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The Slumber Party

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"The Slumber Party"
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Season number: 6
Production code: 110a
First airing: USA November 28, 2008
Sister episode(s): Grooming Gary
Writer(s): Tom King
Dani Michaeli
Creative director: Vincent Waller
Storyboard director: Tom King
Animation director: Alan Smart
Supervising producer: Paul Tibbitt

“You're (Mr. Krabs) not coming back in this house until after my slumber party is over!”

"The Slumber Party" is the first segment of the tenth episode of season 6, and it is paired with "Grooming Gary." In this episode, Mr. Krabs and SpongeBob spy on Pearl's slumber party to make sure she's not causing trouble.



Pearl is about to have a slumber party at her house, but Mr. Krabs keeps meddling in her party preparations. She kicks him out, so he stays at SpongeBob's house in the meantime. SpongeBob, thinking they are having a sleepover, watches a movie called Slumber Party Zombie Attack. Mr. Krabs gets horrified by the way they showcase the slumber party with them vandalizing the house, and smashes SpongeBob's TV.

He thinks this will happen to his house, so he sends SpongeBob to investigate. He first pretends to be a pizza delivery man with a mustache, but it flies away and he gets caught before he can run back to Mr. Krabs. SpongeBob gets delivered back to Mr. Krabs as a pizza. Later, he sends SpongeBob to go to his house as a piano repairman, but the girls know their trick and drop a piano on him.

SpongeBob thinks their trustworthy, but Mr. Krabs still tells him to get into the party. He knocks on the door without a disguise, and when Pearl comes, asks her if he can come to the party. She tells him he's just like her boring father, so he shows her that he can been fun within 10 seconds.

He starts having fun until time is up and Pearl opens a trap door which SpongeBob falls into. It turns out he fell into Mr. Krabs' root beer cellar, and starts absorbing it all. He starts acting like a monster to prove he is fun, but causes the house to become a mess in the process. Mr. Krabs comes back and sees his house a mess, but Pearl blames him for ruining her party and punishes him by making him pay for her to have a party at Goo Lagoon.


  • Moral: Don't spy on people for your own benefits.