Capitol Critters

Season 1 Episode 1

Max

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Aired Unknown Jan 28, 1992 on ABC
9.5
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The series pilot. Max, a mouse living in a Nebraska farmhouse basement with his family, is the only survivor when the farmer living there hires an exterminator to take care of all the mice. Max leaves for Washington D.C. to go live with his cousin Berkeley, an activist mouse who still dresses like it's the 1960's. There he also meets the rest of the cast of the series - Jammett, a wisecracking rat, and his mother, Trixie. Muggle, an ex-lab rat who's had one experiment too many done on him. Moze, a roach who like all roaches lives segregated from the rats and mice. Finally, the P-Cat and VP-Cat, the rodents' new nemeses. The episode focuses on Max getting to know the other characters and his coming to terms with his family's tragic deaths.moreless

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  • Yes painful to watch, but in a good way...

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    This show started off on a suprisingly intense beat. It reminded me of the idea behind the book 'Rats of NIMH' so I was instantly interested! It had a very hard beginning but it also instantly bonded you to Max. You wanted him to succeed and find happiness again after so much tragedy. He clearly deserved it. Despite all this 'intense-ness' the show managed to retain a (for lack of a better word)sweetness which kept you loyally returning to see what happened next. This episode was an excellent start to a wonderful show which deserved a lot more time on the air than it got!moreless
Neil Patrick Harris

Neil Patrick Harris

the voice of Max

Bobcat Goldthwait

Bobcat Goldthwait

voice of Muggle

Frank Welker

Frank Welker

the voices of the Presidential Cats

Chick Vennera

Chick Vennera

Additional Voices

Jennifer Darling

Jennifer Darling

voice of Berkeley

Dorian Harewood

Dorian Harewood

the voice of Moze

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