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Super Mario 64 Bloopers: Who let the Chomp out? is the 195th blooper made by SMG4. Released on September 7, 2014, it is currently his most popular video, with countless views still rising today.
The Chain Chomp of Bob-omb Battlefield is free thanks to the Gourmet Guy. Mario, Luigi, Peach, SMG4 and Toad now must do everything to get away from the Chomp. But there is another problem: Peach left the stove on, and now someone has to get out there and save the Castle from burning down.
At Bob-omb Battlefield with Mario trying to communicate with several Goomba. After doing a mating dance, the Goomba multiply and attack Mario. SMG4 rescues Mario (who was pissed at SMG4 for not helping him with the experiment) and the two come across a Chain Chomp. The Bob-omb Buddies notice Mario and SMG4 with the Chomp, and, believing to be taking away their jobs as dogkeepers, send Gourmet Guy after them, who crushes Mario. SMG4 checks the pole that tethers the Chain Chomp to the ground, while Gourmet repeatedly squishes Mario, until he pushes him off, crushing the pole in the process. SMG4 then tells Mario to run as the Chain Chomp starts chasing them. Mario sprints away from the now-free Chain Chomp as the Chain Chomp hits the camera. Along the way, SMG4 and Mario run past a Koopa Troopa. The Chain Chomp hits the Koopa Troopa, wearing sunglasses, in a car whilst saying "It's raping time!". Mario throws a rapper Old Man Hobo singing Who Let the Dogs Out at the Chain Chomp, but still the Chain Chomp kept his eyes on Mario and SMG4. Suddenly, Luigi appears from a pipe, but upon looking at the Chain Chomp, he runs back into the pipe with SMG4 and Mario. The Chain Chomp runs into the pipe as well. Inside the sewers underneath the castle, Mario witnesses the Chain Chomp slowly making its way towards the exit. He sees a group of Toads saying "Oh! Hey, Mario!". Desperate, he uses them as a blockade but ends up failing because the Toad blockade was no match for the Chain Chomp. Running upstairs to the castle, SMG4 tells Peach to "RUN B***H! RUUUUN!". He, Peach, Mario, Luigi, and a Toad hide in the room with a picture of Whomp Fortress.
The Chain Chomp is outside the hallways, looking for the five. Toad asks what happened and SMG4 says that there was a scary Chain Chomp. Mario complains, but SMG4 reassures him saying someone will find them all, only for a smoke detector to ring. Peach, frantically, screams "AAAAAAH! THE MEATLOAF!" as an oven was left on and is on fire. Peach hurries off, but the Chain Chomp starts to attack her. She returns to the room and admits to SMG4 that she left the oven on. He calls her a b***h, but Toad reassures everyone that he and his friends can fix it. However, the Toads are easily burned. SMG4 tells Mario to turn it off. Mario refuses, but SMG4 tells him that the Chain Chomp will eat all of the spaghetti, which upsets Mario. Mario sneaks up near the Chain Chomp, who is sleeping. He was about to attach the chain to the ground, but the Chain Chomp woke up from the sound of a doorbell. The person who answered was Sonic the Hedgehog. The Chain Chomp asked him if he wants to be friends with him, to which he accepts. Then he spots a refrigerator containing spaghetti. He ate it, then fell back asleep. Mario tries to sneak up to eat the spaghetti, much to SMG4's dismay. Mario says "It tastes like sh*t!", which made the Chain Chomp wake up in an angry way. He used Hyper Beam on Mario. Mario, now decapitated, complains to SMG4 again. Meanwhile, Toad and Peach are playing Super Smash Bros., with Toad as Kirby and Peach as Samus. Toad defeats Peach and rubs it in her face. SMG4 asks where Luigi is, and Mario responds that he wanted to help, so he went to turn the oven off. Luigi succeeds and dances, but the room is still on fire. Luigi is burnt and is presumably killed. Mario says that Luigi was his brother and he was up for it. SMG4 says it makes sense.
