Machinima: Supermarioglitchy4s Super Mario 64 Bloopers

With Mario the Retard and SMG4 the Idiot, come on everybody it's Mario bloopers!
Toad: yeah well that's life

supermarioglitchy4 is an Australian YouTube user most famous for his "Super Mario 64 Bloopers" series, one of many on the site, and as of May 2015 has over 400,000 subscribers. The series chronicles the misadventures of Mario, his brother Luigi, his "boss" SMG4, and a plethora of Original Characters based off of other Mario 64-video making users.

The stories are nonsensical, and there are quite a few spelling and grammar errors... but it's all part of the charm.

Now has a Characters page.

This series provides examples of:

  • Accidental Pervert: When SMG3 and Bowser team up to kidnap the Princess, Bowser knocks out a security guard using a rock and they both walk into the room, only to find Peach taking a shower. Lucky the curtain was closed, though.
  • Acid Reflux Nightmare: "Ssenmodnar 5", when SMG4 tells Mario he fell asleep watching the video starring Toad and him.
  • Acid Trip Dimension: The Weegee World, where every surface is covered in Weegee's image.
  • A Day in the Limelight:
    • Luigi got one in "Luigi and the Haunted Mansion", followed by "A Lost Luigi" about a year and a half later.
      • Also for Luigi: the 2013 Halloween special "Luigi's Retarded Mansion".
    • SMG3 got many: "SMG3's Plan to Destroy SMG4 Cause He Felt Like It", "Join the Evil Side", and "Two Evil Friends", among others.
  • Affably Evil: Bowser, starting from "Hotel Mario".
  • A Fool and His New Money Are Soon Parted: Wario and Waluigi in The Wacky Wario bros: Money Mayhem. They become rich after swiping a stolen Briefcase Full of Money from a thief, but it eventually goes to Mario to help satisfy his lust for spaghetti until the police take it all back.
  • All Just a Dream
    • In "A Trip to Teletubbie Land", Mario has a nasty accident while fixing the castle pipes and ends up in a land full of Teletubbies. At the end, it was revealed to be dream, but the pipes weren't fixed yet.
  • all lowercase letters: All text is written like this in the 2011, 2012 and 2013 bloopers, except when a character is voicing strong emotion. This is less invoked in SMG4's recent bloopers.
  • Ambidextrous Sprite: A man is seen holding a "!raeN si dnE ehT" at one point. He actually says it like so as well, and X dismisses him: "I don't want your Japanese crap."
  • Ambiguously Gay:
    • A lot of characters have such moments, but Toad, Luigi, Bowser (following his Heel-Face Turn) and Mario stand out.
    • Every Mook in Operation G.A.Y was a sprite of Luigi, some of them wearing a Princess Peach dress.
  • Art Shift: Done deliberately whenever a character is doing something not possible in Super Mario 64, where Garry's Mod ragdolls are used instead.
    • Possibly the biggest examples are in "Retard Karts 101", where because of the lack of Garry's Mod models done in SM64 style, Luigi shifts from being a recolor of Mario to a black-eyed plush which resembles Luigi's colors in the Mario canon more closely. This is only excluded during closeups of Luigi's front side, where he returns to SM64 Luigi.
      • Peach, Wario, and Waluigi after he goes buff swap to Garry's Mod ragdolls (which look like their modern counterparts) when driving their karts, while Wario returns to a Mario Party model in front-angle closeups.
  • Asian Speekee Engrish: the Japanese islander later revealed to be SMG3's henchman when SMG4 meets him a second time in "Super Happy Magical Fun Fun Island".
  • Ass Shove: Cooking with Bowser & Mario 2 has Bowser escaping from an old man that attacked Mario earlier, which leads to the man ramming himself into Bowser's butt repeatedly. Mario's answer? Taking out a tank and blasting a bomb towards Bowser's butt, hoping to take out the old man in the process. The bomb does not detonate, and it is shown still stuck in Bowser's ass.
  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever
    • A giant Mario sieges the castle in "Scatman's Revenge".
    • Mario himself becomes this in "Free Lunch for Mario" after eating a Mega Mushroom.
    • And again in "A SM64 Fairytale" to fight Bowser, who has also become giant.
  • Attempted Rape: A large Boo in "Luigi's Retarted Mansion" upon it's first glimpse of Luigi's butt (which he called "ass"). Thankfully Luigi is pulled out of the room by the person who kidnapped Mario before the Boo reaches him.
  • A Twinkle in the Sky
    • At the end of The Wacky Wario Bros.: The Welcome Invitation, Mario kicks Wario and Waluigi out of the Castle. They vanish into a star in the sky.
    • Happens again at the end of 101 Ways for Mario to Die, when SMG4 repeatedly punches Mario to the tune of Super Mario Bros. and then kicks him into the sky; Mario screams before twinkling.
  • Author Avatar: SMG4.
  • Awesome but Impractical: In Mario for Hire, Mario tries to win a race using a rocket-powered kart. Of course, the kart is impossible to maneuver.
  • Ax-Crazy: Enzo when his party gets ruined.
