Barnacle Face (Episode)

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Barnacle Face

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Episode No.: 164a
Season: 8/2011
Airdate: September 16, 2011
Previous Episode: Plankton's Good Eye
Next Episode: Pet Sitter Pat
Characters Voice actors
SpongeBob SquarePants Tom Kenny
Pearl Krabs Lori Alan
Mr. Krabs Clancy Brown
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Barnacle Face is an episode from Season 8.


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The night before the big school dance, Pearl gets a large barnacle on her face. After requesting expensive treatment to get rid of the blemish, Mr. Krabs opts instead to make SpongeBob help her out. He tries prying the barnacle out with his spatula, then a shovel, then a jackhammer, all to no avail. Then, when Pearl washes her face with soap, more barnacles sprout up. Thinking all hope is lost, she locks herself in the restroom and cries violently. SpongeBob then decides to simply hide the barnacles under a layer of facial cream, which ends up making Pearl's face look severely deformed. Finally, when Pearl asks SpongeBob to get her more soap from the basement, he finds Mr. Krabs producing the house's soap from leftover Krabby Patties. When Pearl finds out, she screams at her father and gives up trying to remove the barnacles. SpongeBob, inspired by something she said, resolves to cover up the barnacles with Mr. Krabs' precious jewels, much to Krabs' disdain.

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  • Barnacles are the pimples of the undersea world.
  • SpongeBob is unusually short in some scenes.
  • Second time someone was going eating at the Chum Bucket since Your Shoe's Untied
  • The kids at school seem to be always doing pranks on each other.
  • The episode title may be based off of Squidward's quote "Barnacle head."

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