Krab Borg: SpongeBob stays up late one night watching a sci-fi film where robots take over the world. He comes to work paranoid and Squidward scoffs at him. Through a series of wild coincidences, SpongeBob gets it in his head that Mr. Krabs is a robot and convinces Squidward the same thing, too. In a paranoid fit, SpongeBob and Squidward tie up Mr. Krabs and interrogate him as to where he has put the real Mr. Krabs. Mr. Krabs tries to convince him that it is him, but Squidward and SpongeBob are too deeply involved in the fantasy and abuse Mr. Krabs in order to get the information. In the end, Squidward asks SpongeBob how the movie ended. SpongeBob confesses that in the end of the movie, the robot wasn't a robot after all but a real person. Mr. Krabs yells "I told you so". SpongeBob splits and Squidward is left taking the blame for it all. Rock-a-Bye Bivalve: SpongeBob and Patrick find an abandoned baby clam and decided to rear the child as their own. SpongeBob takes on the role of ...
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This episode is considered controversial as it portrays SpongeBob and Patrick as a gay couple. See more
When SpongeBob and Squidward think that Mr. Krabs is a robot they go to torture him. When a picture of the Krusty Krab is seen while a scuffle is heard, you can see the customers at the door like they were running towards it, meaning that the creators used a picture of the same episode of when the customers were running towards the door. See more
[SpongeBob opens up Patrick's rock to find what he really did instead of working
[watching TV, laughs
He got hit on the head with two coconuts!
So! This is work?
You know it's not as easy as it looks. Sometimes I gotta move the antenna, sometimes I lose the remote, and sometimes my butt itches real bad!
Oh, you poor, poor thing. By the way, you forgot your briefcase!
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House of Horror
Music by W. Merrick Farran See more