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Mr. Eugene H. Krabs
In "Nautical Novice," if SpongeBob really knew everything about boating, he would have known that A/C stands for air conditioner.
Instead of panicking and running around, why didn't Patrick just take off the sausage necklace, and throw it to the sea lion? Patrick wasn't smart enough to realize it since people consider him dumb, plus, he loves the sausage too.
At the end of "Nautical Novice", the fish said he was driving the boat to stop it from hitting downtown, but the vehicle he was in was never visible until the museum stopped.
After Plankton says, "Let the mauling begin!" you can see Scooter not to far from SpongeBob.
Mama Krabs makes two cameos in the episode.
Plankton: Here you are. I'm sure I've made a satisfied customer of you already.
SpongeBob: No time for chit chat, get in! (SpongeBob pulls Patrick in the chariot) Hurry up nelly!
Mrs. Puff: Oh, sweet Poseidon! Move aside! I've gotta stop this ship before it plows into Bikini Bottom. Uhh, let's see, the first thing to turn off is... Oh, dear Neptune, I've never driven anything this advanced before. SpongeBob, I hope you knew what you were talking about, because it's up to you now!
Plankton: Brought to you by yours truly. So without further-ado, let the mauling begin.
SpongeBob: Why, I bet they reel in up to 50 clams a day.
Mrs. Puff: This, class, is the Lady Scallion...
SpongeBob: ...named after the captain's strict diet of scallions. Of which the crew complained, and the captain's odors strongly resembled. For 4 years, this brigesteen explored distant lands, discovering places unknown to anyone, except the people who all ready lived there. (Mrs. Puff is very angry) Are you ready to give me that license yet, Mrs. Puff?
Mrs. Puff: Here it is, class, the most extensive collection of sea fairing history ever assembled. From giant naval vessels, to more modest craft, like this clamming boat.
SpongeBob: I'd say this baby can hold up to ten clam fishers.
Mrs. Puff: Uhh... sure, SpongeBob.
Mrs. Puff: Welcome, class, to the boating museum. This enormous vessel was once the largest in all the seas. But now that it's been converted into a museum, it no longer moves.
SpongeBob: Actually, it get's taken to port once a year for maintenance.
Mrs. Puff: Remember, class, there is only one way to park a boat: the safe way. You now see the importance of proper steering, and a properly calibrated anchor. (no one is listening, except for SpongeBob, who is writing notes and putting them in his brain) Which brings us to the subject of rudder maintenance... (bell rings)
SpongeBob: Barnacles! Just as we were getting to the nitty gritty.
SpongeBob: What is this, Gary? Why, it's the complete history of all boating ever. And i'm going to memorize it tonight for the big field trip tomorrow.
SpongeBob: I'm perfectly capable of reading 7,400 pages, and still getting my required 8 hours of sleep, before the bus picks me up promptly at 8 A.M. tomorrow. Now, if you'll excuse me, I'd like to get started. (Gary goes away) All right, let's see what this little pamphlet is all about. (reading) Chapter 1: In the beginning, Neptune created the sail...
Porter: No one should be on board while i'm tugging the museum into port.
Mrs. Puff: You mean he wasn't driving this thing at all?
SpongeBob: This. The H-N-S Pinifore. At 1 to 8,427 scale of course.
Mrs. Puff: Thank you, SpongeBob.
SpongeBob: Mrs. Puff?
Mrs. Puff: Yes, SpongeBob?
SpongeBob: Do you know how many rowers it takes to propel a tririne?
SpongeBob: Wow, looks like Plankton finally has some customers!
Mr. Krabs: I agree, it's very suspicious. And he may have lured a few of our fair-weather customers in with some cheap entertainment, but our loyal customers know quality when they taste it! So let's get in there, and serve 'em up a burger they'll tell their grand-guppies about! (they walk into the Krusty Krab, and it's empty) Where's all me loyal customers?
Scooter: Stupid inflation.
Mama Krabs: Boring! I want to see some body parts!
Squidward: You call this fun? This is just cheap un-cultered lay sport.
Mr. Krabs: That lower life form can slender my name, and disecrate me mother's grave...
Mama Krabs: I'm right here!
SpongeBob: (singing) How much chum could a sea slug chug if a sea slug could chug... (gasps, because he notices something outside. He then uses a pay phone to call Mr. Krabs in his office) Mr. Krabs, you gotta get out here! It's a code blue situation!
SpongeBob: I'm perfectly capable of reading 7,400 pages and still getting my required 8 hours of sleep before the bus picks me up at promptly 8 A.M tomorrow.
SpongeBob was actually ABOUT to get his license in this episode.
Mrs. Puff doesn't appear in "Spongicus".
Patrick doesn't appear in "Nautical Novice".
We learn that Mr. Krabs is not happy about the fact that Plankton opened a coliseum because he thinks that it will steal his costumers.
Apparently, the museum of boats was actually a real boat.
We learn that SpongeBob knows more about the history of boats than Mrs. Puff.
Sandy doesn't appear in this episode.
Mama Krabs makes a cameo appearance in "Spongicus."
This is the second time in the series that Plankton demolishes the Chum Bucket to open another business.
This is the fifth appearance of Mama Krabs.
This episode aired 30 minutes before the 2008 Kids Choice Awards.
This episode's title and info was shown accidentally during the last episode of SpongeBob's 5 new episodes every day week.
It was revealed that Mrs. Puff didn't drive or knew much of the history of boating a ship.
SpongeBob: How much chum could a sea slug chug?
This is a spoof of the tongue twister, "How much wood could a woodchuck chuck".
SpongeBob: In the beginning, Neptune created the sail..
This is a reference to the first words of the Bible, Book of Genesis: "In the beginning, God created the heaven and the earth."
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