History Series / TheSuperMarioBrosSuperShow

31st May '16 5:36:32 PM themisterfree
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** Game show host Jim Lange, of ''Series/TheDatingGame'', ''Series/BullseyeUS'' and ''Series/TheOneMillionChanceOfALifetime'', showed up in one episode to assist Mario when Lugi was hit on the head by their furnace and though he was a game show host.

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** Game show host Jim Lange, of ''Series/TheDatingGame'', ''Series/BullseyeUS'' ''Series/BullseyeUS'', ''Series/NameThatTune'' and ''Series/TheOneMillionChanceOfALifetime'', showed up in one episode to assist Mario when Lugi Luigi was hit on the head by their furnace and though thought he was a game show host.
31st May '16 12:45:09 AM Nintendoman01
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* CardCarryingVillain: Koopa ''knows'' he's evil and revels in it.


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* ForTheEvulz: Most of Koopa's motive throughout the series is purely for the sake of being evil.


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* IdiotHero: Mario and Luigi are implied to be as such in the episode "Koopenstein." In that episode, Koopa has captured them and plans to use their brains to complete his monster experiment. Before he does so, he measures their combined brain power; according to the scans, Mario and Luigi's combined I.Q. is lower than that of a potted plant, much to Koopa's disbelief:
-->'''Koopa''': [[LampshadeHanging No one is]] ''[[LampshadeHanging that]]'' [[LampshadeHanging stupid]]!
26th May '16 10:10:30 PM Nintendoman01
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* AffectionateParody: Most of the cartoon segments are movie or pop culture parodies. Such examples include "[[Franchise/StarWars Star Koopa]]," "[[Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet Mario and Joliet]]," and "[[Film/TheKarateKid Karate Koopa]]."


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* KnowWhenToFoldEm: Whenever Koopa is defeated, he makes a VillainExitStageLeft.
12th May '16 5:28:10 AM themisterfree
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** Game show host Jim Lange, of ''Series/TheDatingGame'', ''Series/BullseyeUS'' and ''Series/OneMillionChanceOfALifetime'', showed up in one episode to assist Mario when Lugi was hit on the head by their furnace and though he was a game show host.

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** Game show host Jim Lange, of ''Series/TheDatingGame'', ''Series/BullseyeUS'' and ''Series/OneMillionChanceOfALifetime'', ''Series/TheOneMillionChanceOfALifetime'', showed up in one episode to assist Mario when Lugi was hit on the head by their furnace and though he was a game show host.
12th May '16 5:27:48 AM themisterfree
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** Game show host Jim Lange, of ''Series/TheDatingGame'', ''Series/BullseyeUS'' and ''Series/OneMillionChanceOfALifetime'', showed up in one episode to assist Mario when Lugi was hit on the head by their furnace and though he was a game show host.
4th May '16 2:29:11 PM N8han11
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* {{Mondegreen}}: "Oh, [[labelnote:thank]]fuck[[/labelnote]] you, Luigi!" and "Maybe we should stay and [[labelnote:help]] hump[[/labelnote]] the Princess."
** Mario was actually telling Luigi, "How thoughtful, Luigi."
4th May '16 2:28:32 PM N8han11
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** In another episode, Toad appears to be saying "Hey bitch, wanna race?"
*** What episode was that in?!?
20th Apr '16 7:17:20 PM whateveryousay21
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* AdaptationDyeJob: Yes and no with Princess Toadstool- official Nintendo art always leaned towards making her blonde, while ''Super Mario Bros. 2''(and 3) gave her brown hair, the first game actually did have red hair due to palette/hardware limitations(Toadsool and the toads all use the fire Mario palette).
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.
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