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Michael Moby is the original director of the movie, Man On the Border.
He had hired actors, actresses, and film crew workers that were blacklisted by the Screen Actors Guild, hard-luck cases. On his payroll, he hired a lawyer named Willard, who Nip Todd met first-hand in Mike's office before getting unceremoniously getting kicked out by the director himself. Feeling that Moby's movie must be stopped before it was movie "more toxic than Birth of a Nation", Nip had gathered the ENTIRE cast and film crew to devise a plan. After having heard that Michael Moby was a total hypochondriac, Nip and Ruth Pennywise had Mr. & Mrs. Lapine's children visit the him during a tour of the studios (six had the sniffles!), rendering him completely sick. A moment later, Vixina gave the "ailing" director a spoonful of her homemade cold remedy, which knocked him out, and as Nip filmed the movie with newly-hired Eddie as director, the script was rewritten and the film was remade. How they did it was very cleverly ingenuous: in the films that they (Nip, Ruth and the movie crew) made, there was a decorative jar placed in the scenes to tell the cameraman which reel is their film shot with the plentiful amounts of test footage.
Upon finding out that his film wasn't made better like he had planned, Michael Moby ran to the projectionist's room, ranting and roaring what the film was supposed to be, and made some nasty remarks about what the producers were supposed to do. Unfortunately for him, the producers were RIGHT BEHIND Michael, angered at what they just heard what he referred them as. Nip showed what was "the director's cut" of the producers were supposed to see on a DVD. It took only fifteen minutes before the producer made Mike write himself out picture, thanks to the persuasion of the producers' much-better lawyers.
Michael Moby later re-appeared on the cruise ship that the Todd Family and friends were on, bragging to Zelda Porcupine about what he had in mind for a new movie. When Zelda said a reply that tweaked his nerve, Mike launched a tirade at the young radio hostess, who cut him off in mid-sentence, and said things about himself and Hollywood that cut Mike to the quick, making him weep like a child that had been punished.
Basically, Michael Moby is a hippopotamus and a parody of Michael Moore.
The whereabouts of Micheal Moby are unknown.