[[WMG: The Martian Rats used to be a slave caste for the Mice before the Plutarkian invasion]]
Ever wondered why the Rats in the original series worked for the Plutarkians and remained such even after their masters' defeat?
* Good theory. It would also explain why Modo objects so much to being called a rat.
** That could be because the Rats are the enemy and seen as traitors, not just because they used to be slaves.

[[WMG: The Martians are the descendants of the mutated survivors of the [[Franchise/SailorMoon Silver Millennium]], and worship Sailor Mars as a goddess]]
I just love the image of Sailor Mars on a bike leading an horde of Biker Mice into battle.

[[WMG: The Biker Mice destroyed Limburger Plaza OncePerEpisode to bankrupt him with the reconstruction costs]]
Assuming they didn't get rid of him another way, they would still defeat him in the long run.

[[WMG: Limburger stays away from UsefulNotes/{{Detroit}} because Franchise/RoboCop is there]]
Napoleon Brie has been successful for a while because he bought off what remained of OCP and managed to re-apply the Prime Directives to [=RoboCop=] during a maintenance cycle, but at some point Robo wiped them out and [[CurbStompBattle Brie was barely able to escape with his life]]... Just as Limburger expected.

[[WMG: The Catatonians first came on Mars as mercenaries for the Plutarkians]]
It's implied that, at some point, the Nomad Rats realized they were being manipulated by the Plutarkians and dumped them, and Cataclysm states he's been fighting on Mars even before the Catatonians officially invaded. With that in mind, it's likely that Cataclysm and other Catatonians were hired as mercenaries to replace the Rats but, due a combination of being hired in low numbers and [[GeneralFailure Plutarkian command incompetence]], the Freedom Fighters ''and'' the Nomad Rats drove out the Plutarkians. But not before the Catatonians found out of the Regenerator, resulting in the original mercenary force being reinforced by the Catatonian government to launch their own invasion.

[[WMG: The Pit Boss really did get hit with Karma after all, just off-screen]]
Most people see the Pitt Boss as a KarmaHoudini who never suffered any permanent punishment for his crimes, not even in his only appearance in the 2006 Series. However, the Store he and Ronaldo Rump used to capture slaves is blown up by Limburger in a failed attempt to kill the Biker Mice, the people he captured are seen free later on {Look in the background of the episode's final scene, and you'll see the civilians he captured and enslaved standing in line for food}, and we know that Limburger and Karbunkle did manage to escape his clutches since they are clearly free and not working for him anymore when we see them again. It's entirely possible that his slaves successfully overthrew him, and Pit Boss was either killed in the ensuing battle or captured and finally imprisoned for his crimes, while Limburger and Karbunkle ran away and abandoned him to his fate. Or that Limburger himself lead the revolution, took over the Pitt and used his new resources to get one last chance to prove himself to the Plutarkians.