Disney's Mickey Mouse Clubhouse

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Saturday 9:00 AM on Disney Channel Premiered May 05, 2006 In Season

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Disney's Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
6.0
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Previously Aired Episode

AIRED ON 2/14/2014

Season 4 : Episode 9

Show Summary

Disney's Mickey Mouse Clubhouse is the first computer generated (CG) 3-D animation television series to feature the "Sensational Six." Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, Goofy, and Pluto star in this series, which focuses on interactivity with its primarily preschool-aged audience to stimulate problem solving. Each episode involves the characters helping its viewers to "solve a specific age-appropriate problem utilizing basic skills, such as identifying shapes and counting through ten." The series uses Playhouse Disney's "whole child" curriculum of cognitive, social and creative learning opportunities.
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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • It talks down to kids too much.

    3.0
    Sure, for babies, why not? But please, for like 3 and up get something more substantial like My Little Pony Friendship is Magic for your kids. And for educational, find something that has more challenging things. I just overall dislike shows that talk waaaay down to kids. Also the 3D in this is pretty bad. It being a children's show doesn't excuse poor quality. And this comes from someone who liked Dora as a teenager.moreless
  • What happened to Mickey?

    2.0
    I understand this show is for little kids, but it's lacking creativity of the original Mickey Mouse. This show is about Mickey, Minnie, Daisy, Donald, Goofy, and Pluto solving problems that seem way too simple for us adults. The little kids will probably know how to solve the problems, but if your younger ones are forcing you to watch this show, you'll feel embarrassed for watching this show at your age. Because you already freaking know how to solve the problems and the youngsters are just learning to solve the problems. It's so freaking simple so you will feel tired and you as the parent want to read a book while the youngsters interact with the show.

    But I have to tell you how bad this show is. The characters are idiots, basically just teaching kids to solve problems. It's another show breaking the 4th wall, but thank god this show doesn't teach kids Spanish! I will be off to review Dora soon. It is pretty obvious that he is Dora in disguise! The Dora that doesn't teach kids Spanish! What happened to the classic Mickey Mouse we all know in love? We teenagers and adults are not our target audience. The target audience is for kids ages 1-7. Kids age 8 and up will probably get bored of this show. But what makes this show horrible is that it is in CGI, and it's not 2D animation. The 3D looks very weird! And you know what? There are no villians in this show! The villains like Pete and Clarabelle are being nice to Mickey and the gang! At least the show should have some antagonists, not just protagonists. And then, before you know it, there are horrible musical numbers. The only musical number that we get to hear all the time is the Hot Dog song, but there are different musical numbers in different episodes. I hate the Hot Dog Song, but your youngsters will probably like it. Everyone is doing stupid dance moves except Daisy, which she does a normal dance move. I don't want to do the freaking Hot Dog Dance! I just want to watch Mickey Mouse Clubhouse YouTube Poops!

    THAT'S NOT THE MICKEY MOUSE WE KNOW IN LOVE!!! Instead of this show, show your kids the real Mickey Mouse and not this crap! Thank you!moreless
  • Grown ups need to stop thinking this is for them!

    9.0
    I have a 2 year old and he loves interacting with shows exactly like Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. Adults need to stop saying this isn't Mickey, because newsflash it isn't YOUR Mickey or mine. Just like my mom says MY mickey isn't hers, and so on. This Mickey is designed for 1-4 year olds and I'm sure that all of you aren't in that age group, so be forgiving for the little ones. My son is learning everything he needs for kindergarten with this and other shows like it. He even loves the mouskersize shorts and jumps around with it. I for one will be sad that my son won't get to see new episodes since he still has 2 more years to be the intended audience.moreless
  • This show is gone? YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!

    2.0
    This show was really really really really really REALLY REEEEEEALLY STUPID!!!! When I first watched it, I liked it, but now that I'm older, I hate it. How could disney replace house of mouse with this pile of rotten tomatoes? The characters do not even act like their original selves. In fact, I think the mickey in this show is just dora the explorer in disguise. Also, the CGI animation is lame for the most part. It looks good sometimes, but most of the time it's just really lame. The humour is also really bland. It's just a couple of bad puns and that's it. But I'm giving this show a rating of 2 only because the animation can look good sometimes and it's also actually educational (unlike dora the exploder) . But other than that, this show SUCKS!!!!!! If you want an educational show that both kids and adults could enjoy, go watch my little pony: friendship is magic.moreless
  • Thank god this show is ending!!!

    3.5
    The final season is near for Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, a show that happens to be Disney's answer to the obnoxious Dora the Explorer. The good news, the characters of this show don't raise their voices unlike Dora. The bad news, it still has that "break-the-fourth-wall" formula that made Dora alienate the parents of its preschool audience. The show started in 2006 (I was 14 at the time), and I never seemed to get why the went the route of doing an educational television program exclusively for preschoolers. Was it for money? Was it to keep Mickey relevant? I don't know. One thing's for sure, the show is in its final season, and I'm glad it is. Plus with a short series produced by Paul Rudish, a theatrical short called Get a Horse!, and a rumored feature film, Mickey won't have to be babysitting the tots anymore, although the tweenyboppers (unfortunately) will still be the faces of Disney television.moreless
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