|Season 2, Episode 7|
|Air date||November 5, 2006|
|Written by||Matt Maiellaro|
|Directed by||Matt Maiellaro|
Meat Warrior is the fourteenth episode of 12 Oz. Mouse overall. It aired on November 5, 2006.
Plot:[edit | edit source]
The episode starts off as Peanut Cop picks up Liquor with his firetruck and he continues to drunkenly drive through the city. The second Eye leads the original eye out of Liquor's shop, as the Hand escapes from his jar. The screen cuts to Shark's Office, as the Rectangular Businessman is talking to the Clock. Fitz and Skillet examine the map they found in Roostre's basement. They both discover a tunnel that leads out of their town. Skillet then throws a bone, which makes the Cyber Green Sweatered Woman blast off her firearms. Peanut Cop stops his fire truck at Liquor's shop, as he continues to enter the store. Liquor decides to drive the vehicle to the 750 floor building so he can meet up with Fitz. Pronto enters Shark's control room, as he opens a cabinet that reveals the Animal Chain. Pronto steals the necklace and races off. At Liquor's shop, Peanut Cop is shot with darts and is trapped in a white room. The Shadowy Figure appears, as Peanut Cop hallucinates from the darts. On the 750th floor, Liquor finds Fitz and reveals that Rooster needs his missing hand in order to activate the Corn-Droid. In the sewers beneath the town, Roostre leads Spider to the hidden Corn-Droid. He shows the gigantic creature the pad that powers on the Corn-Droid. Though, the hand needed to activate the robot is his right hand, his missing hand.
Characters/Cast:[edit | edit source]
- Mouse Fitzgerald (Matt Maiellaro)
- Liquor (Matt Harrigan)
- Peanut Cop (Nick Weidenfeld)
- Construction Worker
- Mothers of Babies (Ted Murphy, Thom Foolery, Andy Quitmeyer)
- Eye (Nick Ingkatanuwat)
- Second Eye
- Rectangular Businessman (Kurt Soccolich)
- Shark (Adam Reed)
- Cyber Green-Sweatered Woman
- Black Beast (Cameo)
- Roostre (Scott Luallen)
Notes:[edit | edit source]
- This episode is actually rated TV-PG-L, this is one of the few episodes of the series to be rated PG, though some websites related to this episode, give the episode a TV-14 rating, such as IMDB.
- Most of the animation changes in this episode, as it becomes more realistic, with sidewalks placed around in the city.
- The Human Citizens look different in this episode and they are a Construction Man that the Peanut kills by an electrical string by a utility pole, and a bunch of Mothers of Babies that say "my baby", are exclusive to this to this episode.
Trivia:[edit | edit source]
- When Peanut Cop is driving drunk, "F-Off" is heard in the background, with lyrics added to the song.
- In this episode, it is revealed that Liquor's skin is bulletproof.
- It is also revealed that the hand belongs to Roostre, which got separated from him.
- The map of Q109 is also revealed.
- Black Beast makes a small cameo on the map.
- Shark's Office reappears in this episode, since the episode "Booger Haze."
- A yellow cat can be seen in this episode, during the firetruck ride with Peanut Cop and Liquor, which is one thing they hit.
- When Peanut Cop and Liquor accidentally run over a baby carriage that has bottles of red liquid inside, which resemble blood. This scene is a reference to the film, "Speed".
- When Fitz and Skillet eat chicken, Fitz mentions he hasn't had good meat since the "Meat Wars", its never explained what the "Meat Wars" even is. The "Meat Wars" are mentioned again in the next episode, its heavy implied to a meat themed war that happened, before the series started, and Shark's grandfather was in the war.
- The boned chicken that is roasted on the fireplace that was eaten by Mouse, is shown to be sapient, as it uses a shotgun in one scene, since it fired a bullet at Liquor from the elevator with Mouse and co. This action is never explained, and oddly Mouse shoots the chicken pieces of it.
- A beaver like object, and a frozen turkey appear in a frozen cabinet in one scene when Peanut is at the liquor store, after being shot by darts.
- The action scene with fire, and the flying white doves were inspired by the films of John Woo, The latter contacted Maiellaro due to the use of doves, however, since animals such as doves have no copyright, he was able to leave the scene intact.
- After the credits there is a sentence that reads "almost undead", and Peanut Cop appears again driving a firetruck.
Errors/Goofs:[edit | edit source]
- A weird transition happens when Peanut Cop enters the liquor store to Shark's monitor room to Pronto entering the monitor room, its unknown if this error was left by the crew by mistake.