List of Mario television episodes

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DIC Entertainment produced three Super Mario cartoon series. The three shows consist of The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! (1989), The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 (1990), and Super Mario World (1991). Altogether, there are 91 animated episodes from the three Mario cartoon series. The series first aired on September 4, 1989, and finished on December 7, 1991.

The lists on this page are ordered by airdate.

The Super Mario Bros. Super Show![edit]

Note that in this list, the titles of the animated segments are listed first, and the live-action segments' titles are listed second.

Ep# Title Written by Original air date Production code
1 "The Bird! The Bird!"
"Neatness Counts"
Reed Shelly and Bruce Shelly September 4, 1989 101

Mario and Luigi get an obsession with neatness and demonstrate to Nicole Eggert how to unclog a sink.

A Birdo mistakes Toad for her missing baby and kidnaps him, thus Mario, Luigi and Princess Toadstool must rescue him, while avoiding Koopa's attacks. Featured song: Surfin' Bird (The Trashmen)

Mario and Luigi have a bit of trouble trying to keep Nicole dry, neat and clean.
2 "King Mario of Cramalot"
"Day of the Orphan"
Perry Martin September 5, 1989 102

A girl called Patty (Danica McKellar) arrives at Mario and Luigi's claiming to be an orphan without a family or a place to go, so the plumbers invite her in for a stay.

Mario becomes the King of Cramalot in order to drive out Koopa's forces. Episode is based on The Sword in the Stone. Featured song: Bad (Michael Jackson)

The Super Mario brothers are spoiling Patty, when her parents show up, ashamed that she's been taking the plumbers for granted, but they enjoy a family reunion.
3 "Butch Mario & the Luigi Kid"
"All Steamed Up"
Phil Harnage September 6, 1989 103

In the Wild West, Koopa has kidnapped Princess Toadstool, so Mario, Luigi and Toad try to rescue her. Episode is based on Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Featured song: Rawhide (Frankie Laine)

Sgt. Slaughter unleashes his wrath on Luigi when Luigi appears to be stalling taking his Steam-O-Matic back to his tank, unaware Mario's inside. The result of the machine shrinks Mario.
4 "Mario's Magic Carpet"
"Marianne and Luigeena"
Rowby Goren September 7, 1989 104

When Princess Toadstool winds up as the wench of an evil sultan, the Super Mario Bros. and Toad try to rescue her with the help of a bitter genie. Episode is based on Aladdin. Featured song: Magic Carpet Ride (Steppenwolf)

Marianne and Luigeena come to visit after Mario accidentally blurts out Lyle Alzado is eating lunch with them.
5 "The Ringer"
"Slime Busters"
Bob Forward September 8, 1989 LOZ1

A "slime ghost" is in Mario Bros Plumbing, so Mario contacts Ernie Hudson from Ghostbusters. Episode based on Ghostbusters.

Ganon tries to steal the Triforce of Wisdom from Zelda.

The ghost takes control of Luigi's body, forcing Ernie to battle him.
6 "Rolling Down the River"
"The Mario Monster Mash"
J. Larry Carrol and David Bennett Carren September 11, 1989 105

Mario and Luigi help a certain Mark Twang win a riverboat race against Koopa and save Princess Toadstool and Toad who were kidnapped. Featured Song: Proud Mary (Creedence Clearwater Revival)

Dr. Frankenstein asks Mario and Luigi to help him with his experiment in promising his monster a normal brain. While laying down to take a nap, Mario gets caught up in the experiment and his brain gets switched with the monster's.
7 "The Great Gladiator Gig"
"Bonkers from Yonkers"
Jack Olesker September 12, 1989 106

Koopa hosts a fake spaghetti dinner to trap Princess Toadstool and Toad, then forces the Super Mario Bros. to fight back Tryclyde. Featured song: Shaddap You Face (Joe Dolce)

A bop on Mario's head giving him amnesia forces Luigi to call in Dr. Sigmund Fruitcake (Larry Gelman) for help.
8 "Mario and the Beanstalk"
"Bats in the Basement"
George Atkins September 13, 1989 107

