Squilliam FancysonSquilliam Fancyson is a squid that attended Squidward's band class, and always puts him down. He is a very wealthy, snooty, unibrow-endowed rival of Squidward who looks down at Squidward for being just a lowly cashier in a greasy spoon. He owns a private yacht, a private lake, a private heliport, a private island, and a balloon/casino. He is also the leader of a big fancy band. He owns beautiful clothes, velvet shirts with a leather collar, and gold-silver alloy buttons for his leather cloak. Squilliam's name is a combination of the name 'William' and the name 'squid' (Squidward has a similar combination of his name, which is "squid" and "Edward"). Squilliam's first appearance was in Band Geeks, where he challenged Squidward to play his band at the Bubble Bowl, commenting that he could not make it. Also, he comments that he is living Squidward's dream. However, Squilliam lied, and came anyway because he wanted to watch Squidward blow it. However, at the end of "Band Geeks," Squilliam, painfully aware of how good Squidward's band's performance is, has a heart attack and is rushed to the hospital, therefore, Squidward gets him back. Squidward is painfully jealous and schemes constantly to show Squilliam he is not a loser. He later returns in "Squilliam Returns" and thinks that Squidward is the owner of a five-star restaurant. Once again, Squidward fails to impress him when chaos erupts. He is commonly described as "the guy who made millions doing what you (Squidward) wish you could do." Squilliam is voiced by Dee Bradley Baker.
Gill GilliamGill Gilliam is a doctor who works in the Bikini Bottom hospital. In addition to being a doctor, he is a veterinarian, snail disease expert, and snail expert too. He first appeared in "I Was a Teenage Gary," where he told SpongeBob that in order to cure Gary, he must inject him with Snail Plasma. He later appeared in "Suds," where he assigned treatment to SpongeBob when he had the "suds." In "Squid's Day Off," he helped get Mr. Krabs's arms back on him after they fell off. In "The Bully," he told Flatts the flounder that he was in the hospital and that SpongeBob had performed CPR on him for five hours straight. In "No Weenies Allowed," he recommended that SpongeBob go to the Weenie Hut General Hospital, rather than the hospital he was in. He does not like to be touched by those who have food poisoning, such that Mr. Krabs had in "Born Again Krabs." He performed 20 hour-surgery on SpongeBob's gluteus maximus by repairing it with staples and glue. He later appeared in "The Lost Mattress" where he told SpongeBob, Patrick, and Squidward to retrieve Mr. Krabs' money after he fell into a "cash-coma." He made a brief cameo in SquidBob TentaclePants, where he told a woman that she had given birth to a healthy baby, only to have the fused Spongebob and Squidward to teleport in the baby's place as he shows it to the woman. His name was not revealed until the episode "Once Bitten." He convinced the Bikini Bottomites that Mad Snail Disease is a myth. He is usually purple when seen, except in "Once Bitten" where he is orange. He wears a white buttoned coat and glasses. He took a "small" splinter out of Gary's foot thereby curing Grouchy Snailitis. He is also the dentist in Bikini Bottom, as seen in "Midlife Crustacean." He is voiced by Rodger Bumpass. Also he is one of the only fish with fingers.
Old Man JenkinsOld Man Jenkins is an elderly fish whom resides at Shady Shoals Rest Home. He used to live in the Krusty Krab before Mr. Krabs turned it into a restaurant. He is usually seen in the Krusty Krab or in downtown Bikini Bottom. It is possible that he is related to Farmer Jenkins. He was eaten by Mystery in "My Pretty Seahorse. Old Man Jenkins is possibly friends with Mama Krabs, as revealed in "Sailor Mouth." Jenkins also drives a large boat. In "Once Bitten", he was the first to suggest that everyone was a zombie. His name might be a reference to the Clint Eastwood film Hang 'em High where there is a character named "Old Man Jenkins." He is sometimes depicted as a purple, disabled fish. He was voiced by Mr. Lawrence in "Sailor Mouth", Tom Kenny in "My Pretty Seahorse." Also, he seems to change appearances. In "My Pretty Seahorse", he looks rather big and his head takes a certain shape. Then in Sailor Mouth, he looks slightly like he does in Once Bitten except he was purple rather than dull yellow. In The Sponge Who Could Fly he is tall, orange, and skinny. In Sing a Song of Patrick, he is the only one to enjoy Patrick's song, "I Wrote This". It is possible that he is related to Farmer/Sailor/Cannonball Jenkins and Old Man Jenkins from "Friend or Foe."(It is also possible that they're the same person.) Old Man Jenkins is also seen in the episode "Fear of a Krabby Patty." He sometimes gets locked in the Krusty Krab, as revealed in "Krabs a la Mode." In that same episode, he unknowlingly swallowed Plankton, during one of Plankton's evil plans. He also makes an appearance in "Roller Cowards," where he visited Glove World on his birthday, but was unable to go on the ride because he had a broken arm, a broken leg, and is in a wheelchair. SpongeBob and Patrick thought that he got injured on the roller coater they're afraid to go on.
