Patrick's real parents. He is married to Margie (Patrick's Mother) and they most likely live together. It was then revealed in the episode: Rule of Dumb that his name is Herb. He was mentioned in Porous Pockets.
Herb, like his wife, look alike. He has a large walrus mustache and he also is Pink, just like the rest of the Starfish Family. He looks like he is in his 60's because of the wrinkles on his top part of his head. His pants are the same as Patrick’s but he wears a shirt that has a slightly lighter color of purple with green flowers. He also wears the same colors as his wife and Patrick.
Hippie Patrick only appeared in SpongeBob's Last Stand. He and Hippie SpongeBob tried to get Bikini Bottomites boo the Shelly Superhighway by playing the song Save Jellyfish Fields with his tambourine.
He has thick round glasses and a green robe. He also wears sandals and has black hair.
Hippie SpongeBob only appeared in the episode SpongeBob's Last Stand. He was trying to make people from Bikini Bottom boo Shelly Superhighway. He plays a song for them on his banjo so the Bikini Bottomites boo the highway.
He has thick round glasses with black hair. He also wears purple clothing and sandals.
The Hockey Players just appear in the Episodes: Krabs a la Mode and Chum Bucket Supreme. In Krabs a la Mode, they play on the ice in the Krusty Krab. In Chum Bucket Supreme, they play in the Chum Bucket.
The Hoopla fish only appeared in Krusty Krab Training Video. His only line was "Hoopla!". He then was hit on the head with a brick, knocking him out.
He has a purple shirt and blue pants. He also has yellow eyes and green skin.
Horace A. Whopper
Judge Horace A. Whopper is a incredibly obese judge at the Bikini Bottom court house, probably assumed responsibilities after Judge Stickleback. Judge Whopper appeared in "The Krusty Sponge" when Mr. Krabs was tried for poisoning the customers at his restaurant (the trial was called "All the People of Bikini Bottom vs. Eugene Krabs"). He had a SpongeBob-themed gavel since he is a fan of SpongeBob. At the end of the episode, he is seen riding the SpongeBob train and whipping Squidward to go faster. He appears again in The Patty Caper, but is called Judge Trout by the policemen. It may be a possibility that a relative took over his job as the judge or "Trout" is a nickname. He is a huge SpongeBob fan. His name is a reference to the Big Whoppers, a burger name sold by Burger King restaurants. On first assumption, it is easily recognized that Horace is extremely overweight, as well as exemplifying a bright green color. He wears a black robe, as standard in any judicial municipality, but also sports a powdered wig baring a strong resemblance to the hairpiece that SpongeBob was wearing in the episode Wigstruck.
Horace B. Magic
Horace B. Magic is a corporate businessman (as SpongeBob calls him) who seems to only care about making money by selling kids fake magic kits. He lives at 1942 Wizard Street, Bikini Bottom. His disguise is that of a floating fish head in which case he is similar to the Wizard of Oz, as both lie to the main characters but while the Wizard is kind, Magic is greedy and selfish. He seems to be a parody of a businessman who cares only about making money by selling fake products, and when SpongeBob and Patrick find out, SpongeBob denounces him as corrupt businessman to which he responds by calling security to throw them out. He has only appeared in Hocus Pocus. He is voiced by Rodger Bumpass. It is possible that SpongeBob may have a strong dislike for him still, or has forgotten him. Seeing as he is only interested in money and nothing else, Spongebob was right to call him corrupt.
He is light blue in color. He wears a brown suit and pants with a green necktie. He has black hair and wears glasses. He does not wear any shoes, only bare fins.
He is greedy and selfish. He seems to be a parody of a businessman who cares only about making money by selling people fake products. When SpongeBob and Patrick find out, SpongeBob denounces him as a corrupt businessman to which he responds by calling security to throw them out. He has a booming and weak voice. He is fond of Money like Mr. Krabs.
Possibly some affiliation to Horace A. Whopper as they have the same name and their middle names are A B. Also their last names start with the letters M and W, which if flipped upside down turn into the other letter. He is fond of money like Mr. Krabs.
Hot Dog Vendor
The Hot Dog Vendor is a character featured in the PC Game Lights, Camera, Pants!
He has a hat with a weenie on top, a uniform and he is a green fish with a bad expression on his face, but gets happier.
SpongeBob asked him to be in the show, and he said okay if could wear his hat and sell weenies on set.
Howard Blandy is the President of the Blandy Franchising Company. He came to The Krusty Krab with two of his employees, bought the Krusty Krab, and turned it into the Krabby O'Mondays. Eventually, due to Mr. Krabs' chaotic behavior that destroyed the Krabby O'Mondays, he sold the building back to Mr. Krabs for full price. Blandy bears a passing resemblance to billionaire Donald Trump, even wearing his blonde hair in a combover hairstyle. His phone number is (555) 123-7213, as seen on his business card.
Howard Blandy is a solid, green fish who shows the look on his face that he is a bit droopy and angry. He has fluro green hair and he wears a black suit. Under that is a purple shirt and purple tie.
Tom Kenny voices him (as seen in the credits of "Selling Out")
Howard Blandy is quite arrogant and he speaks with no expression or feeling.
The Human Resources Office is part of Krabby O Mondays from the episode Selling Out.
If you fool around, or do not provide Service with a smile, you will have to go Human Resources to probably get beaten.
Squidward was not providing service with a smile, and Carl made a threat to send him to Human Resources.
Ivo Hugh (born June 23, 1919) is an elderly fish who lives in Bikini Bottom Retirement Home.
Jack Kahuna Laguna
Jack Kahuna Laguna was a character in SpongeBob SquarePants vs. The Big One. His nickname was JKL. He was voiced by Johnny Depp. He lives in a grass hut on Kahamamoku Cove. He has a very long surfboard. He told SpongeBob, Patrick and Squidward about the The Big One and that one of them had to sacrifice himself. Finally he was the sacrifice, but before the Big One ate him, he said:"I was born to do this". He actually survived the Big One and joined the party with Spongebob, Patrick, Squidward, Mr.Krabs, Sandy, etc. He also saved Cashy.
Jack M. Crazyfish
Jack M. Crazyfish is a big Italian fish that first appears in the episode: Blackened Sponge. He's a fish in SpongeBob's dreams, but is actually a real person who lives in Bikini Bottom. SpongeBob gets a black eye from a wrench being stuck in his eye, but makes up a story that he got it from fighting Crazyfish. Crazyfish then comes to the Krusty Krab because he heard that SpongeBob makes great Krabby Patties, and he's hungry for one. He also makes a cameo appearance in 20,000 Patties Under the Sea although he just throws rocks at Plankton. Jack is a fish with a very big body. He wears a brown suit and a yellow shirt underneath. He has a big mustache and a small green top hat on his head. And his skin is light purple. He is voiced by Greg Baldwin.
Janet is a character from the SpongeBob SquarePants TV series. She is Patrick Star's fake mother. She appears in the episode: I'm with Stupid. She is a parody of Marge Simpson from The Simpsons, as she has hair like Marge's (though Marge's is blue) and has a croaky voice like Marge's. She is married to Marty.
She has purplish hair and a bluish green dress. She is fairly overweight like most of the Starfish Family. She is a slightly darker pink than the other starfish seen in the series.
Jeffrey Jellyfish appears in Ukulele Bottom at the annual jellyfishing convention, as a mascot. Patrick is a huge fanatic of Jeffrey and ties him up, throws him into a wagon and takes him home with him.
Jeffrey Jellyfish is an ordinary Jellyfish but with more of a hot pink for skin color. He also has a smile and a face.
Jelly is a Jellyfish that SpongeBob kept as a pet and only appeard in Jellyfish Jam.
After SpongeBob caught it, the Jellyfish followed him, which SpongeBob tried to get rid of, but finally he decided to keep him. He knows how to fetch, count, and play dead. He is also "potty trained" reading a newspaper. Squidward is annoyed by him. He enjoys dancing with SpongeBob.
After escaping his leash at night, he invited almost every Jellyfish in Jellyfish Fields at a dance party. They also broke Squidward's clarinet and put it on fire. After SpongeBob accitently broke the music player, they attacked him and Gary but Gary started playing music knocking his eyes each other, along with other animals playing music, leading them back to Jellyfish Fields, including Jelly.
He's just an ordinary pink Jellyfish with spots.
Jellyfish (scientific name Cnidaria Scyphozoa Aurelia) are gelatinous, free-swimming creatures common throughout all oceans
of the world. In "Spongebob Squarepants", Jellyfish are featured very prominently. Jellyfish Fields, a major location in the Spongebob Squarepants universe, is home to over 4,000,000 jellyfish. The hunting and catching of jellyfish, known as Jellyfishing, is a popular hobby among sea folk, most notably Spongebob and Patrick. It is similar to butterfly catching and is typically done only for fun/sport, with the jellyfish being released unharmed. Jellyfish appear in almost all Spongebob video games, typically as basic enemies.
Jellyfish in Spongebob Squarepants are portrayed in a stereotypically cartoonish manner, and are typically pink in color. In the same manner as snails are likened to cats and worms are likened to dogs, Jellyfish display many qualities of bees. They produce edible jelly in the same manner that bees produce honey, and their stings have similar effects to those of bees, often causing swollen bumps (in real life, a jellyfish's sting is often fatal to humans). Interestingly, while real life jellyfish are comparable in size to average fish, jellyfish on the show are shown to be very small compared to main characters. Since Bikini Bottomites are stated to be only a few human-scale inches tall, this would make jellyfish almost microscopic.
Jerry is a very small snail, quite like a land snail. In the episode "Dumped," SpongeBob compared him to Gary and Larry, saying "And Gary and Larry are really different than Jerry," and takes him from his pocket. Jerry's shell is yellow, and his skin is brown.
Jim (born August 24, 1958) is a former fry cook at the Krusty Krab. Jim was a fry cook at the Krusty Krab around the 1980-1998. Jim is a blue fish with a shaved beard, and brown hair. He quit working at the Krusty Krab because Mr. Krabs refused to give him a raise. After his time at the Krusty Krab, Jim went on to work at the finest restaurants in the world. His success allowed him to retire in luxury. Jim has a solid gold mansion, a solid gold lake, and a solid gold limousine. He also has two security guards who work for him. In his only appearance, "The Original Fry Cook," he revisits the Krusty Krab, where SpongeBob, who had heard of him before, meets him for the first time. In the present day, Jim is bald. During his visit, he helped SpongeBob with his fry cooking. Jim is voiced by TV comedian Patton Oswalt. He probably quit three years before Help Wanted because Spongebob says he has been waiting three years for this day.
Jim is quite famous for his "Jim Patties." Even SpongeBob falls into a minor trance when he takes his first bite. In Jim's patties, he writes his name in ketchup (or as it is called in Something Smells, To Save a Squirrel, and The Slumber Party, Katsup) on the side of the top bun. He was at the scene in the flashback where Squidward loses his long, blonde hair. He also had minor face acne.
Jim is an overweight, large, blue fish who eats a fair bit. He wears a light brown top and below that is some sort of apron. He has a double chin and his eyelids on the picture are a bluish dark blue. Jim also wears a white hat and has greenish blue lips. Jim also makes a Krabby Patty, but he names it a Jim Patty. It was filled with more mustard and condiments and he would have eaten lots of them, thus making him a bit bigger in size. When Jim was younger, he had big and slightly bushy brown hair.
Jim seems like a happy guy (most of the time). When you see him on the show he is smiling alot and we have never seen him have a fit. When he was working for Mr. Krabs though, things might have been different. Because he got no raise, that could have annoyed or irritated him. He would be a happy guy since he is rich and he got to retire in style. Jim is also quite 'Up' himself. Jim always agrees when SpongeBob said that he was the best.
Jim's house was amazing and most of the features were made of gold. He also has a golden sedan. As we said earlier, Jim was rich and we didn't get to see his house but it is presumed that it was valuable and expensive. Jim would have owned a few restaurants as well because he was so successful. It would be presumed that he would be one of the wealthiest, nicest persons in Bikini Bottom. As we said earlier, Jim quit his job because Mr. Krabs didn't want to give him more money to his paycheck, leaving bald Squidward and Mr. Krabs all by themselves until SpongeBob arrived in the episode "Help Wanted" and came to be the second Krabby Patty chef.
At the Krusty Krab, Jim was friends with Squidward and Mr. Krabs because in the episode, Mr. Krabs and Squidward say they remember the old times. Jim was a hard working guy so that could be why Mr. Krabs liked him, and maybe Jim likes Squidward's attitude. Although, it all ended with Mr. Krabs and Jim when Mr. Krabs blatantly started laughing at him when Jim asked for a raise he so rightly deserved.
Jim is a green fish that appeared in the episode: Krusty Krushers at the wrestling match.
He is a green fish. He has a purple headband. He has a white wrestle t-shirt. He is not the same as Jim, the fry cook. He was at the wrestling match with the Blue Wrestler.
Jim the wrestler is angry sometimes.
Jimmy is a cameo character that appeared in the episode, Hall Monitor. His only line was, "Mrs. Puff, i've done it already" refering to being the hall monitor.
He looks exactly like Gus, eccept for the fin on his back.
John was seen in Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V. He is purple and used to date Nancy in Make Out Reef.
John and Nancy were very scared when Man Ray with the torch looked at the two kissing.
He is a purple fish that has yellow eyes and purple lips and a green t-shirt.
Jojo the Repairman
Jojo The Repairman is a character featured in Employee of the Month.
He looks like an average Rock Bottomite, not really creepy-looking but he has a big jaw and talks using words like "Dude".
He is working at the antenna at WSEA TV, but it wasn't broken and he says the "bigwigs" in the TV Station want him to fix the "broken" antenna. He gets SpongeBob to go down to the rusty anchor for him to get him a Kelpsi.
Judge StickleBack is only ever seen in the episode: Krabs vs. Plankton. She grants Mr. Krabs to be free of his charge; Leaving Plankton sentenced.
Judge StickleBack's physique is not shown in the episode. She has purple hair which is not extremely long. She is a greenish fish who wears glasses.
Judge StickleBack has a medium rank voice and she most likely owns the court. Judge StickleBack is not very smart, and she's ignorant because of Plankton's small proof of lying that he got hurt by Mr. Krabs. She has a crush Judge Horace A. Whopper. She is possibly a parody of Judge Judy.
Judy is a cameo character seen in many episodes. She is one of Pearl's friends. She hangs out at Bikini Bottom Mall with her and she, like Pearl, is also a teen. She has dated Billy Fishkins and her name is also revealed in the episode: The Chaperone. She has also been seen in the episode: Whale of a Birthday.
Judy is a red fish. She wears a blue dress and shell earrings. In The Slumber Party she appears to be yellow in color. But in the SpongeBob SquarePants Movie, she is violet blue.
The Jumbo Shrimp only appeared in the episode: The Bad Guy Club for Villians. He is in the Bad Guy Club for Villains. the jumbo shrimp is one of Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy's arch enemies.
He looks like a big lobster and he may be related to Larry. He also has a sharp tail and a mask.
Junior is a baby scallop raised by SpongeBob and Patrick in the episode Rock-A-Bye Bivalve. He eventually learns to fly in the end of the episode, leaving them.
Junior apparently hates Krabby Patties, one of the few characters who do not like them. He also does not like donuts and french fries. Instead, he likes to eat worms and worm ice cream. He also needs to have his diaper changed a lot.
Like any other scallop, Junior has purple skin and has a red tongue.
Karen (born June 16, 1972) is Sheldon J. Plankton's "computer wife." A Mark II Univac, she is the main computer system of Plankton's lab, and is often the source of his plots. She is voiced by Tom Kenny's wife, Jill Talley. Her Name Stands For Kiwi Advanced Research and Education Network.
When they get married, Plankton was 49 and Karen Plankton was 20. They got married on November 9, 1992. Although Plankton says in the film that she agreed to be his wife, she retorts this by saying, "I never agreed".
Karen usually manifests on the large-screen computer in Plankton's lab, but sometimes acts through a portable wheeled computer. She was first shown in the episode "Plankton!", although in her first appearance she was simply Plankton's talking computer and would not be established as his wife until later on.
Karen and Plankton's relationship is a very troubled one. Plankton does not consider her his true soulmate, and in one episode explains to her that W.I.F.E. stands for "Wired Integrated Female Electroencephalograph". The two frequently argue, and Karen is often very bossy and rude to her husband, having a Nag-chip installed in her. She also thinks Plankton's first name is funny, as shown in "Plankton's Army". Karen is often indifferent to her husband's plots to defeat Mr. Krabs and often shows very half-hearted dedication to his plans for domination over others. Despite their differences, Plankton has said that marrying Karen was the greatest thing that ever happened to him, the second being his Evil Plan Z succeeding.
Karen is, in some ways, smarter than her husband. A running gag in the series is that while Plankton is contemplating his plans in his lab, Karen will suggest a route of action to him, which he will dismiss and ignore. Immediately after, Plankton will come up with something identical to Karen's idea, attributing it to himself.
Karen is a Marc 2 Surplus UNIVAC with 256 gigabytes of ram, and it has been mentioned that she was a security system before marrying Plankton. In "Goo Goo Gas", when Plankton sprays her with the gas, Karen is turned into a calculator. In "All That Glitters", a monitor that looks exactly like Karen in her portable form is seen in the hospital.
In the episode "Single Cell Anniversary" it appears she has a Mother-in-law system.
Kelp Thing is a commonly seen villain of Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy. He's only seen in the TV shows. Kelp Thing's first and only appearance so far was in Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy VI: The Motion Picture. His only known power is flying.
In the "real" Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy movie he wanted steal the Krabby Patties from the Patty Vault.
Kelp Thing wears a green suit, a yellow necklace, belt, gloves, boots, and has eyes like a snail.
Kelpy G is an octopus that appears in The Thing. He is a clarinet player that Squidward likes. His name is taken from a singer Kenny G. He is voiced by Rodger Bumpass. He gives public concerts, and also played at the forest for Smelly and the other of his type. Kelpy G can play the Clarinet very well and Squidward likes listening to his music. He plays way better than Squidward!
Kelpy G is a squid with long hair and wears an orange shirt with a red stripe on it. His hair is dark brown and Squidward possibly envies him for his hair.
Kevin the Sea Cucumber
Kevin the Sea Cucumber is a cucumber seen in the episode of I'm Your Biggest Fanatic answering questions for the crowd of the Bi-Annual Jellyfish Convention. He is the leader of the Jellyfishing club, The Jellyspotters--which he later admits joining only for the fashion. He reckons SpongeBob is a nerd when his club members are mostly nerds. He has many fans including SpongeBob. Kevin always gets stung by Jellyfish. He also made an appearance in Fools in April when he was eating at the Krusty Krab.
