Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law
After centuries trapped in Phil's vase, Shazzan pops out by the hand of Peanut. Or rather, Master Peanut, who proceeds to wish for everything that's, uh, big. Shazzan, because ostensibly it's a law show, forms a case against his imprisoner, Mufti the Mizwa of Muzzy Tah! All the while, Avenger - without warning - speaks, embracing a fresh vocabulary of insults and occasional slurs.
After 30 years of failed attempts, X gets the crest on Birdman's helmet. Convinced he's powerless without his crest, Harvey falls apart, stops shaving and loses a case defending Ricochet Rabbit from charges of wanton and willful destruction. X, on the other hand, turns his life around. He starts fighting for the cause of all that is good, winds up in newspaper headlines and on afternoon talk shows.
Phil brings his daughter to work and around the same time, Birdgirl makes an appearance in Harvey's office. Desperate to be a part of the Birdteam--heck, desperate for there to even BE a Birdteam--Birdgirl sets out to prove her superhero and litigating and superhero litigating skills in the offices of Sebben and Sebben. She arrives just in time to help Harvey defend Morocco Mole on charges of being an enemy combatant. Oh, and Phil has the hots for Birdgirl, who may or may not be his daughter.
When the whirlpool in Potamus' office sucks them back into pre-history, Harvey, Potamus, Peanut and Phil must find their way back to the office. Or rather, Harvey must find his way back. Phil wants to stay to exploit the untouched natural resources, Potamus wants to stay to exploit his status as idol among the natives and Peanut wants to stay to exploit the market for hirsute cheesecake shots.
When Cavey Jr.'s school refuses to teach evolution, Captain Caveman turns to Harvey to defend the hairy little boy's right to an education. Harvey not only has to prove evolution but also explain the existence of a talking caveboy. As if that's not enough, Harvey also suffers his latest existential crisis at the hands of Reducto. A rousing song and dance number follows.
Turner Classic Movies' Robert Osborne introduces a recently "discovered" episode of the "classic" "Birdman" series. In this very special Birdman, a pre-law-school Harvey encounters a number of his future courtroom adversaries who try to kill him. Oh, and a six-legged spider, which only manages to irritate entomologists everywhere.
Birdgirl's back with a new case for Harvey; Race Bannon and Dr. Quest want to form a legal partnership. Unfortunately for Harvey, the case goes to the highest court in the land, the Justice League. In the meantime, Phil has set his sights on Birdgirl and he won't take no for an answer. How far will Birdgirl go to protect her secret identity? Really, what girl doesn't dream of getting a marriage proposal... from her father?
Sheer courtroom boredom drives Mentok to mindswap Spyro. Unfortunately, Mentok promptly loses Spyro's mind and is forced to drag him around until he finds the lost brain. Kitty-lovin' Harvey takes Top Cat and his crew into his home and somehow winds up in the pokey for running an illegal gambling establishment.
Welcome to Sebben and Sebben, new employee! In this eleven and a half minute romp through the halls of everyone's favorite fake animated law firm you'll learn what makes working here so special. And that's not even including our unique approach to sexual harassment training.
While engaging in one of the more dangerous aspects of lawyering, photocopying, Harvey has a run in with an old nemesis, The Deadly Duplicator. An unintentional slight sets the Duplicator off... to duplicate. And duplicate and duplicate.