Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law (2000–2007)
1 Jan. 2004Blackwatch Plaid
When Harvey's boss Phil Ken Sebben believes his office has been burgled, he installs a series of oppressive security measures at the firm. The e-mail monitoring, cavity searches, color-coded crime alert system and security cameras aren't making the office any more safe, but Phil seems to enjoy them. Meanwhile, Harvey is under pressure to bring in a new client. He ends up representing Secret Squirrel, who is on trial for publicly displaying the equipment he keeps underneath his trench coat.
18 Apr. 2004Trio's Company
Inch-High Private Eye hires Harvey to represent him for a case in which he thinks he was fired because of his size, meanwhile Harvey develops feelings for his personal trainer.
25 Apr. 2004The Devlin Made Me Do It
Washed-up motorcycle stuntman Ernie Devlin is sued when a kid injures himself trying to imitate his deep ravine jump. Harvey's legal strategy, to attack the fractured, wheelchair bound child on the witness stand, backfires. Pill-addled Devlin is a less-than-sympathetic defendant, so Harvey must scramble to salvage the case. Meanwhile, Avenger seems to have laid an egg.
2 May 2004High Speed Buggy Chase
Speed Buggy is arrested for leading the cops on a high-speed chase. Â As Harvey prepares for the trial, longtime assistant Avenger resigns, landing a job with Harvey's rival Vulturo. Â Harvey searches for a replacement, downgrading from a legal eagle to a legal finch. Â And then a legal emu. Â
9 May 2004SPF
Harvey becomes addicted to fake tanning during a case representing Ding-a-Ling Wolf.
16 May 2004Back to the Present
The Jetsons travel "back" in time from the incredible, far off year of (ahem) 2002, to sue us all for screwing up the planet. Turns out there's a reason all the buildings in the Jetsons' world are on stilts: the ice caps melted and the earth is covered in water. Meanwhile, Phil is terrified - or is it excited - that the Jetsons are there to abduct and anally probe him.
30 May 2004Grape Juiced
Scandal hits the Laff-a-Lympics when Grape Ape is accused of steroid use. He, along with Beegle Beagle, his coach from the former Eastern European block, seek Harvey's services to prove his innocence and win back his medal. Meanwhile, Phil can be seen doing as series of "favors" for the Laff-a-Lympics committee in an effort to win the games for their city.
6 Jun. 2004Peanut Puberty
It's a very special Harvey when Peanut begins to "develop" his superpowers. It's a difficult time for a young superhero and Peanut turns to Harvey to help him understand the changes he's going through. Like, power bands that shoot off with a mind of their own and solar shield that pops up at the most embarrassing times and won't go away. Harvey, of course, has no clue and has to seek the advice of other super beings to help him guide the sup-bescent Peanut. Meanwhile, Auggie Doggie hires Harvey to save Doggy Daddy from being euthanized for having bit someone.
13 Jun. 2004Gone Efficien...t
Phil gets on a cost cutting kick and hires an efficiency expert named "DVD" (was "David," but he cut vowels from his life to save time.) Harvey is forced to prove his worth, get more efficient, or be sent packing. The pressure to find a case increases as Harvey's every move is timed and assigned a dollar value. Also, X the Eliminator, returns in an effort to, well, kill Harvey.
18 Jul. 2004Droopy Botox
Believe it or not, Harvey successfully defends a plastic surgeon of botching Botox injections on Droopy. Â The relieved doctor pays instantly and, in a fit of generosity, throws in a free coupon book of cosmetic surgeries. Â That and a new promotion to VP vault Harvey to cult status in the firm. Â But something's wrong. Â Harvey feels guilty that a scary, grinning Droopy suffers while Harvey and the firm enjoy the largess. Â While Harvey wrestles with his guilt, the firm goes on an extreme makeover bender, getting "enhanced" beyond recognition. Â Also, X returns as "X...
2 Nov. 2004Guitar Control
When Quick Draw McGraw pulls out his trusty six-string in an attempt to put the El Kabong kibosh on the Dalton Gang, he gets hauled off to the hoosegow. So he turns to noted constitutional law expert Harvey Birdman to defend his right to keep and bear guitars. Meanwhile, Harvey's boss, Phil Ken Sebben, takes $12 billion from the powerful guitar lobby to fund his presidential campaign. Not that that would make him beholden to them. And Peanut and Baba Looey get into trouble when they get their hands on Quick Draw's private guitar arsenal.