He tells SpongeBob that the way to find a queen jellyfish is to stand up in a tree and yell out a call, which is "Loser". Then him and The Jellyspotters go into a giant robot queen jellyfish to trick SpongeBob. But then the real King Jellyfish shows up and Kevin gets scared and starts sucking his thumb, saying "I want my mommy. I want my blanky." So SpongeBob gives the jellyfish a bubble shaped like pie and King Jellyfish goes away. The Jellyspotters want to make SpongeBob their new leader, but he refuses.
Kevin wears brown pants which he has labels for all kinds of stuff relating to Jellyfish, on the top of his head is a yellow thing (or like real sea cucumbers, a spike) shaped as a crown, although we soon find out that it really isn't a hat, it's part of his body. He wears black circle glasses and it quite stubby and skinny.
Kevin thinks he is the best. He is actually a scared being, because when they all were in trouble, he just curled up and said, "I want my mommy!!!". Kevin was the inventor of Jellyfish Sting Ointment Repellent (seen on a giant billboard in Jellyfish Fields). Kevin turned out to lie about himself, and he was really making a hoax! He usually is a target for Jellyfish to be stung.
King Amoebe (1854-1879) is Princes Tulsa, Prince Callous, and Prince Dogus' father and the husband of Queen Mildew. He is Patrick and Gary's great-great-grandfather. was a part of the Seastar Tree. He just appeared in the Episode: Rule of Dumb on a map. He was the King of Bikini Bottom. He was a part of Gary's and Patrick's family.
King Krabs is the royal ancestor of Mr. Krabs. He first appeared in Dunces and Dragons. He looks like Mr. Krabs but he has a nice coat and looks more expensive and he has a nice crown. He was thought by Squidly to be a bad leader and not doing anything about Planktonamor. When Planktonamor was defeated, during the celebration King Krabs invented the Krabby Patty. It is likely that King Neptune was the new ruler after Krabs died.
King Krabs looks like Mr. Krabs but he has a nice coat and looks more expensive and he has a nice, expensive crown. He has a staff with a "KK" on the top.
King Neptune is the series' depiction of Neptune, the Roman God of water. In the universe of SpongeBob SquarePants, Neptune is the god and supreme ruler of the sea. His name is often used in place of God's, with phrases such as "Dear Neptune" and "Neptune preserve her!". However, he has never explicitly been shown to be worshipped by the creatures of the sea. King Neptune first appeared in the episode "Neptune's Spatula", while a completely different Neptune appeared in The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie. Neptune is voiced by John O'Hurly in the TV series, and by Jeffrey Tambor in the movie.
King Neptune first appeared in the season one episode "Neptune's Spatula", where he appears after SpongeBob pulls the Golden Spatula from the ancient grease, making him Neptune's royal fry cook. However, Neptune refuses to accept such a lowly creature as SpongeBob as the chosen one, and challenges him to a cookoff where, if SpongeBob wins, he will become a god in Atlantis, but if he loses, he must give up fry cooking forever. The challenge is held at the "Poseidome", where the first one to make 10,000 patties wins. Using his godlike powers, Neptune wins the challenge just as SpongeBob finishes his first patty. To celebrate his victory, he gives the patties to the audience, who hate it. Neptune then tastes SpongeBob's patty, and loves it. He declares SpongeBob the winner and makes him a god. However, when SpongeBob learns that his friends can't join him in Atlantis, he does not want to go, and instead makes Neptune his "trainee" at the Krusty Krab. In this episode, Neptune is blue, and has fairly realistic human features, has hair, a mustache, a beard, thick fingers, is very muscular, and has no crown. This version of Neptune also appears in Battle for Bikini Bottom, where he summons SpongeBob and Patrick to the poseidome to defeat a robot version of Sandy.
In the live-action Patchy the Pirate segment of "Party Pooper Pants", a live-action version of Neptune is at Patchy's party. Neptune plays a central part in The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie. The movie also introduces Neptune's duaghter, Princess Mindy. This version of Neptune is green-skinned and far more cartoony than the version in "Neptune's Spatula". He is also explicitly portrayed as a king rather than a god, and lives in a palace just outside of Bikini Bottom rather than Atlantis. This Neptune is very brutish and tyrannical, which he tells his daughter is necessary for him to be respected as a ruler. His crown is very important to him, not only because it is a symbol of his power, but because it covers his "thinning" (bald) head. When the crown is stolen by Plankton Neptune attempts to execute Mr. Krabs, who is framed for the crime.
The "Neptune's Spatula" incarnation of Neptune appears briefly in "SpongeBob vs. the Patty Gadget".
In a picture book called "SpongeBob and the Princess," Princess Neptunea (who does not resemble Mindy) comes to Bikini Bottom.
Krabby Patty Burglar
The Krabby Patty Burglar is an alter ego of SpongeBob. He simply wears a black mask over his eyes. When Mr. Krabs left, SpongeBob quickly claimed himself to be Krabby the Clown's side kick and attempted to stall the kids.This works until the kids rip his arms off and use them as boomerangs.
Krabby the Clown
Krabby the Clown is an alter ego of Mr. Krabs. He is a clown and wears a polka dot tie, and a red tomato nose, which was painted blue. Mr. Krabs dressed up as Krabby to entertain the kids, who (along with SpongeBob) were deeply dissapointed with his performance. Mr. Krabs handed some lyability booklets to the kids at Krabby Land Park, which if you handed it back to him you could meet Krabby. His alter ego of Krabby only appears in Krabby Land.
Krusty McPatty is a wax sculpture of a character in the PC version of Lights, Camera, Pants!
There is a wax sculpture of him at the Fry Cook Museum, and SpongeBob says that he is the best fry cook in the world.
The enlightened Lightning Larry Luciano is the first champion of snails racing, and since then ignited the flame of the sport's good camaraderie. Because of his advanced age, he is moving much slower than his fellow, and needed several hours to get the fire way to bowl to go. Later, someone else has the flame lit for him. He only appears in the episode: The Great Snail Race.
Larry Luciano is an old snail which looks/has: (A white walrus moustache, and two small and white eyebrows.
- He is all wrinkly.
- He has a brown body, and at the bottom he is green.
- His shell is mostly yellow with brown spots and green lines.
Larry the Lobster
Lawrence "Larry" Timothy Lobster (born January 8, 1984) is a muscular red lobster who is a common patron and lifeguard of Bikini Bottom's popular beach, Goo Lagoon. He is voiced by Doug Lawrence. Larry first appeared in the episode "Ripped Pants". Although he appears in many episodes, Larry is a relatively minor character in the series, usually relegated to minor or background roles. He is also 26 years old.
Larry is a bodybuilder and is often seen competing or working out. He is always seen in his swim trunks, even when not at the beach, similar to Patrick. He regularly goes to Bikini Bottom's beach, Goo Lagoon, and works as a lifeguard there, as seen most notably in "SpongeGuard on Duty". Larry is one of the strongest creatures in Bikini Bottom, possibly second only to Sandy Cheeks, of whom he is a good friend. Larry is very popular and is idolized by many other beachgoers. In "Band Geeks", it is stated that Larry's heart once gave out from too many tanning pills, and in "Roller Cowards" he is revealed to have a bad armpit odor that is caused by adrenaline. Larry has also run for Bikini Bottom president against Patrick Star. His campaign slogan is "Do you want a president that does not drool when he thinks? Vote for Larry!" Despite this, he lost to Patrick unanimously on February 19, 2007. Larry's implied parents appear in "SpongeGuard on Duty". However, they are not lobsters, they are generic "old person" character models. Larry kicks his own parents off of the beach for being too "old and unsightly", in an ironically polite manner.
Larry appears in the video games "SpongeBob SquarePants: Employee of the Month", "Lights, Camera, Pants!", and "Battle for Bikini Bottom".
Lary the Snail who is shown in the Episode: Dumped.The reason SpongeBob got Lary the Snail is, because Gary dumped SpongeBob for Patrick. Lary has a much deeper voice than his species member Gary.
Lary has long, scruffy eyelashes, red eyes, and his shell is mostly colored in a light brown, but has spots of yellow and lines of purple. His shell is pretty much the same as Gary's but with a different color.
Lary has a pretty bad attitude. At first, when SpongeBob presents Lary with food he smells it and growls and gets a disgusted look on his face. Secondly, when SpongeBob shows were Lary sleeps, Lary Growls again and tears all the newspaper up, and sleeps on SpongeBob's bed and SpongeBob sleeps on the newspapers. Thirdly, when SpongeBob tells Lary the joke he just doesn't laugh and Growls again.
Le Schnook is a very mean, ugly, and bossy french chef who came for the exchange in Le Big Switch. When he walked straight into the Krusty Krab, a good chef didn't come in, trouble came in. He demanded something other than Krabby Patties to be made, demanded for the Krusty Krab to be fancier, and even made Mr. Krabs lose Squidward. He was also the villian in the episode. Since Le Big Switch, he has not made an appearance.
Le Schnook is purple in color, and has only been seen in a chef's uniform. He has shady eyes and a big mouth but other than that he has no physical features.
Le Schnook is a very mean, selfish, bossy, and ugly villain. When he demanded the Krusty Krab to sell other things besides the Krabby Patty, he shredded exspensive Gold into the food much to Mr. Krabs's dismay. He takes everything away from the Restaurant making Mr. Krabs broke. He even takes Squidward.
Le Spatula is a high tech spatula that SpongeBob bought while Spat was in the hospital. He is most likely the enemy of Spat because Spat thought that SpongeBob did not want him any more because he bought Le Spatula. He later told SpongeBob that he was not designed to make Krabby Patties, but to make fancy food. SpongeBob cried because now that he thought that Spat was gone he had lost Le Spatula too.
Le Spatula has an end like any other spatula but has a big round tech object that is barrel shaped. It has a dozen more flipping objects and also has the ability to talk (in a French accent). Mr. Krabs gave great liking to Le Spatula. He first appeared in the episode All That Giltters.
Lenny is an anchovy who has appeared in many episodes. His name was revealed in the episode, "Good Ol' Whatshisname." Lenny is either married or was married to Mable and they had two children. Lenny is also seen in SpongeBob SquarePants: the Yellow Avenger as one of the Fish harassed by Little Dirty Bubbles.
He wears a tuxedo every time he is with Mable. Sometimes he wears a white shirt. However, in Spongicus Lenny's tuxedo was shown without his head and his other look was there so it could possibly be that the other one is not Lenny or neither it was another fish because the tuxedo was only shown, not his head.
The Lifeguard appears in many episodes that feature Goo Lagoon. He works with other lifeguards, like Larry. He has a great attittude and was only heard mad in the episode Ripped Pants. He is the only other lifeguard besides Larry. When someone isn't drowning, he sits in a tower that says "Lifeguard" on it.
He has green skin and a white shirt. He also has all the gear he needs to save a drowning person and a whistle.
The Lion Fish was first shown in the episode, Spongicus. It scares people at the Krusty Krab in the end if they don't pay money.
The Lion fish it looks like a lion with a body of a fish.
The Lion Fish is very angry and scares people. It can be tamed by throwing sausages to it.
Lionel Fishy was only mentioned in A Day Without Tears. He is a singer with the song called Sad Song. He was probably advertised by K-Blub.
Lip Service (aka Lipps Service) (born January 25, 1961) is a fish that fought Sandy Cheeks in the episode, "Karate Island." Lip Service has huge lips, wears a blue shirt and has blonde hair. She also has green eyelids and is orange colored. She was on the second floor of the Four Floors of Fear. She was winning the fight against Sandy, until Sandy pulled out a hairdryer and chapped her lips. She was employed by Udon to make SpongeBob purchase real estate. She lives in Karate Island.
Lisa the Coast Check Girl
Lisa the Coat Check Girl is a character featured in Employee of the Month.
She is a pinkish fish with yellow hair and purple spots on her. Her accent is french. She works at Sublime Seafoods.
The Little Girl went to the Near Mint Comic Book Store to get her Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy book signed. Possibly related to Squidward.
The Little Girl looks like Squidward. She has a pink dress and yellow hair.
The Little Kid went to the Near Mint Comic Book Store to get his Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy book signed. Possibly related to Squidward.
The Little Kid looks like Squidward. He has a red t-shirt and a blue cap.
Lord Reginald is a chimp, and one of Sandy's bosses. He was tortured in an invention SpongeBob and Patrick designed to help Sandy. He, Professor Percy and Dr. Marmalade own Sandy's Treedome. Lord Reginald's only appearance was in the episode: Chimps Ahoy. He is voiced by Rik Mayall.
He can be very strict and is a very serious chimp. He is the first one to be in the Back-Scratching, Nose-Picking, Hair-Combing, Ukulele-Tuner 9000. The machine felt good at first and then it got out of control. However, it seemed to give him some delicious pudding which made him happy.
Lord Royal Highness
Lord Royal Highness also known as L.R.H., is the current ruler of Atlantis, and is voiced by musician David Bowie. He held the real oldest bubble that Patrick accidentally popped, and gives tourists a tour of the city. When they arrive, they must press a button for him. Afterwards, a red carpet comes out, and then he follows.
Lord Royal Highness has a wacky sort of look and his skin is a dark blue color. His only hair is on the sides near his ears and they are an orange color. His brain is in a glass dome and he also has big red lips. He has a big nose and a small crown. His left eye is green, whereas the right is blue.
L.R.H. is almost always calm, except when something he cares about is destroyed. Like when Patrick accidentally popped the oldest living bubble, he was super angry and would have sent them to jail or worse, but thanks to Sandy's quick thinking, she used Mr. Krabs, Squidward, Patrick and SpongeBob as weapons against L.R.H.'s soldiers.
Lou is a orange fish who is commonly seen as a food vendor in many episodes. He is also a shop clerk at the Barg'n Mart and a purveyor of other goods around Bikini Bottom. Lou is usually upbeat and treats his customers with respect. However, in the episode Party Pooper Pants Lou's personality departs from the norm, and we learn that he has changed from a happy fish (from a photo SpongeBob has) to a tired, sad fish because of SpongeBob's presence at the Barg'n Mart: "...but you have to leave right now!." In As Seen on TV a fish refers to Lou as "Vendor." We learn Lou's name in the episode Party Pooper Pants.
Lou is a orange colored fish with a blue dorsal fin, blue arms and legs, and light blue lips. He wears a white paper hat, a white t-shirt, and a white apron that has pink ice cream stains on it. In Party Pooper Pants he wears a badge that says Hi!. In Porous Pockets he has a giant peanut sticking out of his hat. Lou's appearance has been inconsistent throughout the series. For example, in Ripped Pants he has lots of blue on his face and in Party Pooper Pants he does not have nostrils.
Lou has been voiced by at least 3 different actors.
Mable is a blond anchovy fish who has been seen in many episodes. She has four known children and has been married three times. She was once married to Tom, and they have a son, Timmy. One of her children, Billy, was revealed in "Squirrel Jokes." In "The Sponge Who Could Fly", Timmy, the same fish who is Tom's son called her mom. However, she was shown with various male fish throughout the series, indicating she is not married. She was married to SpongeBob's ex-classmate and she has had an anchovy boyfriend named Lenny who she mistaken was asking a Lisa to marry him. In "Born to Be Wild" it was revealed that she was married to this anchovy and they have two children. In "20,000 Patties Under the Sea," it was revealed that she has been in a fourth marriage, to which her husband was insulted by Plankton. Her name was revealed in Born to be Wild, when one of her husbands shouts, "Mable, get the kids!". She is seen hanging out with Squilliam Fancyson in "Squilliam Returns".
Mable Lobster is a old lady at Shady Shoals. She dated Man Ray in high school and went to the prom with him. She is sometimes married to Old Man Jenkins or Dennis. Her name is mentioned in Shuffleboarding. She is a very commonly seen fish with wrinkles, white hair and glasses. She is also Larry the Lobster's mother.
Mable is an old lady in a wheelchair. She has a white beehive hairdo and wears a blue shirt with yellow dots. She is in the hospital of The Two Faces of Squidward. She is friend of Spongebob and she has amnesia. His favourite color is blue or orange, she does not remember exactly. She appears only in "The Two Faces of Squidward".
Mack Mackerel is a character featured in the PC version of Lights, Camera, Pants!
He is a yellow fish,and has a wide expression on his face with blondish hair with purple office uniform on. He also has the same voice as The Realistic Fish Head.
He was doing a Live coverage on a giant pearl beign delivered to Bikini Bottom but they were losing power on their equipment so SpongeBob had to get a power system that works indoors from the Biologist.
The Mailman appears in many episodes. It is just shown that he brings mail to SpongeBob.
The Mailman is a yellow fish.He has blue hair, a green hat, has a mail bag and a greens top. He looks a lot like Nat but Nat is actually green.
Man Ray is an archenemy of Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy. He is a parody of Aquaman's arch villain, Black Manta. He was originally voiced by John Rhys-Davies, but later replaced by Bob Joles. Man Ray is an anthromorphized Manta Ray with a blue helmet shaped like the head of a manta ray and red skin. His gloves, boots, and speedo are a deep blue color. He has no head under his helmet.
Man Ray first appears in "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy III", where he was imprisoned in the Mermalair in a capsule of frozen tartar sauce. He was thawed by SpongeBob and Patrick past his head, then thawed completely when he swore to them that he had given up his evil ways, and that if they didn't release him there would be dire consequences. But, his claim of reform was only a trick. Spongebob and Patrick attempt to confirm his reform by putting him through a series of "goodness" tests and shocking him with the tickle belt that was locked onto him when he does wrong. They eventually fully believe him when he says "please" and release him from the belt. Man Ray then reveals his true intentions and goes off to continue his crime spree, only to turn to the good side (for real this time). However, he later resurfaces as a villain in the episode "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V", as part of E.V.I.L. (alongside the Dirty Bubble and Barnacle Boy (referring to himself as "Barnacle Man"). He also had a great appearance in Back to the Past, where he was part of a messed up future SpongeBob and Patrick created. He was mayor of the city in this episode.
He appears in a Krusty Krab commercial in "Mermaid Man vs. SpongeBob", where he is using the Tickle Belt on Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy. Mermaid Man says, "He's as strong as the Krusty Kids' Meal", and Man Ray is fooled by the mention of the meal, his favorite food. With Man Ray's hands tied up in chains, he wonders how he could be evil with the Kids' Meal and laughs with Mermaid Man.
He appears again in "Shuffleboarding", where he appears to have retired from villainy and is seen at a laundromat with an old lady named Mable, who he went to the prom with. Despite his not doing anything wrong at the moment, Man Ray and Mable are attacked and arrested by SpongeBob and Patrick.
Man Ray appears in the video game SuperSponge as an enemy, and in "SpongeBob SquarePants: the Yellow Avenger" as a major villain and boss. He also appeears in Spongebob's Drawn to Life as a playable character.
