History WesternAnimation / Duckman

23rd Jun '16 6:26:18 PM nombretomado
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** King Chicken always felt the need to explain his vendetta against Duckman was because of being made fun of when they were kids. After his first appearance, though, this tended to be done more for parody - with other characters clearly bored/irritated by repeat utterances. The crowning example was "The Color of Naught," in which a news reporter claims TimCurry has gone into hiding because he doesn't want to be forced to say those lines anymore.

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** King Chicken always felt the need to explain his vendetta against Duckman was because of being made fun of when they were kids. After his first appearance, though, this tended to be done more for parody - with other characters clearly bored/irritated by repeat utterances. The crowning example was "The Color of Naught," in which a news reporter claims TimCurry Creator/TimCurry has gone into hiding because he doesn't want to be forced to say those lines anymore.
22nd Jun '16 12:10:22 PM speedyboris
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* DescriptionCut: In "Apocalypse Not", Duckman's not present at the disaster drill. Bernice says that Duckman's probably stumbling around town with a bondage mask on his face. Cue said scene.
16th May '16 3:43:45 AM Morgenthaler
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* TheMeaningOfLife: In one episode, Duckman dies and meets God, who before sending him back to Earth gives him an Etch-A-Sketch. Duckman is angry about getting such a lame gift, until God tells him that it has the Meaning of Life written on it. By then, however, Duckman's angry gesticulating had erased it completely.
13th May '16 10:15:10 AM speedyboris
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Examples so numerous that a list of moments when the show is ''not'' GettingCrapPastTheRadar would be shorter.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Examples so numerous that a list of moments when the show is ''not'' GettingCrapPastTheRadar would be shorter. [[Radar/{{Duckman}} Now has its own page.]]
11th May '16 4:43:04 PM BenKenobi
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** In "Dammit Hollywood" Duckman is enraged by a family-oriented film he expected to be pornographic. He rants against what he perceives to be the wussification of media.
-->'''Duckman''': Where's all the sex and violence [[MoralGuardians Bob Dole]] promised!?"
29th Apr '16 11:30:20 AM speedyboris
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* {{Pilot}}: There was one that was done as a pitch for the series. It was included on the DVD sets, but unfortunately with commentary enabled as the only audio track so you couldn't hear the dialogue.
27th Apr '16 9:40:53 AM speedyboris
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** In "Inherit the Judgement: The Dope's Trial", Charles and Mambo wander into a trailer park, where one of the residents throws a box out his window and almost hits the duo. Charles asks what the box is, and the man says, "Nielsen Box. Whole trailer park's got 'em."
13th Apr '16 12:10:13 AM SpideyTerry
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* BackForTheFinale: Various guest characters make cameo appearances at the finale's triple wedding.
29th Mar '16 10:46:33 AM speedyboris
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* AnAesop: Tends to get dropped now and then, particularly in regards to censorship.
** "The Once and Future Duck" highlights just how much of a minefield trying to control the future would be, through liberal use of chaos theory (e.g. Duckman going outside leads to his getting an I-beam through his skull, but staying inside leads to his becoming a SassyBlackWoman), leading to his becoming paralyzed by indecision.



* AnAesop: Tends to get dropped now and then, particularly in regards to censorship.
** "The Once and Future Duck" highlights just how much of a minefield trying to control the future would be, through liberal use of chaos theory (e.g. Duckman going outside leads to his getting an I-beam through his skull, but staying inside leads to his becoming a SassyBlackWoman), leading to his becoming paralyzed by indecision.
29th Mar '16 10:46:00 AM speedyboris
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* AmbiguousSyntax: In "Clip Job":
--> '''Harvey''': But now, I and the rest of the world, have been pushed over the edge by one series: ''Duckman''.\\
'''Duckman''': Yes?\\
'''Harvey''': ''Duckman''!\\
'''Duckman''': Yes?\\
'''Harvey''': ''Duckman''! The ''series'' is called ''Duckman''!
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