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    Bikini Bottom Police Force

    Bikini Bottom Police Force
    These guys are the kinds of police force you don't want protecting your city.
    Gender: Males and Females
    Type: Unlikeable Excuses for Police Officers
    Age: Adults
    Portrayed by: Sirena Irwin
    Jill Talley
    Dee Bradley Baker
    Thomas F. Wilson
    Mr. Lawrence
    Status: Alive
    Media of origin: SpongeBob SquarePants
    First appearance: Hall Monitor


    The Bikini Bottom Police Department (BBPD) is the main law enforcement entity in Bikini Bottom from SpongeBob SquarePants. This includes officers, wardens, prison guards, SWAT Team, and riot guards. Their headquarters is the Police Station. It first appears in the episode "Hall Monitor".

    Why They Should Get Fired And Arrested

    1. They are without a doubt biased for believing the innocent has littered and they are hypocritically blind to the fact that they cannot tell the difference between wearing a bikini and being naked in the episode "Someone's in the Kitchen with Sandy".
    2. In the first episode they appear in "Hall Monitor", they make fun of and scare Patrick by showing him the maniac photo .
    3. In episodes such as "Keep Bikini Bottom Beautiful", one officer constantly extended Squidward’s community service sentence whenever he saw litter near him despite the fact that it wasn't Squidward’s fault. Luckily, Squilliam was sentenced after his statue melted due to the horrible smell of Squidward’s garbage statue.
    4. The only time they made an impulsive arrest where it was funny for a bit was in "Patrick-Man!".
      • Patrick, being the dumb character that he is, misunderstood Mrs. Puff's intentions and misinformed the guards that Mrs. Puff was a "Boat Thief" (which Patrick spelled wrong). Even so, it is still another unjustified action from the police.
    5. Another example is in the season 3 episode "Party Pooper Pants" when despite the fact they understood SpongeBob was actually breaking into his own house, they arrest him anyway just because he didn't invite them to his party. Most cartoon police are like this, such as Chief Wiggum, but these guys are too idiotic.
    6. Much like a lot of background characters in the show, they are complete and ruthless punks who try to make the lives of every main character in the show (SpongeBob, Patrick, Sandy, Mr. Krabs, Plankton, and especially Squidward and Mrs. Puff) a living hell for little to no reason. Sure, SpongeBob and or Patrick can be a nuisance, but the townsfolk still act too harshly.
    7. They were dumb enough to let SpongeBob and Patrick commit false arrests on innocent people including one of their officers and allowed the jail to explode in "Shuffleboarding".
    8. They were at their worst in "SpongeBob's Last Stand" because they, along with the rest of the Bikini Bottomites, didn't listen to SpongeBob and Patrick, who want Jellyfish Fields safe from demolition. So they arrest them, and throw them to the outskirts of town while Plankton was building a highway that would Jellyfish Fields into a wasteland. So that means the angry jellyfish attacking them for ruining their home later on was totally justified.
    9. They don't serve much purpose to the episodes other than making them filler characters, similar to the Kanker Sisters.
    10. No matter how smug they act, they never get punished for their actions of abusing their authority, making them Karma Houdinis.

    Redeeming Qualities

    1. The voice actors mentioned in the info box do decent jobs voicing them.
    2. The impulsive arrests can be justified and pretty funny at times, but other times, it can still be unjust actions from the police.
    3. In “Sentimental SpongeBob”, the Sanitation Police at least had a good reason to condemn SpongeBob’s home until he got rid of his junk. This was because SpongeBob hoarding his junk was a health hazard and he could get himself and his neighbors very sick, so Squidward had to report his actions to the police.
    4. At least they were more competent in their roles as police in seasons 1-5.
      • They made a hilarious arrest in "Life of Crime", by arresting SpongeBob and Patrick when SpongeBob and Patrick for only three seconds because the balloon they thought they stole from the balloon stand was given away for Free Balloon Day.
      • In "No Free Rides"., they rightfully arrested Mrs. Puff when she stole SpongeBob's new boatmobile.
      • In "The Smoking Peanut", they arrested Mr. Krabs for stealing the clam's pearl, which was actually an egg.
      • In "SpongeBob Meets the Strangler", they showed up out of nowhere to arrest the Tattletale Strangler when SpongeBob told him off for littering. They were kind enough to tell l SpongeBob that they chained him up so he won’t be able to strangle him. Then they arrested the strangler a second time all because they thought SpongeBob helped put the strangler behind bars.
      • They arrested Plankton after he was defeated in the first movie.
      • In "Driven to Tears", they arrested SpongeBob after he told the truth to the judge that he was the one who littered by tearing up Patrick's license, thus giving him a 90-day jail sentence.
      • In "Good Ol' Whatshisname", they arrested Squidward for stealing a customer's wallet and for running past a stop sign.
      • In "The Krusty Sponge", one undercover officer arrested Mr. Krabs for poisoning his customers with his “spongy patties”.
      • In “Goo Goo Gas”, they arrested Plankton after SpongeBob reported him for plotting to steal the Krabby Patty formula, but unfortunately, Plankton got out of the handcuffs thanks to his puny arms and escaped his arrest.

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