He is also referenced (although not seen) in both "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy" (before his actual first appearance) and "Mermaid Man & Barnacle Boy VI: The Motion Picture". Man Ray possesses typical superhero combat skills and seems to have the power to shoot destructive lasers from his hands. It is unknown if he possesses other powers. In his first appearance, he steals some of Mermaid Man's weapons, so it's possible the lasers he shoots are built into his gloves and are not actually a natural superpower.
Mary is a character who's in the episode: Chotolate with Nuts. She is Alive on with Spongebob and Patrick with Chocolate on be in Fancy! on the episodes 20, 000 Patties Under the Sea The Two Faces of Squidward she married Old Man Jenkins. She wants her mother to die soon as, it appears her mother is making her quite miserable and appears to be near death. Mary is voiced by Sandy Jones
Mary's Mother (Born September 17, 1881) is an extremely old woman. She appears in Chocolate With Nuts when SpongeBob and Patrick sell her chocolate.
She lives with her elderly daughter Mary in Bikini Bottom, but she herself is ancient compared to just about anyone in the city, including her daughter. She is shriveled up to the point where she appears to be merely a head and a spine, and thus must get around by a wheelchair. She's extremely hard at hearing and has no physical eyes left. She is also somewhat bad-tempered and impatient, often irritating her daughter Mary to no end.
When SpongeBob and Patrick come to Mary's doorstep, her mother comes forth to see what they are selling. Mary is forced to scream at the top of her lungs that they are selling chocolate bars, to which her mother reminisces on when chocolate was invented, and how much she hated it. Patrick then tells her that the chocolate will make her live forever if she rubs it on her skin. Excited at this offer, she buys a bar from the boys, much to her daughter's dismay, and demands that Mary start rubbing her with the chocolate.
Later in the episode, Mary and her mother double-date Patrick and SpongeBob after they become successful at selling their chocolate.
Mermaid Man real name Jim (born March 31, 1929) is a semi-retired superhero who is well past his prime. He and his sidekick, Barnacle Boy, are the stars of a show-within-a-show called "The Adventures of Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy", but are also real superheroes within the universe of SpongeBob SquarePants. The two are now very old, and currently reside at Shady Shoals Rest Home. However, their two biggest fans, SpongeBob SquarePants and Patrick Star, convinced them to come out of retirement. He is voiced by Ernest Borgnine. Mermaid Man is a parody of both Aquaman and Batman. He wears a nearly identical costume, and his powers, which include being able to control the creatures of the sea, are also similar to those of Aquaman. Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy's TV show and method of fighting crime are based on the campy 60's Batman TV show, their secret headquarters, the Mermalair, is a parody of the Batcave, and their vehicle, the "Invisible Boat-Mobile" is a parody of both the Batmobile and Wonder Woman's invisible jet.
Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy first appeared in the episode of the same name. This episode spawned several "sequels" (II, III, IV, V, and VI), all of which featured the duo. Originally, they appeared exclusively in episodes bearing their name. Their first appearance of any kind in an episode not bearing their name was in "Have You Seen This Snail", in which SpongeBob receives a Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy-themed paddle ball set. However, they do not physically appear in this episode. Their first full appearance in a "normal" episode was in "Night Light", and since then, the rule of them only appearing in numbered "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy" episodes has been abolished. In season six, they appear in three episodes, more than in any other season.
Mermaid Man is an old man who is overweight and very round in shape. He exhibits several typical characteristics of an old man, such as white hair, poor sight and hearing, crankiness and memory loss, often forgetting what he is thinking about or doing. Elements of his costume not shared by Aquaman include an M-shaped belt buckle, a purple star-shaped mask, a scallop-shell bra, and a pair of pink fuzzy slippers. It is unclear how Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy can survive in Bikini Bottom, as they are some of the only true humanoid characters on the show (although they could be Atlantean or otherwise super-powered). Mermaid Man has a sidekick, Barnacle Boy, who he still treats like a child even though Barnacle Boy is 68 years old (according to "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V").
According to Mermaid Man, his powers all come from his costume. His abilities include summoning and controlling sea creatures, high speed swimming (used to create the "Raging Whirlpool"), water balls, and the ability to survive underwater. While Mermaid Man retains all of these abilities, they are not as powerful as they were in his prime.
In addition to this, his belt features a wide array of abilities, similar to Batman's utility belt, as seen in "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy IV". These abilities are usually manifested as a beam or ray. The only one specifically named on the show is the "Small Ray", which shrinks things, but various effects were created when SpongeBob tested various buttons on Squidward in an attempt to reverse the Small Ray's effects. These include several bizarre mutations and effects, such as causing the victim to suddenly catch on fire, turn inside out, or to be cut in half by scissors. In the episode "Ditchin'", a Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy origin comic book is shown. One panel features a man resembling Barnacle Boy and woman resembling Mermaid Man in a spaceship. The woman has two children in her arms resembling Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy, implying that Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy are brothers. However, this book was advertised as being brand-new, so it is likely that this story is false.
Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy have several super-villain enemies. Their two most notable foes are the Dirty Bubble, their arch nemesis, a sentient giant bubble, and Man Ray, a Manta ray-themed villain who is a parody of Black Manta, the arch nemesis of Aquaman. Other villains include the Atomic Flounder, who is now retired, the Sinister Slug, the Jumbo Shrimp, Kelp Thing, the Moth, a humanoid moth who steals light and was seen in "Night Light". Mermaid Man claims to have been trying to catch the Moth for 57 years due to his very small size. The Mermalair features a "villain containment chamber" where villains such as Man Ray and Prawn are imprisoned in frozen tartar sauce, as seen in "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy III" and the video game Battle for Bikini Bottom. It is unknown whether Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy imprison all their enemies in this manner.
Mini Squidward, or Mini Squid is a puppet-replica of Squidward, and he is voiced by Tom Kenny. He first appeared in the episode "The Paper" when SpongeBob used his paper to make a ventriliquist dummy to tell numerous jokes. He later made a second and more major appearance in the episode "Squid Wood". He was used as Squidward's replacement when Squidward refused to play with SpongeBob. Squidward was annoyed by Mini Squid. Squidward was initially happy when Mini-Squid offered to do his job, but he grew angry when Mini-Squid succeeded in places Squidward had failed by doing the exact same thing. For example, both Squidward and Mini-Squid asked "Who ordered the Krabby Patty, and who ordered the Krabby Patty?" but the customers thought that it was funny only when Mini-Squid said it. The customers laughed at Squidward when he danced but said that Mini-Squid's dancing was good when Squidward did the same dance. Harold suggested that Squidward get size reduction surgery so that he could dance more like Mini-Squid, although his dance was exactly the same. The same thing happened when Squidward played his clarinet. Furious, Squidward attacked Mini-Squid. A talent scout visiting the Krusty Krab offered Mini-Squid a job. In the end, Squidward's puppet problems were not solved, as SpongeBob had made a puppet of himself also.
Monroe Timothy Rechid (born December 6, 1995) is an orange fish who is Fred and Sadie Rechid's son. He attends Bikini Bottom Elementary School where Mable is a teacher ("The Sponge Who Could Fly"). Furthur conformation of Monroe being Fred and Sadie's son is that he's the same color as his mother and Fred and Sadie were seen in "Christmas Who?" as a couple without him but just his sister, Debbie. It was revealed in the episode, "Hocus Pocus" that he does not like pistachio ice cream. He threw rocks at Squidward Tentacles in "Dying for Pie" with Dale and his other friend. In "Roller Cowards", on the Grand Opening Day on the Fiery Fist at Glove World, he and his friend were on the bus that SpongeBob and Patrick got on. He told them he and his friends were going to ride the roller coaster, and he told his friend that he hopes his spine fell off, which SpongeBob and Patrick overheard thus becoming more afraid of the ride. Before he was lifted up by Eugene H. Krabs in the episode "Krabby Land", he told his name Monroe. He also appears in The Sponge Who Could Fly. He is 13 born December 6, 1995. He wears a propeller beanie and is voiced by Sara Paxton.
Monty P. Moneybags
Monty P. Moneybags is an art collector from the SpongeBob episode Artist Unknown. He is a red fish with a mustache and purple lips. He has a plaid tux with a cyan undershirt and a blue tie. He also has a sea green flower on his collar.
Mr. Seaweed Monsterman
Mr. Seaweed Monsterman is a green seaweed monster with red, orange and tan skin who only appeared for a gag in the episode, “That's No Lady.” When Patrick, who is trying to create a new identity for himself because he believes he is the target of an assasin, suggests to become "Mr. Seaweed Monsterman", Spongebob indicates that there already is a Mr. Seaweed Monsterman, at which point Mr. Seaweed Monsterman appears and says “Hey!” and waves to SpongeBoob and Patrick. He has a large pile of seaweed for his body and little dash of kelp for a hairpiece. He has not appeared in an episode since.
Mr. Tentacles (1934-1970) is Squidward's father and Mrs. Tentacles' husband. Although he had not appeared on screen, he was mentioned in "Krab Borg" at the Krusty Krab when Squidward told SpongeBob SquarePants that his father loved him very much. The use of past tense has led to fan speculation that Mr. Tentacles is deceased. However he made a live appearance in the book "Hooray for Dads", indicating he's alive. Mr. Tentacles was shown to have a similar personality to his son. He wears glasses. It is possible he lives in Tentacle Acres and was seen in Squidville or Cephalapod Lodge.
Mrs. Poppy Puff (born January 12, 1949) is a Boating School Driving instructor who teaches students (including SpongeBob) at Mrs. Puff's Boating School. Spongebob has attended the school ever since its opening, and has failed his final driving exam countless times, often injuring Mrs. Puff and/or damaging the school in the process. Mary Jo Catlett, better known for her role as Pearl the maid on Diff'rent Strokes, provides Mrs. Puff's voice.
Mrs. Puff is the owner and sole instructor of Mrs. Puff's boating school, where students are tested to recieve their driver's license. The school consists of a single classroom, where Mrs. Puff teaches classes much like a grade school teacher, surrounded by a large training course with many features and obstacles.Being a pufferfish, Mrs. Puff has the ability to inflate herself, which she usually does when frightened or injured.
Spongebob Squarepants, Mrs. Puff's longest-standing student, is the bane of her existence. His annoying personality, reckless driving and inability to improve torment her to no end. Spongebob has failed his driving test countless times, often sending Mrs. Puff to the hospital and causing immense property damage in the process. On multiple occasions, she has been sent to jail as a result of his actions. To make matters worse, SpongeBob has failed to come to terms with the reality that he cannot learn to drive properly, largely due to his boundless optimism.
No thanks to Spongebob, Mrs. Puff is very paranoid and erratic, and has had a history of mental instability. In "No Free Rides", it is implied that she has had to move to another town and start a new life with a new name in the past.
In the episode "Doing Time" when Mrs. Puff, thinking she is about to die, says "Where did I go wrong?" The scene then cuts to a flashback of Mrs. Puff, presumably at the opening of her school, saying "...as long as a student is willing to learn, I shall never give up." Right after she says this, Spongebob appears and introduces himself to her.
In the episode "Mrs. Puff, You're Fired", Mrs. Puff is fired by her boss, Mr. Fitz, who holds her responsible for Spongebob's repeated failures. However, she is rehired at the end of the episode, once Fitz realizes that Spongebob is unteachable.
In the episode "Krusty Love", Mr. Krabs falls in love with Mrs. Puff, and they begin dating. Although they are still on good terms at the end of the episode, their relationship has not been mentioned since. In that same episode, when Mr. Krabs thinks that Mrs. Puff is already married, it is revealed that Mr. Puff was killed by humans and made into a lamp.
In "The Sponge Who Could Fly", Mrs. Puff's pet snail is shown. This snail is, in fact, Snellie, Squidward's snail from "The Great Snail Race". She claims that she has had it since she was a little girl, adding to the confusion. However, it is most likely that this was simply an instance of recycled character models, and Mrs. Puff's snail and Snellie are not intended to be the same character.
Mrs. Puff has been arrested and sent to Bikini Bottom Jail five times in the series, usually due to Spongebob's actions:
- In "Hall Monitor", when SpongeBob almost destroyed Bikini Bottom, she was sentenced to jail for at 6 months.
- In "Doing Time", Mrs. Puff is deemed responsible when Spongebob goes on a rampage through the city during a disasterous driving exam, and is sent to prison for a very long time, possibly a life sentence.
- In "No Free Rides", Mrs. Puff attempts to steal Spongebob's new car after falsely passing him, and ends up crashing into a police car. Spongebob says that the warden would let her go early if she gives free driving lessons.
- In "Ditchin'" she was arrested for skipping jury duty.
- In Summer Job, she was arrested for littering.
Mrs. Puff is a tan-colored blowfish with stubby blue fins for limbs. She has yellow hair, and wears a blue shirt with yellow ties, a blue hat, a red skirt, and red shoes. She is very large, but is not overweight, as her size is a trait of her species.
Mrs. Tentacles (Mama Tentacles) (1936-) is Squidward's elderly mother. She has white hair and wears a dress. She wears slippers and she is turqoise just like Squidward. In "Fools in April," she had white hair but no wrinkles on her face. In the episode "Krusty Towers," Mama Tentacles now has wrinkles, pink clothes, and looks more older, but also with glasses.
She made her first live appearance on the episode, "Krusty Towers", because Squidward wanted cookies like mother used to make. After Squidward gets his mother's cookies, Squidward replies "If only Mom was a better cook." She made a small appearance in "Ghost Host" when the Flying Dutchman took the form of her head to haunt Squidward.
Mrs. Tentacles seems to like baking cookies as seen in the episode. "Krusty Towers." She also appears to be very friendly, although in "Fools in April" she was mean to Squidward. She is married to Papa Tentacles although it is presumed that he is deceased. Mrs. Tentacles also resides in an Easter Island head similar to Squidward's; the only difference is her home has womanish curly hair. She is voiced by Rodger Bumpass who also voices Squidward.
Mystery is the sea horse SpongeBob adopted and let go in the episode, "My Pretty Seahorse." Mr. Krabs seemed to not like Mystery after SpongeBob lied to him about keeping outside but catching him when Mystery had a seizure.
Her name matches because if she eats something and walks away, then nobody knows and it's a "Mystery" problem. She ate flowers, Krabby Patties, Old Man Jenkins, SpongeBob's spatula, all the Krabby Patties, the stove, SpongeBob's hat, SpongeBob's book chapter mark, and Mr. Krabs' money. Soon, Squidward had noticed it, and SpongeBob & Mr. Krabs were chasing her, and it's a "mystery" where Mystery is.
Her sounds were provided by Frank Welker.
Nancy Suzy Fish
Nancy Suzy Fish is a grey white-haired fish who is the most commonly used female character model. She is usually dark blue in color and wears a yellow dress, although her color and appearance vary in certain episodes. In "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V", she is given the name "Nancy". However, in "Good Ol' Whatshisname", her name is stated to be "Suzy Fish". This is reinforced in "Mermaid Man vs. SpongeBob," where a man cries out, "Suzy, no!" as she is about to eat a Krabby Patty. She has been voiced by both Grey DeLisle and Sirena Irwin.
She is often seen eating at the Krusty Krab, and in several episodes is seen attending Mrs. Puff's Boating School. In episodes such as "The Chaperone" and "Hooky", she is among Pearl's friends, suggesting she is a teenager, although in other episodes she is clearly portrayed as a full-grown adult. In "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy III", she is a bank teller at the "First Nautical Bank". She is often seen with Fred, particularly in earlier episodes, while in "No Weenies Allowed", she is seen picnicking at Goo Lagoon with Tom and a child. In "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V", she is seen making out with a fish named John at Make Out Reef. In "Ghost Host", The Flying Dutchman tries to hit on her.
The Narrator is one of the narrators (not to be confused with the French Narrator) who narrates some of the episodes. He is predominately featured in the episode, "Krusty Krab Training Video." He is voiced by Steve Keehela. He is not heard narrating as often as the French Narrator.
Nat Peterson is a generic yellow fish with a purple fin on his back and purple lips. He has been voiced by both James Arnold Taylor and Daran Norris.
Ned and the Needlefish
Ned and the Needlefish is a music group with Ned as head singer. They all wear a white wig. They have only appeared in "Wigstruck". When Ned showed his band the wig, they questioned whether it was a wig or a pile of toilet paper. One of the band members took it off to try it on, thus revealing Ned's baldness. So, they played "Hot Potato," and eventually the wig fell out of the window of the bus. Ned later goes to Bigshot Records and gets kicked out of the band. Afterward he walked around Bikini Bottom and gets slamed in his face by his missing wig that SpongeBob released. Ned then rejoined the band and sold a hit record.
Ned is a kind guy but he got angry when the needlefish stole his Wig. The needlefish seem quite cheeky but Ned is more serious. The band was almost closed when they arrived at Bigshot Records and Ned did not have hair or a wig. All was well luckily.
Ned and the Needlefish tour around the whole Pacific Ocean, attracting big crowds. Ned and the needlefish were touring around Bikini Bottom. The bands looks are sort of laid back ripped shirt style. Ned has a peace sign around his necklace and they could support it too. Ned also loves his wig and eventually when he got it back, everyone loved it. When SpongeBob had the wig everyone hated it. They all wore blue pants, and they were not very tall.
Nicholas "Nick" Whithers (born March 1, 1973) is the host of a television show called "House Fancy," as seen in the episode, "House Fancy." He seemed to be interested in both Squidward and Squilliam's houses, which both look similar. However, he chose Squidward's House to be the new spotlight for House Fancy, replacing Squilliam. He has a main camera-crew men, and is possibly a famous TV show host. He is the first one-appearance only appearing character in the sixth season of SpongeBob Squarepants. But it is possible he can make another appearance because Squilliam Fancyson has been absent for four seasons, and he did, returning in another Season 6 Episode, Porous Pockets.
Nicholas Withers is an orange fish. He has blonde hair. He also wears a blue sweater and brown pants.
No Name (a.k.a. Friend)
Friend, formerly known as No Name, is a blue jellyfish who made his debut appearance in Jellyfish Hunter. No Name is an average jellyfish with a blue body and navy blue blotches. He is the stealthiest and fastest of every known jellyfish Spongebob had caught.
No Name was first seen in his debut episode where it avoided being caught by Spongebob. After being sent by Mr. Krabs to catch every jellyfish for their jelly and the population of Jellyfish Fields was depleted, Spongebob was followed by No Name when going back to his house where he was captured by the blue jellyfish when he cut the electrical wire and lured Spongebob with a Krabby Patty made from his own jelly. No Name brought Spongebob to a factory and showed him the inside where every jellyfish Spongebob caught are being tortured and their jelly being extracted. Spongebob then saw Mr. Krabs in the factory and was the one who tricked Spongebob into catching the jellyfish. The two of them stormed into the factory, stopped Mr. Krabs, and freed the remaining captured jellyfish who proceeded to stung Mr. Krabs. From there on, No Name is renamed as Friend.
