Since it first debuted more than 20 years ago, SpongeBob SquarePants has become one of the most well-known children’s animated series, and its influence has spread beyond television to include comic books, movies, video games, and more.
While everything is going on, SpongeBob fans have recently been surprised after learning about a viral document that details Mr Krabs’ death and blames SpongeBob and Plankton.
The Trial of SpongeBob SquarePants, a paper, detailed Mr Krabs’s savage murder and offered proof linking it to other suspected offenders. Interest in the subject has risen once more when Twitter users advised other users to look at Mr Krabs’ odd demise online.
SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS TRIAL SUMMARY~
The Trial of SpongeBob SquarePants seems like a task that could be given as a homework assignment in a classroom setting.
The main item found by fans is a two-page PDF that describes Mr Krabs’ death and lists the relevant facts and witnesses testimonies.
The same essay is additionally offered as an 11-page PDF with worksheets and instructions that especially cover dividing a class into teams to act as the defence or prosecution. The goal of the activity seems to be to get students to ignore their prior knowledge of the SpongeBob television series in favour of looking at the information at hand to find out who was involved in his death.
WHAT Has Happened To the real MR. KRABS?
As it was in the Trial of SpongeBob SquarePants document, Mr Krabs is found murdered with his neck cut inside his Krusty Krab eatery.
The coroner ruled that the wound was caused by a similar spatula that was found near Mr Krabs’ body and smeared in blood.
Mr Krabs displayed signs of blunt force trauma on the back of his skull. In addition, the grease-covered floor of the Krusty Krab was dangerous.
SpongeBob’s footprints were among those found in the grease, but they were not found in the puddle of Mr Krabs’ blood.
The Krusty Krab’s cash register was empty, Mr Krabs’ safe was found to be open, and the Krabby Patty secret recipe was lost, yet there were no visible traces of a break-in at the eatery.
A small cut on Mr Krabs’ claw, which had been determined to have occurred a few weeks earlier, was also starting to heal.
WHO is responsible for MR. KRABS’s death?
Each contestant must guess as to who murdered Mr Krabs.
The prosecution and defence teams will debate SpongeBob’s guilt or innocence, respectively.
But when we look at the facts for ourselves, we can see that there are many different ways Mr Krabs may have found himself in this predicament.
The slick floor might have mistakenly made him fall and sever his throat, yet this doesn’t explain the empty safe and cash register.
This is where Plankton, a longtime rival of Mr Krabs, assumes responsibility. After Mr Krabs passed away, he began marketing hamburgers made using a recipe that is strikingly similar to the fabled Krabby Patty.
Two days after beginning to sell the burgers, Plankton went to the bank and paid off the remaining sum of SpongeBob’s mortgage, which only served to complicate matters more.
The essay also makes clear that SpongeBob has been dissatisfied with his job at the Krusty Krab for a very long time because he has never been given a raise.
Because of the slippery surface, Mr Krabs’ demise might have been an accident all along, which gave rise to the theory that SpongeBob and Plankton planned to steal the Krabby Patty recipe.
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