Krabby Land: It's summer break, and Mr. Krabs wants to squeeze every penny out of the children who are out of school. He take a pile of rusty old junk and concocts a playground of sorts, and promises them that if they pay to play and eat Krabby Patties, Krabby the Klown will appear to entertain them. He leaves SpongeBob in charge while he goes to count all the money. Mayhem ensues. SpongeBob and the kids are told that Krabby the Klown is finally here! They rush inside to find Mr. Krabs doing a quick and lousy clown imitation with a tomato on his nose. The kids revolt and get their money back, and Mr. Krabs is forced to eat a truckload of lima beans as punishment. The Camping Episode: SpongeBob and Patrick decide to go camping...in the back yard. Squidward comes out to tell them to be quiet, but takes their innocent "have fun inside the house" comment as a challenge. He sets up camp, and they end up having fun singing a campfire song. But when Squidward starts playing his clarinet ...
Did You Know?
In Krabbyland, when Mr. Krabs holds up the sign right before unveiling the park, he says "Krabbyland: where a kid can have fun!" If you watch his mouth as he says this, you can clearly see that he is mouthing 'Where a kid can be a kid,' the slogan for Chuck E. Cheese. Whether this overdub was intended as a joke or not is unknown. See more
Normally the school holidays are not dependent on the beginning of summer on the calendar. See more
I call this one The Campfire Song Song.
Lonely Hearts Club (a)
Music by Gerhard Narholz
(as Otto Sieben) and David Bell
[Plays in "The Camping Episode".] See more