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Stop It. This is not Okey dokey.
Stop it! This is not okie dokie!
WARNING: This blooper contains scenes of war violence, cruel torture, murder, minor bloodshed, and character death. Viewer discretion is advised! (Don’t let your kids watch it!)

SMG4: World War Mario is the twentieth episode of Season 9 and the five hundred and first overall to be uploaded by SMG4.

This episode sparked the beginning of the Battle of Anime Island. This is also the fourth episode of the 2nd part of The Anime Arc, as well as the eleventh and penultimate episode of the arc overall. It was aired on June 1st, 2019.

Synopsis

Mario and friends storm Anime Island in an attempt to rescue Meggy & Desti.

Plot

War... war never changes...

Fishy Boopkins, witnessing many agents shot dead.

The video starts off in the early morning of June 6, 2019, near the coast of Anime Island. Troop transporters, carrying most of the former A.S.S. personnel, as well as the SMG4 gang, are on their way to the shores. While Mario is singing, some others are worried (with Fishy Boopkins carrying medical supplies and Tari bringing a telephone, nervously). Meanwhile, Swagmaster is seen boasting on how he's ready to beat up some anime while Bob reads a headline from the Daily Globe.

Tari starts to sob in fear, refusing to believe that their mission to save their friends has grown into a full-scale war. Saiko reassures her and the others that they are finally arriving to save Meggy. Suddenly, they hear Luigi panicking, stating that he can't take it and wants to be let off from the battle. Mario then reassures him that everything would be okay and asks one of the agents about it. The agent answers that they are doomed, and Luigi's attitude only worsens. Chris, the commander of his squadron, announces that only 30 seconds are left before their boat finally reaches Anime Island, and tells his mates to clear the bunkers and try their best to get off the beach if they can. He then wishes good luck to all his mates and hopes that God will be with them.

As the boat's door opens (with Swagmaster telling Chris that he's scared and Chris replying that he's scared too), the Anime Cartel forces begin to open fire at the boat, killing most of the A.S.S. agents instantly, leaving Mario, Luigi and SMG4 to scream in terror as they get off the boat. As Rem and Jojo fire their machine guns at them, Saiko deflects the bullets away with her hammer and tells Tari and Fishy Boopkins to start moving right now. Meanwhile, Mario (holding a corpse) and SMG4 (who is swimming on the waters) make their way towards the shore, while many A.S.S. agents are being killed in gunfire and explosions. As they run to the nearest barrier, Mario asks SMG4 about how his Thursday was, with him screaming in reply.

In the middle of the carnage, a shocked Fishy Boopkins stands as he quotes the "War... war never changes!" line from the Fallout series. Meanwhile, Bob tells the anime forces to go back to their mangas and anime while shooting behind a metal barrier, when suddenly Karen Kujou pokes out and shoots Bob with a bullet bill, severly injuring him. Luigi comes to aid Bob with medical supplies and tells SMG4 and Mario to go on ahead, and the two continue.

The scene then cuts to Yoko Littner preparing to take out SMG4 (who is knocked over by Mario spinning inadvertently) with her sniper rifle but then getting blown up by a grenade thrown by Saiko. After a brief moment, SMG4 runs into Mario again and notices him sitting on a beach chair, watching the battle with popcorn and calling it a "good firework show", much to SMG4's irritation. He then kicks Mario off the chair and drags him along just before the two bump into Tari who calls them to come over for assistance. SMG4 asks what's wrong and Fishy Boopkins explains that none of the soldiers can get past the point they're at because it's with too many lines barbed wire.

Mario gets an idea and runs towards the blockage. SMG4 starts to panic, but Mario tells him that there's nothing to worry about since "Mario's got 4 IQ". He then sees a landmine and falls on it, triggering it to explode shortly after; the force of the explosion throws Mario through the rows of barbed wire, blasting through it, allowing the passing of the forces.

Meanwhile, on the main warfront, Swagmaster, who is accompanied by Chris, pulls out a rocket launcher and shoots a bullet bill at a bunker, annihilating it, however in response snipers shoot down Chris. A devastated Swagmaster heads over to Chris and asks who's mom he's going to make fun of now. Chris tells him he's fine and that Swag must just kick their arses for him.

