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    Mario 
  • Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Episode 1: The first question Brooklyn T. Guy asks Mario is what year the original Super Mario Bros. game was released for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The four answers are; A. 1994, B. 1991, C. 1985, and D. 1942.
    • You'd Expect: Mario to answer C. 1985.
    • Instead: Mario can't remember what year the game came out, so he uses his 50 : 50 lifeline to eliminate two of the wrong answers, leaving him with C. 1985, and D. 1942.
    • You'd Then Expect: Again, Mario to answer C. 1985, especially considering he wasn't born in 1942.
    • Instead: Mario ends up answering D. 1942.
    • As a result: Mario loses the game and is left with no money.
  • Mario's Turtle Problem!: Mario and Rosalina find a walking turtle on the road. Mario wants to kill it because of his disdain for turtles after his bad experiences with Koopa Troopas, but Rosalina wants to adopt it as her pet.
    • You'd Expect: Mario would get over his desire to kill it, so that Rosalina can have it as her pet.
    • Instead: Mario fails to overcome his disdain for turtles and burns it to death, putting Mario in trouble when he realizes his mistake.
    • As a result: Mario buys Rosalina a pet monkey in order to make up for his mistake after she cried when she found out.
  • Where's Jeffy?: Before leaving to see her parents, Rosalina puts her necklace around Jeffy's neck just in time for Mario to come back from the bathroom.
    • You'd Expect: Mario would notice Rosalina's necklace around Jeffy's neck and give it back to her, warning her of the consequences if she put it around Jeffy's neck.
    • Instead: Mario forgets to notice and ends up dumping it along with Jeffy at the park, and when he finally realizes that Rosalina's necklace is gone, he calls Rosalina and she tells him where she put it.
    • As a result: Jeffy gives Rosalina's necklace to a squirrel, which later runs away with it. When Mario finds out, he fears that Rosalina could break up with him.
  • Jeffy's Bad Word!: When Mario goes to Walmart to do some errands and takes Jeffy with him, Mario nearly runs over a homeless man and gets mad.
  • Jeffy's Favorite Song!: After Rosalina and Jeffy discover a new song and fall in love with it, Mario gets constantly annoyed by the song, and is forced to listen to it because Rosalina and Jeffy are craving for it, especially Jeffy. When the song ends, Jeffy starts crying, and Rosalina gets Jeffy's phone to listen to the new song. Mario tries to stop her, to no avail. He finally snaps, steals the phone and breaks it in anger and annoyance...only to find out that Rosalina still has her phone to listen to the song, admitting that she won't stop playing it until Mario gets Jeffy a new phone. Mario reluctantly caves into that idea and rushes to the store to get a new phone for Jeffy.
  • Jeffy Goes To The Zoo!: After Jeffy got inside the enclosure of Harambe the gorilla and indirectly caused Harambe's death, a mass media outbreak occurs over Harambe's death, and everyone blames Mario for bad parenting. Back at their house, Mario tells their tour guide, Brooklyn T. Guy, that he should've shot Harambe with a tranquilizer. Brooklyn says if he had done so, Harambe would've gotten pissed off and killed Jeffy, and tells Mario to stay out of the spotlight. After talking with Rosalina, Mario decides to come out and speak about the situation and state that it's the zoo's fault for not having warning signs or a proper enclosure or infrastructure for Harambe, then he mentions Jeffy at the end of his interview.
    • You'd Expect: Mario to talk about Jeffy and their relationship in a positive light, or just not talk about Jeffy at all.
    • Instead: Mario mentions that he wishes Jeffy had been killed instead of Harambe, due to his hatred of Jeffy.
    • As a result: Mario causes further controversy for wanting Jeffy dead.
    • Luckily: Mario later whips his dick out on live TV.
  • The Hitman!: Fed up with Jeffy, Mario decides to hire the Loan Dolphin to kill Jeffy for him. As they begin to plan how to kill him, the Loan Dolphin suggests Mario to take Jeffy to the park and give him an ice cream cone, so in that way he can know who is the kid he's supposed to kill.
    • You'd Expect: Mario to realize a flaw with this plan, since basically any kid in the park could have an ice cream cone and there could be the possibility that the Loan Dolphin may kill the wrong kid, so instead he would introduce Jeffy to the Loan Dolphin (like he does later in the episode), in order for him to know right away who he's supposed to kill.
    • Instead: Mario, being too excited about getting rid of Jeffy, overlooks this and goes ahead with the plan.
    • As a result: Jeffy throws away his ice cream cone while Mario is not looking, and thanks to him, the Loan Dolphin ends up killing Patrick Coleman instead.
  • Jeffy's Parents! Mario is informed that Jeffy's biological mother is coming over to pick him up, only to find out that she's Nancy, an unattractive, alcoholic prostitute who purposefully abandoned Jeffy. After Jeffy explains what happened, she promptly beats him... in front of Mario and Roslina.
  • Jeffy's New Toy!: While Mario is checking his emails, Jeffy comes in and asks if he can watch it.
    • You'd Expect: Mario to deny it due to having a flaw with Jeffy watching him checking his emails, since there could be spam emails or spam links that are already left undetected in his mailbox.
    • Instead: Mario simply lets Jeffy watch him checking his emails.
    • As a result: When Mario clicks a spam link and accidentally ends up encountering a movie called Ass Pounders 2, Jeffy keeps telling Mario to turn it back on. As a result, Mario offers Jeffy to go to Toys'R'Us to buy him one toy if he shuts up about the movie, setting the episode's plot in motion.
  • Drawing Jeffy! Bowser Junior's drawing of Jeffy comes to life and runs off. He drops by to bother Mario and Rosalina while they're trying to watch TV.
    • You'd Expect: Mario to take notice of the fact that Drawing!Jeffy looks odd and has a deeper voice.
    • Instead: Mario thinks it's actually Jeffy bothering him and, when Jeffy goes downstairs to look for a pig (another drawing come to life), sends him to the corner for five minutes despite the latter insisting his innocence.
    • You'd Then Expect: Mario to ask who it really was if it wasn't Jeffy and then investigate to be sure Jeffy isn't lying.
    • Instead: He doesn't listen to Jeffy's protests and leaves him in the corner.
    • Additionally: Mario states he doesn't know why Jeffy won't listen to him.
    • Then: The pig Jeffy was looking for turns out to be atop the couch where Mario and Rosalina are sitting and makes an oinking sound.
    • You'd Then Expect: Mario and Rosalina to hear the oinking and check where it was coming from.
    • Instead: Neither of them seem to notice but Jeffy hears it (in the corner of the room many feet away from the couch, no less) and makes a failed attempt to catch the pig, disobeying Mario's punishment and getting caught in the process. Mario angrily admonishes him for leaving the corner but Jeffy reiterates the pig was there.
    • You'd Then Expect: Mario to look for the piggy Jeffy claims was atop the couch and make sure he isn't lying.
    • Instead: Mario still thinks Jeffy is lying and sends him to his room for the night, once again despite the latter's insistence the piggy is really in the house.
    • However: Mario does question if perhaps he was too harsh on Jeffy.
    • Then: Drawing!Jeffy, already running amok in the house, drops by to annoy Mario and Rosalina again.
    • You'd Then Expect: Mario to notice the difference between Drawing!Jeffy and Jeffy, particularly that the former wasn't even cursing as Jeffy was just minutes before and Jeffy usually doesn't blabber on about mayonnaise.
    • Instead: Mario still fails to tell the difference, decides he wasn't harsh enough and goes up to punish Jeffy further, who loudly insists he hadn't left his room.
    • You'd Then Expect: Mario to inspect the house and make sure Jeffy isn't lying.
    • Instead: Mario, of course, doesn't believe him... not even when Jeffy states he never said anything about mayonnaise (which isn't something Jeffy has been known to have an affinity for).
    • Then: Mario returns to the couch and Rosalina questions why Jeffy is acting the way he is, also stating it began with Jeffy looking for a pig.
    • You'd Then Expect: Rosalina, who normally takes Jeffy's side and ignores Mario even when the former is clearly in the wrong, and/or Mario to search the house to see if Jeffy is lying or not.
    • Instead: Neither of them bother to do so.
    • Luckily: The pig shows up and they both realize Jeffy was right the whole time. They also apologize to an understandably angered Jeffy who demands $20 for compensation, but Rosalina finds a $100 in Mario's wallet instead which Jeffy accepts.
  • Jeffy's TV Show!: Rosalina posts a video of Mario and Jeffy on YouTube. A man named Dewey Donedidit comes to the house, reveals that he watched the video and liked it and offers a deal with Mario. He then gives him a contract to sign that states that no money will actually be given, but he covers up that part with his hand and tells them to sign anyway.
    • You'd Expect: Mario to actually read the entire contract to know what he's getting.
    • Instead: Mario signs the contract without reading all the details.
    • As a result: Dewey Donedidit gets to keep all the money he made off the show and Mario gets nothing.
  • Mario's New Hat!: Mario comes out of the shower, ready for his wedding with Rosalina. His hat is near the sink.
    • You'd Expect: Mario to pick it up on the way out of the bathroom.
    • Instead: Mario forgets to take his hat with him, and leaves it on the counter.
    • As a result: When Shrek uses the bathroom, he notices Mario's hat, uses it as toilet paper and flushes it down the toilet, forcing Mario to need a new hat.
  • Jeffy Plays Minecraft!: Jeffy is bored and wants Mario to play with him, but he doesn't want to and tells him to go play on his own, handing him a laptop.
  • Jeffy's Wifi Problem!: Mario has changed the Wi-Fi password because Jeffy refused to stop playing Rocket League on his Nintendo Switch and do his chores. He then tasks a ballistic Jeffy with washing the dishes.
  • Jeffy's Paper Shredder!: After Mario gives Jeffy a paper shredder to play with, he goes off to watch TV and ends up winning the lottery. He then goes out to get his car keys in order to cash in his ticket.
    • You'd Expect: Mario to take his ticket with him, knowing full well that Jeffy could destroy it or someone else would. Plus, he wouldn't have to make the trip back to the couch.
    • Instead: Mario leaves the ticket on the couch.
    • As a result: Jeffy finds the ticket and shreds it up. Mario however is still mad at Jeffy for doing this.
    • Additionally: Goodman, of all people, states that Mario should've taken better care of it. This is when Mario tries telling him of the shredded lottery ticket which would've been able to take care of Mario's house payment.
  • Fat Jeffy: Mario serves Jeffy green beans for dinner. As usual, Jeffy complains but when he sees Mario about to dine on a slice of pizza, he goes off on a profanity-laced tirade. Mario warns Jeffy that if he doesn't eat his green beans, he won't get dessert but, sure enough, Jeffy throws them off the table instead.
  • Jeffy's Bad Dog!: Jeffy manages to clean his bedroom in one minute by tossing everything out the window. Mario is impressed when he sees how clean Jeffy's bedroom is, and lets Jeffy have chocolate cake as a reward. When Jeffy goes to the couch, which his dog, Poopy Butt is on to show Mario his chocolate cake (which is covered in Oreos and chocolate syrup), Mario insists that Jeffy eat it with a fork and use napkins, so they go to the kitchen to get a fork and napkins.
    • You'd Expect: Mario and Jeffy to take the chocolate cake with them, since chocolate is very bad for dogs.
    • Instead: They leave the chocolate cake on the couch, right within Poopy Butt's reach.
    • As a Result: Poopy Butt eats the chocolate cake and dies.
  • Jeffy's Lunch Money!: Black Yoshi, jealous that Mario gives Jeffy money but not him, claims he can wash dishes in order to earn money which Mario tells him to prove he can do.
  • Jeffy Skips School!: Mario, who tried to convince Jeffy to do his homework, has to use the bathroom and expects Jeffy to get started by the time he returns. Meanwhile, Brooklyn T. Guy shows up to return Mr. Wilfred to Mario's custody after having gotten kicked out of a retirement home for groping a nurse. Jeffy then gets the idea to disguise Mr. Wilfred as him to fool Mario, so he can play Fortnite for the entirety of the night and cut class.
    • You'd Expect: Mario to recognize his own grandfather wearing Jeffy's clothes, then go up to Jeffy's bedroom and punish him. Like with Drawing!Jeffy and Black Yoshi, they clearly look and sound nothing like Jeffy.
    • Instead: Like before, he falls for it and never once suspects a thing.
    • Furthermore: When Mario calls Brooklyn T. Guy for help after Mr. Wilfred falls partway down the staircase, it's revealed he legitimately can't tell the difference when someone dresses up like Jeffy, even in the face of obvious evidence. Cue Brooklyn T. Guy spelling this trope out in excess.
  • Black Yoshi's House Arrest!: The episode begins with Mario wanting a Pepsi from the Tom Thumb gas station.
    • You'd Expect: Mario to go to Tom Thumb himself, knowing that Black Yoshi has a criminal record and is not responsible with money.
    • Instead: He says that he doesn't feel like going and talks Black Yoshi into doing it by telling him he can keep the change.
    • As a Result: Black Yoshi tries to pass off a glass of water as a Pepsi in his first attempt so he can keep the entire five dollars for himself. In his second attempt, Black Yoshi steals all the money in the cash register and is put under house arrest.
  • Jeffy's Nanny!: Mario serves Jeffy green bean pizza for dinner. Naturally, Jeffy refuses to eat it but intends to drink Coca-Cola with it to which Mario insists he drink Diet Coke instead and proceeds to take away the bottle of regular Coke.

    Rosalina 
  • Mario's Turtle Problem!: Mario and Rosalina are driving down the road, when the two are stopped by a roaming turtle. Rosalina falls in love with the turtle.
    • You'd Expect: Rosalina to leave the turtle alone since it's been wandering on the streets. Or if she likes it so much, take it for herself.
    • Instead: She tells Mario to take it home with him, not thinking about what he thinks.
    • As a Result: Mario, who hates turtles, blasts and kills it. Rosalina eventually find out and cries, so Mario tries to compensate by getting her a new pet.
    • You'd Expect: Rosalina to get a domesticated animal.
    • Instead: She gets a monkey.
    • As a Result: The monkey trashes the whole place.
  • Jeffy's Cellphone!: After Mario caves into Rosalina's idea to give Jeffy a cellphone so he could call them in case of an emergency, Jeffy decides to call random people on his cell phone when Mario and Rosalina ignore him to watch Star Wars together. Towards the end of the episode, Jeffy calls a prostitute, claiming he is Mario and asking her if she can touch his "pee-pee" for five dollars. Shortly afterwards, the prostitute arrives at Mario's apartment and tells Mario he called her to let her touch his "pee-pee" for five dollars.
    • You'd Expect: Rosalina to remember that Mario was watching Star Wars with her the entire time and that he couldn't have called the Prostitute. In addition, since Jeffy recently got an iPhone, she should come to the conclusion that he called the prostitute, and at the least, scold him for his actions.
    • Instead: Rosalina believes the prostitute, thinks Mario is cheating on her, and beats him up.
  • Jeffy's Bad Word!: After Jeffy starts saying the word "faggot" constantly, Mario snaps and starts spanking him, traumatizing both Rosalina and Jeffy. The former proclaims that Mario beat him, and Jeffy is consistent that he raped him, despite Mario insisting that he only spanked Jeffy. When Jeffy calls 911 and reports that Mario "raped" him, Brooklyn T. Guy arrives at Mario's apartment inspecting this. Mario calls Jeffy into the living room and then explains the entire story, about how Mario nearly run over a homeless man, got mad, and caused Jeffy to start saying the word "faggot". Brooklyn doesn't believe this and asks Rosalina.
    • You'd Expect: Rosalina to tell him the entire story in accurate detail, and Brooklyn to realize that he came to the apartment for nothing and apologize to Mario.
    • Instead: Still traumatized, Rosalina says that Mario likes to hit Jeffy on the butt, "very hard, multiple times".
    • As a result: Brooklyn T. Guy buys this explanation and takes Mario to jail. This results in Mario getting abused far beyond his usual Butt-Monkey status, as well as being humiliated on a global scale.
  • Jeffy's Favorite Song!: After Rosalina and Jeffy discover a new song and fall in love with it, Mario gets constantly annoyed by the song, and is forced to listen to it because Rosalina and Jeffy are craving for it, especially Jeffy. When the song ends, Jeffy starts crying, and Rosalina gets Jeffy's phone to listen to the new song. Mario tries to stop her, to no avail. He finally snaps, steals the phone and breaks it in anger and annoyance...only to find out that Rosalina still has her phone to listen to the song, admitting that she won't stop playing it until Mario gets Jeffy a new phone. Mario reluctantly caves into that idea and rushes to the store to get a new phone for Jeffy. Mario gets a pair of headphones and an iPhone 7, which has no headphone jack. Rosalina then tells Mario that he should've gotten a Galaxy like she does, which 'does' have a headphone jack.
    • You'd Expect: Rosalina to plug the headphones into her phone so Mario could have some peace while she and Jeffy keep listening to the song.
    • Instead: She still continues to play it aloud.
  • Happy Merry Christmas!: When Mario and Rosalina wake up on Christmas morning, they find out that Jeffy opened all of the Christmas presents Santa left for them. After Mario organizes all of the LEGO and Thomas the Tank Engine toys into a pile for Bowser Junior, he refuses to give any to Jeffy, and tells Rosalina that Jeffy is a bad kid who deserves coal. Rosalina doesn't believe Jeffy is a bad kid, so Mario shows her a montage of some of the bad things Jeffy did to him, which includes clips from two of the most disliked episodes, "Jeffy's Bad Word!" and "Locked Out".
    • You'd Expect: Rosalina to realize that Mario has a point about Jeffy.
    • Instead: She blames Mario for making bad video ideas, as Mario makes two videos per week.
  • Shrek's Coma!: A comatose Shrek's brain has been placed into another body and he drops by to show Mario and Rosalina his new body. Rosalina immediately begins to admire him... right next to Mario, no less. Mario, understandably displeased, later questions her if she meant what she said about him, but her admission to finding Shrek attractive and laughing at Mario being told the aftermath of Shrek's taking a massive crap convince Mario she doesn't want to be with him anymore.

