Peeka

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Not to be confused with Peepa.
Peeka
Lahla.png
Species Boo
First appearance Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (2004)
“Hi there, cutie! Welcome to Westside Goods!”
Peeka, Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door

Peeka is Lahla's sister who runs the Westside Goods shop in Rogueport in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. Peeka acts as a sort of "bouncer" for the Pianta Syndicate. Anyone wishing to see Don Pianta (and later Frankie) must buy a Dried Shroom then a Dizzy Dial in that order as a sort of password to gain access to him. Peeka then asks for a password in the form of a question to make sure someone did not just stumble on the order by accident and to further secure the Syndicate's main building. There is a door at the back of the shop Peeka will open if everything is answered correctly. This door leads to the secret back alley that is linked to the only entrance to the main building of the Pianta Syndicate. She likes jewelry and bags.

Tattle information[edit]

  • That's Peeka, a Boo that works at Westside Goods. She's so pretty... for a Boo. I think her sister's Lahla, the Boo who works at the Pianta Parlor.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ユーノ
Yūno
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French Boony Pun on "Boo" and "bunny".
German Zwinky -
Italian Boonita From "Boo" and the Spanish "bonita", meaning pretty

Trivia[edit]

Peeka in the Japanese version.
  • Peeka and Lahla have a similar face to Lady Bow.
  • Peeka's name is a play on the phrase "peekaboo", as in Peeka "Boo".
  • In the Japanese version, Peeka and Lahla wear bunny ears which, coupled with their cuffs and bow-tie, resembles a bunny suit. In other versions, they wear cat ears.