After centuries trapped in Phil's vase, Shazzan pops out by the hand of Peanut. Or rather, Master Peanut, who proceeds to wish for everything that's, uh, big. Shazzan, because ostensibly it's a law show, forms a case against his imprisoner, Mufti the Mizwa of Muzzy Tah! All the while, Avenger - without warning - speaks, embracing a fresh vocabulary of insults and occasional slurs. When everyone discovers Mufti is Judge Mentok, who will solve the case? Will it be Harvey or more likely, the talking bird? Or even Peanut, who just wished for a law degree from Harvard?
In a harrowing office accident involving a bagel, happy-go-lucky Peter Potamus consumes radioactive pellets which transform him into THE CREATURE! Or rather, he turns green and his waist-size triples in seconds, which, let's face it, would send anyone over the edge. On the brighter side, his new flowing mane leaves him bearing a striking resemblance to Frank Stallone! Now, even the slightest stress, such as rending an impossible-to-open mustard pak (sic), can cause the Creature to appear and terrorize the office! Will any escape the bestial hipposity? Meanwhile, ...
Two heroes will fall and one, in Speedos, will rise out of a hot tub filled with cash. Actually, another hero will rise too, in a Baby Bjorn, deftly worn by Reducto. And then fall. Too many falls and rises to keep track of? Welcome to our dramatic episode! Will we reveal these spectacular mysteries in this logline? Sure! Oh, and two main characters will die.
Following the untimely death of Phil Ken Sebben, Harvey steps up to run the law firm. As in most fraudulent presidencies, approval ratings are naturally in the toilet. So, armed with standard office supplies like staplers, manila envelopes and an occasional hand grenade, Sebben & Sebben employees form a massive uprising... until Phil returns from the dead! Or does he? Oh yeah, and somebody gets kidnapped.
How can I become more evil? A common question. And X searches for answers in the Perfectionist's 14 step program on putting a little more evil in his life. Seize the day? Never! Seize the Crest! But will he be able to succeed this time? In under 12 minutes, this Birdman packs in motivational tips, a life affirming origin story and a benefit jump, courtesy of Devil, who contributed to, um, placing an innocent boy into a full body cast, sabotaging his youth and possibly future happiness. It's a special episode.
Harvey suffers a mental breakdown in court, leading to the loss of a juror. At the same time, he's summoned to serve as a juror. On the same trial. But problem solved when Duplicator creates a 2nd Harvey to perform his civic duty. Can two Harveys win over a jury, when it's relatively clear that just one Harvey who tries really, really hard barely makes any substantial impact whatsoever? Meanwhile, Potamus claims sexual harassment at the hands of Judy Ken Sebben. Emotionally scarred, he finds comfort in support groups and hot interns.
Harvey once and for all proves what kind of lawyer he is when he is forced to retry all 37 of his past cases, tying the entire series up and putting a nice bow on it. Until we realize that there is one former client left out there - Nitron - who has been released and is wrecking havoc on the city. Will Harvey be able to save the day - or does he die, like the title so clearly suggests? Will the Incredible Hippo return to help the Birdteam? And X, does he finally obtain the crest? Final answers will be revealed in this special double episode. Oh, and a certain bus ...