- SpongeBob SquarePants
- Patrick Star
- Sandy Cheeks
- Narlene (debut)
- Nobby (debut)
- Eugene H. Krabs
- Squidward Tentacles
- French Narrator
- Sea mule (debut)
The episode starts with SpongeBob stacking the last pinecone on his pile of pinecones. Patrick barges in from the bottom of the pile saying that his candy is gone. SpongeBob says he could have some of his stash. When he looks inside his mustache, he finds out that his candy is gone too. They both go outside saying that their candy is gone, while other campers, including Sandy, come to them telling that their candy is gone too. Sandy says that their candy must have been stolen by candy rustlers, because of the trail of wrappers on the ground. She suggests that a creature in the woods has a "sweet tooth." So they decide to add a trap, so SpongeBob volunteers to be bait, by being in a candy disguise to attract the monster.
When night falls, everyone falls asleep, while SpongeBob feels something biting him. When they turn on the trap and their flashlight, a small shabby narwhal is revealed to have been biting SpongeBob. After he bites himself out of the trap, they ask if he ate all the candy, but he speaks gibberish. All the campers disappear, leaving the narwhal and SpongeBob left. When the monster grabs the little narwhal, it is revealed to have pink hands. They are revealed to be in a small room, with the small narwhal playing with cars, so Patrick wanted to "pump his stomach." Then we hear a voice saying to stay away or feel the wrath of "de-feet." Out of the shadow, another narwhal appears, revealed to be Narlene, with the little narwhal's name being Nobby. Nobby digs a hole with his tusk and comes out another. SpongeBob and Patrick applaud, but Sandy seems suspicious. She says it is nice to know that they are not hungry monsters, and only borrowed their candy to make a new batch of Sugar Squeeze.
The process of making Sugar Squeeze is shown. A sack of candy is poured into the machine, and a lever is pulled and a wheel is turned. Steam comes out, a boot crushes the candy, the candy bits fall into some tubes, and a single drop of yellow liquid into a jug of water makes Sugar Squeeze. When it is ready, Patrick takes a drop, and his tongue turns yellow. Narlene asks him how it tastes and Patrick's tongue comes to life, as he says that it was great. Narlene gives everyone Sugar Squeeze from what looks like a fire extinguisher. Sandy starts to like Narlene, as Narlene compliments Sandy's tail. After celebrating Narlene and her Sugar Squeeze, she introduces the campers to her kin-folk. The Sugar Squeeze results in the campers all turning yellow and hyperactively running and jumping around the cabin. With the campers on a wagon, still hyperactive, they reach Kamp Koral. Each of the kids gets off the wagon each with their own surplus. SpongeBob thanks Narlene with their surplus and cannot wait to share it with the rest of the camp. She blesses SpongeBob's cute little holes and leaves. SpongeBob asks if they will have fun soon, and Narlene says it will be sooner than he thinks.
While Mr. Krabs is listening to an automated voice saying "money" to go to sleep, three kids start running around his hammock hyperactively, and yellow, so he looks outside to see this, and asks one of the kids if they have been eating fireflies. He marches outside and tries to stop the campers from running and going back to their cabins. He tries pushing many students in a single cabin, but their energy got past him, and they started taking the mattresses out of the cabins and jumping on them. Mr. Krabs worries about what will the parents say when they find their kids like this. Some "stranger" appears and tells him that the campers got their hands on Sugar Squeeze. Mr. Krabs comments that its "kidnip," to which the stranger says that she could sell the cure. When she pulls a lever, a machine under a tarp is unveiled, which Mr. Krabs is very happy for.
Narlene calls all the campers and unveils the machine that is called Thunder Squeeze, which looks like a hamster ball which has to be turned. She calls for a volunteer, and chooses Nobby. She demonstrates how Thunder Squeeze works. Someone goes inside the ball, and the lever is turned until the Sugar Squeeze is out of them, and they come out and sleep. When Nobby is finished, he says that he needs a nap, but in a British accent. Some of the kids want to go on, but Mr. Krabs asks how much it will to cost him, but Narlene tells him that she will trade for it. She takes some stuff from the campers, and Mr. Krabs' belt, and they make a deal. Mr. Krabs puts some kids into the machine and starts shaking it, and a couple seconds later, the Sugar Squeeze comes out and the kids get out and fall asleep. When they finish, Mr. Krabs falls to sleep from exhaustion. and the "stranger" gets the Sugar Squeeze while Nobby sits on the mule. She takes off the mustache and reveals herself to be Narlene. She takes a sip of the Sugar Squeeze, and sits some out, making fireworks. The fireworks are of herself, Nobby, SpongeBob, Patrick and Sandy. While more continue, SpongeBob and Patrick comment that Narlene is cool and funny, as they both go back to sleep. A mule is seen whinnying as the episode ends.
