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Not to be confused with the customer or Incidental D6.
Chocolate!
 
— Incidental 6, "Chocolate with Nuts"
Character

Incidental 6,[11] also known as Incidental K3[12] Incidental PM4,[13] and Incidental FG2, is a fish who first appears in the episode "Ripped Pants." He is classified as a "in between" type incidental.

Names

Description

He is a olive-green fish who wears a purple shirt with light-blue shorts and has a solid body. He also has greenish-yellow fins and legs. His eyes are quite big and the pupil is small, but the surrounding area of the eye is lime green in earlier seasons and beige in later ones, light tan lips, and thin black feet to which he refers as "fins" in "Your Shoe's Untied".

Incidental K3

He is a olive-green kid fish with a greenish-yellow dorsal fin. His eyes are much smaller, his arms and legs are olive-green, and his lips are yellow-orange. He wears a purple polo shirt over a white undershirt.

Incidental PM4

He is a patty monster with a pointed head, tan lips, mustard yellow fins, and very slightly slanted eyes.

Incidental FG2

He wears a light gray suit over a lavender dress shirt with a red necktie. He also wears matching pants.

Role in series

Incidental 6 making his most notable appearance in the series as the screaming "chocolate guy."

Incidental 6 is a somewhat commonly used incidental character. He makes many notable roles as well as minor ones, and makes his biggest role yet in "Chocolate with Nuts".

Major roles

"Squeaky Boots"

He arrives at the Krusty Krab after SpongeBob cries about losing his boots. But when Incidental 6 tries to tell Mr. Krabs his order, all Krabs could hear is squeaking noises from the boots coming from his mouth.

"MuscleBob BuffPants"

He is shown as a Juice Bar bartender where he accidently places a cup of juice on one of SpongeBob's anchor arms, making SpongeBob unable to move.

"Fools in April"

He is one of SpongeBob's prank victims; he requests two ice cubes for his drink, but—as a prank—SpongeBob only puts in one. His face is later mistakenly imagined by Squidward alongside other memories that confront him after stating his conscience is clear.

"Hooky"

When Mr. Krabs is freaking out about the hooks, he asks Squidward if he can take his food to go.

"Your Shoe's Untied"

SpongeBob asks him "Could you show me how to tie my shoes?" But he points to his feet and tells SpongeBob that he has "fins."

"Bubble Buddy"

He tells the angry mob that Bubble Buddy burned their crops, poisoned their water supply, and delivered plague unto their houses, but quickly admits that he never did but tells the mob that they should stop him till he does do it.

"Patty Hype"

He and Fred neglect the Krusty Krab and instead go to the Shell Shack. He is also seen in the crowd around the pretty patty stand.

"Graveyard Shift"

When he asks Squidward if the Krusty Krab is open, Squidward tells him to read the close sign and then orders a Krabby Patty Deluxe as well as a double chili kelp fries. Squidward tells him that "No, you won't! I can't hang out here all night! I've got a life." He then replies "Well, fine, if you don't want my money!" Mr. Krabs hear their argument and jumps on the question if they stay open longer they give us their money. To which he replies "Sure!" Mr. Krabs changes the schedule and has the Krusty Krab operate 24 hours a day. He then barges through the door cheering, while trampling Squidward in the process.

"Sailor Mouth"

He tells Incidental 14 that he does not understand why SpongeBob has to work blue because he's talented. Incidental 14 and him go somewhere more family-oriented.

"The Fry Cook Games"

When Pirate 8 was heard walking to the stadium, he and Incidental 115 cover their son's eyes and their son then covers their eyes.

"The Algae's Always Greener"

An alternate universe version of him is seen doing the victory screech after SpongeBob finally manages to clap him in an underwired bra. Krabs relinquishes his stolen patty.

"My Pretty Seahorse"

He complains to Squidward about where Old Man Jenkins is.

"Doing Time"

He opens a window for the seniors at Shady Shoals Rest Home in order for everyone to see their nice white clothes only for fruit punch to pour in.

"No Weenies Allowed"

He lashes out at SpongeBob for accidentally placing his feet in his family's two bowls of potato salad.

“Chocolate with Nuts"

He plays his most prominent role yet in "Chocolate with Nuts," where he exhibits a violent obsession with chocolate and chases after SpongeBob and Patrick in pursuit of it for the majority of the episode. He later catches them near the end of the episode where he reveals he just wanted to purchase all of their chocolate bars all along and gives them a huge pile of cash for them.

"Party Pooper Pants"

He is the last guest to arrive at SpongeBob's house party. He arrives at the door nervously with a bag of chips while SpongeBob glares at him.

"I Had an Accident"

He is shown to have undergone a severe buttock injury that leads him into a state of hospitalization, as the "Iron Butt" is shown treating him.

"The Sponge Who Could Fly"

At first he mocks SpongeBob for trying to learn how to fly. But he is later shown in television with a hairpiece and claims that the flying SpongeBob has found his hairpiece for him.

"Pranks a Lot"

He is driving a bus and sees SpongeBob and Patrick fighting over a can of spray paint called Invisible Spray.

"Fear of a Krabby Patty"

When SpongeBob screams at all the Krabby Patty hallucinations in sight, with Incidental 47 thinking that he did it because his shirt was hideous.

