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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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Mouse finds himself without memory and in a new world called Lotharganin, where he meets Aria and Professor Wilx, two top scientists from the Outer Earth who worked with Shyd Industries.
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The cast of "12 oz. Mouse" answers all the questions viewers have been dying to ask.
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Industry Man and his Clock persona are destroyed.
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As the Castellica saves Mouse and team, Rooster escapes the clutches of Industry Man.
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Industry Man interrogates Rooster on the location of the missing Box of Worlds; Peanut Cop dies while freeing Mouse, Aria and Eyeball from the laser cage; the Castellica gets its orders from Melissa to save Mouse.
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Mouse realizes the Box of Worlds has been stolen and is now unstable just as Peanut Cop and Golden Joe come to their rescue; Rooster meets with Sirus and formulate a plan to take down Shyd Industries; Wilx finds his way into Outer Earth.
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Sirus, the Architect for the Box of Worlds, breaks ranks with Clock; Aria and Eyeball use a serum to kick-start Mouse's memory, and he remembers working with them and helping to create the Box of Worlds; Wilx traps them in a laser cage and escapes.
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Rooster escapes Spider from the World of Muck and finds himself in a desert with a well-armed Kid camping out; Peanut Cop and Golden Joe break out of prison on jet skis; Aria starts to realize that Professor Wilx is working for Shyd Industries.
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Eyeball reunites with Mouse on Lotharganin; Manwoman, in the Outer Earth, is interrogated by Peanut Cop because she has the Box of Worlds in her possession created by Shyd Industries.
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A Schooner breaks through the defenses of Lotharganin, and all clues point to Professor Wilx and his underlying connection to Shyd Industries.
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While Shark is being reconstructed into an abomination, Golden Joe and Peanut try to figure a way out of their jail cell; Aria tries to jog Mouse's memory while Wilx is convinced that Mouse could be the Core to the whole experiment.
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Golden Joe doesn't want to take an IQ test.
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The New Guy is dating an older man.
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Roostre finds a bag of money in an alley.
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Skillet is forced to participate in something he doesn't want to.
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Mouse's friends try to raise bail money to get him out of jail.
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Producer Man wants to get Mouse a birthday present.
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The Eye has a nervous breakdown.
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Mouse starts dating a new girl.
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Shark gets angry.
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Mouse appears in a commercial for a health tonic.

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