    Bowser 
  • Bowser's Doritos: Bowser calls Chef Pee Pee into the kitchen because someone has been eating his Doritos. Bowser is completely convinced Chef Pee Pee was eating his Doritos, but Chef Pee Pee tells him that if he wanted Doritos, he would have bought his own instead of eating Bowser's. Junior walks in, with Bowser's Doritos hidden in his bib. Junior tries to tell Bowser that he was the one who ate his Doritos, but Bowser shushes him. Chef Pee Pee then tells Bowser that Junior was the one who ate his Doritos, not him.
    • You'd Expect: Bowser to look over Junior, realize that Junior was eating his Doritos, apologize to Chef Pee Pee for falsely accusing him, and punish Junior for eating his Doritos.
    • Instead: Bowser accuses Chef Pee Pee of blaming Junior and lying. He then punishes Chef Pee Pee by making him clean every toilet in his house with his bare hands without washing them afterwards. Junior then admits to Bowser that he was the one who ate his Doritos.
    • You'd Then Expect: Bowser to realize that Chef Pee Pee was telling the truth, apologize to him for falsely accusing him, and punish Junior for eating his Doritos.
    • Instead: Bowser tells Junior that he doesn't have to take the blame for Chef Pee Pee's actions, and insists that Chef Pee Pee learn from his own mistakes.
  • Bowser Junior Sneaks Out!: After Bowser tells Junior he can't go to play Laser Tag with his friends, Junior decides to sneak out. He puts a dummy on his bed to trick his father in case if he came to his room and Bowser falls for the trick, but later that night Brooklyn T. Guy spots Junior trying to get back into his house and, unaware of the slightly open three-story window at the top of the apartment, thinks he's trying to break in, so he knocks at Bowser's door to tell him about this and brings Junior with him.
    • You'd Expect: Bowser to tell Brooklyn that Junior is his son and that Bowser would later punish Junior for sneaking out and disobeying him.
    • Instead: Bowser falls too much for Junior's trick, and therefore believes that the dummy is the actual Junior and the real Junior is someone else pretending to be his son.
    • As a result: Brooklyn T. Guy takes Junior to jail.
  • The Purge!: The titular purge is announced on Channel 5 News, minutes before it starts. Junior and his friends find out about the purge, while Bowser hears about it off-screen.
    • You'd Expect: Bowser to have calmed himself down and trusted anyone who promises not to kill him or Junior to stay inside the apartment for protection.
    • Instead: Bowser over-reacts and assumes that Junior's friends and Chef Pee Pee may murder him and/or his son, so he kicks them out.
    • As a result: After being kicked out, Chef Pee Pee teams up with Brooklyn T. Guy to kill Junior.
    • Later: After the titular purge ends, Bowser wakes up and goes to Junior's room, where he finds Chef Pee Pee with a gun and Junior chained up. When Bowser asks Junior why he's chained up, Junior tells him that Chef Pee Pee wanted to kill him.
    • You'd Then Expect: Bowser to realize what was going on and punish Chef Pee Pee for trying to kill his son. After all, his son is chained up and Chef Pee Pee is there with a loaded gun.
    • Instead: Bowser thinks Junior has a new fetish (or something like that), and leaves his room with Chef Pee Pee.
  • Evil Chef Pee Pee!: Bowser comes in to see Junior with a bowl of poisoned Macaroni and Cheese. Bowser then notes the appearance of the Mac & Cheese, and Junior tells him Chef Pee Pee poisoned it.
  • Bowser Junior's Piggy Bank!: Junior and his friends break Bowser's piggy bank, despite him warning Junior to not break it. Toad replaces it with a real pig, hoping Bowser would fall for the trick, and Junior accepts despite believing it is a real pig and not a replacement piggy bank. Bowser returns home and decides to put some coins into his piggy bank when he finds the pig.
    • You'd Expect: Bowser to realize he's being tricked, since there's no way that a pig would serve as his piggy bank.
    • Instead: Bowser falls for the trick and therefore believes that his piggy bank had turned into a pig.
    • As a result: Bowser calls Brooklyn T. Guy to investigate this. The latter decides to break the news out to the public, which in turn creates a massive national recall of piggy banks due to fear of them turning into real pigs. This results in Bowser getting arrested when Brooklyn finds the broken piggy bank in a pantry and believes that he lied to him.
  • Bowser Junior's 8th Birthday!: A week prior to Junior's 8th birthday, Junior wakes his dad up and tells him to book his birthday party at Chuck E. Cheese's.
  • The Koopalings! Part 2: After the titular Koopalings left the apartment trashed, Goodman drops by to inform Mario and Bowser that he received a disturbance complaint from the neighbors and threatens to kick them out if he finds a chainsaw.
    • You'd Expect: Bowser would at least try to explain that it was the fault of the Koopalings, that his son accidentally made them with a cardboard box he bought for $100, he let them stay if they promised to do chores and they instead wreaked havoc while he and Chef Pee Pee weren't home and the Koopalings were promptly dealt with.
    • Instead: Bowser doesn't even attempt to explain the situation and (along with Mario) desperately fibs that there is no chainsaw in the apartment.
    • As a result: Goodman investigates the apartment, and he finds both the chainsaw and the couch cut in half with it. Bowser and all the other tenants are ultimately evicted and left homeless.
  • Turkey Tyranny!: After Obama bans all turkeys from Thanksgiving, Brooklyn T. Guy immediately comes to Junior's house within the first 10 seconds of this rule, and he shoots Chef Pee Pee's turkey and blows it up with a grenade with the help of his partner. Mario and Rosalina get shocked when they see this and Rosalina tells Mario and Chef Pee Pee that her parents will threaten to destroy the planet if they don't have turkey. Mario orders Chef Pee Pee to get a turkey from the Loan Dolphin as he prepares the Thanksgiving dinner and Rosalina's parents arrive. Off-screen, Bowser decides to invite Brooklyn T. Guy over for Thanksgiving.
    • You'd Expect: Bowser to realize about the "no turkeys" rule, and think back over his decisions, as if Brooklyn came to the house, Mario wouldn't be able to make the dinner.
    • Instead: Somehow he fails to remember that turkeys were banned from Thanksgiving, and invites Brooklyn over for Thanksgiving.
    • As a result: Mario freaks out and tries to stall Brooklyn.
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    Bowser Junior 
  • Bowser's House Fire!: Chef Pee Pee gives Junior a candle so he can admire the fire, as Junior wanted to play with fire initially after watching an episode of Doofy the Dragon. Junior goes to his room and puts the candle on his bed as he stares at it, then Bowser calls for Junior if he wants to go to McDonald's. Junior happily accepts.
    • You'd Expect: He would put the candle somewhere else, where it may not cause any damage.
    • Instead: He ends up leaving his candle on the bed while they go to McDonald's.
    • As a result: His bed gets caught on fire and their house burns down.
  • The Call of Duty Problem!: Junior kills Black Yoshi in a game of Call of Duty. Needless to say, Black Yoshi does not take this well, and asks Junior where he lives.
    • You'd Expect: Junior not to tell Black Yoshi his address.
    • Instead: Junior tells Black Yoshi his address. Not only that, he dares Black Yoshi to come to his house when he tells him about his gun.
    • As a result: Black Yoshi goes to Junior's house, destroys his Xbox One and steals his Thomas the Tank Engine toy.
  • Bowser Junior Loses Thomas!: Junior is playing with Thomas on top of the couch cushions. He then gets the doorbell.
    • You'd Expect: Junior to put Thomas down from the cushion on the couch first, then open the door.
    • Instead: Junior leaves Thomas behind, and Thomas falls down behind the couch.
    • Additionally: Junior never looks behind the couch while searching for Thomas later on.
    • As a result: Junior is thrown into a mental breakdown.
  • The Burger!: After realizing they only have one piece left of the titular rotten burger to make a wish, Cody and Junior argue on what their last wish should be, Junior wants to use it for his own personal gain, but Cody wants to use the last wish to save Joseph who had accidentally lost his head and died because of his last wish.
    • You'd Expect: They would go on a truce and take the last bite to wish for another wishing hamburger.
    • Instead: They keep arguing over the next wish as the piece accidentally falls off the table.
    • As a result: Junior's pet Chompy eats the piece.
  • Bowser Junior's Lottery Ticket!: Junior wins the lottery, but soon realizes the government has banned usage of fake IDs at the same time, and therefore he can't cash it in because he can't use his fake ID anymore.
    • You'd Expect: He would ask an adult he knows to cash the winning ticket.
    • Instead: He refuses to ask an adult he knows, such as his dad or Chef Pee Pee so that he doesn't has to share the money with them, therefore he and his friends decide to ask a stranger to cash the winning ticket and give them the money.
    • As a result: They give the ticket to Brooklyn T. Guy, who ends up claiming all the money for himself.
  • Bowser Junior Gets Rabies!: Joseph throws his new ball high enough for it to land behind a fence, and he, Cody and Junior go to investigate, where Junior meets a squirrel.
    • You'd Expect: Junior would discover the squirrel has rabies and eventually leave it alone.
    • Instead: He tries petting the squirrel despite Cody's warnings, causing it to bite his arm.
    • As a result: Junior gets rabies from the squirrel, and starts having Non Sequitur hallucinations before he eventually turns rabid.
  • Bowser's Depression: Junior finds his father hanging himself in the bathroom, after getting depressed from the cancellation of his favorite show.
    • You'd Expect: Junior would realize his dad is trying to commit suicide and would call Chef Pee Pee for help.
    • Instead: He doesn't realize his dad is dying and leaves to play with his toys.
    • Luckily: Bowser's life is saved when Chef Pee Pee finds out and gives him CPR.
  • Bowser Junior's Addiction: Junior gets addicted to Starbucks coffee, and after Pee Pee refuses to buy him more coffee, Junior finds the keys for the car. He begins to wonder if to drive to Starbucks or not, as he knows he doesn't know how to drive.
    • You'd Expect: Junior would simply leave the keys alone.
    • Instead: Blinded by his addiction, he takes the keys and turns on the car, but since he can't drive he gets himself killed in a car crash.
  • The President's Chef!: When Chef Pee Pee goes to Washington DC so he can be offered the chef job by President Barack Obama, Junior decides to sneak in his suitcase. While Junior goes with Obama to see all the Washington DC monuments, Chef Pee Pee tries to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich in order to impress the President. After Obama comes back, he disapproves Chef Pee Pee's sandwich. Before leaving, Junior decides to go to the National Archives Building in order to steal the Declaration of Independence.
    • You'd expect: Junior to think that stealing the Declaration of Independence is a bad idea, especially since there is only one copy of it in existence.
    • Instead: Junior not only steals it anyway, but also destroys it by wetting it with lemon juice and ripping it in half.
    • As a result: The United States ends up turning back into a British colony, since it doesn't have a declaration anymore.
  • Bowser Junior's Credit Card!: After Bowser Junior receives a credit card, he decides he cannot use it unless he really wants something for sale.
    • You'd expect: Junior would pay attention to his own warnings.
    • Instead: He gets distracted by various TV commercials advertising toys and other stuff, and he ends up buying them.
    • Then: When Joseph and Cody come over to Junior's house, and note all of the stuff he has, he explains that he bought them with a credit card. Cody tries to encourage him to stop using his credit card, but Joseph suggests multiple expensive stuff such as a swimming pool, a trampoline and ten pizzas.
    • You'd expect: Junior to obey Cody, especially considering the stuff that Joseph asked for may be more expensive to buy.
    • Instead: Junior immediately follows Joseph's suggestions, buys all the stuff that he asked, and eventually forgets to pay back the money.
    • As a result: Junior gets his credit card cut in half, and the Loan Dolphin and Mr. Goodman take away all his stuff.
  • The Elevator!: After Junior gets a signal on his cellphone while he and his friends are stuck in the elevator, Cody tries to convince him to call 911, while Joseph asks him to call Chef Pee Pee.
    • You'd Expect: Junior to obey his friends and call for help.
    • Instead: Junior calls Long John's Pizza out of hunger, only to lose signal moments after he takes his order.
    • As a result: Cody beats up Junior.
  • Evil Chef Pee Pee!: After watching a prank video, Junior and his friends decide to´prank Chef Pee Pee by throwing a water balloon on him, but when Junior and Joseph decide to freeze the water balloon and hit Pee Pee with it, Cody points out that if they hit him with a frozen water balloon, Chef Pee Pee could get seriously injured, knocked unconscious or even killed.
    • You'd Expect: Junior and Joseph to realize that Cody is right and that hitting Chef Pee Pee with a frozen water balloon could give him serious injuries, even killing him.
    • Instead: They ignore Cody, thinking that Chef Pee Pee will be fine even if they hit him with the frozen balloon.
    • As a result: Chef Pee Pee suffers a fractured skull, blunt force trauma, and permanent brain damage all at once and is killed instantly.
  • Bowser Junior's Piggy Bank!: After Junior and his friends see a commercial for a new Hot Wheels set which costs 64 dollars (tax included), he decides to ask his dad if he can borrow 64 dollars. Bowser refuses stating that since his birthday is next week, he could wait until his birthday. Despite this, Junior wants it instantly, so after showing Junior his piggy bank, he gives him a Thomas piggy bank so that he can save his own money to buy the Hot Wheels set. He also warns Junior to not break and steal the money from his piggy bank or else he will cancel Junior's birthday.
    • You'd Expect: Junior to obey his dad and simply save up for the money himself or wait for his birthday.
    • Instead: Hyped up on Hot Wheels (and to prevent Joseph from going home out of boredom), Junior and his friends break Bowser's piggy bank and buy the Hot Wheels set.
    • As a result: Junior and his friends go paranoid after his dad calls them that he's coming home.
    • Additionally: It turns out the piggy bank had a plug, according to Cody.
  • The Past Machine!: Cody reveals to Junior and Joseph a Past Machine made from a Bop-It, which allows its user to take stuff back from the past and bring it to the present. They use it bring back Abraham Lincoln, Hitler's mustache and Joseph's mom, while Junior really wants to bring back a T-Rex, but Cody warns him that it will be really dangerous. When Cody brings back Harambe, the latter runs away, and Cody looks for him, leaving Junior alone with the Past Machine.
    • You'd Expect: Junior to think back Cody's warnings and not touch his Past Machine.
    • Instead: Junior uses the opportunity to bring back a T-Rex.
    • As a result: The resulting T-Rex causes havoc in Junior's house and chases him and Cody all over the house. Junior decides to bring back something from the past to kill the T-Rex.
    • You'd Then Expect: Junior to bring back something non-life threatening that could kill or get rid of the T-Rex.
    • Instead: He brings back to the asteroid that caused the KT extinction event, unaware that it could kill him and all life on Earth.
    • Then: Cody gets mad at him for bringing back the asteroid, and Junior tries to think of something to stop the asteroid.
    • You'd Then Expect: Junior to bring back something to stop the asteroid, as well as the T-Rex.
    • Instead: He summons another asteroid towards Earth in hopes it could destroy the previous asteroid.
    • As a result: After realizing his mistake, he brings back the Big Bang despite Cody's warnings, causing the universe and the entire timeline to reset all over again. This time, the new timeline results in Joseph and Junior destroying Cody's Past Machine.
  • Shrek the Babysitter!: When Bowser and Chef Pee Pee go to a gay strip club while Mario takes Black Yoshi to a probation meeting, Jeffy and Junior are left under the care of Shrek. When Shrek goes to use the bathroom, Junior takes Jeffy upstairs to shoot Thomas down the stairs, and Jeffy ends up launching his shooting Thomas toy down the stairs, breaking it. As if that wasn't enough, he gets the idea to lock Shrek in the bathroom.
    • You'd Expect: Junior to think back over this idea, regarding that they can't do anything to get rid of their babysitter and that it was a bad idea.
    • Instead: Junior accepts this idea and helps Jeffy lock Shrek in the bathroom.
    • Then: After locking Shrek in the bathroom, they go to the kitchen and look in the fridge. Junior finds Shrek's cheesecake.
    • You'd Then Expect: Junior to remember that it's Shrek's cheesecake and look for another thing to eat.
    • Instead: Junior somehow forgets that the cheesecake belongs to Shrek, and eats it along with Jeffy.
    • After that: Shrek manages to break down the bathroom door after smelling his cheesecake, and has his Berserk Button pressed when he finds his beloved food being eaten. Mad, he chases after Jeffy and Junior, just as both hide behind the curtains. Jeffy then makes his weird noises, thus getting noticed by Shrek and taken away.
    • You'd Then Expect: Junior to stay behind the curtains and try not to freak out, as to not get caught.
    • Instead: Junior tries to save Jeffy, and flees from his hiding spot to rescue him.
    • As a result: Shrek takes Junior away as well, and locks them in the bathroom, where the toilet is clogged.
  • Life Is Ruff!: At the beginning of the episode, Junior takes his pet Chain Chomp, Chompy, outside to poop, when they come across a ball. Junior decides to play catch with Chompy by throwing the ball.
    • You'd expect: Junior to throw the ball into his yard so Chompy can catch it without leading him into danger.
    • Instead: He tosses the ball into the road, where he and Chompy get hit by Woody's truck.
    • As a result: Junior and Chompy switch bodies.
  • The Bake Sale!: After watching a TV show broadcasting stunt videos, Junior and his friends decide to record a video about one of them performing a dangerous stunt and submit it to get themselves on TV, so they decide to record Joseph riding a bicycle from the roof of the house.
    • You'd expect: Junior and his friends to realize how dangerous it is and do something else instead.
    • Instead: They go ahead with the stunt.
    • As a result: Joseph falls into the ground and winds up breaking all his bones in his body.
    • Then: Since Joseph has no medical insurance due to his home conditions, Junior and Cody decide to bake cookies in order to raise funds for Joseph and they ask Chef Pee Pee for help. Junior then gives a deal with the chef.
    • You'd expect: Junior to come up with a different kind of deal with Pee Pee.
    • Instead: Junior offers Chef Pee Pee half of the money they gain from the sale.
    • As a result: Junior and Cody have to sell more cookies in order to both pay for Joseph's medical insurance and pay back Chef Pee Pee.
    • Then: When Chef Pee Pee is about to start baking a second set of cookies, Junior wants to put them in the oven, despite Chef Pee Pee's refusal.
    • You'd expect: Junior to listen to Chef Pee Pee.
    • Instead: Junior grabs the cookie tray and he and Chef Pee Pee try to pull it away from each other, which results in Chef Pee Pee falling inside the oven.
    • As a result: Chef Pee Pee ends up with third-degree burns all over his body and since he has no insurance either, the bills are raised up to $125,000, thus leaving Cody to scold Junior.
    • Then: After Junior and Cody get the next set of cookies ready, Junior tries to sell them to Black Yoshi. Black Yoshi accepts them, but tells Junior that he will not pay him until next week.
    • You'd expect: Junior to realize Black Yoshi is lying.
    • Instead: Junior sells him the cookies.
    • As a result: Cody gets angry at Junior for falling into Black Yoshi's trick.
    • Then: After getting into a fight with Cody, Junior accidentally breaks Cody's glasses, rendering him blind, so Junior decides to make the cookies himself.
    • You'd expect: Junior to follow the instructions on how to bake cookies properly.
    • Instead: Junior grabs the tray and tosses a bunch of eggs into it, before emptying the cookie mix and then ketchup into the tray, thus rendering the cookies inedible.
    • You'd then expect: Junior to try and bake a new batch of cookies properly.
    • Instead: Junior buys $100 of already baked cookies using money from his dad in order to sell them.
    • Then: Junior and Cody try to sell the cookies to Jeffy, and Junior gets Jeffy into a bet duel. Jeffy's final offer is that of $99,000.
    • You'd expect: Junior to accept the offer.
    • Instead: Junior declines the offer, as he wants $100,000 for them.
    • As a result: Cody gets mad at Junior for not accepting Jeffy's offer, just as the Cookie Monster eats all of the cookies when they're not looking.
    • Then: Goodman then arrives at the house and reveals that they won the video contest, handing the duo a prize of $100,000.
    • You'd expect: Junior to accept the prize.
    • Instead: Junior declines, saying they need $125,000.
    • Luckily: Cody punches him and tells Goodman to hand him the prize money, thus they now have the money to pay for Joseph and Pee Pee's insurance.
    • Finally: After Joseph recovers, Junior and his friends try to figure out what to do next.
    • You'd expect: Junior to offer an safe thing to do.
    • Instead: Junior suggests laying on the middle of the road.
    • As a result: Junior gets all his bones in his body broken, and Cody and Joseph decide to make cookies for raise fund for Junior.
  • The Love Potion!: When Jackie Chu introduces a new girl to the class, named Britknee, Junior immediately falls in love with her, and tries everything he can to make Britknee his Valentine, but fails. Cody then shows Junior a love serum that he already made, and warns Junior that after injecting the serum, the target (in this case, Britknee) will fall in love with the first person she sees. As Junior pokes the syringe into Britknee's arm, Jeffy comes in class late.
    • You'd expect: Junior to notice Jeffy and realize that Britknee may fall in love with Jeffy, and stop injecting the syringe.
    • Instead: Junior injects the entire serum into Britknee without noticing.
    • As a result: Britknee falls in love with Jeffy.
    • Additionally: It turns out that Cody had used lizard genes to make his love serum, which results in Britknee turning into a dragon.
  • Loch Ness Monster!: Junior and his friends watch Dr. Finkleshitz discussing about the Loch Ness Monster, and Junior becomes fascinated in the Loch Ness Monster to the point where he wants to look for it in his backyard, despite Cody's warnings.
    • You'd expect: Junior to believe that the Loch Ness Monster isn't real.
    • Instead: Junior sets up a camera on a tripod near the house lake and waits for the Loch Ness Monster. For two days.
    • You'd then expect: Junior to stop waiting for the Loch Ness Monster and go do something else.
    • Instead: He decides to fake an eyewitness of the Loch Ness Monster by using one of his dinosaur toys. And for some reason, it ends up on the news. And Dr. Finkleshitz is yelling at the lake to try to get the Loch Ness Monster to appear.
    • Then: Brooklyn T. Guy visits the house and asks for the Loch Ness Monster's autograph from Junior.
    • You'd expect: Junior to admit that he lied, despite the controversy that may result from it.
    • Instead: Junior makes a fake autograph, has Cody take a bite out of it, and wets it with water.
    • Additionally: The US military attempts to nuke the backyard lake, and Junior is forced to tell the truth.
  • The Magical Button!: While in the attic, Junior and his friends discover a button that can grant its user a wish, but a random person will die in the process, excited about getting free stuff, Junior decides to use the button to wish for stuff, but Cody tries to stop him from doing so.
    • You'd expect: Junior to listen to Cody and not press the button at all.
    • Instead: Junior ignores Cody's warnings every time, thinking he might be killing a terrorist or maybe even someone else who is unimportant. This results in the death of Brooklyn T. Guy, Charleyyy, Patrick's mom, Bowser, Chef Pee Pee, Joseph, Goodman and Cody.
    • As a result: Junior is distraught for the death of his friends and family and finds out that the only way to bring them back to life is if he kills himself, so he kills himself with a gun and everyone that he has killed returns to life.
    • Luckily: Cody wishes for a button that could resurrect Junior, but kills Logan in the process.
  • ''Bowser Junior's Doll!’’: Chef Pee Pee is cooking dinner but Junior is throwing water balloons. Chef Pee Pee threatens to tell Bowser if he throws another water balloon.
    • You'd Expect: Junior to take his warning seriously, knowing that Bowser isn't above beating him.
    • Instead: Junior breaks a cup and, just as Chef Pee Pee declares he'll tell Bowser, throws a water balloon at him.
    • As a result: Chef Pee Pee tells Bowser about what happened and Bowser promptly goes to the kitchen to scold Junior.
    • You'd Then Expect: Junior to stop what he's doing and try to hide from Bowser, since (as mentioned) the latter tends to beat him.
    • Instead: Junior throws a water balloon at Bowser.
    • As a result: Bowser immediately takes him to his room, beats him and grounds him for a week, taking his toys away as well. Junior is mad at Chef Pee Pee for telling on him despite making a mess in the first place.
    • Then: Joseph sneaks into Junior's room and gives him, among other things, a voodoo doll. After getting teased by Chef Pee Pee three times, he wishes the doll were Chef Pee Pee and proceeds to "torture" it (not knowing that Chef Pee Pee is actually getting hurt in the process). Bowser, having heard the commotion, comes into Junior's room and sees the doll.
    • You'd Then Expect: Junior would quickly wish the doll was his dad, then toss it aside so that Bowser could get hurt (or knocked out) too.
    • Instead: He doesn't.
    • As a result: Bowser takes the doll from his hands and grounds him for an additional week.
    • Luckily: Junior gets the doll back by lying to Bowser that he needs to use the bathroom... but gets in further trouble with Bowser after sneaking outside to light a firework with the doll tied to it so Chef Pee Pee gets sent into space.
  • ''Finders Keepers!’’: Cody accidentally breaks Bowser Junior's window during a game of catch and they decide to look for the baseball in the yard. Instead, they find three stacks of money worth $10,000 apiece. Unlike Junior and Joseph, Cody isn't nearly so eager to claim the money and points out they don't know where it came from, suggesting they take it to the police who can return it to its rightful owner.
    • You'd Expect: Junior, whose jerkish traits have been downplayed somewhat in more recent episodes, to realize Cody might actually be right and call the police to report the stacks of money.
    • Instead: Junior dismisses the idea and convinces Cody the whole town could try to claim the money was theirs and the three claim a stack each.
    • Then: Later on, Cody has spent his money on laser eye surgery and Junior spent his portion (and the money he stole from Joseph) on a "star" a homeless guy sold him. Shortly afterward, they find out too late on the news that the $30,000 was money raised via GoFundMe to help a 9-year-old in need of a heart transplant... and the mailman was hit with the same baseball Cody had tossed. Junior feels bad about it and realizes they cannot do anything about it now that the money had been spent... but quickly gets an idea.
    • You'd Then Expect: Junior to scam Hansel out of the $20,000 he wasted and trick other characters into giving him enough money to make up the extra $10,000 or perhaps have him and his friends make a GoFundMe page themselves to help the kid.
    • Instead: Junior decides to send in Joseph's cow heart to be transplanted instead.
    • As A Result: Three days later, the news reports that the cow heart came in too late and the kid had died by then. On top of that, the cow heart wouldn't have been useful anyway.
    • Additionally: Junior paid for three-day shipping because it was cheaper.
  • ''Bowser Junior's Bad News!’’: Junior annoys Chef Pee Pee by playing with his "Mechazoid" toy while Pee Pee is cooking but he then realizes he has to use the bathroom.
    • You'd Expect: Junior to put his toy in a safe spot so it doesn't get misplaced or broken.
    • Instead: He asks Chef Pee Pee (who he should know isn't above doing anything he can to make him miserable, including destruction of propery) to watch "Mechazoid" while he's using the bathroom.
    • As A Result: Chef Pee Pee intentionally smashes the toy against the floor and breaks it.
    • Then: Junior returns to the kitchen and, upon finding out that his toy is now in pieces on the kitchen floor, freaks out and threatens to tell Bowser, prompting Chef Pee Pee to bribe Junior with any new toy he wants if he doesn't tell on him. Junior wants to go to Toys "R" Us but Chef Pee Pee states that it closed down due to bankruptcy.
    • You'd Then Expect: Junior to understand what Chef Pee Pee is telling him and ask about where to get toys instead.
    • Instead: Junior insists that Toys "R" Us cannot be closed, so Chef Pee Pee drives him there just so he can see for himself. Sure enough, Junior finally notices that it really is closed and throws a tantrum over it, resulting in a depression.
    • Then: Two weeks later, Junior is still depressed over Toys "R' Us' closure. When Joseph and Cody come over and he tells them what's been going on, Cody suggests he just accept it and move on.
    • You'd Then Expect: Junior to take his friend's advice and get over it.
    • Instead: Junior refuses, expressing (futile) determination to get Toys "R" Us to reopen by any means necessary and proceeds to do a chant of protest with Joseph outside the store. Cody points out how ineffective it is and the three go back home.
    • Then: Cody tries once again to tell him that they're unable to save Toys "R" Us, going so far as to say they cannot raise a billion dollars.
    • You'd Then Expect: Junior to just accept it and move on.
    • Instead: What Cody says gives Junior (and Joseph) the idea to make a song dedicated to Toys "R" Us in the hopes that they'll make a billion dollars. After much discussion and argument, Cody (who gives up trying to reason with him by this point) just decides to go along with it.
    • As A Result: The three then make their song and while Junior's part turns out very well, Cody turns it toward his own perverse desires and he and Joseph ruin the song by getting into a fight. Unsurprisingly, the song doesn't make any money at all.
    • Luckily: While Junior finally gives up trying to save Toys "R" Us, Cody states that Walmart and Target, among other places, have toy sections. Junior catches on to this and the three happily decide to head to Walmart for toys.
  • ''Chef Pee Pee's Restaurant!’’: Chef Pee Pee decides to run a restaurant called "Bon Appetit" out of their house, and has Junior put up the sign, as well as greeting customers and telling them their slogan.
    • You'd expect: Junior to ask Chef Pee Pee to tell him how to spell "Bon Appetit", and to remind him what the slogan is.
    • Instead: Junior misspells the restaurant's name as "Bone Apple Titty", and incorrectly remembers the slogan as "Welcome to Bone Apple Titty, where we beat our meat and give your face a treat!"
    • As a result: The "restaurant" comes off as unprofessional, making Cody think that Junior and Chef Pee Pee were playing pretend, and making it easier for Brooklyn to find the illegal business.
    • Then: Judy and Tyrone go to the restaurant to eat dinner, during which Junior continues to call Judy fat.
    • You'd then expect: Junior to realize that he should stop calling Judy fat, because he might hurt her feelings enough to make her leave.
    • Instead: Junior takes the fat jokes up to eleven by saying that the reason she's ordering a salad is that she doesn't want to eat her own kind by ordering a steak or a cheeseburger.
    • As a result: Judy ends up ordering a half salad, which would cost much less than a regular one.
    • Additionally: Judy and Tyrone leave without paying, which could've also had something to do with the fat jokes.
  • Bowser Junior's Walkie Talkie: Bowser Junior pours a cup of green gatorade, and decides he wants to drink it in his room. Chef Pee Pee tells him that he shouldn't, since it would make a mess.
  • Bowser Junior the Faker!: Jackie Chu announces a math test and warns that anyone who fails will be sent back to kindergarten. Later, Joseph comes over to Junior's house so they can study.
  • Cody's Sister!: Junior makes his friends play spin the bottle with him so that he can get the chance to kiss Cody's sister Katie. First junior spins the bottle and has to kiss Cody. After Katie's turn she also has to kiss Cody and she kisses him on the cheek. Then it's Cody's turn and the bottle stops at junior.
    • You'd Expect: Junior to try to kiss Cody on the cheek as well.
    • Instead: He french kisses Cody a second time.

