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Paper Mario

  • He makes two references to the Fairly OddParents.
    • The first one was made in Part 5 of the Prologue after Bowser tells Peach that he can grant wishes.
    • The second was made in Part 2 of Chapter 2 after running away from a couple of Clefts. After that, he mentioned how the show isn't as good as their early episodes.
  • The Running Gag of him screaming, "BESTIALITY! THIS IS NOT SONIC NEXT-GEN!" whenever a non-human character kisses Mario. This got Call Backs in The Thousand-Year Door and Pokémon XD.

Super Mario RPG

Mother 3

  • While he's waiting for the Porky robot to finish, he shouts "MOVE FASTER POKEY!" He's made that reference multiple times since.

Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door

  • In episode 2, after Goombella kisses Mario for saving her from the X-Nauts, Chugga screams, "BESTIALITY! THIS IS NOT SONIC NEXT-GEN! Actually, Goombella's face does kinda resemble Elise-never mind."


Pokémon FireRed

  • Some of his Pokémon from this and other games (see below) are references to different things. For example, his Venusaur is named 'Bulbapedia', and his Persian is called 'Meow Mix.'

Super Mario Sunshine

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker

Pokémon Crystal

  • His Donphan and Dragonite are called 'Darmani' and 'Volvagia' respectively.

Super Luigi Galaxy

  • In the first episode, while going over Star Chips, he almost mentioned fighting Pegasus upon getting enough.
  • When Luigi is killed from lack of gravity, he flips around while that is happening and Chugga mentions Luigi undergoes death by breakdancing in one episode.
  • "Shake the controller! Shake it like a madman! Shake it like you mean it! Shake it like you're the Shake King of the Shake Dimension! Yes!"
  • Whenever Chugga needs to scatter the comets to unlock new mission, he calls the Luma who does this the Ned Flanders of the game, because that Luma says "Snack-a-diddly-doo!"
  • During Gold Leaf Galaxy's Purple Coin mission, he yells "D'oh, I love being purple!", referencing one of Patrick's lines from the The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie.


  • In the first episode, when the Red Pikmin are moving the engine to the ship, Chugga wanted them to "move it, move it", making a reference to a song from Reel 2 Real.
  • He messes around with the Pikmin with bomb rocks. When something goes wrong he says YOU FOOL!
  • He mentioned ElectricalBeast and wondered what would happen next in his Minecraft Let's Play. He also predicted that the Minecraft LP would be setting up for the Super Mario 64 Episode 60.

Luigi's Mansion

The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask

  • When the Great Fairy appears, he goes "And now, we meet TIM, HIS WIFE!"
  • He can also be heard quietly singing NintendoCapriSun's "Take A Dump On The Toilet" after a cut.
  • After accidentally brandishing an empty bottle, he says he's "reminded of a certain NCS quote.''
  • He points out the similarities between Great Bay Temple and Rapture.
  • Opening Episode 47 with a bit of a parody of how NCS would be so used to saying "Welcome back to The Legend of Zelda:..." that he would open OTHER LP's with "The Legend of Zelda"
    "Welcome back to more Super Mario Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask!"
  • When rolling in Goron form, he sings the intro from Rawhide ("Rolling, rolling, rolling...")
  • When he first gets the Elegy of Emptiness, he yells, "Don't drown!"

Pokémon Emerald

  • When talking about Marill, Chuggaa says he wishes there was a theme park named after it.
  • In episode 3, when he finally finds a Slakoth after looking for over half an hour, he shouts, "FOR THE LOVE OF PRINCESS ELISE'S NONEXISTENT PANTYHOSE!"
  • When confronted with a hiker named Marc in Rustburo Gym, he says "Oh hai Mark!"
  • After defeating Victor of the Winstrate family, he tries mimicking Uncle's "AIYA!" and outright mentions the show's title.