Due to his jellyfish-like appearance and behavior, No Name can create an electric shock/sting that makes the body parts of a hostile person to swell up. However, it is shown in Jellyfish Hunter that No Name's electric sting can temporarily have no effect on Spongebob when No Name taps Spongebob on the shoulder while inside the factory that Mr. Krabs uses to torture the jellyfishes. No Name also has the ability of stealth, speed, and intelligence. It is shown also in Jellyfish Hunter that No Name is skilled at using a jellyfish net and a jar.
Old Man Jenkins
Old Man Jenkins (born March 14, 1879) is a character name used in various episodes as a running gag Example: SpongeBob.
The name was originally applied to the elderly green fish in the image above, who appears commonly throughout the series, but in other episodes the name "Old Man Jenkins" has been used for completely different characters. Thus, it is unknown whether "Old Man Jenkins" is the canonical character name of the old green fish. He has been voiced by both Tom Kenny and Doug Lawrence.
Painty the Pirate
Painty the Pirate, also refered to as Captain, is a painting of a pirate head with his parrot which appears at the beginning of and sings the SpongeBob SquarePants Theme Song. His mouth is actually real, so he could talk. The real lips in the painting are the lips of Stephen Hillenburg, the show's creator. He also makes appearances in "Your Shoe's Untied" and "Wet Painters" (although in the latter he only appears as an inanimate painting). He has a patch over his left eye, a skull-and-crossbones hat, and of course the parrot on his left shoulder. He is voiced by Patrick Pinney in most appearances, but in Truth or Square, in the "rejected" theme songs, he is voiced by Bob Joles. On the ride Spongebob 4D, Painty would come out of the screen to "drag" the viewers underwater. Unfortunately, this scared many children who had to leave the ride.
Patar is a distant ancestor of Patrick Star. He appeared in the episode, "Ugh." He is very strong, playful, and curious. Patar is very foolish, even eating his shirt, exposing him as naked. But, even then, he is powerful, even crushing Squog when he hugs him at the beginning. He was friends with SpongeGar and Squog (SpongeBob and Squidward’s ancestors) but, Squog (unlike Squidward) is apparently also friends with him. He eats everything, just so long as it has enough salt on it. Examples are Prehistoric Gary's slime, Mr.Krabs' small ancestors, his clothes, coral, and even his own burnt hand. He was the first to notice that when he clapped it rained, but got overzealous and caused a thunderstorm, creating fire. His favorite food is Prehistory Krabs, the ancestors of Mr. Krabs, but he has tried to eat a roasted stick before. He is not to be confused with the Prehistoric Patrick.
Patar is only playable on the game, SpongeBob B.C. Bowling and Spongebob the movie video game
Patar Looks a lot like Patrick except that Patar has more chest hair, a bigger and uglier mouth and flared nostrils which resemble those of a gorilla. He wears the same clothes as the present Patrick, but instead of pants, he wears typical cave-man leopard skin-like clothes.
Patchy the Pirate
Patchy Pirate (born July 13, 1962) is a live-action character appearing in many SpongeBob episodes specials and major events, as the "host" of these. He is the president of the SpongeBob SquarePants Fan Club and is portrayed by Tom Kenny.
He resides in a small home in Encino, California. His bedroom is filled with SpongeBob-themed items such as plush toys, collectibles, bedspreads, and pillows. He also wears SpongeBob's underwear. He has a pet parrot, Potty, who is also his sidekick. They tend to not get along, such as in "Ugh" where they fight over whether prehistory or the future is better. His next door neighbor, an elderly woman named Mrs. Johnson, has been known to make cookies for him, and he requests they be put in a doggie bag. He says he became president of the Fan Club by electing himself and accepting graciously.
Patchy is a stereotypical, intentionally corny pirate character. He has an eyepatch and hook, which he frequently switches between eyes/hands. Patchy also has a black beard and wears a hat and other pirate accessories. In "The Sponge Who Could Fly", it is inferred that he must remove his hook and peg leg in order to take a shower. Patchy even has a spare foot, for when he goes outside. He is able to recover from virtually any injury, including being shot out of a cannon and being bit by a dinosaur. While normally friendly, Patchy is easily angered, especially by Potty.
The live-action segments featuring Patchy and Potty typically appear at the beginning and end of the show, as well as immediately before or after commercial breaks. Patchy has appeared in "Christmas Who?", "Shanghaied", "Party Pooper Pants", "The Lost Episode, "Ugh", "Friend or Foe" and "Atlantis Squarepantis". A logo sequence featuring Patchy appears at the start of "Have You Seen This Snail?", "Pest of the West" and "What Ever Happened to SpongeBob?", identifying the episode as "a SpongeBob SquarePants special". Often, these segments will reflect the theme of the SpongeBob episode; in "Ugh", Patchy attempts to host the show in a prehistoric setting but is invaded by Potty's futuristic technology, and in "Friend or Foe", Patchy and Potty work in a fast food restaurant, where they end up becoming enemies.
Apart from special episodes themselves, Patchy has appeared in several Nickelodeon special events. Leading up to the premiere of "Have You Seen This Snail", Patchy and Tony Hawk look for Gary by following a slime trail. Patchy ended up on Friday Night Slimetime, while Tony ended up in Times Square. Patchy hosted the Best Day Ever marathon on a boat in New York City harbor. In his opinion, New York City is the best city ever. While hosting the marathon, he played chess with his teddy bear (and lost), read magazines (including one about Jessica Alba), and wrote in his diary with a seahorse pen. He also revealed that he had an extreme childhood fear of seahorses, and thereby was frightened by his pen. He also read books, drank hot cocoa, and ate cookies. He later fell asleep at midnight, and missed #85, "Shell of a Man." He is still asleep after this episode, with his hook in his mouth. In the middle of the night, Patchy woke up to announce #61, "Suds" and came up the excuse that he was "resting his eyes". However, he was mumbling and stumbling over his words in the process as a sign that he was half-asleep and, ironically, skipped numbers 62-73. After that he went back to sleep and did not fully wake up until after #43, "Nature Pants", when his alarm clock rang at 8 A.M. He had Pirate Flakes cereal and Orange Juice for breakfast. He also got a back massage, and told the viewers about the Empire State Building. Patchy hosted the Z to A countdown from the Bahamas starting at 5:00 P.M. on November 12, 2007. It was revealed that he cannot swim, but he still went through with an underwater talk show to present "Atlantis SquarePantis". In The Ultimate SpongeBob SpongeBash, Patchy is the DJ at the "party". The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie also has Patchy Pirate.
Patrick Star (born February 26, 1986) is a fictional character in the Nickelodeon animated television comedy SpongeBob SquarePants, voiced by Bill Fagerbakke. Patrick is an overweight pink sea star who lives under a rock and is SpongeBob’s best friend. Like his best friend, he tends to be extremely gullible and clueless (even to SpongeBob’s intentions), but remains a very loyal friend.
Very little is known of Patrick's education, However, it is mentioned in the episode "The Bully" that Patrick attended college with Flats the Flounder. In lesser education, Patrick attends Mrs. Puff's Boating School in the episodes, "New Student Starfish" and "Driven to Tears". However, this was only because he was lonely and wanted to be with Spongebob. Patrick is actually quite talented in driving a boatmobile, as shown in "Driven to Tears". In "Sing a Song of Patrick", Patrick mentions his gym teacher. In "Naughty Nautical Neighbors" and "Squidward the Unfriendly Ghost", Patrick is shown to be able to administer C.P.R. Throughout the series, Patrick has had brief and random moments of intelligence on several occasions, which are often meant to be intentionally out of character for him. For example, in "Squidtastic Voyage", when they are trapped inside of Squidward's body, Patrick suggests capturing the CO2 in the ballast tanks, refiring the engine, and riding the shockwave out. When Sandy says that they will go through with his plan, Patrick, forgetting what he had just said, asks "What plan?" In "Frankendoodle", Patrick accurately criticizes SpongeBob's crude drawing of a jellyfish, implying an aptitude for art, and in "Patty Caper", he creates an abstract and surprisingly lifelike sketch of Squidward, further supporting this. In the episode Chimps Ahoy, Patrick was able to invent a portal to a parallel universe. This was his smartest side yet, although SpongeBob said it was just a mirror. Based on this information, he may have taken art, medical, and/or physics.
Patrick has never had a long-standing occupation. However, he has had various jobs, mostly at the Krusty Krab. He has worked there a total of seven times: In the episodes "Arrgh!," "Big Pink Loser," "Squilliam Returns," "That's No Lady," "Bummer Vacation", "Banned in Bikini Bottom", and "Pat No Pay".
Patrick has also worked at the Chum Bucket three times. The first was in "The Fry Cook Games", in which he takes the job in order to be able to compete in the Fry Cook Games. The audience was at first fooled into thinking an enormous fish would be the competitor, when in reality he was only carrying the real contestant, Patrick Star (a parody of a scene in the film Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls). In a later episode, "Chum Bucket Supreme", Patrick becomes the slogan manager for the Chum Bucket and creates the catchphrase "CHUM IS FUM". The third is Bucket Sweet Bucket when Patrick, Spongebob (even Squidward) become in charge of redecorateing the chum bucket. but they mess up with everything, and finally get everything off the krusty krab, and reconstruct it on top of the Chum Bucket. In Rule of Dumb, Patrick was discovered to be of royal blood and briefly reigned as King of Bikini Bottom. However, this was a mistake, and the true heir to the throne was Gary (who is also revealed to be Patrick's cousin).
In the episode "Sing a Song of Patrick," Patrick takes advantage of a mail-in offer to have a song written by him recorded by a professional band. The song was so horrible that the band died.
Patrick lives under a rock, literally, on 124 Conch Street, two doors down from his best friend, right next to Squidward and 400-yards away from the Krusty Krab. The home's exterior is featureless, apart from a small yellow weather vane, which is shown falling off on numerous occasions.
Patrick is sometimes shown to sleep on the ceiling, although far more often he is shown sleeping in a traditional bed. Patrick spends much of his day sleeping under his rock. There are many inconsistencies in the depictions of his house due to the nature of the cartoon and utility treatment of backgrounds: in one episode, his house is depicted to be nothing but a bed and a chest of drawers, yet in others he appears to have a kitchen and a living room. Also, certain episodes tend to depict the surface below the rock to be completely flat, while in others there is a considerable amount of depth below it. Patrick claims to have built the house himself.
As Nickelodeon says of Patrick's house in a commercial bumper: "What's really beneath this famous rock? The home of Patrick Star. While the outside never changes, a closer look inside reveals that Patrick's house is never set in stone. Sometimes, there's just sand. Other times, there's a small den. Occasionally, there's a large master bedroom. And there's the Multi-Room Complex featuring an eat-in kitchen, arched doorways, and a hi-def TV. Rock on!"
Although he is unintelligent and is usually carefree, magnanimous, and generally detached, Patrick has demonstrated a cold, shrewd, even sociopathic side at times.
In the episode "I'm with Stupid", SpongeBob volunteered to act stupid around Patrick's parents in an attempt to improve their opinion of Patrick. However, Patrick takes the act to far, to the point where he actually begins to believe that SpongeBob is that stupid. All the teasing and embarrassment from Patrick and his supposed "parents" eventually proves too much for SpongeBob, who runs away screaming and crashes through the wall of his house. After SpongeBob fails to produce a gift for Patrick on "Valentine's Day" (which was in reality due to scallops attacking and stalling Sandy's chocolate balloon, which was his intended gift), he concludes that SpongeBob must hate him (especially after finding out that SpongeBob gave gifts to everyone else, including somebody he had just met that morning) and goes on a violent rampage throughout the carnival, eventually cornering everyone (including Spongebob and all the innocent bystanders) at the end of the boardwalk, seemingly with the intention of killing them. Once Sandy shows up and Patrick realizes that SpongeBob has indeed gotten him a gift, his anger is forgotten.
In the episode "Nature Pants" when SpongeBob decides to live away from home, a hurt and crazed Patrick attempts to capture him and keep him in a jar on his mantle. When SpongeBob escapes by jumping into the jellyfish hive, Patrick gives up, snaps his net in half, and walks home crying.
In the episode "Rock-a-Bye Bivalve", Patrick fails to do his fair share of work in taking care of the baby scallop, claiming that he is too tired from work. Each night, he promises to assume responsibility for the baby the following night, but repeatedly fails to do so. When Spongebob finds out that "work" consists of Patrick watching TV under his rock, he is furious. Patrick finally realizes the error of his ways when Spongebob shows him the obscene amount of diapers that he has to change. In the episode "Driven to Tears", he attends Mrs. Puff's boating school, suspecting that Mrs. Puff was setting up SpongeBob's tests so he would constantly flunk, and passes almost effortlessly. Afterward, he rubs his license in SpongeBob's face every chance he gets, calling himself a "driving genius" (despite having ran red lights and made dangerous U-turns), and when SpongeBob finally gets sick of it and destroys his license, Patrick is arrested for littering and sentenced to prison time (which would never happen in real life). However, Spongebob confesses to the "crime" and takes Patrick's place in jail. The two friends reconcile when SpongeBob is released from prison.
In the episode "Rule of Dumb", Patrick is crowned King of Bikini Bottom and acts in a ruthless, despotic manner, thinking he has the right to take and use whatever he wants, regardless of what harm it brings to others, to the point of out and outright stealing. After weeks of ruining everyone's lives for his own personal gain, Patrick goes too far by hiring a construction crew to move Squidward's house in order to set up a Ferris wheel. Squidward starts a revolt against Patrick among the townspeople, and Patrick begins planning to kill (or so it seems)Squidward in order to show his power, even scaring SpongeBob away at this point. When Patrick looks into the mirror and sees a monstrous version of himself, he becomes horrified by what he has become, decides that friendship is more important than power, and happily abdicates the throne when it is discovered that he is not the true king.
Similar to SpongeBob's super-human abilities of shapeshifting, duplication, invulnerability, and regeneration, Patrick has, in various episodes, shown to possess superpowers such as flight ("The Sponge Who Could Fly", "A Life in the Day") and superhuman strength ("The Battle of Bikini Bottom", "Suds", "Nature Pants", "Gift of Gum", "Valentines Day", and many others). In "Night Light", Patrick was able to climb up a ray of sunshine to reach the sun, which he mistook for a lightbulb, and runs back down with his behind on fire. In "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V", Patrick becomes "The Elastic Waistband" (A parody of Plastic Man), gaining the ability to stretch his body to incredible lengths, as part of Mermaid Man's International Justice League of Super Acquaintances .
Patrick is a very chubby starfish, therefore he also has a pointy cone-shaped cranium (he was known as pinhead Larry by Spongebob in the episode Survival of the Idiots). He also has green-blue eyes and dark pink dots all over his pink skin. His dress code is to wear light green pants with purple flowers, he also hardly ever wears a shirt. He doesn't have a nose, except for the episodes Battle of Bikini Bottom, and No Nose Knows. He also one time took off one of the dots on his pink skin and put it where his nose should be.
Patrick is Spongebob's best friend. They have been friends ever since they were born. When they were kids, they lived next door (now only being separated by Squidward's house) They do everything together, except for work. Then Patrick gets lonely and goes to the Krusty Krab to see Spongebob. Squidward dislikes their friendship and is always trying to get them mad at each other, such as in "Naughty Nautical Neighbors where he blew a voice bubble to Patrick, pretending to be Spongebob, saying he hates him.
There has been multiple time where it is shown the Spongebob and Patrick may have feelings for each other, though Tom Kenny doubted that. Some include "Valentine's Day" "Hooky" "Wormy" "Shanghaied" "Frankendoodle" "The Secret Box" "Idiot Box" and many more, even though its not true.
Patrick's parents are first shown in "I'm With Stupid", although only at the end. A couple named Janet and Marty, presumed to be his parents, appear throughout the episode, but are at the end revealed to be confused imposters.
In "SB-129", "Patron", a distant descendant of Patrick with multiple heads, is shown in the future, and a savagely primitive ancestor of his is shown in prehistoric times. In contrast, Patar, the caveman version of Patrick seen in "Ugh" is distinctly different from the one in SB-129, being more evolved and similar to the present day Patrick in behavior.
Patricks non-linear family tree, seen in "Rule of Dumb", which also reveals him to be related to Gary the Snail.
Patty is a Krabby Patty that appeared in "To Love a Patty". SpongeBob fell in love with her and wouldn't let anyone do anything to her. When they went to the Krusty Krab on a date, Patty's odor made SpongeBob realize that Krabby Patties are only for eating.
Patty is a meat patty with tomato eyes, lettuce hair, cheese clothes and ears and tomato sauce cheeks. Her nose is made of a pickle and her smile is probably a squirt of mustard or mayo. As the episode goes on, Patty becomes rotten and looks extremely smelly and ugly. Green stench comes out of it and Patty is looked to be squashed and off color. when SpongeBob was singing to her, she fell in the water, which made her fall apart and start to smell.
Patty would originally be a tough fish's lunch, but SpongeBob doesn't want her to get eaten. SpongeBob gives him a Grilled Shoe Burger, and takes Patty home. Patty then has a makeover and hair-cleaning. Sandy doesn't like Patty, because she wants to be SpongeBob's best friend. Patty is on an adventure with SpongeBob. SpongeBob sings the Oh Baby song to her as they get attacked by hungry scallops and fall into the end of the waterfall. Patty soon becomes disgusting, smelly, rotten, and is so terrible-looking that people ran away from her. Then, SpongeBob realizes that he must eat Patty, and he does, but then he will throw up. Patty finally became so disgusting, SpongeBob was forced to eat her.
Patty Rechid (born April 11, 1975) is a citizen of Bikini Bottom and House Seller/Clothes Seller. She is a purple fish with a magenta house salesman uniform. Her first appearence was in Opposite Day where Squidward Tentacles askes her to sell his house and she agreed unless there wasn't any neighbor trouble so to keep SpongeBob and Patrick out of the way he told SpongeBob it was Opposite Day and SpongeBob thought that made him Squidward and Patrick became Squidward too. When Patty arrived SpongeBob pretented to be Squidward and he showed her around Squidward's House and then Patrick came and he said he was also Squidward and when the real Squidward came Patty got annoyed and she asked if there were any other Squidwards she should know about and when Gary came pretenting to be Squidward she left, Squidward begged her to stay and sell his house but she didn't. Patty returned in Season 6's To SquarePants or Not to SquarePants as a clothes seller in the mall and when SpongeBob asked her if there were any SquarePants left she said there weren't going to any for months. She also appears in her last appearence, Truth or Square where in SpongeBob's flashback she was a house seller again and she was offering houses for SpongeBob and he didn't like any of the houses but when the pineapple fell on Squidward's garden he bought and Patty a bag of cash an she looked happy. Also in Truth or Square in a other flashback of SpongeBob she can be seen briefly exiting the play "SpongeBob's Wedding Day" unsatisfied. Her two sisters are Nazz and Sadie Rechid.
