Mall is the tenth episode (second part of the fifth episode) of Season 1 of The Mr. Men Show.
- Mr. Scatterbrain & Mr. Bounce's Plot: Mr. Bounce wants a pair a sized 6 boots from Mr. Scatterbrain. He ends up getting ukeleles.
- Mr. Persnickety & Mr. Messy's Plot: Mr. Persnickety is trying to get cheese from Mr. Messy 's Cheese Parlor but his cheese is gross.
- Mr. Stubborn's Plot: Mr. Grumpy finds Mr. Stubborn walking on the opposite direction on the up escalator in his way. Mr. Stubborn refuses to admit that he's on the wrong escalator. Miss Chatterbox, Mr. Rude, Mr. Small, and Mr. Scatterbrain also get in his way. Mr. Bounce then knocks them down like bowling pins and Mr. Stubborn then proceeds downward (presumbaly the impact from Mr. Bounce made the escalator slow down).
- Mr. Lazy's Plot: Mr. Tickle gives Mr. Lazy a cleaning robot but is very unhelpful. In the end Mr. Tickle and all his robots give Mr. Lazy a tickle.
- Miss Calamity's Plot: Miss Helpful gives Miss Calamity a relaxing chair. She then presses the red button and the chair moves about the place. She gets into many things.
Characters go into a photo booth.
- Mr. Nervous goes in, but comes out almost immediately! His photos show that Miss Scary had scared him.
- Mr. Lazy goes in. His photos show him slowly dropping off and going to sleep.
- Mr. Scatterbrain goes in. His photos show the photo booth filling with water.
- Miss Daredevil goes in and the photo booth takes off. Her photos show she had gone to the moon.
- Sock cheese makes a debut in this episode.
- Throughout the episode, none of the characters are shown through the windows of the stores.
- There's no top floor in the escalator.
- Mr. Grumpy's hat when Mr. Bounce hit him resembles his book counterpart.
- The photos Miss Daredevil took imply that she took them on the moon, but the booth didn't went up when she already took the photos.
- Optimus Prime and R2-D2 make a cameo at Mr. Tickle's robot store.
- When Mr. Scatterbrain was knitting and Mr. Bounce interrupted him, Mr. Scatterbrain said "Yeeeesss?" in the style of the late Frank Nelson.