Snooks, Spitner and Snooks is a law firm based in 308 Chauncey Street, Brooklyn, New York. Mentioned in Joey Drew's home apartment at the end of Chapter 5 in Bendy and the Ink Machine, little is known about them aside from the fact that they filed a bankruptcy report concerning Joey Drew Studios' bankruptcy.
in 1959, following a court hearing on August 15 at the time of 9:30 AM, Snooks, Spitner and Snooks filed a bankruptcy report directed at Joey Drew Studios, concerning its unethical working conditions as well as its increasingly deteriorating general health and safety status.
Despite granting Joey Drew 12 days to pay his debt caused by him mismanaging his own company, Snooks, Spitner and Snooks condemned Joey Drew Studios in accordance to bylaw 11 U.S. Code § 1125, which prohibits the misrepresentation of legally established companies (in this case, it is referring to Joey claiming that there was absolutely nothing wrong with Joey Drew Studios, which was false), believing that Joey was clearly incapable of paying off the aforementioned debt due to the circumstances.
- As with many named establishments, aside from Gent, Bendy Land and Joey Drew Studios, the only mention of Snooks, Spitner and Snooks is found in a bankruptcy report found in Joey Drew's apartment.
- 308 Chauncey Street is a real life address in Brooklyn, New York, though it is a residential address.