Swagmaster, filled with new determination, runs up to the snipers, dodging bullets, jumping over barbed wire, and climbing a hill as he does so before finally reaching the bunker and taking out the two snipers. Swag then enters the bunker and kills more anime characters, but one of the snipers who had survived nearly shoots him dead, but is then stabbed in the butt by Bob. The two then continue fighting.

The scene then cuts to Mario, SMG4, Tari, Boopkins, Saiko, Luigi and Chris in a trench where the former is patching up Chris who survived because the bullet missed his vitals while insisting that Chris needs to stay behind. The latter apologises for his failure but Tari assures him that it's not his fault, and that at least he fought bravely. SMG4 then shows everyone to the entrance to Francis' base while Mario exclaims he's ready to "Kill some bitches".

In the base, Meggy is being tortured in the The Ink Zuccer 2000, screaming in agony as her ink is getting extracted by the machine. Francis gloats about how it's working, but is then interrupted by one of his minions who informs him that the SMG4 gang have infiltrated the base, much to Francis' anger. Francis commands his minion to slow them down and goes to the Ink Zuccer's controls, shifting the Zuccer into maximum overdrive by speeding the machine's process up to 100%, putting Meggy through more pain. Axol and Desti plead Francis to stop as he might kill Meggy if he keeps going but Francis, wanting his plans to come to fruition, doesn't listen, claiming that Meggy will be fine. Suddenly, he hears chaos caused by the enemy taking out his goons and tells Mewtwo to watch the prisoners while he deals with the enemy his own way.

As it turns out, the SMG4 gang are finally on their way to Francis' base, running through the hallway and taking out each of the chameleon's henchmen, though SMG4 gets distracted by a False Hideo Kojima in a pink wig. Steve makes a cameo, seen cuddling with an anime girl cosplaying Creeper from Minecraft who, however, gets blown up by Saiko's rocket launcher (The screen cuts to black-and-white, a heartbroken Steve looks at the viewer and "Mad World" sung by Fishy Boopkins is heard). The SMG4 gang then come across Francis at the end of the hall, who reveals that he is the mastermind behind the kidnapping of all the inklings. Tari and the others realize that they made a horrible mistake of accusing Axol, and Francis boasts about how the latter isn't even half the otaku he is. Saiko angrily asks where Meggy is, but Francis mocks her by pretending to be afraid, only to be interrupted by Mario who threatens to beat him up if he doesn't tell where Meggy is. However, Francis, not wanting the heroes to ruin his plans, takes out a picture of Sephiroth, and jams Inkweaver into it, bringing False Sephiroth to life.

Meanwhile, near the Ink Zuccer, Axol, ashamed of creating Inkweaver, lost all confidence and will to continue helping the others and begins to blame himself for the situation unfolding around while Meggy continues to scream in agony. But after Desti motivates the axolotl to prove himself as the greatest manga artist, he comes up with an ingenious plan to free himself. He starts to taunt Mewtwo by telling it that he would rather choose Magikarp, making the Pokemon infuriating the Pokemon. Mewtwo then uses his powers and throws him away,landing near the machine's control panel, occasionally breaking his chains and giving him the opportunity to take off his straitjacket as well. After receiving another insult from Axol, an infuriated Mewtwo charges at Axol, who dodges, crashing into the control panel, which malfunctions and explodes, killing Mewtwo, terminating the ink extraction process, and Meggy's life is saved. Axol then proceeds to free Desti after getting a key from Mewtwo itself. Meggy thanks Axol for saving her, but then orders him and Desti to help Mario and the others after hearing of their struggle to fight False Sephiroth.