Mario and Luigi trade Princess Toadstool's cow for garbanzo beans. The beans grow into a beanstalk, leading the group to a castle in the sky owned by a giant Koopa. Episode is based on Jack and the Beanstalk. Featured song: I Heard it Through the Beanvine (a slightly altered version of I Heard It Through the Grapevine) (Marvin Gaye)

A vampire (Jim Ward) arrives from Transylvania as a foreign exchange student.
9 "Love 'Em and Leave 'Em"
"Will the Real Elvis Please Shut Up!"
Sean Roche and David Ehrman September 14, 1989 108

When Mario and Co are imprisoned by the obnoxious Queen Rotunda, and after eating Mario's spicy ice cream, the queen accidentally drinks a love potion that makes her fall in love with Mario. Featured song: The Power of Love (Huey Lewis & the News)

While preparing for an Elvis look-alike contest, Mario and Luigi get a visit from the real Elvis (Fred Travalena).

Note: King Koopa doesn't appear in this episode.
10 "Cold Spells"
"Magic's Magic"
Phil Harnage September 15, 1989 LOZ3
Basketball star Magic Johnson guest stars and shows Mario and Luigi some magic tricks.
11 "The Great BMX Race"
"Mama Mia Mario"
Tony Marino September 18, 1989 109

Mario and Luigi enter a BMX race against Mouser, Tryclyde and a Koopa Troopa so that they can win the prize money. Featured song: Shut Down (The Beach Boys)

Mario and Luigi's mother comes to visit and proves to be a bossy annoyance from start to finish, giving them chore after chore and calling them lazy before they even do some chores. Eventually she leaves after getting a phone call (which in reality was Luigi tricking her) that she won the lottery, but the next visitor proves to be just as bad: Mario and Luigi's Aunt Lugina.
12 "Stars in Their Eyes"
"Alligator Dundee"
Jack Hanrahan and Eleanor Burian-Mohr September 19, 1989 111

Mario's group must free the natives of the planet Quirk from being Koopa's slaves. Featured song: Chains (The Beatles)

Alligator Dundee hunts for an alligator that's stuck in Mario's basement, to the gator's dismay.
13 "Jungle Fever"
Larry Alexander September 20, 1989 115

While venturing through the Amazon Jungle to find a witch doctor, Mario, Luigi and Toad are hit with itching powder. Featured song: Jungle Love (The Time)

As a birthday present from Mario, Luigi gets a free dance lesson from Shabba-Doo.
14 "Brooklyn Bound"
"Cher's Poochie"
J. Larry Carrol and David Bennett Carren September 21, 1989 121

Mario and Luigi meet up with another lost plumber from Brooklyn, who offers them the chance to return home. Featured song: Danger Zone (Kenny Loggins)

Cher (Pam Matteson) asks Mario and Luigi to baby-sit her pooch.
15 "The White Knight"
"Wild Thing"
Bob Forward September 22, 1989 LOZ2
A loud, wild, and uninvited party ensues in the Mario Bros. Plumbing building.
16 "Toad Warriors"
"E.C. The Extra Creepy"
Phil Harnage September 25, 1989 124

Koopa's road gang has stolen all the spaghetti sauce in Car Land, so Mario's group must work to get it back. Episode is based on The Road Warrior. Featured song: Born to Be Wild (Steppenwolf)

Mario's dream date from a computer system turns out to be an alien (Clare Carey).
17 "The Fire of Hercufleas"
"The Marios Fight Back"
Mark McCorkle and Robert Schooley September 26, 1989 117

Mario and Luigi retrain an out-of-shape hero so that he can reclaim the stolen "Great Balls of Fire" from Koopa. Featured song: Great Balls of Fire (Jerry Lee Lewis)

David Horowitz interviews the Mario Bros. on worldwide television after they claim their Mario Bros. Clog Cleaner can dissolve any clog in three minutes or less, but the result is a disaster.
18 "Count Koopula"
Phil Harnage September 27, 1989 114

Mario's group enter a castle in Turtlevania, where Koopa and his minions are all monsters. Episode is based on Count Dracula. Featured song: Thriller (Michael Jackson)

Magician Harry Blackstone Jr. visits Luigi.
19 "Pirates of Koopa"
"Do You Believe in Magic?"
Ted Pedersen September 28, 1989 112