Pearl Krabs (Born May 27, 1990) is a fictional character in SpongeBob SquarePants. She is the daughter of Eugene Krabs and voiced by Lori Alan . Although she is a whale and her father is a crab, it is not clear whether she was adopted, or if her mother is a whale.
Pearl is a whale with blonde hair in a constant ponytail, big blue eyes and a large, rectangular head. She commonly wears a pink shirt with a dark pink letter P, which stands for Pearl, as well as a dark pink skirt and white boots. The episodes "The Chaperone" and "Whale of a Birthday" feature her with a light pink dress and a tiara on. When in this outfit, the hair holder that keeps her hair in a ponytail changes color from dark pink to light pink. She almost always has on reddish-pink lipstick in the shape of a heart on her 'lips'. In "Bossy Boots", it is shown that she does, in fact, have lips.
Pearl's personality is that of the archetypal teenage girl. She is popular at school, and enjoys hanging out with others like her, shopping at the mall, talking about "who likes who," and keeping a good reputation in school as being "coral." ("Coral" is the undersea version of cool which went out when Mr. Krabs began to say "coral" to be "young" again) In early episodes Pearl seems to do things teenagers wouldn't normally do, such as tea parties, and cry when things don't go her way, but later on, she starts acting more and more like a teenager as her character became more defined.
In the Spongebob Trivia Book, Mr. Krabs says that Pearl takes after her mother, which implys that Mr. Krabs married a whale and that Pearls mother is a whale. In "Dunces and Dragons", it is shown that whales have existed in the Krabs family hundreds of years in the past. Pearl has dreams of becoming a famous celebrity. In "Culture Shock", Pearl getting to go on stage is one of the main reasons Mr. Krabs agrees to the idea of putting on a talent show at the Krusty Krab. Pearl's act consists of a cheerleader's cheer spelling out the name of the Krusty Krab, and her immense size causes the floor to shake whenever she lands. Pearl is also used as a back-up invisible boatmobile for "real" Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy movie created by SpongeBob in "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy VI: The Motion Picture", much to her disappointment.
Her favorite band is an all-boys band called "Boys Who Cry" (a parody of B2K and Nsync). At school, she is a member of the "Most Frequently Pictured in the Yearbook" commitee.
Pearl has no interest in continuing the family restaurant business, largely due to her hatred of her father and dreams of a more glamorous career. In "Bossy Boots", Pearl is brought in to help run the Krusty Krab, and turns it into a girly teen cafe called "The Cuddly Krab", which, despite appearing to be very popular, fails to bring in profits, prompting Krabs to tell Spongebob to fire Pearl, which he has difficulty to bring himself to doing. Pearl reveals that she has been trying to be fired from the beginning, and that the business has been cutting into her "social life."
"Princess Perl" is also a nickname given to one Michael by his best friend Diana.
Although her father is shown to care a decent amount for her in earlier episodes, most notably in "Bossy Boots" and "Culture Shock", Pearl's development into a stereotypical bratty teenage girl and Mr. Krabs development into an extremely greedy, selfish and cheap old miser have brought their relationship to negative terms, the first examples of which occur in season three but most evidently from seasons four onward. Krabs is shown to be extremely neglectful of his daughter, refusing to spend any money or effort on even such important occasions as her 16th birthday, which greatly hurts her social image with her peers. In "The Slumber Party", he goes to great lengths to prevent her from having a slumber party alone with her friends entirely out of concern that they will damage his material possessions. However Pearl is as wasteful with money as her father is miserly with it. While Mr Krabs should have spent more on her birthday, Pearl's list of demands for her birthday was more than any sane person would comply with, and when pearl received a pair of galoshes for her previous birthday her sobbing increased when Mr Krabs said he got them for a bargain.
Perch Perkins is the news anchorman for the Bikini Bottom News. He made his first appearance in "Ripped Pants" where he was announcing the surfing competition at Goo Lagoon. He was seen in "The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie" where he is purple and has a blue jacket, and the episodes "Once Bitten" and "The Pink Purloiner", where he is orange and has a brown jacket. He is voiced by Dee Bradley Baker, except for "Komputer Overload" where he was voiced by Tom Kenny. In "The Great Snail Race", he is green and has a gray jacket. His Wife appeared in "Model Sponge".
Potty the Parrot
Potty the Parrot is Patchy the Pirate's pet parrot. Potty is a crudely made puppet with very obvious strings. He is very obnoxious, and normally annoys and talks back to Patchy. Potty was originally portrayed by Stephen Hillenburg. After his departure, Paul Tibbitt was given the role.
Potty is the cohost of Patchy the Pirate, and appears in every episode that features him. Despite being labeled as Patchy's and friend, Potty is a frequent pest to Patchy and is often an antagonist in his live-action segments, although they usually make up by the end of the episode. His rivalry with Patchy the Pirate is similar to Bucky B. Khatt and his owner from the popular comic strip Get Fuzzy.
In "Ugh," Potty ruined Patchy's Cave Man Show by becoming a futuristic cyborg and bringing in a robot. At the end of the show, Potty gives Patchy a pet T. Rex as an "apology present". In "Friend or Foe" Potty and Patchys get into a fight while working as fry cooks, temporarily ending their friendship, which makes Patchy upset. He compares this to how Plankton and Mr. Krabs became enemies, starting the main story of that episode.
Potty has been damaged and/or destroyed on multiple occasions, but always returns in the next scene/episode. In "Christmas Who?" Patchy cuts the strings that Potty is attached to, causing him to fall to the ground. Later in that same episode, Patchy pulls on the strings, causing what seems to be a cast member to fall from the ceiling. Again in the same episode, Potty had eaten so much cookie dough that his entire body falls from the weight, leaving only his head intact. At the end of the "Patchy's Pick" segment from "Shanghaied", Potty is blown up by dynamite, which again causes his whole body to fall, including his head.
Princess Mindy (born September 3, 1988) is the daughter of King Neptune. She knows all the names of the sea creatures. It is also certain that King Neptune will crown her Queen of the Sea one day. She is known to show much more compassion than her father. Patrick Star is in love with her. She is known to use "Mermaid Magic" to help Bikini Bottomites over come there fears. There really isn't any mermaid magic. She first appears in The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie, and the only appearance too. She will one day be Queen of the Sea and be a wonderful ruler.
Mindy tried to get SpongeBob and Patrick to keep going when they gave up their walk, she tried to convince them that she had "mermaid magic" (which obviously wasn't real), and used it to "turn [them] into men" by pulling seaweed out of the ground and putting them on their noses, this successing in helping them by tricking them into thinking that they were moustaches. Dennis revealed the trick after they passed through the trench.
Mindy has dark-blue hair, glasses, a light-green tail and a yellow hair band. She also has light-green skin and a bracelet.
Queen Ampitrite (born April 19, 1967) is a coming character. Her phone ID is 333-4297. She is a computer from her appearances. She has 3 screens. Notice that Squire, King Neptune, and Princess Mindy can now watch three shows at the same time only on her. Notice: In every episode she is voiced by Jill Talley except for episode Neptune's Party where she is voiced by Victoria Beckham guest star. She is slightly taller than King Neptune, zaps her rivals, and the heaviest computer in the world.
Realistic Fish Head
This realistically rendered fish frequently appears as an announcer or host for various news reports and other events in Bikini Bottom. In The Fry Cook Games, he refers to himself as A "Realistic Fish Head". In the Battle for Bikini Bottom video game, where he is the announcer for the main boss fights, he is credited as "Johnny". The realistic Fish Head has been the announcer at such events as the 21st Fry Cook Games. He was the narrator of the King of Karate video in "Karate Island", and voiced the loudspeaker at the Bikini Bottom Zoo in "The Smoking Peanut". In addition to annoucing events in Bikini Bottom, Johnny also serves as a news anchorman for the Bikini Bottom News. Most of the news reports he gives are regarding disasters in Bikini Bottom.
The only times where he has ever interacted with the main characters (as he usually only appears on a screen) are in "No Free Rides" and "Procrastination", and both of these were during dream/fantasy sequences. His voice is often heard when he himself is not shown, so it is uncertain if he is speaking during these instances, as in "No Free Rides" and "Suction Cup Symphony", his voice is different from his usual one. He also appears during the theme song, when the line "Then drop on the deck and flop like a fish" is sung. He is voiced by Doug Lawrence except for "Suction Cup Symphony" where he was voiced by Tom Kenny.
Robot X29488 is a robot that appeared in the episode: Ugh. This robot sang When Worlds Collide with Cavey the Caveman. This robot has lasers and shot Cavey them. He was used by Potty the Parrot to prove to the viewers that the future is better than the past. In the end, neither Potty nor Patchy the Pirate won.
Robot X29488 is an average robot and is not animated; rather, he is an actor wearing a suit. He has a gray metal shell and his eyes can be used as a laser. In the middle of his chest is a simple lock which presumably has items and controls inside.
Sadie Rechid' (born April 11, 1975) is an orange fish who appears in many episodes. She wears a purple dress, although it was magenta in the epilouge of Slimy Dancing. Also, she is a customer at the Krusty Krab. She works at Snail-Po Headquarters with Nat and is a nurse at the Bikini Bottom Hospital. Also, Sadie is an ice cream vendor in the episode Ditchin'. Sadie has two sons called Tommy and Monroe, a daughter called Debbie and an unnamed baby. She is seen in Chocolate With Nuts, when she almost bought a chocolate bar from SpongeBob and Patrick. In Spongicus, she paid for Plankton's chum on a stick and throws it up. She is married to Fred and has two sisters named Nazz and Patty Rechid.
Sally is a yellow fish with blue fins and a white dress with red flowers on. She had appeared in many episodes. She first appeared in the episode Ripped Pants. Her name was revealed in the episode Good Ol' Whatshisname. In The Krusty Sponge she had a male voice. It was revealed in Goo Goo Gas that she married Peterson while turning into babies. It was revealed in the episode The Two Faces of Squidward when swooped a shampoo, then Squidward said that his grandmother gave him that soap. She was one of Pearl's friends as seen in Hooky and Bubble Buddy. In SquidBob TentaclePants she was developed with girls cheering Squidward. She also attended her special Bikini Bottom events as seen in The Great Snail Race, Best Day Ever, and Suction Cup Symphony. She had a son Monroe Timmy and both looking at Squidward how he was suffering in Squidtastic Voyage. It was revealed in the episode The Krabby Kronicle she was a daughter of Dennis in Sandy's Tree Dome. In the episode Slide Whistle Stooges she was surprised while Squidward imitated the baby. She sometimes marries Tom as revealed in the episode Fear of a Krabby Patty. In Someone's in the Kitchen with Sandy she threw rocks on furless Sandy. In Plankton Wins!, she also had a male voice.
She was in a full group of people in Squidward's house that was revealed in the episode Tentacle-Vision. She was seen in Goo Lagoon as revealed SpongeGuard on Duty, A Life in a Day, Sun Bleached, Ditchin', Sand Castles in the Sand, and SpongeBob vs. The Big One. She was also seen glove world as revealed in the episode Roller Cowards and Stuck in the Wringer. She was also seen in the episode Imitation Krabs, that she married a male green fish. In Once Bitten, she was altogheter with the people that listened to Harold to attack Gary. In Spongicus she said loudly "LOOK AT THESE SAUSAGES EVERYBODY! She was one of Plankton's customers as seen in Mermaid Man vs. SpongeBob, Chum Caverns, and Chum Bucket Supreme. She is Evelyn's best friend. She sometimes was married Frank as revealed in the episode That's No Lady. She was also seen on TV as revealed in Rule of Dumb and Komputer Overload. She hangs up with Squilliam Fancyson as revealed in Squilliam Returns. She was part of the guests in Patrick's party as seen in the episode Breath of Fresh Squidward. She is voiced by Sirena Irwin. With a male voice, She was voiced by Doug Lawrence.
Sandra "Sandy" Cheeks (born February 18, 1987) is a squirrel who is another of SpongeBob's friends. She is the series' only terrestrial character, living in the "Treedome", which is an underwater dome that contains a large oak tree. She is a scientific genius who practices karate with SpongeBob and enjoys extreme sports. She is from the U.S. state of Texas, therefore she is depicted in the series with a Southern American drawl. Also she lifts weights with Larry the Lobster.
Sandy comes from the state of Texas, and exhibits many characteristics of a stereotypical "cowgirl" character. She speaks with a heavy southern accent, and uses typical southern slang words and phrases. She is very fond of her homeland and its culture, as most notably seen in the episode "Texas", in which she grows homesick for it and considers leaving Bikini Bottom to return to Texas. In that same episode, she takes great offense at SpongeBob and Patrick's negative remarks about Texas, and violently attacks them when they continue to insult it.
Sandy is one of the most intelligent and level-headed characters on the show. She is a multi-talented scientist and inventor, and originally came to Bikini Bottom to study sea creatures and their lifestyles. In "Chimps Ahoy", it is revealed that she is employed by a trio of monkeys from the surface, named Dr. Marmalade, Lord Reginald and Professor Percy. They exhibit stereotypical upper-class English accents and manners, and periodically visit Bikini Bottom to audit her scientific research. As an inventor, Sandy is capable of creating extremely advanced devices with ease. Her inventions include a manned space ship, a teleporter, a submarine that can shrink to microscopic size and go inside a person's body, and even a cloning device.
Sandy is also very athletic and physically fit. She and SpongeBob share a favorite pastime of karate, and frequently fight each other for fun. Sandy also enjoys extreme sports and thrill-seeking, which SpongeBob also joins her in on occasion, most notably in "Prehibernation Week". Sandy possesses immense strength, and is one of the strongest creatures in Bikini Bottom. She is often seen at Mussel Beach lifting weights with Larry the Lobster, of whom she is a good friend, and other muscular fish. In "MuscleBob BuffPants", Sandy shows SpongeBob her immense biceps and intense daily exercise routine. In that same episodes, she wins the eighth annual Goo Lagoon anchor toss competition, tossing an enormous anchor 510 yards.
While generally friendly and positive, Sandy is prone to mood swings and can be vicious when angered, most notably in "Texas". In "Pre-Hibernation Week", when she believes SpongeBob has gone missing, Sandy forces everyone in Bikini Bottom to help look for him, sending them to dangerous places such as Sulphur fields and poison sea urchin coves. When SpongeBob fails to surface, she goes crazy and starts literally overturning buildings in her efforts to find him. In "Survival of the Idiots", Sandy is shown during her Hibernation as an obese, monstrous version of herself (prior to going into hibernation, animals must have tremendous amounts of body fat and energy reserves in order to survive the Winter). Spongebob and Patrick enter her snow-filled Treedome and disturb her sleep, and the semi-conscious Sandy viciously attacks them, believing them to be "Dirty Dan" and "Pinhead Larry", two outlaws from her dreams.
She has also been shown to have a strong competitive streak and a high opinion of herself; in "Sandy, SpongeBob, and the Worm", she completely ignores SpongeBob's warnings about the Alaskan Bull Worm and tells him that she could handle anything; when they find the worm and she witnesses it's gargantuan size, she realizes that SpongeBob was right. In "Pressure", she boasts that dry land animals are better than sea animals, nearly drowning herself in an attempt to "prove" it.
Sandy first met SpongeBob SquarePants when he saw her wrestling a giant clam and ran down to save her. Since then, Sandy has been one of SpongeBob's best friends, and she enjoys various activities such as karate with him. She is also good friends with Patrick, although she is often annoyed and angered by his stupidity. Sandy is also friends with Larry the Lobster, who she regularly sees at Goo Lagoon. The two have been hinted to be romantically involved, and SpongeBob has been shown to be jealous of Larry because of this, most notably in "Ripped Pants".
The nature of Sandy's relationship with SpongeBob is somewhat ambiguous. SpongeBob has brought her flowers on several occasions, and her official biography describes her as being "the apple of SpongeBob's eye In "Tea at the Treedome" amorous music plays when SpongeBob recalls Sandy's words. SpongeBob's song in "Ripped Pants" has romantic lyrics. In one "A Random Act Of SpongeBob" short, SpongeBob leaves Sandy a letter (with a bouquet of flowers) calling her the "smartest, prettiest squirrel in all of Bikini Bottom" for "Surprise Sandy Day". In the video game Battle for Bikini Bottom, after saving Squidward from Robo-Patrick, SpongeBob and Sandy commented each other on a good job while looking flushed. A book called the SpongeBob SquarePants Survival Guide, released on November 1, 2002, has a page titled How to survive a secret crush, saying that if you have a crush on someone, you have to keep it secret. SpongeBob begins to talk about him acting "perfectly natural" at the treedome, but quickly ends, saying "I've said too much!" Although the biggest hint was in Truth or Square Where they showed them getting married, even though it was actually a play.
There has been hints about Sandy liking Patrick. In the episode Party Pooper Pants It is shown that Sandy dances with Patrick. Also the many time Sandy criticizes Patrick, that may be a clue of their love.
Sandy lives in a huge polyethylene dome known as the "Treedome". It is air-locked and contains no water, making it the only place in Bikini Bottom where Sandy can survive without her suit. Its floor is covered in grass, and features a large tree which contains Sandy's living quarters. The Treedome also humorously includes a giant hamster wheel, among other things. As seen in the episodes "Survival of the Idiots" and "Bubble Buddy", the dome produces snow during the Winter, from which it can be assumed to simulate other weather patterns as well.
As seen in the episode "Wormy", Sandy has many pets residing in her Treedome, including caterpillars, snakes, crickets, mice, and birds, among others. In that episode, she leaves SpongeBob and Patrick to take care of her pets while she is away on vacation. A caterpillar named Wormy transforms into a butterfly overnight, and SpongeBob and Patrick think it is a monster that has eaten Wormy. When it escapes the dome, panic ensues.
Although explicitly classified as a main character, Sandy appears in less than one third of all episodes. She wairs purple clothing (which can be seen only when she isn't in her suit). Her suit is white, with a yellow patch with an acorn on it. It also has two red, and a blue ring(s) on each sleve. She also has a big glass dome (but it dosen't have an oxygen tank) with a pink flower (which falls off in the episode Karate Choppers) on it.
Scooter (born January 1, 1986) is a lavender-colored surfer fish commonly seen at Goo Lagoon who is easily identified by his high-pitched, shaky voice. Scooter has green lips and wears green or purple shorts with yellow flowers. His girlfriend is Nazz. He is usually voiced by Carlos Alazraqui, but is voiced by Clancy Brown in the episode "Wigstruck".