    Chef Pee Pee 
  • Shrimpo Hunter Episode 4: Bowser informs Chef Pee Pee that he will have a date that night and he wants "shrimp alfredo" for dinner, otherwise he will kill him. Chef Pee Pee looks around the kitchen for shrimps, and he finds a couple of bags of shrimps in the fridge.
    • You'd expect: Chef Pee Pee to take them out and start cooking.
    • Instead: Chef Pee Pee misreads the bag and thinks it's chicken.
    • As a result: Chef Pee Pee calls Woody to hunt some shrimps for him.
    • Then: Chef Pee Pee aids Woody to catch the shrimpos, but after one of them escapes, Woody and Chef Pee Pee chase after it driving Woody's car. Woody jumps out of the car and catches the shrimpo, leaving Chef Pee Pee inside.
    • You'd then expect: Chef Pee Pee to jump out the car as well, or at least take control of the car and stop it.
    • Instead: Chef Pee Pee doesn't know what to do and screams in panic.
    • As a result: Woody's car gets into a car crash, killing Chef Pee Pee.
  • Bowser Junior's Caprisun: As Chef Pee Pee is about to eat his lunch during his 5 minute break, Junior comes in as usual. Chef Pee Pee tries to tell him to leave since he doesn't want to be interrupted since he doesn't much time to eat and do whatever Junior wants him to do. Junior then tells him that he's thirsty and wants a Caprisun.
    • You'd expect: Since it's just a Caprisun and would not take away a lot of time, he would get it for Junior and calmly put in the straw on the Caprisun, thus Junior would leave and he would have enough time to finish his lunch. But then again, we wouldn't have a video, so...
    • Instead: He refuses to get him the Caprisun, getting into arguments with Junior for most of his lunch break. He finally gets fed up, gets him the Caprisun, and in his rush to get done with this already, makes a mess trying to drill into the hole and get the straw on.
    • As a result: He misses his deadline, thus Bowser arrives, blames the mess on him, docks his pay, and takes away Chef Pee Pee's food for himself, throwing Chef Pee Pee into a mental breakdown.
  • Shrek's Homemade Cheesecake: After eating Chef Pee Pee's zebra cake with melted cheese, Shrek has to use the bathroom and wants Chef Pee Pee to wipe him but he ends up grossing out Pee Pee.
  • Chef Pee Pee's Lottery Ticket: Chef Pee Pee is miserable and exhausted, particularly because Bowser creates additional chores just to keep him from going on a break, one of which is making him take out a trash bag filled with cinder blocks. While he takes out the trash, Chef Pee Pee finds a lottery ticket. When he finally gets to go on a break, he watches the weekly lottery drawing, and the numbers shown on television (8, 12, 30, 38, 50, and 23) match the ones on his ticket.
  • Bowser Junior Goes Bowling!: Chef Pee Pee gets annoyed after failing multiple times in getting a strike in bowling. After he fails again, Craig the Devil shows up and offers Chef Pee Pee to allow him to get a strike in his next try in exchange for his soul.
    • You'd expect: Chef Pee Pee would realize he's being tricked and not accept the offer, considering he just failed his first try therefore his next try would be spare and not a strike.
    • Instead: He accepts the offer to sell his soul to the devil, and manages to hit all pins in his next try, only for Junior to point out it was a spare. Craig then admits he conned him, leaving Pee Pee without a soul.
  • April Fools!: After Chef Pee Pee tricks Junior into thinking his Thomas toy was lost in the garbage disposal, Junior and Toad pour bleach into his Sprite to get back at him. Chef Pee Pee takes a sip and comments that it tastes weird.
  • The Purge!: Since all kind of crimes are legal for that night, Chef Pee Pee chains Junior and prepares to kill him after all the misery he brought to him.
    • You'd expect: Pee Pee would kill him immediately.
    • Instead: He gets into a 6 hour rant about why he hates Junior, which lasts for the entire night, and Pee Pee finally ends his rant when the sun rises. Granted Junior was the one who asked Pee Pee why he hates him, which resulted in the rant.
    • As a result: The Purge ends, causing Pee Pee to miss his chance to legally kill Junior.
  • Happy Halloween!: When Chef Pee Pee goes to investigate why the front door was left open, he finds a bowl with candy, so he decides to eat some and picks one up with a razor blade inside.
    • You'd expect: Chef Pee Pee to realize there's a razor blade in the candy and either take it off to eat his candy or pick up another candy.
    • Instead: Somehow, he fails to notice the razor blade.
    • As a result: His tongue gets cut.
  • Netflix and Kill: When Cody rewinds the TV and pauses it in an attempt to get rid of the scary girl, Junior makes a promise that he won't unpause the TV. When Joseph and Cody leave, Junior gets turned on by the scary girl paused onscreen, but he keeps his promise not to unpause the TV, before going to bed. Chef Pee Pee then comes in during his break and sees the girl on TV.
    • You'd expect: Chef Pee Pee to realize that the scary girl might kill him if he unpauses the movie, and go find another place to sit.
    • Instead: Chef Pee Pee unpauses the TV, mistaking the scary girl for a virtual reality horror movie.
    • As a result: The scary girl kills Chef Pee Pee, Junior and Joseph.
  • Joseph Moves In!: Junior wakes up only to notice Joseph peeing on his pillow. Junior freaks out and takes the peed pillow to Chef Pee Pee to wash it. Junior then tries to tell him what happened.
    • You'd expect: Chef Pee Pee to agree that Joseph was the one who peed on Junior's pillow and not Junior, then Junior and Chef Pee Pee would most likely make up and go on a truce.
    • Instead: Chef Pee Pee accuses Junior for blaming Joseph for peeing on his pillow, even though it was Joseph's fault and Junior didn't do anything wrong with the pillow, before putting Junior's pillow in the washing machine.
  • Bowser Junior's Doll!: Junior has been punished by Bowser for throwing water balloons in the kitchen. Chef Pee Pee decides to take advantage of the situation for his benefit.
    • You'd Expect: Chef Pee Pee to be careful, since Junior has been known to get destructive or violent at times, and would likely not at all think twice before doing so in revenge.
    • Instead: He deliberately goes into Junior's room pretending to be Thomas and Joseph to get an eager Junior's attention, only to reveal it's him and run off laughing, leaving Junior annoyed.
    • Then: Chef Pee Pee later comes into Junior's room to give him a bowl of macaroni and cheese.
    • You'd Then Expect: For Chef Pee Pee to (at least temporarily) give up on joking around with him and have actually given him dinner, lest Junior starve and Bowser get mad at him for it.
    • Instead: It's yet another prank.
    • Additionally: Chef Pee Pee happily brags to himself about Junior receiving no dinner in retaliation for throwing water balloons.
    • As a result: Chef Pee Pee is tortured when Junior uses a voodoo doll (not knowing it's actually working, granted) and ultimately gets sent into space.
  • Cody's Mistake!: While Junior and his friends visit the beach, Chef Pee Pee gets an idea to prank them with a whale costume and destroy their sandcastle.
    • You'd Expect: Chef Pee Pee to think twice. Again, he should know that Junior and his friends may retaliate at him if he jokes around.
    • Instead: He goes with his prank anyway, and destroys Junior and Joseph's sandcastle.
    • As a result: As retaliation, Junior and his friends bury Chef Pee Pee in the sand and abandon him. He eventually drowns.
  • ''Chef Pee Pee's New Job!’’: Chef Pee Pee is chopping onions as part of cooking a meal for Goodman in order to win the contest he had entered when the doorbell rings. Naturally, Chef Pee Pee wonders who it could be.
    • You'd Expect: Chef Pee Pee to put the knife down, then go to the door.
    • Instead: Chef Pee Pee takes the knife with him to the door.
    • As a result: It turns out that Brooklyn T. Guy is at the door because Bowser Junior called 911, claiming that Chef Pee Pee was killing people. Brooklyn Guy sees the knife, thinks that he's actually committing murder and arrests him. On top of that, he's disqualified from the contest.
    • Chef Pee Pee's Restaurant!
    • Chef Pee Pee wants to open up a restaurant so he can get rich selling his food to people, so he goes to Goodman's bank to apply for a small business loan. Unfortunately, Goodman turns Chef Pee Pee down due to a combination of him having very little personal money, having a credit score of 4 (out of 800), and Goodman being greedy.
    • You'd Expect: Chef Pee Pee to go to a different bank for a loan.
    • Instead: Chef Pee Pee decides to set up the restaurant for free by running it out of Mario and Bowser's house.
    • As a result: Chef Pee Pee gets arrested by Brooklyn for running an illegal business out of his house.
    • Additionally: Chef Pee Pee didn't think it was necessary to get a business license to run a restaurant, which is a type of business.
  • The Restraining Order!: Chef Pee Pee has had enough of Bowser and Junior tormenting him, so he calls Brooklyn T. Guy to get a restraining order.
    • You'd Expect: Chef Pee Pee would limit his restraining order to just Bowser, Junior and his friends since they were bothering him and no one else was. Not to mention the numerous other residents of the house normally don't antagonize him like they do.
    • Instead: He has it declare everyone cannot go within ten feet of him.
    • As a Result: The restraining order backfires considerably, particularly when Chef Pee Pee orders pizza and receives his package.
    • Then: After so much hassle, he relaxes on the couch with Jolly Ranchers in hand and decides to help himself.
    • You'd Then Expect: Chef Pee Pee to only suck on one at a time to avoid choking.
    • Instead: He sucks on three Jolly Ranchers at once.
    • As a Result: He nearly chokes to death, especially made worse by the fact that the restraining order makes everyone unable to save him.
    • Luckily: An alien saves his life and he has Brooklyn T. Guy call off the restraining order for good.

