Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law features ex-superhero Harvey T. Birdman of Birdman and the Galaxy Trio as an attorney working for a law firm alongside other cartoon stars from 1960s and 1970s Hanna-Barbera cartoon series. Similarly, Harvey's clients are also primarily composed of characters taken from Hanna-Barbera cartoon series of the same era. Many of Birdman's nemeses featured in his former cartoon series also became attorneys, often representing the opposing side of a given case.
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Peter Potamus takes over Sebben & Sebben in Phil's absence. Reducto babysits Peanut on his birthday. Birdgirl/Judy is searching for her father Phil. Birdman goes to his highschool reunion.
The episode was rated 7.46 from 41 votes.
Avenger inexplicably starts talking. Peanut discovers a vase that, when rubbed, releases Shazzan, now in servitude to Peanut. Shazzan accuses Mentok of having imprisoned him in the vase centuries ago for gazing on the king's intended. Mentok was a genie called Mufti the Mizwa of Muzzy Tah in those days, one of several identities he has had over the years. Shazzan insists on Peanut representing him, and Mentok, after he is captured, manipulates Harvey into representing him. Mentok insists that Shazzan is attempting to frame him, and escapes from court to retrieve the halves of a magic disk that, when put back together and the magic word thus revealed is spoken (by Avenger), imprisons Shazzan in the vase again.
The episode was rated 7.63 from 48 votes.
A Japanese pop band, known as Shoyu Weenie, accuses the American rock band, Jabberjaw & the Neptunes, of stealing their song “Mochi Mochi” and calling it “Lovey Lovey”. Harvey represents Shoyu Weenie, while Reducto is counsel for Jabberjaw & the Neptunes.
The episode was rated 7.66 from 71 votes.
Peter Potamus consumes radioactive pellets that transform him into "the creature," turning him green and tripling his waist size. Meanwhile, Atom Ant is charged with having high radiations levels in his home.
The episode was rated 7.67 from 42 votes.
Turner Classic Movies’ Robert Osborne introduces a “recently discovered” episode of the “classic” Birdman series. In this episode, a pre-law Harvey encounters a few of his future courtroom adversaries who try to kill him.
The episode was rated 7.68 from 41 votes.
X attempts to take charge of his life and transform into his best evil self, hiring Perfectionist the Life Coach to help him to become more evil in just 4 easy steps. Meanwhile, Devlin blazes in on his hog, forcing Harvey to defend him (again). This time, a kid sues him for being injured from one of Devlin's toys.
The episode was rated 7.74 from 43 votes.
Harvey decides to temporarily run the law firm, which leads to a full scale revolt, naturally. Armed with standard office supplies like staplers, manila envelopes and an occasional hand grenade, Sebben & Sebben employees form a massive uprising. Meanwhile, X, distraught over being ignored by Harvey, kidnaps Birdgirl to capture his attention - and his dinner plans.
The episode was rated 7.75 from 40 votes.
Animal Rights activists break into Peebles' store to free Magilla and later sue him as well. Phil, Potamus and his nephews go on a fishing trip.
The episode was rated 7.77 from 35 votes.
Roger “Race” Bannon fights his longtime partner in adventure, Dr. Benton Quest, for custody of Benton’s son Johnny Quest and Johnny’s buddy Hadji. Harvey represents Dr. Quest, while Vulturo is Race’s attorney.
The episode was rated 7.79 from 131 votes.
Mentok loses Spyro's mind after a mind-swap, and must watch over Spyro's body during his date. Harvey brings Top Cat home, who gets Harvey implicated in gambling schemes.
The episode was rated 7.81 from 37 votes.
Last updated: jan 24, 2023
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