— Incidental 103, "Krabby Land"
- 1 Names
- 2 Description
- 3 Role in series
- 4 Major Roles
- 4.1 “Valentine’s Day”
- 4.2 "Walking Small"
- 4.3 “Sandy, SpongeBob, and the Worm”
- 4.4 “Mid-Life Crustacean“
- 4.5 “Born Again Krabs”
- 4.6 “Krabby Land“
- 4.7 “The Sponge Who Could Fly”
- 4.8 “SquidBob TentaclePants”
- 4.9 "Mrs. Puff, You're Fired"
- 4.10 “Squidtastic Voyage”
- 4.11 "Hocus Pocus"
- 4.12 “Roller Cowards”
- 4.13 "Slimy Dancing"
- 4.14 “Pest of the West“
- 4.15 “The Curse of the Hex”
- 4.16 “The Inside Job”
- 4.17 “Keep Bikini Bottom Beautiful“
- 4.18 “A Pal for Gary”
- 4.19 “Drive Thru”
- 4.20 “Free Samples”
- 4.21 “Face Freeze!“
- 4.22 “Glove World R.I.P.”
- 4.23 “Little Yellow Book”
- 4.24 “Don't Look Now”
- 4.25 “Kenny the Cat”
- 4.26 "High Sea Diving"
- 4.27 "Pineapple RV"
- 4.28 "Dirty Bubble Returns"
- 4.29 “Escape from Beneath Glove World”
- 5 References
- In "Krabby Land," he is named Monroe.
- In "SquidBob TentaclePants," he is named Timmy.
- In "Slimy Dancing," he is named Tommy.
- In "Little Yellow Book," he is named Billy.
He is a light orange fish with darker orange lips and black eyes. He wears lime green pants and a black belt with a golden belt buckle.
He wears a dark blue suit over a white dress shirt with a green necktie along with darker blue pants.
Role in series
Incidental 103 is a pretty commonly used incidental character in the series and has many notable/speaking roles as well as non-speaking ones.
He appears at the Krusty Krab as the son of Incidental 48 where he tells her that his Krabby Patty tastes funny. She tells him it’s all old and dried out and has him put it in the garbage. Mr. Krabs then takes the Patty away from him until he was able to toss it into the trash.
He often appeared as the commanding leader of the children who came to Krabby Land.
He and Incidental 115 mock SpongeBob for wanting to fly and they later believe that SpongeBob wasn’t so crazy after all when they actually see him fly.
It is shown to be his birthday at his school and his teacher, Incidental 115, gives him a gift which was the first place the fused together SpongeBob and Squidward ended up at.
When Sergeant Roderick asks the class if they want a bon-bon, Incidental 103 steps o the front of the class and eats one. He is then thrown out of the classroom by Sergeant Roderick for violating his "No eating in my class" rule.
Incidental 47 covers his ears so he can avoid the disturbing sounds of SpongeBob taking Squidward's clarinet out of his throat.
He complains about his pistachio ice cream to his father, Incidental 6, much to his annoyance. His ice cream then falls of his hand and lands on Squidward's lawn chair, making him cry more.
He is seen doing the cramp in the epilogue which causes his mother to worry and call the emergency hotline due to thinking he is seriously injured. But then he tells his mother that he was only doing a dance move called "The Cramp."
He appears as a farmer with Incidental 107 at Dead Eye Gulch.
He gets sucked into a tornado with his family.
He worships Squilliam Fancyson's statue with Incidental 115.
He tries a sample of Chum with Incidental 102 and they both get food poisoning.
He appears in Mr. Krabs' story with Incidental 49 where he cries after Fred sticks his younger out at them.
Patrick steals his ice cream while dressed as the Glove World! mascot.
His mother, Incidental 49, tells him to stay away from Squidward due to him being a diary reader.
He is seen holding his breath so he can be just like Kenny the Cat.
He appears in SpongeBob's dream where he looks at the giant SpongeBob statue in amazement. But then run away when the statue speaks to him. He is later seen as a farmer where he uses a giant comb to rake his entire field.
He pours water on Squidward which turns him into a tulip after the other Bikini Bottomites beat him up and bury him under the ground.
He becomes freaked out by SpongeBob and Patrick's faces from riding the baseball ride too many times.
- ^ Incidental character model sheet