Eels and Escalators

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The Game

Eels and Escalators is a small game that was seen in the episode: Sailor Mouth. SpongeBob and Patrick were the only ones to play it.



There are two dice and they have eels and escalators on them. If you roll 2 eels, you travel down the board, making you one step closer to losing. If you get 2 escalators, then you go up making you closer to winning the game. If you go on too many eels, you'll lose. When there is an eel and an escalator, you go on whatever is closest, if it's an eel, you go down it, if an escalators nearest,you go up it. There are 3 escalators and 4 eels. It parodies Chutes and Ladders as a Bikini Bottom or sea version.

Champions at the Game

There are champions of Eels and Escalators but the main "King" of the game is Patrick. He rolls the dices and gets escalators all the time. SpongeBob is not very lucky at the game and keeps rolling Eels.


The layout of the game is very neat, but it is very small. There are many colors. The eels are green and the board is a light blue. There are two cardboard playing figures. One is white and one is orange. Usually, you slide it on an eel or make it climb on an escalator. Patrick is very good at the game, while SpongeBob is not very lucky. SpongeBob says "Gary needs a new pair of shoes!" while shaking the dice. Eels and Escalators is the only game that SpongeBob does not like to play with Patrick because he always loses.


  • Eels and Escalators is based on Chutes and Ladders.
  • When Patrick goes up all the Escalators he tells SB he'll lose if he rolls Eels again and SB cheers when he nearly gets Escalators but if he knows that Patrick had gone up all the Escalators why didn't he know that he'll lose no matter what?
  • Patrick says that Eels and Escalators are his favorite but in Good Ol' Whatshisname his favorite game is Parcheesi.
  • it only appeared in Sailor Mouth
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