Wet Painters: SpongeBob and Patrick are wreaking havoc on the Krusty Krab, so Mr. Krabs decides to give them a little busy work. He tells them to paint his living room, and gives them permanent paint. Very permanent. So permanent that he threatens to hang their butts over his mantle if they get it on anything. They manage to paint the entire room, covered in knick-knacks, without a drop anywhere...until they see a tiny, microscopic speck on Mr. Krabs' framed and prized first dollar! Their efforts to remove the paint only wreck precious dollar all the more. When Mr. Krabs comes home and finds it, he laughs; telling them the paint comes off with saliva. He licks the dollar and it's good as new. He laughs so hard at their fear of his wrath that he spits all over the room, and the paint drips off of all the walls. Krusty Krab Training Video: The excitement! You are now a member of the official Krusty Krab crew! In this informative episode, you will learn all of the attributes necessary to... Written by
Did You Know?
In TV airings in 2002 (during split-screen airings) to 2006 (the year that got fixed), the Klasky-Csupo "Robot" logo from Nickelodeon's animated series Rugrats
(1990), The Wild Thornberrys
(1998), Rocket Power
(1999), As Told by Ginger
(2000) and All Grown Up!
(2003) was used instead of the United Plankton Pictures logo. The reason the wrong logo was inserted is that the show's closing credits were electronically inserted alongside promos from other Nickelodeon programming and the show's closing logos. For example, in February 2003, it had the Helga G: Miss Pataki music video from Hey Arnold!
(1996). Usually, the United Plankton Pictures logo was the first to begin with this episode, with seagulls and crashing waves throughout the Nickelodeon logo, but for the Klasky-Csupo error, it used the Kids Laughing audio. From 2006-present, it now uses the United Plankton Pictures logo; the vanity card of SpongeBob SquarePants
(1999). See more
Mr. Krabs keeps his first dollar on a wall in his house in "Wet Painters" (which is vitally important to the plot). However, in the episode "My Pretty Seahorse" (produced earlier but aired later), Krabs claims he spent his first dollar on a soda. See more
Patrick, go be stupid somewhere else!
Uh-uh-uh, Squidward! Remember what Mr. Krabs says:
[cardboard cutout of Krabs accompanied by a dialogue bubble
The money is always right!
The ceiling is right, Squidward. You're not a very good employee.
The credits appear on a black background. See more
Music by Gerhard Trede See more