In this macabre comedy, retired boxing champion Mike Tyson, his brainy adopted Asian-American daughter, a friendly but wimpy gay gentleman ghost and a cursed perverse mean-spirited talking pigeon solve weird mysteries together.
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Mike Tyson ...  Mike Tyson 64 episodes, 2014-2020
Norm MacDonald ...  Pigeon 64 episodes, 2014-2020
Rachel Ramras ...  Yung Hee Tyson / ... 64 episodes, 2014-2020
Jim Rash ...  Marquess of Queensbury / ... 64 episodes, 2014-2020
Hugh Davidson ...  Limo Driver / ... 43 episodes, 2014-2020
Larry Dorf ...  Carol's Co-Worker #2 / ... 30 episodes, 2014-2020
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In this macabre comedy, retired boxing champion Mike Tyson, his brainy adopted Asian-American daughter, a friendly but wimpy gay gentleman ghost and a cursed perverse mean-spirited talking pigeon solve weird mysteries together.

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The overly camp persona of John Douglas is a dig towards his disdain for the homosexual relationship between his son and Oscar Wilde, which lead towards him discrediting Oscar Wilde and his eventual bankruptcy and exile. See more »

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Nostalgic and Innovative
12 November 2014 | by thegalaxy89See all my reviews

The animation here is great throwback style like you'd see from Johnny Quest, Sealab 2020, Scooby Doo, and other somewhat outdated Cartoon Network stuff. However, this attributes to the shows greatness, as it's done classically yet in a contemporary fashion. As a plot seemingly appears into the third episode, I am becoming more and more drawn to the show and it's backgroundless characters. Mike Tyson is a doof, but ultimately comes off as a slapstick genius, occasionally beating helpless and innocent people often times fatally usually over a simple miscommunication, misunderstanding, or just stupidity and yet the balance of justice remains in his favor as he continues his metaphysical quest to solve the ultimate mystery. It's not just slapstick though, if fact, it's not a majority of the much much humor found within the witty word play and throwback references, as well as the dark black humor of the pigeon, who is played so perfectly by Norm McDonald. Over all you kind find several good pauses of silence, followed by a delayed bursting out of laughter. The best thing exhibited in this show however is the voice work. Jim Rash, Norm McDonald, and Mike Tyson are a triple threat. And props to Rachel Ramras who thankfully grounds the show to reality by being one of the most sensible and at the same time sarcastically humorous that winds oft winds up being a kick in the funny bone.


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