Romano's Father and Joliet's Father

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Romano's Father (left) and Joliet's Father (right).

Romano's Father and Joliet's Father are inhabitants of the Land of Romance and the parents of the lovers Romano and Joliet. Romano's Father and Joliet's Father appear to be complete opposites of one another, with Romano's Father being tall, skinny and clothed in blue clothing while Joliet's Father is short, fat and wears red clothing.

In The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! episode "Mario and Joliet", Romano's Father and Joliet's Father began a violent feud against eachother due to King Koopa, who had caused Joliet's Father and Romano's Father to fight so he could make a large profit selling Beezos, Snifits, Albatosses and Bob-ombs to them. Due to this newly developed hatred between them, Romano's Father and Joliet's Father refused to allow their children, Romano and Joliet to marry.

This private war between Romano's Father and Joliet's Father was eventually ended by Princess Toadstool, who ordered Romano's Father and Joliet's Father to stop fighting and allow Romano and Joliet to marry. Not pleased by having their battle interrupted, Romano's Father and Joliet's Father were forced to comply with Princess Toadstool's decree and shook hands, with the two of them trying to crush each other's hands.

At the church where Romano and Joliet were to be married, the feud between Romano's Father and Joliet's Father started once more after Joliet's Father learned from Toad that his daughter had been kidnapped and blamed Romano's Father for doing it. As Romano's Father and Joliet's Father had their Snifit minions fight in a catastrophic battle that began to cause the church they were in to began to crumble.

Later, after Joliet was rescued from King Koopa, her real abductor, by Mario, Luigi, Toad, Romano and Princess Toadstool, Romano's Father and Joliet's Father appeared at the wedding of their offspring. Right after Romano and Joliet married, Romano's Father and Joliet's Father began to argue over who their children would live with, with this argument escalating into a large scale food fight.