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Running Gag / Supermarioglitchy4's Super Mario 64 Bloopers

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SMG4 have had many Running Gags throughout their time on YouTube.


  • Old Man Hobo.
  • Luigi (and later Mario) losing his head.
  • References to "hobos".
  • The Teletubbies.
  • Toad on fire.
  • Characters exploding.
  • "Pingas" (complete with Robotnik in most cases).
  • Mario getting naked. Or humping something (usually spaghetti). Or both.
  • Everyone saying their Trademark Favorite Food:
    • Mario and spaghetti.
    • The Toast Fairy and toast.
    • The old woman and raisins.
    • Toad and candy and/or sugar.
    • Bowser and chicken nuggets (later substituted with Saiko's obsession with fried chicken).
  • Mockery of Justin Bieber.
  • Mario becoming friends with creepypasta and horror game characters.
  • Peach's Castle either blowing up or being set on fire.
  • The Chain Chomp yelling "WHAT THE FUCK IS A SONIC?!?"
  • Pictured: Bowser, Peach, and the banana from Peanut Butter Jelly Time having a Mexican fiesta with Cuban Pete playing.
  • Characters surveying an area being accompanied by Sentry Gun sounds.
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  • As of 2019, Toadsworth getting running over by Mario when going shopping.
  • Various characters realizing they can manipulate Mario into doing what they want him to do by bribing him with spaghetti.
  • The Waluigi Launcher.
  • Bob begging SMG4 to put him in a video.
  • Fishy Boopkins' unhealthy obsession with anime.
  • The policemen shouting "Stahp right dere!!" and arresting someone by appearing out of the blue and attacking them.
  • SMG4 as the "Wallet Inspector".
  • Characters from Team Fortress 2 appearing at times.
  • Usage of the credits theme from Super Mario World used to close out certain videos.
  • Mario's "Okey-dokey" being gradually slowed down while he's Backing Away Slowly from something.
  • A character (usually Mario) claiming to have "saved the world" when they really did the exact opposite.
  • Whenever a Bob-omb is onscreen, it usually says "My main goal is to blow up".
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  • In all of her appearances, Susan Wojcicki having a different last name in the dialogue boxes.
  • "Game Over, YEEEEEAAAAAAAH!"
  • Desti calling Mario incorrectly.
  • Desti's death being parodied.
  • Titles involving Mario doing something mundane such as "Mario Scratches His Ass" or "Mario goes to subway and purchases 1 tuna sub with extra mayo".
  • Mario displaying his laziness by summoning a bed out of nowhere and falling asleep.
  • A monster or bizarre creature saying "Get in my belly" as it antagonizes any of the main characters.
  • Mario making the worryingly non-specific threat of "Mario's gonna do something very illegal!"
  • Whenever a barricade is made, expect it to be partially made of Toads, even if they don't feature in the video otherwise.
  • Obama's Convenient Ramp Emporium shows up every once in a while.
  • Characters' screams being replaced with start up and shut down music.
  • Melony sleeping in weird places and through just about anything.
  • JubJub being kicked, often complete with "Kick the baby!" Sometimes he'll even express enjoyment from being kicked.
  • Steve overreacting when someone tries to kill his chickens (even if they weren't his).
  • Mario dying at the end of "Mario Does Things" episodes.
  • Belle, Rob, and Whimpu being classified as "side characters."
  • Two Luigi Dolls “playing twister”.

Specific videos:

  • In "How to make a blooper (according to smg4)", there are three common ones:
    • Toad repeatedly asking SMG4 to add him in his bloopers.
    • Nintendofan997 telling SMG4 that he's a wizard.
    • Steve referencing Shoop Da Whoop.
  • "Boil the Big Bully" features the Bullies being obsessed over cookies.
  • In "Mario for Hire", poor old Luigi keeps getting blamed for Mario's dumbassery, which includes stealing Bowser's car and eating Heavy's sandvich.
  • "Mario And... The Well" has several characters suggest to Fishy Boopkins (who's currently stuck in said well) that he should just dig upwards. Obviously, this never works.
  • "Mad Mario" had a couple: