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A flash-animated series of short films created by JonnyEthco. The series has Disney's mascot Mickey Mouse forced into hard times, to the extent that he has to work as a prostitute in order to make ends meet. His friends have become self-centered and manipulative jerks and he just keeps on suffering all sorts of horrific and embarrassing events.


  • Adaptational Name Change: Scrooge McDuck's name is changed to simply Ebeneezer, or Mr. Ebeneezer as Mickey calls him.
  • Adaptational Villainy:
    • Goofy has become a drug addict prone to committing robberies and Donald Duck has become a legless cripple with a tendency to use violence to threaten Mickey into doing what he says.
    • The Christmas Episode introduces a character named Ebeneezer, who is essentially the series' equivalent of Scrooge McDuck. Unlike Scrooge, Ebenezer is a pedophile who forces children to let him urinate on them for money, and one of the children he did this to was a younger Mickey. He basically makes even the greediest incarnations of Scrooge look like a saint in comparison.
  • Black Comedy: First off, the series' premise is that Mickey's life is crappy enough that he has to work as a prostitute. Second of all, the events he's gone through include being pressured into using Daffy Duck's corpse to get money from his bank account by Goofy and Donald, having to work as a drug mule, and being drugged into playing a princess in a questionable movie.
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  • Butt-Monkey: Mickey Mouse's life has taken an obvious turn for the worse in this series.
  • Canon Discontinuity: The "Final Cut Film Fest" short was produced for a local film festival, and mentions from the beginning that is not a part of the series' main continuity.
  • Comic Sutra: The first short has Mickey inform Joe that he offers a Fantasia and a Steamboat Willie.
  • Christmas Episode: The fifth short, where the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future mistake Mickey for Ebenezer, a parody of Scrooge McDuck, and show him visions of a young Mickey being forced into letting Ebenezer urinate on him for money, an older Mickey attempting to commit suicide, and Ebenezer's grave. In the end, it turns out Mickey was only dreaming, but Ebenezer returns and demands Mickey to let him piss on him again. Fortunately for Mickey, Goofy then shoots and kills Ebenezer for his wallet.
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  • Crossover: Mickey has made a few appearances in Taco-Man Plays a Video Game, most notably a guest spot in "Taco-Man Plays Mickey Mousecapade".
  • Descent into Addiction: Mickey becomes addicted to heroin after Joe and Goofy constantly expose him to it throughout the filming of their movie.
  • Depraved Bisexual: Joe, Mickey's most common customer. He frequently makes advances towards Mickey even when he isn't doing prostitution work and in one short mentions that he has to pay child support, suggesting that he has had sex with a woman at least once. He also focuses on the need for princesses to have "great tits."
  • Drugs Are Bad:
    • Goofy is shown to have become a heroin addict, and commits robberies in order to finance his addictions. He is also implied to take acid, cocaine and crystal meth, and at one point even asks Mickey for Flintstones' Vitamins.
    • Mickey becomes addicted to heroin in Episode 6. Piglet is also unsubtly implied to be addicted as well in this episode.
  • Excrement Statement: When he sees a vision of Ebenezer's grave in the Christmas Episode, Mickey exacts his revenge against Ebenezer for abusing him as a child by pissing on the grave.
  • Fat Idiot:
    • Minnie Mouse has become extremely obese, and when trying to remember Donald Duck's phone number, she asks what number has an O at the bottom. Mickey first guesses that she means 8, but after being told that it isn't, gets it right when he asks if she means 6.
    • Joe is also shown to be larger than the average male, and falls for Mickey's obvious impersonation of Daffy's corpse.
  • Funny Background Event:
    • Loud gunshots can be heard in the background of several scenes.
    • While Goofy and Donald are robbing Mickey in Episode 3, Minnie is shown watching TV just like the last episode.
    • A small corpse marked "Tweety" can be seen in the background of the morgue where the trio steal Daffy's body.
    • In a case of Black Comedy, Mickey is sitting on the street edge in episode 6, where a wreath saying "RIP Pluto" is placed, implying that Mickey failed to get Pluto a new kidney. This can also double as a Tearjerker.
  • Movie-Making Mess: The final episode involves Goofy and Joe raising $900 to make a movie. After spending the first $500 on cocaine, they drug Mickey and perform breast augmentation surgery on him with help from Piglet. Mickey becomes addicted to heroin since they drug him after every take, meaning he's barely conscious throughout most of the filming, allowing Joe to take advantage of him. At one point during filming, they dressed Piglet as the "dragon" and tied him to the ceiling, letting a heroin-influenced Mickey shoot him with a live pistol. By the time Mickey wakes up during the film, he, Goofy and Joe are the only ones present.
  • Jerkass: Pretty much everyone except Mickey and Piglet.
    • Daffy is implied to have been one in his life, as Mickey considers his death to be the first bit of good news he's heard in a long time.
    • Ebeneezer is seen as this by all of the other characters. Foghorn claims he's got "more asshole about him than a pack mule in a whirlpool".
  • Karmic Death: Ebeneezer's favorite pastime is seeing what horrible things desperate people will do for money. He is shot dead while being mugged by Goofy.
  • Mythology Gag:
  • Of Corpse He's Alive: The third short has Goofy and Donald manipulate Mickey into taking the corpse of Daffy Duck and working it like a puppet to get money out of his bank account.
  • Screw the Rules, I Have Money!: Ebenezer, who rationalizes forcing children to let him pay them to pee on them by saying that the best thing about being rich is seeing what desperate people will do for money.
  • Take That!: Several.
  • Tempting Fate: In the Christmas episode, Ebeneezer sadistically contemplates the pleasure he gets from seeing what desperate people will do for money, seconds before Goofy mugs and kills him.
  • Throw the Dog a Bone: X-mas Special ends relatively well for Mickey.
  • Visual Pun: Mickey is playing a princess in the sixth episode. Joe is dressed as a Prince.
  • Yet Another Christmas Carol: The fifth episode. Except in this one, The ghosts confuse Mickey for Ebeneezer.

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