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Krusty Towers/Mrs. Puff, You're Fired 

Mr. Krabs turns the Krusty Krab into a hotel; SpongeBob's record of failed boating tests caused Mrs. Puff to lose her job.

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Episode credited cast:
Mr. Fitz / Student Fish #2 (voice)
Mr. Krabs (voice)
Patrick Star (voice)
SpongeBob SquarePants / Customer / Narrator / Student Fish #1 (voice)
Nurse (voice)


Krusty Towers: In another attempt to make more money, Mr. Krabs decides to turn the Krusty Krabs into Krusty Towers, an upscale hotel where the customer is king. This includes even the most obnoxious and demanding customers; whatever they request, The Krusty Krabs/ Krusty Towers crew must obey. This of course pushes Squidward to the point of quitting. But Mr. Krabs hasn't seen the last of his disgruntled employee. Squidward returns as a guest, and makes a series of outrageous requests that now Mr. Krabs must obey. Mrs. Puff, You're Fired: Word of SpongeBob's record of failed boating tests has traveled to the top of the boating school industry. With such a huge blight on Mrs. Puff's teaching record, she is fired from her post. SpongeBob learns the reason for his teacher's dismissal. So he tries to convince the powers that be Mrs. Puff is not to blame-SpongeBob is just naturally a terrible driver. Written by NAS

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1 April 2006 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The Krusty Towers allegedly has seventeen floors, but from outside, it is only twelve floors. See more »


Mrs. Puff: That's impossible. In all my years of teaching, only one student has ever failed my class.
Mr. Fitz: Yes, but he's failed it one million, fifty-six thousand, fifty-seven times.
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Spoofs Fawlty Towers (1975) See more »


Wooden Bear
Music by Gerhard Narholz (as Tony Tape), Florian Voelxen, and Gil Flat
[Plays in "Krusty Towers".]
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18 January 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Krusty Towers-Mr. Krabs has apparently just came from a vacation at a hotel that's motto is "we shall never deny a guest, even the most ridiculous request." (With that in mind, you can easily tell what kinda things Mr. Krabs was doing). Everything was going great, until he got the bill. (Did he really think they weren't going to charge him?)Mr. Krabs is at first distraught that he has to pay all that money, but takes to his advantage: the money is in the hotels, so he remodels the Krusty Krab into a hotel. Mr. Krabs pretty much drives everyone away except for Patrick when he tells them they just can't buy food, but they have to rent a room. Squidward is the one that has to deal with Patrick's bizarre needs and wants, which makes him very angry, so angry that Mr. Krabs begins to regret his business decision: Squidward takes some time off from his job to rent a room in the hotel, and all his requests are basically made to manipulate Mr. Krabs. This episode is very funny. The best parts are what Patrick wants done and I like the scene where SpongeBob and Mr. Krabs try to arrange Squidward's mom to make cookies. 8/10 Mrs. Puff, You're Fired-The rules make it very clear:SpongeBob has failed way too many times at boating school, and, if he fails again, Mrs. Puff will be fired and replaced. Guess what? SpongeBob fails his driving test yet again, and Mrs. Puff is fired, much to her happiness. But the students aren't having as much fun as Mrs. Puff is:A very strict boating school teacher is her replacement and SpongeBob is the only person who isn't afraid of him. SpongeBob slowly succeeds with the new projects, but while wearing a blindfold. It's against the law to drive with a blindfold on, so, ironically, SpongeBob causes danger to all of Bikinni Bottom while looking at the street with his normal eyes. This episode was good, too. It's not exactly hilarious, but there are some funny moments like the fact that SpongeBob can only drive with a blindfold on. 7.5/10

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