|The New Adventures of Mickey, Donald and Max|
|Created by||Disney Television Animation|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||52|
|Running time||30 minutes|
|Original channel||Disney Channel|
|Original run||January 15, 2013 – present|
The New Adventures of Mickey, Donald and Max is a new Disney crossover animated series which revolves around roommates Mickey, Donald and Max living in a suburb of Disney Land with "colorful neighbors" including Minnie Mouse, Daisy Duck, Roxanne, Goofy, Clarabelle Cow, Horace Horsecollar, Figaro, Huey, Dewey, Louie, Chip, Dale, Pete, Mortimer Mouse and more. The show's plots are adult-oriented than has been seen in past Disney cartoons, such as dating, love triangles, employment and rooming. This gives the show more of a sitcom feel than a wacky-nutty feel in than of the previous Disney series. It is scheduled to begin airing on Disney Channel and Disney XD on January 15, 2013.
- Mickey Mouse (voiced by Bret Iwan) - Mickey Mouse lives in a cul-de-sac of Disney Land with Donald Duck and Max Goof as a roommate. A large difference between Mickey and Donald's friendship in the show is that, whereas Mickey would hardly Donald's flaws in the original cartoons, in the show Mickey is often and openly annoyed at Donald's antics, sometimes to the point of aggression when Donald becomes too obnoxious. In one episode, it was revealed that he got his fame by doing comedy stuff in his debut cartoon.
- Donald Duck (voiced by Tony Anselmo) - Donald Duck is the roommate of Mickey Mouse and Max Goof. Unlike Mickey, Max and their neighbors, Donald has no way of earning money and relies on Mickey for food and shelter. He has tried on numerous occasions to get rich quick, but ended up failing repeatedly. Donald's one possession he is proud of is his Papier-mâché parade float, constructed on top of a minivan, which is his main means of transportation. It was destroyed by a car wash incident, and Donald sought to replace it with a yacht by tricking Max into giving him the expensive loan, but his less-than-stellar boating skills ended that ambition. His parade float is repaired shortly after. While Donald's greed and jealousy of Mickey remains, it appears to be less antagonistic in this show. In the first episode, Mickey openly admits that Donald is his very best friend, despite his faults.
- Max Goof (voiced by Jason Marsden) - Max Goof is one of Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck's friends and roommates. He would often be dragged into some of Donald's schemes. He is described as having wide-eyed boyish innocence making him easy to be dragged into Donald's schemes.
- Minnie Mouse (voiced by Russi Taylor) - A female mouse who is Mickey's girlfriend. She works at a boutique store called "Minnie Mouse's Bowtique." She sometimes has a no nonsense personality. She dates Mickey because "she likes a project".
- Daisy Duck (voiced by Tress MacNeille) - Daisy is Donald's bubbly, kooky girlfriend, and she rapidly talks a mile a minute, whether anybody else is listening or not. At first Donald is in love with her but after learning about her bubbly and kooky personality he wants her away from him. Later in the series, he comes to fall in love with Daisy again.
- Roxanne (voiced by Kellie Martin in Season 1, Grey DeLisle in Season 2) - Roxanne is Max's girlfriend and Minnie's assistant in "Minnie Mouse's Bowtique".
- Mortimer Mouse (voiced by Maurice LaMarche) - Mortimer Mouse is one of Mickey, Donald and Max's neighbors. In the sense of neighbors, he is very similar to Donald. He is a liar, a thief, and a cheat. He tends to annoy Mickey, Donald and Max.
- Pluto (voiced by Bill Farmer) - In this show, Pluto is portrayed like a real dog walking on four legs. He is a pet dog of Mickey's, much to Donald's discomfort. He originally had bloodshot red eyes (later turned white when Mickey uses a taming trick that PJ and Bobby taught him). Initially, Mickey believed Pluto to be a pet and kept him. Eventually Mickey learned the truth and tried to return him to his original master, only to find out that Pluto would rather live with him.
