Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law

Season 1 Episode 8

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Aired Monday 12:00 AM Jun 01, 2003 on Cartoon Network
8.1
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Harvey is sentenced and sent to jail after killing off Blue Falcon's sidekick Dynomutt. Hilarity ensues as Harvey is sent to prison for the crime he committed.

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  • Bits that show the excellence of this show.

    9.6
    Easily my favorite episode of Birdman. We are treated to a quick wrap-up of the first installment, of this, this first two-part HBAAL. Birdman's awkwardness in the prison, and the irony of Falcon having to represent the man who "killed" his assistant. We also see how it's like at another lawfirm, where Reducto works.



    The case shows the normal regalia of every other HBAAL case, culminating with testimony from His Holiness, The Pope, and a bit of comedy gold with Mentok, the Mind-Taker. When I first saw this episode four years ago, the ending did catch me off-guard, but, it was still great.



    This one ranks up there with Birdgirl as the greatest.moreless
Stephen Colbert

Stephen Colbert

Myron Reducto, Phil Ken Sebben, Various

Gary Cole

Gary Cole

Harvey Birdman, Judge Hiram Mightor, Various

John Michael Higgins

John Michael Higgins

Judge Mentok the Mind-Taker, Various

Thomas Allen (II)

Thomas Allen (II)

Peanut, Various

Michael McKean

Michael McKean

Spyro

Guest Star

Carol Bach-Y-Rita

Carol Bach-Y-Rita

Operator

Guest Star

Dee Bradley Baker

Dee Bradley Baker

Forensic Pathologist / Foreman / Lizardman

Guest Star

Erik Richter

Erik Richter

Prisoner / Answering Machine

Recurring Role

Grey DeLisle

Grey DeLisle

Receptionist

Recurring Role

Maurice LaMarche

Maurice LaMarche

Blue Falcone, Various

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • When Freezoid talks during the meeting, his mouth doesn't move. When he talks in "The Devlin Made Me Do It", his mouth does move.

  • QUOTES (5)

    • Pope: As an expert, I feel qualified to say that whoever did this shoULD PAY DEARLY FOR THIS CRIME! HE SHOULD PAY DEARLY FOR THIS CRIME! HE SHOULD PAY! PAY! PAY! HE MUST PAY!

    • Harvey: Wow! I'm not sure I've ever seen a tattoo of a man riding a woman riding a motorcycle. And when you do that, you can't see the motorcycle and she's riding...OU!.

    • Harvey: So, I've been in prison for five years, and it's was all a practical joke? And... I'm not going to be executed?
      Sebben: Not on your birthday, silly!

    • Inmate: If only we had a thing that could make us fly out of here.
      Birdman: Yeah.

    • Harvey: Step off, Holmes!
      Peanut: Ooh, I was trying, just trying to talk about your tattoo!
      Harvey: You wouldn't last two minutes in my world!

  • NOTES (3)

    • Harvey's Prisoner Number: 032463-071159

    • Underneath the "Freezoid, Zarog & Skon" sign lights up a small phrase. "An AOL Time Warner Co." A quick shot at the owners of Cartoon Network.

    • Music:
      The song that Birdman sings on Phil's Answering Machine is "Sideshow" by "Blue Magic".
      During the execution walk the song played is "It is Such a Good Night," by the Paul Rothmann.
      When Harvey goes to prison, the non-commercial rap song "Munny Drugz" by "Dirtyswift" plays.

  • ALLUSIONS (5)

    • The Constrictor: There is a quick cameo in the courtroom by The Constrictor, an old villain from the original Birdman show.

    • The Godfather, Part II: The title of the episode is written similar to the one used in The Godfather, Part II.

    • Freezoid, Zarog & Skon: Villains from the original series Birdman working at the lawfirm are: Medusa (secretary), Xandu, Zarog, Dr. Freezoids, Nitron the Human Bomb, Skon & Reducto.

    • Magilla Gorilla:
      The wedding scene we see near the end of the episode is between Harvey and Magilla Gorilla. The show Magilla Gorilla was about a gorilla for sale in a pet store that no one wants to buy. It ran Saturday's on ABC from January 1, 1966 until September 2, 1967.

    • Blue Falcon: From the show, Dynomutt, Dog Wonder. See the previous episode for more details.

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