The two throw Luigi's corpse as bait for the Chain Chomp. However, they discover it's gone. Hearing barking, SMG4 gets concerned. Toad and Peach are now playing Mario Party 9. The two were playing on the Magma Mine 2nd Boss Level (Chain Chomp Romp) as themselves, with the other two COM characters being Yoshi and Waluigi. When the mine carts got near the Chain Chomp, the actual Chain Chomp bursts through the TV. Toad and Peach hurry outside the room where the Chain Chomp bombed through the door, frightening Mario and SMG4 (Luigi disappeared at that time). The exit is barricaded by the Gourmet Guy who was outside listening to I Sit On You. Toadsworth volunteered to help save the foursome. Mario asked if he was going to throw his walking cane, but Toadsworth transformed into a princess-version of himself, where he used a machine gun to vanquish the Chain Chomp. When the foursome tried to make a getaway by going up the stairs, there was fire everywhere. Toadsworth was out of ammo, then the Chain Chomp fires his own gun. Toadsworth says "Come at me, bro. You mad?". The Chain Chomp fires Dr. Eggman at Toadsworth. The two went into the hallway and tried to make it to the courtyard. Mario fell on the ground and told the three to go on without him. SMG4 was okay with it, but Mario angrily followed anyway. The Chain Chomp bombed through the door that led to the courtyard, forcing Mario and SMG4 to run into the basement.
SMG4 thinks that he and Mario have lost the Chain Chomp. Mario whimpers, but SMG4 reassures him. However, The Chain Chomp starts barking in another room. Mario says "bye-bye" to Luigi, Princess Peach, Bowser (technically not in this blooper) and Toad ("You son of a b***h!") with a troll face. SMG4 told him to be a man, but Mario said it wasn't possible. Someone said, "Wow, what an a*****e!". Mario looked at that someone, and it was the Chain Chomp. He and SMG4 backed away, but the Chain Chomp got near them. SMG4 screamed like a girl and threw an invincibility star at the Chain Chomp, turning him into Pac-Man. Mario, angrily said “You are STUPID!" where SMG4 replied, "Shut the f**k up!". As Pac-Man chased the duo, the duo ran into a dead end. But Pac-Man turned himself back to the Chain Chomp. Mario finally had enough, so he throws a Bob-omb at the Chain Chomp. The Chain Chomp tearfully says, "I just want to be your friend!". SMG4 apologizes, but Mario doesn't give a f**k. The Chain Chomp flies out of Peach's Castle. The Bob-omb Buddies mourn the loss of their beloved Chain Chomp, only for the Chain Chomp to fly back to his original position. Mario and SMG4 are relieved that the Chain Chomp is gone, but the tower of Peach's Castle has fallen down because of the fire that was still ongoing.
- Koopa Troopa
- Toast Guy
- Old Man Hobo
- Toad Plug
- Samus Aran (on Super Smash Bros.)
- Waluigi (on Mario Party 9)
- Yoshi (on Mario Kart 64 and Mario Party 9)
- Kirby (on Super Smash Bros.)
- Donkey Kong (on Mario Kart 64)
- Wario (on Mario Kart 64)
- Other Toad
- Dr. Eggman
Reception and legacy
The video became the most viewed episode of all-time in the series' history, with around 58 million views as of December 2021.
The success of the episode led to the series creating a fleshed-out sequel to the episode in Season 7, on February 4, 2017, over two years after this video's release, a sequel, titled SM64 Bloopers: Who let the chomp out...AGAIN!?. As of January 2020, this video has 3.8 million views.
On September 7, 2020, 6 years after the original release of this blooper, SM64 machinimists, headed by Turkish-German animator Bugtendo, created a remake of the episode, with the additional title Rebloopered. Although the overall video follows the original some slight changes were made, apart from the intro:
- In every scene, the appearance of the machinimist's avatar in their respectively-made scene can be seen.
- Some facial expressions are changed, with additional sound effects as well.
