"Say Cheese and Bye!" is the 532nd episode of SML Movies.
Bowser Junior finds a dangerous camera in the attic.
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Junior, Joseph, and Harry have a Nerf fight, where Harry accidentally shoots a bullet to the attic. Junior and Joseph go to retrieve it, and find an old camera. They take a photo of Harry, but it makes him disappear, and gets trapped in a photo. They try to bring Harry back with various ways, and take a photo of the photo of Harry. They go find Chef Pee Pee, and leave the camera in the kitchen. Chef Pee Pee finds it and takes a selfie with it, but it traps him into a photo. Once they got them all, Junior and Joseph find the photos and Junior decides to call the tech support. Cameel Habib Habab tells them many options and after Junior tells them that the camera wasn't theirs, he hangs up as he says they can't fix “stolen cameras”. Joseph tells Junior to destroy the camera. They do it, and after that Cameel calls them to tell them that there's a switch that turns the photos back when they are put back in the slide. Junior however tells Cameel that they destroyed the camera, and he gets a reply that it will take 68 weeks and multiple payments of $1200 to fix it. Joseph has had enough and claims he's going home to play Luigi's Mansion. This gets Junior an idea as he then throws the photos into a washing machine and Chef Pee Pee is turned back. Junior realizes that Harry wasn't turned back because he was stuck in a photo inside of a photo, and they say that it's alright.
- Bowser Junior
- Chef Pee Pee
- Cameel Habib Habab
- Cody (mentioned)
- Elizabeth's Mom (mentioned)
- Mario (mentioned/cameo in NES cartrige)
- Luigi (mentioned)
- Joe (mentioned)
- This is the first SML episode in August 2020.
- This episode was uploaded 5 years after "Bowser Junior's 1st Grade! Part 5".
- Logan's silver play button is seen in this video, which is when he got 100,000 subscribers in 2013.
- Junior and Joseph saying that nobody likes Joe from Blue's Clues is a reference to when Steve left the show in 2002 due to his aging problems and loss of interest in kids' education, so Joe remained as the host for the rest of the show, and thus, many kids that grew up watching Blue's Clues prefer Steve.
- This episode is a reference to the 2019 movie Polaroid
- This episode is a reference to the 1992 Goosebumps book "Say Cheese and Die" written by R. L. Stine.
- It's also a reference to the 1996 Goosebumps episode of the same name.
- Joseph and Junior were singing "The Motto" by Drake featuring Lil Wayne after Harry disappeared. Junior also sang it again when Chef Pee Pee came back.
- While Junior & Joseph are singing "The Motto", they said "ninja" instead of the N-word to keep them from getting demonetized. Also, they say fudge instead of the f-word and bit instead of the b-word.
- While Junior and Chef Pee Pee are singing "The Motto", Junior was muted for a second to censor the N-word.
- If Junior actually did say the N-word, then this would be the first episode to have swearing in it since "Bowser Junior's Rat Problem!".
- Junior states that he uses the washing machine to save Chef Pee Pee, but he actually uses the dryer instead.
- Joseph isn't really homeless anymore, because of the birdhouse Junior built him in "Joseph's New Shell!".
- However, the birdhouse could've just been a gesture, and Joseph doesn't actually live there. It could also be negative continuity or that Joseph didn't fit in the birdhouse.
- Joseph is revealed to live in an orphanage in "Bowser Junior's Girlfriend Problem!", but Junior stated that Joseph did not have a home. It is also possible that Logan forgot.
- Joseph states that Chef Pee Pee is 30 years old. However, Chef Pee Pee is 31 years old.
- Although, he could've either just been approximating or he forgot how old Chef Pee Pee is.
- However in previous videos, Chef Pee Pee being 30 would be correct since in "Chef Pee Pee's Birthday Surprise!", he's 26, which was back in 2016.
- When Junior asks if he can post his picture on Instagram, Harry replies with "You can't" in the American accent, despite being British.