History WesternAnimation / Duckman

18th Feb '18 2:27:07 PM system
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18th Feb '18 1:51:09 PM FSHGHGTHJTGF
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18th Feb '18 1:18:45 PM nombretomado
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* TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation
1st Feb '18 3:10:05 PM UchuuFlamenco
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* PelvicThrust: Duckman's HappyDance "The Funky Duckman" consists entirely of this.
24th Jan '18 4:41:56 AM Cryoclaste
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** The episode "The Mallardian Candidate" is itself a [[Literature/TheManchurianCandidate shout out]]. The evil organization in the episode also has a [[NineteenEightyFour Room 101]] in their HQ.

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** The episode "The Mallardian Candidate" is itself a [[Literature/TheManchurianCandidate shout out]]. The evil organization in the episode also has a [[NineteenEightyFour [[Literature/NineteenEightyFour Room 101]] in their HQ.
29th Nov '17 9:14:04 PM RAVasquez1967
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* OrgyOfEvidence: In "A Civil War," Duckman's lust for Val de Ree, the hot widow of a murdered business executive, leads him to ignoring multiple clues, including a bloody knife, an actual SmokingGun, a recording of the murder, [[NotInFrontOfTheParrot a parrot yelling "Stop it Val! You're killing me!"]], and the victim's still-warm body. [[spoiler: It was actually the factory's burly foreman in a [[LatexPerfection disturbingly form-fitting Val costume]].]]
11th Oct '17 5:14:36 PM Malady
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** The episode "The Mallardian Candidate" is itself a [[TheManchurianCandidate shout out]]. The evil organization in the episode also has a [[NineteenEightyFour Room 101]] in their HQ.

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** The episode "The Mallardian Candidate" is itself a [[TheManchurianCandidate [[Literature/TheManchurianCandidate shout out]]. The evil organization in the episode also has a [[NineteenEightyFour Room 101]] in their HQ.
24th Sep '17 11:19:35 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* GenreSavvy: Invoked often.
--> '''Cornfed''': Good thing we knew that psychotic killers always return after their apparent deaths.
19th Sep '17 2:49:02 PM GreatKeith
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* AFoolForAClient: Cornfed warns Duckman about representing himself in "Inherit the Judgement: The Dope's Trial".

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* AFoolForAClient: Cornfed warns Duckman about representing himself in "Inherit the Judgement: The Dope's Trial".Trial", especially since Duckman had already won his case at that point. In a twist, he actually not only manages to retain his win, he enrages King Chicken to the point of blabbing his entire plan and turning the entire case on its head.



* KarmicDeath: The two burglars in "Cellar Beware"; they stole, among many things, Charles and Mambo's solar-powered magnet invention. When one of the burglars tells the other to open the sunroof, a ton of metal objects instantly are sucked onto their car, presumably crushing them to death.

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* KarmicDeath: KarmicDeath:
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The two burglars in "Cellar Beware"; they stole, among many things, Charles and Mambo's solar-powered magnet invention. When one of the burglars tells the other to open the sunroof, a ton of metal objects instantly are sucked onto their car, presumably crushing them to death.death.
** In "They Craved Duckman's Brain", Roland Thompson tries to kill Duckman to prevent the cure for cancer from being issued to the piblic because it would cut into his profits from healthcare. He crashes into a truck appropriately labeled "Poetic Justice" full of cigarettes that burn up and cause him to contract and die from cancer within ''seconds'' from the smoke.
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