    • Occasionally Mario, e.g. when he threatened SMG4 with a knife, while speaking Angrish about wanting to kill him. Guess why? All SMG4 wanted was some spaghetti...
  • Baleful Polymorph: Mario once ate a strange mushroom that turned him into a banana, which became pretty nasty once Donkey Kong happened upon him.
  • Berserk Button: If Mario ever hears you trash talk about spaghetti...
    • Also, don't say "no" when Mario Head asks you to hand him golden spaghetti. Otherwise, he'll suck up EVERYTHING, including the spaghetti.
    • Don't ever touch SMG4's computer, or else you're in for a world of pain and death.
  • Bestiality Is Depraved: Mario seems to have a thing for Minecraft pigs, as shown in "Mineswap".
  • Big Damn Heroes: The policeman in "Birthday Freakout" who arrested Enzo, followed in the next episode (Luigi's Retarded Mansion) with Dr. Robotnik saving Luigi from a possessed, flying chair.
    • Attempted twice in "The Visitor", with another policeman trying to arrest Enzo before being shot while shouting his Catch Phrase. Then, SMG3 appears and tries to slam into Enzo with a Koopa Clown Car, but he misses.
    • In "Mushroom Wars", to save R2-D2 from a flock of Teletubbies, Mario winds up almost attacked by them until SMG4note  barges into action and saves Mario.
  • Big Game: The entire point of "Smexy Soccer".
  • Big Eater: Mario has been shown to scarf down 35 bowls of spaghetti in exactly five seconds.
  • Big "NO!": SMG4 when he's about to be squished by Gourmet Guy in "Mini Italians".
    • Luigi in "The Switcherooveralls":
    Luigi: Please don't leave me! NOOOOOOOOOOOO!
    • SMG4 again in "Smart(Ass) Mario":
    SMG4: Mario! Have you eaten any spaghetti?
    Mario: What's spaghetti?
    SMG4: (in Darth Vader's voice) NOOOOOOO-
    Mario: Shut up! I'm trying to read!
    • Again, this time by Mario, in "Bob-ombache":
    Dr. Mario: I'm so sorry...I'm afraid you're pregnant...
    • And again by Mario in "Boil the Big Bully":
    Mario: (sees a Bully knock over his fridge, causing his spaghetti to come out) NOOOOOOO-
    • Luigi again (twice) in "The Visitor":
    Dr. Mario: (checks a collapsed Toad by repeatedly crouching and standing on him, then jumps and sniffs) He's dead.
    SMG4: Shouldn't the police?
    Mario: Meh, it's just Toad.
    SMG4: Okay, I guess that makes sense.
    • Shy Guy in "Ssenmodnar 9" yells one out right before Gourmet Guy sits on him, complete with an Expressive Mask.
  • Blatant Lies: Mario claims to have never used Scatman John's music in his life.
  • Body Horror: While certainly not Squick levels and just Played for Laughs, Toad's "dance" has his head detaching and rotating 90 degrees clockwise reattaching on it's side, and his limbs merging into his body.
    • Later on in Mario for Hire, Mario gets a rather very brutal and rather grotesque off-screen beating by the cashier that Mario attempts to convince to let him buy a kart for free as a promise. He returns to Peach's Castle with a very bloody and distorted face, resulting in Mario letting out a Precision F-Strike followed by an Oh, Crap reaction from Peach.
  • Brown Note: Mario is forcefully clad in rainbow clothes in "Scatman's Revenge" that cause weird things to happen to anyone who sees him.
  • Butt Monkey: Of all the characters in the series, Toad gets hit the worst, especially in episodes that only feature Luigi the residential Chew Toy as an one-off background character.
  • Call Back: Remember that guy wearing monochrome clothes in Mario Goes Shopping that tried to tell a baby not to play in the streets before getting run over by Mario? He comes back in Mario for Hire to do the same thing to another baby, and like before he's run over by Mario.
    • Some objects from past 2014/late 2013 bloopers reappear in the intro of "Ssenmodnar 7".
  • The Cameo: Occurs most of the time.
    • Harry Potter appears briefly before getting run over by a tank.
    • John in "The Mystery of the Missing White and Blue". He also appears in other bloopers, to be exact.
    • Game Reviewer in "Ssenmodnar 3". Apparently, he's the Super Mario 64 version of the Angry Video Game Nerd.
    • Woody in "Spells n' Wiztards".
    • Shrek in "Cooking with Bowser & Mario 2". He also made a brief cameo in "Retarded64: Mario for Hire" as well.
    • Buzz Lightyear in "Retarded64: Mario for Hire".
    • Wattson shows up in the gang of cannibalistic old men on Isle Delfino.
  • Cannibal Clan: SMG4 makes the horrifying discovery that the elderly men in "Problematic Pipe problems" want to eat him.
  • Can't You Read the Sign?: Long story short, in Mario for Hire on his quest to buy a new kart, Mario humps the inside of a kart, much to the salesman's annoyance at his direct defiance of a sign banning the EXACT SAME THING that Mario is doing.
  • Catapult Nightmare: Mario gets one in "Peachosal Love" when Toad appears in his Dream Sequence.
