The Krusty Slammer is a prison-themed version of the Krusty Krab restaurant. It appears in the episode of the same name.
It is a modified version of the Krusty Krab that has walls surrounding the restaurant and the windows are barricaded. There is a light on top of one of the walls, and the sign is covered in chains.
Role in series
It was made by Mr. Krabs when Bikini Bottom Jail was full, and was convinced to do so because Incidental 118D was talking about how if someone opened up an alternate jail, she would give a load of money. The first prisoner at the Krusty Krab was Plankton, but was put inside SpongeBob for trying to escape. Eventually more prisoners came and Incidental 118D gave Mr. Krabs more money for them. As a result, Mr. Krabs tasked SpongeBob to make the Krusty Krab look more like a prison, so he put cells in the place. SpongeBob gave mail to the prisoners, which there was a lot of, and Mr. Krabs gave Plankton many punishments. However, Incidental 118D came back, saying that Plankton's sentence was up, and then Plankton gets away, telling Mr. Krabs that he hopes the Krusty Slammer is worth what he's paying for it.
It went down after Mr. Krabs kicked out all the prisoners, as a result of the customers leaving the restaurant, since the prisoners were throwing tomatoes because Mr. Krabs took away their luxuries. However, they came back because they came to SpongeBob's house overnight and told SpongeBob that they missed him, making SpongeBob put them back in. Mr. Krabs gets mad at SpongeBob for doing this, because he set the prisoners go the previous night. However, Incidental 118D finds out about this and punishes him by caging him in the Chum Bucket.
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