Hey Plankton, can I get another one of your delicious chumsticks?
Yellow-tan with lavender lips and dark purple dorsal fin and light green limbs
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Incidental 41 is a fish who has appeared in various episodes and is one of the most common fish characters in the series. He debuted in "  Ripped Pants" and had his first major role in " Plankton's Regular."
He is a yellow-tan-colored fish with light lavender lips and a dark lavender dorsal fin.
He has white eyes with black pupils, and he has a lavender mouth. He also has light green arms and legs and he wears faded light blue shorts. His stomach is dark-yellow/green and he is very slender and skinny. In older episodes, he had oval shaped eyes, and a button on his shorts.
He often goes without wearing a shirt or shoes. He once wore a suit, when at the
Role in series
In " Ripped Pants," when SpongeBob comes between him and Incidental 42 to tell them about his ripped pants much to their annoyance.
In " MuscleBob BuffPants," he is seen in the group of people looking at SpongeBob in the Juice Bar.
In " Employee of the Month," he is seen outside the destroyed Krusty Krab.
In " Karate Choppers," he is seen at the Krusty Krab.
In " Rock Bottom," he is seen as a bus driver when SpongeBob and Patrick accidentally board the wrong bus.
In " Walking Small," he is seen sunbathing, flying a kite and playing volleyball at Goo Lagoon.
In " Fools in April," he is amused by SpongeBob's prank.
In " Neptune's Spatula," he is seen in the group of people at the Fry Cook Museum, seen in the crowd at the Poseidome and seen exiting the Krusty Krab.
In " Hooky," he is seen eating at the Krusty Krab and holding Squidward for his terrible cooking.
In " Something Smells," he is seen in the bathroom at Reef Cinema and Patrick walks up to him and his friends asking if they want to hear about bathroom jokes. They smell Patrick's bad breath and leave.
In " Big Pink Loser," he is seen at the Krusty Krab and making fun of Patrick for using a broom incorrectly.
In " Imitation Krabs," he is seen eating at the Krusty Krab and getting his drink taken by Mr. Krabs.
In " Bubble Buddy," he is seen eating at the Krusty Krab and getting his drink taken by Mr. Krabs.
In " Patty Hype," he is seen when Mr. Krabs buries himself alive and later is seen waiting to buy a Pretty Patty.
In " Prehibernation Week," he is eating at the Krusty Krab and as part of Sandy's search party.
In " Life of Crime," he is seen thinking SpongeBob and Patrick are street performers.
In " Christmas Who?," he is seen wanting to send a letter to Santa Claus. Later, he is seen wanting a present from Squidward (dressed as Santa).
In " No Free Rides," he is seen celebrating someone's birthday in Mrs. Puff's fantasy until SpongeBob runs them over.
In " I'm Your Biggest Fanatic," he is shown as a fan of Kevin C. Cucumber.
In " Squirrel Jokes," he is shown to being the nightly event at the Krusty Krab called Komedy Krab.
In " The Smoking Peanut," he is shown to throwing peanut at Patrick and later Mr. Krabs for upsetting the clam by throwing a peanut at it and later Mr. Krabs for stealing the Clam's egg.
In " Band Geeks," he is shown to be part of Squidward's band.
In " Procrastination," SpongeBob tells about his excitement over getting an assignment and Nat tells him that they will be writing eight 800 words.
In " Sailor Mouth," he hears SpongeBob's swearing over the intercom.
In " Artist Unknown," when Squidward welcomes him to art class, he says "Oh, isn't this cooking?" He also says that he is a better artist than Squidward.
In " Jellyfish Hunter," he is shown wanting a Jelly Patty.
In " The Fry Cook Games," he is shown at the Fast Food Coliseum watching the Fry Cook Games.
In " Sandy, SpongeBob, and the Worm," he is seen at the Krusty Krab.
In " The Algae's Always Greener," he is seen at the beginning of the episode eating at the Krusty Krab. Later, an alternate universe version of him pokes Plankton and complains about Alternate-Universe Squidward's horrific attempt at cooking.
In " SpongeGuard on Duty," he is seen in a direction with Annette.
In " My Pretty Seahorse," he is given a blow of onions.
In " Just One Bite," he is seen as the wedding announcer.
In " The Bully," he is seen at Mrs. Puff's Boating School.
In " Idiot Box," he is seen on a soap opera, giving a box as a gift.
In " Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy IV," he is seen crammed into a jar with everyone (except SpongeBob) in the Bikini Bottom.
In " Doing Time," he is seen working as a bank teller.
In " One Krabs Trash," he, at one point, offers Mr. Krabs $100,000 for the soda drinking hat.
In " As Seen on TV," he is seen helping Squidward make a commercial for the Krusty Krab. Later, he bumps into SpongeBob where SpongeBob assumes he is a fan due to him starring in a commercial.
In " Squilliam Returns," he is seen hanging out with Squidward's arch-rival from high school, Squilliam Fancyson, suggesting that he is wealthy.
In " Rock-a-Bye Bivalve," he is seen where he and Incidental 48 question how a Sponge and Star Fish made a clam.
In " Krusty Krab Training Video," he is seen at the Krusty Krab.
In " Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V," he is seen in line outside the Krusty Krab.
In " New Student Starfish," he is seen watching SpongeBob and Patrick fight each other.
In " Clams," he is seen in the Krusty Krab before Mr. Krabs kicks him and the other customers out.
In " The Great Snail Race," he sneaks into the announcer's box, only to be caught by Sports guy.
In " Mid-Life Crustacean," he is seen at The Wash! doing laundry.
In " Born Again Krabs," he is seen eating at the Krusty Krab and getting his drink taken by Mr. Krabs.
In " I Had an Accident," he is seen playing Football.
In " Krabby Land," he is seen as a child.
In " Missing Identity," he is seen at Snail-Po World Headquarters.
In " The Sponge Who Could Fly," he makes fun of SpongeBob's flying. He and the other Bikini Bottomites form an angry mob and chase SpongeBob for thinking that he is more important than them.
In " SpongeBob Meets the Strangler," he is seen on a bus.
In " Pranks a Lot," he is seen laughing at SpongeBob's and Patrick's nudity.
In " The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie", he appears in SpongeBob's dream as a customer who purchased a Krabby Patty. However, there is no cheese on the patty, causing mayhem. He is trapped inside the Krusty Krab with heavy police action surrounding the scene. SpongeBob arrives at the scene to save the day and carefully places a slice of cheese on the Krabby Patty. SpongeBob then carries him outside to reveal the cheese finally got added, resulting in the customers lifting him up and congratulating him before he wakes up.
In " Fear of a Krabby Patty," he is seen at the Krusty Krab.
In " Krabs vs. Plankton," after Plankton slips where SpongeBob mops he says that if were him that slipped there he would sue Mr. Krabs for all he has got and Plankton asks him if that includes the Krabby Patty secret formula to which he replies of course.
In " Good Neighbors," he is seen as part of the angry mob as seen outside Squidward Tentacles' house after it rampaged through the Bikini Bottom.
In " Selling Out," he is seen coming into the Krusty Krab at the beginning of the episode and is seen eating at the Krabby O'Monday's and finds out what Krabby Patties are made of at Krabby O'Monday's he runs off disgusted.
In " Funny Pants," he is seen when the Whoopie Cushion and Grandma's Pie trucks crash.
In " Dunces and Dragons," he is seen at Medieval Moments.
In " Enemy In-Law," he was one of the people that Plankton threw in his restaurant with his robot. When he overhears that Plankton's kidnapped him and other people to force them to eat at the Chum Bucket they leave. He also calls Plankton a little twerp.
In " Mermaid Man & Barnacle Boy VI: The Motion Picture," he works on the crew of SpongeBob's film about Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy.
In " SquidBob TentaclePants," he shown to be disgusted at SpongeBob and Squidward fused together. After SpongeBob and Squidward are separated by Sandy he leaves in disappointment.