  • Chekhov's Gun: After Mario and SMG4 defeat Weegee in "War of the fat italians 2014", they find a "Weegee Board" in the aftermath. Not knowing what to do with it, the board is placed into the castle basement, and in the next episode to follow, Mario finds the Weegee board covered in cobwebs, and when he brings it upstairs to show SMG4, he summons Weegee into the castle. Fortunately he's friendly to everyone in the castle, except Mario.
  • The Chew Toy: Luigi and Toad, though Luigi is usually the one being most mistreated by the cast.
  • Christmas Episode: Supermarioglitchy4 made two of these: one for 2011, and one for 2012. The one made for 2013 is a song.
  • Chroma Key: Whenever a scene is depicted using anything other than a Super Mario 64 environment (either one in vanilla SM64 or a ROM hack) such as Minecraft or Garry's Mod, a green screen will be used to represent the characters.
  • Cloud Cuckooland: Peach's castle and pretty much everywhere else as well.
  • Competition Freak: SMG4 in "The Blooper Competition".
  • Continuity Nod: The van Mario uses to deliver spaghetti in "Mario's Spageti Delivary" makes a brief cameo in the mall scene of "Mario for Hire", where it's shown alongside the kart that's on sale. The modified Pink Cabriolet driven by the Tubby Custard Salesman from that episode is also present.
  • Courtroom Episode: "Spaghetti Law", wherein Mario and SMG4 end up getting spaghetti banned in the Mushroom Kingdom thanks to some guy owning a house. They get it reversed in the end, but also end up with 20 years of community service because they were caught by the police.
    • The entire premise of "Super Mario Attorney", complete with references to Phoenix Wright
  • Cue the Rain: Lampshaded in "Scatman's Revenge":
    Mario: Oh great, the weather's is being a troll again. Yeah, well I like water! Beat that!!!
  • Curbstomp Battle: Seems to happen a lot, but the most notable time would have to be when Glitchy4, outside of the video game world, fights the entire Retarded 64 crew and wins flawlessly...that is until Toad knocks him out as he's walking away.
  • Curse Cut Short: Frequently. Here are a few examples:
    • "Mamaf***er!"
    • "BULLSH*T!"
    • "SON OF A BI-"
    • "Oh, what the FU-"
    • "B*tch, I'm FABULOUS!"
    • "Ah sh**, he figured it out!"
  • Cutaway Gag: Frequently.
  • Darkness Equals Death: In the Five Nights at Freddy's parody. It's not what you think.
  • Defeat by Modesty: In "Smexy Soccer", when Bowser Jr. appears to reclaim "his" soccer field, Mario tries to convince him to share the field with Bobby the Bomb-Omb and Goombs the Goomba. Jr. responds by pulling down Mario's clothing, stripping him entirely naked and making him run across the road in fear while causing a car accident and scaring a Toad for life.
  • Didn't Think This Through: After being told by SMG3 he wasn't evil, Eggman uses a missile that brings a giant alien monster into the city, which then proceeds to destroy everything.
  • The Ditz: Mario and Bowser frequently fall into this.
  • The Dog Bites Back: Luigi does this to Mario at the end of Mario For Hire. Throughout the video, there is a Running Gag of Mario blaming for Luigi for every bad thing he does. At the end of the video, Heavy comes back seeking revenge on Luigi for supposedly eating his sandvich. This time, however, instead of letting Mario get away, Luigi tells Heavy that it was really Mario who did it. Needless to say, Heavy is NOT happy.
  • Don't Do Drugs: The message is repeatedly used in the bloopers, such as in "Super Happy Magical Fun Fun Island", "Ssenmodnar 2", and "Yoshrooms".
  • Downer Ending: Mario for Hire: Mario finally gets the money he needs to buy himself a new kart, and while talking a victory lap around the track, he bumps into residential Butt Monkey Luigi who is casually standing in the middle of the track, launching him towards the Heavy's machine gun, prompting him to appear and scare Luigi. At first Mario doesn't care, until Luigi calls for Mario's attention, which causes the Heavy to shift his attention to Mario (who previously put the blame on Luigi for stealing the Heavy's sandwich). Mario attempts to threaten the Heavy with a badass fighting posture and appearance, but is immediately defeated and launched across the landscape, with the brand new kart Mario bought following in suit. The kart lands on Mario, bounces off, and self-destructs.
  • Driven to Madness: Enzo, featured in "Birthday Freakout", is driven to killing Mario after he destroys Peach's Castle, where he was having his birthday party. Thankfully the police are able to arrest him at his house after he corners Mario with a small bomb, but Enzo still swears that one day he will successfully kill Mario, once and for all.
  • Driven to Suicide: Mario after spaghetti gets outlawed in "Spaghetti Law". At first he does indeed die, before respawning in 3 seconds.
    • Mario does mention wanting to kill himself after he is made into a Minecraft character.
  • Dug Too Deep: Part of the plot of "Problematic Pipe problems".
  • Early Installment Weirdness: Many of the earlier episodes can fall into this, preferably those that show the HUD on the top of the screen or don't use Garry's Mod.
