Thursday, June 16, 2011

The customer? I'll boil the customer in hot oil and I'll RIP OUT HIS...

From the Spongebob Wiki:
"At the Krusty Krab, Plankton is hiding inside of a ketchup bottle, hoping to be shot onto a krabby patty. However, the ketchup is used by Old Man Jenkins, who accidentally shoots it towards the wall. Plankton shoots right through the wall into Mr. Krabs' office, and Mr. Krabs shoots him back to the Chum Bucket. That night, Plankton laments about he wishes that he could switch lives with Mr. Krabs, then Karen suggests that he uses the "Switch Lives to See What It's Like Machine" he built last Tuesday. Plankton does so, and wakes up in his Mr. Krabs' office, wearing his uniform, and sees a name plate reading "Mr. Plankton" and a photo of him with Pearl. Plankton realizes that he has successfully teleported to a universe where he was successful, and has an alternate SpongeBob give him two Krabby Patties for "bun inspection". While Plankton is in his office, drooling over the Krabby Patties and celebrating his newfound power and wealth, SpongeBob suddenly appears for his weekly performance review. Plankton tells him that he's been using too much sauce, which has made him very sad. To calm him down, Plankton promotes SpongeBob to "co-cashier", much to the disdain of that universe's Squidward, who enters his office to complain, and is made fry cook. Before Plankton can get back to his Krabby Patties, an alternate Pearl, now his daughter, comes into the restaurant, asking for an "advance" on her allowance. Plankton gives her only one dollar, which makes her start crying proclaims that her "father" hates her. An angry customer then confronts Plankton, complaining about the hiedously disgusting Krabby Patty produced by Squidward. Before Plankton can call in Squidward, SpongeBob appears, saying that he "soiled the Krusty Krab name" by giving a customer a large soda when he had asked for a medium. Amidst this confusion, an alarm suddenly sounds and everyone begins hiding. An alternate Mr. Krabs (called by Krabs), who now has the life of Plankton, and is completely naked, as Plankton normally does not wear clothes, appears, with a Krabby Patty in hand. SpongeBob tries to shoot Mr. Krabs using a cannon that shoots clothes. As Mr. Krabs attempts to escape with the Krabby Patty, Spongebob eventually hits him with a woman's bra and makes him admit defeat and throws the Krabby Patty to Plankton, he is though still confused about what is going on. As Krabs leaves and the people at the Krusty Krab give a "victory screech". Krabs tells Plankton that he will come back every day. Plankton finally snaps and tells everyone he will see them all in therapy and teleports back to the mainstream continuity. The episode ends with Plankton returns to his old life when Karen gave him holographic meatloaf. Plankton then says it is his favorite and begins eating it."

Well, it's that time once again... another review! This time we're going to be looking at the episode of Spongebob called "The Algae's Always Greener", you've seen the plot now it's time for a review.

Plot: 8/10
The plot reflects a thought that almost every person has had before... What would it be like to change bodies? And this episode shows that you should be careful what you wish for. The plot is a popular one but is presented in an alright manner.

Enjoyment: 7/10
Plenty of funny jokes in this episode, giving it a ranking of 7.

Overall: 7/10
This is an old episode, but IMHO it's not to shabby.


  1. i think i may have seen this episode. I loved spongebob as a child!

  2. Probably seen this at least once, but they all sort of blend together now.

  3. This episode is alright, good review. This is the one where you got the no shirt no service? where krabs ends up with the old lady suppost bra?

  4. I remember this episode! I loved it.

  5. Loving these spongebob reviews, makes me think back to my childhood

  6. I vaguely remember this episode. You're doing a lot of spongebob lately. Are you marathoning it or something?

  7. Good review of a good episode, nice.