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12 oz. Mouse is a crudely-animated American television series, lasting a total of 22 episodes when counting a single webisode and a special. Each of the episodes is between 11 and 12 minutes in length and focuses on the adventures of Mouse Fitzgerald, a talking mouse that is quite fond of beer and participates in espionage. As the series progresses, "Fitz" and his sidekick Skillet slowly discover that Fitz has a massive pile of suppressed memories that slowly come to light, along with a conspiracy that involves multiple groups vying for domination of time, space, reality, and everything like it.

Cartoon Network
2 Seasons, 22 Episodes
June 19, 2005
Animation & Cartoons, Comedy, Adult Cartoon
6.7/10
Cast: Matt Maiellaro, Adam Reed
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  • After a space-farmer discovers his parent's demise, he comes upon a fictional and robed warrior that helps him discover his inner strength in order to defeat a man in black.

  • In the aftermath of tragedy, Fitz decides to take a break from the action and play what turns out to be a revealing game of pinball. Viewers finally learn more than they could ever learn about Mouse's predicament, as Shark and Square Guy resurface in ways never seen before,. With Fitz at their mercy, will the allies of the mysterious New Angel intervene in time?

  • Fitz, Peanut Cop and Skillet launch a final, decisive attack on Shark and his cohorts as the city continues to be devastated. Square Guy converses with the Shadow Guy, before facing off against Skillet and the Corndroid. Meanwhile, Liquor contacts a ball of energy as C. J Muff reveals himself

  • Fitz decides to risk running through a virtual gauntlet of forces laying waste to the city in a bid to reach Shark's command center and rescue his friends. Liquor takes drastic action to reattach Rooster's missing hand, but can Rooster's Corndroid be activated in time?

  • Liquor and Fitz follow a crucial lead to learn more of the mysterious demon Amalok as he begins his attack on the city, whilst Shark successfully captures several of Fitz's allies. Alerted to the trechary of Pronto and the unleashing of Amalok however, Shark demands all weapons be deployed to counter-attack...

  • Fitz experiences two visionary dreams where he converses with Shark and Rooster, with the latter opening up new details of Fitz's past, such as mysterious weapons he helped develop. Meanwhile, Pronto seizes a rodent-shaped medallion from Shark's command center and presents it to the demonic Amalok, who begins a rampage within the city...

  • Fitzgerald and Skillet are upset when Poncho gets Senior status, even though he failed all his classes Junior year. They meet with Shark.

  • The Eye appears to be having a nervous breakdown, and slaps the Cop. Liquor takes him to a Women's Awareness meeting, but the Eye refuses to participate, and calls the women "cackling hens." When he returns home, Shark demands to know where he's been. The Eye tells him, and a vicious argument ensues. The Eye rethinks his opinion on the meeting.

  • The longest extended opener of any series ever seen precedes Peanut Cop making a visit to a hat store, where he starts fires and makes a momentous new career decision...

  • Shark is angry, smashing furniture and yelling. Rooster and Liquor think he is suffering from hypertension and talk him into taking a physical exam. The Doctor tells Shark he has a high cholesterol level, and instructs him to cut back on salt and fat.

  • Shark and RBM's car stalls. As Shark tries to restart it, Square Guy decides to shop for a Harmonica

  • Fitz and Skillet return to Liquor's store, where work begins on reattaching Eye Guy's severed leg. RBM and Shark take to the road in a car, where Shark is quick to announce he is now "black" and quickly establishes his "almighty blackness" by eliminating one of his own in an explosion...

  • Held captive by Shark and Square Guy, Fitz experiences nightmarish visions of his past, whilst Peanut Cop, Golden Joe, and Rooster break into Shark's party to look for him, but one of them is quickly lured into a trap and held captive

  • RBM removes Rhoda from the equation, whilst Fitz and the others face off against the New Guy before making their way back into the city to attend a party being held by Shark. Eye Guy faces the wrath of the Hand and a pair of scissors...

  • Fitz finally snaps after being deceived by a faked death and demands Rhoda provide him answers as to what is going on. Rhoda implicates Rooster in recent events, leading Fitz and Skillet back to Rooster's corndog farm. In a successful raid, the two friends successfully capture him as well as Golden Joe and Peanut, but all of them soon become endangered when the New Guy returns...

  • Fitz and Skillet engage in a fierce gun duel with Peanut Cop, and eventually a persistently annoying woman who verbally nags every move they make. Shark and RBM begin attaching several city residents with mysterious headgear. Tragedy strikes when Fitz and the mysterious Man/Woman meet and return to Rhoda's bar...

  • Fitz discovers disturbing things in his apartment as Shark leaves him cryptic warnings on his answering machines. Meanwhile, Skillet escapes from The New Guy and reunites with Fitz as they put together the audacious "F-Off" song. Liquor intrudes on Rooster's privacy by reading a letter directed to him...

  • Fitz takes a tip from Skillet and visits a corndog farm, where he meets with Rooster, a bare-footed ballad performing crop master with only one hand. Shark receives a call from The Rectangular Business Man demanding how much Fitz knows of what is going on...Meanwhile, The New Guy, a ghost-like being, abducts Skillet, with whom he has a mysterious fascination with...

  • Mouse Fitzgerald arrives in town in his rocket propelled Jet Fighter Taxi looking for employment. He finds it in the form of serving as an escort driver for Shark, as real and as beached as they come. His first objective: To take a rectangular businessman (RBM) to "Cheese Industries", but the bank-robbing rebel Mouse and his sidekick Skillet have other, more perverted plans for the straight laced businessman as they take him to film a porno shoot...

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