"Born Again Krabs": Mr. Krabs refuses to let SpongeBob throw away a moldy Krabby Patty that was festering under the grill. He tries to pawn it off on customers to save the fifty-two cents he would have lost if he threw the patty away. No-one will eat it. Finally, to demonstrate it's still good, Mr. Krabs takes a bite...and ends up hospitalized for food poisoning. The Flying Dutchman comes to take his soul, but Mr. Krabs strikes a bargain with him - let him return to life and prove he's not cheap, and if he fails, he will spend eternity in Davey Jones' locker. "I Had an Accident": SpongeBob, while sand sledding, breaks his butt! Paranoid for his own safety he becomes a hermit and cloisters himself in his house. Sandy and Patrick do all they can to try and get him to come out, but to no avail. Finally, Sandy pretends she is being attacked by a gorilla, played by Patrick in a gorilla suit. Written by
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Did You Know?
In the scene where Patrick Star and Sandy Cheeks visit spongebob after he breaks his butt, Patrick and Spongebob have a 42 second conversation. This conversation syncs up perfectly with Jimmy Dimmick's coffee speech in Pulp Fiction
(1994). See more
When the Flying Dutchman takes the change out of his pocket, it appears as both silver and copper coins in close-up, but in later shots the coins are all copper. See more
[Mr. Krabs cries as he mistakenly traded SpongeBob to the Flying Dutchman
The Flying Dutchman
Here, take him back!
You heard what I said about the money?
The Flying Dutchman
Heard what you said? I couldn't hear myself thinking with this one around. I only had him for 30 seconds! And it's jellyfishing this and MermaidMan that! Why, not giving him back is a fate worse than death! He's your problem now!
[disappears laughing furiously
SpongeBob SquarePants Theme Song
Written by Stephen Hillenburg
and Derek Drymon
Composed by Hank Smith Music
Performed by Patrick Pinney See more