In " Krusty Towers," he is seen in Mr. Krabs flashback.
In " Mrs. Puff, You're Fired," he is seen at Mrs. Puff's Boating School as a student however disobeys the rule of no talking and is thrown out of class by Sergeant Sam Roderick. Later, he appears as a baker.
In " Whale of a Birthday," he is seen at Krusty Krab.
In " All That Glitters," he overhears that someone as ordered a Monster Krabby Patty. Later, he sees SpongeBob naked after he sales all his belongings to purchase a Le Spatula.
In " Once Bitten," he sees a news report about Mad Snail Disease.
In " Bummer Vacation," he is seen at the Krusty Krab.
In " Wigstruck," he makes fun of SpongeBob's wig and later when goes to see a movie at Reef Cinema.
In " That's No Lady," he is seen at the Krusty Krab.
In " The Thing," he makes fun of Smelly's appearance where he visit him at Bikini Bottom Zoo.
In " Hocus Pocus," he is seen as a bus driver.
In " Driven to Tears," he is seen line while Patrick gets Driver license photo taken.
In " Rule of Dumb," he is seen when Patrick plans to build a Ferris wheel.
In " Born to Be Wild," he is seen making fun of SpongeBob and Patrick protecting the Bikini Bottom and he is next seen at the Krusty Krab.
In " Best Frenemies," he appears as cashier at the Kelpshake and is later seen as a customer wanting to buy a Kelp Shake.
In " The Pink Purloiner," he is seen as a bus driver.
In " Squid Wood," he cheers for Mini Squidward.
In " Best Day Ever," he is seen at Squidward's concert.
In " Friend or Foe," he listens to the story of Mr. Krabs and Plankton being best friends.
In " The Original Fry Cook," he sees a former Krusty Krab fry cook Jim returns to the Krusty Krab. Later, he is seen cheering for worlds greatest fry cook who happens to be Jim.
In " Fungus Among Us," he attacks SpongeBob for spreading Ick to him and other customers.
In " Spy Buddies," when Plankton plays annoying music he and other customers leave, but is sucked into a cannon fired at Plankton's blimp.
In " Boat Smarts," he gets into a vehicle accident caused by SpongeBob.
In " Good Ol' Whatshisname," he is seen at the Krusty Krab where Squidward asks him his name.
In " New Digs," he is seen at the Krusty Krab.
In " Krabs à la Mode," he is seen waiting for Squidward to bring him his Krabby Krab when falls down him and all the other customers leave, but comes back in warmer clothing. At the end of the episode comes to the Krusty Krab which is now a public swimming pool.
In " Roller Cowards," he is working at Glove World!.
In " Breath of Fresh Squidward," he is seen at the party for Squidward celebration of being employee of the month at Patrick Star's house.
In " Money Talks," he is seen at the Krusty Krab.
In " SpongeBob vs. The Patty Gadget," he is seen at watching SpongeBob battle the Patty Gadget.
In " Slimy Dancing," he is seen at Bikini Bottom Dance-A-Thon.
In " The Krusty Sponge," he is seen at Krusty Krab when Gene Scallop is reporting his review on the news. He is seen in line waiting to ride the train outside the Krusty Krab, which Mr. Krabs charged customers to ride. After SpongeBob gets tired of pleading he and the other passengers are about to form an angry mob however, SpongeBob escapes.
In " Sing a Song of Patrick," he is seen as a cotton candy salesman.
In " A Flea in Her Dome," he is seen being sucked into Sandy's treedome.
In " The Krusty Plate," he is seen exiting the Krusty Krab with Debbie Rechid at closing time.
In " Goo Goo Gas," he is turns into a baby at the end of the episode by Plankton's.
In " Le Big Switch," he is seen at Krusty Krab before being thrown by Mr. Krabs and later appears to be eating at a Krabby Patty at Fancy! before the Patty is taken away by SpongeBob when realises that they belong Krusty Krab.
In " Atlantis SquarePantis," he is seen outside the Bikini Bottom Museum.
In " Blackened Sponge," he is seen at the Krusty Krab.