Koopa kidnaps Princess on the high seas so that he can auction her off. Mario, Luigi and Toad must pose as pirates to rescue her. Episode is based on The Pirates of Penzance. Featured song: Limbo Rock (Chubby Checker)

Magic Johnson asks Luigi to repair one of his trophies.
20 "Kiss'N Tell"
"Mommies Curse"
Phil Harnage September 29, 1989 LOZ4
21 "Two Plumbers and a Baby"
"Lost Dog"
Sean Roche and David Ehrman October 2, 1989 110

Princess Toadstool falls into Koopa's Fountain of Youth and turns into a baby. Mario, Luigi and Toad must babysit her until they can get her back to normal. Episode is based on Three Men and a Baby. Featured song: Baby Sittin' Boogie (Buzz Clifford)

Pam Matteson arrives in tears after losing her dog and asks Mario and Luigi to help get it back.
22 "The Adventures of Sherlock Mario"
"Plumbers of the Year"
Perry Martin October 3, 1989 122

Mario becomes a detective to find the missing Herlock Solmes, and to stop Koopa from flooding the city of Victoria. Featured song: Peter Gunn Theme

The Grand Pooba of Plumbing (Marty Allen) arrives to announce Mario and Luigi have been elected Plumbers of the Year, but leaks in the plumbing cause him to want to change his mind.
23 "Do You Princess Toadstool Take This Koopa...?"
"Mario Hillbillies"
J. Larry Carroll and David Bennett Carren October 4, 1989 130

In order to free the Super Mario Bros. and the Mushroom People, Princess Toadstool agrees to marry Koopa, which would make him the legal ruler of the Mushroom Kingdom. Featured song: White Wedding (Billy Idol)

Mario and Luigi's hillbilly cousins make themselves too much at home and end up socializing with a girl named Elli (Donna Douglas).
24 "The Pied Koopa"
"Super Plant"
Phil Harnage October 5, 1989 125

Koopa uses a flute to lure all the children of Pastaland into his castle. Featured song: Hit the Road Jack (Ray Charles)

Mario and Luigi use a plant growing antidote presented by a salesman to use on Mario's mother's dying plant, but it grows into a giant plant monster after Mario adds too much of the antidote.
25 "Sing for the Unicorn"
"Fred Van Winkle"
Bob Forward October 6, 1989 LOZ5
Mario and Luigi teach Fred Van Winkle, who was sleeping for over a century.
26 "Koopenstein"
"Baby Mario Love"
Phil Harnage October 9, 1989 134
Koopa tries to terrorize a mountain town with a robot monster, but winds up turning into a monster himself. Episode is based on Frankenstein. Featured song: Weird Science (Oingo Boingo)
27 "On Her Majesty's Sewer Service"
"9001: A Mario Odyssey"
Tony Marino October 10, 1989 127

Mario and Luigi become spies to save Secret Agent James Blonde from Koopfinger. Episode is based on On Her Majesty's Secret Service. Featured song: Secret Agent Man (Johnny Rivers)

Note: Toad does not appear in this episode.
28 "Mario and Joliet"
"Fake Bro"
Michael A. Medlock and David Tischman October 11, 1989 119

Romano and Joliet are unable to get married due to the feud going on between their fathers, which Koopa secretly started. Episode is based on Romeo and Juliet. Featured song: That's Amore (Dean Martin)

A schemer (Vic Dunlop) in order to get rich quick pretends to be Mario and Luigi's missing brother.
29 "Too Hot to Handle"
"Time Out Luigi"
Peter Norris and Brad Wilson October 12, 1989 120

Koopa and Fryguy use a fake volcano god to trick a tribe of islanders into sacrificing Princess. Featured song: Hot Hot Hot (Buster Poindexter)

Luigi buys a watch that runs backwards from a mysterious salesperson. Soon, he does everything backwards, even eating.
30 "That Sinking Feeling"
"Tutti Frutti, Oh Mario"
Dennis O'Flaherty October 13, 1989 LOZ6
31 "Hooded Robin and His Mario Men"
"Flower Power"
Mark McCorkle and Robert Schooley October 16, 1989 123

