Once Fred's leg heals up, SpongeBob is determined to keep it out of harm's way.
My Leg! contains examples of:
- Banana Peel: One of the things SpongeBob protects Fred's legs from.
- Brawn Hilda: Nurse Bazooka, who is a hulking, muscular woman with a voice deeper than most of the other male characters. Fred loves her all the same, though.
- A Day in the Limelight: The entire episode focuses on Fred, the guy behind the series' "My leg!" Running Gag.
- Continuity Nod: The first scene of the episode has SpongeBob and Mrs. Puff backing up into a lighthouse during SpongeBob's driving tests, showing Fred's leg being crushed by the lighthouse when it falls over. "Boating School" was the introduction of "My leg!"
- No OSHA Compliance: Fred works at a sawmill, and actually pushes logs right into the saws with his legs.SpongeBob: This is his job?!
- Ow, My Body Part!: My leg!
- Railroad Tracks of Doom: Fred tries to get his leg run over by a train.
- Suddenly SHOUTING!: Fred's "My leg!" scream is taken Up to Eleven. Everyone screams whenever say some variation of it ("MY LEG!", "HIS LEG!", etc.)
- The Bus Came Back: The Alaskan Bull Worm makes a brief appearance.
- Your Television Hates You: When Fred turns on the TV, he somehow sees one of his legs.Fred: My LEG?!
Patrick's lemonade stand is unsuccessful until he gets a secret ingredient from Squidward.
Ink Lemonade contains examples of:
- Body Horror: In order to scare more ink out of Squidward, Patrick rips open his chest and belly to expose his internal organs. Then his intestines start talkingPatrick's intestines: May I borrow a cup of squid squeezings?
- Does This Remind You of Anything?: Squidward squirting ink out of his nose is quite similar to a nosebleed. After the first time, he even has tissues shoved up his nose.