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Part of Cartoon Network's Adult Swim block, "12 oz. Mouse" follows the animated adventures of Mouse Fitzgerald, an unapologetic drunken mouse with a background in espionage and a complete lack of memory. Fitz, as he is called, performs odd jobs, often with the help of his sidekick, a chinchilla named Skillet, as he tries to regain his memory.

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aired 218 days ago
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.
aired 220 days ago
aired 220 days ago
Golden Joe doesn't want to take an IQ test.
aired 220 days ago
The New Guy is dating an older man.
aired 222 days ago
Roostre finds a bag of money in an alley.
aired 223 days ago
Skillet is forced to participate in something he doesn't want to.
aired 224 days ago
Mouse's friends try to raise bail money to get him out of jail.
aired 227 days ago
Producer Man wants to get Mouse a birthday present.
aired 228 days ago
The Eye has a nervous breakdown.
aired 229 days ago
Mouse starts dating a new girl.
aired 230 days ago
Shark gets angry.
aired 231 days ago
Mouse appears in a commercial for a health tonic.
aired 236 days ago
A city official comes to the housing projects.
aired 237 days ago
Poncho gets Senior Status even though he failed all of his classes.
aired 238 days ago
Fitz takes down The New Guy with a rocket-powered skateboard and helps Skillet and the rest escape the shack.
aired 239 days ago
Fitz travels to the corn dog farm, taking Roostre, Golden Joe and Peanut Cop captive; he has another flashback in which his wife encounters the Shadowy Figure.
aired 242 days ago
Shark threatens Fitz; Shark introduces Fitz to Pronto, the deadly archer.
aired 243 days ago
A giant spider appears in Fitz's house and it weaves an arrow in its web; Fitz and Skillet break into a music store and rock out.
aired 244 days ago
Fitz is experiencing mysterious dreams about his past; Skillet brings a package containing a homing corn dog.
aired 245 days ago
Fitz has a new job; he is to help Eye, a giant eye, get $50 million owed to him by the magical Golden Joe.
aired 246 days ago
Shark hires Mouse Fitzgerald for a job and his first task is to transport a Rectangular Businessman to an important meeting; Fitz fails his assignment.

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