Mario's group teams up with Hooded Robin to reclaim all the gold coins that the Sheriff of Koopingham (Koopa) stole from a village. Episode is based on Robin Hood. Featured song: Rockin' Robin (Bobby Day)

A taste of spaghetti sauce with seeds in it causes Luigi to grow fruits and vegetables out of his body.
32 "20,000 Koopas Under the Sea"
"Vampire Until Ready"
J. Larry Carroll and David Bennett Carren October 17, 1989 132
Koopa scares a seaside town into making him their ruler by using a mechanical sea monster to scare them. Episode is based on 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. Featured song: Splish Splash (Bobby Darin)
33 "Mighty McMario and the Pot of Gold"
"Heart Throb"
Brooks Wachtel October 18, 1989 129
Mario and Co. must end a leprechaun's curse of bad luck by retrieving his pot of gold coins that was stolen by Koopa. Featured song: Do You Believe in Magic (The Lovin' Spoonful)
34 "Mario Meets Koop-zilla"
"Fortune Teller"
Perry Martin October 19, 1989 118

After eating Super Sushi, Koopa has grown enormous, and is terrorizing the city of Sayonara. Episode is based on Godzilla. Featured song: The Jolly Green Giant (The Kingsmen)

Mario and Luigi, anxious to find out what prize they won in a sweepstakes, consult a fortune teller (Kay Ballard) for help. Much to their dismay, the fortune teller herself ends up as the prize.
35 "Doppelganger"
"The Magic Love"
Bob Foward and Eve Forward October 20, 1989 LOZ7
36 "Koopa Klaus"
"Little Marios"
Jack Olesker October 23, 1989 140
Koopa kidnaps Santa Claus in order to ruin Christmas, and Princess Toadstool is angry at Toad for seemingly caring about his snowboard more than wanting to save Santa. Featured song: Jingle Bell Rock (Bobby Helms)
37 "Mario and the Red Baron Koopa"
"Gorilla My Dreams"
John Vornholt and Steve Robertson October 24, 1989 128
Mario and Luigi take to the skies to stop Koopa and Lakitu from taking over Pastaland, with the help of a used magic carpet salesman (whom Koopa robbed). Featured song: Danger Zone (Kenny Loggins)
38 "The Unzappables"
"George Washington Slept Here"
Perry Martin October 25, 1989 136
Koopa and his henchmen acquire special hats which render them invulnerable. Featured song: Beat It (Michael Jackson)
39 "Bad Rap"
"Caught in a Draft"
Kevin O'Donnell and Cassandra Schafhausen October 26, 1989 126

Koopa takes over Rapland and hypnotizes everyone into giving him their money. Featured song: I Got You (I Feel Good) (James Brown)

Mario and Luigi discover they've been drafted by the military, and Sgt. Slaughter shows up to train them.
40 "Underworld Connections"
"Defective Gadgetry"
Bob Forward October 27, 1989 LOZ8
41 "The Mark of Zero"
Jack Olesker October 30, 1989 131
A Zorro-esque hero saves Mario's group from Koopa. Mario and Luigi then have to save the mysterious hero from Koopa themselves. Featured song: La Bamba (Ritchie Valens)
42 "The Ten Koopmandments"
"The Artist"
Perry Martin October 31, 1989 141
Koopa has turned almost everyone in Pyramid Land into bricks for his new Koopinx, so Mario's group must find a way to rescue them. Featured song: Walk Like an Egyptian (The Bangles)
43 "The Koopas Are Coming! The Koopas Are Coming!"
"Zenned Out Mario"
Ted Pedersen November 1, 1989 133
Mario and Co help General Washingtoad free his Mushroom People from Koopa's Redcoats. Episode is based on the Paul Revere's ride. Featured song: He's a Rebel (The Crystals)
44 "The Trojan Koopa"
"Texas Tea"
Mark McCorkle and Robert Schooley November 2, 1989 137
When Mario, Luigi and Toad are unable to rescue Princess Toadstool from Koopa and the Hammer Brothers, they try to fool him with a Koopa-shaped Trojan Horse. Featured song: I Hear You Knocking (Dave Edmunds)
45 "Stinging a Stinger"
"The Great Hereafter"
Bob Forward November 3, 1989 LOZ9
46 "Quest for Pizza"
"The Painting"
Martha Moran November 6, 1989 135

