Sorry, I don't take bribes but I do take drugs.
Super Mario 64 Bloopers: Just Like Any Other Day is the seventh episode to be uploaded by SMG4.
This episode was aired on June 18, 2011.
There really is no story to this blooper, just a bunch of clips of smaller bloopers put together.
Somebody play with Mario
Mario is bored at the starting area of Bob-omb Battlefield and goes to visit King Bob-omb by moon jumping onto the mountain, insulting the Chain Chomp for its inability to fly and narrowly avoiding a cannoball being shot at him along the way. Mario goes to greet King Bob-omb and ends up falling off the edge of the mountain on the opposite end due to running enthusiastically towards him, which Lakitu remarks as a "fail aim". Making social contact with the king, Mario asks him if he wants to do something today, and King Bob-omb asserts that he leaves instead. Mario visits Whomp's Fortress to pester the Whomp King instead by standing on top of his head and asking him if he wants to play with him, calling him a piece of concrete. Whomp King instead roars in anger as Mario refuses to leave him alone.
Mario visits the castle and asks Toad if he wants to play, and Toad responds with chagrin that Mario shouldn't even ask him. Mario asks who he can play with, and Toad recommends he plays with Bowser. Bowser introduces Mario to his twin brother Bowsar who is on the platform somewhere. Mario eventually finds Bowsar, him being described as "just a robot", as he is seen standing docile on the edge of the platform. Mario grabs Bowsar by his tail to ask if he's awake, and Bowsar regains his consciousness as he tells Mario he is his biggest fan. While the two Bowser twins are setting Mario ablaze with their flames both, Mario attempts to counter it by hacking, which doesn't work as Mario keeps getting burned, though he is oblivious to it as he asks "what smells good", referring to his own singed flesh. Mario describes the experience as equivalent to Hell, and hovers Bowsar above the bomb, telling him its magical and he should touch it. Bowsar attempts to force Mario to let go of him by telling him that he's actually Bowser, and Bowsar ends up being blown up by the bomb, killing him. Bowser reprimands Mario for killing his twin brother, and Mario dismisses his death by calling him as too bossy. Mario also attempts to do the same to Bowser, and Bowser attempts to bribe Mario into sparing him by offering him 10,000,000,000,000 coins in exchange. Mario rejects, saying he takes drugs instead of coins, and throws Bowser down onto the bomb. With both Bowsers killed, Mario wonders what he should do next. He decides to dance to a parody of "Kung Fu Fighting" by Carl Douglas called "Goomba Stomping".
A mountain race
Mario visits Cool, Cool Mountain, and he ends up leading himself into the snowball race. As he is sliding down the mountain against the snowball, he ends up crashing into it and sending himself down to the next track below, causing him to get lodged in the snow, which he eventually escapes from. Mario thinks he is free from the snowball, oblivious to it rolling towards him, and the snowball ends up bending his spine when it hits him a second time. Mario approaches the finish line of the track and the Headless Snowman's head sees him following after the snowball rolls by. The Headless Snowman asks what said snowball was, and Mario answers that it was one of his answers, attempting to flee immediately afterwards while making an ice pun. Mario encounters a duo of Mr. Blizzards on the bridge across after reaching the finish line and attempts to eliminate one of them, only to end up dying.
Where's the Big Boo?
Mario then visits Big Boo's Haunt upon hearing rumours about a Big Boo living there, and remarks that the location's interior looks like his house but without the decoration. Mario hovers up to one of the balconies in the mansion and visits the library to check for a Big Boo, sarcastically calling it scary. While searching, one of the books come to life and attack him, and he angrily remarks that books are stupid and education is bad as a result. Mario jumps up to the second floor to the door above the library and visits the room inside, having never been in it before, and walks through the double doors left of the entrance door to find a Big Boo outside, wondering where Luigi's vacuum cleaner is so he can suck up the ghost and contain it as he falls down to the ground floor yard. Mario jumps back up onto the ledge and proceeds to confront Big Boo as the Boo calls him a failure, which Mario takes offense to as he proceeds to hit the Big Boo. The Big Boo ends up nearly killing Mario, and he decides to jump off the platform and hang on by the roof to prevent himself from falling. Mario falls and ends up dying, proclaiming that he at least manged to kill something while at Big Boo's Haunt.
Mario ends up at Wing Mario Over the Rainbow and wonders where he is, deciding to jump across to the cannon. He sees the rainbow and remarks that "rainbows are for hippies", before failing one of the jumps to one of the clouds and falling down as he desperately shouts that he doesn't want to go to Hell. Mario lands in the lake outside of the castle and wonders why he isn't splashing into the water as the water is completely motionless and solid. Mario attempts to give it motion by ground pounding it as he calls it "prop water", remarking that he often pees in the water and questioning the music playing during the segment. Mario decides to leave the yard and visits Bob-omb Battlefield.
