"Black Yoshi's Kids!" (renamed "Duggie's Kids" in the new thumbnail) is the 449th episode of SML Movies.
Black Yoshi has kids.
Black Yoshi is playing Call of Duty until Mario arrives, wanting to play his switch. Black Yoshi refuses, and saying stuff about Abraham Lincoln. The doorbell rings and Mario asks Black Yoshi to answer, but he refuses again, this time talking about Martin Luther King Jr. So Mario answers it and finds a baby Yoshi with a note at the door.
Mario brings the baby into the house and shows him to Black Yoshi. Black Yoshi denies that it's his kid and says he looks nothing like him. Mario then shows him the included letter, claiming the baby to have been sent by a woman named Bookeykey. Black Yoshi says he'll take care of his son and throws him out the window. Thankfully, the baby survives and Mario brings him back into the house.
Eventually, Black Yoshi's son gets hungry and asks Black Yoshi to talk to his son while he prepares the baby's bottle. But behind his back, Black Yoshi tosses the baby in the trash. As soon as Mario brings Black Yoshi's son back to him, he gives him a welfare check of $1,500. It turns out, the government gave him that money because they know that Black Yoshi has a kid and gave him the appropriate amount of money he needs to take care of his son.
However, Black Yoshi steals 24 kids to get more money and Mario is shocked. Eventually, the news came out and reveals that Black Yoshi actually kidnapped the babies from the park because he wanted more money. Eventually, Brooklyn T. Guy arrives but Black Yoshi hides the babies in the couch and in the microwave.
But eventually, the babies' cover is blown and Black Yoshi tried paying Brooklyn Guy some money, but he refuses. Eventually, all the babies came out of hiding and Brooklyn Guy proceeds to take Black Yoshi to jail. But then changes his mind after realizing that he actually has a son, but Black Yoshi's money is going to get confiscated. So Black Yoshi decided to go to jail.
- Black Yoshi
- Brooklyn T. Guy
- Goodman (cameo)
- Big Bwah
- King Kong Keesha
- Salad Dressing Tongsra
- Rock Paper Scissina
- Shatananananananananananananana Batman
- Fried Chickenisha
- Burger Kingwuh
- Stone Cold Steve Ashley
- Babies (debut)
- Black Yoshi Jr. (debut)
- Boukisha (mentioned)
- Black Yoshi references the controversy over the casting of Halle Bailey being cast as Ariel in Disney's live-action remake of The Little Mermaid.
- Black Yoshi also references a song from Blue's Clues, "We Just Got a Letter", but instead he refers to welfare.
- This is Black Yoshi's first appearance on SuperBowserLogan.
- This video marks the first and only appearance of 24 kidnapped babies and Bookeykey.
- Black Yoshi is revealed to have a biological son, so this could be another teaser to the upcoming video about Black Yoshi's colorful family.
- Out of the 24 adopted babies, he named 16 of them, and the names of the 8 other babies are left unknown.
- Black Yoshi's dead son Skaggs is most likely a reference to Tyler Skaggs, a former Los Angeles Angels player of the MLB who passed away on July 1st, 2019.
- The baby used for the baby "Big Bwah" is the same baby that was used by Charleyyy in "Gravity!".
- This video also mark as Brooklyn T. Guy’s 200th overall appearance.
- One of Black Yoshi's "children" is named after the WWE legend Steve "Stone Cold" Austin.
- It's most likely that Black Yoshi's Ex-Wife "Bookeykey" is Boukisha, it could've been that since she's dating Tyrone. She doesn't have time to take care of Black Yoshi Jr., however, it might be revealed in an upcoming video.
- It is left unknown if the babies hidden in the microwave were found or not.
- Brooklyn T. Guy says that he can't be bribed. However, in "Jeffy's Drivers License!", he is bribed by Goodman.
- Mario could've just pointed out that Black Yoshi's son is a Yoshi when Black Yoshi asked how they looked like each other.
- The video's audio sounds a little bit higher pitched than normal episodes.
- This episode was uploaded 6 years after "Bowser's Biggest Fear".
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