- Goofy (voiced by Bill Farmer) - A dimwitted doglike character who is one of Mickey and Donald's friends and Max's dad.
- Horace Horsecollar (voiced by Bill Farmer) - An anthropomorphic horse who is one of Mickey, Donald and Max's friends. He has worked under various jobs.
- Clarabelle Cow (voiced by April Winchell) - A female anthropomorphic cow who is one of Mickey, Donald and Max's neighbors.
- Clara Cluck (voiced by Russi Taylor) - A female operatic chicken who is one of Mickey, Donald and Max's neighbors.
- Huey, Dewey and Louie (voiced by Tony Anselmo in Season 1, Russi Taylor in Season 2) - Donald's three nephews who own an antique store.
- Pete (voiced by Jim Cummings) - The main antagonist of the show. He once challenges Mickey, Donald, Max and their girlfriends to a skating duel at the ice skating rink.
- Ludwig von Drake (voiced by Corey Burton) - Ludwig von Drake is the local TV newsman.
- Figaro (voiced by Frank Welker) - Minnie's pet cat.
- PJ and Bobby (voiced by Rob Paulsen and Pauly Shore) - Two of Max's friends who runs a pizza parlor called Cheddarlicious. The episode "Saturday Night Slice" showed that Mickey bought his favorite restaurant Tony's to prevent it from being closed and hired PJ and Bobby to help him. When Mickey decides he doesn't want to own a restaurant anymore, he hands ownership of it to PJ and Bobby where they names it "Cheddarlicious".
- Daffy Duck (voiced by Joe Alaskey) - Daffy Duck is a duck from Looney Tunes who is the local Casanova. Daffy is so far the only non-Disney character to make an appearance on the show, despite the fact that The Walt Disney Company never had any ownership of Daffy Duck.
- Chip 'n' Dale (voiced by Tress MacNeille and Corey Burton) - Chip 'n' Dale are shown in short computer-animated segments in Season 1. They now only appear occasionally on the main show.
- Scrooge McDuck (voiced by Alan Young) - Donald Duck's uncle who owns a mansion named after him.
- Doc Static (voiced by Corey Burton) - Exclusive to the TV series, Doc Static is a physician who Mickey Mouse and the other characters often visit. He has originally made original appearances in Mickey Mouse comic books.
|1||Best of Friends||January 15, 2013||Mickey, Donald and Max entered a game show where friends answer questions about one another. However, Donald's lack of knowledge of anything about Mickey and/or Max puts a snag in their friendship. To make it up to Mickey and Max, Donald goes out of his way to purchase tickets himself for a cruise ship using Mickey's credit card, and showers his friends with attention....sometimes with unorthodox methods. Finally, Mickey and Max concedes that they likes their friendship the way it is.|
|2||Members Only||January 22, 2013||Donald manages to sneak into an exclusive country club using another member's number and brings Mickey and Max as his guests. There Donald meets Daisy and the two go out on a date. Quickly, Donald finds himself enmeshed in an inescapable one-sided relationship as he finds her tendencies to be annoying. Donald tries various ways to end the relationship only causing Daisy to become infatuated with him. Soon Donald finds himself engaged to Daisy, but on the wedding day she finally ends the relationship announcing that she has fallen in love with Daffy the wedding planner. Mickey and Max tries to cheer Donald up by making a purchase charged to the member number that he's been using, only to learn that the number belongs to Scrooge McDuck resulting in Donald having to pay back all the money owed as a bathroom attendant.|
|3||Jailbird, Jail Mouse and Jail Goof||January 29, 2013||On a excursion to the Grand Canyon with Mickey, Max and Goofy, Donald is caught littering and is sent to the local court for refusing to pay the fine. While on the witness stand, Max tells his side of the story as the judge notices that Donald isn't wearing any pants causing Donald to run to the gift shop to afford some. Mickey becomes annoyed by Donald's nudity and the two begin to bicker, prompting the judge to throw both of them, as well as Max, in prison on contempt of court charges. Once inside, Mickey and Max became taken to their new environment which is in contrast to Donald who is in a constant state of fear when he encounters Pete. When visited by Goofy, Donald gets a cake from him where Donald expresses disappointment that Goofy never placed anything in the cake to get him out which lands him in trouble with the guards. While working on the chain gang, Donald unintentionally instigates a riot when Pete starts to attack him. This causes Donald, Mickey and Max to escape where they end up jumping in the river. When the three prepare to go their separate ways, the discover that they are still attached by ankle shackles forcing Mickey and Max to remain on the lam. They soon alter their appearance by dying themselves yellow, spend a night, and take jobs as waiters at a roadside diner which is visited by police officers who don't even recognize him. Later that night after a thunderstorm washes the yellow dye off and a thunderbolt breaking off the ankle shackles, Mickey, Donald and Max are apprehended by the nearby police officers and the three are returned to prison much to Mickey and Max's delight. One year later, Mickey, Donald and Max are finally released much to Mickey and Max's disappointment who begs to stay as Goofy drives them home asking Donald if he has learned his lesson about littering. Donald then throws out another can in front of a cop behind a billboard who prepares to pull them over. Goofy then asks Mickey to get his pants out of the glove department for Donald to wear.|
|4||Mouse and Visitors||February 5, 2013||Mortimer Mouse comes up with a plan to take his house off the grid by adding solar power panels to reduce his electricity bills, but when the rainy season disrupts his plan, he starts depending on Mickey, Donald and Max heavily and eventually becomes too much of a burden for them to handle.|
|5||Money Talent||February 12, 2013||Donald tries to prepare his Uncle Scrooge McDuck for a garage sale to help him raise some money for charity funds. Meanwhile, Mickey and Max became instant celebrities when they starred in Bobby and PJ's frozen pizza commercial, but this ends up giving them unwanted attention.|
|6||Class Reunion of 2013-2014||February 19, 2013||Mickey and Max helps Donald try to better himself before his class reunion, but they eventually decide that Donald should just lie about his life so far in order to impress his former classmates. But with Donald's wild imagination, his fibs soon become a bit excessive, and the fact that Mickey and Max became preoccupied with acquainting with all the high school graduates, even though they never went to high school, doesn't help.|
|7||Casa de Plaza||February 26, 2013||Mickey, Donald and Max go to a resort where Donald meets a famous actress. Despite his attempts to impress her, Donald's mischief ends up causing him misery and abuse at the hands of her abrasive bodyguard. Mickey and Max on the other hand earns the actress's affections with their cool calm and collected attitudes. Donald's final attempt to win the actress's side only has him turned back into a duckling due to the effects of the mineral bath and had to be left in the care of his Uncle, whom they'd met earlier.|
|8||Devilish Dog||March 4, 2013||Thanks to Goofy's bumbling, the vicious Pluto escapes from the dog pound and Mickey (mistaking the canine beast for a pet) decides to adopt him. This causes constant terror for Donald, Max and Mickey's other neighbors, until PJ and Bobby helps Mickey tame Pluto for the upcoming dog show. When Donald and Max mistakenly tries to save Mickey by reporting Pluto to animal control, they end up helping the two escape so Mickey can take him to his original master. Despite this, Pluto decides to stay with Mickey. By the end, he has abandoned his murderous instincts in favor of his familiar zany behavior.|
|9||The Horace Horsecollar Story||March 11, 2013||Donald ends up portraying Horace Horsecollar in a movie, but fails miserably ending up in a fist fight. Mickey, Max and Mortimer find a vase buried in the backyard and it could be valuable. It does turn up to be worth $1 million, but Mortimer takes credit for finding, which also ends in a fist fight. Both fights combine, ending with Horace and Donald reconciling and discovering a gold plated turtle in the vase. Unfortunately, the movie is a flop, but Horace is just happy to have had the opportunity to make one.|
