Mario and Peach go on a vacation to Isle Delfino. But their trip soon gets spoiled after an imposter disguised as Mario paints and pollutes the entire island. Mario must clear his name, and clean up the entire island.
Pollution and paradise don't mix.
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During the arrival cutscene, Mario and Toadsworth are seen speaking in the background while Peach is in focus. As Peach spots Shadow Mario, the Japanese version has low-volume dialogue between them. In a bit of self-referential humor, Mario states "Looks like Mario's gonna have to find a job.", to which Toadsworth asks "Trying to start a new career?" right before his line about the Princess' well-being. This banter is not subtitled, and it was mysteriously removed from English version in spite of it being in clear English. An additional line removed from the English version, with Mario saying something like "It looks like a giant pool of paint.", can be heard earlier in the same cutscene, in the shot right before the Toads' lines. See more
The "evil" Mario is to be harmed if hit with water from Mario. However, sometimes when you chase him he might jump into water without harm. See more
[slams her gavel twice
Court is now in session!
[speaking to the court
As you are no doubt aware, someone has been senselessly defacing fair Isle Delfino using some paint-like substance. The accused is charged with polluting our beautiful home, and yes, endangering our very way of life. Indeed, how can one not be aware of what is going on? Though it is daytime in Delfino Plaza, our poor residents tremble beaneath a veil of darkness. Expert Shine scholars have determined that this darkness has ...
After the credits (with less than 120 Shine Sprites), it's shown a picture of II Piantissimo at Gelato Beach, looking at the magic paintbrush that Bowser Jr. had, implying that this whole thing might happen again. However, after collecting the 120 Shine Sprites, a group photo of all the characters in the Delfino Hotel is shown instead. See more