Faces the camera, salutes and exclaims "Show me your moves!" This taunt is notable in Melee for being one of only two that has a different animation depending on whether the character is facing right or left; unlike in Brawl and Smash 4, both of Falcon's taunt animations will end at exactly the same time (both having 60 frames).
Spins on one foot, then poses with one of his arms/wings before him. In the Japanese version of Melee, he states 俺の獲物に手を出すな！ (Get your hands off of my prey!) or 逃がすかよ！ (You're running away!); in other versions, he merely chuckles.
Crosses his arms behind his back and performs a small, shy kick. The kick can damage an opponent if it connects, acting as a meteor smash. However, its pitiful range and slow startup severely limits its effectiveness. It is similar to his pose when he loses a minigame in Mario Party 2. It could also reference the original Mario Bros. In order to knock a monster off the screen, you have to walk into them.
Grows to a super-size, as if taking a Super Mushroom power-up, before shrinking again. This also increases his hurtbox. The size increase stacks with special matches and actual super mushrooms. During the taunt, Mario mimics the standing pose seen in the original Super Mario Bros.
Waves at the camera, yelling "Pika, Pika!" Starting in this game, it tilts its head to one side and then to another, waving one arm and then the other. In this game, the taunt has IASA frames, as it can be interrupted by any attack when Pikachu starts the second wave.