    Toad 
  • Toad's Mistake 3: Toad gets hungry, so he decides to eat a cheesecake he finds in the fridge, when he remembers someone in the household loves to eat cheesecake.
    • You'd Expect: He would remember that it's Shrek's cheesecake, therefore going to eat something else instead.
    • Instead: He forgets that it belongs to Shrek and eats it.
    • As a result: Shrek finds him eating his cheesecake and chases him all across the house, hits him, gives him swirlies and forces him to eat his crap in the toilet.
    • Then: Toad manages to get away from Shrek for a while.
    • You'd Expect: Toad to find somewhere safe to hide.
    • Instead: He hides in a blender to avoid him, completely forgetting the blender is see-through glass.
    • As a result: Shrek spots him easily and then grinds him up into a gory, disgusting blob with the blender.
  • ''Black Yoshi's Bad Deal’’: Toad trades his empty PS4 box for Black Yoshi's gun, which angers Black Yoshi.
    • You'd Expect: Toad would give Black Yoshi his gun back after he demands it back.
    • Instead: Toad ends up selling him an Xbox One, which is another empty box.
    • As a result: Black Yoshi kills him.
  • April Fools!: After Junior pranks him into believing that his mom died, Chef Pee Pee in response pranks Junior into thinking that his Thomas toy was destroyed. As a result, Junior decides to get revenge on Chef Pee Pee, with Toad helping him.
    • You'd Expect: They would pull a non-life threatening prank on Chef Pee Pee.
    • Instead: Toad ends up pouring bleach in Chef Pee Pee's Sprite.
    • As a result: Chef Pee Pee dies from poisoning. Toad rushes to get the emergency number, and notices that it's April 2nd.
  • Replacement Eggs: Toad wants to check on Tony and Chad's egg while they go out, but they don't trust him and refuse, putting a container over the egg to protect it while they are out.
    • You'd Expect: Toad to obey them and leave the egg alone.
    • Instead: Toad removes the container as he smells the egg, then he accidentally touches it causing it to roll.
    • As a result: The egg falls off the table and breaks.
  • Toad's Stupid Idea: Toad, in need of money for his next song, tries to search stuff to sell and comes across Black Yoshi's new Call of Duty.
    • You'd Expect: Toad to remember that it belongs to Black Yoshi, who is violently protective of it and not to sell it.
    • Instead: Toad assumes that it belongs to nobody and sells it, alongside Mario's car.
    • As a result: Black Yoshi beats him up and threatens to kill him if he doesn't get it back.
  • Bowser Junior's Piggy Bank!: After Junior and his friends break Bowser's piggy bank and spend all the money on a Hot Wheels set, Bowser calls Junior to tell him that he's coming home in two minutes. Junior and his friends end up rushing to hide the pieces of the piggy bank in the pantry, and the only thing left is to get a new piggy bank to hide the evidence. Junior's friends dump him just over his jokes, and Junior starts crying due to no one helping him when Toad appears and claims he can get Junior a replacement piggy bank.
    • You'd Expect: Toad to get another piggy bank just like Bowser's.
    • Instead: Toad gets a real pig, confident that it is the perfect replacement. Junior accepts despite believing that it is a real pig and not another piggy bank.
    • As a result: Bowser believes that his piggy bank has turned into a real pig, and calls Brooklyn T. Guy over this. The latter decides to break the news out to the public, causing a media outbreak and panic with stores recalling their piggy banks due to fear of them turning into real pigs. After Brooklyn T. Guy searches the apartment for a trail of piggy banks and finds the broken piggy bank in the pantry, he decides to arrest Bowser due to lying to him and causing a national-span outbreak just over a broken piggy bank, and Junior realizes that he has to tell the truth. Junior then nervously goes to tell the truth, only for him to blame it on Cody's mom. This results in Cody getting a lot of unwanted attention over the sudden transformation.

