Role in Alice in WonderlandEdit
When Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum warn Alice that her curious nature could get her in trouble they proceed to tell her the story of poor oysters who met their demise because of their curiosity.
The Walrus and the Carpenter were traveling through the beach when the Carpenter discovered a family of oysters. The Walrus tricks them into coming with them on a walk unaware that duo was planning to eat them. The Walrus used his clever lies to arouse the oysters curiosity and with a merry Pied Piper-like dance lure them to a restaurant built by the Carpenter in less then a few seconds. Once there the Walrus tricks the Carpenter into preparing some food so he can eat all the oysters himself. When the Carpenter returns he calls the little oysters and when they do not respond, he looks for them and behind the menu, he sees the empty oyster shells and realizes that he has been betrayed. He becomes furious with the Walrus then proceeds to chase after him and get his revenge.
They are later seen near the end of the film in the final chase sequence when Alice tries to escape from Wonderland. In the scene the Walrus and the Carpenter, along with the other characters in the film chase Alice through a vortex leading her back to the doorway home.
Role in the series
The Walrus and Carpenter reprise their role from the movie, although despite being Wonderlandians, they don't join the Shell Louge Squad. this because they're story-lore characters, and tecincly, don't exsit outside of Tweedledee & Tweedledum's imagination. But that didn't stop them from appearing in the mad chase in the end of the film (in the origenal verson, the chase sence never appeared in the Spongebob Verson) but, Scroopfan may have a change of heart for them.