Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law
Bannon Custody Battle
Bannon Custody Battle: Harvey represents Dr. Quest in a parental custody battle with Race Bannon over Jonny and Hadji.
EP 2 Very Personal Injury
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.
EP 3 Shaggy Busted
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.
EP 6 The Dabba Don
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.
EP 7 Deadomutt Pt 1
A hot new lawyer, the Blue Falcon, joins Harvey's law firm. Everyone's excited to have, for the first time, an ex-superhero on the firm. But Harvey does nothing to hide his hatred for the annoying Dynomutt, who winds up jammed and mangled beyond recognition in a copy machine. Harvey is arrested, tried, found guilty and sentenced to the electric chair. Will he fry? Tune in next week!
EP 9 X, the Exterminator
X the Eliminator is sitting at home, having mostly forgotten that he was paid a million bucks to kill Birdman in 1968, when he sees Harvey in an ad for his law practice. X launches right back on his quest and, now posing as "X the Exterminator,"confronts Harvey. And is devastated to discover that Harvey just doesn't remember him.
EP 1 Blackwatch 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 email 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.