In the hallway near the now-disabled Ink Zuccer 2000, it's shown that the false Sephiroth has already killed many of the agents who accompanied the SMG4 cast to Anime Island. Mario attempts to gain an upper hand over the warrior, who effortlessly picks him, however Mario frees himself by quickly stretching his nose (like a penis), flinging the warrior away. At the same time, Saiko prepares to hit him with her hammer, but False Sephiroth ends up blocking her attack by launching Mario towards her. SMG4 then proceeds to bring out his computer to insult Sephiroth with a tweet that SMG4 made throwing shade at him, but starts crying after the roasting insult results in his computer getting destroyed by the swordsman, and the latter holds SMG4 against the wall. Fishy Boopkins attempts to intervene, only to get effortlessly thrown away. Having dealt with the others already, Sephiroth tries to attack Tari but ends up dealing minimal damage because of her cyborg arm. He immediately stops his attack upon hearing Francis and Axol fighting over Inkweaver. Taking advantage the distraction, Desti then proceeds to kick Francis, not only obtaining the pen (for now) but also causing the chameleon's glasses to come off. Still, due to his loyalty towards Francis, Sephiroth charges towards the Octoling and attacks her as the two end up in the room of the Ink Zuccer, followed by Francis once he realizes that he's being chased.

Near the disabled Ink Zuccer, Desti blocks Masamune with Axol's pen and jumps in an attempt to strike False Sephiroth from above, but gets blasted away as the pen lands back in the grasp of Francis. Saiko charges at Francis trying to get Inkweaver from him, but gets hit by False Sephiroth as well. Desti claims that she needs a distraction to defeat False Sephiroth, which causes Saiko to think of distracting the warrior with Tari's "secret weapon." The "weapon," which happened to be Archibald (Tari's rubber duck), confuses Francis and False Sephiroth, but allows Desti to grip the latter and throw him towards Axol. The manga artist then kicks him at Mario and SMG4 as they exchange their own series of blows, before False Sephiroth is finished off by a rock launched from the mouth of Fishy Boopkins with Luigi assisting via aiming (which triggers the Final Zoom effect from Super Smash Bros. Ultimate).

Upon witnessing their first win against Sephiroth, the SMG4 gang cheer and congratulate themselves on their victory, not realizing that Francis still has Axol's pen. Their celebration is cut short when Desti gets impaled through heart by another False Sephiroth's Masamune, mortally wounding her. Everyone watches in horror at what just happened with Meggy calling out to Desti in despair, while Francis reveals that he used the Inkweaver to summon another Sephiroth and laughs maniacally in the background as False Sephiroth unhinged his Masamune out of Desti's chest and she falls to her knees, through she tells her last words to ask Meggy to win the Splatfest for her, before she collapses to her death.

The screen cuts to the end credits without the SMG4 theme playing.

The events continued in next video.

Characters

Main Characters

Supporting Characters

Minor Characters

Cameos

Music used

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  • 9:22 - Final Fantasy VII - One Winged Angel
  • 10:37-11:57 - TBA
  • 12:02 - Menu Theme, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Trivia

  • This is the second episode in 2019 where the traditional end credit theme doesn't play. The first being SMG4: The Splatfest Incident.
  • This is one of the darkest and most traumatic SMG4 videos ever. Francis puts Meggy through constant pain in the Ink Zuccer 2000 as he extracts her "special ink" to power Axol's Inkweaver to 100%, with Meggy screaming in agony, and near the climax, Desti gets impaled by False Sephiroth's Masamune and the video ends as Desti collapses to the ground, dying. When the credits play at the end, no music is heard.
  • During the Glitch Productions logo, a sound of thunder crashing can also be heard.
  • Mario asking SMG4 how his Thursday went counts as a Fourth Wall break due to Tari's Live Stream - Animated Short - META RUNNER being released on Thursday.
  • This episode is made to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Normandy Landings during World War II.
  • This is the second SMG4 video to handle death in a serious manner. The first is Sob Story: Tale of a Bob-omb.

