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Recap / Sponge Bob Square Pants S 9 E 26 Mutinyonthe Krusty The Whole Tooth

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Written by Kaz (Mutiny on the Krusty) / Kyle McCulloch (The Whole Tooth)
Storyboard by Fred Osmond (Mutiny on the Krusty) / John Trabbic (The Whole Tooth)
Animation Directors: Tom Yasumi (Muntiny on the Krusty) / Alan Smart (The Whole Tooth)

"Mutiny on the Krusty" contains examples of:

  • Bottle Episode: Most of the episode takes place inside the Krusty Krab.
  • Bring My Brown Pants: Squidward hides himself in a jar of pickles.
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  • Hats Off to the Dead: After Mr. Krabs falls out of the Krusty Krab while inside the rip current, one customer takes off his krabby hatty and holds it to his chest, right before taking a bite out of it.
  • Made of Indestructium: SpongeBob tries to coerce Mr. Krabs into saving his customers from a monster by threatening to destroy his first dime. When Mr. Krabs refuses, SpongeBob attempts to rip the dime in half. When that doesn't work he tries to split it with an ax, and the ax's head disintegrates. Then he tries to split it with a saw table, only for the saw to come loose and fly out.
  • Oh, Crap!: Everyone’s reaction to the monster.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: One of the customers' reaction to this.
  • The Scrooge: Mr. Krabs is in a foul mood because it's payday and must *shudder* give Spongebob and Squidward money for their services. He won't let any of his customers leave the Krusty Krab until they spend all the money they brought with them on food, then he flat out tells his employees he refuses to pay them.
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  • Smoke Out: Squidward performs one which leaves a splash of ink when he zooms offscreen.
  • Tempting Fate: Mr. Krabs insists to everyone that the rip current can't harm the Krusty Krab, right before the anchor on a sunken ship caught in the rip current latches onto the Krusty Krab and hoists it into the air.

"The Whole Tooth" contains examples of:

  • An Aesop:
    • It's important to keep your mouth and teeth healthy.
    • Your baby teeth have to come out sooner or later, it's important to roll with it.
  • Animate Inanimate Object: Patrick's baby tooth is a living sentient. Same goes with the other baby teeth.
  • Bait-and-Switch: When the dentist tells Patrick he needs to extract his baby tooth, he takes out a large pair of pliers with sharp edges... which he then uses to open a drawer and take out a smaller pair of pliers.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: SpongeBob and Patrick have no qualms about holding Squidward to his promise, and actually look pretty mad with him over his attempt to crush Patrick's belief in the tooth ferry.
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  • The Dentist Episode: Patrick had to go to the dentist to get his baby tooth removed.
  • Funwith Homophones and Stealth Pun: Instead of a tooth fairy, there's a tooth ferry.
  • Jaw Drop: When Squidward find out that the tooth ferry is real.
  • Left the Background Music On: As Patrick looks around the dentist office and freaks out over everything he sees, ominous music plays. It gets louder when the dentist approaches until he tells his assistant to turn the radio down.
    Radio announcer: And that was the Incidentals with the startling number called Dramatic Music Stings. Coming up, here's the Spookers with the haunting little tune called Ominous.
  • Meaningful Name: Dr. Mundande.
  • Not Hyperbole: At one point, Squidward tells SpongeBob that if he can prove that the tooth fairy is real, he'd eat a bucket of chum. At the end, SpongeBob and Patrick hold him to that promise.
  • Scare 'em Straight: When Patrick still refuses to have his baby tooth extracted, the old lady next to him agrees and reveals she still has her baby teeth. The horrible sight of her gross teeth is what convinces Patrick to go through with it.

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