Mickey and Minnie's attempts to leave on a much-needed vacation are thwarted by Donald and Daisy's efforts to keep the show on track.
The wacky Aracuan Bird is the special guest at the House of Mouse, much to the dismay of Donald who has to try to keep track of him.
When Minnie goes down into the club's prop basement to find Mickey a birthday surprise and doesn't return, Mickey thinks she's lost and organizes a rescue party.
Goofy becomes "Super Goof" when he eats peanuts contaminated by a weird meteor.
Mickey leaves Minnie in charge of The House of Mouse while he, Donald and Goofy go bowling. Minnie, Daisy, and Clarabelle host Ladies' Night, but Mortimer Mouse is obsessed with being a part of the show.
When things become a little slow at the House of Mouse, Von Drake creates robots that take over the House of Mouse. Much to the dismay of Mickey and the crew.
It's Black-and-White Day and a group of black-and-white cartoon characters visits the club. One of those vintage characters, Dennis the Duck, wants to make Donald (who never found the old black-and-white toons funny) laugh.
It's music day at the House of Mouse, and the bad part is that the Quackstreet Boys (Hewey, Dewey, and Louie) break up. Mickey, Donald, and Goofy have to find a way to get them back together before the guests go into a riot.
Scrooge thinks that their spending too much money at the House Of Mouse so he buys it and makes everything cheap but it`s ticking Mickey and the gang off so they try to get Scrooge to give back the House of Mouse.
Goofy has nothing to do when his head-waiter duties are given to automated touch-screen computers and headset-wearing penguins. So he decides to help out everyone else with their jobs... with disastrous results.
When Hades' amorous advances are rebuffed by Maleficent, he turns to Mickey to learn how to win her heart.
Pete arrives at the club saying everything stinks. So, Mickey and the gang decide to let Pete run the show with some help from the Disney villains (Jafar being the doormat, Ursula at registration, the Weasels waiting tables, Headless Horseman doing gossip, and Big Bad Wolf playing cartoons). After the first cartoon, some of the villain staff were doing bad stuff to the guests, so Pete fires them one by one. Later, Pete gives up being the manager, and Mickey takes back ownership.
Lil' Bad - The Big Bad Wolf teaches his son, Lil' Bad, how to catch the three little pigs for dinner.
Donald's Dynamite - A bomb might ruin Donald's night at the opera with Daisy.
Organ Donors - Mickey, Donald, and Goofy deliver a musical organ to a toymaker, but he wants their organs instead (body parts, not the instrument).
When Mrs. Turtle brings her baby Shelby to the club to perform, Mickey has a very hard time trying to catch Shelby and get him on stage.
Ludwig Von Drake replaces the staff with robotic versions of themselves to make the club more efficient, but everyone soon starts to miss the real versions. Cartoons: Future Mania (2002), Mickey's Mechanical House (1999)