When Mario gets bitten by a venomous snake in Cavemanland, Luigi, Princess Toadstool and Toad learn that the only way to save him is to feed him a pizza, which they must make from scratch. Featured song: Alley Oop (The Hollywood Argyles)

Mario and Luigi find a lost painting.
47 "The Great Gold Coin Rush"
"Game Show Host"
J. Larry Carroll and David Bennett Carren November 7, 1989 143

When Mario's group accidentally discovers a cavern full of gold coins, Koopa finds out and forces the local villagers and Toad to mine them all for himself. Featured song: Money (That's What I Want) (Barrett Strong)

Game show host Jim Lange comes to visit after a bonk on Luigi's head (from the furnance) leads him to start acting like a game show host.
48 "Elvin Lives"
"Home Radio"
J. Larry Carroll and David Bennett Carren November 8, 1989 139
While trying to find the missing Elvin Parsley, Koopa kidnaps Princess Toadstool and forces her to be his girlfriend. Featured song: Rock Around the Clock (Bill Haley & His Comets)
49 "Plummers Academy"
Martha Moran November 9, 1989 146

Mario retells the story of how he and Luigi became plumbers back in Brooklyn. Featured song: Workin' for a Livin' (Huey Lewis and the News)

Note: A police officer tells Mario and Luigi that the President of the US is meeting with the Head of Russia. Ironically, the day the episode aired was also the day the Berlin Wall fell.
50 "Hitch in the Works"
"Treasure of the Sierra Brooklyn"
Bob Forward November 10, 1989 LOZ11
51 "Karate Koopa"
"Adee Don't"
David Schwartz November 13, 1989 138
When Koopa kidnaps Princess Toadstool and Toad, Mario and Luigi turn to a karate master for help. Featured song: Kung Fu Fighting (Carl Douglas)
52 "Mario of the Apes"
"Chippie Chipmunks"
Mark McCorkle and Robert Schooley November 14, 1989 144
Mario suffers from amnesia, and is convinced by an ape couple that he is their child.
53 "Princess, I Shrunk the Mario Brothers"
"A Basement Divided"
J. Larry Carroll and David Bennett Carren November 15, 1989 147
A wizard's potion intended to shrink Koopa is spilled by Toad, and ends up shrinking the Super Mario Bros instead. Episode is based on Honey, I Shrunk the Kids.
54 "Little Red Riding Princess"
"No Way to Treat a Queenie"
Jack Olesker November 16, 1989 152
Peach is delivering a basket of cake, soup and apple cider to Grandma Toadstool. But she is pursued by both Koopa and the Big Bad Wolf. Episode is based on Little Red Riding Hood.
55 "Fairies in the Spring"
"Pizza Crush"
Bob Forward and Marsha Forward November 17, 1989 LOZ12
56 "The Provolone Ranger"
"Goodbye Mr. Fish"
Mark McCorkle and Robert Schooley November 20, 1989 142

When Koopa kidnaps Luigi, Princess Toadstool and Toad in Sudden Death Valley, Mario becomes the Provolone Ranger in order to save them. Episode is based on The Lone Ranger.

Mario and Luigi must babysit a fish for a fox hunter (Nedra Volz).
57 "Escape from Koopatraz"
Phil Harnage November 21, 1989 151
Posing as a judge, Koopa sentences Mario and Co to the prison of Koopatraz, where he is also the warden. Toad also finds his long lost grandfather. Episode is based on Escape from Alcatraz.
58 "Mario of the Deep"
"Two Bums from Brooklyn"
Perry Martin November 22, 1989 116

Mario's group tries to save Aqualand from Koopa's reign.

Baseball manager Tummy Lasanga (a parody of Tommy Lasorda, played by Joe Bellan) arrives to sample Mario's meatballs for his restaurant and hires the Marios to sell peanuts at the ballpark.
59 "Flatbush Koopa"
Martha Moran November 23, 1989 148
Mario and Luigi finally return to Brooklyn, only to learn that Koopa is taking over the city.
60 "The Missing Link"
"Tutti Frutti Mario"
Bob Forward November 24, 1989 LOZ13
Link becomes inivisible after a blow by Ganon.
61 "Raiders of the Lost Mushroom"
"Cyrano de Mario"
Perry Martin November 27, 1989 149

Mario and Co team up with the faceless Indiana Joe to try and recover a statue known as the Lost Mushroom. Episode is based on Raiders of the Lost Ark.

