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Not to be confused with Incidental 82.
They're selling chocolate!
 
— Incidental 87, "Chocolate with Nuts"
Character

Incidental 87[1], also known as Old Lady, is an elderly woman who first appears in the episode "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy." She is likely classified as an "elderly" type incidental.

Names

Description

She is a beige-colored elderly fish with puffy gray hair. She wears a light pink dress and has dark purple curled slippers. She has big cheeks and three freckles on her chin. She also wears glasses with blue lenses. In her older appearances, she did not wear her glasses. In her even older appearances she was colored peach, her hair was yellow, her dress was light purple, and her shoes were light gray.

Old Lady

She is a blocky looking 3D video game model of Incidental 87's old colors variant, although she has her normal gray colored hair. She also carries a straight dark brown cane.

Role in series

Incidental 87 with her ancient mother.

Incidental 87 has not made too many appearances throughout the series due to most elderly incidentals normally being portrayed as a resident of Shady Shoals Rest Home. Though she has made a decent amount of notable and speaking roles. She makes her biggest role yet in "Chocolate with Nuts." She is also known to have an ancient mother that has made three appearances in the series so far. She has been portrayed to be the mother of Incidental 87 in all of her appearances.

Major roles

"Chocolate with Nuts"

Her biggest role yet. SpongeBob and Patrick arrive at her house selling chocolate bars. She calls her mother over and tells her that SpongeBob and Patrick are selling chocolate. Patrick tells the two that they can live forever if they rub the chocolate on their skin. She desperately tries to turn them down but unfortunately for her, her mother decides to buy one. She then tells SpongeBob and Patrick that she hates them and slams the door in their face. She and her mother are then on a "date" with SpongeBob and Patrick at Fancy! at the end of the episode.

"Plankton's Army"

She and Old Man Walker were featured in a deleted scene in the episode where Plankton's cousins attack them at the Krusty Krab.

"SquidBob TentaclePants"

She literally becomes sick from hearing Squidward's performance.

"Mrs. Puff, You're Fired"

She appears as a cardboard cutout in Sergeant Roderick's driving course.

"Whale of a Birthday"

She checks out the lipstick that Pearl was trying on until SpongeBob appears from the other side of the mirror and swipes it from her.

"Money Talks"

She is seen eating with Old Man Walker at the Krusty Krab. Mr. Krabs kicks her and Old Man Walker out due to Incidental BM50 wanting their table right away. She later appears at the Krusty Krab again with him while Mr. Krabs walks in the Krusty Krab kissing his money. She asks Old Man Walker why he never kisses her like that and he tells her not to start it.

"Goo Goo Gas"

She appears as one of the elders whacking Plankton while he is trapped in a net.

"20,000 Patties Under the Sea"

She gets upset at Plankton for calling her grandson fat. Plankton then tells her that someone should toss him in the box and go down the river. She then sadly tells him that he is right. She then tosses rocks at Plankton's submarine and later burnt Krabby Patties.

"The Two Faces of Squidward"

She appears on a wheelchair but she gains her ability to walk when she sees handsome Squidward and tries to go after him.

"The Krabby Kronicle"

She appears in the Bottomfeeder being attacked by Fishboy.

"SpongeBob's Last Stand"

She is one of the elders featured in the Shelly Superhighway parade.

"The Cent of Money"

Mr. Krabs eyes her bucket of coins at the Fun Arcade.

"The Curse of the Hex"

A twister lifts her and her umbrella and sends her spinning away inside it.

"Sponge-Cano!"

Squidward tells her that her chattering teeth annoy him. She later reminds Squidward about insulting her teeth chattering and Incidental 2's hat earlier when the citizens of Bikini Bottom head to the volcano to toss Squidward inside.

"Glove World R.I.P."

She loses her hair from a Glove World! ride when SpongeBob makes the ride go faster.

"Super Evil Aquatic Villain Team Up is Go!"

She is seen dancing with Old Man Walker at the Ladies' Choice dance and is later seen dancing with Ernesto Blindfish until she leaves him to go dance with SpongeBob.

"The Good Krabby Name"

She is part of the 2% of the Bikini Bottom population that has never eaten at the Krusty Krab where Mr. Krabs takes a photo of her at the beginning of the episode. She later appears at the Krusty Krab and notices that Mr. Krabs has taken a photo of her from earlier.

"Hello Bikini Bottom!"

She appears at the supermarket with Incidental 92 where they move their shopping carts to the tune of SpongeBob and Squidward’s performance.

"Plankton's Pet"

She, Incidental 46, and Incidental 104 angrily beat up Mr. Krabs when they see him kick away Plankton in his baby suit.

"Sanctuary!"

She is seen as one of the impatient customers forming a line at the Krusty Krab.

"Mall Girl Pearl"

She is seen at the Bikini Bottom Mall sitting at a table with Incidental 92 and Incidental 93.

"Old Man Patrick"

She is seen knitting with Patrick and Clarabelle.

"Call the Cops"

She is one of the elderly fish in the Bikini Bottom Police Department evidence room.

"Biddy Sitting"

She has SpongeBob and Patrick look after her mother while she has some time to herself.

"Say Awww!"

She and Incidental 6 turn to Plankton together when they see him run out of the Krusty Krab. Later in the episode, she and Incidental 82 get eaten by Q.T.-π while the customers try to escape the Krusty Krab.

Major roles in The Patrick Star Show

"Gas Station Vacation"

She is seen during Rube Goldfish's commercial where she slaps him in the face with a towel after he puts a towel on her.

"Terror at 20,000 Leagues"

She appears as a zombie at Famous Zed's Brain Buffet.

Major roles in games

Bikini Bottom Mysteries Search

Her old design variant appears as a suspect in the game.

References

  1. ^ Incidental model sheet 3
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