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“”’Krusty Krab Training Video”'” is the second segment of the tenth episode of the [[SpongeBob SquarePants (season 3)|third season]] of the American [[animated television series]] ”[[SpongeBob SquarePants]]”, and the second part of the 50th episode overall, as well as the show’s 100th segment. The episode was written by [[Aaron Springer]], [[C. H. Greenblatt]], and [[Kent Osborne]], and the animation was directed by Frank Weiss. Springer and Greenblatt also served as storyboard directors, and Caleb Meurer served as storyboard artist. The segment originally aired on [[Nickelodeon]] in the United States on May 10, 2002.

“”’Krusty Krab Training Video”'” is the second segment of the tenth episode of the [[SpongeBob SquarePants (season 3)|third season]] of the American [[animated television series]] ”[[SpongeBob SquarePants]]”, and the second part of the 50th episode overall, as well as the show’s 100th segment. The episode was written by [[Aaron Springer]], [[C. H. Greenblatt]], and [[Kent Osborne]], and the animation was directed by Frank Weiss. Springer and Greenblatt also served as storyboard directors, and Caleb Meurer served as storyboard artist. The segment originally aired on [[Nickelodeon]] in the United States on May 10, 2002.

The series follows the adventures and endeavours of [[SpongeBob SquarePants (character)|the title character]] and his various friends in the underwater city of Bikini Bottom. In this segment, SpongeBob is depicted as a trainee in an [[Industrial video|industrial training video]] for new employees of the [[Krusty Krab]] restaurant. The video details the beginnings of the restaurant, its various implements, and what it takes to become a good Krusty Krab employee.

The series follows the adventures and endeavours of [[SpongeBob SquarePants (character)|the title character]] and his various friends in the underwater city of Bikini Bottom. In this segment, SpongeBob is depicted as a trainee in an [[Industrial video|industrial training video]] for new employees of the [[Krusty Krab]]. The video details the beginnings of the restaurant, its various implements, and what it takes to become a good Krusty Krab employee.

“Krusty Krab Training Video” received critical acclaim from online critics, who praised its originality and [[Meta-joke|meta-humor]] as a parody of industrial videos, it gained a cult following with fans and is generally considered one of the best episodes of the series.

“Krusty Krab Training Video” received critical acclaim from online critics, who praised its originality and [[Meta-joke|meta-humor]] as a parody of industrial videos, it gained a cult following with fans and is generally considered one of the best episodes of the series.

10th episode of the 3rd season of SpongeBob SquarePants

Krusty Krab Training Video

Title card

Episode no. Season 3
Episode 10b
Directed by
Written by
Featured music
  • Sage Guyton
  • Jeremy Wakefield
  • Nicolas Carr
Editing by
  • Brian Robitaille (animatic)
  • Lynn Hobson (picture)
  • Margaret Hou (picture)
Production code 5572-198
Original air date May 10, 2002 (2002-05-10)
Steve Kehela[1] as the narrator
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Krusty Krab Training Video” is the second segment of the tenth episode of the third season of the American animated television series SpongeBob SquarePants, and the second part of the 50th episode overall, as well as the show’s 100th segment. The episode was written by Aaron Springer, C. H. Greenblatt, and Kent Osborne, and the animation was directed by Frank Weiss. Springer and Greenblatt also served as storyboard directors, and Caleb Meurer served as storyboard artist. The segment originally aired on Nickelodeon in the United States on May 10, 2002.

The series follows the adventures and endeavours of the title character and his various friends in the underwater city of Bikini Bottom. In this segment, SpongeBob is depicted as a trainee in an industrial training video for new employees of the Krusty Krab. The video details the beginnings of the restaurant, its various implements, and what it takes to become a good Krusty Krab employee.

“Krusty Krab Training Video” received critical acclaim from online critics, who praised its originality and meta-humor as a parody of industrial videos, it gained a cult following with fans and is generally considered one of the best episodes of the series.

The episode is formatted as an industrial training video, and it begins with a narrator (Steve Kehela) congratulating the newly hired employee of the Krusty Krab, SpongeBob SquarePants. SpongeBob proceeds to ask if he can make a Krabby Patty, but is denied as he has to undergo training first. The narrator then shares how the restaurant came to be, with its founder, Mr.Krabs, previously suffering from a long depression after “the war” before deciding to acquire a bankrupt retirement home and turn it into the Krusty Krab.

In the present day, the restaurant has since tried to modernize itself and maintain customer satisfaction by acquiring the “latest” fast food technology, such as the spatula and the cash register. For the restaurant’s employees, the narrator differentiates the characteristics of a potentially good employee and a bad employee through the examples and actions of SpongeBob and Squidward respectively, and among the most important things to learn on the job is the acronym “P.O.O.P.” (short for “People Order Our Patties”). Other matters discussed by the narrator include personal hygiene, the work station, and how to interact with the manager Mr. Krabs, all while SpongeBob impatiently awaits the chance to make a Krabby Patty.

After all the basics of being an employee have been covered, the narrator asks SpongeBob if he is ready to prepare a Krabby Patty. After SpongeBob vigorously nods in affirmation, the training video abruptly cuts to the credits before the narrator begins to tell the Krabby Patty secret formula.

