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This clever animated comedy revolves around the law firm of Sebben & Sebben and primarily the activities of Harvey T. Birdman, described as a third-rate lawyer who takes the cases nobody else wants. Birdman, an ex-superhero from the Hanna-Barbera cartoon "Birdman and the Galaxy Trio," works alongside other Hanna-Barbera cartoon stars from the 1960s and '70s, and many of his enemies from "Galaxy Trio" also became attorneys and are often seen representing the opposing side of a particular case. The series' 39-episode run ended in 2007.

Latest episodes

aired 106 days ago
Harvey defends Secret Squirrel.
aired 106 days ago
X the Eliminator poses as an exterminator to get close to Harvey.
aired 113 days ago
Life in prison is tough for Harvey as he awaits execution and his lawyer, Blue Falcon, doesn't seem to be putting much effort into his appeal.
aired 113 days ago
An ex-superhero, the Blue Falcon, joins the law firm just in time for Harvey to be accused of mangling annoying Dynomutt and get sentenced to the electric chair.
aired 120 days ago
Fred Flintstone is suspected of being the head of an organized crime family. With the voices of Maurice LaMarche, Michael McKean, John Michael Higgins, Steve Landesberg, Adam Lawson, Tress MacNeille, Doug Preis, Kevin Michael Richardson and Frank Welker.
aired 120 days ago
Shoyu Weenie, a Japanese pop band, accuses American rockers "Jabberjaw & the Neptunes" of plagiarism.
aired 127 days ago
Yogi Bear's pal Boo Boo is captured by federal agents and accused of being the revolutionary Unabooboo, who mails boobytrapped packages to corporate leaders. With the voices of Tom Kenny, Maurice LaMarche, Steve Landesberg, Frank Welker, Erik Richter, Ken Brady, Luca Magnanini and Mat.
aired 127 days ago
A trooper arrests Shaggy on suspicion of being under the influence of illegal substances due to Shaggy and Scooby Doo's giggling and goofy behavior. With the voices of Scott Innes, Frank Welker, Michael McKean, Jeff Bergman, Grey Delisle, Erik Richter, B.J. Ward, Larry Morris and Bazy.
aired 134 days ago
Apache Chief of the Superfriends files a lawsuit after accidentally spilling hot coffee in his lap. With the voices of Maurice LaMarche, Michael Bell, Phil LaMarr, Laraine Newman and Neil Ross.
aired 134 days ago
Harvey represents Dr. Benton Quest, who is in a battle for custody of his son, Johnny, and his Hindu pal, Hadji, with longtime associate Roger "Race" Bannon.
aired 221 days ago
Harvey falls into a drunken depression.
aired 222 days ago
Duplicator creates a second Harvey so he can be both lawyer and juror.
aired 223 days ago
X hires a life coach; Harvey must defend Devlin again.
aired 224 days ago
Employees revolt against Harvey's running the law firm.
aired 227 days ago
Two heroes fall.
aired 228 days ago
Peter Potamus consumes radioactive pellets, transforming him into "the creature."
aired 229 days ago
Peanut releases Shazzan from Phil's vase; Avenger is using a fresh vocabulary.
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Harvey has an encounter with an old nemesis, The Deadly Duplicator.
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A training video for the law firm.
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Race Bannon and Dr. Quest want to form a legal partnership; Phil has his sights set on Birdgirl.
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Animal rights activists break into Peebles' store and kidnap Magilla Gorilla.

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