|Stupid Mario Brothers|
|Season 4, Episode 56|
|Air date||April 8, 2011|
|Written by||Rich Alvarez|
|Directed by||Rich Alvarez|
"The Truth About Blaire Vherestorm!"
What is the real goal of the Trifecta?
Meanwhile with the Trifecta (and a ninja), Liquid once again tries to take control of the Trifecta, but Blaire stops him. Blare then reveals in flashback that he had convinced Liquid and Ken to join him. As well that he is working for a higher power who is unknown but has told him everything that is to come.
He convinced Liquid by revealing he poisoned Snake's FOXDIE Chocolates intending to kill him, (This would of course fail as Pauline would end up taking them) and that he would give him the permanent cure of FOXDIE. Liquid agrees to join as long as he can have his chocolates. Ken is much easier, with Blare promising him $10,000 and Chun-Li's head on a stick.
It then cuts to present day where the Trifecta realize the training has begun. The group train through holding their legs up, taking 20 Red Bulls while not going to the toilet, and not sleeping for 3 days. Ness doubts this training will work, but Ryu claims it will.
Meanwhile, Wario is on the truck pretending his hand is Waluigi with his hat on. As he is talking to himself, he is met by Mona (who got his letter), wanting to hang out. Wario is happy with this and after catching up, they proceed to go eat. Donkey Kong then comes up and plays with Waluigi's hat.
Elsewhere, Brock and Gary are still with Professor Oak. Their second task is stealing lunch money from children (they stole $16.50). However, the two doubt the professor is serious about this and he informs them that their final task is to come and it will be dangerous and not for the fainthearted. Brock and Gary ask what it is and Oak reveals it is waxing his back, which disgusts them.
- Donkey Kong
- Solid Snake
- Gary Oak
- Professor Oak
- Liquid Snake
- Blaire Vherestorm
- The line "I think we should go north east!" used by Wario pretending to be Waluigi is a reference to a line in Arthur vs. the Druids vs. the Grail, where a broomstick is used to pose as Doug Orofino.