  • Earth-Shattering Kaboom: Super Saiyan Mario causes the Earth to explode at the end of "Mario Simulator" after throwing the game into the sun, killing everybody else in the process.
  • Enfant Terrible: Baby Mario (or Pepsi as Mario calls him) in "The Babysitters".
    • His monster form made a reappearance in "The Monster".
  • Enraged By Idiocy: SMG3 demonstrates this when he chastises Bowser for not knowing what shampoo is.
  • Epic Fail:
    • When SMG3 calls for the escape submarine in "Super Happy Magical Fun Fun Island", a truck drops instead.
    • In "Mario's Spageti Delivary", Mario winds up chasing a red Teletubby selling Tubby Custard on foot, only for it to escape in it's car. As it begins to fly away, it suddenly crashes into the boundaries of the map, falls back down to the ground, and blows up.
    Mario: You don't. F*ck. With the Mario.
  • Everything Trying to Kill You: When Mario, SMG4, and X all become Incredible Shrinking Men in "Mini Italians", they find out the hard way that life is hard when one is the size of an ant.
  • False Reassurance: "What do you have to lose? Besides your life."
  • Fan Disservice: Mario going naked.
    • What is the first thing Mario does when he receives his new kart in "Retard Karts 101"? He strips and starts humping the front of it.
    • This universe's Mos Eisley Cantina is actually a gay nudist night club.
  • Fantastic Racism: Implied by Bowser when Mario tries to find a way to praise Steve in "Birthday Freakout". Also Toad in the Real Life episode. When Glitchy4 tries to pass him off as a talking toy to his friend, the most distinct phrase in Toad's rambling is "...smack the Chinese out of 'YOU!!'''
  • Fat Comic Relief: Mario and (if he's around) Gourmet Guy.
  • Flashback Cut: Done with the numerous times Mario invokes Scatman John's music in "scatman's Revenge".
  • Flat "Wah.": In "Ssenmodnar 7" during a skit involving Wario and Waluigi repeatedly saying "WAH!", Luigi joins in with a small "Wah."
  • The Fourth Wall Will Not Protect You: After examining his cursed clothes' effects on the characters, but not before making King Bob-omb explode, Mario asks the viewers if they still love him... and then the video drops in quality and gets static playing over it because of his cursed clothes. Oddly, Mario is aware of this.
    "oh great now I'm all grainy"
  • "Freaky Friday" Flip: Done between Mario and SMG4 in "The Swap" with some magic spells from a wizard... and the latter is applying for a job. Hilarity Ensues, unsurprisingly, until SMG4 is fired thanks to the wizard who swapped them.
    • This isn't the first time this happened in the series though. "Switcheroooveralls" had a similar plot, but instead involving more characters than just two.
    • Done again with Mario and Steve in "Mineswap", where Mario becomes a Minecraft character and Steve (aside form getting lighter skin) a Super Mario 64 character. Steve seems quite sexily happy with the swap, while Mario gets very frustrated, such as not being able to turn the knobs on doors with his blocky hands and destroying toilets and plates/bowls of spaghetti. He and SMG4 fail to get it reversed in the end.
  • Fish Eyes
  • Forced to Watch: Mario becomes forced to watch Tubbie TV in the namesake episode.
  • Funny Background Event: While Mario and Luigi discuss spaghetti in one blooper, Toad is seen burning in the background.
    • The plane scene in "Super Happy Magical Fun Fun Island", featuring cameos of a Luigi plush (from Mario Party 2), a dead Teletubby, and a small glimpse of Pikachu.
      • Note the Luigi plush also appears in the classroom in "Retard Karts 101".
  • Genius Ditz: Though Mario is indeed retarded, he is the MASTER at eating spaghetti - 35 bowls of spaghetti in five seconds should sum that up.
    • Actually, he's this at just about any food.
  • Giant Enemy Crab: In "Castle Royale", the "animal guard" of the Woopwoop Kingdom is a Corphish, who suddenly morphs into a Ohumein-Conga and chases Luigi around the courtyard until Luigi bails out. It later goes in after him.
  • Gilligan Cut: Parodied (and possibly Played for Laughs) in "Boil the Big Bully":
    Bully Boss: The only way I can let you live is if you can transform into a Pepsi machine...
    Mario: Hmm...
    (Cut to a room in Peach's Castle, with Mario as a Pepsi machine. Mario barfs out soda and a moment after closes his mouth. He then burps.)
    Mario as a Pepsi Machine: Hey! That was pretty good!
  • Give Me Back My Wallet: Mario when Yoshi steals his wallet in "Wallets and Dinosaurs" which breaks into an all-out brawling war, just to get back the wallet.
  • Go-Karting with Bowser: Or rather, cooking with Bowser.
  • Great Escape: "Crime Time" and "Party Rock Prisoners" has the characters(s) trying to break out of jail. The former blooper has Mario helping Luigi escape from jail. The latter blooper has Mario and Toad trying to escape from jail together.
  • Greedy: Mario when he won a million coins in "Rich Glitch".
    • This also applies to Toad in "Toad Gold".
  • Groin Attack: In "Mushroom Wars", Peach performs one onto the Trooper that is trying to flirt with her.
