SMG4: Doomsday but Mario is Okay is the thirtieth episode of Season 11 and the six hundred and thirty-ninth overall to be uploaded by SMG4.
It is the eighth episode of the Genesis Arc. It was aired on August 21st, 2021.
Mario and friends get ready for the end of the world.
"I can't believe I've only been gone a few months, and now we're under threat from an alien ship in the sky."
As SMG0's Guardian Pod hovers above the castle, SMG4 had the Mushroom Kingdom Armed Forces to get rid of it, with Swagmaster and Chris using a mini-nuclear bomb to destroy it as SMG4 and the gang hid in a doomsday bunker. SMG4 gave the gang the utmost rule to never leave the bunker, as they may be exposed to outside radiation within the castle area. Swagmaster then pressed the detonator, but the bomb did not go off as planned.
As the gang waited for the explosion for so long, Bob wanted to leave, but SMG4 blocked his opportunity to get out. As the gang realized that there is no food prepared (as SMG4 told them to bring their own food), all that Meggy and Mario could find (that they were willing to eat as the vegetable ramen was disgusting according to Meggy) is Boopkins' chocolate bar, leading them to fight, until Saiko had to stop them and gave them a time out. As Boopkins head for the toilet to cry, he could find the mentally unstable Axol inside.
As Swagmaster attempted to detonate the bomb, Chris noted that the detonator was missing its coordinating microchip, which was stolen by Peach, who objected to her castle's destruction. Back at the bunker, Mario had enough and started a riot within the bunker. Meanwhile, Melony was looking for Axol, who Boopkins stated that he was in the toilet. As Melony checked in, she found Axol missing. Mario then barged in to urinate, and found binary digits within the toilet bowl, and screamed in terror as it intensified before somehow disappearing.
As Swagmaster got rid of Peach, he fixed the detonator and prepared for the explosion. As tensions in the bunker rages on, Tari noted that they forgot Luigi, who brought board games to play with his friends at the castle, and got caught up in the impact of the blast and radiation. Still, the Guardian Pod is still too strong to be destroyed.
- SMG4: The Day HE Arrived.: Axol seems to be possessed by SMG0, as he is still acting a bit off and it is also a continuation from where the episode left off.
- Luigi gets killed by a nuke that detonates by Swag.
- This is Chris Gordman and Swagmaster6969696969's first major role since SMG4: WHAT IF...?
- Apparently, Swagmaster still survived the explosion despite the blast that had spread radiation around the area.
- In this episode, Meggy & Mario had a quarrel for the first time since SMG4: The Mario Convention!, Boys vs Girls & SMG4: Food Wars.
- In this episode, Melony had one of her Rare Speech Bubbles.
- Shroomy is missing from the bunker despite being part of the gang.
- During the Wild West segment, SMG4 wears a cowboy hat on top of his SMG hat.
- Bob's hat has the Mario emblem.
- Ironically, despite the title, Mario was kidnapped by SMG0 in the end of the episode.
- Fishy Boopkins spits a spike ball for the first time since SMG4: Lord Of The Memes.
- After this blooper was released, the channel banner was changed to SMG4 and Mario heading towards SMG0 to save Axol, who is in front of 0, looking scared.
|Can I sing a song for you?|
|This music list is incomplete and needs to be completed. Any user is obliged to do so.|
- TBA - Menu Theme - Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
- 0:59 - Into The Galaxy - Super Mario Galaxy
- 1:58 - Goomba Village - Paper Mario
- 3:08 - Fight Against Monsters - Super Mario RPG
- The Matrix Revolutions: This blooper is an obvious parody to this film directed by The Wachowskis and starring Keanu Reeves.
- 10 Cloverfield Lane: The bunker is a reference to this film directed by Dan Trachtenberg and starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead, John Goodman, and John Gallagher Jr.
- Full Metal Jacket: The scene where Boopkins goes to the toilet and finds Axol sitting on it, who then turns and creepily greets him, is possibly a reference to the scene where Private Joker discovers Private Pyle in the toilets, who replies "Hi, Joker...".