|10||Eligible Bachelors||March 18, 2013||The neighborhood’s most annoying bachelorette Daisy Duck ends a bidding war for Donald when she puts $100,000 on the table. She flies Donald to Paris to see the Louvre, Eiffel Tower and Versailles hoping the City of Lights will lead to amour. Mickey and Max are much cheaper dates and Minnie bids on them so she can have some help cleaning her bowtique. She regales the reluctant mouse and doglike character with tales of her time in Paris during World War II where she and Figaro clashed with the Nazi Colonel Adolf the Red-Nosed Reindeer. Mickey and Max are riveted by this discovery.|
|11||Reveal of Fortune||March 25, 2013||While at the mall, Donald ends up trying to get an ice cream store lady to use the tips to pay for the sundae which doesn't go well. Donald later learns that Mickey earns his money from his fame of over eighty years of being popular. After learning this fact, Donald decides that a good invention is the perfect get-rich scheme. He gets to work in the garage “inventing” items that have been around for ages. Since inventing is such hard work, Donald goes for the quick and the dirty, stealing an idea from Mickey’s application called the Road to Success. Donald ends up succeeding causing a reversal of luck on Mickey who ends up moving back to his old life in the black and white era and Max who ends up moving back with his old dad Goofy. Donald rakes in plenty of money at first, but when public complaints about the Road to Success being flammable (since Donald never completed the instructions to the Road to Success) rise and threaten both their lives with the city planning to repossess their home, Mickey and Max get them both out of a huge mess by using his time machine to go back in time to pay for Donald's sundae and not mentioning about his Road to Success. Some time later, Donald Duck goes back in time to show some cavemen the toilet paper which he throws to them. The toilet paper lands on the head of one of the cavemen causing them to attack Donald.|
|12||Triple Date||April 1, 2013||After winning a romantic evening for four (by rigging a contest, of course), Mickey and Max must find the right partners to bring on a dream double-date at a fancy restaurant. Daisy provides them with a script of what every woman wants to hear, and as they reads it, Daisy herself becomes smitten. However, Mickey and Max has already decided that they wants to bring Minnie and Roxanne, two girls who works at Minnie Mouse's Bowtique. They have a great time, but Daisy’s jealousy pushes her into stalker territory. In the end, Daisy starts to get along with Minnie and Roxanne, and Donald complains that Daisy is supposed to be his girlfriend. So Daisy once again becomes Donald's girlfriend, Mickey is dating Minnie and Max proclaims his love to Roxanne. Goofy is shown to be without a date after being previously asked by Mickey. After Mickey drives by in a limo with Donald, Max, Minnie, Daisy, and Roxanne, Goofy comments that he's got to get a girlfriend.|
|13||To Skate or Not to Skate||April 8, 2013||Mickey, Donald and Max goes to the Skating Rink and goes on a triple date with Minnie, Daisy and Roxanne. But when Pete shows up and spray snow on the heroes and their girlfriends, Mickey, Donald and Max decided to enter a ice skating challenge at the rink against him to impress their girlfriends by going over the top and modern.|
|14||Newspaper Thief||April 15, 2013||Donald's morning newspaper seems to be missing, so he concludes there's a thief in the neighborhood—just hours before he, Mickey and Max host a dinner party for their neighbors. When Clarabelle, Clara Cluck and Mortimer arrive, Donald won't let the matter die and attempts to manipulate one of them into confessing to the theft.|
|15||Mickey and Max Gets a Job||April 22, 2013||Donald has taken to snoring, so a sleep-deprived Mickey nearly pushes him off a building before both agree to visit a medical center. Donald is offered a surgery for his deviated septum, but he learns he has a small bump on his beak, and when he elects for plastic surgery, the doctor performs the surgery with surprising results. After visiting Max at his accountant job, Goofy decides to get a job there, but this proves fatal for Max's work ethic.|