    Cody 
  • Bowser Junior's Pool Party: Cody is invited to Junior's titular pool party, but since he can't swim, Junior decides to teach him how to swim, but fails after Cody nearly drowns. As a result, it's decided not to let him enter the pool.
    • You'd Expect: Cody to stay behind and wait for Junior and Joseph to finish playing in the pool, so he can play with them something else or at least return to his house.
    • Instead: Since he was made fun of, Cody decides to prove them wrong and jumps into the pool, landing face first in the water.
    • As a result: Cody drowns.
  • Bowser Junior's YouTube Channel!: When Junior decides to create his own YouTube channel and become famous, he and his friends decide to do prank videos, so Junior has Cody record him and Joseph pranking a cheerleader, and Junior tells Cody not to breathe into the camera.
    • You'd expect: Cody to record them pranking the cheerleader.
    • Instead: Cody gets distracted by a leaf and records it instead. Additionally, he breathes into the camera, drowning out the audio.
    • As a result: Junior and Joseph are enraged when they find out that Cody has been recording a leaf and Junior makes Joseph the cameraman.
    • Additionally: It is revealed that Cody uploaded the leaf video to YouTube, and it ends up getting over one billion views, making him more famous than Junior could ever hope to be.
  • Bowser Junior Gets Rabies!: Junior gets bitten petting a rabid squirrel despite Cody urging him not to. After they run home, Cody tries his hardest to warn Junior that rabies is a fatal disease and he must get the bite treated if he wants to live but Junior thinks a Band-Aid is sufficient to keep him healthy.
  • Broken: When Junior shows Joseph and Cody his new house, he shows them and Cody's Ken doll the balcony high above the living room. Junior tells them that he would hate to fall from that great a height. He then tells them it's time to see his playroom.
    • You'd Expect: Cody to take Ken with him.
    • Instead: Cody asks Ken if he wants to come with him, and believes Ken to want to continue looking down the balcony. He then tells him to be careful. Junior later tells Cody to grab Ken before he falls. Cody tries to do so, but he accidentally causes Ken to fall from the balcony and break in half, putting Cody into a deep depression.
    • Then: Junior and Joseph later manage to put Ken back together using his one piece tuxedo. There's only one catch; Cody can never take it off. When they give Ken back to Cody, they remind him not to take his clothes off.
    • You'd Then Expect: Cody to listen to Junior and Joseph.
    • Instead: Cody decides to take a bath with Ken around the same time Junior and Joseph sleep in Junior's new Thomas the Tank Engine bed.
    • As a result: Ken breaks in half once again, putting Cody into another deep depression.
  • Forsaken: After Junior and his friends decide to crush some caterpillars, Cody goes to the bathroom just as Ken falls off the table. Junior picks Ken up only to get caught by Cody.
    • You'd expect: Cody to realize what Junior was doing to Ken was a misunderstanding, and be grateful of Junior for picking up Ken.
    • Instead: Cody accuses Junior for stealing Ken from him, despite Junior and Joseph trying to tell him the truth.
    • Then: Junior and his friends have some Reese's Puffs cereal and Junior tries to pour Mountain Dew in his cereal, only to accidentally spill it. Joseph tells Junior to use Ken's clothes to clean up the spill, and Junior agrees. Just as Junior takes off Ken's clothes, Cody comes in and catches him again, believing that Junior was trying to see Ken's abs.
    • You'd then expect: Cody to realize that Junior was trying to clean the mess via Ken's clothes and once again listen to Junior and Joseph.
    • Instead: Cody gives Junior a warning and refuses to believe Junior.
    • As a result: A grumpy Cody starts to hypothesize that Ken prefers Junior.
    • Then: When Junior, Joseph and Cody play catch with each other, Junior plans to throw the ball at Cody from a very far distance, only for the ball to land on Ken's crotch.
    • You'd then expect: Cody to literally get the ball off of Ken's crotch and throw the ball back at Junior and Joseph.
    • Instead: Cody becomes even more suspicious.
    • Additionally: Cody throws the ball back but it only rolls half a distance before falling off the balcony.
    • Then: Joseph has had enough of this and tries to hide Ken in Junior's Thomas bed. This worries Junior as he tries to stop Joseph in fear that Cody would get mad at him and then gets in his bed to take Ken out, but then Cody comes in with the ball.
    • You'd then expect: Cody to realize that Junior was trying to get Ken out of his bed.
    • Instead: Cody says that it's "the last straw" and refuses to believe Junior once again.
    • Then: Cody then has Ken make the decision of who Ken wants to be with. Ken stands silently before falling on Junior's lap, leading Cody to think that Ken no longer loves him. He then ends up going into a deep depression. Junior thinks that this is a whole stupid situation and tries to give Ken back to Cody.
    • You'd then expect: Cody to cheer up and happily accept that Junior was giving Ken back to him.
    • Instead: Cody refuses as he keeps crying about how Ken no longer loves him and prefers Junior.
    • As a result: Cody gets a new boyfriend named Stretch Armstrong in order to make Ken jealous, only to go into a crying fit over thinking that Stretch is not as attractive as Ken.
    • Luckily: Joseph suggests Junior the idea of acting like he's breaking up with Ken, and Junior agrees with the idea since he doesn't want to be with Ken anymore. When Junior "breaks up" with Ken, Cody and Ken eventually "reconcile" together again.
    • Finally: Junior goes to the bathroom, and Joseph asks Cody where Stretch Armstrong is, and Cody replies saying that he's probably out eating caterpillars, just as Ken falls on Joseph's lap.
    • You'd expect: Cody to realize that Ken falling on Joseph's lap was an accident, or at least pick up Ken and place him to his left.
    • Instead: Cody breaks down crying as he goes into another depression about how Ken no longer loves him anymore and prefers Joseph over him, saying that his heart is broken..."IN HALF!"
  • Life Is Ruff!: After Junior and Chompy get hit by Woody's truck and switch bodies, Junior in Chompy's body tries to get Chef Pee Pee, Bowser and his friends to know that he is Junior, but Pee Pee gets mad at him for peeing in the kitchen, Bowser wants to smooth peanut butter on his head, and Joseph and Cody can't understand him. Chompy in Junior's body, meanwhile, poops on the kitchen table, constantly barks at Joseph and Cody, and even licks his balls. Cody later realizes that Junior and Chompy switched bodies, and tries to get Junior in Chompy's body to prove that he is the real Junior.
    • You'd expect: Cody to come up with a plan that doesn't involve dogs' point-of-view and/or color blindness.
    • Instead: Cody tries to get Junior in Chompy's body to pick a red ball out of two colored balls.
    • As a result: Junior picks the wrong ball.
    • Additionally: Cody figures out that dogs are color blind, so even if it was Junior in Chompy's body, he couldn't choose the correct ball.
  • Joseph Moves In!: When Junior gets tired of Joseph living with him, he and Cody decide to raise money to buy Joseph an apartment. They see a commercial on TV advertising a raw hot dog eating contest, where the winner will get $20,000. Cody enters the contest, and competes against Shrek.
    • You'd expect: Cody to swallow the hot dogs after he puts them in his mouth.
    • Instead: Cody simply just shoves as many of his hot dogs as he can in his mouth while Shrek gobbles down all his hot dogs.
    • As a result: Shrek wins the contest and the money. Fortunately, Shrek throws up, disqualifying him, and Cody wins the money anyway.
  • Mistaken: Junior, Joseph, and Cody watch Dr. Finkleshitz explain to the viewers that the Moon landing was faked. Junior and Joseph believe this, but Cody, who has his Ken doll with him, doesn't as you would expect. Cody believes that Ken has been to the Moon many times due to one of his jobs being an astronaut, and tells Junior and Joseph that Dr. Finkleshitz also told them that they could talk to aliens by dressing like hot dogs. This makes him remember that Judy is about to make hot dogs (well, without the buns of course) for dinner, and he rushes home to eat them.
    • You'd expect: Cody to take Ken with him.
    • Instead: Cody leaves Ken behind.
    • As a result: Junior and Joseph decide to send Ken to the Moon by tying thirty-five balloons to him. Cody finds out about this later, and is not happy about it.
  • Cody the Vampire!: Junior and Joseph are convinced that Cody's a vampire after watching Dr. Finkleshitz, and the latter's attempts to prove otherwise fall on deaf ears. After a while, Cody gives up and decides to leave.
    • You'd Expect: Cody would take Ken with him, especially after he made this mistake twice in "Broken" and "Mistaken".
    • Instead: Cody leaves Ken behind. This allows Junior and Joseph to rub garlic, which it's revealed Cody is allergic to, in Ken's mouth in order to kill him. Cody realizes he forgot Ken and returns to Junior's house to find him on the couch, wearing a sleeveless tux. Junior says it's so he can look good for Cody's next make-out with him, but Cody states he already made-out earlier.
    • You'd Then Expect: Cody, being the sane and smarter of the three, to suspect foul play and question Junior.
    • Instead: Cody accepts Junior's prodding to make out with Ken.
    • As a result: Cody dies of an allergic reaction to the garlic rubbed in Ken's mouth.
  • ''Sicken’’: Junior is ill but Joseph and Cody are invited over anyway. Upon finding out Junior has the flu, Cody thinks that Ken will get sick too even though Joseph points out he's a doll. Junior requests that Cody bring him more tissues.
  • ''Finders Keepers!’’: Cody, Junior and Joseph are in the playroom, and Junior suggests that they play catch.
    • You'd Expect: Cody to warn him that playing catch inside the playroom is dangerous and that they could break something.
    • Instead: Cody doesn't say anything.
    • As A Result: Cody inadvertently breaks the playroom window.
    • Then: When the trio goes out to look for the ball, they find three stacks of $30,000 in the front yard. While the other two are excited, Cody suggests taking the money to the police station so it can be claimed by whoever left it behind but Junior laughs it off.
    • You'd Expect: Cody to stick to his guns, take the money out of Junior's reach and call 911 to report they had found the money.
    • Instead: Cody decides Junior might be right and suggests they split it three ways. Sure enough, he spends his portion of the money purely for himself on laser eye surgery.
    • As A Result: This backfires when it turns out the money was raised on GoFundMe to help a kid receive a heart transplant.
    • Additionally: When Junior's idea to send in a cow heart for a transplant fails because the kid died and this donation was ultimately worthless anyway, he chews out Junior for it even though he selfishly spent a third of the money on himself.
  • ''Bowser Junior Almost Goes To Sleep Forever!’’: Joseph and Cody visit Junior's house, where Cody presents them with Jolly Ranchers. After Junior and Joseph state their approval, Cody offers them another Jolly Rancher.
    • You'd Expect': Cody to give them both just one each, since they could pose a choking hazard.
    • Instead: Cody pours out the rest of an entire bag of Jolly Ranchers.
    • Then: Junior asks how many Jolly Ranchers he can fit in his mouth.
    • 'You'd Then Expect: Cody, being the smart one of the trio and knowing that Junior is, well, Junior, to immediately try to warn him he could choke to death on them and thus discourage him from doing it.
    • Instead: Cody, doesn't realize that Junior meant "how many Jolly Ranchers" (for obvious reasons) until pointed out and, when the latter claims he can fit six of them in his mouth, he simply tells Junior to go ahead.
    • As a result: Junior chokes on them and nearly dies.
    • You'd Then Expect: Cody would realize his mistake and immediately try to save Junior. Even if he doesn't know how, he has his cellphone with him and can easily look up how online in a matter of seconds.
    • Instead: Cody humps him and decides he's through, then tasks Ken with help... which doesn't work.
    • Additionally: Cody claims he doesn't know what the Heimlich maneuver is.
    • Luckily: Cody decides to get Chef Pee Pee to help him and Junior is saved.
  • Cody's Handcuffs!: After eating a 12-inch hot dog without chewing it, Cody has to use the bathroom.
    • You'd Expect: Cody to take his Ken doll with him into the bathroom, especially since Junior and Joseph have shown negative feelings towards Ken many times, and he has made the mistake of leaving him behind at least three times before.
    • Instead: Cody asks Junior and Joseph to look after Ken while he uses the bathroom so that Ken doesn't ruin his figure by eating fast food.
    • As a result: Junior and Joseph find Ken about to eat a burger and fries from McDonald's, and punish him by throwing him behind the couch.
  • The Teleportation Machine!: Cody rides his bike back to his house so it doesn't get stolen and plans to teleport back to Junior's house with Ken.
    • You'd Expect: Cody to teleport his Ken doll first, then teleport himself. Cody did admit that teleported users are transported through molecules, to say the least.
    • Instead: Cody teleports himself and Ken at once.
    • As a result: Cody and Ken end up switching their heads in the process.
  • Bowser Junior Learns Spanish!: At school, Jackie Chu declares the student's homework assignment is to eat at a Mexican restaurant and test out the "Spanish" they've just learned. Cody reluctantly heads off to dine with Junior only to point out that Mexican food causes him digestive problems and he therefore cannot eat it. Just then, a waiter shows up (where it turns out the "Spanish" from earlier actually works) and asks Cody what he'd like to order.
    • You'd Expect: Cody to state he wants nothing or at least order something to drink instead.
    • Instead: He orders a taco and an enchilada.
    • Then: Their meals arrive and Junior suggests Cody try his. Once again, Cody points out he cannot eat Mexican food but Junior says it might be "diet".
    • You'd Expect: Cody, who has spent the majority of the video annoyed at the mangled language being passed off as actual Spanish and knows that Junior can be very stupid, to dismiss Junior's comment and leave his food untouched.
    • Instead: He tries the food anyway to predictable results.
    • You'd Then Expect: Cody to simply use the restaurant's bathroom. Junior even suggests he do this.
    • Instead: Cody refuses, on the basis that he doesn't use public bathrooms, and instead demands Junior to get the check so they can leave.
    • As A Result: Not only does Cody end up having to buy a book before they can leave the restaurant but he ends up soiling himself.

