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Stop It. This is not Okey dokey.
Stop it! This is not okie dokie!
WARNING: This blooper contains scenes of rave party, alcohol drinking, nudity. Viewer discretion is advised! (Don’t let your kids watch it!)

Super Mario 64 Bloopers: Party Rock Prisoners is the thirty-first episode of Season 2 and the eightieth overall to be uploaded by SMG4.

This episode was aired on April 30, 2012.


Mario goes to a rave party with Toad, but with Mario everything goes wrong!


While walking through the Mushroom Kingdom, Mario notices an advertisement for a party, which he was looking for. INB and Castablanca refer to it as a rave party and are excited for it. Once Mario hears this he freaks out and tells Toad about the rave party once he is back at Peach's Castle Toad forbids Mario from going because Peach gave him strict instructions to keep Mario away from parties. Toad agrees to come with after Mario accuses him of being gay. Once Mario and Toad get to the rave party, Mario and Toad pretend to be Luigi and Mario respectively to fool the security guard who has a list of attendees. Mario knocks him out when he is asked for Luigi's age and gender. Mario did this because he did not know Luigi's gender. Mario and Toad enter the rave party and cut to black. Mario wakes up nude in the castle dreaming of Wario and finds Toad flying around. When the the police arrive outside the castle Mario fears they found out about his illegal ID. It turns out that Mario is under arrest for robbing the Mushroom Kingdom Bank. Suddenly the events of the night prior all come back to Mario. At the rave party Mario ordered a glass of milk from the bar rather than alcohol because milk gets Mario high. After some rave dancing, Mario had another glass and was asked by the bartender when he will pay for his drinks. Mario decided to make a quick run to the bank so as to pay off his tab. Shortly before Mario got to the bank, however, a robber broke down the door and held the people in the bank hostage so he could rob it. Mario arrived during the midst of the robbery fully drunk and was warned about the robber. Mario believed an old lady was Hitler who he believed was the robber. Mario, after beating up "Hitler", took the money from the robber who he believed was Luigi and then threw up on him. Toad and Mario are arrested and the latter is charged with robbery as well as murder and homosexual abuse. A day later, Mario and Toad are taken to court and Mario blames it all on Toad. After Toad's irrelevant evidence and the judge expressing Mario's long criminal history, the jury decides the pair are guilty. Mario and Toad are locked in a cell at Mushroom Prison. Mario tries to get the security guards to let him out but fails. The inmate a cell over tries to slip to them a secret plan to break out of the prison until it is confiscated by a security guard. The fellow inmate proceeds to tell Mario about his Plan B. 2:00 AM - Mushroom Prison, Mario and Toad prepare to execute the fellow inmate's escape plan. Toad tries to seduce a security guard in passing. Disturbed by this, the guard opens the cell to drag Toad away, only to be taken out by Mario. Mario and Toad take out some more guards and crawl through the prison's sewer system. This doesn't get them out and they head to the cafeteria. After taking out some more guards with a vending machine. Mario and Toad crawl through the air vents starting in the cafeteria. After entering the surveillance tower, they unlock the front door and make their way over there. This alerts security and they are chased as they escape. After they jump the front gate, they use a grenade to throw off the pursuing police force. The next day, Mario and Toad finally have made it back to Peach's Castle, still wanted criminals. Mario is curious as to why there were so many Legend of Zelda references and the episode ends with the Angry Moon crashing into the castle in an explosion.



  • The plot of this video is similar to that of Crime Time.
  • The Jailguard outside Mario and Toad's cell apparently has a sister who was sent to jail. She's mentioned when the Jailguard picks up the nearby prisoner's (who was helping Mario & Toad escape) note and mentions it could break her out.
  • This is the third time Peach leaves for a vacation, the first is A Day Without Peach, and the second is A Murder Without Peach.
  • At the end of the blooper, Mario and Toad are still wanted, yet in future bloopers, when a police officer sees either two, he doesn't arrest them. It could be that Peach had them pardoned.
  • This is the very last blooper before SMG4 updated his text in later bloopers.
  • The title itself is similar to LMFAO's Party Rock Anthem.
  • Mario and Toad escaped from the prison only to be caught by a dozen of policemen.
  • It's not explained why Toad was arrested along with Mario.
  • It is revealed in this episode that milk gets Mario high

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