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Two Plumbers and a Baby
When the Princess falls into the Fountain of Youth, she transforms into a baby.
When Pam Matteson has lost her Dog, and she asks the Mario Brothers for help.
Monday October 02nd, 1989
Minions that appear in this episode: Troopa, Albatoss, Bob-omb and Trouter. There's also toy horses that look like Ostros.
The Plumber's Log entry for this episode is: #39-62
The Yahooligans air date for this episode: April 26th, 2004
The song that appeared on this episode is Baby Sittin' Boogie by Buzz Clifford, but this is later replaced in later airings by a instrumental of the song "Burn Baby Burn" from the Captain N and The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 episode "Tag Team Trouble".
This is the second time Pam Matteson is a guest star on the show, making her a reoccurring guest star, but this time, she is playing herself, instead of Cher.
|Artist||Song Title||Played When|
|Buzz Clifford||Baby Sittin' Boogie|| |
Baby Toadstool: Uncle Mario Play mud pie me play too!
(Jumps in the mud)
Baby Toadstool: I like you uncle Mario you fun!
Toadstool: Wow I forgot being a kid was so tough
Old Man: So did we, Look were grownups again we can stay up until ten o clock.
Mario: (Singing to Baby Princess) Hush little Princess, don't you cry. Mario's gonna buy you a pizza pie. And if that pizza pie gets ate, Luigi'll buy you a New York steak.
Koopa: Stop, or I'll tell on you! I've been hanging around these kids too long!
In one of the scenes in the later part of the episode, Luigi's hat is colored red, this is often thought of as one of the worst goof's in the series to date.
When Luigi's saying "Good thing we kept a spare pipe for this Koopa catcher, huh Mario?" Mario is actually mouthing the line.
When Mario, Toad and Luigi are turned into babies in the spin off series: Captain N and The Adventures of Super Mario Brothers. 3, they actually have the intelligence of there former selves, but when Princess Toadstall turns into a baby in this episode, she has the intelligence of a baby.
The title of this episode is also the name of the movie: Three Men and a Baby.
Prune Danish is the name of comedian Jackie Mason's one-man show, referring to when he says Danish Prune.