|Season 2, Episode 9|
|Air date||November 19, 2006|
|Written by||Matt Maiellaro|
|Directed by||Matt Maiellaro|
Corndog Chronicles is the sixteenth episode of 12 Oz. Mouse. It aired on November 19th, 2006.
The episode begins as Fitz has dreams about talking to Shark in his office. He tells Shark he's been having "crazy dreams". He says there about "the end...with fragments of the beginning." Shark asks him if the dreams are episodic or segmented. Fitz questions why he would think this, since they aren't his dreams. Shark tells Fitz that they're "running out of time" and offers him a bottle of "Aspirind" pills with skeletal faces on them. Eventually, Fitz wakes up, but Liquor promptly knocks him unconscious again. Fitz continues to dream, as he talks to Roostre at his corndog farm. The two of them discuss Q109, "xenomorphinetation", a report chart, robots they built, and synthetic carbon polymers that "got them through." Fitz awakens and it appears he had been talking in his sleep, due to Liquor saying "What do you mean were gonna get out?" Fitz continues to weirdly speak, as he says "The robots", which Liquor is confused by. Fitz then starts to climb his wrack of clothes, dropping weapons galore as he climbs. He finds a gold locket which resembles the Animal Chain that Pronto stole from Shark. Meanwhile, Pronto goes to a graveyard, which appears to be Amalockh's home. He summons the monster by giving him the Animal Chain. Amalockh grows to an enormous size and begins to destroy the city. Fitz and the gang begin to hear the thudding and roaring of the now giant Amalockh. Liquor tells Fitz the beast's name and that he's here to kill them all. Fitz responds with, "Well, then lets kill him back."
- Mouse Fitzgerald (Matt Maiellaro)
- Shark (Adam Reed)
- Liquor (Matt Harrigan)
- Roostre (Scott Luallen)
- The Shadowy Figure (cameo)
- Rectangular Businessman (No Lines) (cameo)
- Cyber Green-Sweatered Woman.
- Skeletons (skeleton faces appear on asprind)
- This episode is rated TV-14-LV.
- The Producer Man doesn't appear in this episode despite being trapped in the elevator in the last episode "Meaty Dreamy".
- The Shadowy Figure and The Rectangular Businessman make small cameos in this episode, as it is shown as a dream that suggests that the Shadowy Figure has a strange connection with Rectangular Businessman and seems to show Rectangular Businessman transforming into a circle and the businessman is shocked.
- In one scene, skeleton faces appear on the asprind from a asprind bottle that Shark tries to give to Mouse.
- In the end credits, A black screen is shown where Fitz is upside down, the sentence "dne reven lliw esuom", is in reverse, that sentence really says "Mouse will never end" in capital letters, and there is a collection of beer floating, Fitz then says "It's a good thing I brought all this beer".
- The Mountains from "Signals" make a brief appearance as a transition.
- The dream used in the beginning of the episode is a nod to the earlier episodes of the series for example Season 1, where Mouse and Shark are seen in the Office talking together.