Blooper Nanny

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Blooper Nanny

A Blooper Nanny with Baby Bloopers artwork from Super Mario Bros 3.
General information
Variant of Blooper
First appearance Super Mario Bros. 3 (1988)
Latest appearance Mario Kart Tour (Jungle Tour, cameo) (2020)
Similar entities
Super Blooper

A Blooper Nanny (initially known as Bloober With Kids) is a Blooper with Baby Bloopers that first appeared in Super Mario Bros. 3.


Super Mario series

Super Mario Bros. 3

In Super Mario Bros. 3, she begins to glow when approached and her kids will "explode" away from her making it harder to swim. More kids appear a few seconds later. Just like normal Bloopers, they follow Mario in an attempt to hurt him.

New Super Mario Bros.

Two Blooper Nannies appear in a bonus room of 3-3 in New Super Mario Bros. This time, they will flash rainbow instead of glowing.

New Super Mario Bros. Wii

Very protective

Blooper Nannies later appear in New Super Mario Bros. Wii in World 4-4.

New Super Mario Bros. 2

Blooper Nannies reappear in World 3-5 of New Super Mario Bros. 2.

New Super Mario Bros. U

A Blooper Nanny guides its children.

Blooper Nannies also reappear in New Super Mario Bros. U in the secret level Blooper's Secret Lair.

They are one of the few enemies that don´t appear in New Super Luigi U.

Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars

Only one appears in the Sunken Ship during the events of Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars, and oddly touching her or any of her babies results in a normal battle with only one Blooper.

The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3

Blooper Nannies made occasional appearances on The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3, where they served as aquatic nuisances to Mario and Luigi.

Nintendo Adventure Book

In the Nintendo Adventure Book Leaping Lizards, two Blooper Nannies compete in the International Mushroom Games as members of a team known as the Sneaks. What events they participate in besides the Beetlebowl, an all-team game, are unspecified.

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 子連れゲッソー[1][2] / こづれゲッソー
Kozure Gessō
らしゲッソー[1] (Super Mario Bros. 3, scattering type)
Chirashi Gessō
Accompanying Blooper

Scattering Blooper
Chinese (Simplified) 鱿鱿亲子档
Yóuyóu qīnzǐ dàng
Blooper Parent-child
Chinese (Traditional) 魷魷親子檔
Yóuyóu qīnzǐ dàng
Blooper Parent-child
Dutch Blooper Nanny -
French Nounou Bloups
Bulle et ses petits (Super Mario Bros. 3 instruction booklet)
Blooper Nanny
Bubble and her children
German Blooper-Sitter Blooper Sitter
Italian Calamako Sitter Blooper Sitter
Korean 징오징오패밀리[3]
Jing'o-jing'o Paemilli
Blooper Family
Russian Блупер-нянька
Blooper Nanny
Spanish (Americas) Mamá blooper Blooper mom
Spanish (Europe) Mamá Blooper e hijo/s Blooper Mom & son/s


  1. ^ a b Super Mario Bros. 3 Japanese instruction booklet. Page 37.
  2. ^ New Super Mario Bros. Shogakukan book. Page 17.
  3. ^ Super Mario All-Stars Limited Edition Korean instruction booklet. Page 30.