Mickey Mouse (1928-) is the icon of the Walt Disney Company and one of the most recognized animated characters in the world.
He made his first appearance in the uncut DVD movie version of Imaginationland being attacked and killed by the evil imaginary characters. Later, he appears in the South Park episode, The Ring, in which he is seen as the owner of the Disney Company and boss to the Jonas Brothers. Mickey is portrayed as an evil money-hungry corporate mogul who is both verbally and physically abusive to his employees.At the end of the episode, Mickey is shown to have the ability to grow in size, breathe fire, and fly. His hovering over the city mimics the Mickey Mouse balloon seen in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
It is implied that Mickey might be of some sort of divine origin. A news reporter commenting on Mickey's onslaught mentions that Mickey would afterwards return to Valhalla, of Norse mythology, where he would then slumber and feed.
Something to note is the fact that despite Mickey Mouse was a good character in Imaginationland, he was a bad guy in The Ring.
Note: The words with censored asterisks mean it was censored in South Park itself, the bracked words show what they mean.
- "You have to wear the purity rings because that's how we can sell sex to little girls. You see if we make posters of them reaching for your junk then you have to wear the purity rings otherwise Disney company looks bad."
- "Your music sucks and you know it! Hoh hoh. That's because Christians are retarded. They believe in a talking dead guy"
- "Ha Ha"
- "You don't you f***ing (fucking) talk to me like that! Hoh hoh! You little piece of sh*t (shit)!"
- "Wake up! Wake up you little prick! Hoh hoh. Who do you work for? Dreamworks? Answer me! Hoh hoh.
- Cartman: "What the hell did you do to us?"
- Mickey: "Shut up!" (Kicks Cartman) "Hoh hoh."
From The Walt Disney dtudio in the 30s
Mickey Mouse is a comic animl cartoon character who has become an icon for The Walt Disney Company. mickey was created in 1928
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