Super Paper Mario

Kirby's Epic Yarn

Pokémon Colosseum

  • His first opponent in the Pre-Gym in episode 3 is named Botan. He then references the character Botan from Yu Yu Hakusho.
  • In episode 11, when showing where he can and cannot go in Pyrite Cave, he says "We try to go to the left, and there's some real cool boxes that I'd like to break and take the goodies inside, but unfortunately, I'm not Gordon Freeman."
  • In episode 12, he has Miror B. pronounce "escape" as "esc-ah-pay". "Pronounced just like the word 'escape'."

The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening

Super Mario 64 DS

Sonic Colors

Animal Crossing: New Leaf


  • At the end of Episode 101, he hopes that this episode was a "wonderful 101".
  • During Episode 111, he states "Let The Rainbow Remind You."
  • In Episode 116, he makes one to Game Theory, immediately followed by one to Yuriofwind.
  • He often makes Fire Emblem Awakening references to certain parts of the game. Examples include joking about the Lucina Drones changing you into a Lord, referring to Miriall as a mage before saying he's kidding, and one time calls Don Argentis Donny and talks about his aptitude.

Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga

  • In episode 8, Chuggaa introduces a new enemy, the super fly. As there are two of them, he assumes the second one is named Nathaniel.

Pokemon Platinum

Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon

  • Right before heading in to the boss of the Old Clockworks, when Professor E. Gadd says "It's high noon", there's a Freeze-Frame Bonus of text remarking how a friend of Chugga's insisted he make an Overwatch reference. Which Chugga doesn't play, so in this case, the Shout-Out is him basically pointing out the lack of a Shout-Out.


  • Chugga has made two references to Team Fortress 2:
    • The description for Episode 5 (when Chuggaa was talking about Splat Charger) was just one sentence: "Sniper's a good job, mate!" Takes it a bit further in a later episode, when he says "be efficient", and then follows it up with "and have a plan to kill everyone you meet".
    • The description for Episode 10 (which covered the Heavy Splatling) references the Heavy. Goes a lot further at the end of Episode 9, in which he says that in the next episode he would "touch Sasha".
  • The Inkling Boy amiibo featured in Chapter 10 was given the nickname "Purplflurp"
  • In Episode 2, Chugga Said "That Was The Worst Throw Ever, Of All Time"

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword

Pokémon Black and White

EarthBound Redux

  • Episode 1 is titled "Second Impact".
  • Chugga takes down the cultists of Happy Happyism, who seem to have a special affinity the color blue, in Episode 10. Fittingly, the episode is titled "What's the Use of Feeling Blue?" with "Won't it be grand to get rid of it all?" as the description.
  • Chugga drops a little Fire Emblem Awakening reference (specifically, he's referencing Vaike) when he goes to give the Fry Pan to Paula:
    "I didn't forget, I just didn't remember right away."
  • Episode 12 is titled "Death Parade", and Episode 14 is titled "Parasite Thread".
  • Episode 28, in which Chugga enters Moonside, is titled "When I Accidentally Stepped into an Alternate Dimension", a lyric from "Weird Al" Yankovic's song "Everything You Know Is Wrong".
  • Episode 38, after Poo joins the party, is titled "The Great, Mighty Poo".
  • Bonus Episode, while creating a new save file to show off how slow text speed works, he uses "Don't Care" for the heroes, but ends up naming the dog, Trademark Favorite Food, and coolest thing Boney, Omelets, and Love, respectively.

The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass

  • Episode 3 is titled "The Ember Island Player".
  • In Episode 21, Chugga goes to Astrid for a hint... after learning what to do from someone else. He compares her to Padparascha.
  • During a montage of the Temple of the Ocean King in Episode 22, Emile notes that some normal Phantoms have been replaced with the red Swift Phantoms and adds that painting something red really does make it go faster.
  • In Episode 25, while playing a mini game where you can quickly dig up high value rupees, Chugga winds up digging up a single green rupee. He let's out a short, stifled, yet appropriate rupee scream.

Chrono Trigger

Super Mario Galaxy 2:

Super Mario Land

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX

  • In Episode 1, one of the names he considered for Skitty was Blake, 'because, you know, half human, half cat."
  • Episode 4 is titled "Skarm Bliss", referencing a common defensive core in competitive singles play for the main series, especially in Generations 3 and 4.


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