"Angry Mickey" is my name for a figurine you see on the ESPN show "Pardon the Interruption." It's a sports talk show with two sportswriters Michael Wilbon and Tony Kornheiser. The set is littered with numerous figurines, toys, a Northwestern U. football helmet and photos and drawings on the walls, including "South Park" versions of the guys behind Wilbon. "Angry Mickey" is behind Kornheiser, but you don't always get a good look at it; it depends on where the camera is placed in front of Kornheiser.
I call the figurine "Angry Mickey" because that's what he looks like. He's scowling, his hands are fists (he's got a "What you lookin' at?" expression). Also, his face is pure white, but his shoes are yellow and his shorts are red; he looks like the pre-"Fantasia" Mickey, the one on Mickey's Fun Wheel.
This version of MM is so unlike the happy, gregarious MM we all know, I just gotta have it! Can anyone help?