|16||Mickey Takes Care of Figaro||April 29, 2013||Minnie left her pet kitten Figaro at Mickey's house unexpectedly, so Figaro's conscience convinces him that Mickey is out to do him in. Meanwhile, Max learns why Mickey calls Donald a bummer when Donald falls for every upsell that is offered to him.|
|17||Saturday Night Slice||May 6, 2013||Mickey Mouse recaps the time on how PJ and Bobby started Cheddarlicious. It started on the day an Italian restaurant named Tony's closed down when Tony and Joe (from Lady and the Tramp) made their fortunes and retired. Mickey Mouse takes action by buying Tony's and ends up getting help from Donald, Max, Goofy, and Horace Horsecollar. When things start to get difficult for Mickey, he ends up calling in PJ and Bobby for help. Upon realizing all he wanted to do was find a place to hang out at on Saturday night, he gives the restaurant to PJ and Bobby.|
|18||The DMV||May 13, 2013||After running a stop sign when taking Mickey and Max to the movies, Donald must take a driving test in order to get a driver's license when his parade float car is impounded. The same thing happens to Daisy (who ends up running a red light and not having her driver's licence) and Goofy (whose driver's license expired). Even if they passed the written test, their driving instructor is Mortimer Mouse. Both Donald and Daisy get their licenses while Goofy failed the written portion, but in reality he had perfect test scores, but his scores got mixed up with Donald and Daisy's respectively. Mickey and Max tries to take Goofy home, but crosses the double yellow lines, and worse, left their wallets with their licenses at home. Despite this, Mickey and Max contentedly decides to walk home.|
|19||Big House Cops||May 20, 2013||Donald goes to see his idol Sherlock Basil, a character on Big House Cops played by Basil of Baker Street (from The Great Mouse Detective). After meeting Basil and realizing his character isn't real, Donald pretends to be Sherlock Basil and starts "arresting" innocent people for supposed crimes with Max acting as Donald's chauffeur (which the chauffeur character being named Dawson Steel many times on the show). Meanwhile, Mickey has to drink less coffee on Doc Static's orders, but Mortimer sells him an energy drink called Spargle as an alternative which Mickey gets hooked on. When Mickey forcefully orders Mortimer to take him to the Spargle factory to obtain more, Donald and Max pursue Mickey to the Spargle Factory to arrest Mickey for his break-in. Donald ends up chasing Mickey throughout the factory until Mortimer breaks up the conflict. Just then, the FBI raids the factory and end up arresting everyone that works there. It turns that Spargle had dangerous chemicals in it that makes the energy drink highly addictive. Donald is also arrested for impersonating a police officer by while Mickey is taken to the hospital. When the lead FBI Agent wants Max's name to put down as a witness, Max states "Dawson Steel" where the FBI Agent just lists him as "chauffeur." Mickey is later shown having only one cup of coffee (albeit an enormous cup).|
|20||Donald "Working" Duck||May 27, 2013||Donald loses his job as a security guard after sleeping on the job during a night-time bank robbery, so he vows to get a new job. After several weeks pass, and all Donald produces is a less than impressive resume, Mickey and Max kicks him out of the house for a while. However, when Donald starts trying to pull his own weight (literally), Mickey signs him up as a muffin man for EnormoHorse. Donald comes across Horace Horsecollar's meeting and makes fun of his personality behind the window. What sounds like direct insults to Horace actually inspires Horace to make Donald his advisor, and eventual successor as CEO. However, Donald's reliance of Horace's advice on asking the muffin man for help ends up sinking the company when he mistakes Goofy for the new muffin man who gives Donald terrible advice which was the opposite of the "Delay the Merger" choice. Ludwig von Drake later reports that EnormoHorse has gone bankrupt following a bad business deal and many of its workers are now out of a job which may have a serious effect on the economy. He also states that CEO Donald has yet to comment on this. Donald is done as a CEO and decides pulling his own weight pulls others down with him.|