A Sea Bear is a large piranha with claw-tipped fins and the head of a grizzly bear. Squidward does not believe in the sea bear's existence; however, SpongeBob and Patrick are fervent believers, having read about them in the Bikini Bottom Enquirer and Fake Science Monthly. He is voiced by Dee Bradley Baker.
The Sea Monster is a character that appeared in the episode, "20,000 Patties Under the Sea" when SpongeBob and Patrick fell into the abyss. The Sea Monster has been asleep for 79 years, so he bought a lot of Krabby Patties because his last meal was 79 years ago. He has a cruel attitude, seemingly stupid, strong, and is very mean. He has the the appearance of a giant, mutant, one-eyed Sea Monkey, with a long monstrous tail. The Sea Monster is voiced by Gene Simmons.
Another sea monster appears in the episode SpongeGuard on Duty, when Spongebob, looking for an excuse to make everyone get out of the water, warns that "There are sea monsters in the water!". The brainy and civilized-looking sea monster then appears and states that "we sea monsters have made great strides in the fields of science and literature." before slapping Spongebob with his tail. He is a huge, light green, snake-like being with glasses.
The Sea Rhinoceros is a fictional creature briefly mentioned and shown in "The Camping Episode." It is a large shark with a body like a turtle and a rhinoceros's head. It is possible to ward off the Sea Rhinoceros by wearing anti-Sea Rhinoceros undergarments. These creatures are attracted to the sound of a Sea Bear attack, possibly picking up dead meat (like vultures) they are easily twice the size of a Sea Bear. The Sea Bear and the Sea Rhinoceros are voiced by Dee Bradley Baker.
Sheldon J. Plankton
Sheldon James Plankton (born November 30, 1942) is Mr. Krabs' nemesis and the main antagonist of the series. He operates a struggling restaurant called the Chum Bucket, located directly across the street from the Krusty Krab. His primary goal in the series is to steal the Krabby Patty recipe and put Mr. Krabs out of business. Plankton succeeds at stealing the recipe in the movie, but his goal of world domination is thwarted by SpongeBob. In the episode "Friend or Foe", it is revealed that Mr. Krabs and Plankton were once best friends, but a dispute over the Krabby Patty recipe ended their friendship.
Plankton's best friend from birth was his future rival Eugene Krabs. This history was revealed in "Friend or Foe". Both Krabs and Plankton were considered outcasts by other children, because Krabs was poor and Plankton was a nerd. When they discovered that money could bring them out of their poverty, they decided to make money selling hamburger patties, and set up a mini restaurant in the local dump. At first, their burgers were not successful. the first of their patties was tried by Old Man Jenkins, who was knocked out by the contaminated burger. Plankton started complaining about how Jenkins had been old and not able to handle the patty. Krabs, offended by this, tried to take the recipe from Plankton to improve upon. Plankton wanted to do this himself, but only ended up with the corner of the recipe which read "and a pinch of chum". Plankton stormed out of the restaurant, and went to create his own recipe using only his memory,the corner of the recipe, and science. At school, Plankton attempted to sell his chum burgers in a chum bucket and failed, when Krabs succeeded with his Krabby Patties, which he had created by accident when Plankton had slammed the door. Ingredients fell in the patty batter, thus creating the patty. Plankton later named his restaurant the Chum Bucket, after the secret ingredient of the original unsuccessful patty recipe. Mr. Krabs named his restaurant The Krusty Krab.
In "Dunces and Dragons" it is implied that the Plankton/Krabs feud began centuries ago when Plankton's evil overlord ancestor Planktonamor was vanquished by a Krabby Patty. Since there is not any feud between Krabs and Plankton in their early childhood, it is possible that these families settled their differences until the childhoods of Krabs and Plankton.
In a comic story, Krabs and Plankton are shown to have been college roommates. Their rivalry is shown to have been caused by a series of things, including Plankton being stepped on by Mr. Krabs (which did not annoy him at all), being closed inside Mr. Krabs' book (which aggravated him a little) and Mr Krabs going out with his date and Plankton's date (which started their rivalry). Since it was revealed in "Friend or Foe" that they were rivals earlier than college, this story is likely non-canonical. Even in the present day of the series, Krabs and Plankton are occasionally shown to somewhat get along, such as in "New Leaf" and "Best Frenemies".
Plankton's restaurant, the Chum Bucket, has always been extremely unsuccessful, not only because of competition from the Krusty Krab, but also due to the extremely poor quality of the food. As its name implies, the Chum Bucket serves chum-based foods, all of which taste terrible. In "Plankton's Regular", the Krusty Krab adds chum to its menu in an attempt to steal Plankton's single regular customer (who was in reality being paid by Karen to eat at the Chum Bucket and pretend to like the food there). The customer is disgusted by their chum, and says that it is the second foulest thing he has ever tasted (it can be inferred that Plankton's chum is the number one worst). This implies that chum is inherently disgusting, and cannot be made to taste good.
It should be noted that in real life, chum is made of grounded up fish parts that are inedible to humans, such as heads and guts, and is used as bait for sharks and similar creatures. This would mean that Plankton is killing fish (or at least collecting dead fish) and serving their remains to other fish. This has only ever been touched upon in "The Krabby Kronicle", where Spongebob prints a story claiming this. However, Spongebob was being tricked by Mr. Krabs into printing absurd lies to appeal to customers, and this story was supposedly false.
Plankton has no regular employees, and runs the Chum Bucket entirely by himself, although he spends most of his time in his laboratory, due to having no customers. Plankton actually runs the restaurant only when he has potential customers. Although it has been stated on multiple occasions that Plankton has never had a single customer, he has on several occasions had brief success, particularly in more recent episodes, such as "Spongicus" and "Chum Caverns".
Plankton's "wife" is his computer system Karen, although neither of them fully consider the other their true soulmate, and their relationship is a very troubled one. Being a microscopic organism, Plankton's biological family numbers in the thousands. In "Plankton's Army", he recruits his entire family to help him steal the formula, thinking them all to be criminal masterminds like himself. However, much to his surprise, his family consists entirely of uneducated, red-necked hillbillies. These Relatives include (but are not limited to): Clem, Zeke, Rufus, Jeke, Billy Bob, Billy Jim, Billy Billy Bo Willy Banana Fanna Fo Filly, Doug, Enis, and Rainchild, the only ones named.
Plankton has two known ancestors. One is the evil wizard Planktonamor, who lived during medieval times and appeared in "Dunces and Dragons". Another is Dead Eye Plankton, a wealthy citizen who attempted a hostile takeover of Bikini Gulch but was defeated by Sheriff Spongebuck Squarepants. Dead Eye Plankton lived during the Wild-West era and appeared in "Pest of the West".
Shubie is a pink fish who regularly visits the Krusty Krab and Goo Lagoon. Her name was revealed in "Good Ol' Whatshisname." It was revealed that she works at a clothes store at the Bikini Bottom Mall in the episode, "The Battle of Bikini Bottom." She was seen walking out of a restaurant with Peterson with leftovers in the episode SpongeHenge. It was revealed in "Roller Cowards" that she has a child. She referred to SpongeBob and Patrick as "undesirables" in "Not Normal", where she has two children. In Fools in April she had a male voice. She also had a male voice in one scene in Giant Squidward, when she said "Where did he go?".
Skodwarde (also known as Morbid Squidward) is a mildly disturbing picture and is a parody of Squidward. The image shows a demented version of Squidward carrying a bloody knife with what appears to be Patrick's dead body in the background. Skodwarde is very popular with Youtube Poop creators due to his frightening nature. This character was created on May 21, 2008 as a killer.
Smitty Werben Jigger Man Jensen
Smitty Werben Jigger Man Jensen is a deceased character who appeared in the episode, "One Krabs Trash." He is buried in Floater Cemetery.
Smitty Werben Jigger Man Jensen's gravestone. He was #1 in boogie land (as Mr. Krabs suggested). Mr. Krabs said to Spongebob that his soda-drinking hat had to be returned to him immediately, so Spongebob buried it with him. Mr. Krabs tried to get it to get $1,000,000. However, Smitty was living dead! He summoned a whole army of living dead fish. Mr. Krabs said that they would take turns feasting on his insides, then eat his brain and leave his body for the buzzards. The skeletons attacked Mr. Krabs, who defeated them all. Smitty was either chopped by Mr. Krabs or went back to sleeping in his coffin. Mr. Krabs then tried to sell it to four people for $1,000,000. The hat, however, lost its value and nobody would buy it. They laughed at it being worth $1,000,000. However, one of Spongebob's hats was valuable!
He was voiced by Dee Bradley Baker
Spat is SpongeBob's spatula. In the episode, "All That Glitters," Spat breaks when someone orders a Monster Krabby Patty. SpongeBob brings Spat to the Bikini Bottom Hospital to recover.
Spat is an average looking silver spatula who shines quite a bit. There are three holes in the flipping area and the handle is a soft black material. The Spat can withstand burning hot heat, meaning it is made of quite strong material. Spat does not have any buttons or added contraptions but it always gets the job done. He was broken by a Monster Krabby Patty.
When the doctor recommends that SpongeBob get a replacement spatula, he buys a new intelligent spatula named "Le Spatula." Dissatisfied with the food sold at the Krusty Krab, the new spatula runs away. Afterward, SpongeBob returns to the hospital to check on Spat. SpongeBob assumes that Spat died at first, but he was looking at the wrong spatula. The doctor points out that Spat was actually in the infirmary. Due to SpongeBob's betrayal of Spat when he purchased Le Spatula, Spat rejected SpongeBob. When SpongeBob goes back to work, Spat forgives SpongeBob and comes back to him. The next customer to order a Monster Krabby Patty, SpongeBob breaks his arms.
Spat has been in most episodes when SpongeBob is working at the Krusty Krab, although you never know the name until All that Glitters. SpongeBob uses Spat in the video game "Atlantis SquarePants" to flip objects. In the first episode: Help Wanted there is a much more sophisticated design that SpongeBob bought at the Barg'n Mart. Spat and SpongeBob have been through a lot in the series as it was shown in the flashback, including fighting pirates, getting things from under the couch, flipping Krabby Patties, flipping himself to get a tan at Goo Lagoon, loving each other, bonding, playing Ping-Pong, scratching SpongeBob's back, and catching rays. It was revealed that SpongeBob was attacked by an evil pirate, and Spat actually saved his life. The pirate's sword went right inside Spat's middle oval hole, and SpongeBob swung him over a cliff and defeated him.
SpongeBob SquarePants (born July 14, 1986) is the eponymous character of the Nickelodeon animated comedy SpongeBob SquarePants. He was designed by marine biologist and animator Stephen Hillenburg, and is voiced by Tom Kenny. SpongeBob is a childish, dim-witted and eccentric sea sponge who lives in a pineapple in the underwater city of Bikini Bottom. He works as a fry cook at the Krusty Krab, a job at which he is exceptionally skilled. SpongeBob is very immature and is a constant annoyance to those around him, but he is very good natured.
SpongeBob is a sea sponge, but he is drawn to resemble a kitchen sponge, being rectangular and bright yellow. He takes his square shape and apperance after Grandpa Squarepants, his grandfather. In earlier episodes, he is wider near the top and gets skinnier going further down, but in more recent episodes, he is a more regular square. SpongeBob has large blue eyes, a stubby nose, a large mouth with prominent front buck teeth, and dimples with three freckles on each cheek. He typically wears a white shirt with a red tie, black leather shoes with shoelaces, and brown rectangular pants with a belt. (the entire outfit is sometimes referred to as his "pants"), hence his name. and while working at the Krusty Krab, he wears a tall, white hat with a small blue anchor on it as a uniform. SpongeBob sleeps with his street clothes on, including his shoes. Though SpongeBob has always been voiced by Tom Kenny, his voice has changed over the course of the series; his voice is lower than normal in the pilot episode "Help Wanted", and after the movie his voice gets slightly higher-pitched (and, as some fans say, more annoying).
SpongeBob is a very clueless, immature, dramatic and hyperactive character with a happy-go-lucky personality. He is an extremely determined sponge and will often stop at nothing to accomplish a task. He is also very over-confident and tends to make a big deal of small problems, such as losing his name tag in "Missing Identity". SpongeBob is very kind-hearted and innocent and very rarely acts mean to anyone, even his enemies. He is a very selfless and loyal person, especially towards those close to him. His selfless nature is most notably shown in "Best Day Ever", where he sacrifices his "perfect day" to help his friends. Despite his well-meaning intentions, SpongeBob's actions often cause annoyance and trouble for those around him, most notably his next-door neighbor, Squidward. SpongeBob's innocence also makes him overly trusting and very gullible, and he is easily manipulated by people who intend to use and/or harm him, such as Squidward, Mr. Krabs and Plankton. Even though he's generally good-natured and easy going, when frustrated and angered Spongebob can be sarcastic, rude and 'foul-mouthed', even treating those close to him offensively , In the Missing Identity he is rude to Patrick throughout the episode. Ironically, Squidward is the only character Spongebob never insults when he's angry, even though Squidward is usually openly hostile toward Spongebob.
Craig McCragen intended to create a series about an over-optimistic sponge that annoys other characters. Steven Hillenburg compared the concept to Laurel and Hardy and Pee-wee Herman. As he drew the character, he decided that a "squeaky-clean square" (like a kitchen sponge) fits the concept.
The first concept sketch portrayed the character as wearing a red hat with a green base and a white business shirt with a tie. SpongeBob's look gradually progressed to brown pants that was used in the final design. SpongeBob was designed to be a kid-like character who was goofy and optimistic in a style similar to that made famous by Jerry Lewis.
Originally the character was to be named SpongeBoy but this name was already in use. This was discovered after voice acting for the original seven minute pilot was recorded in 1997. The Nickelodeon legal department discovered that the name was already in use for a mop product. Upon finding this out, Hillenburg decided that the character's given name still had to contain "Sponge" so viewers would not mistake the character for a "Cheese Man." Hillenburg decided to use the name "SpongeBob." He chose "SquarePants" as a family name as it referred to the character's square shape and it had a "nice ring to it".
Although SpongeBob's driver's license says his birthdate is July 14, 1986, which would make the character 12 years old at the time of his debut appearance on May 1, 1999, Hillenburg joked that he is fifty in "sponge years". He explained that SpongeBob actually has no specific age, but that he is old enough to be on his own and still be going to boating school. The decision to have SpongeBob attend a boat driving school was made due to a request from Nickelodeon that the character attend a school.
SpongeBob is voiced by veteran voice actor Tom Kenny. Kenny previously worked with Hillenburg on Rocko's Modern Life, and when Hillenburg created SpongeBob SquarePants, he approached Kenny to voice the character. Hillenburg utilised Kenny's and other people's personalities to help create the personality of SpongeBob.
The voice of SpongeBob was originally used by Kenny for a background character present in a crowd scene in Rocko's Modern Life. Kenny forgot the voice initially as he created it only for that single use. Hillenburg however remembered it when he was coming up with SpongeBob and used a video clip of the episode to remind Kenny of the voice. Kenny says that SpongeBob's high pitched laugh was specifically aimed at being unique, stating that they wanted an annoying laugh in the tradition of Popeye and Woody Woodpecker.
When SpongeBob SquarePants is broadcast in non-English languages, the voice actors Dubbing (filmmaking)|dubbing SpongeBob's voice use Tom Kenny's rendition of the character as a starting point but also add unique elements. For example the French version has SpongeBob with a slight Daffy Duck style lisp.
He wears brown pants, a red tie, a white shirt (which is connected to his pants), and a belt.
According to his driver's license in the episodes "Sleepy Time" and "No Free Rides", SpongeBob was born on July 14, 1986. SpongeBob SquarePants lives with his pet snail Gary in a large pineapple-shaped house on 124 Conch Street, Bikini Bottom. His next-door neighbor, Squidward Tentacles, who lives in an Easter Island head, hates SpongeBob and is constantly annoyed by his antics. SpongeBob is oblivious to this, and believes Squidward to be his friend. Beside Squidward's house is the home of SpongeBob's best friend, Patrick Star, who literally lives under a rock.
SpongeBob works at the Krusty Krab, Bikini Bottom's most popular restaurant, where he is a fry cook and prepares all food served at the Krusty Krab, most notably Krabby Patties. The first episode of the series depicts SpongeBob applying for and being hired to this job. He says that it has been his lifelong dream to join the Krusty Krew, and that only now is he "ready". When he applies for the job, Squidward and Mr. Krabs, wanting no part of him, send him on a fool's errand for a "hydrodynamic spatula with port and starboard attachments and turbo drive". While he it out searching for one, several hundred hungry anchovies arrive and overwhelm Squidward and Mr. Krabs. SpongeBob soon returns, having actually found a hydrodynamic spatula, and saves their lives by feeding the anchovies, showing off his amazing cooking skills in the process.
SpongeBob is not only extremely good at his job, being able to produce a Krabby Patty within seconds, but has a strong passion and an abnormal love for it; he enjoys his job more than any other activity, and is saddened whenever he cannot be at work. He also has a similar obsession with Krabby Patties themselves; he has on numerous occasions proclaimed them to be the best food in the world, and in "Just One Bite" and "Shuffleboarding", he is shocked and horrified to see one thrown away. Spongebob is one of the few characters to have fingers and the only main character to wear shoes.
SpongeBob's skills as a fry cook could accurately be described as superhuman; in episodes such as "Help Wanted" and "Employee of the Month", he is seen making them at rates of hundreds or even thousands per minute. He has won 374 consecutive Employee of the Month awards at the Krusty Krab. In "Friend or Foe", it is shown that SpongeBob, as an infant, made a perfect patty on his first attempt. In "Neptune's Spatula", he is able to pull the Golden Spatula from the grease, making him the "chosen one" of King Neptune. In that same episode, it is shown that the burgers made by Neptune himself are horrible compared to SpongeBob's.
Squidward, the restaurant's only other employee, runs the cashier and takes orders. Squidward is the polar opposite of SpongeBob; he hates his job (as well as the Krusty Krab itself) and performs it poorly. SpongeBob and Squidward's boss, Eugene Krabs, is extremely greedy, selfish and abusive of his employees. He pays them extremely poorly, far below legal minimum wage, and is unhealthily obsessed with money. Despite this, SpongeBob is unquestioning of Mr. Krabs and looks up to him as an authority figure.
While not working, SpongeBob spends much of his time playing with his best friend, Patrick. Like SpongeBob, Patrick is childish, moronic and fun-loving. The two have known each other since early childhood, and are members of the "Best Friends Forever Club". Their usual activities include jellyfishing, bubble blowing, and various others. Their antics are of constant annoyance to their neighbor, Squidward, who has on numerous occasions been put in harm's way as a direct result of their actions. Despite Squidward openly hating SpongeBob and Patrick, they are completely oblivious to this and believe they are his best friends. SpongeBob and Patrick's favorite superheroes are Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy, who they convinced to come out of retirement.