A letter from an old friend (Vanna White) convinces Mario that she intends to marry him, but she reveals later on she just wanted her bathtub fixed. Luigi, meanwhile, hides in the bathtub pretending he's sick so that he won't embarrass Mario or the girl.
62 "Crocodile Mario"
"Rowdy Roddy's Rotten Pipes"
David Schwartz November 28, 1989 145
When Koopa steals a town's magical statue that repels crocodiles, Mario and Luigi must retrieve it. Episode on based on Crocodile Dundee.
63 "Star Koopa"
"Santa Claus Is Coming to Flatbush"
Phil Harnage November 29, 1989 150
Mario's group has to stop Koopa before he destroys the planet of a Mushroom space colony. Episode is based on Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.
64 "Robo Koopa"
"Captain Lou Is Missing"
Kevin O'Donnell and Cassandra Schafhausen November 30, 1989 113

Koopa uses a robo suit to kidnap Princess Toadstool and Toad. The suit's inventor then builds Mario and Luigi a suit of their own so they can fight Koopa. Episode is based on RoboCop.

Cyndi Lauper, waiting to go on a picnic with Captain Lou Albano, gets a note from him with an important part of the note accidentally torn out. This leads her to think he dumped her, when in fact, he just went for some chicken.
65 "The Moblins Are Revolting"
"The Ghoul of My Dreams"
Eve Forward December 1, 1989 LOZ10

As seen above, the thirteen episode series, The Legend of Zelda, was aired with the live-action Mario Bros. Plumbing segments on Fridays. The above production codes for these episodes (ex: LOZ3) are in the order the episodes were produced, but the actual codes used during production are unknown.

  • Slime Busters (aired with "The Ringer")
  • Magic's Magic (aired with "Cold Spells")
  • Wild Thing (aired with "The White Knight")
  • Mommies Curse (aired with "Kiss’N Tell")
  • Fred Van Winkle (aired with "Sing for the Unicorn")
  • Tutti Frutti, Oh Mario (aired with "That Sinking Feeling")
  • The Magic Love (aired with "Doppelganger")
  • Defective Gadgetry (aired with "Underworld Connections")
  • The Great Hereafter (aired with "Stinging a Stinger")
  • Treasure of the Sierra Brooklyn (aired with "Hitch in the Works")
  • Pizza Crush (aired with "Fairies in the Spring")
  • Tutti Frutti Mario (aired with "The Missing Link")
  • The Ghoul of My Dreams (aired with "The Moblins Are Revolting")

The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3[edit]

Note that Princess and Toad are absent for episodes 12, 14, 17, 19, and 20. Mario was also absent for episode 20.

