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When Mario and Luigi finally find a way back to Brooklyn, they are more than willing, and are set to leave. But when Koopa kidnaps Toad and of course The Princess, Mario and Luigi have to make a deep decision whether to save them, or go.
Cher decides to drop off the Dog with the Mario's, but because of Mario's new invention, he accidentally swaps bodies with the Dog!
Thursday September 21st, 1989
This is the first and only animated appeared of Salvador Drainado. Although, he is refered to in Plumbers Academy.
Cher's Poochie is the second live-action segment in which Mario switches bodies with someone/something else, the first one being The Mario Monster Mash, where Mario traded places with a Clumsy monster..
Minions that appear in this episode: Snifit, Ostro, Shy Guy and Bob-omb.
The official Yahooligans air date for this episode is: July 12th, 2004.
The Fire Flower is used in this episode.
The song from this episode called "Danger Zone" is in two episodes of Captain N: The Game Master.
Luigi: Holy Ravioli, Mario! You didn't tell me anything about getting kissed!
Mario: All about being the hero, Luigi! (winks at Luigi).
Cher: Hi, Luigi. Hi, Mario.
Mario: Hey, you remember us?
Cher: How could I forget? My shower still runs the dishwasher.
Salvador Drainado: That boilin' lava can sure singe a man's suspenders!
Toad: Relax, Sal! You know what they say: Old plumbers never fry!
Luigi: I thought we were gonna sneak up on them, Mario.
Mario: I forgot!
When Sal says "Not just really great, sonny...", Mario is actually mouthing the line.
In one scene in the episode Mario is Super Mario, then he just turns back into Mario when going for the Drain Pipe, but then in the very next scene, hes Super Mario again. Obviously another color goof.
Right before everybody falls down, Toad and Princess Toadstall swap positions.
Sal says that the Drain Pipe is the only way to get back to Brooklyn, but hes obviously lying because there were ways of going down Warp Pipes and getting into Brooklyn as shown in some later episodes, and in the spin off series: Captain N and The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3
The idea of switching bodies with a dog could be in reference with a previous episode where he switches bodies with a clumsy Monster,