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"Toad's Stupid Idea" is the 25th video of SML Movies.
Toad is recording a new song for his album when Ray Cheesy walks in the room and tells Toad that he needs to get $3.50 to put his new album up on iTunes. Toad does not have the money, so Ray Cheesy tells him to sell some things he doesn't need.
Toad then looks for some things to sell when he comes across Black Yoshi’s copy of Call of Duty Black Ops II on PS3.
Toad decides to sell that so he calls GameStop to see how much he can get for it. When Toad calls, Goodman tells him he could only get $1.50 for the game.
Toad refuses the offer and tries to find Ray Cheesy to ask for help. When he finds Ray Cheesy in the bathroom, he tells Toad that he knows a mobster who wants the game.
He gives Toad the address, and then Toad leaves to meet up with the mobster in Mario’s red Camaro. When Toad meets up with the mobster, he tells him that the best he can do is $2.99.
Toad asks him if they could possibly negotiate something to get the price up to $3.50, and the mobster informs him that he’s been in a bit drug deal and he needs another car, so he offers Toad $3.50 for the game and Mario’s car.
Toad agrees and before the mobster leaves, he tells Toad to tell Ray Cheesy he “owes” him and speeds off without giving Toad the keys to his car.
Meanwhile, Black Yoshi arrives back home after a long day and is getting ready to play Call of Duty but he can't find the game anywhere. He thinks Mario has it so he goes to Mario who is on the phone with the car company reporting that his car was stolen.
Black Yoshi asks him if he has the game and he says no. He asks Mario who else could have it and Mario suggests he ask Shrek. Black Yoshi goes into the kitchen to find Shrek who is eating his cheesecake and asks him if he ate the game. Shrek tells Black Yoshi that he does not play Call of Duty so he does not have the game.
Black Yoshi leaves confused wondering who else could have stolen his Call of Duty. Just as he's wondering this, Toad arrives at the house and sees Black Yoshi and attempts to run off saying that he has to pee, but Black Yoshi stops him to ask him if he's seen his Call of Duty. Toad asks what Black Yoshi would do if someone stole it and sold it and Black Yoshi says that he would kill them.
Toad admits that he did that and runs off while Black Yoshi chases him with a golf club. Once he has Toad on the floor, he promises that he'll get Black Yoshi his game back. Black Yoshi gives him 24 hours to do so, so Toad starts to look for a way he could make $60 to buy another copy of the game and decided to offer back massages to make enough money.
When Toad goes outside, a car comes driving by and when it stops Toad asks the driver, which is Bubbles, if he would like a back massage, and he says he would. When Toad gets in the car, Bubbles starts coming onto Toad, and just as they're about to start, they hear the cops.
Bubbles says he can't go back to jail and Toad just tells him to be cool. Officer Goodman runs the license plate confirming that this car is in fact Mario's red camaro. When Goodman asks Bubbles to get out of the car, he runs away leaving Toad unpaid. Toad looks in the back of the car and finds the copy of Black Ops II and takes it back for Black Yoshi.
However, when Black Yoshi opens it up, the disc is not in the case. Black Yoshi then rushes after Toad to kill him and then the video ends.
- Black Yoshi
- Ray Cheesy
- Big Red (cameo)
- Speedy (cameo)
- Blue (cameo)
- Tony (Bird) (cameo)
- Taliban (cameo)
- Chad (cameo)
- Mighty Eagle (cameo)
- Greg the Pig (cameo)
- Shrek Junior (mentioned)
- This is a direct sequel to Black Yoshi's New Call Of Duty.
- "N*gga" is censored
- This is the second time Black Yoshi says the n word. The first being in Black Yoshi's Girlfriend.
- Goodman is referenced as James.
- This is one the few times where a human character interacts with a plush character portrayed by the same person, as Toad and Ray Cheesy talked to each other in the beginning, and Toad and Bubbles talked to each other in the car, despite all three of them being portrayed by Lovell Stanton.
- This was achieved by having only one character in shot at a time and jump-cutting whenever the dialogue switched.
- For some reason, a synopsis was never added on the video's description.
- Several times in the beginning, there is a significant editing error around Toad's recording room.