Does Plankton cross the Moral Event Horizon in the email@example.com 21:45, April 24, 2011 (UTC)Robinsonbecky
You should had the Scapegoat cathegory, because I think Plankton often gets punished more than he deserves.
COMPLETE MONSTER VERSUS OUTRIGHT VILLAIN
Plankton is an evil character, yes - but so are all villains.. he is "played for laughs" in most episodes and is not designed to repulse the audience thus evades the Complete Monster genre.. some may argue otherwise but in the end that is how it goes: compare him to a character like Ed's Brother and you'll see what I mean.. we never laugh at Complete Monsters, we laugh at Plankton.. even if he does do evil things Inferno Pendragon 23:44, March 29, 2012 (UTC)
Could you please add the category Incriminators to this page please? The plot line of the Spongebob movie was that Plankton framed Mr. Krabs for stealing Neptune's crown. Thank you David M. Hallsen 04:15, August 4, 2012 (UTC)
Plankton are any drifting organism that inhabits the pelagic zone of oceans, seas, or bodies of fresh water. It is a description of life-style rather than a genetic classification. They are widely considered to be some of the most important organisms on Earth, due to the food supply they provide to most aquatic life.
Someone add him to Complete Monster. He is one in the movie and the movie happens after the series. This technically makes him one no matter what since plan Z might have been his final act of evil.
Could the Egomaniac catagory be added to Plankton? He had all those monuments of himself in the movie after all.
From Nobody to Nightmare, Falsely Accused Villains, Parasites, Animal Cruelty, Slavedrivers, Dictators, Evil Genius, Criminals, Liars, Charismatic Villain, Thief, Married Villains, Hotheads, Failure-Intolerant Villains, and Self-Harmers. Danstaw1223 (talk) 21:27, May 30, 2014 (UTC)
Lock the page for me please