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Star Wars VII
Season 2, Episode 4
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Air date October 15, 2006
Written by Matt Maiellaro
Directed by Matt Maiellaro
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Star Wars VII is the eleventh episode of 12 Oz. Mouse overall. The episode aired on October 15, 2006. 


Mouse and Skillet are still trapped in Roostre's basement, which is filled with firearms. Skillet screeches and opens up a chest that contains a clock radio and a map. Skillet also finds Roostre's homing dog. As they are finding other items, the Music Notes try to bust down the door to the basement. Skillet presses a button that opens a door to a room, which contains a giant corndog ship. He starts to gather tons of guns, grenades, and other weapons to place inside the shuttle. After they've loaded the ship up with weapons, Mouse throws a cigarette into the pile of bombs that is still left in the shack. Mouse and Skillet blast away in the ship, as they escape the explosion that destroys Roostre's home. The screen cuts to Shark and the Rectangular Businessman, who are still cruising around town. Eventually, Shark's car breaks down and he tries desperately to get it started again. Fed up with Shark obsessing over his car, the Square Businessman goes to town so he can buy a Gold and Diamond encrusted harmonica. After the square being is gone, Shark keeps on trying to get his car started. A thunderstorm then happens, and urine rains down from the sky, Shark is covered in this urine. At the harmonica store, the Rectangular Businessman stares down a row of gold harmonica's filled with diamonds. Eventually, the Businessman returns to Shark's car, that still hasn't started. The pink square didn't buy a harmonica, for unknown reasons, while the sky then rains urine again.



  • This episode is rated TV-MA, however, the episode was changed to a TV-14 rating.
  • This is the very first episode in the series where Peanut Cop is absent, this happens again in "Corndog Chronicles."
  • While Roostre doesn't make any physical appearance in this episode, his voice can be heard telling about his Homing Dog from "Rooster" in this episode.
  • Fitz referred the Music Notes as "The Music", and while they're mentioned as such, they don't make any physical appearance in the episode.
  • The song that plays in the store while the Rectangular Businessman is picking out a harmonica is called Beach Parade, and it was composed by Armando Trovajoli.
  • While it's unknown why the Rectangular Businessman didn't buy the harmonica, it's possible that he doesn't know how to play one.
  • This episode's title was probably named Star Wars VII because Matt Maiellaro, and some people on the show's crew thought there'd never, ever be another Star Wars film at the time, especially after Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, prior to Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
  • After the credits, there is a small sentence that reads "secret message," and Roostre's house appears completely burned.



  • Mouse Fitzgerald: "There's enough guns down here to take out a town about--well, about this size."
  • Mouse Fitzgerald: "Radio. Clock Radio."
  • Mouse Fitzgerald: "And a map."
  • Mouse Fitzgerald: "A map radio with a clock."
  • Mouse Fitzgerald: "What does that mean?".
  • Roostre Voice: "He's my homing dog, got a sense of radar, and quasnip."
  • Mouse Fitzgerald: "The Music knows we're down here."
  • Mouse Fitzgerald: "Grab every gun, and those."
  • Shark: "Come on, baby, come on, baby."
  • Shark: "Yeah, come on, baby, crank it up."
  • Shark: "Now, come on, baby."
  • Shark: "Why are you not doing it?".
  • Rectangular Businessman: "I think this piece overheated."
  • Shark: "I think you should shut up."
  • Rectangular Businessman: "Keep trying, maybe you'll get it this time."
  • Shark: "Come on, sweetheart."
  • Rectangular Businessman: "Oh, look, it didn't start again."
  • Shark: "Come on, baby."
  • Rectangular Businessman: "Your car sucks, maybe if I throw money at it, it'll start."
  • Shark: "Yeah, uh, are you a mechanic?, because I'm not, but still shut up."
  • Rectangular Businessman: "I should have excepted this from your poor ass."
  • Shark: "I'm trying to start the car."
  • Shark: "Where are you going?".
  • Rectangular Businessman: "To buy a harmonica."
  • Rectangular Businessman: "A very rich harmonica."
  • Shark: "Oh, so you're just gonna leave, not cool."
  • Rectangular Businessman: "I just feel ever so inclined to buy a harmonica...made of gold, encrusted in diamonds, then dipped in gold, and rolled around in more diamonds."
  • Rectangular Businessman: "It's deadly to vampires, you know, or is it werewolves?, I forget which."
  • Shark: "You are not helping the situation."
  • Shark: "Alright, ok, this is the one, this is the one."
  • Shark: "50th time's a charm."
  • Shark: "Would you please start, car?".
  • Rectangular Businessman: "Look at all those harmonicas."
  • Rectangular Businessman: "Hmm, hmm."
  • Shark: "Come on, I know you want to, start for me."
  • Shark: "I'm touching your little button."
  • Rectangular Businessman: "I equate harmonicas with the blues, and the blues to the poor."
  • Rectangular Businessman: "But I still want one."
  • Rectangular Businessman: "I had no idea there would be this many harmonicas."
  • Shark: "Come on, come on, I know you want to."
  • Shark: "For the love of me, turn on."
  • Shark: "Alright, now--ok, now we're close."
  • Shark: "I can feel that, this is it, this is the one."
  • Shark: "You barely piece of suck-ass car."
  • Rectangular Businessman: "I could afford to buy all these, but I just want one."
  • Rectangular Businessman: "The best one."
  • Shark: "Please start."
  • Shark: "You're making a fool of me."
  • Shark: "I don't even know what I'm hearing."
  • Rectangular Businessman: "I don't even know how to play a harmonica, but I want one."
  • Shark: "Ok, I'm just gonna barely touch the key."
  • Shark: "No, no, not yet."
  • Shark: "Now we'll just ease into it, to lightly rubbing the key with my fin."
  • Shark: "I'm just gonna barely touch the key."
  • Shark: "You won't even know I'm doing it, just lightly caressing the key--and start."
  • Shark: "Come on, why are you not doing it?".
  • Shark: "Come on, Come on."
  • Shark: "Perfect, that's great."
  • Rectangular Businessman: "Oh, look, I'm back."
  • Shark: ""Did you buy a harmonica?".
  • Rectangular Businessman: "Did you get the car started?".
  • Shark: "Did you get your harmonica started?".