Mario runs out of spaghetti, so he takes SMG4 to the store, but the cashier explains there is no spaghetti left as SMG4 gets chased by a Teletubby (Po, the red one). After several hours of complaining, Mario goes outside to see a homeless person who tells Mario where there is spaghetti. So Mario drags Smg4 out (again) to go to another store. However, after successfully (not really) sneaking in, Mario is surprised to see a guy buy the last box. So furious, Mario and SMG4 follow the guy home and search in his house to find the box. But when the guy arrives, they hide and wait for the guy to leave the box unattended.
Finally, when the guy is about to cook it, Mario jumps out and claims it's his, but the guy furiously chases Mario and SMG4 until Mario cleverly leaves a bunch of sticks of TNT exploding the house as they dodge the explosion in slow motion. However, they both end up getting arrested by the Cops at the end and meet up with the Teletubby again. The "Game Over" music and font was shown at the end.
When the Guy gets ready to cook the spaghetti, Mario suddenly stops him, saying "STOP RIGHT THERE! THAT'S MINE!". The catchphrase "STOP RIGHT THERE!" is usually used by the Policemen when the law is broken. But in this video, there isn't any voice when Mario says this phrase, because this blooper was made in 2012, and SMG4 didn't use many voiceovers as he does today in his videos.
This video has the Guy as an antagonist.
When Po is chasing SMG4, she is dark red, But when her foot is on SMG4, she is bright red.
The word "spaghetti" is consistently misspelled as "sphagetti" throughout the video.
The picture of Mario on the thumbnail is his official artwork from Super Mario 64 itself.
When the guy who took the last spaghetti is coming back to his house, the Pink Panther theme is heard playing.