|21||French Fried Friendship||June 3, 2013||During a lunch at Cheddarlicious, Goofy announces he has tickets to the playoff game. But when he eats Donald's french fries, Donald vows not to speak to Goofy ever again. It was just a simple misunderstanding, but Goofy decides to cancel the trip to the game anyway. Meanwhile, Mortimer is practicing a field goal to win $1 million, but with little success. Mickey and Max tries to mend the rift between Donald and Goofy, but their plan backfires, causing Goofy to once again cancel the game. Mickey and Max tags along with Mortimer in another attempt to watch the game. While attempting the field goal, Mortimer injures his leg, leaving Mickey to take his place. Back at the restaurant, PJ and Bobby reveals that the french fries were for the whole table.|
|22||Beauty Queen||June 10, 2013||While working on Minnie's beauty school homework, Mickey and Max learns to cut hair and finds their callings in life even to when they poses as Minnie when the real one quits upon getting a promotion at work. Meanwhile, Donald agrees to attend dance lessons with Goofy under the identity of Donna, but this leads to Daisy thinking Donald isn't being faithful, and PJ and Bobby falls in love with his disguise. In the end, Mickey and Max gets their cosmetologist licenses, Minnie gets promoted, Donald and Daisy are still together, Goofy meets a new lady, and PJ and Bobby are heartbroken.|
|23||The Float of a Boat||June 17, 2013||After a car wash accident on his parade float, Donald cons Max out of all his college money and splurges mercilessly in order to obtain a yacht to replace the parade float.|
|24||The Shelf||June 24, 2013||Donald Duck seeks to add a place for his Nobel Prize and plans to put up the shelf himself with disastrous results. Because of an incident where Donald accidentally drills into a water pipe, Mickey Mouse ends up bunking with Goofy and Daisy Duck tries to find Max Goof a new home.|
|25||The M-I-C-K-E-Y Murder||July 1, 2013||Max Goof sees a news report about the Suburban Strangler and the description matches Mickey Mouse causing Max to think that Mickey is the Suburban Strangler. Meanwhile, Donald Duck tends to Daisy Duck who is staying at his house for six weeks after she breaks her leg during a check-up with Doc Static.|
|26||Game, Video Game||July 8, 2013||Mickey thinks that Minnie is lonely due to her living with just Figaro. So Mickey and Max take her out to entertain her in various ways. Meanwhile, Donald becomes obsessed with a video game which causes him problems when he tries to succeed in another level. When this becomes a problem, Donald ends up seeking help from Professor Ludwig von Drake who does hypnotic therapy on him with the video game being a reflection from his sister's neighborhood.|
|27||Waterducks on Three!||September 13, 2013||Huey, Dewey and Louie approaches Donald Duck about him coaching their water polo team called the Waterducks. Meanwhile, Max helps Mickey with his catering by following the recipes of Mickey's mother which ends up getting Max hooked on the food since those recipes contained butter.|
|28||You've Got Wee-Mail||September 20, 2013||Following Minnie writing an E-Mail to her bowtique's manager and then deleting it, Mickey accidentally sends an insulting E-Mail to Donald and everyone (except for Goofy) he knows in which he tells them what is wrong with them where he commented in the E-Mails that Clara Cluck should try singing lessons, Max should be called Maximillian as a name of royalty, and Mortimer isn't offended by the E-Mail which stated that Mortimer was a Bugs Bunny personality of what he isn't. Meanwhile, Daisy wants Donald to be in the family photo of her family. A scuffle with Mickey revolving around the E-Mail he sent ends up accidentally ripping Donald's sailor suit. Ludwig von Drake tells Donald that it will take a week to have his new sailor suit to get sent from a tailor delivery service while also