King Neptune's trident is a trident that appears in the episodes "Neptune's Spatula" and "Trident Trouble" as well as in The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie. It is owned by King Neptune and is a major plot point in the episode "Trident Trouble."
It has a switch that can be turned on to make the trident larger and more powerful. It also has a personality of its own, as it can be angered.
Role in series
King Neptune holds the trident throughout the scene at the Fry Cook Museum.
While King Neptune is being mind-controlled, he uses it to try and fry Mr. Krabs and SpongeBob in the final level.
Near the end of the film, upon discovering that Krabs was innocent all along, Neptune apologizes and unfreezes him.
SpongeBob accidentally picks up King Neptune's trident and takes it to the Krusty Krab. He accidentally makes dancing Krabby Patties and the customers love it, so Mr. Krabs tells him to make more. SpongeBob angers the trident while trying to make more of the dancing Krabby Patties, so it causes trouble instead of good.
Later, SpongeBob turns on the switch and the trident becomes larger and powerful. SpongeBob says he is going to help the people of Bikini Bottom with it, but he only causes trouble and chaos for them.
King Neptune later regains possession of the trident.
- In The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie, King Neptune's trident is accidentally set to "Real Boy Ending," which is a reference to Disney's Pinocchio.