    • Mario delivers one to Tubbie Wonka in "Mario and the Retarded Spaghetti Factory".
  • Halloween Episode: Just like the Christmas Episode trope mentioned above, Supermarioglitchy4 has made one for every year starting from 2011.
  • Hard Work Montage: Mario attempts to invoke a "searching montage" with Scatman John's music playing in one episode. This ends up bringing his ghost to him.
  • Have a Nice Death / The Many Deaths of You: "101 Ways for Mario to Die".
  • Heel-Face Turn: Implied to have happened with Bowser, as his own minions threw him out of his castle, forcing him to live with the Mario Bros., Toad, Peach, Lakitu and SMG4.
    Bowser: see it's a funny story why i'm here… my troops sorta kicked me out of the whole evil thing so now i live here
  • Here We Go Again: At the end of "99.5% Crazy", Luigi goes by Mario, Toad and SMG4 drugged.
    • In the ending of "The Wacky Wario Bros.: Wario's Treasure Hunting Time", Donkey Kong appears in front of the Wario Bros., from their newly-found gold and diamonds.
  • He's Dead, Jim: Dr. Mario tells the gang that Toad is dead in "The Visitor" after checking the latter's corpse, leading Luigi to bolt out a Big "NO!" and start crying over Toad's death.
  • How the Character Stole Christmas: Bowser briefly in "The bowser that stole christmas.", simply because he didn't get any Christmas presents from Santa.
  • Humiliation Conga: In Mario For Hire. After Luigi tells Heavy that it was Mario who ate his sandvich, Heavy not only beats up Mario, sending him flying, but throws the car that Mario spent the entire episode trying to buy at him, causing it to explode on him.
  • Incredible Shrinking Man: The plot of "Mini Italians" revolves around Mario, SMG4, and X all eating a strange mushroom that shrinks them.
  • Interface Screw: Happens In-Universe when Scatman John covers the castle with his likeness (put under some Windows Movie Maker filters), making everything completely black.
    • What ultimately defeats SMG3 in "Super Happy Magical Fun Fun Island"
  • Island Base: The "Super Happy Magical Fun Fun Island" is actually a base for SMG3.
  • Jump Scare: Toad gives one to Mario early in "Youtube Mario?".
    • Parodied at the beginning of the Halloweegee special
      • The same parody shows up again for the second Five Night's At Freddy's episodes. Both of which have their own jump scares of Mario scaring the remaining animatronics.
  • Late-Arrival Spoiler: If you want to watch "The Visitor" (2014) without being spoiled of the Serial Killer's true identity, do not scroll down and view the author's comment.
    SMG4: Some guy is killing everyone! HELP! also happy birthday enzo.
  • Le Parkour: In "Birthday Freakout", SMG3 is shown to successfully leap directly from the castle grounds into the second floor of the castle where Mario sleeps.
  • Letting the Air out of the Band: The title card for "99.5% Crazy" has the famous Mario theme deflating after Mario is crushed.
  • List of Transgressions: In "Can the Villager Come Out To Play", a cop goes over a hilariously long list of crimes the Villager committed, except the murders.
    Policeman: Driving under the influence, driving with an open container, possession of narcotics, possession of firearms without a license, possession of military grade explosives, vandalism, desecration of human remains...
    (After a scene with Mario and the Villager, we go back to the officer, who is STILL reading the charges)
    Policeman:… reckless endangerment, performing an illegal u-turn in a school zone and running over 11 students in the process.
  • Logging Onto The Fourth Wall: Mario's YouTube account, shown in the aptly-named "Youtube Mario?", actually exists.
  • Long-Lost Relative: SMG4's long lost "brother", Superluigiglitchy4 (SLG4), in "Sup' Bro?" Later in the blooper though, he's revealed to actually work for SMG3.
  • Long Title
    • "SMG3's Plan to Destroy SMG4 Cause He Felt Like It".
    • "The Lie That Was A Cake That Is A Lie" could also count.
    • Also "Super Happy Magical Fun Fun Island".
  • Loud of War: Scatman John's ghost and Mario do this in "Scatman's Revenge".
  • Love Potion:
    • Mario and Luigi used this on Peach and Daisy in "Awkward Weddings" to get them to like them. But it backfires on SMG4 and X.
    • In "Peachosal Love", one is used thanks to gay Bob-ombs breaking apart his final attempt to get Peach to like him, but with SMG4 involved as his partner who helped him try to get Peach to like him (before Mario got the potion) instead of Luigi and/or Daisy. However, it turns Peach into a monster instead.
  • The Mafia: The Mushroom Mafia & the Fire Flower Mafia. Mario is forced to work for the former in one blooper thanks to Donkey Kong, with one of his tasks being to invade the latter.
  • Magical Land: Apparently the land in "The Land That Never Was", because there is no exit... until Mario found one.
    • It even makes a return in "Hide and Seek", but with SMG4 and X instead of Mario. One of the parts of the land made a cameo in this blooper because SMG4 fell into another part of the land.
  • Made of Explodium: Luigi in "Super Happy Magical Fun Fun Island".
    • And again in "Ssenmodnar 8" when Mario Head appears from being attracted by the golden spaghetti.