In " Mermaid Man vs. SpongeBob," he is Perch Perkins camera man.
In " Pest of the West," he is seen in a flashback.
In " The Battle of Bikini Bottom," he is one of the citizens who reenacted the Battle of Bikini Bottom.
In " What Ever Happened to SpongeBob?," he is seen at the Krusty Krab wanting his Krabby Patty along the other customers before Mr. Krabs pushes him out. He later appears in New Kelp City congratulating SpongeBob for running bubble gang out of town.
In " The Two Faces of Squidward," he is admiring Squidward's handsomeness.
In " SpongeHenge," on windy night he and Incidental 45 are leaving a Diner when their leftovers blow away in the wind.
In " Banned in Bikini Bottom," he pushes Incidental 40 while waiting in the Secret Krusty Krab.
In " Stanley S. SquarePants," he is seen waiting in line at Krusty Krab.
In " Nautical Novice," he is shown to be working as a bus driver.
In " Spongicus," he is seen at the Chum Coliseum.
In " Not Normal," he is seen at Krusty Krab.
In " Gone," he is seen celebrating National No SpongeBob Day and is later seen arriving back in the Bikini Bottom by bus.
In " The Splinter," he asks Squidward that order a couple of Krabby Patties and wonders when they would be out.
In " Suction Cup Symphony," he is shown to be the drummer of the Bikini Bottom Symphony Orchestra.
In " The Splinter," Squidward pretends to "squish" him.
In " Slide Whistle Stooges," he is seen being stitched by Dr. Gill Gilliam.
In " A Life in a Day," he watches Larry the Lobster do daredevil tricks and asks him what he his secret is.
In " Sun Bleached," he is seen with tanned skin.
In " Giant Squidward," he is sees Squidward as a Giant.
In " No Nose Knows," he is seen at a Bakery about to eat Pastries until Patrick with a new nose sticks his face in and sniffs them.
In " Patty Caper," he is at the Krusty Krab.
In " Plankton's Regular," his most notable appearance, he feigns enjoyment of Plankton's chum in order to fulfill a deal with Karen, Plankton's wife. He is shown to live in a mobile home and apparently possesses great acting skills, as he manages to fend off SpongeBob's persistent attempts to give him a Krabby Patty. However, one can foresee the ending when Nat is forced to taste Mr. Krabs' Krusty Chum and he proclaims that it is the second foulest thing he has ever tasted. The audience can infer that the foulest thing is actually Chum, and Mr. Krabs has thwarted him in that area of food service as well. At the end of the episode, Nat breaks the news to Plankton and cuts off the deal with Karen, returning the money that she had given him to eat at the Chum Bucket. He is last shown being carted off by medical staff members to have his stomach pumped, which he claims will be the third time he will have visited the doctor on account of Chum.
In " The Krabby Kronicle," Mr. Krabs asks him if he is interested in reading the Examiner. He replies by saying that nobody reads the Krabby Kronicle.
In " The Slumber Party," he is seen at Pearl's private beach party.
In " SpongeBob SquarePants vs. The Big One," he is seen at Goo Lagoon.
In " Porous Pockets," he is seen hanging out with SpongeBob after he gains a lot of money but leaves him after discovering that he has no money left.
In " Choir Boys," he is seen at Bikini Bottom Men Choir.
In " Krusty Krushers," he is seen at the Recreation Center.
In " The Card," he is seen at the Bank.
In " Grandpappy the Pirate," he gives Mr. Krabs a letter Redbeard Krabs.
In " Squid's Visit," he is seen doing laundry.
In " To SquarePants or Not to SquarePants," Squidward throws his order at him.
In " Ditchin'," he is at Mrs. Puff's Boating School, but later appears to be getting his Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy comic book signed.
In " Shuffleboarding," he is seen in the angry mob chasing down Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy for put him and the other citizens in jail.
In " Professor Squidward," he is seen outside of Squilliam's clarinet concert.
In " Pet or Pests," he is walking to the Supermarket.
In " Komputer Overload," he is on a news report.