TomTom first appeared in the episode "Ripped Pants" where he eats a Krabby Patty. He is friends with Fred, and his name was revealed in "Patty Hype." In "Ghost Host," Tom has a job as a mattress salesman. He is also a cameraman for the Bikini Bottom News. In "Chocolate With Nuts," it is revealed that Tom is a chocoholic, constantly yelling out "CHOCOLATE!!!!!" whenever he saw Spongebob and Patrick. Tom is a regular customer of the Krusty Krab, where he is seen most often. It was revealed in "Pranks a Lot" that Tom drives a tour bus in Bikini Bottom. In "The Fry Cook Games," it is revealed that he is married to Mable and has a son, Timmy. Tom also appears in "Hocus Pocus" with his son, Timmy. In I Had an Accident, Tom is seen in an "iron butt" complaining, "Oh man, It itches" as Dr. Gill Gilliam shows Spongebob how he might be treated if he "broke" his butt again. In "Breath of Fresh Squidward," it is revealed that he has a daughter, and is married to an orange fish witha purple dress. He is heard with a woman's voice in Doing Time and The Sponge Who Could Fly. He wears a purple shirt and blue pants. He is voiced by Dee Bradley Baker. Like many other fish in Bikini Bottom, Tom serves mainly as a background character. He is also played by the actor who constantly yells out: MY LEG!!!
French NarratorThe French Narrator speaks at the start of some episodes of SpongeBob SquarePants and does this with a heavy French accent. While he is mostly unseen, he was struck by a boat and knocked unconscious in No Free Rides, where it is seen he's a fish similar to Fred (see "Fred"). What the Narrator says is purely fictional and is mainly a character introduction; however, his accent and sealife 'expertise' suggests he is an homage to Jacques-Yves Cousteau, the world-famous sealife expert who died in 1997. On the November 16, 2004 episode of Fresh Air with Terry Gross, Tom Kenny admitted that Cousteau was the inspiration for the French narrator, as SpongeBob SquarePants creator Stephen Hillenburg considers Cousteau an idol. The voice of the French Narrator is done by Tom Kenny, who also does the voices of SpongeBob SquarePants and Gary the Snail, among others. In Can You Spare a Dime?, a shot appeared with text (or time cards, as the character Patrick Star calls them) saying "So much later that the old narrator got tired of waiting and they had to hire a new one," being read by an unknown narrator with an English accent.
Patchy the PiratePatchy the Pirate is a nonfictional character in the Nickelodeon animated series, SpongeBob SquarePants. He likely did not use Patch the Pirate, to avoid confusion with a not-so-well-known personality. He is a live-action character who hosts the SpongeBob SquarePants specials and major events. He is the president of the SpongeBob SquarePants Fan Club and is portrayed by Tom Kenny (who also voices SpongeBob and Gary).
It is stated by Polly the Parrot that he loses everything, including his eye, arm, and leg. He has an eyepatch (that switches eyes every scene or two) and hook for a hand that alternates between his left and right hands. Patchy also has a black beard and wears a hat and other pirate accessories. In "Christmas Who?" Patchy accidentally hit his eye, and switched his eye patch between eyes. In "The Sponge Who Could Fly," it is inferred that he must remove his hook and peg leg in order to take a shower. Patchy even has a spare foot, for when he goes outside.
He resides in a small home in Encino, California. His bedroom is filled with SpongeBob-themed items such as plush toys, collectibles, bedspreads, and pillows. He also wears SpongeBob underwear. His next door neighbor, an elderly woman named Mrs. Johnson has been known to make cookies for him, and he requests they be put in a doggie bag. He has a pet parrot, Polly, who is also his sidekick. They tend to not get along, such as in Ugh! where Patchy had interest in the prehistoric times, while Polly liked the future.
As president of the SpongeBob SquarePants fan club, Patchy hosts special episodes and events. He appeared in the following television specials: Christmas Who?, Shanghaied, Party Pooper Pants, The Sponge Who Could Fly, SpongeBob B.C. (Before Comedy), and Friend or Foe?. He was on the TV Special with Tony Hawk on Where's Gary? where Patchy and Tony look for Gary by following a slime trail, Patchy ended up on Friday Night Slimetime while Tony ended up in Times Square. In "The Sponge Who Could Fly," Patchy reveals that he lost an episode of SpongeBob. He tells everyone to forget about SpongeBob. However, a map comes flying through the window, which leads to the lost episode. He set out on the treasure hunt. The journey entailed taking 10 paces past Mrs. Johnson's house, walking past Don's Import Store and Delicatessen, to the forked tree, and finally crossing the Seven Trials of Monkey Lagoon (seven playground attractions at a public park named Monkey Lagoon). When all is said and done, he uncovers the Lost Episode and presents it to everyone. He hosted the SpongeBob marathon, The Best Day Ever on a boat in New York City harbor. In his opinion, New York City is the best city ever. While hosting the marathon, he played chess with his teddy bear (and lost), read magazines (such as one about Jessica Alba), and wrote in his diary with a seahorse pen. He also revealed that he had an extreme childhood fear of seahorses, and thereby was frightened by his pen. He also read books, drank hot cocoa, and ate cookies. He later fell asleep at midnight, and missed #85, "Shell of a Man." He is still asleep after this episode, with his hook in his mouth. In the middle of the night, Patchy woke up to announce #61, "Suds" and came up the excuse that he was "resting his eyes." However he was mumbling and stumbling over his words in the process as a sign that he was half-asleep and, ironically, skipped numbers 62-73. After that he went back to sleep. He did not fully wake up until after #43, Nature Pants. His alarm clock rang at 8 a.m. It sounds similar to a boat horn. He had Pirate Flakes cereal and Orange Juice for breakfast. He also got a back massage, and told the viewers about the Empire State Building.