    Jeffy 
  • Mario the Babysitter!: Mario gives Jeffy a yellow crayon, and Jeffy feels the need to put it in his nose. Mario tries to warn him that he cannot put a crayon in his nose because it is only designed for coloring.
    • You'd Expect: Jeffy to pay attention to Mario.
    • Instead: Jeffy puts the crayon in his nose despite Mario's multiple warnings.
  • The Fishing Trip!: Jeffy ends up in the sea with a monkey float after Mario gets distracted by Junior getting attacked by a shark. Mario gets worried Jeffy would get killed by sharks and jumps to save him, but Mario gets attacked by another shark.
    • You'd Expect: Jeffy would call for someone to help and save Mario.
    • Instead: Jeffy doesn't realize Mario is in danger.
    • As a result: Mario is killed by the shark.
  • Jeffy's Stupid Home Video!: Mario finds Jeffy tied to a ceiling fan and decides to film it on his camera in an attempt to win a $50,000 prize on America's Stupidest Home Videos. He then shows the video to Jeffy.
    • You'd Expect: Jeffy to find what he saw as funny and hilarious, or at least good in the long run.
    • Instead: Jeffy thinks he's stuck inside the camera, then destroys it and flushes it down the toilet.
    • Then: Mario tries to film Jeffy with his phone, and orders him to do something stupid. He does this multiple times.
    • You'd Then Expect: Jeffy to spank his diaper or at least do something stupid.
    • Instead: Jeffy does nothing.
    • As a result: Mario gets mad at Jeffy, and forces him to be stupid. His attempt to submit the video to America's Stupidest Home Videos soon fails horribly.
  • Jeffy's Cellphone!: When Mario gives Jeffy a cellphone that flips open, Mario tells him that "you put it up to your ear and mouth" when making phone calls.
    • You'd Expect: Jeffy to put the cellphone up to his ear.
    • Instead: Jeffy snaps the phone in half with his mouth.
    • As a result: Mario is mad at Jeffy, and eventually decides to get Jeffy an iPhone.
  • Jeffy's Bad Word!: After Mario spanks Jeffy, both Rosalina and Jeffy are traumatized as a result, and Rosalina scolds Mario for "beating" Jeffy, despite Mario claiming that he only spanked him. On the other side of the story, Jeffy is convinced Mario "raped" him, and Rosalina tries to calm him down. She later sends Jeffy to bed and kisses him good night.
    • You'd Expect: Jeffy to go to sleep and forget about the experience.
    • Instead: Jeffy calls 911 and tells the police that Mario raped him.
    • Then: Brooklyn T. Guy gets mad when he hears the call and immediately comes to Mario's house, asking who raped the kid. Mario calls Jeffy over, and asks Jeffy to tell Brooklyn exactly what happened.
    • You'd Then Expect: Jeffy to tell Brooklyn T. Guy the entire story, including how he overheard the word "faggot" and started repeating it, as well as getting spanked by Mario.
    • Instead: Jeffy is still convinced Mario raped him, and says it like so.
    • As a result: Mario is forced to tell the truth, but it only ends in complete Laser-Guided Karma: he gets arrested, and is accused of rape, child abuse, and vehicular assault, as well as becoming a felon and a registered sex offender, and having his driver's license suspended. This results in him getting loathed on a global scale. On top of that, Hansel lies to the media that Mario ran over him, and Jeffy ends up on a tabloid talk show, explaining to the host about how he got hit in the butt.
  • Jeffy's Mistake!: When Mario and Rosalina go on a date, Jeffy is left under the care of Black Yoshi, who lets him play Grand Theft Auto on his Xbox One while he gets the "Koolaid cupcakes" from the oven. As Jeffy plays the game, his character gets killed by the cops.
  • Jeffy Sleepwalks!: When Mario and Jeffy get ready for bed, Jeffy starts annoying Mario with his cat piano. Mario tries to get him to stop.
    • You'd Expect: Jeffy to realize that he shouldn't be playing his cat piano in bedtime and put it away.
    • Instead: Jeffy continues to play his cat piano, not realizing the consequences from it.
    • As a result: Mario throws Jeffy's cat piano off the window.
  • Jeffy Goes To The Zoo!: While going to the zoo with Mario, Jeffy arrives at the gorilla exhibit where he meets a gorilla named Harambe.
    • You'd Expect: Jeffy to stay out of the gorilla enclosure.
    • Instead: Jeffy jumps inside the enclosure when Mario, Brooklyn T. Guy and even the camera are not looking, getting caught by Harambe who starts throwing him around.
    • As a result: Harambe is killed.
    • Additionally: Mario blames the zoo for not having proper enclosure to keep people away from Harambe.
  • The Hitman!: Mario hires the Loan Dolphin to kill Jeffy, and both of them come up with a plan wherein Mario gives Jeffy an ice cream cone so that the Loan Dolphin will know which kid to kill. Mario takes Jeffy to the park and does so, while Jeffy sits with the ice cream cone in his hand.
    • You'd Expect: Jeffy to eat his ice cream cone.
    • Instead: Jeffy throws away the ice cream cone when Mario's not looking.
    • As a result: The Loan Dolphin ends up killing Patrick Coleman instead.
  • The Ring: Mario informs Jeffy that he will propose to Rosalina and shows him the wedding ring he bought for her, but when Rosalina arrives home earlier, Mario, who's not ready to propose to her just yet as he wanted to do it that night, tells Jeffy to hide the wedding ring while he goes to distract Rosalina.
    • You'd Expect: Jeffy to obey Mario and hide the ring.
    • Instead: Jeffy throws away the ring and it lands in Shrek's homemade cheesecake.
    • As a result: Mario spends the entire episode trying to make Shrek to poop in order to get back the ring. However, it turns out Shrek didn't eat the ring and it was still in his plate. As Mario and Chef Pee Pee clean off the ring, the ring falls down the drain, getting lost permanently.
  • Locked Out: After Jeffy locks Mario outside the house, locks the front and back doors, closes the garage door and shuts all the windows and curtains, Mario tries to get back inside by going in through the open window climbing up a ladder. Jeffy then notices Mario trying to climb inside.
    • You'd Expect: Jeffy to let Mario inside.
    • Instead: Jeffy closes the window, leaving Mario to be noticed by Brooklyn T. Guy, a police officer, who believes Mario is drunk and has a grudge against someone despite Mario telling the truth. He then decides to talk to Jeffy, and asks him if Mario lives in his house.
    • You'd then expect: Jeffy to explain that Mario lives with him inside the house. Not only that, but he is a handicapped child too.
    • Instead: Jeffy lies and says that he has never seen Mario in his life.
    • As a result: Brooklyn believes Jeffy, takes Mario away, and forbids him from going inside the house, with a threat to arrest him if he hears that Mario is inside the house. Mario tries to sneak in from the air vent, but he is knocked unconscious by the fall and Jeffy throws his body out. Mario then sneaks inside the house disguised as chocolate cake, scaring Jeffy. When Jeffy flees outside, Mario follows, only to get locked outside again and get arrested.
    • However: It is eventually revealed this wasn't Brooklyn T. Guy, but his identical twin brother, Does Bad Things Guy, who likely knew it was Mario, but being a bad person, decided to play along with Jeffy to dick around with Mario.
  • Shrek the Babysitter!: When Bowser and Chef Pee Pee go to a gay strip club while Mario takes Black Yoshi to a probation meeting, Jeffy and Junior are left under the care of Shrek. When Shrek goes to use the bathroom, Junior takes Jeffy upstairs to shoot Thomas down the stairs. After Junior launches Thomas, he decides that it's Jeffy's turn.
    • You'd Expect: Jeffy to launch Thomas.
    • Instead: Jeffy launches the whole thing, breaking it upon hitting the ground.
    • Then: Junior and Jeffy run out of games to play, and Junior asks Jeffy what they're going to do now.
    • You'd Then Expect: Jeffy to come up with a safe game to play.
    • Instead: Jeffy gets the idea to lock Shrek in the bathroom with the help of Junior.
    • After that: After locking Shrek in the bathroom, they go to the kitchen and look in the fridge. Junior finds Shrek's cheesecake and decides to eat it along with Jeffy. As they eat, Shrek manages to break down the bathroom door after smelling his cheesecake, and discovers Jeffy and Junior eating it, pressing his Berserk Button. Shrek then chases after Jeffy and Junior, just as both hide behind the curtains.
    • You'd Then Expect: Jeffy to stay quiet.
    • Instead: Jeffy makes his weird noises.
    • As a result: Shrek finds Jeffy, and takes him away. Junior tries to rescue Jeffy, only to get caught as well, and Shrek locks them in the bathroom (in where the toilet is clogged) as punishment for eating his cheesecake.
  • The Quiet Game!: After Mario accidentally loses his hat thanks to Jeffy, he gets a call from Nintendo to take a picture for the cover of a video game idea for the Nintendo Switch. Rosalina then asks him where his hat is, and Mario finds himself in trouble. He then accuses Jeffy of taking his hat, and tries to get him to give him the location of his hat. Mario gives Jeffy a piece of paper and a pen to write where his hat is.
  • Nintendo Switch: When Mario gets a Nintendo Switch to sell to an investor, he unboxes it when Jeffy almost chainsaws the box, shocking Mario. When Mario later attaches the Joy-Cons to the Switch tablet, Jeffy's curiosity strikes and he tries to ask Mario what the screen looks like without the controllers. Mario then goes to use the bathroom, leaving Jeffy with the Nintendo Switch.
    • You'd expect: Jeffy to not touch the Nintendo Switch.
    • Instead: Jeffy saws both the Joy-Cons off the tablet, breaking it.
    • As a result: Mario gets extremely shocked and terrified when he sees the broken Nintendo Switch. As if that wasn't enough, the investor, who just so happens to be Jackie Chu, comes early and Mario is forced to show him a Nintendo Switch.
    • You'd then expect: Jeffy to go find a Nintendo Switch for Mario, or at least buy another one. After all, he did earn a thousand dollars in "The Quiet Game!", and he got a lot of money in "Jeffy Loses His Teeth!".
    • Instead: Jeffy just takes a light switch and puts the Nintendo logo on it.
    • As a result: After Jackie Chu turns down the broken Nintendo Switch, Mario is forced to show him Jeffy's Nintendo Switch, which later ends up becoming a huge success.
  • The Baby Project!: After Jackie Chu pairs Junior with Jeffy and gives them their baby doll for them to take care of for 24 hours, Junior explains the concept to Jeffy, and Jeffy asks him if he can see it. Junior accepts, and hands him the baby.
    • You'd expect: Jeffy to not do anything dangerous to the baby.
    • Instead: Jeffy throws the baby doll off the window.
    • As a result: The baby starts crying.
    • You'd then expect: Jeffy to get used to it.
    • Instead: Jeffy throws the baby doll towards a truck, which runs over it.
    • Then: The two try to go take the baby a bath.
    • You'd expect: Jeffy to watch over the baby doll.
    • Instead: Jeffy throws his toaster in the bathtub, electrocuting the baby.
    • Then: After the baby gets blackened, the two try to ask Chef Pee Pee to feed the baby, to no avail. They try to feed the baby themselves, and Junior can only find green beans in the pantry.
    • You'd expect: Jeffy to get over his hatred of green beans for once.
    • Instead: Blinded by his hatred of green beans, Jeffy throws the baby and the plate of green beans away.
    • As a result: Chompy starts biting on the baby, and Junior tries to get it back. When Junior gets the baby back, he notices that it is missing a leg.
    • Then: Junior and Jeffy try to clean the baby doll.
    • You'd expect: Jeffy to clean the baby doll with the soap.
    • Instead: Jeffy makes Junior turn on the garbage disposal, mistaking it for the soap.
    • As a result: The baby doll gets cut up.
    • Finally: When the two get ready for bed, Jeffy watches over the baby, while Junior goes to sleep. The baby then starts crying as soon as Junior goes to sleep, despite being highly injured.
    • You'd expect: Jeffy to find a way to make the baby stop crying.
    • Instead: Still tired of the baby crying, Jeffy shoots the baby, and burns it in a grill.
    • As a result: The baby doll is reduced to ash.
    • Luckily: Jackie Chu gives them an A+ because the baby was a girl in the first place, and Junior and Jeffy were supposed to kill it for that reason.
  • The Golden Egg!: After Jeffy shows Mario his painted Easter egg, Mario tells him that he painted his face on the egg.
    • You'd expect: Jeffy to accept that he painted his face on the egg.
    • Instead: Jeffy denies it, and believes that he just painted the egg.
    • As a result: Mario gets frustrated, and throws another egg at the wall, breaking it.
    • Then: After Mario breaks the egg, an Easter Bunny Genie is freed from the egg, and tells everyone that by freeing him, there is now a golden egg hidden in the house that can grant only one wish. Everyone then searches for the egg, trashing the house in the process. Joseph, Cody, Bowser, Shrek, Black Yoshi and Brooklyn T. Guy then later join the golden egg hunt, but nobody can find the egg. They proceed to ask the Easter Bunny Genie, and Jeffy reveals that he had the golden egg.
    • You'd expect: Jeffy to realize that he found the golden egg, and give it to someone who wants the wish.
    • Instead: Being Jeffy, he wishes that he had the golden egg, despite already having it, thus making the wish useless.
    • As a result: Everyone else is shocked when they find out that Jeffy wasted the wish, and they beat up Jeffy to death.
  • The Dead Body!: After Mario accidentally runs over Hansel (or so he thinks), he and Jeffy try to figure out how to get rid of the body. When Mario hears a doorbell, he goes to check and tells Jeffy to hide the body.
    • You'd expect: Jeffy to hide Hansel's body.
    • Instead: Jeffy simply puts Hansel in a sitting position and puts bunny glasses on him.
    • As a result: When Rosalina comes, she sees Hansel and asks who he is. Mario then starts to lie saying that Hansel is a friend of Jeffy from school.
    • You'd then expect: Jeffy to play along and also pretend that Hansel is alive.
    • Instead: Jeffy constantly tells Rosalina that he's dead and that Mario ran over him, frustrating Mario, and thus forcing him to tell the truth to Rosalina.
    • As a result: Rosalina breaks down in tears and tries to call the cops, only for Mario to tie her up and tape her mouth shut.
  • Jeffy Sneaks Out!: Junior asks Jeffy if he can go to the movie theater with him, so Jeffy decides to ask Mario for his permission, in the hopes that Mario will say yes. When Jeffy asks Mario, Mario tells him, "Not today."
    • You'd expect: Jeffy to remain calm and ask again tomorrow; heck, maybe he could even ask Mario why he's not letting him go to the theater.
    • Instead: Jeffy says the F-word.
    • As a result: Mario grounds Jeffy for the night. He also warns Jeffy that if he continues swearing, he will be grounded for a week.
    • You'd then expect: Jeffy not to swear any more and to wait for his punishment to be over before asking again.
    • Instead: Jeffy continues swearing as he asks Mario how long a week is.
    • As a result: Mario grounds Jeffy for a week, then warns Jeffy that if he continues swearing, he will be grounded for two weeks.
    • You'd then expect: Again, Jeffy not to swear any more, and to wait for his punishment to be over.
    • Instead: Jeffy continues swearing as he asks Mario how long two weeks is.
    • As a result: Mario grounds Jeffy for two weeks.
  • Jeffy and the Beanstalk!: Jeffy refuses to eat his green beans to the point of throwing a tantrum, to which Mario responds by forcing him to eat a large plateful of green beans, threatening to ground him if he doesn't.
  • Jeffy's Cat Piano Problem!: Jeffy interrupts Mario and Rosalina's adult time playing with his piano. He then asks Mario if he can sing a song, and Mario reluctantly lets him do so, only to get mad after Jeffy starts singing about diarrhea. Mario quickly orders Jeffy to stop singing.
    • You'd expect: Jeffy to obey Mario, stop singing and put away the cat piano.
    • Instead: Jeffy continues singing about diarrhea.
    • As a result: Mario takes away Jeffy's cat piano and hides it behind several cans of green beans in the pantry.
    • Luckily: Thanks to Junior, Jeffy goes inside Mario's brain, controls him and convinces Rosalina to get his cat piano back.
  • Jeffy Has Kids!: When Jeffy serves a pile of junk food to his three children, Jeffy Jr. throws the plate away. Jeffy gets mad, grounds his son and takes him upstairs.
  • Jeffy's Wifi Problem!: Jeffy is playing Rocket League on his Nintendo Switch when Mario tells him to do his chores. He refuses and Mario threatens to change the Wi-Fi password.
    • You'd Expect: Jeffy to do as he's told, knowing he'll be able to play the game later.
    • Instead: Jeffy says he doesn't care and Mario changes the Wi-Fi password.
    • Then: Jeffy is thrown into a hissy fit, but Mario sticks to his guns and tries to get him to do chores, specifically washing dishes and dusting, promising he'll give Jeffy the new Wi-Fi password if he finishes his chores.
    • You'd Then Expect: Jeffy, who later states he doesn't know what he's doing, to ask Mario to show him how to do the chores or at least try to pour water and soap into the sink.
    • Instead: Jeffy grabs some of the dishes and smashes them onto the floor, thinking he's cleaning them. Mario eventually sees what Jeffy did, promptly freaks out and grounds Jeffy, also denying him the Wi-Fi password.
    • You'd Then Expect: Jeffy to suck it up and learn that he has to do his chores right.
    • Instead: Jeffy throws another tantrum and Mario still refuses to give him the Wi-Fi password. He also tries to Prank Call Mario, under the guise of verifying Mario's Internet account, but it fails.
    • Then: Later on, Jeffy bribes Brooklyn T. Guy, who he called over, to get the Wi-Fi password from Mario for $20, but instead Brooklyn ends up selling Mario a foosball table for $500. Afterward, he and Jeffy meet downstairs, where the former lies he didn't receive it because Mario caught on to his foosball table scam, but then offers him a foosball table for $300.
    • You'd Then Expect: Jeffy, knowing he had been cheated out of $20, to not take him up on the offer and refuse Brooklyn's further services (especially since he didn't get the Wi-Fi password).
    • Instead: Jeffy buys the foosball table, which turns out to be the same one Mario bought, and both had wasted a total of $800 on it.
    • Luckily: Junior comes by and, upon being informed that Mario had changed the Wi-Fi password, explains he uses the neighbor's Wi-Fi at times like this since it has no password, which gives Jeffy the idea to change the Wi-Fi connection on his Switch.
  • Jeffy Gets a Job! Jeffy needs $20.00 for the Fortnite battle pass, so Mario takes him to Jimmy John's, where Brooklyn T. Guy hires him as an employee. At one point, Hansel the Hobo comes into the restaurant and orders a large number of sandwiches.
    • You'd Expect: Jeffy to charge Hansel for the sandwiches.
    • Instead: Jeffy gives the sandwiches to Hansel for free.
    • As a Result: Brooklyn finds out from Jeffy and is not happy about this. This also results in Mr. Goodman firing them both.
  • Jeffy's Bad Dog!: Jeffy manages to clean his bedroom in one minute by tossing everything out the window. Mario is impressed when he sees how clean Jeffy's bedroom is, and lets Jeffy have chocolate cake as a reward. When Jeffy goes to the couch, which his dog, Poopy Butt is on to show Mario his chocolate cake (which is covered in Oreos and chocolate syrup), Mario insists that Jeffy eat it with a fork and use napkins, so they go to the kitchen to get a fork and napkins.
    • You'd Expect: Mario and Jeffy to take the chocolate cake with them, since chocolate is very bad for dogs.
    • Instead: They leave the chocolate cake on the couch, right within Poopy Butt's reach.
    • As a Result: Poopy Butt eats the chocolate cake and dies.
  • Jeffy's Foster Home!: Jeffy, wearing a Spider-Man mask, hits Mario with a lightsaber toy. Mario immediately retaliates by hitting him back with it and breaking it in the process before he proceeds to confiscate both things.
    • You'd Expect: Jeffy to leave them alone and find something else to play with instead.
    • Instead: Jeffy sneakily tries to take them back while Mario's right in front of him.
    • As a Result: Mario catches him and promptly whacks him on the hand.
    • Then: In a rage, Jeffy goes off to call the police and report Mario for physically assaulting him.
    • You'd Then Expect: Jeffy to be honest about the incident to Brooklyn Guy.
    • Instead: He exaggeratively lies through his teeth that Mario had been inflicting extreme child abuse upon him.
    • As a Result: With Brooklyn Guy's intervention, Jeffy is taken out of the house and put into the "care" of his relative Makes Bad Decisions Guy. Worst of all, it turns out the man is very unhinged and he and his housemate are not above killing Jeffy to make a meal out of him.
    • Luckily: Jeffy manages to escape and is taken back home where he apologizes to Mario.
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    Brooklyn T. Guy 
  • Stuck in a Tree: After Toad gets stuck on the top of a tree when trying to help a kitty, Brooklyn T. Guy shows up to aid both of them and tells Toad to toss the kitty at him, so he can catch it. Toad does so and Brooklyn catches the kitty, then he tells Toad to jump so he can help him. Toad does so, just as Brooklyn's phone rings.
    • You'd Expect: Brooklyn to help Toad first.
    • Instead: Brooklyn gets distracted and answers the call.
    • As a result: Toad hits the ground.
  • Chef Pee Pee Quits! Part 2: After Chef Pee Pee quits and becomes a police officer, Bowser and Junior hire Brooklyn T. Guy to be their substitute chef. Junior gets the idea to make him cook microwave pizza for them, and Bowser goes off to watch Charleyyy while they cook. While preparing, Toad gets in the way and decides to help. The three take the pizza out of the box and then put it in the microwave.
    • You'd Expect: Brooklyn to press Pizza on the microwave.
    • Instead: Brooklyn ignores the Pizza button, and presses Frozen Vegetable instead.
    • As a result: The pizza isn't cooked, despite being baked in the microwave.
    • You'd Then Expect: Again, Brooklyn T. Guy to press Pizza on the microwave.
    • Instead: Brooklyn decides to boil the pizza in a pot, rendering the pizza inedible and messy.
    • As a result: Bowser blames it on Brooklyn T. Guy and fires him.
  • The Gun!: Brooklyn T. Guy hosts a press conference at the playground, about the murder of 15 children at the playground, and Junior and his friends are watching it on TV.
    • You'd Expect: Brooklyn to look around the playground first to look for the gun that was used in the murder.
    • Instead: Brooklyn doesn't look around, and claims that the police look for the gun at the playground and match the fingerprints to the murderer.
    • As a result: Junior and his friends believe they found a murder weapon.
    • Additionally: It is revealed that he already found the gun used in the murder, which belonged to David Winkle, and that he also somehow lost his gun, which ended up in Junior's household.
  • Bowser Junior's Piggy Bank!: Bowser calls 911 over the fact that his piggy bank "had turned into a real pig", and Brooklyn arrives at the apartment to investigate. Bowser explains that it is completely true and he has to trust him.
    • You'd Expect: Brooklyn to dismiss him, considering that no piggy banks can ever turn into pigs.
    • Instead: Brooklyn is too stupid to realize it isn't true and calls it big news, and decides to call the press over this.
    • As a result: A media outbreak occurs, and huge amounts of piggy banks are recalled due to people fearing them turning into real pigs.
  • Bowser Junior's Package!: Brooklyn T. Guy as a UPS man delivers Junior's gak the latter ordered the night before to Junior's apartment, only to come across three flights of stairs. He refuses to climb them all due to his hatred for stairs.
    • You'd Expect: Brooklyn to get over his hatred and climb up the stairs to Junior's house.
    • Instead: He gets an idea to throw the package up at Junior's door. It works, only for him to realize that somebody had to sign for it. He ends up climbing the stairs all the way to Junior's door and tries to knock, getting no response. He decides to take the package and try again later.
    • As a result: Junior accuses his friends, Ken, Chef Pee Pee and Bowser of stealing the package, and nearly kills Chef Pee Pee, stabs Bowser to death and beats up Joseph and Ken because of this.
  • Jeffy Goes To The Zoo!: Mario, Jeffy and the zookeeper tour guide, Brooklyn T. Guy, arrive at the gorilla exhibit where Mario and Jeffy meet a gorilla named Harambe. Mario and Brooklyn get into a short discussion about grapefruits when Jeffy jumps inside the gorilla enclosure and gets caught by Harambe, who starts grabbing Jeffy and throwing him around, much to Mario's and Brooklyn's shock.
    • You'd Expect: Brooklyn to shoot Harambe with a tranquilizer in order to save both the gorilla and Jeffy.
    • Instead: Brooklyn sacrifices Harambe by shooting him with a gun, leaving Jeffy the only one alive. In his defense, he believed that if he did use a tranquilizer in the first place, Harambe would've gotten into an outrage and would've killed Jeffy in the process.
    • As a result: A massive media outbreak occurs over Harambe's death, and everyone — even Bowser — completely believes that Mario is a bad parent, despite Mario trying to admit that it was the zoo's fault for not having infrastructure and proper enclosure to prevent people from sneaking in the exhibit.
  • Jeffy's Flu Shot!: It's flu season, so Brooklyn comes to give Mario, Jeffy and Rosalina their flu shots.
    • You'd Expect: Brooklyn to put the antidote in the flu shot.
    • Instead: He jokes around and puts tap water in the flu shot, meaning that Brooklyn had injected Mario, Rosalina and himself with just water.
    • As a result: Mario ends up catching the flu.
    • However: It is eventually revealed this wasn't Brooklyn T. Guy, but his identical twin brother, Does Bad Things Guy, who, being a bad person, might have intentionally wanted to get his patients sick with the flu by putting tap water in the flu shot on purpose.
  • Locked Out: Jeffy locks Mario out of his house, and Mario tries to get in in through the open window with a ladder when Jeffy locks the front and back doors and closes the garage door. Just as he gets to the top, Jeffy closes the window. When Mario climbs back down the ladder, Brooklyn, as a police officer, asks Mario what he's doing. Mario explains to him that he's trying to get back in his house after Jeffy locked him out.
    • You'd Expect: Brooklyn to believe Mario, considering the two have met before. Not only that, Brooklyn was the one who sold Mario the house in the first place in "The New House!".
    • Instead: Brooklyn thinks Mario has a grudge against somebody and is also drunk. He decides to talk to Jeffy, and asks him if Mario lives in his house. Jeffy lies to him and tells him he's never seen Mario before in his life.
    • You'd then expect: Brooklyn not to believe Jeffy, considering that Jeffy is a minor and not allowed to live in a house without a parent or legal guardian.
    • Instead: Brooklyn believes Jeffy and takes Mario away. He even thinks that Jeffy has money, since he was holding chocolate cake. Since he doesn't believe Mario, Brooklyn tells him that he can't set foot in his house, because if he gets another call from Jeffy saying that Mario's in his house, he will be arrested. Mario later manages to sneak back into his house, disguised as a chocolate cake, and scares Jeffy. Jeffy locks him out, and Brooklyn arrests him.
  • ''The Secret Door!’’: Seven months ago in October 2016, Brooklyn needed a vacation from working over 30 different jobs. Only those jobs won't do themselves. Someone had to take his place.
    • You'd Expect: Brooklyn to get somebody decent to do those jobs. Identical twins shouldn't matter if those 30+ jobs are done efficiently. Perhaps Does Good Things Guy could have lent a hand.
    • Instead: He somehow thought it was a good idea to hire Does Bad Things Guy, his only identical twin. As his name implies, he does bad things. In Brooklyn's defense, he thought the bad things his brother does was something small like stealing, but it's still an unwise decision that, in the long run, not only just got about 26 people murdered, but also almost got Mario, Rosalina and Jeffy killed.
  • Jeffy's Brain!: After Jeffy accidentally sneezes his brain out, Mario tells Rosalina to call Brooklyn and tell him that Jeffy sneezed his brain out.
    • You'd Expect: Brooklyn to believe that Jeffy actually sneezed his brain out.
    • Instead: He thinks that Jeffy needs a new brain, and brings along his "recycled brain bin".
    • As a result: When Brooklyn picks up Jeffy's brain, he slips it onto the brain bin, thus losing it.
  • Black Yoshi's Call of Duty Special Edition!: When Mario refuses to buy Black Yoshi the new Call of Duty: WWII PS4 bundle, Black Yoshi attempts to buy the console himself. After unsuccessfully trying to trade in his used Call of Duty games and trying to buy the console with an Applebee's gift card, he steals Mario's credit card to buy it. However, Brooklyn tells Black Yoshi he needs an I.D. to prove that he didn't steal the credit card. Black Yoshi hands him a fake I.D. that was drawn in crayon.
    • You'd Expect: Brooklyn not to give into Black Yoshi's demands.
    • Instead: After numerous attempts from Black Yoshi, Brooklyn gives in and sells Black Yoshi the console. Mario later finds out from his credit card company that somebody spent $499.99 (plus tax) at GameStop, and shortly afterwards, finds Black Yoshi with the PS4. He goes to GameStop and explains the situation to Brooklyn, who will gladly refund his money, provided all the contents are still included. Brooklyn takes out the game, the controller, and the console.
    • You'd Then Expect: Brooklyn to believe everything is still in the box and refund Mario's money.
    • Instead: Brooklyn only believes he took out the game and the controller, and that the console is missing, not noticing the console right in front of him. Not only that, but Mario and Black Yoshi also believe the console is missing and fail to notice it right in front of them.
    • As a result: Brooklyn doesn't refund Mario's money.
  • Jeffy's Wifi Problem!: Jeffy calls Brooklyn T. Guy and gives him $20 in an attempt to get Mario's new Wi-Fi password. Brooklyn then comes upstairs and pretends to Mario that he's selling him a foosball table. When he says that he needs the password, Mario gives it to him.
    • You'd Expect: Brooklyn to leave and tell Jeffy that he got the password.
    • Instead: He offers Mario two foosball tables, one for $1000 and one for $500 — not to mention he also shows Mario two photos of him failing to hold the Leaning Tower of Pisa — and ends up selling him the $500 table.
    • Then: Brooklyn meets Jeffy downstairs, and he asks him if he got the password.
    • You'd Then Expect: Brooklyn (again) to tell Jeffy that he did get the password but also sold him a foosball table in the process.
    • Instead: He lies to Jeffy that he didn't get the password because Mario knew he was lying. Jeffy then demands his money back.
    • You'd Then Expect: Brooklyn to accept and give him his $20 back.
    • Instead: Not only does he deny returning Jeffy's money, but he also offers him a $300 foosball table. Jeffy accepts.
    • As a result: Mario and Jeffy get scammed and lose $800.
  • Chef Pee Pee's New Job!’’: Brooklyn Guy receives a call from Junior claiming that Chef Pee Pee is killing people (when he's actually chopping onions) and comes to the house. Upon answeting the door, he sees Chef Pee Pee holding a knife and believes he's really'' killing people but Chef Pee Pee insists otherwise.
    • You'd Expect: Brooklyn Guy to immediately investigate the house and determine it was a false alarm.
    • Instead: He still believes Chef Pee Pee is killing people and arrests him.
  • ''Jeffy Gets a Job!’’: Brooklyn works as the manager of Jimmy John's, when he notices that $5.00 is missing from the cash register. He asks Tommy, one of his employees, who stole $5.00, and Tommy points at Savannah, who clearly has the missing $5.00 hanging from her apron.
    • You'd Expect: Brooklyn to fire Savannah for theft.
    • Instead: Brooklyn fires Tommy for snitching, claiming that Jimmy John's doesn't hire snitches. He also keeps Savannah employed simply because she makes the best sandwiches, and informs Jeffy that only she is allowed to steal money from the cash register.
    • As a Result: Mr. Goodman finds out near the end of the video and fires them both.
  • The Restraining Order: Brooklyn is called to the house as a cop by Chef Pee Pee, who wants to get a restraining order against the entire world. Later, after the restraining order is enacted, Chef Pee Pee calls Brooklyn again to have him come to the house to deliver a pizza. Brooklyn is unable to hand the pizza box to Pee Pee due to the restraining order verifying that no one can come within 10 feet of him. Pee Pee tries to throw the money to him, but fails to make it, so Brooklyn tells him to back up a few feet so that he can walk up and pick the money off the ground, which he does.
    • You'd Expect: After Brooklyn picked the money up, he would place the pizza box on the ground and leave, allowing Pee Pee to go and pick it up.
    • Instead: Brooklyn tries to throw the box to Pee Pee.
    • As a Result: The pizza falls out onto the ground.
    • Later: Brooklyn shows up as a postal man to deliver a package to Pee Pee. Pee Pee tells him to just leave the package on the ground, but Brooklyn tells him that he has to see his registration. Pee Pee leaves the registration on the ground for Brooklyn.
    • You'd Expect: Brooklyn would leave and let Pee Pee pick up the package.
    • Instead: Having learned nothing from last time, Brooklyn tries to throw the package to Pee Pee. Pee Pee tells him to not throw it and just leave it on the ground for him. Brooklyn ignores him and throws it.
    • As a Result: The package hits the ground and the contents are broken.
  • Black Yoshi's House Arrest!: Black Yoshi puts his Apple Watch on Jeffy's ankle so that he can leave Mario's house long enough to get some free fried chicken from KFC. When Jeffy goes to school, Brooklyn is in his bathroom brushing his teeth (or lack thereof) when he gets alerted that Black Yoshi's Apple Watch has gone off.
    • You'd Expect: Brooklyn to put on his police uniform before he leaves, so that people would know he's a cop and not a serial killer.
    • Instead: Brooklyn leaves in just his black t-shirt.
    • As A Result: When he arrives at Y U Dumb? Elementary School, he is mistaken for a serial killer by Jackie Chu and his students despite trying to tell them he is a cop. Brooklyn gets beaten up by Jackie Chu and his students, and the Blue M&Ms Officer threatens to suspend Brooklyn if he doesn't arrest Black Yoshi.