References

  • Saving Private RyanConker's Bad Fur Day, and Robot Chicken - When SMG4 & the gang reach Anime Island, the scene shares similarities to the film Saving Private Ryan. The battle at anime island has the day/month June 6 which is D Day which the movie is based on. The scene is also similar to the video game Conker's Bad Fur Day and the Robot Chicken sketch Beginning Season Five, both of which parodied the scene in the original film. The Nerd, one of the characters from Robot Chicken, even commented "Geez, I can't believe they think a Saving Private Ryan parody is still fresh and original."
  • SuperMarioLogan - As Swagmaster prepares to blast Dawn with his rocket launcher, he yells "bon appetitty", which is the current catchphrase of SuperMarioLogan character, Chef Pee Pee.
  • Fallout  - In the middle of the battlefield, Fishy Boopkins says the "war... war never changes!" quote from the Fallout series.
  • Pokémon - When Axol insults Mewtwo to bring an end to Meggy's suffering in the Ink Zuccer 2000, he brings up a device playing the "Who's That Pokemon?" (specifically the one with Mewtwo in it) segment from the Pokemon TV show.
  • World War - The title of the blooper is a reference to a large-scale war.
  • Scarface - The quote "Say Hello To My Little Friend! " was said by Swagmaster, which is a reference to the 1983 American crime drama film Scarface.
  • SpongeBob SquarePants - The quote that Francis said that he will shift into maximum overdrive is a reference to Plankton, the main antagonist of SpongeBob Squarepants.
  • Death Note - The evil laugh Francis used at Desti being stabbed by False Sephiroth is a reference to the character Light Yagami from Death Note.
  • Final Fantasy VII - The way False Sephiroth discreetly impaled Desti is a reference to how real Sephiroth killed Aerith Gainsborough, one of the playable characters in Final Fantasy VII.
  • Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time - When Mario and SMG4 start kicking False Sephiroth, the words “OK!” and “Good!” are a reference to the Bros. Attacks in Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time.
  • One Piece- The scene of Desti being impaled has similar timing & somewhat similar camera angles in episode 5 of One Piece where Zoro was also impaled through the gut, although unlike Desti, he lives.


