Encyclopedia SpongeBobia
Encyclopedia SpongeBobia

The Krabby O'Monday's was a fast food restaurant once owned by the Blandy Franchising Company in the episode "Selling Out" and the arcade game Nicktoons Challenge!

Carl, who worked for Blandy, became the manager. It was discontinued because Howard Blandy and Mr. Krabs called a truce. This restaurant was remodeled after Mr. Krabs sold his preceding restaurant, the Krusty Krab.


The franchise converted the old-fashioned Krusty Krab into a modern-looking factory. Automatic registers were used to handle money and were un-manned. There was a very large TV with a sports channel.

In the kitchen laid a conveyor belt used to disguise gray, sloppy material as food.

Another room was built as an office for Human Resources.


Employee Position
Howard Blandy and his associates Founders, proprietors
Carl Manager, supervisor
SpongeBob SquarePants Fry cook
Squidward Tentacles Waiter
Eugene H. Krabs Busboy
HR thug Human Resources


The establishment seemed to express a "sincere" atmosphere to its customers but was revealed to be a very strict business. Employees would be forced to act friendly or else they would face Human Resources, which has a tough enforcer.


  • "Sincere Service with a Smile!"

Role in episode

When Mr. Krabs retires, Howard Blandy takes over the restaurant. After Mr. Krabs sees how much he had changed the restaurant, Squidward being forced to be friendly, Synthetic Krabby Patties being made by machines instead of by hand, and an automated cash register, he destroys the restaurant equipment in a fit of rage, and Carl calls Howard Blandy and tells him "Mr. Blandy, Code red, free thinker" indicating that the company has never had a client with a free thought.

They make a truce and the customers flee the restaurant after they discover that the patties are made by a substance made out of gray sludge that was painted and shaped to look like Krabby Patties.

Role in Nicktoons Challenge!

It is one of the areas in the SpongeBob level.


  • The name is an obvious parody of TGI Fridays. The employees all wear colorful lapel buttons on their vests and the restaurant also has red-and-white pinstripe tables, which used to be a trademark of the latter restaurant.
  • The human resource room should be a fish resource room because most of the Bikini Bottom residents are fish.