Release[edit]

“Krusty Krab Training Video” originally aired on Nickelodeon in the United States on May 10, 2002.[2]

For home media, the episode was first made available as part of the SpongeBob SquarePants DVD release titled “SpongeBob SquarePants: Sponge for Hire” on November 2, 2004.[3] Later, it was released on the “SpongeBob SquarePants: The Complete 3rd Season” DVD collection on September 27, 2005.[4]

In October 2019, a five-minute edit of the episode was released on the online platform YouTube by the official SpongeBob SquarePants YouTube account.[5]

Reception[edit]

P.O.O.P. – People Order Our Patties.’ Need I say more? That word being said repeatedly makes me laugh. Boy, am I mature, or what? A clever, outside-the-box episode.

Tom Kenny, voice actor for “SpongeBob SquarePants”.[6]

“Krusty Krab Training Video” received critical acclaim from both DVD critics and online pop culture critics. Bryan Pope of DVD Verdict praised the episode for being “a hilarious parody of industrial training videos”, and cited it as one of the classics produced by the third season of SpongeBob SquarePants, which he argues is the series’ high point.[7] Francis Rizzo III of DVD Talk considered the episode to be “[v]ery funny” and stated that “Spongebob’s simple desire to make a Krabby Patty dominates the action, in an episode that might be a bit above kids’ heads.”[3]

On the tenth anniversary of the SpongeBob series, Priya Elan of The Guardian ranked the episode at No. 1 on his top five favorite SpongeBob “moments”, stating that it is “[a]mazing on several levels. From the “bankrupt retirement homes” to P.O.O.P. to the moment Patrick tries to place an order.”[8] Jared Russo of the website Medium ranked the episode at No. 4 in his top 100 list, praising its originality and “off-the-wall” playfulness and meta-humor.[9] Jaclyn Kessel of Decider ranked “Krusty Krab Training Video” at No. 5 in her “10 Essential ‘SpongeBob Squarepants’ Episodes” list, stating that “This episode shines because I can honestly say I’ve never seen anything like this in any show before…. The abrupt ending of this episode brilliantly prevents us from ever learning what is in the Krusty Krab secret sauce.”[10] Madeline Kaplan from Slate, in contributing to the site’s list of the best SpongeBob episodes, wrote that “One of my strongest memories of the pre-streaming era is of watching “Krusty Krab Training Video” and waiting […] for Nickelodeon to air it again…. This segment, and several other SpongeBob episodes, taught me to love weird comedy.”[11] IGN also listed the episode as one of the staff’s favorite SpongeBob episodes.[citation needed] In 2021, Jordan Moreau, Katcy Stephan and David Viramontes of Variety ranked the episode as the seventh-best SpongeBob episode, describing it as “a perfect example of how the show mixes mediums, presenting portions in hand-drawn animation, CG art styles and live-action elements.”[12]

Tom Kenny, who voices SpongeBob in the series, considers it one of his favorite episodes, listing it No. 15 on the iTunes release “SpongeBob SquarePants: Tom Kenny’s Top 20”.[6]

Awards[edit]

During the 2003 Golden Reel Awards, both “Wet Painters” and “Krusty Krab Training Video” won the award for “Best Sound Editing in Television Episode – Music”, with Nicolas Carr representing the series.[13]

References[edit]

  1. ^ SpongeBob SquarePants: The Complete 3rd Season (“Krusty Krab Training Video” credits) (DVD). United States: Paramount Home Entertainment/Nickelodeon. September 27, 2005.
  2. ^ Ign Staff (November 28, 2018). “IGN’s Favorite Episodes of SpongeBob SquarePants”. IGN Southeast Asia. Media Prima Digital Sdn Bhd. Retrieved September 5, 2020.
  3. ^ a b Rizzo, Francis III (October 27, 2004). “Spongebob Squarepants: Sponge for Hire”. DVD Talk. Retrieved September 5, 2020.
  4. ^ “SpongeBob SquarePants – The Complete 3rd Season”. Amazon.com. Amazon.com, Inc. Retrieved September 5, 2020.
  5. ^ SpongeBob SquarePants Official (October 15, 2019). “Krusty Krab Training Video in 5 Minutes | SpongeBob SquarePants”. YouTube. YouTube Limited Liability Corporation Archived from the original on 2021-12-21. Retrieved September 5, 2020.
  6. ^ a b “SpongeBob SquarePants: Tom Kenny’s Top 20”. iTunes. 2009. Retrieved May 15, 2021.
  7. ^ Pope, Bryan (February 8, 2006). “Spongebob Squarepants: The Complete Third Season”. DVD Verdict. Archived from the original on September 22, 2013.
  8. ^ Elan, Priya (July 24, 2009). “Happy 10th birthday, SpongeBob SquarePants”. The Guardian. Guardian News and Media. Retrieved June 5, 2014.
  9. ^ Russo, Jared (November 28, 2018). “The 100 Best Episodes of SpongeBob Squarepants”. Medium. A Medium Corporation. Retrieved September 5, 2020.
  10. ^ Kessel, Jaclyn (February 6, 2015). “The 10 Essential ‘SpongeBob Squarepants’ Episodes”. Decider. NYP Holdings, Inc. Retrieved September 5, 2020.
  11. ^ Slate Staff (November 28, 2018). “The Essential SpongeBob SquarePants Episodes, as Chosen by Millennials Who Grew Up on Them”. Slate. The Slate Group. Retrieved September 5, 2020.
  12. ^ Moreau, Jordan; Stephan, Katcy; Viramontes, David (June 8, 2021). “15 Best ‘SpongeBob Squarepants’ Episodes, Ranked”. Variety. Retrieved February 10, 2022.
  13. ^ “Motion Picture Sound Editors, USA”. IMDb. March 22, 2003. Retrieved May 15, 2021.

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