    • Heck, just about any character or object can suddenly self-destruct at any given time.
  • Man on Fire: Toad gets this a lot, though it happens frequently with the other characters.
  • May the Farce Be with You: Mushroom Wars, to the point where it even includes R2-D2 and full, authentic Stormtroopers.
  • Minus World: "The Glitch" causes the castle to become this, but with flying characters and objects.
  • Multi-Part Episode: "The Lost Gems", "The Adventures of Mario & Luigi", and "A SM64 Fairytale", with the former being split into three parts and the latter two being split into four parts.
    • "Mushroom Wars," a parody of Star Wars is also split up into multiple parts.
  • Mushroom Samba:
    • Mario undergoes one in "99.5% Crazy" after eating a strange mushroom.
    • Repeated in "Mushroom Wars", which results in Mario stripping and breakdancing. Thankfully SMG4 breaks him out of it rather quickly, using Justin Bieber's song Baby.
    • "Yoshrooms" features Yoshi who endlessly demands Mario's supply of spaghetti after eating one bowl himself. To shut him up, Mario feeds him a Poison Mushroom which kicks Yoshi into a Samba. Luigi manages to even trick Mario to take a bite out of one himself. One week later, Mario eventually snaps out on his own, but Yoshi remains drunk for over two weeks.
    • "Ssenmodnar 9" has Shy Guy eating a Mushroom which causes him to go into one of these, involving Shy Guy girls shaking their butts. He sees one of the girls, then tells her to "bring [him] that ass". However the Mushroom Samba wears off and the girl is revealed to be Gourmet Guy, who promptly then sits on Shy Guy.
    • Mario again in "Can the Villager come out to play?". He inhales emergency toxic flammable gas and goes into a Samba for the remainder of the blooper, saying random things such as "I JUST SH** MY PANTS!"note 
  • My Eyes Are Up Here: As R2-D2 is projecting a holographic speech of Princess Peach to Mario in "Mushroom Wars", Mario is distracted by her breasts.
  • My Name Is ???: Any character who speaks but whose name is not yet revealed is represented by this.
    • In "The Visitor", the Serial Killer goes by this name. He's actually Enzo, returning from "Birthday Freakout".
  • Naked People Are Funny: Mario ends up naked on a disturbingly frequent basis.
    • Lampshaded in "Birthday Freakout":
    Bowser: ...he's always naked and loves to hump things...
    • SMG4, a guy's friend and Luigi even did this once.
  • Nerd: The cameraman Lakitu, apparently.
  • N-Word Privileges: In the Spaghetti Factory episode, Mario says it to the guard who finds out he broke out of the cell.
  • No Fourth Wall: A lot. This is especially evident in "Breaking Walls".
  • Offscreen Moment of Awesome: In "SM64: Mario in real life!? (200 vid special)", when real-life SMG4 leads almost all of his characters into his room, he hits Mario with a flat object (possibly a mirror). We never get to see the impact as it just cuts to when SMG4 drags Mario out, post-impact.
  • Off with His Head!: Happens sometimes, with Luigi/L-3Ginote  being the usual victim.
    • Mario almost got this at one point in part 1 of "A SM64 Fairytale" after accidentally killing the princess with a fridge (and causing hilarity to ensue). He does get beheaded in the finale of the Fairytale episodes trying to defeat a giant Bowser.
    • SMG4 loses his head to a intoxicated Mario (who later becomes giant) in "Free Lunch for Mario".
    • For a short time in "Mushroom Wars"' first part, L-3Ginote  loses his head in the jet crash next to Mario's farm, like his other counterpart, Luigi. He retrieves it eventually.
    • SMG4 gets beheaded by a Chain Chomp in "M. K. Nature Channel" (complete with some blood). He recovers instantly the next scene... only to lose it a second time to a giant Cheep Cheep (referred to as "Killer Cheep Cheep").
  • Oh, Crap: Frequently; for one example, Mario freaks out when he sees the giant clone of himself running towards the castle in "Scatman's Revenge".
  • The Olympics: "Mario at the Olympic Games".
  • One-Word Title
    • "Dreams"
    • "Flashbacks"
    • "Ssenmodnar"
    • "Mineswap"
    • "Yoshrooms"
  • Only Sane Man: Starman3. While he does have his moments, he is the one that has the least amount of unsafe plans.
  • Opening Scroll: In line of it being a Star Wars parody, "Mushroom Wars" does this. It ends rather quickly.
  • Operation Blank: "Operation G.A.Y."
  • Or Was It a Dream?: Most of the All Just a Dream examples end up with this.
    • "Ssenmodnar 5": Toad appears at the end.
    • "A Trip to Teletubby Land": The pipes weren't fixed yet.
    • "A Lost Luigi": A bunch of characters from Luigi's dream appear at his and Mario's house and beat him up. Also, Luigi is still hatless.
  • Palette Swap: Due to being in a community full of this, Youtube users mostly are a recolor of Mario, even if they're a girl (Pinkolol16). Even his own brother Luigi suffers the same fate, despite there existing customized and playable Luigi models in select Super Mario 64 ROM hacks.