mentioning to him on what Mickey said about him in the E-Mail he got. Daisy ends up planning to cancel the family photo only for Donald to continue the family photo and she drives off. Mickey eventually learns that Minnie never checked her E-Mail yet due to her manager doubling her shift and enlists Max and Goofy to sneak into her house and delete the E-Mail before she gets home. At the dude ranch, Daisy tells Scrooge that they should hold the picture somewhere else as Donald chases after them. When Minnie comes home catching Mickey, Max and Goofy in her house, Mickey, Max and Goofy cover up their appearance by having Max and Goofy catering for him while Mickey has Minnie take a bath. When Minnie is finished with her showering and reads her E-Mail, she is not offended by this as he called Minnie a nice and beautiful girl. Donald catches up to them as Scrooge discovers that he's not wearing a sailor suit. There is a chase scene until the accident where Daisy and Scrooge ends up with not wearing any clothes and instead ends up wearing the costumes from Adam and Eve. Sometime later, Donald's sailor suit has arrived. After Donald accidentally deletes the hate mail to Mickey and hasn't sent an apology letter to everyone else, Clarabelle arrives at the house and punches Donald in the stomach in retaliation to the E-Mail she got. Mickey tells him that "time heals all wounds." In the final scene, Mortimer is in a book club at his house and states that he didn't like the book and regains his appearance where he drives everyone out.|
|29||Itsy Bitsy Chipmunk||September 27, 2013||When Dale goes missing, Mickey, Minnie and Max team up to find him. Meanwhile, Donald tries to catch a large African sand spider that got into his house.|
|30||Rebel Without a Glove||October 4, 2013||Mickey misplaces a glove and is deeply affected by the loss which causes him to lose sight of his identity. When Donald used his gloves for his work on his car and ends up washing it when they are dry-clean only, Mickey tries to find some replacement gloves where he ends up with some biker gloves (the gloves store doesn't carry white gloves for men anymore) which causes problems when he starts acting like a biker. Upon learning the definition of his name, Max decides to change his name where he considers himself "Professor Gilbert Goof" with Mickey telling him that "Professor" is a title that has to be earned. "Professor Gilbert Goof" ends up covering for Professor Ludwig von Drake at Donald's class.|
|31||Semper Lie||October 11, 2013||In order to get out of going to the Broccoli Farm Festival with Goofy, Mickey tells a lie that gets out of hand and ends with Donald joining the Marines (which Donald thought involved a group that viewed marine life).|
|32||Uncle Figures||October 18, 2013||Scrooge McDuck enters himself and Donald Duck in a country club's uncle and nephew tennis tournament as he considers Donald to be like a nephew to him. Scrooge puts Donald through the training for the tournament as part of a bonding experience. Meanwhile, Max joins Mickey in the Uncle Figure Program. While Mickey is the uncle figure of Baby Shelby (who only wants to cause trouble for him), Max gets a uncle figure in Horace Horsecollar despite objection from Clarabelle as Donald was one who ruined Horace Horsecollar's movie and destroyed EnormoHorse. When Donald and Scrooge make it to the finals, they discover that Max and Horace are also in the finals. When it comes to Donald and Scrooge's match against Max and Horace, Shelby ends up interfering with the tennis match by targeting Horace Horsecollar. Horace is rushed to the hospital while Shelby is arrested. Scrooge apologizes to Donald that they didn't get to finish the tournament. Donald tells Scrooge that there is a uncle and nephew golf tournament. At the hospital, Doc Static asks Horace on how a baby turtle attacked him in the tennis match. Max admits that he is not 7 years old as Horace states that Max was the best nephew he had. Max tells Horace that he is leaving the uncle and nephew program due to Clarabelle getting him banned from the uncle and nephew program. Baby Shelby gets his sandwich from Mickey Mouse as Mickey continues the uncle and nephew program. In the final scene, Max and Horace go to a western club as they continue their uncle and nephew charade.|