SpongeBob's other best friend is a squirrel from the surface named Sandy Cheeks, who wears a special suit and helmet to survive underwater. SpongeBob first met Sandy when he saw her wrestling a giant clam, which he helped her defeat. Sandy then invited SpongeBob to her home, an airtight terrarium known as the Treedome, and SpongeBob, not knowing what air is, accepts. When he comes to the Treedome and realizes that there is no water, he begins drying up and attempts to survive without water, telling himself that he doesn't need it and that "Water is for quitters!" Eventually, however, he gives in and starts panicking. Eventually, Sandy gives SpongeBob and Patrick bowls of water to wear over their heads, which they typically wear whenever they visit the Treedome.
Unlike Patrick, Sandy is very intelligent, both technologically and practically, but is tolerant of SpongeBob's stupidity and enjoys his company. They enjoy doing extreme sports together, most notably Karate. SpongeBob's skill in karate is shown to vary considerably between episodes; at times, he equals and even outmatches Sandy in skill, while at other times he is incompetent to the point where Sandy can send him flying a considerable distance with a single punch; in "Karate Island", Sandy openly states that her karate skills are better than SpongeBob's by "a country mile." SpongeBob has also, on various occasions, been hinted to have a crush on Sandy (see Sexuality and controversy below).
SpongeBob also attends Mrs. Puff's Boating School, where he is periodically tested for his driver's license. However, he becomes extremely nervous and reckless when behind the wheel of a boat, and has consistently failed his test countless times, often injuring Mrs. Puff and/or damaging the school in the process. According to the episode "Mrs. Puff, You're Fired", SpongeBob has failed the exam 1,258,056 times, and is the only person in the history of the school to ever fail it. In that same episode, Mrs. Puff describes SpongeBob as "unteachable". Despite his inability to drive a boat, SpongeBob has been shown to be able to drive/ride various other things, including a rock, a rocket ship, a sandwich and a submarine.
Although SpongeBob has several friends, and many of the citizens of Bikini Bottom often treat him quite friendly, most, if not all, citizens of Bikini Bottom have been shown to have some degree of dislike for him. In the episode "Gone", it is shown that a holiday called "National No SpongeBob Day" has been started by the citizens of Bikini Bottom. As its name suggests, it is an entire day dedicated to getting away from SpongeBob, where the people leave Bikini Bottom for the day. Even Patrick goes, stating that everyone needs at least one day away from SpongeBob's laughter. In the ceremony, they build a giant wooden effigy of SpongeBob, burn it down, dance on the ashes (though some, like Squidward, are actually shown kicking the ashes). SpongeBob is more honored than insulted by this, as he was the "inspiration" for the holiday.
Spongebob is 23(12 in his debut) if his DOB is correct. Despite the fact that he is 23 living alone, having a job, in love, he seems to be a child. Such as the line "How can you do that to such a child?!!" he never went College and goes to Boating School so he might be a teen as teens are usually called children. The Creator of Spongebob said that he is 54 in Sponge Years.
Like many other cartoon characters, SpongeBob has been shown to have numerous extra-ordinary abilities and attributes over the course of the series. Due to his soft, pliable frame, he is capable of shape shifting, has some degree of invulnerability, being able to absorb certain types of physical impact, shown most notably in the episode "The Bully". In episodes such as "Graveyard Shift", it is shown that he can quickly regenerate parts of his body that are injured or removed. SpongeBob is usually shown to be boneless (sea sponges being invertebrates), but has been shown to have a skeleton in various episodes. Being a sponge, he is also absorbent, and can expand his body by absorbing liquids, as shown in episodes such as "Culture Shock", "Gary Takes a Bath" and "Squirrel Jokes". When he cries, he often re-absorbs his tears. Despite all of these abilities, SpongeBob is shown to be very weak physically; he uses stuffed animals as "weights" in his personal exercise room, and in "Ripped Pants", he struggles to lift a small wooden branch with marshmallows on the ends. His weakness is taken to an extreme in the episode "MuscleBob BuffPants", where he is unable to lift a drinking straw. However, like many aspects of the show, his strength (or lack, thereof) is highly inconsistent between episodes, and he has been shown to have considerable strength on various occasions, most notably in "The Fry Cook Games", where he is revealed to have an immensely muscled body when he fights Patrick.
Despite his general idiocy, SpongeBob has been shown to be extremely talented in many fields. When he puts his mind to a task, he can accomplish almost anything, such as in "SpongeHenge", where he spends ages constructing a circle of stone statues that produce a sound identical to his voice, simply to lure the jellyfish away from him. In "Squilliam Returns", he is able to become a master of fancy dining by removing everything from his mind except "fine dining and breathing". Thanks to his vivid imagination, SpongeBob has in various episodes been shown to be superior to Squidward as an artist, most notably in "Artist Unknown", where he effortlessly produces a perfect rendition of Michelangelo's David. SpongeBob also possesses a vast knowledge of subjects he is interested in, such as jellyfishing, Krabby Patties and their history, and boating (thanks to years of education in boating school). In episodes such as "Ripped Pants", "The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie" and, most notably, "Band Geeks", SpongeBob is shown to possess a fantastic singing voice.
SpongeBob has many relatives, most notably his parents, who appear in several episodes. Unlike SpongeBob, who has the appearance of a kitchen sponge, most of SpongeBob's relatives, while still cartoony, resemble actual sea sponges, being round in shape and brownish in color.
In "SB-129", a robotic descendant of SpongeBob named "SpongeTron" is seen, as well as a primitive ancestor. "Ugh" features a caveman version of SpongeBob known as "SpongeGar". SpongeGar is distinctly different from the primitive sponge seen in "SB-129", being more evolved and closer to his modern counterpart. "Pest of the West" features SpongeBuck SquarePants, an ancestor who saved Dead Eye Gulch in what is now Bikini Bottom from Dead Eye Plankton in 1882.
SpongeTron is a descendant of SpongeBob SquarePants who lives during the 41st century.. His overall appearance is like SpongeBob SquarePants. He was seen in the episode, "SB-129." When Squidward arrived in the future, he shortly met SpongeTron and Patron in the kitchen area of the Krusty Krab, where SpongeTron works. SpongeTron was cloned 486 times, one for each letter of the alphabet. He is voiced by Tom Kenny.
His best friend is Patron and they both love Jellyfishing. His first words after seeing Squidward was "Holy Krabby Patties!," probably meaning that Krabby Patties are still in the future but may look chrome. He makes a computer click sound to turn robotic.
SpongeTron's legs double as jets, which allow him to hover over the floor. He also can pull his tie to make a robotic arm come out of his hat holding a brick that then he will drop.
Squidward Quincy Tentacles (born October 9, 1977) is Spongebob and Patrick's effete cephalopod neighbor. His species is ambiguous, and has been referred to as both a squid and an octopus by the series' creators. Squidward lives in a house shaped like an Easter Island statue. He works as a cashier at the Krusty Krab, a job he hates. SpongeBob and Patrick consider Squidward their friend, but the feeling is not mutual. Depicted as a narcissist and displaying an unjustified air of superiority, Squidward has a large collection of self portraits and is delusional about his talents, such as playing the clarinet and dancing, though nobody around him considers him to be very good at these talents. The series' animators illustrated Squidward with six tentacles, believing that giving him the eight tentacles of an octopus has made him look too burdened.
Squidward Tentacles' character is presented as that of a rude, cynical, and snobbish artist whose creative style is generally not appreciated by others. He has a sarcastic attitude and sees others as uncivilized fools, while failing to accept his own personal failings. Squidward sees himself as misunderstood and unappreciated, blaming society for his misfortunes. He is annoyingly pretentious in his pursuit of the arts, and is either unwilling or unable to spot raw talent and creativity, even belittling it. He lauds "cultivated taste" and accepted standards. In the episode "Artist Unknown", he insists that his pupil SpongeBob "show his method", even when it's painfully clear that SpongeBob is creating works of artistic genius. In the episode Bubblestand, he belittles SpongeBob's brilliant bubble-blowing.
Squidward is generally portrayed as an overall failure. His musical skills with the clarinet are generally portrayed as subpar, from mediocre to excruciatingly horrible. However, In Best Day Ever", he has a concert where he plays beautifully and receives thunderous applause from the audience. SpongeBob was on the VIP list for it. His overall artistic style is shown to be abstract and overly sophisticated, and his works are commonly panned by his audiences. His critical failure is shown to be more due to his poop taste rather than a genuine lack of talent. It is worth noting that the majority of his art narcissistically centers around himself, apparently holding his very being to be an artistic wonder. In "One Krab's Trash", Squidward is shown bringing flowers to a gravestone reading "Here Lies Squidward's Hopes and Dreams." Despite his lack of success, Squidward is tireless in his pursuit of artistic achievement. In "Dunces and Dragons", Squidly, Squidward's medieval ancestor, vowed that if he couldn't learn to play the clarinet right, his seventh great-grandson would be cursed tenfold. In "Squilliam Returns", Squilliam Fancyson mentions that Squidward was voted "Most Likely to Suck Eggs" in high school .
Outwardly, he in fact shows signs of modest success: he lives in a nice, well-tended house, with no signs of slothfulness, and finds plenty of time to lead an active, involved life.
Squidward is well-educated and knows his history. When at the Krusty Krab, he is a lazy, sloppy, employee( as shown in the Krusty Krab Training Video) who has an intense dislike of the Krusty Krab and its management, however given the managements treatment of the employees his attitude towards the company is more realistic than Spongebobs. In the episode "Squid on Strike", he organizes a worker's strike at the Krusty Krab. He even causes the destruction of the Krusty Krab, although indirectly and accidentally.
In the episode "Squidville", he moves to a town filled with his own peers, other octopi who share his tastes and outlook on life. Here, he is forced to face how boring and oppressive his desired lifestyle really is, and he is able to ultimately break free of its bonds with a bit of inspired silliness.
Even though Squidward has tentacles, he is shown or implied to have fingers, toes and even nails in episodes such as "Once Bitten", "House Fancy", and "Giant Squidward".
In "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V," it is implied that Squidward at one point had a girlfriend when he remembered the good times he had at make-out reef.
Squidward Tentacles is a light turquoise color, and has purple suction cups at the end of his tentacles. He has six limbs in total, two being arms and four being legs. Whenever he walks, his suction cups stick to the floor, meaning that he walks with a distinct squelching noise. Squidward has a large bald head (but, in the episode the original fry cook he had long blond hair, which he said would last a life time, but it all fell out in the next second). He also has eight little holes on the top of his big egg-shaped cranium. Also he has a skinny body, big droopy nose, a wide mouth and yellow eyes with rectangle vertical dark red irises and rectangle red pupils. When he laughs, his nose appears to be deflate and inflate repeatedly. He wears a brown short-sleeved shirt, which is sometimes ochre. His color is inconsistent throughout the series. While he is shown to be more blue in earlier episodes, later episodes tend to show him having a lighter and more greenish color.
Squidward works as the cashier at the Krusty Krab restaurant, along with his co-worker, SpongeBob. He hates not only his duties but the Krusty Krab itself, he performs his job rather poorly and with a lack of enthusiasm, and frequently behaves rudely to the customers. He frequently expresses a desire to be fired or simply quit, but never makes good on it; he only seems to work there because he needs the money. In "Just One Bite", he reveals that he has never eaten a Krabby Patty and thinks them to be disgustingly unhealthy, although after having "just one bite", he falls in love with them. In "The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie", Squidward is manager of the Krusty Krab 2 for 6 days, although due to Plankton's invasion of Bikini Bottom, the new restaurant is not in service during this time. Squidward's dream in "Sleepy Time" shows him playing clarinet for a king. In Selling Out, Squidward worked as the waiter for Krabby O'Mondays. He was forced to maintain a false state of happiness, or else face "Human Resources", a thug in the back of the building.
Squidward has also been:
- The art department, filmmaker, and creator of the "real" Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy Movie's designing technology. -"Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy VI: The Motion Picture"
- The replacement fry cook at the Krusty Krab on various occasions
- Captain Magma (a volcano-themed superhero identity) -"Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V"
- Orchestra Concert Composer and Clarinet Concert Player
- Art Lesson Teacher at the rec center
- Santa Claus
An avid patron of the arts, Squidward has a strong affection for interpretive dance, sculpture, painting, and playing the clarinet, but seems to have almost no talent for any of them whatsoever, although he does play the clarinet beautifully at the end of the Christmas special, and at the end of the "Bubblestand" episode. He has often tried to impress the public with his artistic exhibitions, but is always either unrecognized, mocked by his audience, or upstaged by SpongeBob. Squidward always wants to be the center of attention but rarely ever is. In "Best Day Ever" he had a concert where he played beautifully and received thunderous applause from the audience. SpongeBob was on the VIP list for it, which is ironic, considering Squidward's intense hatred for him.
All of his artwork, from sculptures to paintings, depicts himself in a way, even repainting existing works to include his own face. He surrounds himself with said art throughout his house, a clear indication of his narcissist tendencies. These arts have occasionally been admired greatly by Patrick and SpongeBob, but are universally hated by the rest of Bikini Bottom.
He has tried several things to reach the fame he desires: hosting a talent show, starting his own astrology spin-off, forming a band, and so on, yet he can't seem to get much of a following. Mr. Krabs and Patrick also seem to like him, though it may be argued that Mr. Krabs only likes Squidward because of his allegiance with the Krusty Krab. It is interesting to note that Squidward once stated that "anyone can be a big shot in a hick town like Bikini Bottom", yet he cannot make a name for himself.
Squidward has had many injuries and near death experiences. He is one of the most unfortunate characters, and is in some way hurt in almost every episode he is in. He is shown to be an underdog, a person who can never win. This is frequently caused by Spongebob and Patrick.
In the episode "Jellyfishing", a jellyfish stings Squidward while he is riding his bike, causing him to lose control and ride off a cliff, with an unusual and unexplained explosion as he hits the ground. The incident leaves Squidward in a wheelchair with a full body cast that prevents him from any body movement. Spongebob and Patrick go through with his "Best day ever", oblivious to his condition, and cause even more harm to him.
In "Just One Bite", Squidward consumes almost all of the Krabby Patties inside the Patty Vault, which goes straight to his thighs, causing him to literally explode. He ends up in an ambulance, with his tentacles in a bucket (held on by a medic) and only his head remaining intact.
In "Naughty Nautical Neighbors", Squidward nearly chokes to death on a fork, but is saved by Patrick.
In "The Camping Episode", Squidward gets mauled six times by a sea bear. One vicious attack involves provoking the sea bear (with all the clothing that will attract a sea bear) and then gets attacked. The other was trying to run away (including limping and crawling) from the sea bear, which attacks him even more. The sea bear attacks Squidward again because the sea bear takes an immediate dislike to him. The last time the sea bear attacks is when Squidward tries to draw a protective circle in the dirt, but draws an oval by accident. Even after the sea bear left, the episode ends with a sea rhinoceros about to maul Squidward.
In Dying for Pie, SpongeBob trips over a rock as he is holding an explosive pie. The pie hits Squidward in the face, causing Squidward to explode.
In My Pretty Seahorse, Squidward doesn't watch where he is going, and explodes like in Jellyfishing.
Spongebob and Patrick are constant BFF's to Squidward. Although earlier episodes portray Squidward as simply being grouchy and intolerant, Spongebob and Patrick have progressively become more troublesome and idiotic, making Squidward much more sympathetic and justified in his anger.
Though Squidward hates both SpongeBob and Patrick, his animosity is particularly geared towards SpongeBob himself. When Squidward does express his frustration against him, SpongeBob is usually unable to take no for an answer. Such as in "The Thing" where even after Squidward telling them to go home and him slamming the door in their face they still break into his house and park themselves on his couch, loudly and obnoxiously slurping juice boxes. In the episode "House Fancy", SpongeBob spies on Squidward through his window; when Squidward catches him, he asks, "You want me to get the cops down here again?", indicating that this has happened before. Incidences where SpongeBob and Patrick leave home for a few days are shown to make Squidward genuinely happy, as he will have a few days of peace and quiet while they're gone, and he relishes the thought of SpongeBob moving away: in "Home Sweet Pineapple", he is shown dancing happily and repeatedly chanting "SpongeBob is leaving, he's leaving, he's leaving" on the remains of SpongeBob's pineapple before a new one grows in right on top of him. In "The Camping Episode", he relishes the thought of SpongeBob and Patrick getting permanently lost in the woods; and in "What Ever Happened to SpongeBob?", he is the only one among the main characters who is genuinely happy that the amnesiac SpongeBob has left Bikini Bottom, and only decides to look for him when Mr. Krabs bribes him with a fancy egg, which is ultimately broken when SpongeBob regains his memory and returns to Bikini Bottom. In episodes such as "Funny Pants" and "Choir Boys", the sight of SpongeBob sad and/or depressed actually serves to cheer Squidward up. Often, Squidward's attempts to get away from SpongeBob and/or Patrick get him into trouble, such as being covered head-to-toe in cement and being mistaken for a member of an unknown species in "The Thing", running a stop sign and being forced to go to Mrs. Puff's boating school alongside SpongeBob in "Boating Buddies", and being forced to do a lifetime of community service every Sunday alongside SpongeBob and Patrick after his newly-installed security system goes haywire and destroys most of Bikini Bottom in "Good Neighbors". Patrick has actually noticed that Squidward didn't like them early on, but was corrected by SpongeBob. Even when the two perform acts of kindness for him, such as giving him his Sunday paper in "Good Neighbors," Squidward shows no gratitude or kindness.
Often, Squidward infers SpongeBob's simple-minded comments to be challenges, such as SpongeBob's comment of "Have fun inside" in "The Camping Episode". Proceeding this, he often goes entirely out of his way to prove to SpongeBob that he can win the "challenge", often taking the whole thing too seriously; for example, in "Snowball Effect", SpongeBob and Patrick secretly sneak away from a massive snowball fight between themselves and Squidward after Squidward hit Patrick with his clarinet while throwing an enormous barrage of snowballs. One of Squidward's greatest dreams and desires is to either have hair or to buy a wig. He seems to think he would look good with hair. In "The Original Fry Cook", it is revealed that he once had hair but it fell out, ironically right after he said it would never fall out. Aside from his musical "talents", he enjoys painting several pictures of himself and hanging them up around his house. The artworks shown in Squidward's house vary between episodes.
In the episode "Artist Unknown", SpongeBob signs up for Squidward's art class and proves to be a better artist than Squidward. Eventually, SpongeBob creates an amazing statue that is beyond Squidward's capabilities as an artist. However, Squidward degrades SpongeBob's art and claims it is missing a very important element (a large nose similar to Squidward's), yet an art critic later points out that the nose is the only flaw. His sneaky attempts to undermine SpongeBob's confidence prove to be his own undoing, as SpongeBob refuses to do anything outside of the art rule book because of Squidward's lessons.
