Mr. Krabs, a fictional character in the American animated television series SpongeBob SquarePants, is a fictional character. Clancy Brown provides his voice to him, and he initially appears in the series premiere episode “Help Wanted” on May 1, 1999. Stephen Hillenburg, a marine biologist, and animator conceived and designed the character.
Krabs owns and maintains the Krusty Krab, a popular fast food restaurant in Bikini Bottom’s underwater city. He lives in a hollow anchor with his adolescent sperm whale daughter Pearl. Krabs is preoccupied with money and despises spending it, but he will go to tremendous lengths to please Pearl.
He is preoccupied with his wealth and ignores the needs of his subordinates, SpongeBob and Squidward. He is in a sexual relationship with Mrs. Puff and has a feud with Plankton, his former best buddy who owns the Chum Bucket, a faltering restaurant across the street from the Krusty Krab.
How Did Mr. Krabs Pass Away? The Mystery of The Spongebob Squarepants Trial Explained
For more than two decades, SpongeBob SquarePants has been one of the most popular children’s cartoons, and the influence of the absorbent yellow sea sponge has spread from television to comic books, films, video games, and beyond.
Fans of the pineapple-dwelling SpongeBob, on the other hand, have recently been shocked after discovering a viral document detailing Mr. Krabs’ death and implicating SpongeBob and Plankton.
The Trial of SpongeBob SquarePants detailed how Mr. Krabs was brutally murdered and provided evidence linking him to a variety of suspects.
After Twitter users pushed others to seek up Mr. Krabs’ strange death on the internet, the topic has resurfaced.
The Spongebob Squarepants Trial
I still need the answer on how Pearl is Mr. Krabs daughter ! Who is Pearls mother? Where is Pearls mother? Why doesnt Pearl have Krab like body parts? How did Mr. Krabs have sex with a whale? I need these answers before I die pic.twitter.com/X8V26AuMPE
— NATE 🤪🇬🇾 (@natesdong) April 21, 2018
The Trial of SpongeBob SquarePants appears to be a class assignment that could be established at school. The key document that fans have found is a two-page PDF that explains Mr. Krabs’ death and includes a list of evidence and witness testimony. The document appears to be rather intriguing and scary on its own.
However, there is an 11-page PDF version of the same paper that includes worksheets and instructions that clearly address breaking a class into teams to act as the defense or prosecution.
The goal of the activity appears to be to have students study the evidence on display, ignoring what they already know about the SpongeBob series, in order to figure out who killed Mr. Krabs.
The Case: What Caused Mr. Krabs’ Death?
Mr. Krabs is found dead inside his Krusty Krab restaurant with his throat slit in the Trial of SpongeBob SquarePants document.
The cut was made with a metal spatula, according to the coroner, and a similar spatula was discovered next to Mr. Krabs’ body, smeared in his blood.
Mr. Krabs’ back of the head also showed symptoms of blunt-force damage. Furthermore, the Krusty Krab’s floor was slick from cooking grease.
SpongeBob’s tracks were discovered in the grease, but they were not located in the puddle of Mr. Krabs’ blood.
The Krusty Krab’s cash register was empty, and Mr. Krabs’ safe was found open, with the secret formula for the Krabby Patty stolen.
Mr. Krabs also had a minor cut on his claw that had started to heal after being found to have occurred some weeks before.
Who Killed Mr. Krabs Actually?
The identity of Mr. Krabs’ killer is left up to the participants in the exercise.
The prosecution and defense teams must decide whether SpongeBob is guilty or innocent.
However, if we examine the data for ourselves, we can see that there are several options for how Mr. Krabs died.
Although this doesn’t explain the empty safe and cash register, the slippery floor could have caused him to fall and slash his throat by accident.
This is where the responsibility goes to Plankton, Mr. Krabs’ long-time rival, who began selling burgers with a remarkably similar recipe to the famed Krabby Patty not long after Mr. Krabs’ death.
To make matters worse, Plankton went to the bank two days after he started selling the burgers and paid off the rest of SpongeBob’s house loan.
The paper also states that SpongeBob has never received a raise during his time at the Krusty Krab, which has made him unhappy.
This leads to the possibility that SpongeBob and Plankton collaborated to steal the Krabby Patty formula, while Mr. Krabs’ death was a result of a slip and fall on the slick floor.