Captain N & the Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3

Season 1 Episode 8

Do The Koopa / Kootie Pie Rocks

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Aired Unknown Oct 27, 1990 on NBC
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Do The Koopa / Kootie Pie Rocks
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Do The Koopa
Luigi and Princess Toadstool find a map leading to the Doom Dancer Music Box. Except for the one controlling it, almost no one can resist dancing when it is playing. This seems like a perfect defense against the Koopas, but it is hidden in Darkland's Temple of Gloom. Even worse, Mario, Luigi, Toad and Princess Toadstool's arrival doesn't go unnoticed. While the four do all the work to find the Doom Dancer Music Box, Big Mouth, Cheatsy and Bully lay a trap to steal it. Though Bully even hopes to use it in a takeover, King Koopa is too sick to hear virtually anything. That allows King Koopa to take the lever – meaning "Do the Koopa" will be the only thing the Doom Dancer Music Box plays.

Kootie Pie Rocks
With the Mario Bros. and Toad in tow, Princess Toadstool plans to attend a Milli Vanilli concert in New York City. Having spied on them, Cheatsy reports their activities and Kootie Pie – being a Milli Vanilli fan herself – is very upset. To keep her calm, King Koopa and Cheatsy kidnap Milli Vanilli during their concert. The two musicians have little choice but to keep Kootie Pie happy in a never-ending private concert. Can Mario and company foil the Koopas and get Milli Vanilli back to their concert?moreless

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Tony Rosato

Tony Rosato

voice of Luigi

Harvey Atkin

Harvey Atkin

voice of King Koopa

Walker Boone

Walker Boone

voice of Mario

Tara Strong

Tara Strong

voice of Hip Koopa / Hop Koopa

Greg Morton

Greg Morton

Additional Voices

Stuart Stone

Stuart Stone

Additional Voices

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