Talk:Eugene H. Krabs
What is the origin of the name Eugene H. Krabs? Could it be related to Eugene V. Debs?
This article's just been copied from Wikipedia, which isn't a very good thing.
Friends = Plankton? --18.104.22.168 16:47, 1 December 2007 (GMT)
You're forgetting the special Friend or Foe?
You're also forgetting that he is either a widower(man whose wife is dead) or that he's divorced (split because of strong disagreements
 What a Shame
FROM NOW On, any copied pages from a user is an auto block becuase this website is not called WIKIPEDIA, its called SPONGEPEDIA. --Andrewrox 00:46, 8 December 2007 (GMT)
It says he is 65, he just turned 66, i can't edit, i can only view its sourse.
In the paragraph Personality there are missing some blanks in the following part: "...ce.Mr.Krab's nose is also very,very,very,very sensitive and can smell up to anything that he detests.According..."
Furthermore, in the next paragraph Career there are two links to images which are not existent, as well as in the next paragraph Biography at the really end.
 A war?
In the Krusty Krab Recruitment Video, the narrator says "after the war" and plus in Krusty Sponge Mr. Krabs says "Back in me service days" which war is he talking about? It could not have been World War II, he was stil a kid. is he referring to the battle of bikini bottom?
- He may be referring to Vietnam, but this is not likely. It's probably just something only the residents of Bikini Bottom would understand, much like how Americans associate the term "The War" with World War II. Billy the Random Fish 16:01, 25 January 2011 (CET)
 Eugene H. "Gunner" Krabs
I was just playing SpongeBob SquarePants: Lights, Camera, Pants! (I love that game) and I was looking through the cool extras. In extremely fine print at the bottom of a mock movie poster called "The Bat-Sponge of Bikini Bottom" (a parody of Batman), I read this:
[Also] Starring Patrick Star, Farmer "Cannonball" Jenkins, Eugene "Gunner" Krabs...
"Gunner"? I don't think that nickname has ever been used in the TV show, and it only appears once, in very fine print that you can barely read, at the bottom of 1 mock movie poster in a video game made in 2004-05. Should this be added to his description? I could add something like this:
In the video game "SpongeBob SquarePants: Lights, Camera, Pants!", in the Art Gallery section of the Extras menu, if the player has unlocked it, there will be a mock movie poster entitled "The Bat-Sponge of Bikini Bottom" (a parody of Batman). In very fine print at the bottom of the poster, it lists "other stars". This includes an entry that reads "Eugene 'Gunner' Krabs". This could mean that Mr. Krabs' nickname is "Gunner". He possibly got this nickname during his military service.
If only somebody could unblock this page... Billy the Random Fish 16:01, 25 January 2011 (CET)
- Cool, somebody unblocked it! I'll take that as permission to add my info. Billy the Random Fish 00:15, 26 January 2011 (CET)
Please add it to the nickname and trivia section only, but not to the name itself (the bold article starter). Myotis 00:32, 26 January 2011 (CET)
- Umm, sure. :) Billy the Random Fish 14:43, 26 January 2011 (CET)