It starts off with SpongeBob telling a scary story around the Troop 76 campfire to the fish children about the Mulligor letting out his deadly call and telling the kids that's the last they ever saw of Troop 75. He calls them tor their tents to sleep and Patrick thinks that the Mulligor is in the woods. He says that they aren't real and that it is just a scary story for children. Patrick goes under his rock tent and the rest go to sleep.
Meanwhile, Squidward is relaxing outside at night and he likes that SpongeBob isn't bothering him. He plays a clarinet serenade for the moon, or as he calls it, Lunar Lovely. He plays his clarinet and as expected he plays it horribly and the clarinet makes the Mulligor howl. Squidward thinks the reed is out and he wonder if he has any any spares. The campers and the employees, SpongeBob and Patrick, peek out of their tents before heading out. SpongeBob, Patrick, and the fish children heard the howl. They think it's the Mulligor's howl. He asks if Patrick heard it and he says yes.
Squidward continues to play his clarinet still sounding like the howl. The employees attack him with a net from above and they still think it's the Mulligor. They think it's a real live Mulligor. Squidward shouts at them for catching him with a net. He pops out of the net and the apologize.
Before they even go jelly fishing, Patrick sees a zit on SpongeBob's face. He shows SpongeBob's reflection in a mirror and he sees the zit and is horrified by it.
SpongeBob goes in a sock and laughs out loud in it. Squidward thinks it's the stupidest way to have fun.
Patrick can't wait for the parade. SpongeBob reminds him of it but Patrick forgot his shorts. He comes out of the shower nude and goes to the parade that way.
SpongeBob continues to laugh in the sock. Mr. Krabs sees him and reminds him he has to be at work at three. He still laughs in the sock but at his dead end job.
SpongeBob continues to laugh in the sock. Patrick says hi to him and they laugh in socks.
Educational strip about octopuses.
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