Mickey Mouse

Friday on Disney Channel Premiered Jun 28, 2013 In Season


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Mickey Mouse

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Mickey and the gang return in a series of new shorts, taking place in various locations around the world. A total of 19 installments have been produced.

Previously Aired Episode

AIRED ON 7/11/2014

Season 2 : Episode 6

Next Episode

AIRS ON 7/31/2014

Season 2 : Episode 7

  • Welcome Back to Disney Channel, Mickey

    Mickey and friends are back, baby! WHEEEEEEEEE! They are free from the clubhouse prison, more or less. So far those couple shorts I saw on internet and tv are the funniest shorts I've ever seen. Mickey Mouse is back as his mischievous self, but still a good guy. I'm not a fan of Goofy's redesign, but I get they just want him in a Dippy Dog version, but he's still Goofy no matter what he looks like. I can't wait to see Yodelberg, this is so far great. And who knows, maybe they finally get their half hour tv series. But in the meantime, I will enjoy those shorts and cherish them on Itunes.

    How do you like them apples, Hannah Montana?

    jm5189, SodaDog, and Disney4life, SCREW YOU FOR HATING THESE SHORTS!moreless
  • Not nearly as good as Liv and Maddie

    SodaDog and Disney4life are right, this is boring and overrated and the animation is cut-rate just like Home on the Range (which is the worst Disney movie ever!) If you don't know what I mean by cut-rate, I mean it's cheap and no-good. Disney4life is also right about Liv and Maddie being much more solid. But hey, this is down to 7.6 now.
  • Boring and overrated

    Why does everyone else seem to love this? It's boring and overrated. Sure, it has the iconic character who started it all, but the animation is REALLY ugly. I've only watched a few episodes of this show, and they were boring and unrealistic. I don't get the feeling this show is the way Walt would have wanted it to be. Is it supposed to be a comedy? Because I haven't laughed ONCE. I've had more laughs with Breadwinners. And did you notice the rating for this show is higher than The Lion King, Bambi, and Dumbo? It went down from 8.9 to 8.6 thanks to me, but it's still higher than the 8.5 for Bambi and 8.4 for The Lion King and Dumbo. May I ask why? Another thing, am I the only one who thinks this show's NOT better than Liv and Maddie? I hate how Liv and Maddie only has 5.8. I don't get why. If you ask me, they should air Gordy on Disney Channel, so that other people can see what a great and underrated movie it is. They only air the classics on Disney and there's still a lot of great classics they haven't aired. Like The Lion King, Lady and the Tramp, Bambi, Oliver & Company (SodaDog's favorite and my favorite soundtrack), Mary Poppins, The Jungle Book, 101 Dalmatians (the original), The Aristocats (SodaDog's other favorite), Beauty and the Beast, Frozen (it's recent but by now it's out on DVD so they SHOULD air it one of these days), Bolt (I have seen it on Disney XD), Aladdin, The Great Mouse Detective, The Sword in the Stone, The Rescuers Down Under, Pinocchio, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Brother Bear, and as already mentioned Gordy. I don't find this show to be much better than Jessie, ANT Farm, or Austin & Ally. I even liked an episode of Breadwinners better! (That episode is Love Loaf, which I rated 5.5). Not to mention I've liked episodes of Sam & Cat better too, and I actually decided Sam & Cat is almost as bad as Breadwinners and Rabbids Invasion.

    Disney, if you are reading this, PLEASE AIR THE MOVIES I MENTIONED ON DISNEY JR. Or even better, on regular Disney Channel where EVERYONE can see them. I must admit I don't get the criticisms for Liv and Maddie AT ALL. That show actually has more heart, laughs, and entertainment in it than this show does. At least to me. Am I watching a different Liv and Maddie than everyone else? I think I am. Maybe the Liv and Maddie I'm watching was actually supervised by Walt Disney himself. This show, however, is clearly not. Also, HOW CAN PEOPLE NOT LIKE GORDY? It too feels like it was supervised by Walt even though it came out 29 years after his death. However, it was also only ONE year after The Lion King.

    UPDATE ON JUNE 17 (originally posted on May 1): I'm lowering this from 4.5 to 1.0. Hence the rating dropped from 8.4 to 8.2. I already lowered Love Loaf to a 3.5, and I thought I'd lower this too. Plus I saw "Dog Show" today and hated it.

    UPDATE ON JUNE 27: Last night I watched this show with my brother after Toy Story 3 and it was the episode Potatoland, we both hated it. It got 0/10 and he even said, "I couldn't pay attention to that". And neither could I. And it was on right before the episode of Liv and Maddie Move-A-Rooney. And he went with 8.5 for Move-A-Rooney and 9 for Toy Story 3. But for this show we both say 0.moreless
  • Good Plots, but dud art style.

    The plots are good and original especially the first episode which was an original storyline. I kinda agree with Disney4life about the art style. Sure, it's original but it is mostly poor which is not even okay. Only good thing is it's nice to see Mickey has a better show for once other than the edutainmental erosion known as Mickey Mouse Clubhouse.

    Oh my God! Did Disney Channel snap or something? After years of them airing their horrible sitcoms and Phineas and Ferb, what made them want to bring back Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and the other guys and make new shorts for them? Well whatever the reason, I just have to say... IT"S ABOUT DAMN TIME!!

    Even though the animation wasn't quite what I was expecting, I gotta say that the new cartoon shorts are looking pretty promising so far. They have the same voice actors, Mickey is back to his old mischiveous, yet still kind, self from the original 40s and 50s cartoons, and the others remain in character so far as well. But I have to say, I wasn't expecting flash animation for the new shorts. However, it's not ugly. Heck, we could've gotten worse. I'll gladly take this animation style over the shitty CGI from Clubhouse anytime.

    After years of Disney Channel playing marathons of their stupid sitcoms, it's nice to see that they've finally decided to bring Walt Disney's characters back to TV. Yeah, the new ones may not be as entertaining as the 40s/50s cartoons or the Mickey Mouse Works cartoons, or as long, but compared to everything else on Disney Channel, this is a godsend. I only hope that they'll keep up the momentum and make more good ones.moreless

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Animation, Comedy, Kids