80's Krusty Krab Commercial

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The '80s Krusty Krab Commercial is a commercial from the episode Truth or Square. Despite being a 1980s commercial, it is presented in the style of a 1950s ad.

[edit] Transcript

[edit] Before the Commercial

Mr. Krabs: Hey, what's this? (picks it up and the scene zooms in to show the wrapper clearly) It's an old Krabby Patty wrapper. (the scene returns to the one before) Aah, that takes me back to the good old days. (the scene returns to the wrapper and fades to show a black and white scene. The animation is in the style of 1950s cartoons. The scene shows baby SpongeBob in front of a television)

[edit] The Commercial

TV Narrator (1950s): And now, a word from our sponsor. (SpongeBob leans towards the TV and screams in happiness. The scene shifts to the TV)

Female Singers: (as the letters appear) K-R-A-B-B-Y (the letters go up and down. The letters in the next part are not 
shown) P-A-T-T-Y. (a Krabby Patty falls on top of the letters)
Male Singers: Bud dum dum dum dum. (a bell rings)
Female Singers: Krabby Patty, (the scene widens to show the Krabby Patty on a plate, which is being held by a young Mr. 
Krabs) give 'em a try. 

(the scene changes to show SpongeBob's face)

Mr. Krabs: (offscreen) Come on down and...
Mr. Krabs and the Female Singers: ...buy, buy, buy. (the scene changes to show a Krabby Patty)
Female Singers: Not just one or... (the patty becomes smaller and a second patty appears) two or... (the two patties 
become small and a third patty appears) three, but... (the Krabby Patties spin left, getting smaller, and three more patties 
join them) enough for the whole, (6 fish appear next to each patty) family.

(the scene changes to show a container of fries with "K K" on it, a Krabby Patty, and a soda container with "K K" on it)

TV Narrator (1950s): Yes, folks, nine out of ten doctors recommend eating at least one Krabby Patty a day to maintain a healthy lifestyle and a youthful, positive attitude.

(the scene changes to show Mr. Krabs in a doctor's office, wearing a doctor outfit)

Dr. Krabs: (as the camera zooms in) I'm a doctor... as far as you know, and I believe Krabby Patties add years to your life. (the zooming stops) So, what are you waiting for? Go out and get yourself a Krabby Patty. (the scene changes to show a sack with "K K" on it) Or go out and buy a Sackful of Krabbies. (the scene changes to show a crate with "K K" on it. The crate is full of Krabby Patties) Or better yet, go out and get yourself a case of the Krabbies. (the scene returns to "Dr. Krabs." Lifts up a Krabby Patty) For your health.

(the scene changes to show SpongeBob. The scene changes to show "K")

Female Singers: (as each letter goes on the screen individually) K-R-A-B-B-Y P-A-T-T-Y. (the scene changes to show the 
soda, Krabby Patty, and fries from earlier) Krabby Patty.
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