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Blooper Guide
Season 1
Overall Episodes 1 to 10 Episode 1: The Cake Is a Lie! · Episode 2: Dreams · Episode 3: Flashbacks · Episode 4: Time Freeze · Episode 5: Mario's Guide to Defeating Bowser · Episode 6: Blooper Problems · Episode 7: Just Like Any Other Day · Episode 8: Quest for a Console · Episode 9: Have you seen this Polygon? · Episode 10: A Painful Day in the Paper World
Overall Episodes 11 to 20 Episode 11: An Adventurous Drive · Episode 12: A Day Without Peach · Episode 13: Darkness Takes Over · Episode 14: Charming Peach · Episode 15: Luigi's Payback · Episode 16: Master of Fail Disguises · Episode 17: Mario Quits · Episode 18: A Random Day · Episode 19: Losing Your N64 · Episode 20: Bowser the Unhappy Fat Turtle
Overall Episodes 21 to 30 Episode 21: Enter X · Episode 22: The Land that Never Was · Episode 23: The Visitor (2011) · Episode 24: Account Loss · Episode 25: Restoring Normality · Episode 26: Mario at the Olympic Games · Episode 27: Brother Wars · Episode 28: Italian Kidnapping · Episode 29: Time Travel Tells · Episode 30: The Blooper Competition
Overall Episodes 31 to 40 Episode 31: 4 Clones 1 Italian · Episode 32: Crime Time · Episode 33: Scatman's Revenge · Episode 34: The Forgotten Door · Episode 35: Bloopception · Episode 36: Mission For Peach · Episode 37: Castle Jumping = Time Tavelling = Zombies · Episode 38: HALL 9000 · Episode 39: Hide and Seek · Episode 40: The Mystery of the Chest
Overall Episodes 41 to 49 Episode 41: WEEGEE Disease · Episode 42: Race for Golden Overalls · Episode 43: Luigi and the Haunted Castle · Episode 44: Brother Battles · Episode 45: The Lost Gems Part 1 · Episode 46: Toad Gold · Episode 47: The Lost Gems Part 2 · Episode 48: Super Hello Kitty Rollercoaster Tea Party 2!!! · Episode 49: The Lost Gems Part 3
Season 2
Overall Episodes 50 to 59 Episode 1: P-O-I-S-O-N-E-D Computer · Episode 2: How Mario Was Born · Episode 3: Brother Love · Episode 4: Halloween Special 2011 · Episode 5: Mario Takes The Idiot Test · Episode 6: War of the Fat Italians 2011 · Episode 7: SMG4 VS SMG3 · Episode 8: Operation G.A.Y · Episode 9: The SwitcherooOveralls · Episode 10: Mini Italians
Overall Episodes 60 to 69 Episode 11: Awkward Weddings · Episode 12: The Crazy Fighters · Episode 13: 99% Idiot · Episode 14: Crystal Funhouse · Episode 15: Hunt for the Hero's Clothes · Episode 16: Christmas Special 2011 · Episode 17: Bowser and the Nightmare Stone · Episode 18: Rich Glitch · Episode 19: Orbical Adventures · Episode 20: Wallets and Dinosaurs
Overall Episodes 70 to 79 Episode 21: Desert Head · Episode 22: The Babysitters · Episode 23: Breaking Walls · Episode 24: The Mushroom Mafia · Episode 25: Mii Channel Teleport · Episode 26: Clone o' Mario · Episode 27: Thugger Hugger · Episode 28: The SMG4 Weight Losers · Episode 29: Peachosal Love · Episode 30: A Murder Without Peach
Overall Episodes 80 to 89 Episode 31: Party Rock Prisoners · Episode 32: The Warrior and the Hobo · Episode 33: SMG3's Plan to Destroy SMG4 Cause He Felt Like It · Episode 34: World of Craftmine · Episode 35: Mario's Guide to Defeating Bowser 2.0 · Episode 36: The Lie That Was The Cake That Is a Lie · Episode 37: ṩṩἔᾗмὄḋᾗᾄʀ · Episode 38: 0% of Spaghetti · Episode 39: Herobrine · Episode 40: ੮Һ૯ ૯Ն૯౮ค੮૦Ր
Overall Episodes 90 to 99 Episode 41: Join The Evil Side · Episode 42: SMG4 Joins The YTR · Episode 43: The Imposter · Episode 44: Starman3 Gets 5000 Subs! · Episode 45: Chinese Elves and Gay Cashiers · Episode 46: The Nether · Episode 47: tђє ๓๏ภรtєг · Episode 48: My Best Friend Slenderman · Episode 49: тнє ριик ρяσвℓєм · Episode 50: Befriend the End
Season 3
