Your Vacation is Over! Edit
Wario attempts to get the Mario Brothers to come back to the mushroom kingdom with him, but the Mario Brothers refuse to go with him. They are able to escape his lair by outsmarting Wario, but he vows to get them back.
Luigi stays with Wario Edit
When Mario goes too far with his bragging, Luigi decides to stay with Wario and eventually return to the Mushroom Kingdom with him. For some reason though, Wario never takes him back to the mushroom kingdom, and they stay at his house for a while. In the short time spent with Wario, Luigi wants to go do fun things that Mario and him would usually do, but Wario refuses, saying he'd rather stay inside his lair. Finally fed up with his constant activity suggestions, Wario tells Luigi to leave and go back to Mario saying, "I'll get you back later when I feel like it...weeah!".
Life at Wario's Lair Edit
Wario then spends time at his house watching bad movies like the golden compass. When Waluigi teams up with him, they often spend time scheming, as well as hiding when they steal from others, like when they stole Donkey Kong's Bananas.
Lair abandoned Edit
Eventually, Wario's House disappears from the series, with the room used to film the location being used as Mario's bedroom. Wario and Waluigi are exclusively seen outside for the rest of the series, with no explanation given to why they no longer appear in Wario's House.
Lair Not abandoned AnymoreEdit
Wario has recently been seen in his lair in Act I Part 1 of The Stupid Mario Brothers Movie. It is only shown at the begining before Mario, Luigi and Wario start to dance around town.
Wario and Waluigi are seen discussing a time Wario encountered Roy from Fire Emblem. When Waluigi asks what happened to Roy, Wario says that someone named Ike took his place. They later have a singing competition which Waluigi wins after their DSs get stolen. This is the last time Wario's House appears for the rest of the series.