|33||Customer Service||October 25, 2013||A dispute over cable company called Trans-Buena Vistatron leads Donald to seek revenge at Trans-Buena Vistatron's customer service representative, Baby Shelby. Meanwhile, Mickey tries to get a job as a customer service representative supervisor at Trans-Buena Vistatron. At the same time, Minnie approaches Max about how to be positive and upbeat after she is suspended from her job for getting angry at a customer.|
|34||The Mouse, the Duck, the Goof and the Average Disneyland||November 1, 2013||Goofy and Donald compete in a marathon. Donald ends up being trained by Max following him getting dehydrated from his first jogging attempt. Meanwhile, Minnie is determined to repay Mickey for saving her life from her burning house while trying to get people to sign her petition in order to get her money back to give to the orphanage.|
|35||It's a Disney Store||November 8, 2013||Max's handbag (which keeps getting mistaken for a purse) has gone missing during his time at the Disney Store's food court and goes into a stage of depression. Mickey goes to the mall to look for a new handbag which Max claims to be irreplaceable. While out at the mall, Minnie mistook Mickey getting Max a new handbag as a gift for their anniversary and goes to the ends of the Earth to find Mickey a gift.|
|36||Mickey's Christmas Carol||November 15, 2013||When the overwhelming heat zaps everyone's enthusiasm for Christmas, Daisy decides to stage her own version of A Christmas Carol to renew the town's holiday spirit. Meanwhile, Horace and Donald set off for the North Pole to set up a giant fan that will blow cold air down to their sweltering town. When Donald fails to put the plug in, the job is done by Santa Claus upon his arrival at Daisy's play.|
|37||Policy in Minnie's Bow-Tique||November 22, 2013||Minnie wants to make policy in Minnie's Bow-tique, but Daisy wants to participate.|
|38||We're In Big Ratatouille||November 29, 2013||While looking for some ratatouille in Disneyland National Park, Mickey and Max get lost in the woods. Meanwhile, Donald watches over Baby Shelby while Mrs. Turtle is at a Turtle's Convention in the 5th Dimension and receives the reluctant help from Daisy.|
|39||Dear Scrooge||December 6, 2013||After seeing a movie, Donald tells Daisy the meaning of a Dear Scrooge letter. After Max broke the microwave when he thought that he can open a can of tuna with it, Donald asks Bobby and PJ to have their restaurant's handyman named Scrooge to fix the microwave. A mix-up leads Daisy and Donald to break up when Daisy mistook a letter left for Scrooge to have the microwave fixed and around the part when she left her letter that was meant for the local insects which Donald misinterpreted. Daisy joins a monastery that involves a vow of silence while Donald sails around the world. Meanwhile, Max learns that Mickey is on the city council and takes advantage of it by being elected to city council.|
|40||Mickey Mouse, Esquire||December 13, 2013||When Minnie's uncle, Mortimer, comes for a visit, Mickey pretends to be a lawyer in order to impress him as a suggestion from Daisy. Mickey persuades Donald to act as his slacker roommate. During Mickey's time as a lawyer with Daisy acting as his secretary, his first client is Mortimer Mouse who burnt the roof of his mouth on a hot pizza and wants Mickey to sue Cheddarlicious.|
|41||Spread The Magic Feather and Fly||December 20, 2013||At the self-help seminar held by Dumbo Airlines, Donald is inspired learn how to fly. Meanwhile, Mickey Mouse and Mortimer Mouse end up in a feud when they both suspect each other of stealing each other's stuff.|
|42||The Black Widow||December 27, 2013||Donald wants to go on spring break for fun and drags a reluctant Max along.|
|43||Mrs. Max Mouse||January 3, 2014||Max and Mickey decide to start a business together selling "cheese, ham, ham, ham, tomato, ham and tomato sandwiches, with cheese" to capitalize on Max's fine cooking skills and Mickey's acute business mind, but friends and business don't always mix as is seen when tensions flare between them.|