Mickey Mouse Funhouse A Big Giant Problem is the 24th episode of season 1 of the recycled for 2022 Mickey Mouse Clubhouse reboot thing. Sadly, they’ve now made a lot more than 24 of them, so we’ll see what happens from here.
What's in this review
Is it Mickey Mouse Clubhouse or Funhouse?
You know how Disney likes to reboot their old stuff shameless? Yeah, Mickey Mouse Funhouse is the reincarnation of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse that should have just been left for dead a decade or so ago.
Funhouse focuses on the same or slightly older target audience as its predecessor and has the same base cast of characters computer generated to look identical (or at least very close) to their Clubhouse forms.
The main difference is that Clubhouse included more “educational” offerings, such as asking youngsters and slow witted adults alike to solve simple puzzles. Funhouse drops this pretense and offers “life” lessons to an audience of young children who may never learn these lessons unless they are presented with a lot of song and dance from Mickey and the gang.
Funhouse’s main addition is the obnoxious sounding Funny the “funhouse,” a term I use very loosely here. Funny uses her (? admittedly I can’t tell if it is gender neutral, female, or male though it is voiced by a guy named Javier “Harvey” Guillén who identifies as a guy on IMDb at least) magic doors to take Mickie, Minnie, and the rest of the gang on magic adventures in different places throughout fantasy worlds.
Like Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, Funhouse is just as:
- lacking in meaningful content
- addictive to most little kids
- a good babysitter if you need a 30 minute mental break before you mentally break down from the daily rigor of dealing with a small child for hours each day before your spouse comes home
Mickey Mouse Funhouse A Big Giant Problem! – Synopsis
Mickey Mouse Funhouse A Big Giant Problem is the second segment of episode 25 of season 1 of the fun fun fun Mickey Mouse centric show. It first aired on September 29, 2022.
In case you are 4 or simple minded: SPOILER ALERT!
In this riveting plot, Mickey accidently breaks Minnie’s kite.
After breaking the kite, he tries to figure out how to tell Minnie and keeps delaying telling her despite Funny telling him he should fess up.
Things get complicated pretty quick when Willie the Giant, who also broke his quasi girl friend’s stuff, also needs help.
Both Mickey and Willie end up keeping a secret from their friend with benefits, until eventually their web of lies comes crashing down and both Annie the Giant and Minnie end up forgiving their respective boy toys.
You’ll laugh. You’ll cry. But at least the kids are quiet for a few minutes as they enter a Mickey trance.
Where to watch Mickey Mouse Funhouse A Big Giant Problem!
Well, there’s a few ways to watch Mickey Mouse Funhouse A Big Giant Problem if you really, really want to for some unknown reason.
If you still have cable, you can just keep Disney Junior on 24/7 and you’ll probably eventually catch this episode when it comes on. Good luck with that.
You could also get Disney+, which allows you to stream every. single. episode of Mickey Mouse Funhouse, including the one in question here. You can also really Mickey out and watch Clubhouse, Roadster Racers, Mixed Up Adventures, and nearly every special or series ever made. Except, of course, some of their racially charged crap they made during the early years.
You can also stream Bluey (which comes with the warning that you will feel like an inferior parent by the end of one episode), Princess Sofia, and any number of well-known and obscure Disney titles, like Cinderella II.
Someone asked, maybe not you, but someone put some thought into Mickey Mouse Funhouse enough to ask Google enough times for them to record specific questions. Here are some answers that may delight the curious mind.
Did Mickey Mouse Funhouse get Cancelled?
No. Sadly, no. It is still going and on season 2. In case you care, it airs on Disney Junior. Some may describe it as a whimsical animated series geared towards preschoolers. It stars Mickey Mouse, Minnie, Goofy, Donald, Daisy, and Pluto with appearances from Pete and other fan favorites (if there is such a thing). And it also features Funny, the enchanted funhouse that comes to life to take them on magical adventures.
Will Mickey Mouse Funhouse be on Disney plus?
Bitch please, it already is on Disney+. You just need a log in or bum one from your friends or family. You may able to find it on DisneyNow or other properties too, but Disney+ is probably your best bet.
What age is Mickey Mouse Funhouse for?
Not you and not any self-respecting adult Disney fan. It is geared towards preschoolers and those slightly older or younger.
Mickey Mouse Funhouse A Big Giant Problem! Review
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Dad's Take - Mickey Mouse Funhouse A Big Giant Problem!
Full disclosure, this post is based on what people are searching for, and for some reason, people are searching for Mickey Mouse Funhouse A Big Giant Problem! I’m not exactly sure why that is considering it is literally a 10 minute or so, second segment of a random episode in the series.
But since people ask, I figured I’d answer.
Yeah, the plot is that Mickey breaks Minnie’s kite. Then he tries to figure out how to tell Minnie and keeps delaying telling her despite Funny telling him he should fess up.
Along comes Willie the Giant who also needs help fixing something he broke. Both Mickey and Willie keep a secret from their friend, until eventually their web of lies comes crashing down and both Annie the Giant and Minnie end up forgiving their respective boy toys.
All ends well.
You’ll laugh, but more importantly cry if you are stuck watching it. You’re child will sit their like they are stoned.
Or you can make the most of your ten minutes and go get something done. I don’t know what, but you can figure that out on your own.
Are there redeeming qualities to this particular episode of Mickey Mouse Funhouse? Aside from a brief break from parenting, I’m not sure you’ll find much in the way of positve things about Mickey Mouse Funhouse A Big Giant Problem!
But maybe, if you search real hard, you’ll find other reasons to like it. Otherwise, be prepared for yet another episode that basically helps rot your brain cells and accelerates your slow decline into madness if you actually watch the damn thing.
They are there… I’m sure they are… Oh, you can get something done if you aren’t trapped under your kid, that’s an indirect pro
Young kids (the target audience) tend to like it
Its 10 minutes too long
Funny is obnoxious
Mickey breaks the kite and makes Minnie sad
If you have Disney+, your kids may want to watch it over and over again