In this crudely animated series, a mouse performs odd jobs so he can buy more beer.

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Matt Maiellaro ...
 Mouse 'Fitz' Fitzgerald (21 episodes, 2005-2007)
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 Shark (21 episodes, 2005-2007)
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In this crudely animated series, a mouse performs odd jobs so he can buy more beer.

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19 June 2005 (USA)  »

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12 Ouns Mouce  »

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In the pilot, only the letters "oz.MO" appear in the opening title sequence. But it was discovered that "Ozmo" is the name of an educational cartoon character produced by the BBC. To avoid a potential lawsuit, all subsequent episodes have the full title in the opening credits. See more »

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Shark: So let me get this straight.
Mouse 'Fitz' Fitzgerald: Okay.
Shark: I sent you out to pick up a client and take him to a meeting.
Mouse 'Fitz' Fitzgerald: Yes. Yes, sir.
Shark: Instead of that, you took him to a porno set where he starred in his very first porno, then you blew him up...
Mouse 'Fitz' Fitzgerald: Wrong. That didn't happen.
Shark: Then you robbed a bank.
Mouse 'Fitz' Fitzgerald: Robbed a bank?
Shark: Threw up on a woman...
Mouse 'Fitz' Fitzgerald: [incredulous] Whaaaaat?
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Referenced in Shin Chan: One, Two, Bunny's Comin for You (2011) See more »

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It's not perfect, it's not my favorite show... but it's fascinating.
25 January 2014 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

What can I say? I decided to check this show out because it was the co-creator of "Aqua Teen Hunger Force", even though I after seeing a few preview clips thought "meh". Still, I had to see a whole episode and the pilot was surprisingly funny, if only for the odd and unusual brand of humor it possessed. Not every episode is great, but with the exception of "Auraphull" (HATED that episode), you'll never be bored. You'll have to accept the very slow tempo though, took a couple of episodes for me to get used to it. The dialogue is very simple and it's more often you laugh at the delivery of it rather than the lines themselves. Not very many TV-series is like that. I also like the characters, most of all the stoned cop who keeps laughing after every sentence and the rectangular guy, who you "recognize by his rectangularness". The only disappointment is that it's not as funny as its counterpart "Aqua Teen Hunger Force", though that is easily made up with a very unclear, but still continuing plot. It's not laugh-out-loud that often, but I still can't seem to help but keep myself hooked on it after every episode. And for such a goofball of a show like this, it's quite an accomplishment.


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