After Squidward eats a rather distorted and sandy Krabby Patty retrieved from its burial and realizes that he actually likes them, he wants another one, so he orders a Triple Krabby Supreme, but since he does not want SpongeBob noticing that he likes Krabby Patties, he lets the "customer"'s identity remain unknown. Squidward gets overwhelmed by watching SpongeBob cook the burger, so much so that he imagines a steam cloud from the grill, kissing his nose.
After SpongeBob finishes cooking it, he bursts out of the kitchen and exclaims the patty's name, asking who ordered it. Receiving no response, he comes to conclusion that the customer left, but Squidward recommends saving it in case they return. SpongeBob disagrees and states that a patty as special as the Triple Krabby Supreme should be eaten fresh, and since he had not eaten one in over 20 minutes, he does so and deems whomever ordered it to have great taste, then returning to the kitchen, leaving Squidward sad over the patty's disappearance.