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{{Character
 
|name = Judge Stickleback
 
|name = Judge Stickleback
|image = StickleBackHead.jpg
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|image = Krabs vs. Plankton 083.png
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|occupation(s) = Judge
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|education = Law school
 
|gender = Female
 
|gender = Female
 
|color = Light turquoise
 
|color = Light turquoise
 
|eye-color = Black
 
|eye-color = Black
|species = Fish
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|species = {{W|Stickleback}} fish
|occupation(s) = Judge
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|appearance = "[[Krabs vs. Plankton]]"
|latest-appearance = "[[Krabs vs. Plankton]]"
 
|first-appearance = "[[Krabs vs. Plankton]]"
 
 
|portrayer = [[Jill Talley]]
 
|portrayer = [[Jill Talley]]
|education = Law school
 
 
}}
 
}}
'''Judge Stickleback''' is a middle-aged judge who only appears in the episode "[[Krabs vs. Plankton]]." She is a fair Judge that is shown to get sort of emotional, but only when [[Sheldon J. Plankton|Plankton]] told his story about his Gram-Gram, which was probably a Trick to get the Jury on his side. She sat at a wooden Judge desk, and she asked Plankton and [[Eugene H. Krabs|Mr. Krabs]] questions about the case of Plankton falling because there wasn't  a wet floor sign.
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'''Judge Stickleback''' is a middle-aged judge who appears in the episode "[[Krabs vs. Plankton]]."
   
==Appearance==
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==Description==
Though her body is not shown, Judge Stickleback is a light turquoise fish that appears to have grayish-violet hair that is not very long. She is seen wearing glasses and a black robe.
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Judge Stickleback is a light turquoise {{W|stickleback}} fish with light pink lips. She has light grayish-violet hair, small bead-shaped eyes, and a few wrinkles on her face. She wears glasses and a black robe. Her body is not shown.
   
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==History==
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She is a fair judge who rarely gets emotional. She shows some compassion for {{Link|Plankton}} when he tells a false story about his Gram-Gram, which is a trick to get the jury on his side. She sits at a wooden judge desk and asks Plankton and {{Link|Mr. Krabs}} questions about the case of Plankton falling because there wasn't a wet floor sign. When Mr. Krabs is declared "not guilty," she closes the case.
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==Trivia==
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*It is possible that Judge Stickleback may be a spoof of both Judy Sheindlin, star of the longest-running court series ''{{W|Judge Judy}}'', because of her looking middle age, and Marilyn Milian, who has been the judge on ''{{W|The People's Court}}'' since {{Time|2001}}, and is the first Latina judge to preside over a court show.
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==Gallery==
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[[Category:Judges]]
 
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[[Category:Characters with one appearance]]
 
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Latest revision as of 00:51, July 24, 2019

Judge Stickleback is a middle-aged judge who appears in the episode "Krabs vs. Plankton."

DescriptionEdit

Judge Stickleback is a light turquoise stickleback fish with light pink lips. She has light grayish-violet hair, small bead-shaped eyes, and a few wrinkles on her face. She wears glasses and a black robe. Her body is not shown.

HistoryEdit

She is a fair judge who rarely gets emotional. She shows some compassion for Plankton when he tells a false story about his Gram-Gram, which is a trick to get the jury on his side. She sits at a wooden judge desk and asks Plankton and Mr. Krabs questions about the case of Plankton falling because there wasn't a wet floor sign. When Mr. Krabs is declared "not guilty," she closes the case.

TriviaEdit

  • It is possible that Judge Stickleback may be a spoof of both Judy Sheindlin, star of the longest-running court series Judge Judy, because of her looking middle age, and Marilyn Milian, who has been the judge on The People's Court since 2001, and is the first Latina judge to preside over a court show.

GalleryEdit

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