SMG4: Perfectly Balanced. is the ninth episode of Season 11 and the six hundred and fifteenth overall to be uploaded by SMG4.
It is the first episode of the Genesis Arc. It was aired on March 20, 2021.
SMG4 was enjoying memes from his computer, until Mario screamed for help. SMG4 arrived, and Mario was seen held by a corrupted Morshu, with a noose on his other hand. Both tried defeating Morshu, but nothing was done. As they captured Morshu, two Ugandan Knuckles arrived from the Internet Graveyard. Trying to catch Morshu, they mistakenly took Mario instead, forcing SMG4 to follow them.
At the Internet Graveyard, they were surprised at the realm's rapid civilization. Then, SMG4 looked at a video viewed by some Ugandan Knuckles, believing that SMG3 is up to no good again. Coincidentally, Mario and SMG4 found SMG3's statue on the obelisk of the temple, and went there to meet him. Unfortunately, when they arrived, they were taken to SMG3 by assaulting Ugandan Knuckles, being sent to a Sarlacc pit. They pleaded, until the crane stopped, and SMG3 appeared, directing his prank video, as in the Internet Graveyard, dead trends (like prank videos) are popular. SMG4 then asks about the corrupted dead memes. Mario and SMG4 were then released to talk to SMG3.
SMG3 then told SMG4 about the meme life cycle when SMG4 asked about the corrupted Morshu. SMG3 explained that the meme appears on Earth when it gets popular on the internet, and gets happy when put to work. And naturally, the meme loses its relevance, dies and gets sent to the Internet Graveyard, where SMG3 looks after them until the meme becomes relevant again. However, a meme must be willing to transcend if they are looked after and happy, otherwise they remain in the realm and become corrupted if they stayed there for too long.
SMG3 then sent SMG4 and Mario to deal with Morshu, by telling SMG4 to make him happy. Arriving back at the realm, where Morshu is getting more aggressive, SMG4 managed to make memes out of Morshu, finally making him happy, sending him to the graveyard. After the whole fiasco, SMG4 telephoned SMG3 to notify him, and asked how he took over the realm recently, in which SMG3 simply replied that he learned of the meme life cycle and took control from the meme gods. The episode ends when SMG3 got attacked by Ugandan Knuckles again, and SMG4 ended the call.
- The Ancient Protectors of the Internet Graveyard
- Big Smoke
- Big Chungus
- Leroy Jenkins
- Crash Bandicoot
- Fall Guy
- Baby Nut
- The Globglogabgalab
- Bernie Sanders
- Oof Button
- Kermit the Frog
- Peach Toadstool
- Red Crewmate
- Shoop Da Whoop
- One of Ugandan Knuckles got killed by microwave explosion.
- Jester Knuckles got incinerated by Awesome Face's laser eye.
- One of Big Chunguses got drop into the cliff by The Ancient Protectors of the Internet Graveyard.
- The YouTube Arc: This video takes place after the events of this arc:
- SMG4 Christmas Special 2020: SMG3 had considerably improved the lifestyle of the dead memes in the Internet Graveyard.
- 0:12 - Daft Punk - Short Circuit
- 4:57 - Earthbound - Drug Store
- 5:54 - Christian Anderson - Don't Leave Me Hanging
- 7:19 - Eneide - Mysterious Moments
- At 9:16 of the video, a Spanish meme of Morshu appears, despite this channel being Australian.
- Due to daylight saving time, this episode was aired an hour later than usual in US time.
- This is SMG3's first appearance in Season 11, as well as his first major role since SMG4: War Of The Fat Italians 2020.
- This is the first video since SMG4: If Mario Was AMONG US... and the first video in Season 11 to not feature any modern characters.
- Shoop Da Whoop is revealed to be dead in the Internet Graveyard as his tombstone can be seen at the retirement home.
- The SMG3 GMOD model in the video was from the HD Enhanced Mario & Luigi Ragdolls Pack by Weegeepie: https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=2374693880
- The SMG3 Prank Patrol is a reference to the Australian show of the same name.
- Corrupted Morshu was likely planning on sending mario to the Dark Web under orders from SMG0 after capturing him at the beginning of the episode.
- This episode is rated TV-PG on IMDB.
- Avengers: Infinity War: The title of this blooper references a notable quote from Thanos in this movie.
- The Matrix: This blooper is an obvious parody of this science fiction action film directed by The Wachowskis starring Keanu Reeves.
- The video's thumbnail is a possible reference to the "always has been" meme.