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** The ''VideoGame/{{Pikmin}}'' references don't stop there. The space helmet that you wear in Chapter 4 of ''[[VideoGame/SuperPaperMario Super Paper Mario]]'' bears an uncanny resemblance to Olimar's helmet.


* Another one for ''TYD'', Mario will eventually get an email from [[spoiler:the real]] Zip Toad, who ends his message with an inspiring line from one of his movies. The movie's name? ''The Toad Warrior'', named after a ''Series/TheSuperMarioBrosSuperShow'' episode, which ''itself'' was a ShoutOut to ''Film/MadMax: The Road Warrior''.

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* Another one for ''TYD'', Mario will eventually get an email from [[spoiler:the real]] Zip Toad, who ends his message with an inspiring line from one of his movies. The movie's name? ''The Toad Warrior'', named after a ''Series/TheSuperMarioBrosSuperShow'' episode, which ''itself'' was a ShoutOut to ''Film/MadMax: The Road Warrior''.''Film/MadMax2TheRoadWarrior''.


* All of chapter 2 of ''[[VideoGame/PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor Thousand-Year Door]]'' is a pretty clear reference to ''{{Pikmin}}''.

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* All of chapter 2 of ''[[VideoGame/PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor Thousand-Year Door]]'' is a pretty clear reference to ''{{Pikmin}}''.''VideoGame/{{Pikmin}}''.



* Another one for ''TYD'', Mario will eventually get an email from [[spoiler:the real]] Zip Toad, who ends his message with an inspiring line from one of his movies. The movie's name? The Toad Warrior, named after a Super Mario Super Show episode, which ''itself'' was a ShoutOut to Mad Max: The Road Warrior.

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* Another one for ''TYD'', Mario will eventually get an email from [[spoiler:the real]] Zip Toad, who ends his message with an inspiring line from one of his movies. The movie's name? The ''The Toad Warrior, Warrior'', named after a Super Mario Super Show ''Series/TheSuperMarioBrosSuperShow'' episode, which ''itself'' was a ShoutOut to Mad Max: ''Film/MadMax: The Road Warrior.Warrior''.


** Another one for ''TYD'', Mario will eventually get an email from [[spoiler:the real]] Zip Toad, who ends his message with an inspiring line from one of his movies. The movie's name? The Toad Warrior, named after a Super Mario Super Show episode, which ''itself'' was a ShoutOut to Mad Max: The Road Warrior.
** In ''VideoGame/SuperPaperMario'', [[spoiler: Mr. L]] will call himself The Green Thunder, a reference to [[spoiler: Luigi's]] thunder ability in ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiSuperstarSaga''.

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** Another one for ''TYD'', Mario will eventually get an email from [[spoiler:the real]] Zip Toad, who ends his message with an inspiring line from one of his movies. The movie's name? The Toad Warrior, named after a Super Mario Super Show episode, which ''itself'' was a ShoutOut to Mad Max: The Road Warrior.
** In ''VideoGame/SuperPaperMario'', [[spoiler: Mr. L]] will call himself The Green Thunder, a reference to [[spoiler: Luigi's]] thunder ability in ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiSuperstarSaga''.''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiSuperstarSaga''.
* Another one for ''TYD'', Mario will eventually get an email from [[spoiler:the real]] Zip Toad, who ends his message with an inspiring line from one of his movies. The movie's name? The Toad Warrior, named after a Super Mario Super Show episode, which ''itself'' was a ShoutOut to Mad Max: The Road Warrior.


* All of chapter 2 of [[PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor Thousand-Year Door]] is a pretty clear reference to {{Pikmin}}.

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* All of chapter 2 of [[PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor ''[[VideoGame/PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor Thousand-Year Door]] Door]]'' is a pretty clear reference to {{Pikmin}}.''{{Pikmin}}''.



** In Thousand-Year Door, Bobbery will request you bring him Chuckola Cola.
** Also in Thousand-Year Door. Bowser will attempt to steal a [[spoiler: fake]] Crystal Star. When Pennington questions him, you can make Bowser call himself The Shadow Thief. On top of that, he will say "I'll be taking this, thanks!"
** Another one for TYD, Mario will eventually get an email from [[spoiler:the real]] Zip Toad, who ends his message with an inspiring line from one of his movies. The movie's name? The Toad Warrior, named after a Super Mario Super Show episode, which ''itself'' was a ShoutOut to Mad Max: The Road Warrior.

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** In Thousand-Year Door, ''Thousand-Year Door'', Bobbery will request you bring him Chuckola Cola.
** Also in Thousand-Year Door.''Thousand-Year Door''. Bowser will attempt to steal a [[spoiler: fake]] Crystal Star. When Pennington questions him, you can make Bowser call himself The Shadow Thief. On top of that, he will say "I'll be taking this, thanks!"
** Another one for TYD, ''TYD'', Mario will eventually get an email from [[spoiler:the real]] Zip Toad, who ends his message with an inspiring line from one of his movies. The movie's name? The Toad Warrior, named after a Super Mario Super Show episode, which ''itself'' was a ShoutOut to Mad Max: The Road Warrior.

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** Another one for TYD, Mario will eventually get an email from [[spoiler:the real]] Zip Toad, who ends his message with an inspiring line from one of his movies. The movie's name? The Toad Warrior, named after a Super Mario Super Show episode, which ''itself'' was a ShoutOut to Mad Max: The Road Warrior.


* All of chapter 2 of [[PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor Thousand-Year Door]] is a pretty clear reference to {{Pikmin}}.

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* All of chapter 2 of [[PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor Thousand-Year Door]] is a pretty clear reference to {{Pikmin}}.{{Pikmin}}.
* There are MANY references to ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigi''.
** In Thousand-Year Door, Bobbery will request you bring him Chuckola Cola.
** Also in Thousand-Year Door. Bowser will attempt to steal a [[spoiler: fake]] Crystal Star. When Pennington questions him, you can make Bowser call himself The Shadow Thief. On top of that, he will say "I'll be taking this, thanks!"
** In ''VideoGame/SuperPaperMario'', [[spoiler: Mr. L]] will call himself The Green Thunder, a reference to [[spoiler: Luigi's]] thunder ability in ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiSuperstarSaga''.


* All of chapter 2 of [[PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor Thousand-Year Door]] is a pretty clear reference to [[Pikmin]].

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* All of chapter 2 of [[PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor Thousand-Year Door]] is a pretty clear reference to [[Pikmin]].{{Pikmin}}.

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* All of chapter 2 of [[PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor Thousand-Year Door]] is a pretty clear reference to [[Pikmin]].

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