- Instead of Mario holding the Goomba mask, he wears it instead, and the camera somewhat moves when Mario was talking to the Goombas.
- Mario did not lose his foot after SMG4 helped him, unlike in the original version where Mario's foot was cut off.
- The Bob-Omb Buddy who looked at Mario and SMG4 with the Chain Chomp with his binoculars was situated in a watchtower when in the original he was near the cannon. He later threw his binoculars, when he put it away in the original.
- The cannon has a different design.
- The Gourmet Guy's flying scene was altered, removing Toast Guy's appearance in the original.
- After Gourmet Guy sang "This is what I do, I sit on you", he ends it with a wet fart.
- During the chase, Mario and SMG4 ran faster when the Chain Chomp approaches, unlike just running fast even before the Chain Chomp arrives in the original.
- The Chain Chomp's car was changed.
- The Koopa Troopa and Old Man Hobo were replaced by OnyxKing67 and SMG3 respectively. Also, Mario threw Old Man Hobo in the original, but in the remake, SMG4 threw SMG3.
- Luigi's current appearance is used, replacing his previous palette swap.
- The scene where Luigi freaks out about the incoming Chomp has a slight change.
- Characters hurried up a little when being chased.
- The pipe with the Chain Chomp was changed to a view of the Chain Chomp traveling down the pipe.
- When everybody hurried into the room, Toad broke part of the door, leading Mario to fix it. In the original, everybody just hurried into the room, closing it straight away.
- The GMOD model of an injured Peach was changed to an SM64 model.
- Toad's line "We'll be able to turn it off!" was absent in this remake.
- The Facebook friend request for Sonic the Hedgehog was changed to a Twitter follow notification from Sonic the Hedgehog.
- The GMOD model of Mario eating spaghetti from the Chomp's mouth was changed to the SM64 model of Mario.
- Instead of sentient headless Mario in the original, the remake showed a dead headless Mario, with the ghost of his head appearing. However, it became sentient afterward.
- The Super Smash Bros. 64 gameplay was changed to Mario Kart 64 in the remake.
- Luigi dances to the burning stove instead of just walking to it in the original.
- Luke Lerdwichagul did voice some lines in the remake of a scene.
- Toad and Peach played Mario Party 9 with Wii Remotes instead of using Nintendo 64 controllers.
- In the remake, Gourmet Guy dances while listening to his song when he leans on the door.
- Toadsworth had a different model when he wears his princess outfit.
- Mario used the Flip from Super Paper Mario to teleport him and Peach to the other side instead of walking towards the door.
- A Persona reference was made, alongside the Chomp firing Dr. Robotnik's (Jim Carrey) head at Toadsworth, in which this was not present in the original and the head shot was Dr. Eggman's whole body instead.
- The remake shows Mario and SMG4 walking in the sewers, which was not seen in the original.
- When Mario thinks of Toad, the imagination about him made a troll face in the original, where in the remake a 3D imagination of Toad pounces on Mario's head, leading to a chase, not seen in the original.
- In the original, the Chain Chomp emerges behind Mario when he stood near the wall. In the remake, he appeared behind Mario at one of the sewers, where the latter was chasing imaginary Toad.
- The Pac-Man scene was changed.
- The scene where the Chain Chomp was flying away from the castle had a different perspective.
- The original showed the castle tower collapsing vertically, leaning to the left, while the remake showed the tower crashing down to the right.
- While the outro music remained in both the original and remake, the remake showed an entirely new ending, featuring the avatars of the SM64 machinimists involved in the remake being chased with Mario and SMG4 by the Chain Chomp in a 3D map, while Weegeepie (Luigi) gets sit on by Gourmet Guy in the end like the original. There is also a Thank You message at the end.
In a Hobo Bros video while Luke and Kevin were reacting, both brothers compliment on how well done the video was remade and enjoyed it. Luke then got a bit emotional to the Thank You message at the end.
