SpongeBob SquarePants

Season 7 Episode 11

Chum Bucket Supreme / Someone's in the Kitchen with Sandy

Aired Weekdays 5:00 PM Jul 19, 2009 on Nickelodeon



  • Trivia

    • In "Someone's in the Kitchen with Sandy," various objects were covering Sandy's bra and panties (a surfboard; soap; a Krusty Krab table; a kelp skirt; etc.) as if she were really naked.

    • In "Someone's In The Kitchen With Sandy," the Bikini Bottomites were making fun of Sandy because she was "naked," despite that 1) Sandy wasn't completely naked (she was still wearing underwear), and 2) some of the Bikini Bottomites were naked or not fully clothed.

    • Technically, Sandy wasn't naked, she was just in her underwear.

    • The kelp on Sandy's bikini breaks as if it were glass. But kelp can't do that.

    • In this episode, Plankton was not arrested instead of Sandy, but he should have been arrested because in "Krabby Road," he was the best criminal. So they both should have gotten arrested.

    • In this episode, Sandy is arrested for Public Nudity, but in "All That Glitters," SpongeBob was not arrested for walking to work nude after trading all he owned for his new spatula.

    • How come Sandy didn't notice Plankton in her helmet? Plankton is not that small.

    • In "Chum Bucket Supreme," Nat is once again Plankton's customer, and he tastes the chum and throws up, why would he do this again if he thinks chum is terrible in "Plankton's Regular"? It may be another fish who looks like Nat.

    • In this episode, Plankton doesn't know Patrick, but they've met each other before in past episodes.

    • Things the Bikini Bottomites mistook Sandy for:

      - A naked chipmunk.
      - A hairless goat.
      - A nudist ferret.

    • This the first time we see Plankton in Sandy's treedome.

    • Sandy is arrested for public nudity, yet clearly, she is wearing a bikini (or at least brightly-colored underwear).

  • Quotes

    • SpongeBob: (traveling through platforms) 5...4...3...2...1!
      Mr. Krabs: SpongeBob, I'm afraid our worst fear has been realized.

    • Plankton: I'm tired of the Krusty Krab taking all of my business! We're doomed, Karen! Doomed, I tell you!

    • Plankton: Details like this can be very important to the customer.
      Karen: Customers? What customers?
      Plankton: Well, umm... those customers; gentlemen welcome to the Chum Bucket.

    • Plankton: That's nice, that's interesting almost there! What! Nothing.
      SpongeBob: Remember, never over-dry, otherwise the seaweed becomes griddle and crud.

    • Sandy: Better find something to cover my heinie, time to catch me some fur!

    • SpongeBob: Sandy, you're back!
      Plankton: (as Sandy) Yup, that Krabby Patty was so darn good that I gotta see how you make one.
      SpongeBob: Say, Sandy, you look different.

    • Larry: Sandy, you don't look so good. You better stop eating at the Chum Bucket because that stuff will rot your insides.
      Plankton: (as Sandy) Lies! Lies! The Chum Bucket will always be my favorite restaurant!
      Larry: Sandy, you don't sound like yourself.
      Plankton: No, Sandy is herself, no reason to be suspicious y'all.

    • Plankton: Sandy Cheeks, but where's her fur? Wow! Wait a minute, that's it! I think I found out a way to get the Krabby Patty formula once and for all! Hope you like long showers, squirrel!

    • Sandy: Time to get this stinky thing off.
      Plankton: What's going on? Where am I?

    • Plankton: Perfect! He's heading for the front door. Now's my time to exit.
      SpongeBob: Here you go, Sandy, a special Krabby Patty for a special friend.
      Sandy: Why, thanks, SpongeBob!

    • Plankton: All the way from the bakery, but it will all be working when I get my hands on the Krabby Patty.

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • Someone is in the Kitchen with Dina
      The title of "Someone's in the Kitchen with Sandy" is a reference to the American folk song "Someone is in the Kitchen with Dina" also known as "I've Been Working on the Railroad".