House of Mouse is the former but even better Mickey Mouse Works. "House of Mouse" is a nightclub-type theater, where Mickey himself emcees nightly. Stars of every Disney film ever made are seated in the audience, often becoming part of the show themselves, as Mickey and his friends entertain.
Pete breaks the club's air-conditioner on a very hot day and the only guest left is Hades. Now, Mickey and the gang must stop Pete from driving Hades away and shutting down the club.
Pete agrees to be nice if Mickey lets him perform, but nobody comes to see him. Now, they have to convince Pete that he's performing for a full house in order to keep him from shutting down the club.
It's a mystery when unexplained thefts occur at the House of Mouse, but surely Professor Ludwig Von Drake's new invention, the ""Crimeputer,"" can solve it. ""Mickey Foils the Phantom Blot"": When Von Drake arrives at Mickey, Donald and Goofy's delivery service with a mysterious package that he wants delivered to himself our heroes smell a mystery. The mystery deepens when the package is stolen by the Phantom Blot. Von Drake's House of Genius - ""Teledinger"": Ludwig Von Drake's new invention has a certain ring to it - a Teledinger. Unfortunately, he discovers the invention is already in use ... and commonly known as the telephone.
Mickey and Minnie try to leave for a vacation and leave Donald and Daisy in charge of the club.
The Aracuan bird visits the House of Mouse as the special guest of the evening. However, Donald (remembering him from The Three Caballeros) is not too happy about it, and is being driven insane when he constantly gets blamed for the chaos the bird causes.
It's food day at the House of Mouse. Goofy fills in for Chef Gus after the Chef ate all the food. Mickey tries to find out how Goofy's been making good food. Later on, Mickey has Tinkerbell sneak into the kitchen but Goofy mistakens her as the salt shaker, and stew goes flying everywhere. Mickey learns that Goofy was stirring with the Fairy Godmother's wand that was accidentally picked up earlier. Sandwich Makers - Mickey lets Goofy be in charge when Mickey, Donald, and Goofy had been hired to make sandwiches in a submarine restaurant. Mickey learns to cook - Minnie is tired of cheese and tomato sandwiches, and wants fancy food for their date. So, Mickey starts to plan cooking fancy. While at the grocery store, he overhears Minnie talking to Jose about cooking fancy for her. Mickey tries to cook, but the wind blows the pages, causing Mickey to mix the fancy ingredients, and causes the house to explode. Mickey tells Minnie he tried to cook fancy, and tells her about overhearing her talk
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 McDuck buys the House of Mouse. Realizing that they spend too much money, he increases the prices on everything and slashes all of the club's budgets. Eventually, when the guests are driven away by the gang out-Scrooging Scrooge, the old duck takes back all the money from Pete that he used to pay for the club and things return to normal.
Despite the many characters who can fly, Donald wants to fly like them. He tries tips from the Notre Dame Gargoyles, Scuttle, and Dumbo's partner Timothy Mouse. Finally, Mickey gets Peter Pan to teach him how to fly. (With the help of Tinkerbell's pixie dust too, of course). While he teaches Donald how to fly, Peter also sings a new version of ""You can Fly"".
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.
Chip and Dale try to steal all the nuts in the club, and when Donald tries to stop them, Mickey mistakes the duck for the thief.
Ranger J. Audubon Woodlore and the Brownstone Park Bears, including Humphrey, are hired as the club's janitors when the Magic Brooms go on vacation. Humphrey is more interested in the cuisine than work, leading to trouble.