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Do you wonder what it would be like if Mike Tyson were to solve mysteries as Scooby-Doo does? That's the premise of an animated series geared toward adults -- without the talking dog. Tyson voices his character, who tackles problems with help from the Mike Tyson Mystery Team: the ghost of the Marquess of Queensberry, Mike's adopted daughter Yung Hee, and a pigeon who was once a man. The former boxing champ and his team answer any plea to close unsolved enigmas. Lending their voices to the show are comic Norm Macdonald and Oscar-winner Jim Rash.

Latest episodes

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The thrills and chills of sexting.
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The very first Mike Tyson Mystery Team Podcast.
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Mike Tyson takes the fight from the boxing ring to the streets to solve mysteries.
aired 193 days ago
The team helps a man find an anniversary gift for his wife.
aired 200 days ago
Sometimes it's not as easy as ordering online.
aired 200 days ago
Mike has a No. 1 item on his bucket list.
aired 201 days ago
Star-crossed young lovers from feuding families ask the team for help.
aired 201 days ago
The team shares its highs and lows of the day around the dinner table, and it also goes to Scotland.
aired 202 days ago
A bell rings.
aired 202 days ago
An unspeakable tragedy occurs at the Clam Shack.
aired 203 days ago
Mike's attorney needs Mike's help.
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A grieving father tries to help his beautiful boy.
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The team attempts to bring holiday cheer to someone who has given up on life.
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The team goes to the grocery store.
aired 207 days ago
To make a little girl's wish come true, the team must visit the Wishing Well in Fantasy Forest.
aired 207 days ago
When a very rich, very old man vanishes, everyone suspects his very hot, very young wife.
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What to do with baby octopus, plantains, smoked kippers and cream of mushroom soup.
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Yung Hee wonders if being on a mystery team is what she wants to do with her life.
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Swallows do not return to San Juan Capistrano.
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The death penalty debate is settled once and for all.
aired 218 days ago
Pigeon's past finally catches up with him.

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The famously tough Mike Tyson cradling a pigeon in the same hands that helped him become an all-time boxing champ is a strange image, indeed. But it's one Tyson cherishes. "The first thing I ever loved in my life was a pigeon," he says. "Pigeons are a part of my life." In "Taking on Tyson," the Brooklyn native goes back to his roots and reconnects with his feathered friends by experiencing the bizarre subculture of pigeon racing. Yes, pigeon racing. Like many aspects of Tyson's complex life, this one is better seen to be believed.
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