Skip to Content. Fitz drowns himself in alcohol to forget his problems. He's an anarchist who doesn't follow rules and does whatever he feels like. Parents need to know that although this animated series part of Cartoon Network's Adult Swim lineup features animals and might appear harmless at very first glance, watching for even a few minutes will convince you that this isn't one for the kids.
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Check out our editors' picks to get the lowdown on the movies and shows we're looking forward to, including the Netflix premiere of " Warrior Nun. Browse our picks. Title: 12 oz. Mouse — Facing rednecks, inflicting righteousness and preaching about the 'strong, silent types' and morality, this hero has his work cut out for him. The misadventures of a milkshake, an order of fries, a meatball, and their retired next door neighbor in the suburbs of New Jersey.
12 oz. Mouse
Mouse - an animated television series so bizarre, it makes a chainsaw-wielding milkshake look perfectly sane. Through its blend of minimal character design and an obscure, yet complex conspiracy plot, the show has been evoking intense love and hate from midnight viewers since its premiere back in June of Yet, despite being considerably more controversial, 12 oz. Mouse simply takes many of these foundational details to a new extreme and pushes beyond the mild accessibility of Space Ghost and Aqua Teen.
Mouse Fitzgerald , actually named Fitz , or also known as Butch , is the main protagonist of 12 oz. He is a green mouse who displays sociopathic, alcoholic, amnesiac, and anthropomorphic behavior very often. He usually relies on comedic responses or a roundabout figure of speech instead of straight answers.