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Moments later, a student named Bully Bill throws paper balls at Jeffy and yells, "Hey retard!". Jeffy then looks up, but just shrugs it off. He then kindly tells Bully Bill to please stop throwing paper balls at him. But Bully Bill refuses and keeps throwing balls. Jeffy gets angry and threatens to f*** Bully Bill up if he does it again. Bully Bill throws one more paper ball at him and Jeffy f***s up Bully Bill as Junior cheers for Junior.
Meanwhile, Mario is worried that Jeffy will get in trouble at school. Rosalina tells Mario that he's just paranoid. But then Jackie Chu calls Mario's phone. He says to come to the classroom quick for a parent-teacher conference. When Mario and Rosalina arrive at the class, Jackie Chu says that Jeffy has beat up another student and he wants him to write an apology letter. He also says if he beats up Bully Bill again, he will be suspended for a week.
We then see Mario and Rosalina telling Jeffy that violence is wrong and he must write an apology letter. Jeffy gets angry and tells them Bully Bill started it by throwing paper balls at him and refuses to write the letter, along with going on a cursing rampage. So Rosalina decides to write the letter for him. Jeffy goes back to class and hands Bully Bill the letter, trying to apologize.
Bully Bill says that he wrote a letter for Jeffy as well. He hands a crumpled piece of paper to Jeffy and he places it on his desk. When Jeffy unwraps the paper, it reads: ''RETARD''. Jeffy then gets pissed off again and beats up Bully Bill once again as Jackie Chu shakes his head in disbelief.
Mario and Rosalina are then back at another parent-teacher conference. Jackie Chu tells them that Jeffy beat up a student again and he is now suspended. Jackie Chu also says he does not believe Jeffy was bullied, as he didn't see it. Mario and Rosalina are angry at Jeffy. But Jeffy shows the paper that Bully Bill gave him to Mario and Rosalina. Mario and Rosalina are starting to believe Jeffy and decide to put a camera on his head to record what happens when he goes back to school.
One week has past and Bully Bill says to Jeffy "Back so soon retard?". Mario and Rosalina show the camera footage to Jackie Chu. Jackie Chu says that Jeffy's not in trouble anymore and that Bully Bill is. The next day, Bully Bill apologizes to Jeffy, stating that he bullies people because it's in his name. Jeffy accepts his apology. After school, Jeffy tells Mario and Rosalina that Bully Bill apologized and everything is fine now. Mario and Rosalina are happy. Jeffy is happy. Everyone is happy, though Jeffy states that the only way to deal with bullies is to beat them up rather than tell an adult, because "snitches get stitches."
A few days after release, the video became the 5th on SuperMarioLogan to be demonetized, most likely due to the portraying of bullying, even despite the SML message. This video just so happened to be the fastest on SuperMarioLogan to reach 5 Million views at the time, meaning that if it had not been demonetized, Logan could have received a lot of money. Aside from the financial and advertising standpoint, the video was an indication to Logan that he was portraying a family friendly type setup with puppets into an extreme adult video and has garnered a relatively young fan base, and this image is being panned by YouTube officials and could cause larger problems in the future. This caused Logan to upload an extreme rant on Chilly's channel about the situation (though it was possibly enhanced due to the red hair). People who are familiar with SML take the video with a grain of salt, while those who know nothing of SML do not understand, and target the channel with the claims. This is why larger YouTubers can get away with anything and SML cannot.
- Rosalina's apology note reads as follows:
"Dear Bully Bill,
I apologize for assaulting you publicly in the classroom. That was wrong. I am sorry and I need to learn to control my temper. I promise it will never happen again.
Maybe we can try to work this out and be best friends.
I sincerely apologize,
- Jackie Chu's voice has changed slightly.
- This video marks the return of Bully Bill, as of his first appearance, Bowser Junior Learns Karate!.
- Jeffy's angry thumbnail pose from Jeffy's Tantrum! is used again in this video.
- This is the first Days of School episode where Joseph and Toad do not appear. The reason behind this is because of the voice actor of Joseph and Toad, Lovell, does not film when Elaina is around, due to Lovell's disliking towards Elaina. However, in later years, Lovell and Elaina start to became friends as their past as enemies is over since Logan and Chilly’s divorce.
- This video reached more than 20 million views on YouTube.
- This is the first video to have Bully Bill in the thumbnail.
- This video was both age restricted and demonetized by YouTube due to the topic of bullying and Jeffy's brutal beating of Bully Bill violating YouTube's terms of service.
- This was later re-monetized again making this the first video to be demonetized but then monetized again.
- This video was requested and partially written by a fan.
- This is the first time that Jeffy beat up Bully Bill.
- In fact, this is the first video that began Jeffy and Bully Bill's unhealthy relationship with one another.
- The "8 - 4 = 8" and "2 + 2 = baby 2" was what Jeffy first came up with in Jeffy's Homework!.
- According to Jeffy, 9 + 3 = 93. This isn't stated in Jeffy's Homework!
- In future episode, Jeffy doesn't have a camera and gets in trouble more. As seen in some episodes, like Jeffy Gets Braces!, Jackie Chu even sides Bully Bill.
- Jackie Chu usually pronounces his "l's" as "r's," however he pronounced law and problem correctly.
- Jackie Chu says his eyes are "so slant he can't see." However, it can be inferred that he can see the video on the camera perfectly fine, though it may just be a joke about Asian people's eyes being "slant."
- However, in The Test! it is confirmed that his eyes are actually very slant.