Overall Episodes 100 to 109 Episode 1: §§ënmØÐnÅr 2 · Episode 2: War of the Fat Italians 2012 · Episode 3: Halloween Special 2012 · Episode 4: Plumber Academy for Idiots · Episode 5: Smart(ass) Mario · Episode 6: Sup' Bro? · Episode 7: The Adventures of Mario and Luigi Episode 1 · Episode 8: President Toad Washington · Episode 9: Christmas Thing 2012 · Episode 10: The Adventures of Mario and Luigi Episode 2
Overall Episodes 110 to 119 Episode 11: S.M.G. Club · Episode 12: 99.5% Crazy · Episode 13: §§ënmØÐnÅr 3 · Episode 14: The Adventures of Mario and Luigi Episode 3 · Episode 15: A Lost Luigi · Episode 16: Two Evil Friends · Episode 17: Like a Bowser · Episode 18: A SM64 Fairytale Episode 1 · Episode 19: How to Make Spaghetti · Episode 20: Taken (Like An Idiot)
Overall Episodes 120 to 129 Episode 21: A SM64 Fairytale Episode 2 · Episode 22: The Swap · Episode 23: ÐД gℓђ · Episode 24: ṩṩἔᾗмὄḋᾗᾄʀ 4 · Episode 25: The Welcome Invitation · Episode 26: Long Jump · Episode 27: A SM64 Fairytale Episode 3 · Episode 28: Tale of a Bob-omb · Episode 29: The Mystery of the Missing White and Blue · Episode 30: Castle Creepers
Overall Episodes 130 to 139 Episode 31: A SM64 Fairytale Finale · Episode 32: Hotel Mario · Episode 33: Mario Swag · Episode 34: Spaghetti Law · Episode 35: YouTube Mario? · Episode 36: 101 Ways for Mario to Die (The Right Way!) · Episode 37: A Trip to Teletubbie Land · Episode 38: Mario Goes Shopping · Episode 39: Bob-omache · Episode 40: Free Lunch for Mario
Overall Episodes 140 to 149 Episode 41: The (TOTALLY ACCURATE) Documentary of Mario · Episode 42: Super Mario 64: The Movie Trailer · Episode 43: Wario's Treasure Hunting Time · Episode 44: ṩṩἔᾗмὄḋᾗᾄʀ 5 (WAT O_O edition) · Episode 45: Super Happy Magical Fun Fun Island · Episode 46: Mineswap · Episode 47: Idiot Karts 101 · Episode 48: War of the Fat Italians 2013 · Episode 49: Birthday Freakout · Episode 50: Luigi's Retarded Mansion
Overall Episodes 150 to 157 Episode 51: The Mario Parable · Episode 52: Mushroom Wars: That Space Series? Part 1: The Saga Begins · Episode 53: The 1337 P0lice · Episode 54: Mushroom Wars: That Space Series? Part 2: The Calm Before the Battle · Episode 55: A Fungus Among Us · Episode 56: Mushroom Wars: That Space Series? Part 3: The Down of the Weegeestar · Episode 57: The 12 Idiots of Christmas · Episode 58: ṩṩἔᾗмὄḋᾗᾄʀ 6 (New Year's Edition)
Season 4
Overall Episodes 158 to 167 Episode 1 · Episode 2 · Episode 3 · Episode 4 · Episode 5 · Episode 6 · Episode 7 · Episode 8 · Episode 9 · Episode 10
Overall Episodes 168 to 177 Episode 11 · Episode 12 · Episode 13 · Episode 14 · Episode 15 · Episode 16 · Episode 17 · Episode 18 · Episode 19 · Episode 20
Overall Episodes 178 to 187 Episode 21 · Episode 22 · Episode 23 · Episode 24 · Episode 25 · Episode 26 · Episode 27 · Episode 28 · Episode 29 · Episode 30
Overall Episodes 188 to 197 Episode 31 · Episode 32 · Episode 33 · Episode 34 · Episode 35 · Episode 36 · Episode 37 · Episode 38 · Episode 39 · Episode 40
Overall Episodes 198 to 207 Episode 41 · Episode 42 · Episode 43 · Episode 44 · Episode 45 · Episode 46 · Episode 47 · Episode 48 · Episode 49 · Episode 50
Overall Episode 208 Episode 51
Season 5
Overall Episodes 209 to 218 Episode 1 · Episode 2 · Episode 3 · Episode 4 · Episode 5 · Episode 6 · Episode 7 · Episode 8 · Episode 9 · Episode 10
Overall Episodes 219 to 228 Episode 11 · Episode 12 · Episode 13 · Episode 14 · Episode 15 · Episode 16 · Episode 17 · Episode 18 · Episode 19 · Episode 20
Overall Episodes 229 to 238 Episode 21 · Episode 22 · Episode 23 · Episode 24 · Episode 25 · Episode 26 · Episode 27 · Episode 28 · Episode 29 · Episode 30
