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The Mario's, Toad and Princess are looking for a place to stay for the night, and find it at Count Koopula, but it doesn't go according to plan, when Princess is kidnapped by Koopa, and there are monsters everywhere!
Harry Blackstone Jr. helps Luigi to make things vanish, but Luigi makes Mario vanish!
| Episode Info|
Wednesday September 27th, 1989
Minions that appear: Tweeter, Mouser (as Mousigor), Troopa, Goomba, Snifit and Piranha Plant. In this episode, excluding the Piranha Plant, they are all Monster version's of there own character, and they all hate Garlic.
This episode is shown on the Mario's Greatest Moments DVD.
The Yahooligans air date for this episode: May 24th, 2004.
The song "Thriller" by Micheal Jackson, which was on this episode, is one of the only songs in the series that was not cut during the second airings.
"Thriller" was also played on an episode of Captain N: The Game Master.
Three torture devices were used on Mario, Luigi and Toad in the episode, they were:
Luigi: Tickle Torture
Mario: Chinese Water Torture
Toad: Stretch Rack (Probably because hes the shortest one).
|Artist||Song Title||Played When|
|Micheal Jackson||Thriller|| |
Peach: Spiders are one thing. But I just can't stand wereturtles!
Mario: It's okay, Princess. It's us they want.
Luigi: Yeah. Don't worry princess, It's us they're after!......Us?!
Mario: (still invisible) I don't care if I can get into the movies for free. Make me reappear!
Luigi: Will you just calm down and watch these scenes from the Legend of Zelda? (Mario punches him) OW! Such a bad sport.
When Toad says "Cobwebs? That means s-s-spiders!" on the DVD release, they make a mistake, as they miscredit the line to Mario.
"Cobwebs? That means s-s-spiders!" Toad says this, even though there are not any Spider Webs there.
When Luigi is getting tortured, hes bare foot, and you cannot see his shoes anywhere, however, when there running out of the room, his shoes are back.
In this episode of the series, Tweeters can fly, but if you have played the Super Mario Brothers 2 game, they cannot.
There is a reference to the Legend of Zelda on the Live-Action Segment of the episode.
It seems to be an on-going joke that Mario gets into all the mischief in the Live-Action Segment.