SMG4: The Totally Legit Learning Show With SMG4 is the sixteenth episode of Season 10 and the five hundred and seventieth overall to be uploaded by SMG4.
- 1 Plot
- 1.1 Opening advertisement
- 1.2 Prologue
- 1.3 Alphabet Segment
- 1.4 SMG4 Finds An Octagon
- 1.5 Kermit and Mario Segment
- 1.6 Word of the Day
- 1.7 Toad's Alphabet Letter Song
- 1.8 Elmo's World
- 1.9 Bowser's Special Guest Time
- 1.10 Short & Tall (SMG4 Sing-Along)
- 1.11 Stranger Danger
- 1.12 What is Love?
- 1.13 Ending
- 2 Characters
- 3 Continuity
- 4 Music used
- 5 Errors
- 6 Trivia
- 7 References
The story begins in SMG4's room, having fun on his computer, when suddenly, RMKP elite forces, led by Po, shows up, cornering him, under orders to enforce stricter censorship on him (as they condemned the content, the show, to be vulgar and coarse), with Po forcing him to create an education show to comply with their orders. Utterly afraid, SMG4 proceeded on with the orders and created his kids' show.
The show starts with Shroomy introducing himself to the kids, teaching them about the letter 'B'. Meanwhile, Bob Bobowski showed up, trying to look for the bathroom, while Shroomy became glad that he showed up to help him, and while the Garo was confused, the word 'bathroom' showed up, much to his wonder. Shroomy then grabbed a television, asking Bob Bobowski about what were the things shown, but Bob, foolishly, responds with the wrong "b" word in the picture, such as "black man" instead of "bed". Shroomy, agitated, took out Bob with a bazooka, only after he finally answered correctly.
SMG4 Finds An Octagon
In this scene, SMG4 was in New Exton, helping the audience to find an octagon. However, before he could do so, he was stopped at the zebra crossing by Elmo, who tried to warn him. Not heeding Elmo's advice, SMG4 proceeded to cross the road, only to get hit by a car. After that, a title card showed up, with Elmo warning children to be careful at road crossings.
Kermit and Mario Segment
At New Donk City in the Metro Kingdom, Kermit The Frog explained about being happy with showing a picture of a sinisterly smiling Woody on fire, but constantly got heckled by Mario, who deemed it boring as he continued his lecture. Angered at Mario, Kermit proceeded to attack Mario with a shotgun, while changing his topic about being mad, with him ultimately swearing at the plumber near the end of the segment, forcing a shocked SMG4 to move on to the next segment.
Word of the Day
A young Toad named Jimmy asked Hal Monitor about the word of the day, in which he would be explaining about the word 'illegal'. Mr. Monitor then carried on his teaching, showing Jimmy about the difference between legal and Illegal, With Legal he has Mr. Teddy Bear follow the Rules and Buy some Apples for 5 Coins, where he exclaims following The Rules is Legal.
However for Illegal, he went a little bit extreme on the explanation of it stating things like Mr. Teddy taking The Cashier Hostage and It ends with The Teddy currently being on The Run and doing crimes to Fulfil his Murderous Intents. When Jimmy replied about wanting to do illegal things, Mr. Monitor, enraged, proceeded to apprehend him, prompting SMG4 to try to calm him down, forcing the move to the next segment.
Toad's Alphabet Letter Song
Toad sings his alphabet song in the voice of Appsro from Neebs Gaming, although calm at first, he quickly became emotional at the 'W' mark, whining about his personal problems with his ex-girlfriend Toadette while ending the song sad over his breakup, making SMG4 face-palming himself and shocking the Boo cameraman.
Elmo appears again, this time in a segment of his own with Fishy Boopkins. While Elmo asked him about why kids were special, the clueless Boopkins responded with a clueless answer ("We're [Kids] not funny looking puppets?"), aggravating Elmo, who thought that Boopkins was better than him. The mad Elmo then started ranting at Boopkins, boasting his pride. As Elmo rested to drink a cup of coffee, he became angrier, as he angrily asked a Koopa Troopa crewman for mocha instead of latte. With his caffeine-infused anger, Elmo proceeded to threaten to cut Boopkins with a knife, resulting in Boopkins crying. This annoyed Elmo, leading him to sing about how he doesn't like to be interrupted and slapped Boopkins away.
Bowser's Special Guest Time
Bowser introduced the audience to a special guest, which was Arthur Fleck/Joker. Confused, SMG4 asked Mario about where he found him (as a hobo on the street), which then cuts to the next segment.
Short & Tall (SMG4 Sing-Along)
This segment is a sing-along to the tune of the Super Mario Bros. 2 overworld theme, sung by SMG4 to teach viewers the difference between the words "short" and "tall" using Meggy to demonstrate "short" and Saiko to demonstrate "tall". However, the song lyrics call them "freakishly proportioned", frequently mock the girls' height (such as saying Meggy is constantly mistaken for an elf or dwarf and is still too short to go on tall theme park rides despite having a driver's license and that Saiko could play Michael Jordan in Space Jam and grows an inch every time she is angered), and end with the fact that the fans call them "smol bean" and "tall queen", respectively. The two girls get angered by this and burn SMG4 with flamethrowers.