The remake was deleted on
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- 0:00 - Super Mario 64 - Bob-omb Battlefield
- 0:30 - Heavy Breakfast Machine
- 0:46 - Playing the Game - Mario Party 1
- 1:10 - Super Mario Galaxy - Attack of the Airships
- 1:30 - R. Kelly - I Believe I Can Fly
- 1:49 - This Is What I Do (I Sit On You!)
- 2:00 - Baha Men - Who Let The Dogs Out
- 2:44 - Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga - Element Palace
- 3:00 -
- 3:20 - Luigi's Mansion - Toad's Theme
- 3:41 -
- 3:58 - Sonic the Hedgehog - Title Screen
- 4:08 -
- 4:35 - Yoshi's Island - Athletic Theme
- 4:55 - Hot Chocolate - You Sexy Thing
- The title of the video is an obvious homage to the Baha Men song "Who Let the Dogs Out?" released in 2000. The song even plays for a brief period of time during the blooper while Mario and SMG4 are being chased by the titular Chain Chomp.
- It also shares the name of the sixth star of Bob-Omb Battlefield in Super Mario 64, Behind Chain Chomp's Gate. To get it, the player has to ground-pound Chain Chomp's stake into the ground, and it will bash the cage behind it, allowing the player to obtain the Power Star behind it.
- When Peach and Toad are playing Mario Party 9 they are using Nintendo 64 game controllers. This is impossible because Mario Party 9 is a Wii game; however, they did use Wii Remotes in the remake.
- The minigame they are playing is a boss minigame called Chain Chomp Romp.
- According to this blooper, if you give a Starman to a Chain Chomp, it turns into a Pac-Chomp.
- Because of this fact, this is the first appearance of Pac-Chomp since "Super Mario 64 Bloopers: Race for Golden Overalls".
- This is the 5th time that the Shy Guy never speaks or says "YEAH TOAST!!!". It, also, is the third time that we see him as McShyGuy the helping toast fairy.
- This is the second time that Mario has a Goomba head, the first was in Super Mario 64 Bloopers: ṩṩἔᾗмὄḋᾗᾄʀ (1,000 Subs).
- This is Toadsworth's third appearance in SMG4's videos (fourth if we count his cameo appearance on the picture at the end of the episode "SM64: ṩṩἔᾗмὄḋᾗᾄʀ 8 (150k special)".
- According to this blooper, Toadsworth has a minigun.
- Ben from the bloopers "Two Great Friends!" and "The Toadassass-ination" makes a cameo appearance on a DeviantArt picture at the end of this video.
- This is the second time that Peach's castle gets destroyed but it isn't Mario's fault. The first was in "Super Mario 64 Bloopers: President Toad Washington".
- The "Goomba Mating Call" is actually from the song "Heavy's Breakfast Machine" shouted by the Heavy Weapons Guy from Team Fortress 2.
- Toadsworth is seen wearing his princess dress and crown from the bloopers "SM64 Guides: Toadsworth's How to - Princess" and "R64: Mario's Spageti Delivary", respectively.
- Mario (or SMG4 in the remake) says "GET OVER HERE!" when he throws the old man (or SMG3 in the remake). That quote is used by Scorpion from Mortal Kombat when he drags his opponent with his spear.
- It is unknown what happened to Peach, Toadsworth, and Toad, but they presumably died when the Chain Chomp came in through the courtyard.
- When Toad celebrates beating Peach while playing SSB (MK64 in the remake), the audio used is "Wombo Combo."
- The quote "WTF is a Sonic?!" is from a now-deleted JonTron video about the game Sonic R (even though there’s a reupload).
- There is a goof during the Goomba communication scene. When Mario moves during that scene (only during the part where is back is shown), the Goomba head reverts to Mario's own head. This was not fixed in the remake.
- The said video appeared in "SMG4: MarioTube" where Mario reacted.
- On May 2, 2018, SMG4 was given a challenge in which he must remake the video in 30 minutes.
- This is currently the most viewed episode in SMG4, with 59 million views as of August 2022.
- This is the first blooper to be remade by fans due to its popularity.