    • Eventually this would be lampshaded in "The Mario Parable" with the narrator pointing out how everyone looks exactly like Mario.
    • There are also a couple of Peach recolors present, mostly to colorize her like Daisy. However they are not as common, nor were they brought up in the above-mentioned lampshading.
    • Averted with Wario and Waluigi; previously they played this trope straight, but starting from "The Wacky Wario Bros", they use green-screened models from Mario Party 3.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise:
    • Mario and Bowser wear Toad hats in "A Fungus Among us" to get into Peach's castle after it's raided by Toads. At first it works, even after the cap falls off Mario in his initial visit of the invaded castle. Only after it falls of a second time does the disguise fail.
    • In "Castle Royale", after Mario sees Bowser joining the parade instead of capturing Peach, he plans his own mission to get Peach himself. Luigi, Toad and Toadsworth are all disguised, with Luigi wearing a princess costume (for only the first few moments), Toad disguised as Toadwardo from "Sonic the Derphog: the Evilness of Eggman (?)" and Toadsworth having put on a watermelon costume.
    • In "M. K. Nature Channel", SMG4, during a segment on Chain Chomps, puts on a Chain Chomp mask to fool the Chain Chomp into thinking it's one of his own kind, until the mask malfunctions and SMG4 is forced to remove it. His Pac-Man mask fails horribly.
  • Pass the Popcorn: As the Wizard Duel between SMG4 and SMG3 in Spells n' Wiztards kicks off, Mario is snacking on some popcorn with Bowser sitting alongside him. He asks Mario to pass the popcorn, but Mario declines.
  • Police Are Useless: Played with in "The Visitor". When the Serial Killer (Enzo) does The Reveal, he guns down a cop that barged in to arrest him, and he even successfully tricks two cops watching ontop of Peach's Castle by putting a piece of paper over a pair of binoculars that reads "everything is fine. :D" in crude writing.
  • Power Gives You Wings: Mario feeds some Toads Golden Mushrooms in "The bowser that stole christmas.", causing them to grow wings.
  • President Evil: Toad when he becomes president for a day in "President Toad Washington".
  • Real World Episode: The video "SM64: Mario in real life!? (200 vid special)". See Roger Rabbit Effect below.
  • Reference Overdosed: Among others, "Scatman's Revenge" references The Three Little Pigs, King Kong, and has a cameo by an Arwing.
    • "The Visitor" has such a case: it references Five Nights at Freddy's when Lakitu is looking through the security cameras, The Simpsons and its Movie when Bowser repeatedly says he's invisible and when Luigi uses his Poltergust (respectively), and Super Mario World when SMG3 is riding in a Koopa Clown Car.
  • Reveal Shot: Literally.
    • One example is in the first few moments of "Guards n' Retards: Swag Party Hostages", when Chris finds Sergeant Mark:
      Chris: Oh God. If his ugly yellow ass is not in here...
      Sergeant Mark: What was that about my ugly yellow ass?
      The camera zooms out a bit to reveal the Butt Ninja, coming back from the first installment.
  • Revenge: The main plot of "Scatman's Revenge".
    • Enzo is plotting revenge to kill Mario once and for all, following the events of "Birthday Freakout". His revenge is handed out in a skit involving him, Mario, and Toad Birds during "Ssenmodnar 7", and much later on in "The Visitor"
    • Toad brings the giant Mario head back to crash into Termi- err, Peach's Castle in Ssenmodnar 10.
  • Rich Bitch: The guy who bought the last spaghetti before Mario in "0% of Spaghetti".
  • Roger Rabbit Effect: The video "SM64: Mario in real life!? (200 vid special)". Every major and recurring character in the series ends up in IRL SMG4's house.
  • Rube Goldberg Device: ''Cooking with Bowser & Mario 2" features one, all just to get a Yoshi egg from a pack of Yoshis sitting at a table for use in an omelet.
  • Rule of Three: The Flashback Cut in "Scatman's Revenge".
  • Running Gag
    • The old man.
    • Luigi ending up losing his head.
    • References to "hobos".
    • The Teletubbies.
    • Toad on fire.
    • A character(s) exploding.
    • In "How To Make A Blooper" note , there are three common Running Gags:
      • A Toad named SMG69 (usually referred to as "Toad" on-screen) repeatedly asking SMG4 to add him in his bloopers.
      • X telling SMG4 that he's a wizard.
      • Steve referencing Shoop Da Whoop.
  • Screams Like a Little Girl: SMG4 in "Who let the Chomp out?", when the Chain Chomp approaches him and Mario, does this before throwing a Star at the Chomp, which turns it into Pac-Man.
    • Earlier in ''Cooking with Bowser & Mario 2", Bowser screams like this when Mario finds the Old Man in the parking lot.
  • Screwball Serum: The cursed clothes Mario unwittingly wears in "Scatman's Revenge" end up causing strange things to happen to anyone and anything who/that see(s) them, including Bowser bouncing, the trees disappearing, the screen dropping in quality...and King Bob-omb exploding.
  • Self-Destruct Mechanism: SMG3's hidden base on the "Super Happy Magical Fun Fun Island" has one. Everyone survives thanks to SMG3's mecha being explosion-proof.