In " Gullible Pants," he is seen at the Krusty Krab.
In " Overbooked," he is seen at Sandy's presentation.
In " No Hat for Pat," he watches Patrick fall but begins to get tired of it. Later, he is shown watching Patrick (and Squidward) fall on spiky sea urchins. After only Squidward gets hurts he stealing back all his money along with the customers despite Mr. Krabs telling them absolutely no refunds.
In " Toy Store of Doom," he is seen as a child.
In " Sand Castles in the Sand," Patrick accidentally gets Sandy in his mouth.
In " Chum Bucket Supreme," he parks at the Chum Bucket due too there being no parks at the Krusty Krab. Later appears at the eating due too the good advertising.
In " Single Cell Anniversary," he is seen in the crowd.
In " Truth or Square," he is seen chatting "We want Krabby Patties."
In " Chum Caverns," he is in Chum Caverns.
In " The Clash of Triton," he is seen in the mob chasing SpongeBob and Patrick after discovering they were responsible for the Bikini Bottom getting destroyed.
In" Tentacle-Vision," he is seen at Squidward Tentacles' house think that there is party going on there.
In " Stuck in the Wringer," he is seen at the Coral Carnival and gets mad at SpongeBob for yelling at Patrick.
In " Someone's in the Kitchen with Sandy," he is seen making fun of Sandy being naked.
In " The Inside Job," his face is touched by SpongeBob due SpongeBob being blind thanks to Plankton.
In " Greasy Buffoons," he is seen at both the Krusty Krab and Chum Bucket when Mr. Krabs and Plankton add grease to their food products.
In " Model Sponge," he appears inside SpongeBob imagination.
In " Yours, Mine and Mine," he is seen at the Krusty Krab with Incidental 63.
In " Kracked Krabs," he is seen being charged a dollar per footstep.
In " SpongeBob's Last Stand," he is seen during the song Give Jellyfish Fields a Chance and later SpongeBob and Patrick that the highway is what everyone wants by crushing the tambourine that Patrick was playing as part of the song.
In " Gary in Love," he is seen walking his snail.
In " The Play's the Thing," he is seen having his arm chew by Incidental 40 and he gives him some salt to go with it. Later, he throws food and drink at SpongeBob and Squidward.
In " Rodeo Daze," he and the other Bikini Bottomites are kidnapped by SpongeBob in order to "save" Sandy.
In " The Cent of Money," he accuses Mr. Krabs of stealing his chance from but Mr. Krab denies this claim he found the chance on the floor. He later appears at the Fun Arcade.
In " The Monster Who Came to Bikini Bottom," he tells Mr. Krabs and SpongeBob that their ice machine is broken. At the end of the episode he receives to ice cubes due too Rrarrg throwing them to the Krusty Krab.
In " Welcome to the Bikini Bottom Triangle," he is shown in the Krusty Krab at the end of the episode.
In " The Curse of Bikini Bottom," he is seen leaving the Krusty Krab during heavy rainfall.
In " The Main Drain," he is seen being sucked into the drain after Patrick accidentally unplugs the plug.
In " Sponge-Cano!," he is seen among the angry mob/crowd.
In " The Great Patty Caper," he and customers riot the Krusty Krab due too not being served Krabby Patties.
In " That Sinking Feeling," he is seen digging the Bikini Bottom out.
In " Karate Star," he is seen at the Krusty Krab.
In " Buried in Time," he is bring a toaster to time capsule and is seen in Plankton imagination.
In " The Abrasive Side," he is seen dressed as a businessman waiting at the bus stop.
In " Earworm," he is shown leaving the Krusty Krab.
In " The Masterpiece," he appears at the Sea Chicken Shack.
In " Whelk Attack," he is seen walking into the Krusty Krab.
In " Tunnel of Glove," he is seen as an employee at Glove World.
In " Krusty Dogs," he has a balloon placed inside his Krusty Dog in a last ditch effort abolish a Krusty Dogs.
In " Love That Squid," he is seen at the Krusty Krab when Squilvia.
