|Bob's Burgers character|
|Occupation||Ride Operator at Wonder Wharf|
|Behind the scenes|
|First||"Bob Day Afternoon"|
|Voiced by||Bill Hader|
Loren Bouchard ("Beach, Please")
Mickey is a recurring character in the series. He is a former criminal who currently operates rides at Wonder Wharf. In his first appearance, "Bob Day Afternoon", he attempts to rob the bank across the street from Bob's Burgers.
Mickey has messy short red-brown hair, a thin mustache and a small goatee. His usual outfit consists of a gray t-shirt and loose-fitting jeans. He is very lanky, pale and stands at 6'2.
Mickey is generally a kind, if misled individual. He claims to have spent his childhood breaking windows, doing drugs, setting fire to things and even "throwing rats down a river in a bottle," but does not exhibit this kind of violence as an adult. As the Belchers know him, he is extremely sensitive, but otherwise mild-mannered.
Mickey's hero is Superman, despite his criminal history. He has a good sense of humor and enjoys jokes; he also loves Bob's Burgers and seems to have a soft spot for children and animals.
Although he attempts to "go straight," Mickey is reluctant to give up his lawless lifestyle. He attempts to tunnel through the Belcher's basement in "Bob Fires the Kids", lends his criminal contacts to the Belcher children in "Ambergris" and lets Gene and Louise (who is too short) onto the Screamicane at Mr. Fischoeder's behest in "Wharf Horse".
- Mickey is one of the few recurring characters not to appear during the end credits sequence of "Glued, Where's My Bob?"
- He considers his hands to be small in proportion to the rest of his body.
- According to Gene in "Ambergris", Mickey is 5'10.
- Mickey was voiced by series creator Loren Bouchard in "Beach, Please" due to Bill Hader being unavailable.
"Hey, I'm gonna shoot somebody!" - Mickey, upset when one of the cops pretended to be Louise
"That's my Rodney." - Mickey, on the phone with Rodney
"Sorry to eat and run . . ." - Mickey, before he runs from the restaurant when the tear gas bomb goes off