Mama Mia Mario

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This article is about the live-action segment of The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!. For the character, see Mama Mario.
The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! Live-Action Segment
"Mama Mia Mario"
Luigi, being yelled at by Mama Mario.
Airdate September 18, 1989
Guest star(s) None
Title reference None
Cartoon episode "The Great BMX Race"
Zelda preview "The White Knight"
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"Mama Mia Mario" is the eleventh live-action segment of The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!. Its corresponding animated episode is "The Great BMX Race".

Plot synopsis[edit]

In Mario Brothers Plumbing, Luigi is in the midst of playing his Nintendo Entertainment System as Mario eats some pizza nearby. Asking Mario if he's going to eat all his pizza, Luigi gets the response from Mario that he's saving some room for supper and gives Luigi a small piece of pizza. As Mario continues to eat, Luigi begins to say that what there doing is great, simply relaxing without anyone to boss them around or tell them what to do.

Luigi eventually stops his ranting when the phone begins to ring; getting up, Luigi begins to approach the ringing telephone, which is underneath a mold covered pizza. Moving the germ infested pizza, Luigi answers the phone and soon finds himself bombarded by a rapidly speaking person on the other end.

Hearing Luigi argueing with whoever is on the phone, Mario asks if the caller is complaining about the hot water heater that blew-up last week. Eventually, Luigi, after agreeing to something, hangs-up the phone and tells Mario that the call wasn't about the hot water heater; its worse than that, Mama Mario is coming for a visit. At the sound of this, Mario becomes horrified and tells Luigi that he and Mario should quickly clean-up the apartment and scatter some vegetables around the place.

After panickingly cleaning the apartment and putting a large amount of objects in a garbage can, Mario and Luigi hear they're doorbell ring. As Mama Mario begins to yell for Mario and Luigi to open the door, Mario leaves to dump the garbage he's collected somewhere as Luigi goes to open the door. Rushing upstairs, Luigi opens the door, only to be wacked by Mama Mario's purse and bombarded with insults by Mama Mario, who says Luigi should have opened the door quicker.

After being scolded by Mama Mario, Luigi is forced to help her clean the floor of Mario Brothers Plumbing. As Luigi continues to scrub the floor of the apartment, the doorbell rings. Asking who is at the door, Mama Mario gets the response that it's Mario, who claims to be finished cleaning everything up to Flatbush Avenue. Hearing this, Mama Mario commands Mario to go clean the Brooklyn Bridge and proceedes to tell Luigi to go help Mario. After telling Luigi this, Mama Mario leaves Mario Brothers Plumbing through a nearby door.

With Mama Mario gone, Luigi ascends the staircase to the apartment door and opens it, letting Mario in. After Mario enters the apartment, he begins to tell Luigi that having their mother at the apartment is awful. Seemingly hearing Mario's complaining, Mama Mario demands he and Luigi to start working again.

After doing a large amount of work, Mario and Luigi finally say goodbye to Mama Mario, who had won the lottery and was forced to go. With Mama Mario gone, Mario and Luigi can finally go back to relaxing and begin to throw garbage and junk around their apartment.

Finishing making the apartment a mess, Mario and Luigi sit at a table and begin to relax, only to hear their doorbell ring. Believing the person at the door to be Mama Mario, Luigi instructs Mario to not answer the door; it seems Mama Mario hadn't really won the lottery, Luigi had simply faked the phone call tellling her she did and now Luigi believed an angered Mama Mario was at the door.

Instructing Mario to answer the apartment door, Luigi leaves the room and goes to get a lottery ticket for who he believes to be Mama Mario. After Luigi leaves, Mario answers the door, only to find his Aunt Luigeena there, much to his horror.

Trivia[edit]

  • This is the only live-action segment to not have a guest star in it; Mama Mario was played by Lou Albano, while Aunt Luigeena was portrayed by Danny Wells, who also act as Mario and Luigi.
  • Aunt Luigeena is possibly the namesake of Luigeena, one of Mario and Luigi's cousins from a previous live-action segment, entitled "Marianne and Luigeena".
  • At the end when Mario and Aunt Luigeena tell the audience to "Do the Mario", the words don't appear at all.
  • When Luigi is speaking with Mama Mario, the babble when slowed down is actually Luigi's dialogue from earlier in the episode when both Mario Bros. were chatting.
  • Years later, when Mario (voiced by Charles Martinet) was asked about his last name at San Diego Comic-Con 2012, he would state that his mother's full name is Mama Mia Mario.[1]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Italian Arriva la Mamma! Mommy is coming!
Portuguese Mama Mia -

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AAjhjLuWbC8