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    Harold (SpongeBob SquarePants)

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    Gender: Male
    Species: Dogfish
    Portrayed by: Doug Lawrence

    Dee Bradley Baker
    Clancy Brown
    Tom Kenny
    Mark Fite

    Media of origin: SpongeBob SquarePants

    Harold (aka Incidental 40, Bill, Reginald and Scott) is a minor/background character in SpongeBob SquarePants, who is mostly well known for his line "Big, meaty, claws!" in the episode Band Geeks.

    Why His Act Doesn't Put People To Sleep

    1. He's one of the funniest background characters in SpongeBob SquarePants, and has already had several memes known to fans of the show.
    2. His biggest memes of his are "We'll Show You Old Man!" and "Big, meaty, claws!"
    3. He's probably the most memorable background character in the show.
    4. The scenes where he starts a fight with a character are hilarious and are the main reason he is so memorable.
    5. Despite being shown as an aggressive character in some episodes, he can also be nice at times.
    6. He is present in almost every episode of the series, sometimes playing a big role or small lines and sometimes being used only as a prop.
    7. He has a good design, as are almost all the characters in the show.

    Bad Qualities

    1. Like most of the other Bottomites, he may be unlikable because of his aggressive behavior in some episodes.
    2. His infamous and racist quote from Sun Bleached.
      • Your Hideously white skin just ruined the party I mean, look at you Do you hug your mother with that skin.
    3. He seems to hate old people, as seen in "Band Geeks" (to Mr. Krabs) and "The Bully" (to an old fish).



    In "Band Geeks" and "Squirrel Jokes", Harold talks with an Australian accent.


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