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  • - Mr. Krabs, can I have a raise? - No.

  • What doesn't kill you usually succeeds in a second attempt.

  • Get back to work!

  • [burps]

  • The deed is done.

  • Um, why did you eat my boots, Mr. Krabs?

  • [crowd booing]

  • I'm losing money on this deal!

  • It's worth every penny.

  • - Can we talk about this? - No.

  • - How about a discount on restroom tokens? - Afraid not.

  • How's about a free glass of water?

  • A dozen free glasses of water!

  • I'll even put ice in it!

  • No! Come back! Two dollars!

  • Two dollars! No! No!

  • Mr. Krabs, I know I put pickles on that Krabby Patty.

  • That two bucks is coming out of your paycheck.

  • Wait! But...

  • SpongeBob, I got a proposition for you.

  • How's about you go catch me some of those little money fish?

  • Oh, boygetting paid to jellyfish.

  • That's my life's dream!

  • Well, keep dreaming, this'll be on your time.

  • Here's your check.

  • And here's yours, SpongeBob.

  • You're making me pay you to stand at the cash register?!

  • What is the meaning of this?

  • Have you gone off the deep?

  • There's gonna be a few changes around here!

  • Every time I catch you two goofing off, I'm going to charge you for it.

  • I... lost... you!

  • What?

  • I bet your contract and I lost.

  • - Where is it? - What?

  • My dime!

  • Me special dime!

  • The first dime I ever made!

  • I always keep it at the back of the register for luck!

  • Well, I've never seen it.

  • Are you prepared to say that

  • with your hand on a stack of Interpretive Dance Quarterlies?

  • Are you accusing me of something?

  • Well, the way I see it there are three possibilities.

  • One, you stole it.

  • Two, you stole it.

  • Or three, you stole it!

  • Someone tried to throw away a patty!

  • Pinch-o-matic has saved you 5.2 cents.

  • But, Mr. Krabs, I found that under the grill.

  • And tomorrow, a customer will find it under his bun.

  • But it's old and cold.

  • And so very full of mold.

  • You're not to make another Patty until that one is sold.

  • If you had to choose between SpongeBob

  • and all the money I have in my pocket,

  • which would you take?

  • That depends. How much money we talking about?

  • Mr. Krabs!

  • Sixty-two cents!

  • - I pick the money. - Mr. Krabs!

  • Day 10 of non-stop service!

  • Mr. Krabs, can I go home yet?

  • No one goes home!

  • Look at these bags under my eyes!

  • Even my bags have bags!

  • Quit your bellyaching, Squidward!

  • You don't hear SpongeBob complaining, do you?

  • ♪ K-R-A-B-B-Y P-A-T-T-Y ♪

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  • You could learn a few things from that boy.

  • Mr. Krabs, he is not normal.

  • All right, you can sit down for five minutes.

  • Then it's back to work.

  • You know, in that fit of maniacal rage, I may have destroyed the restaurant,

  • scared away all our customers, and forced us into bankruptcy

  • because I returned nearly every penny I sold this stink heap for,

  • but it was all worth it.

  • And I got back the love of me dear friends.

  • Really, Mr. Krabs?

  • No, not really.

  • Get back to work!

  • Individuation of the end user will substantially broaden

  • the probability of multiple subsequent visits,

  • generating an inverse negative revenue margin

  • of three quarters of a half of one percent.

  • Meaning, if you call the customers by their name,

  • they keep coming back to spend more of their green backs!

  • So I want you two to learn the names of every customer.

  • What are you doing under the table?

  • If Krabby Patties are illegal now, aren't we breaking the law?

  • There's an old saying, lad.

  • What doesn't kill you...

  • usually succeeds in the second attempt.

  • But what does that have to do with making Krabby Patties?

  • Nothing! But if don't get out there and start cooking,

  • I'll make you start taking weekends off!

  • No!

  • I used to have a dream.

  • Yeah? I used to have a kidney stone!

  • Everything passes eventually.

  • Now stop dreaming and work for a living!

  • Mr. Krabs, I really think I should be getting back to the grill now.

  • Are you kidding, lad? Just look at all these paying customers!

  • Who's ready for another lap?

  • That's a big job.

  • A job that only two volunteer employees could do for no extra pay!

  • Come on, Patrick.

  • Easy now. Right this way.

  • What in the name of Neptune is going on here?

  • Patrick had a bloody nose, so I was going to walk him home.

  • Oh, bloody nose, eh?

  • You think I was born yesterday?

  • He doesn't even have a nose.

  • Now get back to work, the all of ya's!

  • I'm not running a happy factory here!

  • Wake up.

  • Where am I?

  • And what are these paramedics doing here?

  • You're back in your old kitchen,

  • and the pair of paramedics were here to revive you.

  • I was asleep?

  • Yeah, but just for a little while,

  • so I only docked your pay for the time you were unconscious.

  • This is terrible!

  • Are you hurt?

  • Oh, well, thank you for a--

  • I wasn't talking to you!

  • Don't worry, papa's here.

  • Your shelf collapsed on me, and I twisted my ankle!

  • I didn't even know you had ankles.

  • So, uh... How big's this thing supposed to get?

  • Who cares!

  • It's an endless supply of free patties!

  • And cook them fast, boy!

  • We got customers!

  • I mean, just look at this place!

  • It's disgusting.

  • Not to mention our cheap boss.

  • Whoo-hoo! Got it!

  • We'll triple the prices!

  • Mr. Krabs, if we want to get customers in here, shouldn't we lower the prices?

  • Fine.

  • I've been doing some calculating and, you know, crunching the old numbers,

  • and it turns out that I'll save a whole nickel if I cut your salary.

  • Completely.

  • Bu-bu-bu-but... How about if I work for free?

  • Yeah, I looked into that.

  • Apparently, it's "illegal,"

  • and I'll lose my "vendor's license".

  • Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah.

  • Well, you could... water down the ketchup!

  • At this point it would be ketchuping up the water.

  • Whatever. Now if these little fellers could work...

  • maybe you'll be on to something.

  • Hey, you couldn't make me a tiny little army of unpaid workers, could ya?

  • I was just using some old toothpaste I found

  • to patch up this small hole in the wall.

  • Good thing you didn't hire a professional to do that.

  • And why is that, Mr. Squidward?

  • Because then you'd only get to repair it once.

  • Gee, Mr. Krabs, do you think the rip current will hit the Krusty Krab?

  • Shouldn't we clear the docks? Or batten down the patches?

  • Or whatever people say?

  • Calm your waters.

  • Me sailor's knee says we're not in danger.

  • See?

  • Now, get back to work!

  • Hang on, Patty! I got you!

  • Okay, SpongeBob, time to come back down and get to work

  • so I can garnish your wages for wasting that patty!

  • Get in the bag! Stupid trash!

  • Trash juice!

  • Hey, uh, maybe we should use another garbage bag, Mr. Krabs.

  • This one's kinda full.

  • Forget it, boyo!

  • I'm not paying for another garbage bag!

  • Just put your back into it.

  • If you want Old Man Jenkins to leave, why not just try asking him nicely?

  • I think you oughta be the one to ask him nicely.

  • "Oh, hi. I'm SpongeBob, and I love you, but will you go home, please?

  • He-he-he-he."

  • You were the worst boss ever!

  • I'm going to have to dock your pay for decades

  • just to cover all the damage you caused.

  • Oh, thanks, Mr. Krabs!

  • You are the best boss ever!

- Mr. Krabs, can I have a raise? - No.

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