SpongeBob reads a "bad" word off the dumpster behind the Krusty Krabs and he doesn’t know what it means. He asks Pat who explains to him that it’s a fancy word and both of them start using it in every sentence they can. But when Mr. Krabs hears them he goes berserk and warns them never to use it again. Later on, SpongeBob accidentally uses the “bad” word again and Pat runs to tell on him to Mr. Krabs. SpongeBob chases him and in the excitement, Mr. Krabs accidentally stubs his toe and says the “bad” word as well. SpongeBob and Pat can’t believe it and they run to Mr. Krabs mother to tell on him and she makes them all paint her house as punishment. / Squid is teaching an art class at the adult learning center in Bikini Bottom and SpongeBob turns up as his only student. SpongeBob is a natural and Squid crushes his spirit with all his criticism. SpongeBob leaves the class convinced he has no talent. When and art collector arrives moments later and commissions Squid to make a statue for the park, Squid realizes he needs SpongeBob’s help and begs him to come back and try again. But SpongeBob can longer perform like he did and his art now comes out as bad as Squid’s. Frustrated with SpongeBob, Squid destroys all of the supplies and the land in a heap behind him. When the art collector arrives he asks if the heap is his statue and Squid denies he has anything to do with it. We reveal the heap and it is an amazing statue that gets erected in the park with the plaque underneath reading “artist unknown”. Squid is never recognized as an artist at all.