— Incidental 119 to SpongeBob, "Sailor Mouth"
Incidental 119, also known as Repairman, is a fish who first appears in the episode "SB-129." His incidental type is currently unknown.
- 1 Description
- 2 Role in series
- 3 Major roles
- 3.1 "SB-129"
- 3.2 "Big Pink Loser"
- 3.3 "Sailor Mouth"
- 3.4 "Artist Unknown"
- 3.5 "Club SpongeBob"
- 3.6 “Dunces and Dragons”
- 3.7 "The Krusty Sponge"
- 3.8 “20,000 Patties Under the Sea”
- 3.9 “Krusty Krushers”
- 3.10 "Dear Vikings"
- 3.11 "Pet or Pests"
- 3.12 “Gullible Pants”
- 3.13 "The Hot Shot"
- 3.14 "Mr. Krabs Takes a Vacation"
- 3.15 "Smoothe Jazz at Bikini Bottom"
- 3.16 “Move It or Lose It”
- 3.17 “Don't Feed the Clowns“
- 3.18 "Krusty Kleaners"
- 3.19 "Swamp Mates"
- 4 Major roles in games
He is an olive-green fish with dark purple lips and a light purple dorsal fin. He wears an orange collared shirt and an orange hat. In his older appearances, his dorsal fin had three lumps instead of two and his eyes were rounder.
He wears dark blue overalls with a light blue rectangle label over his orange shirt.
Role in series
Incidental 119 has made more major appearances than minor ones. He is almost always portrayed as a fish who has an occupation. He can be seen among other incidentals in crowds in a very few episodes as well.
He is seen in the future when he sprayed a newly-sprout flower chrome.
While he is taking out the trash, he overhears SpongeBob's use of a new word. He is appalled and calls SpongeBob out for using profanity, asking if he kisses his mother with that mouth.
When Squidward is introducing his works, he shows Bold and Brash. After Monty P. Moneybags makes a joke about it belonging in the trash, he literally throws away the painting. He is mistaken by Monty as the creator of Squidward's accidental statue, as Squidward gave him his beret, at the end of the episode. Monty says that he is the greatest artist ever.
He appears as the co-pilot of a damaged airplane. He and Scooter drop the plane's load of picnic supplies to avoid crashing.
His medieval variant tosses a rock at Squidly Tentacles' clarinet.
He sits with Sandals at the Krusty Krab and sees the latter is sick from eating one of the Spongy Patties. Taking a bite of it, he is disgusted and confronts Mr. Krabs about selling a ripoff of a Krabby Patty before he receives food poisoning. It is revealed he is a cop; he soon arrests the shocked Mr. Krabs after it turns out he sold rotten patties to the customers, who all got sick from them. During Mr. Krabs' trial, he is seen in the jury who declare Mr. Krabs guilty.
He fixes the window of the Krusty Krab that SpongeBob and Patrick broke with their submarine earlier, though they damage it again shortly after he finishes it.
He sweeps away the shattered remains of Jim and the Purple wrestler after they get defeated by SpongeBob and Patrick. He later vacuums the million dollars up when SpongeBob and Patrick choose to go to wrestle camp.
He is seen as a garbage man with Viking 12 where Viking 12 runs off after he finds SpongeBob's letter to the vikings in the garbage.
He delivers stuff that SpongeBob ordered to decorate the Krusty Krab.
He appears as a stage crew member at Kelpy G's concert where he at first has SpongeBob and Squidward kicked out during the concert and later escorts Squidward off of the stage at the end of the episode.
He delivers a boatmobile to Mrs. Puff and SpongeBob asks him to sign the petition to save the Krusty Krab but he asks him why would he care about the Krusty Krab.
Before SpongeBob and Patrick go to the tank company office, the security guard is seen getting out, calling his mom. His mom is telling him to double check if the doors are locked, though he decides not to and wants his mom to stop nagging him.
Major roles in games
In Level 1, he can be seen fixing the telephone wire at SpongeBob's house. He states he is very high-strung and has a problem with loud noises, so SpongeBob scares him with his alarm clock and he runs away. In Level 3, he appears again outside the Krusty Krab by the Patty Wagon and can be scared away by activating the loudspeaker.