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Not to be confused with the health inspector.
Chocolate bars, eh?
 
— Incidental 118C, "Chocolate with Nuts"
Character

Incidental 118C is a fish who first appears in the episode "Chocolate with Nuts." He is an alternate variant of Incidental 118 and his incidental type is currently unknown.

Description

He is a lavender jellybean shaped fish with light purple fins and lips. He wears a small brown hat with an orange stripe, a brown vest over his light tan dress shirt with a brown tie, and rolled up sleeves.

Role in series

A bandaged up Incidental 118C.

Incidental 118C makes more major roles than minor ones. He makes his most prominent appearance in his debut "Chocolate with Nuts" as an antagonist.

Major roles

"Chocolate with Nuts"

He scams SpongeBob and Patrick out of their money three times by selling them candy bar bags, candy bar bag carrying bags, and pretending he is seriously injured just to sell more chocolate bars to SpongeBob and Patrick. Ironically, he was the only customer they didn't sell any chocolate to.

"20,000 Patties Under the Sea"

He thanks SpongeBob and Patrick after they pay him and the female judge to take the Krabby Patties they were selling.

"The Getaway"

He appears as a Jewelry store employee who SpongeBob distracts while Sticky Fins Whiting steals from the shop.

"Sanitation Insanity"

He is shown selling boatmobiles to Carl.

"The Ballad of Filthy Muck"

He is shown as the leader of the angry mob against Filthy Muck and SpongeBob.

"The Krusty Slammer"

He is one of the customers dining at the Krusty Slammer where Mr. Krabs swipes Stickyfin's and Dorsal Dan's Krabby Patties from their mouths and feed them to him, as well as taking cash out of his wallet. He later leaves when the prisoners start a riot.

"Broken Alarm"

He is the owner of Clock World, a clock store that SpongeBob visits in order to find a replica of his alarm clock. He tells SpongeBob that his brand of alarm clock is no longer produced, though he has many other clocks SpongeBob can buy. SpongeBob, indecisive, buys all of the clocks and gives the con man a pile of money, causing the con man to run to a nearby Yachts store, buy an expensive yacht and drive away with it.

"Bubble Bass's Tab"

He watches Bubble Bass mock Mr. Krabs with Incidental 160 in his car and sounds his car horn which causes Bubble Bass to flee away.

Major roles in The Patrick Star Show

Bummer Jobs

SpongeBob and Patrick see him ride a taxi which gives them the idea to become taxis themselves as jobs.

Trivia

  • Unlike Incidental 118 and his three other variants, he is not normally portrayed as a police officer.
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