FANDOM


m (Removed protection from "Judge Stickleback")
(Adding categories)
 
(47 intermediate revisions by 22 users not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
#REDIRECT [[List_of_characters/Background#Judge_Stickleback]]
+
{{CTab}}
[[Category:Characters]]
+
{{Character
  +
|name = Judge Stickleback
  +
|image = Krabs vs. Plankton 083.png
  +
|occupation(s) = Judge
  +
|education = Law school
  +
|gender = Female
  +
|color = Light turquoise
  +
|eye-color = Black
  +
|species = {{W|Stickleback}} fish
  +
|appearance = "[[Krabs vs. Plankton]]"
  +
|portrayer = [[Jill Talley]]
  +
}}
  +
'''Judge Stickleback''' is a middle-aged judge who appears in the episode "[[Krabs vs. Plankton]]."
  +
  +
==Description==
  +
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.
  +
  +
==Role in series==
  +
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 was not a wet floor sign. When Mr. Krabs is declared "not guilty," she closes the case.
  +
[[Category:Judges]]
  +
[[Category:Fish]]
  +
[[Category:Background characters]]
  +
[[Category:Elders]]
  +
[[Category:Characters portrayed by Jill Talley]]

Latest revision as of 17:06, August 29, 2020

Character

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.

Role in seriesEdit

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 was not a wet floor sign. When Mr. Krabs is declared "not guilty," she closes the case.
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.