In the episode "Squid's Day Off", Squidward assigns SpongeBob to man the cash register when Mr. Krabs is at the hospital getting his arms reattached. Meanwhile, Squidward leaves the Krusty Krab for a day of relaxation, but he foolishly had SpongeBob convinced that he was doing "very important errands."
Although Squidward openly despises SpongeBob and Patrick with a passion, they view him as a very close friend and cannot be convinced otherwise, even during some of his hostile actions towards them, such as chasing them down with a bulldozer in "Opposite Day", rubbing it in SpongeBob's face that Santa didn't come in "Christmas Who?", ridiculing SpongeBob's tan in "Sun Bleached", stating that his wish for Mr. Krabs' wishing well was that SpongeBob and Patrick were stuck in a dark hole and away from him in "Wishing You Well", literally kicking SpongeBob out of his house when he attempted to warn him of an invading biker gang in "Born to Be Wild", and referring to SpongeBob as "the bane of his existence" in "Boating Buddies" when SpongeBob is sitting right next to him. SpongeBob fails to realize the clearly obvious fact that Squidward hates him, even after Squidward openly said "I hate you" to his face in "Graveyard Shift".
In "Breath of Fresh Squidward", Squidward set up an electric fence in an attempt to keep SpongeBob and Patrick from sneaking into his bedroom every single morning to watch the sunrise, but ended up getting electrocuted in it and becoming a much happier and goofier person, as well as becoming more annoying than SpongeBob and Patrick combined. In the end, he was turned back to normal after a second electrocution, and SpongeBob and Patrick were also shocked, becoming angry and mean, just like him. SpongeBob and Patrick always encourage Squidward to participate in their games, but this only annoys him. In particular, SpongeBob and Patrick often ask him to go jellyfishing with them. In "SB-129", while he was trying to avoid SpongeBob and Patrick, Squidward locks himself in the Krusty Krab's freezer Krab's freezer and is revived 2000 years in the future by a robotic descendant of Spongebob. Squidward then attempts to return home using a time machine, but accidentally winds up in prehistoric times, where he meets primitive ancestors of Spongebob and Patrick. While here, Squidward inadvertently invents jellyfishing. While seemingly the eternal pessimist, he occasionally tries to be like SpongeBob (often with hopes that doing so well stopped SpongeBob from bugging him), but does not ever get the hang of it. In "The Paper", however, he finds himself putting a piece of paper on his nose and dancing a jig in insanity. When SpongeBob isn't looking, Squidward will start to act more like SpongeBob from time to time, especially in the earlier episodes like "Bubblestand" and "The Paper". Squidward's voice reveals a lot about his personality and attitude, much like SpongeBob's voice. In the episode, "Selling Out", he is forced to keep a smile glued to his face by the manager of Krabby O' Mondays, which creates an interesting effect, as Squidward hardly ever smiles while showing his teeth.In fact, he also shows a hypocritism to SpongeBob and Patrick's entertainment like in the episode Snowball Effects, When he said that snowball fights are for immature children, in the end he become over-obsessed with it.
Despite the fact that he often shows little more than animosity towards him, in many episodes Squidward shows feelings of sympathy and outright compassion towards SpongeBob, even concern for his well being, possibly meaning that he does indeed like him deep down. In "Graveyard Shift", when the two believe that the Hash-Slinging Slasher is about to kill them, he says to SpongeBob, "No matter what I've said, I've always sort of liked you". in "Dying for Pie", after thinking he allowed SpongeBob to eat a pie-shaped bomb, he felt truly guilty about it and spent the day playing many of SpongeBob's childish games in order to make SpongeBob's "final" hours the best of his life. In "Fools in April", in an attempt to apologize to SpongeBob for his cruel April Fool's Day prank in that same episode, he says "I like you…and everybody else I'm forced to be in contact with". in "Squidville", Squidward moves to Tentacle Acres after SpongeBob and Patrick accidentally blow up his house, and, after several weeks of the same routine, he gets tired of it, and it is implied that he could not really enjoy himself without them around to keep life interesting. In "Pizza Delivery", he saves SpongeBob from being hit by a truck, and angrily force-feeds their customer his pizza after he refuses to pay for it and gets unnecessarily mad at SpongeBob for forgetting a drink that he never even ordered.
When Squidward is very happy, he does tend to treat SpongeBob and Patrick like they are his friends.
Squidward lives in a house resembling an Easter Island moai, placed between SpongeBob and Patrick's houses at 122 Conch Street. It has been personified several times, such as in the episode "The Secret Box", where it seems to be peeking at SpongeBob and Patrick's talk. Despite Squidward's wish for peace and quiet, his two neighbors, SpongeBob and Patrick, make it nearly impossible, due to their high level of childish immaturity and silliness. If Squidward had the choice, he would move. He did in "Squidville", but ultimately decided that he had moved somewhere even worse. In "Opposite Day", Squidward tried to move, but SpongeBob and Patrick caused the real estate agent who was originally trying to sell Squidward's house to angrily leave, so Squidward had to stay. He also moved in "Stanley S. SquarePants". Squidward does not live alone; Snellie, his snail from "The Great Snail Race", is in residence with him.
In the episode "Squidville", after Squidward's house is destroyed by SpongeBob and Patrick, he sees an advertisement on TV about a town called "Tentacle Acres", home of many octopi who are virtually identical to Squidward, even living in Easter Island Heads. He decides to move there, and for a while life is spectacular, as he finds a large community of like-minded octopi into which he fits perfectly. Eventually, though, he starts to tire of the boring daily routine in which he does the same things every day. He begins to wreak havoc throughout the overly structured civilization of Tentacle Acres with a reef blower, and an angry mob is formed against him, who corner him in an alley and force him to escape by launching himself into the sky with his reef blower, maniacally yelling "Freedom!"
Squidward's archrival is Squilliam Fancyson, who he first met in high school band class, who, like all other octopi on the show, looks and acts similar to Squidward, but wears a robe and has a unibrow. Unlike Squidward, however, Squilliam is extremely successful in everything that Squidward has failed in, and is living Squidward's dream of being a wealthy celebrity artist with crowds of adoring fans. Usually with many admirers following his presence. In Squiliam's debut episode. "Band Geeks", he calls Squidward at his home to once again rub his success in his face, saying that his band is signed to play at the Bubble Bowl but can't come, and sarcastically asking Squidward for his "band" to cover for them. Squidward, caught in the moment, claims that he does have a band and will play at the Bubble Bowl, forcing him to hastily put together a band from the residents of Bikini Bottom. Thanks to Spongebob, their performance turns out to be much better than Squilliam could have ever expected, causing him to have a heart attack.
Squilliam returns in the aptly named episode "Squilliam Returns", in which Squidward meets Squilliam and a crowd of his fans. Squilliam tries to embarrass Squidward by showing the crowd his lowly position as a cashier, but Squidward claims to own a five-star restaurant, and Squilliam agrees to take the group to dinner there, expecting this claim to be exposed as a lie. Squidward's attempts at converting the Krusty Krab into a five-star restaurant are initially unsuccessful, until he gets Spongebob to clear his mind of everything "except fine dining and breathing". Spongebob is able to turn the Krusty Krab into an extremely extravagant and fancy diner. Everything goes well until Squilliam, who is admittedly impressed, asks his waiter (Spongebob) his name. Spongebob, having erased everything else from his mind, forgets his own name and subsequently everything else, going insane and destroying the "fancy restaurant" environment, with the help of Mr. Krabs' "appetizer" coming to life.
Squidward has a considerable antagonistic side, frequently taking advantage of the situation to stop Spongebob from tormenting him:
- In "Fools in April", Squidward gets annoyed with SpongeBob pulling playful and harmless pranks on people at the Krusty Krab, and pulls a very cruel and harmful prank on SpongeBob in retaliation. Things blow up in Squidward's face when SpongeBob runs out of the restaurant sobbing hysterically, and the Bikini Bottomites turn on him. Squidward tries to apologize, but he is physically unable to apologize until the very end of the episode, where Spongebob has the last laugh: all his friends were standing behind him in his house and witnessed Squidward's apology. As a result, Squidward suffers a mental breakdown and runs off back to his house laughing maniacally after shouting that he had just fooled them as well.
- In "Can You Spare a Dime?", Squidward accepts SpongeBob's offer to live in his house until he finds a new job. However, he takes advantage of SpongeBob's hospitality by by laying in bed all day and essentially making Spongebob his domestic slave, staying so long that the Narrator quits and not even attempting to find a job. This eventually proves too much for SpongeBob who for one of the few times in the series becomes angry with Squidward, who soon begins aggressively giving Squidward obvious hints to get a job, which Squidward either doesn't notice or chooses to ignore. Eventually, SpongeBob confronts Mr. Krabs in an attempt to force him to give Squidward his job back, and in the process accidentally reveals that Mr. Krab's first "dime" (a stone-age wheel) was in his pants the whole time, and that Squidward did not steal it.
- In "Squidward, the Unfriendly Ghost", when SpongeBob and Patrick believe they have killed Squidward and that he is now a ghost, he takes advantage of this by making them his slaves. Eventually, SpongeBob and Patrick, after reading a magazine about the Flying Dutchman's death, get the idea that Squidward is being mean and angry because he was never put to rest. SpongeBob and Patrick attempt to bury Squidward, which ultimately brings him to confess that he is actually alive. However, SpongeBob and Patrick still think that Squidward is a ghost in denial and send him to the "great beyond" by trapping him in a bubble, which floats up into the sky where the pelicans are.
- In "Grandma's Kisses" Squidward and the customers at the Krusty Krab ruthlessly tease SpongeBob for having a kiss on his forehead given by his grandma. At the end of the episode, it is shown that they have been spying on Spongebob with his grandma through her house's window.
- In "Employee of the Month", SpongeBob and Squidward viciously compete with each other for the employee of the month award, both of them trapping each other in hopes of getting to work first.
- In "The Splinter", Squidward tells SpongeBob that Mr. Krabs will have to kick him out for getting a splinter at work.
- In "I ♥ Dancing", Squidward gets jealous that SpongeBob has an audition in a musical, and "teaches" him how to dance in order to steal the spot for himself, training Spongebob to the point of exhaustion. While he wins, he is going to star in Squilliam's musical, and is forced to train to perform a dance that SpongeBob had performed earlier, with Squilliam clearly planning to run him ragged just as Squidward had done to SpongeBob.
Squilliam Fancyson III (born October 1977) is Squidward's' arch-rival who he met in high school band class. He appears in the episodes "Band Geeks", "Squilliam Returns, "House Fancy", "Professor Squidward", "I Heart Dancing", and "Keep Bikini Bottom Beautiful". He is a very wealthy, snooty, unibrow-endowed squid who has succeeded in everything Squidward has failed in and thus looks down upon him. Squidward is painfully jealous and constantly attempts to show Squilliam he is not a loser, with varying results. Like other squid/octopus characters, Squilliam's character model is nearly identical to Squidward, but he has a unibrow and he wears a fancy maroon robe. He owns a private yacht, a private lake, a private heliport, a private island, and a balloon/casino. He owns a fancy house which made an apperance in the TV show House Fancy. Squilliam's name is a combination of the name "William" and "squid", much like Squidward's name being a combination of "Edward" and "squid". Squilliam is voiced by Dee Bradley Baker.
Squilliam's first appearance was in "Band Geeks", where he challenged Squidward to play his band at the Bubble Bowl, as his own band could not make it. However, at the end of the episode, Squilliam arrives at the Bubble Bowl anyway to watch Squidward fail (which may imply that he was just setting up Squidward to make a fool of himself), but upon seeing the band's surprisingly good performance, Squilliam has a heart attack and is rushed to the hospital.
Squilliam returns in the aptly named episode "Squilliam Returns", where Squidward tells him that he is the owner of a five-star restaurant.
Although Squilliam is initially impressed by SpongeBob's newfound fine dining expertise, Squidward is ultimately humiliated when SpongeBob cannot remember his own name and goes insane.
In "House Fancy", Squilliam's ridiculously luxurious house is featured on the TV show of the same name. The house features, among other things, a golden toilet, an elevator with a built-in hot tub, and a massive sculpture of his unibrow made entirely out of gilded doorknobs. Squidward's jealousy once again gets the better of him when he calls the show's host, Nicholas Whithers, saying that his house is better than Squilliam's. Although Squidward's house is destroyed as a result of his attempts to make it fancier, Whithers sees his destroyed house as a work of art and proclaims it to be better than Squilliam's. Squilliam breaks down as he is once again upstaged by Squidward.
In "Professor Squidward", he is shown to teach music at Bikini Bottom University. When Squilliam is absent, Squidward claims to be him so that he can teach the class himself. Squilliam also appears at the end of "I Heart Dancing", where, after Squidward is given the part of a line dancer for Squilliam, he begins to abusively train him in the same manner that Squidward did to SpongeBob.
Squilliam is a rich, fancy prissy octopus with a unibrow. He acts more mature then Squidward, but makes no secret of the fact that he considers himself superior to others due to his enormous wealth. Despite his selfish personality, he somehow makes friends easily (probably for letting people in his private jet, yacht, airship/casino, etc). He is a mean, selfish, and arrogant octopus who takes great pleasure in asserting his perceived superiority over middle-class citizens like his archrival Squidward. He also speaks in a very mocking tone, placing great emphasis on his low regard for Squidward and an equally large amount of inflated praise in his lavish lifestyle.
Like Squidward, Squilliam is a narcissist. He considers himself (and his "big and valuable" unibrow) to be undeniably handsome.
Squilliam is a tall octopus with six tentacles (similar to Squidward). He wears a red and black gown with a unibrow on his forehead.
Squillam Fancyson has a large black unibrow on his forehead. He has had it in every episode. In Band Geeks, he shows pride in it when he calls it "big and valuable". In Professor Squidward, his unibrow is how the police told him apart from Squidward Tentacles. In the episode House Fancy, Squillam had a large replica of his unibrow that was made of 500 solid gold painted doorknobs. In Back to the Past, his face was made of armor.
Squog is an ancestor of Squidward. He enjoyed painting like his descendant, Squidward, but unlike him, can paint prodigiously. He is not shown playing an instrument, but it can be inferred that he could do that well too, as the bad-clarinet-playing part of his line started with Squidly, from the Medieval Era. He owns his house and two clubs, and apparently the clubs can feel emotions of some sort, as one cry when Squog chooses the other to go yell at Prehistory Gary with. Mostly, he slips on the slime trail of Prehistoric Gary. His neighbors are SpongeGar and Patar. Squog only appeared in Ugh and Atlantis SquarePantis drawing Squidward.
Squog is playable on the SpongeBob B.C. Bowling Computer game online but not on the Internet, it must be bought.
Squog mostly looks like Squidward except for the following:
- Squog more often smiles instead of frowning.
- He wears a spotted shirt, in loincloth form.
- He has one tooth like SpongeGar, but on his bottom jaw.
- He has a thick unibrow. (Similar to Squilliam, but Squilliam's is fancier.)
- He Appears in Ugh and Atlantis SquarePantis.
Sun Beathe Nezz
Nazz Rechid (born April 11, 1975) is a sun bather and she is seen some episodes. Her name is reveal and larger role in "Binbob Weevilpants". She possibly likes Scooter. Her sisters are Patty and Sadie Rechid. She has green body, blue lips and light blue arms and yellow eyes with black pupils.
The Tickler is a fish that fought Sandy in the episode Karate Island. He is on the first floor of the Four Floors of Fear. He was winning the fight against Sandy, until Sandy pulled out Jelly-filled Donuts and stuffed and stuffed them in his face. He was employed by Udon to make SpongeBob buy real estate. He lives in Karate Island. The way he talks, he is most likely French.
The Tickler is a purple colored fish with a black and white striped shirt, a dark purple hat, brown pants and a bandanna around his neck. He also holds two sticks with fake hands at the tops which are used to tickle people.
Tina is a red fish who wears a blue dress and skirt. She is one of Pearl Krabs's friends seen in Squeaky Boots. Her name was revealed in "Hall Monitor," where she attended Mrs. Puff's Boating School. She was developed by the audiences seen in SquidBob TentaclePants, Best Day Ever, and Suction Cup Symphony. She covered Evelyn's eyes in All That Glitters. She had a surprise and said So handsome! in The Two Faces of Squidward. In The Krusty Sponge she was part of the sick people.
Tom is the random fish who first appeared in the episode "Ripped Pants" where he is among the large crowd on the beach. He wears a purple shirt and blue pants. He was given the name "Tom" in "Patty Hype." He is heard with a woman's voice in "Doing Time" and "The Sponge Who Could Fly". He has been voiced by both Dee Bradley Baker and Doug Lawrence.
Master Udon is a character that appeared in the episode "Karate Island", and was voiced by Pat Morita. Udon is the fish that calls SpongeBob to come to the mysterious Karate Island. He is actually a con man because he captures SpongeBob and tries to make him to buy real estate. He has quite a few recruits and orders them to stop Sandy Cheeks from getting to him (The Tickler, Lip Service, and Filthy Phil). It is revealed that at the end of the episode that he has extremely large muscles when he fights Sandy. He is defeated by her and falls out of the condo window, landing in the water. He is shown to have survived at the very end of the episode after Spongebob and sandy leave, greeting Squidward to declare him as "King of Clarinets."
He is the owner of "Condo Island", which has been called "Karate Island" and "Clarinet Island".
Uncle Sherm is the father of Stanley S. SquarePants. He was mentioned in a few episodes. He first is mentioned in the episode Stanley S. Squarepants. In the episode he sends his son to Spongebob's house due to his inability to hold down a job, and he ruins everything he touches. During his stay at his house he never allowed Stanley to watch television, or touch the refrigerator, or toilet.
What Zit Tooya
What Zit Tooya (pronounced "What's It To Ya") is a Krusty Krab customer.
Tooya appears as a purple fish, with hair on the sides of his head instead of on top and has a blue tie. He also wears a dark brown-green jacket. He has 3 red spots on his head similar to Squidward. He has an extremely fierce temper.
He was the last customer SpongeBob SquarePants and Squidward Tentacles were required to learn the name of in the episode, "Good Ol' Whatshisname" in order to win a prize. When Squidward first asks him his name, he appears to rudely say "What's it to ya?". After many efforts, Squidward steals his wallet, and after a long chase looks at his driver's license to discover that the customer's name is literally "What Zit Tooya". Squidward is arrested and given an unrealistically long sentence of ten years.
What Zit Tooya lives at 150 Shell St. in Bikini Bottom. He has black eyes, his height is 0.07, he weighs 5 ounces, and speaks with a New York accent. He has a class S license and his driver's number is A6013747. His character model is also seen in "Culture Shock" and "Toy Store of Doom".