  • Send in the Clones: Mario makes hundreds of clones of himself in "Clone o' Mario".
  • Serial Killer: The shadowy figure in "The Visitor", who kills people and shoves their corpses into toilets. He later shows himself to be Enzo, who broke out of prison just so he could finally have the birthday party of his dreams.
  • Shirtless Scene: Waluigi in "Retard Karts 101". He stays like that for the rest of the blooper.
  • Shout-Out
  • Something Completely Different:
    • The Sonic the Derphog videos puts Sonic the Hedgehog and it's characters in the spotlight as opposed to Mario.
    • Guards N' Retards, too.
  • Something Else Also Rises: In "Mushroom Wars Part 1", upon hearing about Vader dancing on the Princess naked, Mario's lightsaber (which is being held just right) shoots out.
  • Soundtrack Dissonance: The attack of the giant Mario is set to a Scatman John song.
  • Stock Scream: The Wilhelm scream shows up several times:
    • Mario launching a Lightsaber-weilding Teletubbie in "A Trip to Teletubbie Land".
    • Mario when he kicks out the pilot in "Super Happy Magical Fun Fun Island".
  • Stuff Blowing Up: Quite often. A Running Gag involves characters blowing up out of shock or frustration.
  • Take That: Mario wins the Loud of War with Scatman John's ghost by playing Baby. Several other anti-Bieber comments are littered throughout the series.
  • Take That, Audience! / This Loser Is You: Toad of all characters is used to represent the fans who want to submit their characters into the show.
  • Tempting Fate:
    Mario: trees if you hate me disapear
    the trees disappear
  • The Can Kicked Him: The "Toilet Pwned" death in "101 Ways For Mario to Die".
  • They Killed Kenny Again: Luigi (and quite a number of side characters) dies a lot in this series.
  • Time Stands Still: The Wizard in "a SM64 Fairytale"
  • Time Travel Episode: "Time Travel Tells", "Castle Jumping = Time Travelling = Zombies", and "Ssenmodnar 9 (Time Travel Edition)"
  • Toilet Humor
  • Torches and Pitchforks: A group of angry SMG4 fans wanting more YouTube videos attack the Castle in "The Idea Block", all because SMG4 was knocked out from a Bob-omb explosion for 3 weeks.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Mario loves spaghetti (or as the series used to spell it, "sphagetti"). His extreme love for it is often shown in situations that Mario does not want to be part of... and then whoever wants him to come with them (SMG4 in most cases) tells them that spaghetti is in danger and Mario automatically joins along.
    • It's also shown by Mario's sheer amount of anger when anyone insults spaghetti.
    • If "Birthday Freakout" is any indication, Steve sure loves to dine on cake.
    • The "Crazy Toast Guy"... well, goes crazy over toast.
  • Trapped in TV Land: Mario once had to fix the pipes in Peach's Castle and ended up having a bad accident that lead him to a land full of Teletubbies. Turns out at the end that it was All Just a Dream.
  • Trenchcoat Storefront: Although having no trenchcoat, this trope was parodied by a Bandit in "Desert Head" after a cactus leaves Mario for mistaking it as Peach.
  • Triangle Shades: Bowser puts on a pair and breakdances after he successfully cooks some Italian Ravioli using only Doritos in Cooking with Bowser & Mario 2!.
  • Unexplained Recovery: If someone loses their head or legs, expect them to be completely restored in the following scene.
  • Unfinished Business: The ghost of Scatman John enacts his revenge on Mario in "Scatman's Revenge".
  • Unstoppable Rage: In "Freddy's spaghettiria", Chica causes Mario to enter one after he exclaims that spaghetti "tastes like shit", resulting in Mario hunting down the four Five Nights at Freddy's animatronics for the rest of the night.
  • Valentine's Day Episodes: "Love for Luigi". In it, Luigi tries to win the heart of Princess Daisy.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: The Imposter in the episode of the same name, as well as being able to teleport.
  • Visual Pun: A fridge is seen running away in "Mini Italians".
  • The Voiceless: Though he will make short verbal phrases and other sound effects, Steve never gets any on-screen dialogue.
  • Wacky Racing: "Retard Karts 101", which takes this trope Up to Eleven.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: The giant Mario from "Scatman's Revenge" dies from "nerdy numbers".
  • What Is This, X?: When Mario's Brown Note clothes send Bowser bouncing about:
    "what is bowser a ball"
  • Whole Episode Flashback: "How Mario Was Born".
  • Wizard Duel: There is one crammed into the end of Spells n' Wiztards.
  • Zombie Apocalypse:
    • When Mario ended up travelling 10,000 years into the future in an attempt to jump through the Castle in "Castle Jumping = Time Travelling = Zombies", his future self used his time machine to get the present Mario back to his own time, but an accident started by Mario and his horn causes future!Mario to accidentally set the setting on the machine to "random". They hope to be home, but instead end up in the year 2075, the year of the zombie apocalypse. With the help of X (who was a new character at the time of the video's release), the zombies were countered.
    • The Halloween episodes of 2011 and 2013 have two of these.

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