The segment, animated in stop motion like most other sketches on the program, features Mr.
He also notes his problem with Mr.
Krabs frequently exploits his restaurant's popularity, engaging in price gouging  and charging his own employees for use of the building's services.
Description: Krabs has a tentative father-son relationship with SpongeBob; Krabs often scolds him if he gets in trouble, but at times gives him fatherlike advice. Halliburton , then called the character a comedic representation of "unchecked, unthinking, unregulated capitalism.