|( ‣ ) Production music|
|( • ) Original music|
|( ◦ ) SpongeBob music|
‣ Childs's Play - Tommy Reilly, James Moody [Title Card]
‣ Squeaks and Creeks - Remastered - Tommy Reilly ["My stash is empty too!"]
‣ Secret Sleuth - Richard Myhill [Candy wrapper trail]
‣ Marvellous [#86.3] - Eric Gemsa [ "I'm sweet."]
‣ Tiki March - Lionel Wendling [SpongeBob disguised as a candy wrapper]
‣ Aquarium - Eric Gemsa, Bernard Raubad [Everyone's asleep.]
‣ Dramatic Chords and Bridges 2 - Sten Clift [Everyone wakes up.]
• Skipping to Hillbilly School - Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield [Nobby is revealed.]
‣ Six Powerful Cues (B) - Wilfred Burns
‣ Murder Plot - Patrick Thomas Hawes [Shadow creature appears]
‣ ? ["That's the kid that ate our candy!"]
‣ Battle March Link (1) - Keith Mansfield ["Let's pump his stomach"]
‣ Murder Plot - Patrick Thomas Hawes ["Stay away from him!"]
• Bikini Bottom Hillbillies - Nicolas Carr [Narlene revealed.]
‣ Persuasion - Johnny Hawksworth [Sandy speaking to Narlene Narwhal]
• Narlene's Machine - Ego Plum [Narlene makes "Sugar Squeeze"]
• Hillbilly Hoot - Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield
‣ Fusee Dans Le Ciel - Jean-Jacques Perrey, Ego Plum
• Bikini Bottom Hillbillies - Nicolas Carr
‣ ? ["Ya know something, Narlene.."]
‣ Roundabout Romance - Tommy Reilly, James Moody
• Hillbilly Chase - Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield
• Blue Acres 2 - Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield
• ? ["Share?"]
‣ Hawaiian Link (B) - Richard Myhill [SpongeBob blushes]
• Blue Acres 2 - Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton, Jeremy Wakefield
‣ Crazy Capers - Norman Dane [All the campers are hyper on sugar.]
‣ Sugarcane - Remastered - Tommy Reilly [Disguised Narlene Narwhal]
‣ Spinning Jenny - Remastered - Tommy Reilly [Narlene sells Thunder Squeeze]
‣ Madder Than Mad - Jean-Jacques Perrey [Nobby volunteers]
‣ Superquick B - Daniel Jean Gustave Jeannin [Narlene demonstrates Thunder Squeeze]
‣ Grace and Favours [#138] - Richard Myhill [Nobby Speaks.]
‣ Happy Woodcutter - Pierre Gido ["That looks like fun!"]
• Tension Bit - Nicolas Carr ["Wait a minute... how much is this gonna cost me?"]
‣ Sugarcane - Remastered - Tommy Reilly [Narlene offers to trade goods.]
‣ Watch Out! (a) - Dick Walter [Mr. Krabs continues using the Thunder Squeeze]
• Bikini Bottom Hillbillies - Nicolas Carr [Nobby & Narlene leave.]
• Lap Steel - Nicolas Carr [SpongeBob & Patrick watch the fireworks.]
- This episode is available on the Kamp Koral Season 1, Volume 1 DVD.
- This is the first Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years episode to premiere on Nickelodeon, despite being the second episode.
- On TV listings and Paramount+, this episode is listed as "Sugar-Squeeze!," which adds an exclamation mark to the title.
- This and its sister episode preceded the series premiere of the Nickelodeon puppet series, The Barbarian and the Troll.
- This is the first Kamp Koral: SpongeBob's Under Years episode to have a time card.