SpongeBob's cousin, Stanley, comes to visit. He brought a letter for SpongeBob from his Uncle Sherm. It states that Stanley cannot hold a job because he destroys everything he touches, hoping SpongeBob can deal with Stanley better. This turns out to be true, as Stanley messes up almost every single thing he touches (or in the case of the fridge, empties). This starts to bother SpongeBob. Stanley then gets a job at the Krusty Krab, but whenever he messes things up, SpongeBob willingly blames himself for Stanley's messes so Stanley can keep his job. But SpongeBob eventually can't take this any more, and SpongeBob tells Mr. Krabs about how he was constantly counterframing Stanley for his mishaps. But Mr. Krabs has an idea, and he tells Stanley to get a job at the Chum Bucket, with the purpose of destroying the Chum Bucket, and taking advantage of Stanley's troubles. Plankton hires Stanley, thinking that his fry cook skills would be as good as SpongeBob's, as Stanley is related to him by blood. But Stanley accidentally destroys the Chum Bucket, much to Krabs' delight.
Stanley also appeared in SpongeBob Squiggle in SketchBob where the player have to make Stanley gives food to Jellyfishes in each round.
When Mr. Krabs rolls around on the money it isn't on fire but part of him and his clothes turn black.
This is the final episode that premiered in 2007.
This episode and Banned In Bikini Bottom are the first to be rated TV-Y7 making the rest before the TV-Y rating.
This was the last episode on Netflix.
Stanley SquarePants is a possible parody to Stanley Yelnats IV in the book (later a movie) Holes.
Mr. Krabs Nephews are a parody of Donald Duck's nephews, Hewy, Dewy and Louie, and the fact that they solve mysterious things, a parody of their role in the show DuckTales.
When Stanley changes the channels on the television, a parody of Rocky and Bullwinkle appears.
When SpongeBob serves the tired customers it said "Help Wanted" in the south east corner.
In the scene where Stanley destroys SpongeBob's refrigerator, a brown liquid is thrown on SpongeBob's face. In the next scene when Stanley destroys SpongeBob's toilet, the brown liquid is gone.
When Stanley is crying, SpongeBob looks at his watch. In the next shot it's gone. (the camera even zooms in on SpongeBob hand to guarantee it's gone)
In the scene where Stanley questioned SpongeBob if he works at the Krusty Krab, if you look closely, you can see the pictures moved after SpongeBob explained the pictures.
When Sandy's relative from Scotland speaks, he or she is blowing on a pipe, and a bubble comes out and it comes out of his or her helmet and pops. That is impossible unless there is a door where the bubble can leave from, otherwise, it went right through the glass.