History Series / TheSuperMarioBrosSuperShow

12th Feb '16 2:27:37 PM BuddyBoy600alt
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** The phrase ''Plumber's Log'' is basically a reference to the phrase ''Captain's Log'' from the Sci-Fi series: ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''.
12th Feb '16 2:25:04 PM BuddyBoy600alt
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* EveryEpisodeEnding: The cast would told viewers to do the Mario! In ''Time Out, Luigi", They went "Mario The Do!'' instead of ''Do The Mario!''
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* EveryEpisodeEnding: The cast would told viewers to do the Mario! In ''Time Out, Luigi", They went "Mario The Do!'' instead of ''Do The Mario!''And during the closing credits, As Mario dances, He appears everywhere on the screen.
12th Feb '16 2:18:08 PM BuddyBoy600alt
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12th Feb '16 2:16:17 PM BuddyBoy600alt
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* EveryEpisodeEnging: The cast would told viewers to do the Mario! In ''Time Out, Luigi", They went "Mario The Do!'' instead of ''Do The Mario!''
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* EveryEpisodeEnging: EveryEpisodeEnding: The cast would told viewers to do the Mario! In ''Time Out, Luigi", They went "Mario The Do!'' instead of ''Do The Mario!''
12th Feb '16 2:15:56 PM BuddyBoy600alt
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* EveryEpisodeEnging: The cast would told viewers to do the Mario! In ''Time Out, Luigi", They went "Mario The Do!'' instead of ''Do The Mario!'' -->'''Mario:''' Until Next Time, Everybody..... -->'''Everybody:''' ... Do the Mario!
1st Feb '16 3:21:56 AM Nintendoman01
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* BizarreTasteInFood: In the cartoon segments, Mario often enjoys such food as pepperoni cheesecake and mozzarella milkshakes.

* TrademarkFavoriteFood: The Mario Brothers' apparent obsession with Italian foods. Some of this even managed to [[CanonImmigrant make its way into the games]].
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* TrademarkFavoriteFood: The Mario Brothers' apparent obsession with Bros. ''love'' Italian foods. Some of this even managed to [[CanonImmigrant make its way into foods like pasta and pizza, the games]].latter moreso in the live action segments to the extent they describe themselves as "pizzatarians."
30th Jan '16 5:31:54 AM Kidsy128
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***What episode was that in?!?
13th Jan '16 11:11:48 PM Gravidef
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* VagueAge: The ages of all four of the main characters are never specified. Lou Albano was in his fifties when he played Mario, while Danny Wells, who was Luigi, was in his forties, though this contradicts [[WordOfGod Nintendo's report]] that Mario is twenty-six. It makes sense that they're middle-aged, though, as they not only have their own established plumbing business, but there's never any sign of romantic attraction between Mario and the Princess, who seems to be in her late teens/early twenties. ** Toad is hit with this worst. As noted above, he's the TagalongKid in some episodes (notably "Koopa Klaus," when his only concern at Christmas is presents). However, he's also old enough to be an official Mushroom Retainer (a title he himself uses in a few episodes), is legally able to drive, and is close friends with Hercufleas, a middle-aged man.

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** However, in "The Unzappables," the quartet is given the CementShoes treatment, which is played extremely seriously. Then again, they talk freely underwater and don't seem all that worried about drowning, so it's something of a Zigzagged Trope.
12th Jan '16 11:04:55 PM Gravidef
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** In "The Unzappables," Mario and the gang have to sneak into Koopa's nightclub hideout. Mouser, who's serving as the doorman, fails to realize that the four people in front of him--a short mustachioed man in a hat and suit with red accents, a taller mustachioed man in a hat and suit with green accents, a young woman in a pink dress with long auburn hair, and an extremely short individual wearing a newsboy outfit--might be the quartet of heroes he's fought in ''every single episode.'' And none of Koopa's minions, who are all in the club, recognize them either.

* PowerUpFood: In the Sherlock Holmes episode, Mario eats a meatball sub he'd kept in his pocket, and it gives him the strength to break out of a DeathTrap.
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* PowerUpFood: In the "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes episode, Mario," Mario eats a meatball sub he'd kept in his pocket, and it gives expands his stomach enough to help him the strength to break out of a DeathTrap.

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* PowerUpFood: In ** There's also King James in "Bad Rap," who both looks and sounds like James Brown (though why a soul singer is the Sherlock Holmes episode, Mario eats king of ''Rap'' Land is a meatball sub he'd kept in his pocket, and it gives him question that may never be answered). The same episode also features the strength Flab Boys, a Shout Out to break out of a DeathTrap.the real-life rap duo the Fat Boys.

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* PowerUpFood: ** In "The Unzappables," Mouser is the Sherlock Holmes episode, doorman at Koopa's hideout, which requires a password to get in. When the Mario eats a meatball sub he'd kept in his pocket, gang (in disguise) approaches, he asks them for the password; they take too long to think about it, and it gives him he yells, "IT'S 'CHEESE BALLS!'" After they enter, Mouser [[BreakingTheFourthWall turns to the strength to break out of a DeathTrap.audience]] and remarks that [[{{Irony}} some people are really stupid.]]
11th Jan '16 9:00:13 AM Prfnoff
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'''''The Super Mario Bros. Super Show''''' is a 1989 animated/live action [[Creator/DiCEntertainment DiC]] production and an AnimatedAdaptation of Creator/{{Nintendo}}'s flagship games, featuring the adventures of those plucky plumbers from Brooklyn (it's unlikely that the show has anything canon with the games outside of setting and characters, so consider it an AlternateContinuity), the Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario is voiced and portrayed live by the professional wrestler Wrestling/CaptainLouAlbano, with Danny Wells as Luigi.
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'''''The ''The Super Mario Bros. Super Show''''' Show'' is a 1989 animated/live action [[Creator/DiCEntertainment DiC]] production and an AnimatedAdaptation of Creator/{{Nintendo}}'s flagship games, featuring the adventures of those plucky plumbers from Brooklyn (it's unlikely that the show has anything canon with the games outside of setting and characters, so consider it an AlternateContinuity), the Franchise/SuperMarioBros Mario is voiced and portrayed live by the professional wrestler Wrestling/CaptainLouAlbano, with Danny Wells as Luigi.
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