Ep# Title Written by Original air date Production code
1 "Sneaky Lying Cheating Giant Ninja Koopas" Reed Shelly and Bruce Shelly September 8, 1990 101a
Koopa turns Kooky, Bully, Big Mouth, and Cheatsy into gigantic ninjas to apprehend Prince Hugo of Giant Land.
Note: In this episode, when he is in a cage, Luigi's clothes are colored red by mistake.
2 "Reptiles in the Rose Garden" Reed Shelly and Bruce Shelly September 8, 1990 101b
Koopa warps the White House, along with the President and the First Lady, to his castle and makes Kootie Pie Empress of America.
3 "Mind Your Mummy Mommy, Mario" Matt Uitz September 15, 1990 102a
Hip and Hop kidnap the sarcophagus of a prince whom Mario resembles. Their actions awaken the prince's mother, who believes Mario is her son. Featured song: Wipe Out (The Surfaris)
4 "The Beauty of Kootie" Doug Booth September 15, 1990 102b
While stealing oil from the sultan of Desert Hill, Cheatsy turns Kootie Pie into a human so she can fool Mario. Featured song: Slippin' and Slidin' (Little Richard)
5 "Princess Toadstool for President" Matt Uitz September 22, 1990 103a
When Princess Toadstool challenges Koopa to an election over leadership of the Mushroom Kingdom, Kooky uses a nice guy potion on Koopa to make all the voters like him. Featured song: Great Balls of Fire (Jerry Lee Lewis)
6 "Never Koop a Koopa" Martha Moran September 22, 1990 103b
In order to show Cheatsy how to be just as rotten as he is, Koopa lures Mario and friends to his castle and threatens to blow them up using a big army of Bomb-Ombs.
7 "Reign Storm" Ted Pedersen and Steve Hayes September 29, 1990 104a
When Princess Toadstool and Toad take a vacation in Hawaii, Kooky uses a robot princess to try and take over the Mushroom Kingdom. Featured song: Girls Just Want to Have Fun (Cyndi Lauper)
8 "Toddler Terrors of Time Travel" Rowby Goren September 29, 1990 104b
Kooky and Koopa try to go back in time to stop the Super Mario Bros. from ever going down the drain in Brooklyn, but their plan backfires, turning them all into babies. Featured song: Baby Chase (a slightly altered version of Baby Face by Jan Garber)
9 "Dadzilla" Martha Moran October 6, 1990 105a
Fed up with Koopa's ways, Kootie Pie and Big Mouth bring a Hollywood movie monster to life and convince him he's their real dad.
10 "Tag Team Trouble" Martha Moran October 6, 1990 105b
Mario and Luigi enter a wrestling match so they can give the prize money to Toad to make up for a donation to the Mushroom Orphanage he believes he lost.
11 "Oh, Brother!" Perry Martin October 13, 1990 106a
When Mario and Luigi get fed up with each other, Luigi soon finds himself having to save his brother from Koopa and Kooky.
12 "Misadventure of Mighty Plumber" Michael Maurer October 13, 1990 106b
Koopa brings TV hero Mighty Plumber to life and tricks him into robbing the Pipe Land Treasury.
13 "A Toadally Magical Adventure" Doug Booth October 20, 1990 107a
Toad loses a magic wand to the Koopas.
14 "Misadventures in Babysitting" Doug Booth October 20, 1990 107b
Mario and Luigi wind up babysitting a brat from Brooklyn who finds his way into the Mushroom Kingdom.
15 "Do the Koopa" Phil Harnage October 27, 1990 108a
Mario, Luigi, Toad, and Princess Toadstool seek the Doom Dancer Music Box in Koopa's Castle, but when the Koopas find out, they go after it themselves.
16 "Kootie Pie Rocks" Phil Harnage and Martha Moran October 27, 1990 108b
Koopa kidnaps Milli Vanilli and forces them to perform exclusively for Kootie Pie.
Note: This episode originally featured songs by Milli Vanilli, but later releases replace it with the Mega Move.; the Featured songs are Blame It On The Rain & Girl You Know It's True
17 "Mush-Rumors" Lee Schneider November 3, 1990 109a
When a Real World family drives into the Mushroom Kingdom, the Mushroom People and the Koopas mistake them for aliens.
18 "The Ugly Mermaid" Sean Roche and Perry Martin November 3, 1990 109b
While wearing a Frog Suit, Mario almost drowns, but he is saved by Holly Mackerel, a mermaid princess. Holly falls in love with Mario and tries to marry him.
19 "Crimes R Us" Heidi Holicker and Rick Holicker November 10, 1990 110a
Koopa recruits a criminal from the Real World to teach the Koopalings how to commit crimes.
20 "Life's Ruff" Martha Moran November 10, 1990 110b
Hip and Hop turn Luigi and the King of Ice Land into dogs and run off to cause mayhem in Florida.
Note: This is the only episode of the three DIC Mario shows in which Mario himself is absent.
21 "Up, Up, and a Koopa" Rowby Goren November 17, 1990 111a
Kooky uses his new "Raiser Upper" machine to levitate everything in the Mushroom Kingdom to the sky.
Note: In this episode, it's Princess Toadstool and Toad to the rescue, rather than the other way around.
22 "7 Continents for 7 Koopas" Perry Martin November 17, 1990 111b
After trapping the Super Mario Bros. and Toad in the Mushroom World, Koopa orders his kids each to take over one of Earth's seven continents.
23 "True Colors" Steve Fischer November 24, 1990 112a
Kooky and Cheatsy use a special paint to turn all the Mushroom People either red or blue and trick the two colors into hating each other.
24 "Recycled Koopa" David Ehrman and Sean Roche November 24, 1990 112b
When the Koopalings can't get away with dumping their trash in the Mushroom Kingdom, they warp it all to Brooklyn. The Koopa garbage is turning the citizens into "Koopa Zombies", so Mario and Luigi must figure out a way to recycle it all and stop Koopa from turning Brooklyn into "Kooplyn".
25 "The Venice Menace" Matt Uitz December 1, 1990 113a
Koopa and Kootie Pie terrorize Venice with the Doomsub to warp the city to Koopa's castle and turn it into a water park for Kootie Pie.
26 "Super Koopa" Doug Booth December 1, 1990 113b
Kooky creates a pendant that grants Koopa the Super Mario Bros.' powers, but it only works in the Real World. Koopa kidnaps Luigi to lure the others to Paris to defeat them.
  • – During some countries or syndication airings, these are aired opposite than when they originally aired.

Super Mario World[edit]

These episodes are listed in the original US order rather than the production order or the Captain N: The Game Master production order which aired alongside Super Mario World.

Ep# Title Written by Original air date Production code
1 "Fire Sale" Brooks Wachtel September 28, 1991 101
Kootie Pie kidnaps Mama Fireplant to heat up her ice palace.
Absent: King Koopa
2 "The Wheel Thing" Jack Hanrahan and Eleanor Burian-Mohr October 5, 1991 102
Mario reinvents cars for the cave people, but it really only leads to traffic jams, and an surprise attack by Kooky and King Koopa.
3 "Send in the Clown" Martha Moran October 12, 1991 103
King Koopa, Big Mouth and Kootie Pie host a circus to lure all of the cave people into their trap.
4 "Ghosts 'R' Us" Perry Martin October 19, 1991 104
When a Magikoopa abducts Mario, Luigi, Princess Toadstool and Oogtar, Yoshi must brave a haunted forest to rescue them.
5 "King Scoopa Koopa" Phil Harnage October 26, 1991 105
Luigi, Yoshi and the cave people get addicted to eating Koopa's new fast food, which gives them unwanted side effects.
6 "The Night Before Cave Christmas" Martha Moran, and Phil Harnage (story) November 2, 1991 106
Mario and Luigi introduce Christmas to the cave people in order to encourage kindness, but King Koopa steals all of Santa Mario's toys.
7 "Born to Ride" Paul Dell and Steven Weiss November 9, 1991 107
After getting scolded by Mario and Luigi, Yoshi joins up with an evil dinosaur biker gang. But Yoshi tells Mario, Luigi and Toadstool that he is joining a social group, not a gang.
Absent: King Koopa
8 "Party Line" Phil Harnage and Frank Ridgeway November 30, 1991 108
Mario reinvents the telephone for the cave people, but they soon find themselves talking on the phone too much.
9 "Gopher Bash" Brooks Wachtel December 7, 1991 109
When Luigi teaches the cave people how to grow their own crops, Cheatsy gets a group of Monty Moles to steal them.
10 "Rock TV" George Shea December 14, 1991 110
Koopa sells TV sets to the cave people. The TV sets are really just Koopa's plan to hypnotize viewers into capturing the Super Mario Bros.
11 "The Yoshi Shuffle" Kristofor Brown December 21, 1991 111
A Koopa wizard turns Luigi into an egg which Bully and Cheatsy steal.
12 "A Little Learning" Martha Moran January 4, 1992 112
Hip and Hop enroll themselves in Princess Toadstool's kindergarten, much to everyone else's surprise.
13 "Mama Luigi" Phil Harnage January 11, 1992 113
Luigi tells Yoshi a bedtime story about when he went to Dinosaur World on a holiday and found Yoshi.
Note: The quotes "That's Mama Luigi to you, Mario," and "Bagel" have become popular on famous video sharing website YouTube and used various mashup videos.