Scallops and clams appear in many episodes of SpongeBob SquarePants. They are depicted as the undersea equivalent of birds and bats.
Scallops and clams are usually light purple, but they can also come in many other different colors.
Role in series
In "Rock-a-Bye Bivalve," SpongeBob and Patrick heard a baby scallop crying and decides to take care of it.
In "Valentine's Day," orange chocolate-eating scallops appear. They attack the hot-air balloon that Sandy brings to Patrick. They manage to puncture holes in the balloon, but Sandy lassoes the scallops and uses them to steer the balloon.
In "FarmerBob", SpongeBob and Patrick are tasked with getting a pearl from an oyster.
In "SpongeBob's Big Birthday Blowout," a single scallop is one of the party guests, later it sings for SpongeBob at the end. The scallop has visible teeth when it sings.
The following episodes and movies have scallops and clams appear as the undersea version of a rooster. Their crowing can often be heard when the scene transfers to morning.
- "Home Sweet Pineapple"
- "Jellyfish Jam"
- "Opposite Day" (crowing twice)
- "I Was a Teenage Gary"
- "Your Shoe's Untied" (first remake)
- "Big Pink Loser"
- "Patty Hype"
- "Squidville" (second remake, crowing two times)
- "As Seen on TV"
- The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie
- "Krabs vs. Plankton"
- "New Digs" (crowing outside)
- "Breath of Fresh Squidward" (second remake)
- "SpongeBob's Last Stand" (coughing)
- "Gramma's Secret Recipe" (second remake)
- "The Abrasive Side"
- "Lost in Bikini Bottom"
- "Snooze You Lose"
- "Pat the Horse"
- "The Krusty Bucket" (third remake)
- The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run