Overall Episodes 239 to 248 Episode 31 · Episode 32 · Episode 33 · Episode 34 · Episode 35 · Episode 36 · Episode 37 · Episode 38 · Episode 39 · Episode 40
Overall Episode 249 Episode 41
Season 6
Overall Episodes 250 to 259 Episode 1 · Episode 2 · Episode 3 · Episode 4 · Episode 5 · Episode 6 · Episode 7 · Episode 8 · Episode 9 · Episode 10
Overall Episodes 260 to 269 Episode 11 · Episode 12 · Episode 13 · Episode 14 · Episode 15 · Episode 16 · Episode 17 · Episode 18 · Episode 19 · Episode 20
Overall Episodes 270 to 279 Episode 21 · Episode 22 · Episode 23 · Episode 24 · Episode 25 · Episode 26 · Episode 27 · Episode 28 · Episode 29 · Episode 30
Overall Episodes 280 to 289 Episode 31 · Episode 32 · Episode 33 · Episode 34 · Episode 35 · Episode 36 · Episode 37 · Episode 38 · Episode 39 · Episode 40
Overall Episodes 290 to 292 Episode 41 · Episode 42 · Episode 43
Season 7
Overall Episodes 293 to 302 Episode 1 · Episode 2 · Episode 3 · Episode 4 · Episode 5 · Episode 6 · Episode 7 · Episode 8 · Episode 9 · Episode 10
Overall Episodes 303 to 312 Episode 11 · Episode 12 · Episode 13 · Episode 14 · Episode 15 · Episode 16 · Episode 17 · Episode 18 · Episode 19 · Episode 20
Overall Episodes 313 to 322 Episode 21 · Episode 22 · Episode 23 · Episode 24 · Episode 25 · Episode 26 · Episode 27 · Episode 28 · Episode 29 · Episode 30
Overall Episodes 323 to 332 Episode 31 · Episode 32 · Episode 33 · Episode 34 · Episode 35 · Episode 36 · Episode 37 · Episode 38 · Episode 39 · Episode 40
Overall Episodes 333 to 342 Episode 41 · Episode 42 · Episode 43 · Episode 44 · Episode 45 · Episode 46 · Episode 47 · Episode 48 · Episode 49 · Episode 50
Overall Episodes 343 to 344 Episode 51 · Episode 52
Season 8
Overall Episodes 345 to 354 Episode 1 · Episode 2 · Episode 3 · Episode 4 · Episode 5 · Episode 6 · Episode 7 · Episode 8 · Episode 9 · Episode 10
Overall Episodes 355 to 364 Episode 11 · Episode 12 · Episode 13 · Episode 14 · Episode 15 · Episode 16 · Episode 17 · Episode 18 · Episode 19 · Episode 20
Overall Episodes 365 to 374 Episode 21 · Episode 22 · Episode 23 · Episode 24 · Episode 25 · Episode 26 · Episode 27 · Episode 28 · Episode 29 · Episode 30
Overall Episodes 375 to 384 Episode 31 · Episode 32 · Episode 33 · Episode 34 · Episode 35 · Episode 36 · Episode 37 · Episode 38 · Episode 39 · Episode 40
Overall Episodes 385 to 394 Episode 41 · Episode 42 · Episode 43 · Episode 44 · Episode 45 · Episode 46 · Episode 47 · Episode 48 · Episode 49 · Episode 50
Overall Episodes 395 to 396 Episode 51 · Episode 52
Season 9
Overall Episodes 397 to 406 Episode 1 · Episode 2 · Episode 3 · Episode 4 · Episode 5 · Episode 6 · Episode 7 · Episode 8 · Episode 9 · Episode 10
Overall Episodes 407 to 416 Episode 11 · Episode 12 · Episode 13 · Episode 14 · Episode 15 · Episode 16 · Episode 17 · Episode 18 · Episode 19 · Episode 20
Overall Episodes 417 to 426 Episode 21 · Episode 22 · Episode 23 · Episode 24 · Episode 25 · Episode 26 · Episode 27 · Episode 28 · Episode 29 · Episode 30
Overall Episodes 427 to 436 Episode 31 · Episode 32 · Episode 33 · Episode 34 · Episode 35 · Episode 36 · Episode 37 · Episode 38 · Episode 39 · Episode 40
Overall Episodes 437 to 444 Episode 41 · Episode 42 · Episode 43 · Episode 44 · Episode 45 · Episode 46 · Episode 47 · Episode 48
Season 10
Overall Episodes 445 to 454 Episode 1 · Episode 2 · Episode 3 · Episode 4 · Episode 5 · Episode 6 · Episode 7 · Episode 8 · Episode 9 · Episode 10
Overall Episodes 455 to 464 Episode 11 · Episode 12 · SMG4 Season 10 Episode 13 · SMG4 Season 10 Episode 14 · SMG4 Season 10 Episode 15 · SMG4 Season 10 Episode 16 · SMG4 Season 10 Episode 17 · SMG4 Season 10 Episode 18 · SMG4 Season 10 Episode 19 · SMG4 Season 10 Episode 20
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