This segment stared JubJub Boopkins, who was greeted by Luigi, playing a stranger, until Tari, playing a police officer, came to his help, telling him about what to do in an event of a stranger approaching them. In the end, JubJub decided to call for help from a guardian from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, who decimated Luigi with a laser beam.
What is Love?
Chris and Swagmaster were the hosts of the last segment, where Chris tried to explain the meaning of love, but gets disturbed by Swagmaster's annoying-ness. Angered, Chris gave up on being host, and tried to leave the stage, but not before Swagmaster reminded him about an event which happened years ago, in which Chris brought Swagmaster a sponge cake to cheer him up as no one else attended his party, which brought the two into an embrace, followed by an applause and making SMG4 crying. Chris then finally ended the segment about what love was, with Swagmaster proclaiming that he still loved Sonic, closing the show.
After watching the video, SMG4 thought it was a huge success, but Po ended up shooting him as she deems it to be horrible.
- Bob Bobowski
- Kermit The Frog
- Hal Monitor
- The Police
- Fishy Boopkins
- JubJub Boopkins
- Chris Gordman
- SMG4: If Mario was in The Sonic Movie: Swagmaster6969696969 states that Sonic the Hedgehog is still his waifu.
- 0:59 – Super Mario Sunshine: Bianco Hills
- 3:58 - Mii Maker Theme, Nintendo 3DS
- 7:17 – Super Mario Bros. 2 Overworld Theme, Super Mario Bros. 2
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- When Chris tells Swag that the New Year's Eve event was many years ago, his text is swapped with Swag's text.
- In the "SMG4 Finds an Octagon" segment, "octagon" is misspelled as "octogon" in the title card, and in the Short and Tall song, "Jordan" is misspelled as "Jordon" in the subtitles.
- Another mistake in the Short and Tall song, the "hey wait come on, its fine" quote is mispelled to "hey wait come one, its fine" in the subtitles.
- Like SMG4: Mario Preschool and the previous episode, this one satirizes YouTube censorship.
- This blooper has a similar plot to SMG4: Mario Preschool, where SMG4 makes an educational show in order to avoid censorship.
- The 'Short and Tall' song is a response to the 'Beeg SMG4' and 'Long SMG4' memes, in which SMG4 used those memes on Meggy and Saiko in order to divert any attention to him about the memes mocking his body size.
- Furthermore, the Beeg and Long SMG4s themselves appear in the intermissions.
- This blooper reveals that Meggy Spletzer's height is 5 foot 2 inches.
- This is the third video to not have a description, after SMG4: Lord Of The Memes and SMG4: The E G G. Instead, the description featured a promotion for the new Meta Runner merch on the SMG4 Shop.
- It is uncertain if the segment Bowser's Special Guest Time was a learning segment. However, it could be a reference at how Sesame Street and other children media often invite famous people whose demographic are typically for older audiences.
- The segment Stranger Danger is a parody of a segment called Sonic Says from the Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog.
- This marks the first appearance of:
- Toad since SMG4: The E G G and his first major role since SMG4: Mario vs IT 🤡.
- Chris and Swagmaster since SMG4: Mario's Magical TV and their first major roles since SMG4: If Mario was in The Sonic Movie.
- A Teletubby since SMG4: Mario's Inside Story, and Po specifically since SMG4: Mario's Magical TV.
- Kermit The Frog since SMG4: Lord Of The Memes.
- This episode also reveals that Toad finally broke up with Toadette, saying that "X" is for her. Toad's ex-wife.
- However in SMG4: War Of The Fat Italians 2020 they both fight each other again.
- This is Meggy's fifth non-speaking role, after SMG4: Stupid Mario Tennis Aces, SMG4: Untitled Mario Video, SMG4: War Of The Fat Italians 2019, and the previous video, SMG4: Mario Is Cancelled.
- The video thumbnail references the "9 + 10 = 21" vine.
- The voice of Appsro from Neebs Gaming the creator of the Mad Mad Mario Cartoon is heard in Toad's Alphabet Letter Song.
- Joker (2019): Bowser's special guest is Arthur Fleck, a reference to the Murray Franklin Show scene.
- Sesame Street: The episode is heavily inspired by this show, including some references to it, with New Donk City referencing New York City, the setting and location of Sesame Street, including the show's real-life studio in Queens. "SMG4 Finds an Octagon" is a flat-out reenacting the segment featuring Jack Black.
- In fact, on May 1, 2019, an intersection of West 63rd Street and Broadway in Manhattan was officially renamed as 'Sesame Street', to mark the show's 50th anniversary.
- Rugrats: The "SMG4 Finds An Octagon" segment uses the title card from this show.
- Fallout: Luigi's mask while playing the role of a stranger is the Vault Boy's head from Fallout.