|Stupid Mario Brothers|
|Season 4, Episode 50|
|Air date||February 24, 2011|
|Written by||Rich Alvarez|
|Directed by||Rich Alvarez|
"A Huge Payne"
A Poker Game, An Aging Man, And Apples!
Mario is met by Solid Snake, who is demanding to get his money, stating that the aging process has begun and he is already going blind in one eye. Mario promises to get the money and Snake leaves. Then Mario goes up to Luigi, who was hiding in fear and suggests attending a Poker Tournament where the money won could be given to Snake. Then Wario comes in and suggests he and Luigi attend the tournament. Mario agrees to this and Luigi and Wario leave.
Eventually, Luigi and Wario arrive at the Tournament and start going through several rounds repeatedly. Although Wario performs badly, he eventually wins the money worth $10,000 because of a royal flush and the fact that he and two of the players bet all of their chips. However, one of the players accuses him of cheating and then he and another player get into a fight, in which they end up killing each other.
Ness tries out eating an apple, but it doesn't work. He accepts himself as a normal child and proceeds to watch SpongeBob SquarePants.
Later, Luigi and Wario are in their car and give Mario a call, telling him they have the money. Then Mario calls Snake tells him to come in 10 minutes. However, Luigi and Wario are pulled over by Max Payne, who takes their money as it turns out to be illegal. They quickly call Mario and tell him about the situation, which makes him freak out as Snake would be there any moment. Eventually, Snake arrives and, upon finding out that Mario doesn't have the money, promptly punches him in the face in anger.
- Rich Alvarez as Mario
- Chris Muller as Luigi
- Matt Provencal as Wario
- Kevin Chamberlain as Yoshi (as Kazumi Totaka)
- Julian Petruzzelli as Solid Snake / Max Payne
- Tim Muller as Ness
- Doug Orofino as Drake Saint Jupiter III
- Christian Arista as Cowboy Poker Player
- Matthew Howlett as Old Shoe
- Eric Porter as Sophisticated Poker Player
- Luigi claims that he is great at poker. However, he folds every round.