Prostitution becomes legal in Bikini Bottom, and it seems like Mr. Krabs can't get enough dick. That is until his mother jumps onto the scene. Can Mr. Krabs out whore his own mother? Meanwhile Plankton steals the formula, but no one fucking cares because there all to busy getting there cocks sucked by a couple of elderly crustaceans.
When Mr. Krabs gets the "million dollar" hat, he goes back to his back yard where the previous buyers of the hat are all gathered, later to find none of them are interested in buying the hat at all. This is unrealistic that they would all still be waiting for him to return having known that the hat is now worthless.
The name of the episode is a reference to the saying "One man's trash is another man's treasure," coincidentally, The French narrator says exactly the same phrase at the beginning of the episode.
When the undead army appears, Mr. Krabs describes the many gruesome things zombies are known for doing in many stories and films depicting them.
When SpongeBob gives Mr. Krabs a bill, and then goes home to search for more money, he comes back with 2 bills in his hand.
When Mr. Krabs is standing infront of smitty's grave it says " Smitty Werben Man Jensen" but, according to the name, Mr. Krabs told SpongeBob it really should be "Smitty Werben Jager Man Jensen." The illustrater forgot the word "Jager."
When one fish tries to buy an umbrella from Mr. Krabs and is discovered to have holes in it, Mr. Krabs states that it was from the queen of Switzerland. It's illogical that Mr. Krabs (or the fish) know anything about Switzerland, being in the tropical Pacific Ocean.
In Indonesia, Krabs' line, which is "Of course I am!" changed to "Doomed me!"
Also, one of the collectors didn't say "Now that's worth a million dollars." He say "Now that's worth a billion dollars."