In " Big Sister Sam," his is revealed to be named Tucker.
In " Perfect Chemistry," he is seen at the Krusty Krab.
In " Accidents Will Happen," he and the other customers wonder where Squidward is.
In " The Other Patty," he is seen at the Flabby Patty Shack.
In " Drive Thru," he is seen in his boat waiting in line.
In " Frozen Face-Off," he is seen in the race line.
In " Squidward's School for Grown-Ups," he is seen driving his boat.
In " Oral Report," he is seen as a student in Mrs. Puff's Boating School.
In " Sweet and Sour Squid," he is seen throwing food at Squidward due too him playing his clarinet.
In " The Googly Artiste," he is seen buying Patrick's work of art.
In " A SquarePants Family Vacation," he makes a cameo at the Outskirts Outlet Mega Mall.
In " Mr. Krabs Takes a Vacation," he is as a purple fish.
In " Barnacle Face," he leaves the Krusty Krab because of Pearl's crying.
In " The Way of the Sponge," he is at the Krusty Krab.
In " The Krabby Patty That Ate Bikini Bottom," he is seen as a police officer giving a parking ticket to a boat before he can place the ticket on the boat the Giant Krabby Patty eats the boat but spits out the engine leaving him to put the ticket on the engine.
In " Are You Happy Now?," he is seen as a band member.
In " Planet of the Jellyfish," his Jellien clone is seen and later his real self is in the Krusty Krab freezer.
In " Free Samples," he tries Plankton's free Chum samples but gets food poisoning in the process. He and the other customers form an angry mob and chase after Plankton.
In " Karen 2.0," he is watch Karen and Karen 2 fight each other.
In " Glove World R.I.P.," he is seen at Glove World.
In " Squiditis," he is seen at the Krusty Krab.
In " Treats!," his drink is knocked over by Gary who has come to the Krusty Krab to ask SpongeBob for a treat.
In " Chum Fricassee," he is seen at the Chum Bucket.
In " The Good Krabby Name," he is seen eating at the Krusty Krab with Dennis.
In " Move It or Lose It," he questions why Mr. Krabs about why his Patties are dangerous.
In " Hello Bikini Bottom!," he is seen at the Ned and the Needlefish concert and when discovers that SpongeBob and Squidward are performing he and the other audience member chase them off the stage.
In " Patrick-Man!," Patrick Man thinks that she is stealing the boat he is trapped in and has her trapped in a net. The cops come to arrest Mrs. Puff Grand Theft Auto. After everyone is gone he replies help.
In " Squid Baby," he yells, My face! My face! Also my leg, but mostly my face!," making a reference to Fred's catchphrase " My leg!."
In " Little Yellow Book," he is seen waiting to order and later he throws tomatoes at Squidward for reading SpongeBob's personal diary.
In " Jailbreak!," he is seen inside the Bikini Bottom Jail.
In " Evil Spatula," he becomes impatient about not getting his order and is about break the Cash Register before he can SpongeBob gives out orders.
In " Safe Deposit Krabs," works as security guard at the Bank of Bikini Bottom Bank.
In " Plankton's Pet," he is seen at the Krusty Krab.
In " Séance Shméance," he seen at the Krusty Krab with Incidental 63.
In " Kenny the Cat," he tells SpongeBob and Patrick that Kenny will not be in the Bikini Bottom until the ten the following morning.
In " Lost in Bikini Bottom," he is seen in the Krusty Krab with Incidental 22.
In " Tutor Sauce," he Mr. Krabs that he likes a his Krabby Patty.
In " The Executive Treatment," he is seen as a businessman.
In " Sanctuary!," he is seen giving a stray snail to SpongeBob.
In " What's Eating Patrick?," he watching Patrick compete in the annual Krabby Patty eating contest.
In " The Sewers of Bikini Bottom," he is seen at the Krusty Krab Stadium.
In " SpongeBob LongPants," he is seen eating the Krusty Krab.
In " Larry's Gym," he offers Larry the Lobster donuts but Larry tells him not to donuts into the gym.
