Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law
Ex-Superfriend Apache Chief accidentally spills a latte on his lap and loses his super-ability to "grow large at will." With Harvey as his attorney, he sues Javalux. A scheming Reducto calls the beautiful coffee shop manager to the stand, who proves that Apache Chief is not injured and does, in fact, still have his teepee.
Shaggy and Scooby are being held on possession. Harvey defends the two in an entirely circumstantial case brought against them by Spyro. Harvey is just about to win the case when Velma and Fred catch an old cotton farmer masquerading as a green monster to scare people away from his new, highly lucrative crop.
The ATF surround Yogi and Boo Boo's cave and arrest the young bear, charging him with being the eco-terrorist Unabooboo, Harvey throws himself into the case, and into the loving arms of the cute little bear.
When Shoyu Weenie, a Japanese pop band, discovers that Jabberjaw and the Neptunes have stolen their hit single "Mochi Mochi" and made it their own, they decide to take their case to a higher power. When he's not available, they settle on Harvey.
Fred Flintstone is a family man--possibly in more ways than one. Looking to expand beyond construction with a couple of small side businesses, Fred seeks legal advice from Harvey. The case is seemingly a simple matter until the feds start questioning the legitimacy of Fred's business dealings and his possible ties to the Mob.
Two heroes will fall and one, in Speedos, will rise out of a hot tub filled with cash. Actually, another hero will rise too, in a Baby Bjorn, deftly worn by Reducto. And then fall. Too many falls and rises to keep track of? Welcome to our dramatic episode! Will we reveal these spectacular mysteries in this logline? Sure! Oh, and two main characters will die.
Harvey decides to temporarily run the law firm, which leads to a full scale revolt (naturally). Armed with standard office supplies like staplers, manila envelopes and an occasional hand grenade, Sebben & Sebben employees form a massive uprising. Can they be stopped?
Devlin hires Harvey to defend him (again). This time, a kid sues him for being injured by one of Devlin's toys. X hires a life coach to help him become more evil.
Harvey defends the Hair Bears for a mauling at a fast food restaurant, but he is also called to serve on the jury. So naturally, the Deadly Duplicator appears and makes two of him, so he can do both. Meanwhile, Potamus suffers from sexual harassment at the hands of Judy Ken Sebben.
Harvey once and for all proves what kind of lawyer he is when he is forced to retry all 37 of his past cases, tying the entire series up and putting a nice bow on it. Until we realize that there is one former client left out there--Nitron--who has been released and is wrecking havoc on the city. Will Harvey be able to save the day or does he die, like the title so clearly suggests?