"Krabs vs. Plankton"

He appears as jury summon for the case Plankton's lawsuit against Mr. Krabs. Later, he tells Judge Stickleback that they have reached a verdict of not guilty but still proclaim that Mr. Krabs is cheap

"SquidBob TentaclePants"

He is shown to be attending Squidward's clarinet performance, and Incidental 14 tells him that she is scared of Squidward playing his clarinet.

"Ghost Host"

He appears as a mattress salesman introducing a matress to Incidental 42.

"Wigstruck"

He mocks SpongeBob's wig. Later, he stars in the movie being viewed at the Reef Cinema with Incidental 63 called My Hair Lady.

"Hocus Pocus"

He was seen driving with Incidental 103 crying, "I don't like pistachio!" he replies tersely, "Then why did you ask for it?"

"Driven to Tears"

He faints along with Fred and Incidental 37A when the DMV award giver tells Patrick that all men would want to be him.

"Friend or Foe"

He is shown to be listening to the story of how Plankton and Mr. Krabs transitioned from friends to enemies. He is also shown as Incidental K3 to be arguing with Incidental K4 weather they like or respect Stinky.

"Roller Cowards"

He is seen standing in line for the bathroom right in front of SpongeBob and Patrick, expressing annoyance toward the duo's antics.

"Breath of Fresh Squidward"

He is seen with Incidental 49 and Incidental 153 at the Krusty Krab. When Squidward creepily asks how everything is, he answers with "What do you mean?" in a very skeptical tone.

"The Inmates of Summer"

He is seen as one of the prisoners at Inferno Island.

"Choir Boys"

He is seen as part of the Bikini Bottom Men's Choir.

"Glove World R.I.P."

He is seen on The Glove Boat at Glove World!. He later appears at Hall of Mirrors with Incidental 150 and show disappointment when the mirrors shatter and break.

"Treats!"

He is seen walking out of the Krusty Krab with Incidental 115 but quickly stops to notice SpongeBob yelling at Gary the Snail

"The Good Krabby Name"

He is seen standing next to an annoyed Incidental 106 who claims that if he sees the words "Krusty Krab" again, he is going to scream.

"Tutor Sauce"

He states that his Krabby Patty tastes like sadness.

"The Executive Treatment"

He is one of the executives joining the meeting in conference room 4B with Patrick.

"Mall Girl Pearl"

He is seen working a wig shop and quickly closes his store in fear when he hears Beatrice yell "Granny power!"

"Mimic Madness"

He is seen at the Krusty Krab telling his children to eat their patties. SpongeBob them mimics him which causes him and his children to laugh. He then angrily tells his children to eat their patties causing his kids to eat their patties in fear.

"Burst Your Bubble"

He is seen in Bikini Bottom where he becomes amazed by SpongeBob's bubble boat.

"The Incredible Shrinking Sponge"

He is seen at the Krusty Krab when Mr. Krabs makes SpongeBob a personal hygienist. SpongeBob is seen rubbing his body on Incidental 6's back.

"The Getaway"

He is shown to be working as a chef at a restaurant. SpongeBob and Sticky Fins Whiting run into him causing him to get caught on their windshield.

"Cave Dwelling Sponge"

He is hit by a tire from Incidental 37A's patty.

"Don't Feed the Clowns"

He is seen with Scooter and Incidental 45 wanting a hotdog, but Incidental C1 accidently gets hotdogs in their eyes and mustard in their mouths, causing them to run away. He later appears as a businessman where Incidental C1 makes a red cross mark on his forehead, which causes the Bald bodyguard to escort him out of the building.

"Plankton Paranoia"

Mr. Krabs marks his "banned" stamp on his teeth.

"SpongeBob's Big Birthday Blowout"

He is seen attending SpongeBob's birthday party where he purchases a painting from Squidward to chuck at Incidental 164 for tossing a cupcake at his butt.

"SpongeBob's Bad Habit"

SpongeBob delivers him a Krabby Patty and drink covered in his own nail clippings, much to his disgust.

"The Ghost of Plankton"

He is seen at Plankton's funeral where he rudely laughs after Karen asks anyone if they have something nice to say to Plankton, but he gets shushed by Incidental 4. He later angrily steps on the Flying Dutchman when he possesed Plankton's body thinking that Plankton fakes his death as a joke.

"Patrick's Tantrum"

Mr. Krabs rings a bell near Incidental 6 so he can get him to get a craving for Krabby Patties. Incidental 6 then drools all over the floor and asks for a bucket to catch his saliva in.

"Major roles in games"

"Drawn to Life: SpongeBob SquarePants Edition"

His medieval variant from "Dunces and Dragons" appears as a template for DoodlePants.

References

  1. ^ "The Executive Treatment." SpongeBob SquarePants. Nickelodeon. DATE. Television.
  2. ^ "MuscleBob BuffPants." SpongeBob SquarePants. Nickelodeon. September 25, 1999. Television.
  3. ^ "Choir Boys." SpongeBob SquarePants. Nickelodeon. DATE. Television.
  4. ^ Code Yellow
  5. ^ The Getaway
  6. ^ Wigstruck
  7. ^ "Mall Girl Pearl." SpongeBob SquarePants. Nickelodeon. DATE. Television.
  8. ^ The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run
  9. ^ Friend or Foe
  10. ^ Don't Feed the Clowns
  11. ^ Incidental Model Sheet 1
  12. ^ Friend or Foe storyboard
  13. ^ Krabby Patty Creature Feature storyboard