I found this on IMDB:|
"When any of the following common events occur during an episode of the "Super Mario Bros Super Show", take one sip or eat a piece of candy:
*Mario eats (in the cartoon or in live-action).
*Luigi chickens out.
*The Princess expresses deep concern for someone or something.
*Toad makes a joke.
*Toad squeaks when struck, squeezed, or falling to the ground.
*Toad displays a short temper or is otherwise a loose cannon.
*Live-action Mario and Luigi make complete fools of themselves in front of the guest stars.
*King Koopa assumes an alter-ego with costume.
*Mouser is Koopa's second-in-command.
*The Koopa Troopas screw up royally.
*An obscure pop-culture reference appears.
*The good guys exclaim in unison an enemy or danger that they encounter (i.e. "It's a Cobrat!", "It's a Fryguy!"
*King Koopa monologues or laughs evilly.
*King Koopa hurls plumbing or pasta-related insults towards the Mario brothers (two if the insults come from Koopa's henchmen).
*King Koopa and his henchmen use plumbing or pasta-related euphemisms to death and killing the good guys.
*The Mario brothers use plumbing tools (plungers and drain-snakes) as weapons.
*The Mario brothers use plumbing or food-related interjections ("Holy ravioli!" "Sufferin' spumoni!"
*The Mario brothers use plumbing or pasta-related metaphors.
*The Mario brothers use a power-up to defeat Koopa and his army.
*The good guys toss vegetables (or anything else) at the bad guys.
*King Koopa uses a warp zone to escape.
*An animation error is observed.
*The episode ends with everyone laughing.
*The episode ends with Mario eating.
*Link says "Excuuuuuuuuse me, Princess!" in the Legend of Zelda preview scenes.
These occur less frequently. Take two sips or eat two pieces of candy when:
*The Princess is actually kidnapped by Koopa and is the subject of rescue (believe it or not, this is not too common in SMBSS).
*The Princess or Toad uses a power-up to defeat the bad guys.
*Toad removes his "cap".
*A cartoon is not based on anything pop-culture.
*The good guys do not use power-ups to defeat Koopa or his henchmen.
*Someone other than Mario or Luigi saves the day (take one more sip if it's a one-shot character).
*A relative of any of the main characters, including King Koopa, appears.
*Any character, good or bad, cross-dresses.
*Any of the good guys appear in a different costume (as opposed to the bad guys, who appear in different costumes almost every episode).
*King Koopa is not the main antagonist of an episode.
*King Koopa does not assume an alter-ego.
*King Koopa argues or tussles with another villain.
*When enemies other than Mouser, the Shy Guys, and the Koopa Troopas appear in an episode.
*Guest stars in the live-action episodes are never seen in person (but in full-body costume).
*An alcoholic reference appears, albeit changed.
*Mario says "Cooper" instead of "Koopa".
*A dated reference or technology is mentioned or shown (i.e. car phones and the USSR).
*A voicing error is observed.
*No incidental music plays over a scene.
*Incidental music not based on a Super Mario Bros. theme plays.
When any of these extremely rare events occur, take a big swig or eat a handful of candy:
*Any character in the cartoon, good or bad, breaks the fourth wall.
*An episode takes place in outer space.
*One live-action Mario brother kisses the other on the cheek (it's an European tradition).
*Live-action Luigi is referred to as "Luigi Mario".
*When the characters forget that they can swim underwater.
*Mario actually refuses food.
*Toad does not squeak when hit, squeezed, or falls to the ground.
*King Koopa does not appear in an episode (happens once).
*An episode takes place in the real-world Earth.
*A live-action episode does not have a guest star.
*King Koopa refers to the good guys by their actual names.
*The good guys don't defeat King Koopa in the end (happens once).
*King Koopa comes close to actually killing any of the good guys.
*Mario has a secondary role in an episode.
*Celebrities or other non-Mario-universe fictional characters are referred to by their actual names instead of parodies of their names.
*A subtle sexual innuendo is heard or observed.
*A trademarked brand name is mentioned (Drano).
*When an episode exhibits a semblance of continuity with an earlier episode. "
You'd probably be dead by the end of an episode, and that's if you watch a *good* one.
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