    Shrek 
  • The Bird!: Shrek gets himself a Big Mac, some Chicken Mc Nuggets and French fries from McDonald's but he naturally thinks that it isn't complete without cheesecake.
  • Shrek's Diet!: Shrek suffers a heart attack as a result of his poor diet and constant eating of cheesecake, thus Mario forces him to go on a diet, eat healthy food and go to gym to lose weight. Eventually, Shrek loses weight.
  • Shrek's Crappy Wish: Mario has become annoyed of Shrek calling him Donkey, and tells him he will only give Shrek toilet paper if he calls him by his real name.
    • You'd Expect: Shrek to realize Mario was right about his name not being Donkey, therefore calling Mario by his real name.
    • Instead: Shrek keeps calling him Donkey.
    • As a result: When Shrek becomes annoyed after Mario leaves, he finds a penny and, thinking it to be from the "Shit Fairy", wishes that Mario was a real donkey.
  • Mario's Thanksgiving Problem!: After Chef Pee Pee finishes cooking the Thanksgiving dinner, Mario tells Chef Pee Pee that his girlfriend will visit them for Thanksgiving, just as Shrek shows up, wanting to eat the food. Mario tells him not to eat the dinner yet, until everyone gathers to eat.
    • You'd Expect: Shrek to obey Mario.
    • Instead: Once Mario leaves, Shrek eats all the food.
  • ''The Couch’’: Shrek finds a box in the garage from when he and Mario moved in, and it is filled with many gross things, including a box of Sara Lee Cheesecake that expired in December of 2007. Mario warns Shrek not to eat it, as he might get sick.
    • You'd Expect: Shrek to listen to Mario and eat some fresh cheesecake instead.
    • Instead: Shrek eats the expired cheesecake.
    • As a result: Shrek accidentally gets Mario's couch dirty. Mario later finds out about it from Shrek, and kicks him out, having previously put up with everything from him in past years, although Shrek does try to explain what happened.
  • ''Mario's New Hat!’’: Mario comes out of the shower, ready for his wedding with Rosalina, when Shrek comes in, needing to use the bathroom. When Shrek finishes, he needs to wipe, but finds out that the toilet paper roll is empty.
    • You'd Expect: Shrek to call somebody, most likely Mario, for a fresh toilet paper roll.
    • Instead: Shrek notices Mario's hat on the counter, uses it to wipe himself with it, then flushes it down the toilet; granted Mario accidentally left his hat in the bathroom after taking his shower.
    • As a result: Mario needs a new hat.

