The characters in the American animated television series SpongeBob SquarePants were created by artist, animator, and former marine biologist Stephen Hillenburg. The series chronicles the adventures of the title character and his various friends in the fictional underwater city of Bikini Bottom. Most characters are anthropomorphic sea creatures based on real-life species. Many of the characters' designs originated in an unpublished educational comic book titled The Intertidal Zone , which Hillenburg created in
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When she grows up, her father wants her to continue the family business by inheriting the Krusty Krab and becoming its owner. She is a female sperm whale with a very large head and no tail. The disparity in species between her and Mr. Krabs has never been directly explained in an episode, but the official trivia book states that she takes after her unseen mother.
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It's no secret that the Internet is dark and full of fan theories, especially when it comes to cartoons like SpongeBob SquarePants. As kids, we often take out favorite cartoons at face value, but with age comes wisdom. We now make it our duty to uncover the truth of what the animators were really trying to tell us, even if it ruins our fragile childhoods in the process. Or, it could just be that our perverted, demented minds are projecting, causing us to see what we secretly want to see. Nevertheless, there are some real doozies out there about SpongeBob and his fellow Bikini Bottom residents.
This page contains information on a subject that does not yet have an official name. Once an official name is given to the subject or character, this template can be removed. The whale cellmate is a prisoner who was one of Plankton's cellmates. He appears in the episode " Jailbreak! The whale cellmate is a large, light blue sperm whale with a similar body structure to Pearl , and he has a scar on his face.