The cost of a cannon
Mario sees the cannon in the level's introduction owned by the Bob-omb Buddy and wonders if he can purchase it. Bob-omb Buddy tells him that it costs 9,000 coins to purchase, and then says that it doesn't actually cost anything and he actually found it somewhere.
Bored again, Mario visits Jolly Roger Bay and uses the cannon to attempt to get into Heaven again, exclaiming "Jebus" as he flies through the sky. However, due to the implausibility of his thought, he ends up falling back down into the water of Jolly Roger Bay, telling off the figure he thinks rejected him and sent him downward to "trust the devil" if they so want to. Interested, Mario follows through with the idea of simply swimming around under the bay instead. Mario wonders to himself what the eel is up to, and finds it lodged in the hole. He asks if it can come out to play, and the eel emerges from the hole to roar. Mario is unsure of what the eel's response means, and questions if it's supposed to mean "yes", "no" or "go away". The eel leaves the hole and Mario thinks it wants to play 'Follow the Leader'. On its way out, Mario sees a star on the end of the eel's tail. He tries to catch the star due to his need to collect them all and chases after the eel, falling just short of the star, and he threatens to turn the eel into sushi if it doesn't give him the star. He also asks why the eel has a star on its backside, and then attempts to ram it to stop it from moving around. Mario wonders where his gun is so he can shoot the eel, and then gives up on chasing the star as he claims he thinks fishes suck, planning to eat the eel's babies if it eventually has some.
Bowser fight failure
Mario decides to fight Bowser in Bowser in the Sky, telling him to cue the music. Bowser plays "Sunshine, Lollipops And Rainbows" by Lesley Gore, which Mario dismisses, and Bowser justifies his choice to Mario in that he found it to be catchy. The DJ is requested by Mario to play a different tune, and continues playing the same song. After being threatened, the music is instead changed to "Pump It" by The Black Eyed Peas. With Mario satisfied, he is about to fight Bowser, only to find that he isn't ready, and decides on a doover. Mario hovers himself and Bowser over to a distant bomb and drops Bowser all the way down into the abyss below. Bowser instead manages to return back to the platform, and Mario finds out that he can jump really far. Mario asks where Bowser learned it from, and Bowser answers that he learned it from Mario's mum. Due to repeatedly doing the same actions over and over again, Lakitu calls the battle boring, and decides on the traditional method of defeating Bowser by spinning him around by the tail. Mario effortlessly picks him up again and accidentally drops Bowser off of the platform, only for him to jump back onto the platform again, the impact causing the ground to shake, which Mario makes a remark about. Mario demands Bowser to touch the bomb out in the open, only for him to drop himself down and fail the fight.
The igloo-apartment ordeal
Visiting Snowman's Land, Mario finds it to be cold and searches for shelter. He sees an igloo directly next to him and enters it, hoping he doesn't wedge himself in the walls upon entry. Mario is surprised to discover that the igloo is bigger on the interior, and sees a Spindrift, wondering if they live in the igloo. The Spindrift attacks him and he presumes there's a rule about there being no fat people allowed in the igloo, and he kills the Spindrift in retribution, as well as a second Spindrift in the same area. Mario assures himself that he isn't "too" fat in the igloo and enters the giant ice block in the back, which has a Goomba inside of it as it turns out the ice block is actually an apartment for the Goomba. Mario sees the Bob-omb Buddy again and asks if he lives here. It turns out that Bob-omb Buddy does not and uses the house for their television, food, and toiletries and then leaves, and Mario wonders if he should do the same. Mario also tests the acoustics of the igloo and interrupts a Goomba during a beauty sleep session.
A fun day
Mario approaches Toad and playfully asks if the two of them had a fun day together. Due to not having been with him together, however, Toad tells Mario that he just stands where he currently is with his feet that he can only jump with. Mario ends the video off by thanking the viewers for watching and saying goodnight before falling asleep directly in front of Toad. Toad is disgusted and then tells Mario that he can smell his breath what with him being directly next to him.
|Can I sing a song for you?|
|This music list is incomplete and needs to be completed. Any user is obliged to do so.|
- 2:26 - Kung Fu Fighting, Carl Douglas
- 3:37 - Ghostbusters, Ray Parker Jr.
- 6:41 - U Can't Touch This, MC Hammer
- 7:16 - Sunshine, Lollipops And Rainbows, Lesley Gore
- 7:31 - Pump It, The Black Eyed Peas
- At 2:49 to 3:27, Mario references the famous adventure movie, Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark.