This is the Fractured.. I mean Featured Article for the month of September 2013.
UH-OH! RED LINKS EVERYWHERE! Either Luigi spilled spaghetti on it, this page doesn't exist yet or this is a ketchup invasion. Well, either way, you can help! Just click on a red link to make a SUPAH COOLIO PAGE! But not the blue ones. Those go to actual existent pages. Have fun.
The Mario Show is a random and awesome show with thousands of episdoes on the awesome Matt TV, and it airs on the Mario-Sonic Channel from February 1, 2014, as well as Epic Random TV from July 4, 2014. It has scripts created by the many users of the wiki, such as Matt, Greatlegoman29, and Firefly233. You can write as many scripts as you want. Just make sure to start with "Example is an episode of The Mario Show." with a link to this page. Background info can be added if you like, then start a new section with the random SCRIPT! Remember to put a new link for every new character introduced.The Mario Show premeired on November 4, 2012, to launch the Matt11111 Channel, along with Nerds! immediately following, which was nowhere near as successful. The show is rated TV-G, and everyone watches it, because the show is epic. Rawr. Note: Bold marks the most recent episode of The Mario Show.
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The Mario Show started production in February 2012, but traces of the show's conception date back as far as August 2009. The show was abandoned from that month, but did not get recognized until September 2011, when this show's first season was ordered. The production stalled, due to clamor over writing, but it was then decided that the people of the internet could all partake in this.
Production on that season went well, until May 2012 (when it was originally expected to air), set back the first season to November, even though all but one episode (Episode 1x09: Luigi, shut the ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffront door.) was finished. Even due to a clamor about that, they ordered the second season in August and continued on, while the aforementioned episode was only finished a week before airing. The third season was then ordered in December, the fourth in February, fifth in March, sixth in August, seventh in October, eighth in December, and the ninth in February. The tenth season and onwards have yet to be ordered, but the writing is underway.
The Internet methodEdit
As mentioned, Internet users could partake in writing, so in order to do that, one comes to this page, adds their episode idea to the page, an air date, and then they click on the red link that they made, and they continue writing the script.
Since all people can partake in this, there have been many improvements to the scripts, but there are over 400 of them.
New theme song coming soon.
This is an unfinished list. :)
- Koopa Troopa
- Herp and Derp
- Bowser Jr.
- Mr. Bollox
- Mr. Marlio
- Mr. Bollox's mom
- Mr. Bollox's dad
- Timmy Turner
- Mr. Turner
- Mrs. Turner
- Cosmo Cosma
- Wanda Fairywinkle-Cosma
- Poof Fairywinkle-Cosma
- Donkey Kong
- Diddy Kong
- Dixie Kong
- Funky Kong
- Tiny Kong
- Baby Mario
- Baby Luigi
- Baby Peach
- Baby Daisy
- Chef Peepee
- Chef G
- Phil Random
- Random Guy
- Amy Rose
- Baby Wario
- Baby Waluigi
- Baby Wapeach
- Baby Wadaisy
- Mr. Goodman
- Shy Guy
- Grandma Bollox
- Talking Car
- Cody the Magikoopa
- Spike's mom
- Jake from State Farm
The Mario Show has had over 2,000 episodes in over 50 kinda successful seasons. For the most part, the episodes are unrelated, but some seasons contain a story arc of some sort, and not always in consecutive episodes. Examples of these include the two All Letter Seasons, Episodes 1-10, Awesome Random Inc., Super Mario Preschool, Super Mario High School, Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxy.
- One episode, I Wanna Blow Up Because I'll Always Be Back in The Next Episode., proves that on TV, a character that explodes (Wario, Waluigi, and Daisy) will always come back in the next episode. One 13-year-old noob tried to do that, but he was too stupid to realize it'll only work on television. His parents are disappointed at that.
- There is an episode called Eat My Shorts that actually takes the name from a show on the UnMario Wiki called The Super Wario Bros. Wah-wah Show!. It was a red link, and Matt created the episode. It was later expanded by sonnyb123 and it is a part of the Eat My series.
- Differences include that Toad gets the shorts in the mail instead of Wario, and he gets chicken shorts. Wario got pork.
- An episode called Seahawks or Broncos aired 5 years after Super Bowl XLVIII, but Matt wrote it two days before.
- When there are four episodes that are related to each other, they premeire at 8 from Monday thru Thursday, then a marathon of the episodes airs on Friday of that week from 8 to 10 p.m.
- The show doesn't have much of a structured plot, you know, due to the internet method, but that's all right. People do this to have fun!
- On a normal basis, there are a lot of pairs or groups of characters that appear more frequently than others. For example, many episodes with Waluigi also include Wario.
- Even though some episodes are released in the far future and still appear today, they're avaliable on the internet before TV.
- There is a 21-episode story arc in season 38 where Wario, Waluigi, and Mario get jobs at Awesome Random Inc. before quitting, and this is one of the longest story arcs in the series.
The Mario Show has been picked up for 2000 episodes, and is expected to continue to 3400.
Mario Show Crashed makes the Mario Show even funnier. Please note that the episodes of Mario Show Crashed are based off of episodes, but they will be totally out of order.
Mr. Bollox and Mr. Marlio Show is a show that focuses on the two commercial mushrooms you saw in the show.
Spike's Mom Show stars Spike's mom after complaining about her son having an episode on TV before her.
Each Mario Show season has its own DVD! How awesome is that? Once these scripts are written, the DVD's will be complete. These are the dates for each release!
- The Mario Show Complete First Season - February 9, 2014 (15 episodes) (special features: BuzzFeedPop video to see how much you know about Mario)
- The Mario Show Complete SECOND Season - June 9, 2014 (19 episodes)
- The Mario Show Complete Third Season - December 1, 2014 (22 episodes)
- The Mario Show Complete Fourth Season - April 18, 2015 (25 episodes, noticing a trend?)
- The Mario Show Complete Fifth Season - August 2, 2015 (22 episodes, whatever trend you noticed is gone. It is released on Firefly233's birthday)
- The Mario Show Complete Sixth Season - November 3, 2015 (26 episodes, released on Matt11111's birthday)
- The Mario Show Complete Seventh Season - March 26, 2016 (19 episodes)
- The Mario Show Complete Eighth Season - June 9, 2016 (20 episodes)
- The Mario Show Complete Ninth Season - October 19, 2016 (33 episodes)
- The Mario Show Complete Tenth Season - January 4, 2017 (40 episodes, wow!)
- The Mario Show Complete Eleventh Season - April 29, 2017 (30 episodes, cool!)
- The Mario Show Complete Twelfth Season - September 1, 2017 (44 episodes, wowowowow!)
- The Mario Show Complete Thirteenth Season - TBA (20 episodes)
- The Mario Show Complete Fourteenth Season - TBA (46 episodes)
- The Mario Show Complete Fifteenth Season - TBA (22 episodes)
- The Mario Show Complete Sixteenth Season - TBA (50 episodes)
- The Mario Show Season 17: Volume 1 - TBA (episodes 1-25)
- The Mario Show Season 17: Volume 2 (episodes 26-40) (bundle of both Season 17 volumes for only 6 dollars)
- The Mario Show Complete 18th Season - TBA (23 episodes)
- The Mario Show Complete 19th Season - TBA (26 episodes)
- The Mario Show Complete 20th Season - TBA (31 episodes)
- The Mario Show Complete 21st Season - TBA (19 episodes)
- The Mario Show Complete 22nd Season - TBA (31 episodes)
- The Mario Show Complete 23rd Season - TBA (19 episodes)
- The Mario Show Complete 24th Season - TBA (23 episodes)
- The Mario Show Complete 25th Season - TBA (26 episodes)
- The Mario Show Complete 26th Season - TBA (23 episodes)
- The Mario Show Complete 27th Season - TBA (22 episodes)
- The Mario Show Complete 28th Season - TBA (30 episodes)
- The Mario Show Complete 29th Season - TBA (23 episodes)
- The Mario Show Complete 30th Season - TBA (60 episodes)
- The Mario Show Complete 31st Season - TBA (60 episodes)
- The Mario Show Complete 32nd Season - TBA (20 episodes)
- The Mario Show Complete 33rd Season - TBA (?? episodes)
- The Best of Wario and Waluigi (DVD) - December 2, 2014 (features content from The Mario Show, Wario's Brand New Show, and Waluigi's World, episodes to be announced)
- The Best of Mr. Bollox and Friends (DVD) - February 17, 2015
- Super Mario Preschool (DVD) - May 20, 2014 (all 5 Super Mario Preschool episodes)
- Super Random DVD - TBA
- The Ultimate Random Package!
- The Mario Show Complete Series - TBA (will include every episode ever made)
Season 1 glued everyone to the TV when it was on. Season 2 got props for diversity. Season 3 added more variety and everyone watched it. As the series progressed, everybody in the world watched at least one second.
Overall, the series got an 100000 out of 10.