Larry's Gym (Episode)

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Larry's Gym
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Episode No.: 195b
Season: 9
Airdate: February 15, 2016
Previous Episode: SpongeBob LongPants
Next Episode: The Fish Bowl
Characters Voice actors
SpongeBob SquarePants Tom Kenny
Squidward Tentacles Rodger Bumpass
Mr. Krabs Clancy Brown
Larry Doug Lawrence
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Larry's Gym is an episode from Season 9.

Contents

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[edit] Plot

The episode begins with Larry the Lobster announcing the opening of his gym in front of a crowd. Larry comments that he is opening his gym to everyone in Bikini Bottom after seeing most are out of shape but at the price of a lifetime membership much to the displeasure of the crowd. However, Larry says that for only today, everything is free much to the excitement of the crowd who rushes inside of the gym. Customers sign in membership forms and Mr. Krabs suddenly appears upon hearing the word "free" from Larry who then rushes inside of the gym as well. Larry agrees to help anyone but sees SpongeBob struggling to open a door whom he tells it's automatic. SpongeBob isn't even heavy enough for the door to open and Larry assists SpongeBob inside. Larry then spots Mr. Krabs trying to leave with an excercise bike and reminds him the first visit is free. Mr. Krabs heads back inside mistakenly hearing that it will be forever free if he doesn't leave. Larry is eager to work out but must file out all of the membership forms first. Inside, Larry is seen going through the paperwork and is worn out until SpongeBob walks up to him showing his cramps. Larry advises SpongeBob to always stay hydrated and gives him a bottle of water which SpongeBob drinks and his cramps heal. Larry then agrees to personally train SpongeBob but only if he signs a lifetime membership which he does (with some difficulty). Larry walks SpongeBob over to the exercise equipment and SpongeBob (after seeing Mr. Krabs barely lifting a large set of weights) starts to doubt himself saying he cannot lift weights. Larry, upon hearing this, puts cotton balls on a cotton swab to see if SpongeBob can lift it but SpongeBob wasn't able to lift it. SpongeBob continues to stay hydrated while Larry walks SpongeBob over to where he leads his exercise class the next day. Larry then decides to show SpongeBob some crunches but SpongeBob simply laughs as he doing this. Larry, who was in the middle of doing paperwork, is annoyed by Mr. Krabs flossing his towel in front of him saying "free towels". Mr. Krabs thanks Larry for the free membership and then leaves not before poking fun at Larry's potbelly as Larry is shown to be out of shape. Larry then enters the exercise room to check up on SpongeBob but is shocked by something.

The next day, at the Krusty Krab, the customers can be seen angry wanting their food and, in the kitchen. SpongeBob is seen very huge and muscular and is struggling with the Krabby Patties. Squidward is also surprised by SpongeBob's appearance and SpongeBob decides to leave back to the gym. SpongeBob arrives at the gym to see Larry completely out of shape. Larry comments saying he has been doing so much paperwork that he doesn't have any time to work out. Larry soon becomes depressed over his appearance with Mr. Krabs drinking his tears thinking it's "free soup". Later, SpongeBob is seen teaching Larry's exercise class demostrating exercise procedures. Larry then walks over back to his desk barely even able to lift anything and SpongeBob eventually comfronts him. Larry then decides to let SpongeBob run the gym but SpongeBob is sad that he's too big and strong to work the grill at the Krusty Krab. Larry and SpongeBob then share a "bro hug" and, suddenly, water pours out of SpongeBob and he returns to normal. Larry concludes that SpongeBob was overhydrated and that those were "water muscles". SpongeBob says that Larry's hug was strong enough to squeeze the water out of him. Larry then shares a laugh with SpongeBob while doing crutches and returns back to normal. Back at the Krusty Krab later that evening, SpongeBob is excited to be working the grill again and Squidward comments that the day was even better as Mr. Krabs never showed up. At Larry's gym, Larry opens the steam room to find Mr. Krabs cooked up. Mr. Krabs then askes Larry if he could rub butter on him.

[edit] Trivia/Goofs

  • This is the second time where an episode ends with Mr. Krabs being cooked up. The first time was in "Wishing You Well".
  • Adam Paloian, storyboard artist shared on his tumblr page there was a scene on this episode that got censored. "Here is a deleted/changed scene that didn't make it past the censors. In this scene, Larry originally said "The only thing worse than donuts is ground glass!" as he forcefully broke a glass cup in a fish incidental's mouth... Hmm, I guess now it kinda makes sense why S&P didn't approve of this one".
  • Bubble Bass makes a brief cameo when the customers are complaining at the Krusty Krab.
  • This episode reveals that SpongeBob is stronger when he is filled with water.
  • Irony: The front door of Larry's Gym is automatic, even though gyms are supposed to promote exercise.
  • Running Gag: Mr. Krabs commenting on the free service at Larry's Gym then calling Larry a "sucker".
  • This is the fifth time SpongeBob is shown as muscular, the first was "MuscleBob BuffPants", during a dream sequence and when he orders inflatable muscles, the second time was "The Fry Cook Games", the third was "Blackened Sponge", when SpongeBob was dreaming, and the fourth time was The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water, when SpongeBob transformed into Invincibubble.
  • Larry's Gym is a parody of Gold's Gym. The episode title card even uses the same font as the Gold's Gym logo.
  • In the episode, it is established that SpongeBob can't lift up lightweight objects. However, other episodes (like "Wet Painters") show him holding heavier objects.
  • SpongeBob often contradicts himself because he is able to hold a pencil, clipboard, and other things, whereas when Larry is pushing him, SpongeBob can't even lift cottonballs.


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