Mr. Krabs and Pearl have a really good relationship since they are both father and daughter, but they do not technically get along really well. Mostly, because of Mr. Krabs' cheap nature. Even well into her teenage years, Pearl continues to call him "Daddy" instead of just "Dad," showing her affection for her father.
Times of mutuality
- "Squeaky Boots:" She thanks her dad for buying her the pair of flipper slippers she wanted while they go on vacation.
- "Mid-Life Crustacean:" Pearl makes Mr. Krabs breakfast at the beginning and gives him his medication.
- "Growth Spout:" Mr. Krabs shows he cares about Pearl by going out of his way to gather food to feed her during her growth spurt.
Times of conflict
- "Squeaky Boots:" Pearl is unhappy that her dad got her a pair of rubber boots for her birthday instead of the flipper flippers that all her friends have.
- "Scaredy Pants:" Mr. Krabs embarrasses Pearl at the Halloween party by choking on a bobbed apple.
- "Hooky:" Pearl is unpleased by Mr. Krabs serving free water to her and her friends, expecting something more exciting but being ripped off by his cheapness.
- "Mid-Life Crustacean:" Pearl singles Mr. Krabs out for ruining the word "coral."
- "Whale of a Birthday:" It is revealed that Mr. Krabs has ruined her birthday parties due to his cheapness, and has ruined her 16th one until SpongeBob arrives with a truck full of presents and Boys Who Cry come to perform.
- "The Slumber Party:" Pearl is frustrated at Mr. Krabs' lack of trust of her to have a slumber party with her friends, and the latter has SpongeBob spy on her and her friends.
- "Tentacle-Vision:" Pearl steals Mr. Krabs' money without his permission.
- "Mr. Krabs Takes a Vacation:" Pearl steals her father's money to spend on new shoes and constantly interrupts his road trip to go to the Teenage Boy Museum.
- "Safe Deposit Krabs:" Pearl does not seem to care that Mr. Krabs has gone missing.
- "Goodbye, Krabby Patty?:" Pearl gets angry over Mr. Krabs' "babying" her during the Frozen Krabby Patty commercial.
- "Whale Watching:" Mr. Krabs prevents Pearl from sneaking out and going to the teen party, but she does so anyway.
- "Plankton Paranoia:" Due to his mentally insane behavior, Mr. Krabs comes to the conclusion that Pearl is secretly working for Plankton. In the end, it turns out that she, along with and the rest of the gang, was planning a surprise party for him. Mr. Krabs feels remorseful for his actions and apologizes to his friends and his daughter for banning them in the first place.
- "The String:" Mr. Krabs replaces a photograph of Pearl with his dollar bill.