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Old 01-23-2003, 09:56 PM   #1
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Question Was there really a Murphy Mouse cartoon (from the second Bicycle Man episode)?

Chris, I don't know if you have seen the second Bicycle Man episode but in that one, the child molester showed Arnold and Willis an X-rated cartoon called Murphy Mouse. Was there really a Murphy Mouse cartoon or did they just make it up?
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I remember someone on here saying a long time ago that they had seen the video of it at their local rental so I think it did really exist.
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I think that it was invented for the episode. However, Fritz the Cat had adult themes. It was popular during the 70s.
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I think the better question is: Why was Dudley so turned on by it?
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