    Black Yoshi 
  • Black Yoshi's Blank Check!: Black Yoshi receives a blank welfare check from the government, and Mario thinks they left it blank by accident. He tries to go and call them on his phone about it, and Black Yoshi is left with the check.
    • You'd Expect: He would leave it untouched while Mario gets the government's number.
    • Instead: He fills in the check with one million dollars, and cashes it in.
    • As a result: He receives one million dollars stolen from the government, and does very irresponsible things with it, such as making friends with random people, ruining the money, and wasting it on expensive things, getting Mario arrested in the end.
  • Black Yoshi's Scam!: Mario sees a commercial for the upcoming Call of Duty: World War 2 On The Freakin Moon video game, and immediately comes to the conclusion that Black Yoshi wants to ask him for money to buy it. Sure enough, Black Yoshi does want $500.00 to buy the game and the accessories for it. Mario gives Black Yoshi the idea to sell his Kool-aid, and suggests selling it at a reasonable price, like 25¢ per cup.
    • You'd Expect: Black Yoshi to follow Mario's advice and sell his Kool-aid at a reasonable price, that way, he would gradually make enough money in time for the game's release in November.
    • Instead: Black Yoshi sells it for $500.00 per cup.
    • As a result: Tyrone, Junior, Joseph, and Cody want to buy some, but are unable to afford it. Later, Officer Brooklyn T. Guy comes across Black Yoshi's Kool-aid stand, and notices how high the price for the Kool-aid is. He asks Black Yoshi if he could see his business license, as people need those if they're selling things this expensive.
    • You'd Expect: Black Yoshi to realize this is a serious offense and try to work out a deal with Brooklyn.
    • Instead: Black Yoshi assumes that Brooklyn assumes he is selling biscuits and wants to see his "Biscuit License", and then explains to Brooklyn that he doesn't have a license to sell Kool-aid at $500.00.
    • As a result: Brooklyn shuts down Black Yoshi's Kool-aid stand.
  • Black Yoshi's Mistake!: Mario comes to Black Yoshi to ask for his opinion on a $2,000.00 ring he bought, which he intends to propose to Rosalina with, only to find him about to take a bath in grape Kool-aid. When Mario notices Black Yoshi's Xbox One controller, Black Yoshi tells him that he's going to play Call of Duty while he takes his bath, and pulls out his Xbox One. Mario warns Black Yoshi not to play the game in the bathtub.
    • You'd Expect: Black Yoshi to listen to Mario.
    • Instead: Black Yoshi pushes his Xbox One into the bathtub and accidentally drops his controller, ruining them.
    • As a result: Black Yoshi needs money to buy a new Xbox One.
  • Black Yoshi's Black Friday!: Black Yoshi is excited for Black Friday, believing it to be a day when everything is free for black people. Mario explains to him that on Black Friday, items are simply discounted to customers, regardless of race, and if he tries to take things without paying for them, he will get arrested.
    • You'd Expect: Black Yoshi to listen to Mario.
    • Instead: Black Yoshi believes that only white people have to pay for things on Black Friday. He then goes to Best Buy, and takes three PS4s, two wireless controllers, a big-screen TV, and a pair of wireless headphones without paying for them.
    • Additionally: He doesn't go to checkout.
    • As a result: Officer Brooklyn T. Guy arrests Black Yoshi for theft, and Mario needs $15,000.00 to bail him out.
  • ''Black Yoshi's Call of Duty Loan!’’: After seeing a commercial for Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII, Mario receives Black Yoshi in the mail, who naturally wants the game.
    • You'd Expect: Black Yoshi, after countless times his attempts to get the game failed, to have learned begging Mario for money (and the game) won't work and at least ask for help finding a way to earn money. After all, his attempt at selling Kool-Aid failed, so he could have Mario supervise.
    • Instead: Sure enough, he begs for it.
    • As a result: Mario ships him to Antarctica.
    • Luckily: Black Yoshi manages to convince Mario to let him return home with the promise of not asking him for the game anymore.
    • Then: With Brooklyn Guy's aid, Black Yoshi is shipped back home. It turns out that Brooklyn loaned him the $200 he needs to pay for the game, under the condition that he pays it back.
    • You'd Then Expect: Black Yoshi to make good on his promise and find a way to pay off the money, like selling something he feels he no longer needs or, once again, he could ask Mario for help.
    • Instead: He spends his welfare check on cookies, much to Brooklyn Guy's annoyance when the latter comes to get paid back. Brooklyn still wants it, and demands he receive it the next day or else.
    • Then: Brooklyn shows up the next day to demand $200 from Black Yoshi again, threatening him with consequences once more.
    • You'd Then Expect: Black Yoshi to realize Brooklyn means business, cut his losses and (possibly with Mario's help) arrange for a means in which he can make $200 and deliver it to Brooklyn Guy afterward.
    • Instead: He instead claims that Cookie Monster has the money and advises Brooklyn Guy visit him for the money.
    • As a result: Rightfully furious by this point, Brooklyn confronts Black Yoshi again about the money and (after briefly making a threat on his life) takes away his Xbox One to sell so he can get $200 back. In addition, Mario sends him to the jungle where he's chased by a tiger.
    • Additionally: Cookie Monster was not only interrogated and outright tortured by Brooklyn Guy, but also decapitated since he wouldn't say where the money was. While Brooklyn Guy did make up for it by reattaching his head and he recovers, he almost died because of Black Yoshi's selfishness and stupidity.
  • Black Yoshi's House Arrest!: Mario asks Black Yoshi to buy him a Pepsi from the local Tom Thumb, telling him that he gets to keep the change from his five-dollar bill if he does.
    • You'd expect: Black Yoshi to listen to Mario, and buy him the Pepsi
    • Instead: Black Yoshi tries to keep the five dollars for himself by giving mario a cup of water with the word "Pepsi" drawn on it with a sharpie, which Mario easily sees through.
    • As a result: Black Yoshi condescendingly agrees to buy the Pepsi for real.
    • Then: While the Tom Thumb clerk is ringing up the Pepsi, he realizes that the register doesn't have any ones in it (even though a close look at the register shows that it does), so he leaves to get some, [[ Unwilling Instigator Of Doom leaving the register open in the process.]]
    • You'd then expect: Black Yoshi to ignore the open register, and wait patiently for the clerk to come back.
    • Instead: Black Yoshi gives into [[Greed temptation]] and steals all of the money in the register.
    • As a result: Brooklyn finds out that Black Yoshi stole the money.
    • And then: Brooklyn goes to the house to arrest Black Yoshi and explain the situation to Mario.
    • You'd then expect: Black Yoshi to admit what he had done, and ask if he could call a lawyer to have the charges against him reduced.
    • Instead: Black Yoshi claims that he took the money to protect it from some robbers that were trying to steal it, and that he was going to return it later.
    • As a result: Brooklyn and the judge (Mr. Goodman) see through the lie right away, and he's sentenced to six months of house arrest, with five years of prison time if he leaves the house.
    • And then: Black Yoshi sees a KFC commercial saying that the restaurant is giving away free buckets of fried chicken for that day only.
    • You'd then expect: Black Yoshi to take off his ankle bracelet (something that Mario mentions he could've done near the end of the episode) so that it wouldn't look like he left the house.
    • Instead: Black Yoshi puts the ankle bracelet on Jeffy before he goes to school, claiming it to be a birthday present.
    • As a result: Brooklyn gets an alert on his phone's find my fugitive app saying that Black Yoshi left the house, and is in such a rush to arrest him that he forgets to put on his police uniform, leading to Jackie Chu and his class mistaking him for a serial killer and beating him up.
  • In Black Yoshi's Kool-Aid problem, he's heading home to drink illegal Kool-Aid when Brooklyn T Guy randomly pulls him over and asks him if he has Kool-Aid in his car, saying he's gonna search it.
    • You'd expect: Black Yoshi to point out that an officer can't randomly pull you over and search your car, as they need probable cause.
    • Instead: Black Yoshi says he can search the car.
    • Even worse: He tells him that he can't search his sock, making him want to search it.
    • On top of that: He reveals that he's stupid enough to think that there is a law that prevents cops from searching your socks, which is obviously not true.

    Joseph 
  • First Day of School!: As the school day begins, Junior and his friends read the directions on the board instructing them to write their names on their name tags. Instead of writing his real name on his name tag, Joseph writes "Adolf Hitler". While Junior does find this funny, he tells Joseph to write his real name in case he might get in trouble with Jackie Chu.
    • You'd expect: Joseph to realize that Junior may be right and get a new name tag to write his real name on.
    • Instead: Joseph thinks that all teachers, including Jackie Chu, will find what he wrote funny.
    • As a result: Jackie Chu indeed does not find what Joseph wrote funny, and punishes him by not giving him a gold star.
  • Joseph Moves In!: As it was starting to get cold in his house, Joseph decides to start a campfire inside his house for warmth.
    • You'd expect: Joseph to think that making a campfire inside his house isn't a good idea, and try to find another way to get warm.
    • Instead: Joseph tries to make the campfire.
    • As a result: His house burns down, rendering him homeless (well, more than usual).
  • The Magical Button!: After Junior finds a button that can grant any wish but also kill one random person on Earth for every wish granted, he starts wishing for stuff like a golden fidget spinner, a glowing fidget spinner and a bathtub full of Mac & Cheese, despite Cody's warnings. Cody then orders Joseph to hide the button so Junior can't kill more people.
    • You'd expect: Joseph to hide the button somewhere where Junior can't find it, such as the bathtub with Mac & Cheese, a cupboard, inside a closet, maybe even the secret door if you will.
    • Instead: Joseph hides only about half of the button behind the couch pillows, and then pretends that he's taking a poop while standing in front of the button.
    • As a result: Junior easily finds the button, and continues to wish for more things.
  • Shrunken: Cody has brought over a Shrink Ray but Junior misuses it to shrink various things, including Joseph's cell phone. Obviously, Joseph is not pleased.
  • The Lamp!: Joseph, Junior, and Cody find a magic lamp that spawns a genie who will grant each of the trio one wish. Joseph wants to either get his mom back, or be rich. Junior points out that his mom will just walk out on him again if he wishes for her back, so he settles to wish to be rich.
    • You'd Expect: Joseph to be careful with his words regarding his wish.
    • Instead: He wishes to be "stupid rich".
    • As a result: Joseph becomes rich and stupid. Thankfully the wish is undone by Junior at the end of the episode, who then tells Joseph that it was stupid to involve the word stupid in his wish.

    Other 

Atso

  • Merry Happy Christmas!: After Joseph has no one to spend with on Christmas due to his mother's death and run-down, pitch black house, Junior invites him into his house, where he grants Joseph's wish of seeing snow — by pouring down packed peanuts from the balcony — and has Atso serving as Santa. While Atso munches on his Chips Ahoy! cookies, Joseph tells him that he wants his mother back.
    • You'd Expect: Atso to try and get Joseph's mom back, or at least find a replacement/foster mom.
    • Instead: Atso continues eating his cookies, and fails to listen to Joseph.
    • As a result: Joseph gets a robot monkey.

Toadette

  • Cool Cody!: In one of his attempts to get Cody to stop being cool, Junior tries to get a Toadette to tell him that he is not cool.
    • You'd Expect: Toadette would pay attention to Junior and tell Cody he isn't cool.
    • Instead: Toadette gets distracted by cool Cody and calls him cool, despite Junior's warnings. She even winds up getting wooed by Cody after hearing his guitar song.

Wendy

  • The Koopalings! Part 2: Bowser agrees to let Junior keep the Koopalings in the apartment as long as they clean it up. When Junior checks up on Wendy, she shows Junior a plate with a spot on it which she admits is "all clean", but Junior remarks that she missed a spot.
    • You'd Expect: Wendy to listen to Junior, realize that he may be right and wash off the dirty spot on the plate.
    • Instead: Wendy snaps, and starts smashing the dishes.
    • As a result: The rest of the Koopalings start making a big mess by smashing the tables. And not only that, but what better way to end the fiasco than Wendy cutting the couch with a chainsaw. When Goodman finds out, he evicts Mario and Bowser from the apartment.

Barack Obama

Harold Wilfred

  • The 1UP!: Mario tries to get his grandpa Harold to take his pills, but Harold refuses, telling Mario he will only take them if Mario serves him pudding. Mario goes to the fridge to look for pudding but doesn't find any. After he introduces Rosalina to his grandfather, he tells Harold that there's no more pudding. Harold decides to buy some himself, but Mario stops him telling him that he will buy some later.
    • You'd Expect: Harold to listen to Mario.
    • Instead: He leaves the house despite Mario's warnings and when he walks towards the stairs, he JUMPS down the stairs.
    • As a result: He gets critically injured and dies later in the hospital.
    • Luckily: Mario and Brooklyn T. Guy manage to revive him using a 1-Up mushroom.

Mr. Goodman

  • Smart Jeffy: When Jeffy becomes smart after his pencil gets penetrated into his brain — thanks to a freak accident indirectly caused by Junior — he enters the International World's Smartest Person Contest, which is hosted by Mr. Goodman. After the other participants are disqualified, Jeffy is the only one left and his final question is what is 8 - 4. Jeffy is about to answer the question, but then he sneezes, pushing the pencil back down his nose. After Jeffy becomes stupid again as a result, he says that the answer is 8.
    • You'd Expect: Goodman to accept the answer. After all, he created "Jeffy's Law of Subtraction" and got the entire world into accepting the law, in where after you subtract the second number, technically the answer would be the first number, thus making Jeffy answer the correct one.
    • Instead: Goodman disqualifies Jeffy.note 
    • As a result: Jeffy loses the game and doesn't get any money.

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