In " Married to Money," he is the pastor at Mr. Krabs and Cashina.
In " Mall Girl Pearl," he is seen at the Bikini Bottom Mall.
In " Two Thumbs Down," he is seen when SpongeBob break his thumbs.
In " Lame and Fortune," he is seen being feed Chum by Plankton.
In " Bulletin Board," he is seen at the Krusty Krab.
In " Sandy's Nutmare," he buys Nutty Butter.
In " Snail Mail," he is seen in the audience at the Bikini Bottom Air Show.
In " Pineapple Invasion," he is seen in admiring Mr. Stinky but leaves the Krusty Krab because of the stink.
In " Salsa Imbecilicus," he becomes as dumb as Patrick due too Plankton's sauce.
In " Goodbye, Krabby Patty?," he works as a cashier paying the customers who are buying Frozen Krabby Patties.
In " Burst Your Bubble," he is seen wanting a Bubble boat.
In " Plankton Retires," he is seen eating at the Krusty Krab.
In " Trident Trouble," he is seen at the Krusty Krab.
In " The Incredible Shrinking Sponge," he is seen at the Krusty Krab.
In " Sportz?," he is watching SpongeBob and Patrick (later Sandy and Squidward) play sports.
In " Out of the Picture," he asks Squidward for some ketchup.
In " Feral Friends," he makes a conversation with a Highway Speed Patrol officer.
In " Cave Dwelling Sponge," he along with other customers at the Krusty Krab complain to Squidward about the Krabby Patties and throw Squidward in the kitchen.
In " The Clam Whisperer," he is seen at the Krusty Krab.
In " Larry the Floor Manager," he is seen at the Krusty Krab and later he teams up with SpongeBob to take back the Krusty Krab.
In " No Pictures Please," he is seen as part of the angry mob.
In " Krabby Patty Creature Feature," he is seen at the Krusty Krab.
In " Sanitation Insanity," he is seen dumping his garbage.
In " Squid Noir," he makes a cameo at the Krusty Krab.
In " Cuddle E. Hugs," he eats a ball of a mouldy Patty to see Cuddle E. Hugs and gets eaten by him, but reality he is have an hallucination. The next morning he and the other customers leave in anger and disgust.
In " Chatterbox Gary," he is seen walking his worm only for his worm to go and beat up Squidward.
In " Drive Happy," he is seen driving.
In " High Sea Diving," he is seen watching SpongeBob attempt to reach the surface.
In " My Leg!," he is shown to be one of Fred's co-workers.
In " Ink Lemonade," he is shown to purchasing the Black lemonade only to learn of its source and he along with the other Bikini Bottomites throw up in Squidward Tentacles' house.
In " ChefBob," he watches ChefBob perform.
In " Surf N' Turf," he is seen at ship-in a bottle contest.
In " Goons on the Moon," he makes a cameo wearing a hat.
In " Appointment TV," he is seen at the Krusty Krab.
In " Karen's Virus," he is seen at the Krusty Krab.
In " The Grill is Gone," briefly shown at the bottom of a pile of cars.
In " Bubbletown," he is seen in line at Krusty Krab.
In " The Ballad of Filthy Muck," he is seen reading a newspaper when SpongeBob tells him about Filthy Muck.
In " Gary's Got Legs," he is seen at the Krusty Krab.
In " Stormy Weather," he tells Gale Doppler that he is wrong.
In " The Krusty Bucket," while eating a Krabby Patty he notes that it tastes even better than usual.
In " Sandy's Nutty Nieces," he makes a cameo at Goo Lagoon.
In " Insecurity Guards," he visits the Bikini Bottom Museum of Everything.
In " Broken Alarm," he is seen at the Krusty Krab.
In " Senior Discount," he is seen at the Krusty Krab.
In " SpongeBob's Big Birthday Blowout," he is seen at SpongeBob's party.
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His design is similar to Norton, except that his dorsal fin is smoother and he is colored differently.
He was incorrectly labeled as Incidental 14 in the storyboard for " Mind the Gap."
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