How Did Mr Krabs Die: is It Possible That Spongebob is Responsible for the Death of Mr. Krabs?

Eugene Harold Krabs, also known as Mr. Krabs, is one of the ten main characters in the SpongeBob SquarePants franchise. He was born on November 30, 1942. He is a grumpy red crab that lives in an anchor with his young whale daughter, Pearl. He owns and started the Krusty Krab restaurant and hires both SpongeBob and Squidward to work there.

Stephen Hillenburg, a teacher of marine biology, came up with the idea for Mr. Krabs. Hillenburg got a lot of letters from fans who wanted to know why Pearl is a whale and her father is a crab.   Hillenburg just wanted the main characters to all be different animals.

Mr. Krabs’ most noticeable trait is his greed and obsession with money, which means he’s also obsessed with wealth, to the point where he sometimes treats money and wealth better than his daughter and employees. The only business that Mr. Krabs has to worry about is the Chum Bucket, which is run by Sheldon J. Plankton and his wife Karen. Plankton and Karen are always thinking of ways to steal the secret recipe for the Krabby Patty that makes the Krusty Krab so popular.

Clancy Brown usually does Mr. Krabs’ voice, and he first appears in the episode “Help Wanted.”

Voice of Mr. Krabs

The voice of Mr. Krabs is usually done by actor Clancy Brown. Brown says that the character’s voice is “piratey” and has “a little bit of a Scottish brogue.” Brown says that Krabs’ voice was made up on the spot at his audition, and it wasn’t hard for him to find the right voice. Brown likes to play the part.

In 2015, he told the New York Post, “I’d be happy to do that voice until the end of time. Playing a grumpy crab on the bottom of the ocean has nothing to do with live-action work, like TV, movies, or anything else.”   Brown has said that Mr. Krabs is a good character “not a bad person, just like the banker or businessman down the street. He also likes Pearl.”

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In an interview with the magazine Starlog in 2005, Brown said that his work on SpongeBob was “a whole other career” compared to his live-action roles.

Brown’s other acting jobs have brought some guest stars to SpongeBob SquarePants. One of them is Dennis Quaid, who appeared in the episode “Grandpappy the Pirate” because he worked with Brown on “The Express: The Ernie Davis Story.”

How Did Mr.Krabs Die?

According to the evidence presented in The Trial of SpongeBob SquarePants, Mr. Krabs was discovered dead inside his restaurant. The wound can also be noticed in his throat. The wound was created by the metal spatula, as the coroner came to the conclusion, and a spatula quite similar to the one that was located close to his body. The spatula was completely covered in his blood all the way around.

In addition to that, the back of his head showed evidence of having been struck by something. In addition to this, the ground inside the Krusty Krab was extremely slippery. It was covered in the grease from cooking. Additionally, the grease had multiple footprints, one of which belonged to the main character of the episode. However, there was no evidence of his footprints in the puddle of blood that Mr. Krab had left behind.

how did mr krabs die

There were no signs of a break-in, but the cash register at the Krusty Krab was empty. On the other hand, his safe was found to be open, and the secret recipe for the Krabby Patty was also missing.

Mr. Krabs’ claw was hurt, but it was starting to get better. It means that the cut or wound wasn’t caused by this murder, but instead happened a few weeks before this happened.

Who Put Mr. Krabs to Death?

There have been many claims about who killed Mr. Krabs and left him in such a terrible state. In one of the sentences, it says that SpongeBob killed Mr. Krabs. But this claim can’t be taken at face value.

Plankton, who is also in the show, has his own restaurant called Chum Bucket. Some theories say that Plankton is the one who killed Mr. Krabs. As the investigation went on, it turned out that SpongeBob worked for Mr. Krabs, and even though the sponge had worked at the restaurant for a long time, Mr. Krabs had never fired him.

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