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Reptiles in the Rose Garden 

When Kootie Pie whines that she did not have enough presents on her birthday, King Koopa takes the White House to the Mushroom Kingdom so Kootie Pie can be empress of America which Mario and friends must save the president.

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Walker Boone ...
Mario (voice)
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Luigi (voice)
Tracey Moore ...
Princess Toadstool (voice)
John Stocker ...
Toad (voice)
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King Koopa (voice)
Dan Hennessey ...
Bully Koopa / Additional Voices
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Big Mouth Koopa / Additional Voices (voice)
Michael Stark ...
Kooky von Koopa / Additional Voices
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Princess Zelda (voice) (as Cyndy Preston) (credit only)
James Rankin ...
Cheatsy Koopa / Additional Voices
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Kootie Pie Koopa (voice) (as Paulina Gillis)
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Additional Voices
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Hip Koopa / Hop Koopa (voice) (as Tara Charendoff) (credit only)
Bonnie Brooks ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Rod Coneybeare ...
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When Kootie Pie whines that she did not have enough presents on her birthday, King Koopa takes the White House to the Mushroom Kingdom so Kootie Pie can be empress of America which Mario and friends must save the president.

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8 September 1990 (USA)  »

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Some of the background music used in this episode is slightly different in terms of instruments and pitch compared to the other episodes in the series. See more »

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The princess with Toad and Luigi arrive at the entrance to the white house on a boat. In another shot, the boat is further away from the entrance. See more »

Quotes

Luigi: How can we help America when we can't even help ourselves?
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Do the Frog
Composed by Michael Tavera
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