History WesternAnimation / Duckman

10th Aug '16 12:29:22 PM speedyboris
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** In "The Road to Dendron", a reprise of "We're Off on the Road to Dendron" plays, with Duckman and Cornfed singing "We don't know what we'll find in Dendron, buddy, but we know it's gotta be twenty-three minutes and nineteen seconds long!" The word "long" is appropriately cut off.
9th Aug '16 8:34:03 AM speedyboris
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* DidTheyOrDidntThey: The last act of "It's the Thing of the Principal" has Duckman and Bernice freaked out at the possibility that they slept together after getting drunk in the hotel room's hot tub.
9th Aug '16 8:30:05 AM speedyboris
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* DrinkOrder: Duckman takes a bunch of them in "Cellar Beware".
--> '''Duckman''': "Flaming" this, "blend-and-brew" that... whatever happened to the manly drinks? The kind that made you go blind, puke 'til you drop, then wake up six days later married to the daughter of some over-protective father who would pay you to get it annulled?
8th Aug '16 6:57:56 PM speedyboris
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* AccidentalMisnaming: A RunningGag where Duckman forgets Mambo's name and calls him something else.
** In "Cellar Beware", there's a rapid fire batch of these:
--> '''Kent''': I'll have a Manhattan straight up, bartender.\\
'''Duckman''': I ''live'' here!\\
'''Kent''': Ah. Kent.\\
'''Duckman''': Han.\\
'''Cathy''': Cathy.\\
'''Duckman''': Elaine.\\
'''Gene''': Gene.\\
'''Duckman''': Ronny.\\
'''Edna''': Edna.\\
'''Duckman''': Dorothy.\\
'''Glen''': Glen.\\
'''Duckman''': Phil.\\
'''Beth''': Beth.\\
'''Duckman''': Rochelle.\\
'''Dave''': Dave.\\
'''Duckman''': Jeff.\\
'''Jenny''': Jenny.\\
'''Duckman''': Susan.
29th Jul '16 9:28:17 AM Technomaru
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* BigDamnHero: [[spoiler:Agnes Delrooney and Tony Randall in "You've Come a Long Way, Baby!"]].


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* EnemyMine: [[spoiler:Agnes Delrooney and Duckman in "You've Come a Long Way, Baby!"]].


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** King Chicken is known for this but his VerbalTic has his evil laughs end with a "Bawk Bawk Bawk". Bonus Points for being voiced by Tim Freakin' Curry!


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* King Chicken developed a hatred for Duckman because Duckman used to bully him in High School... at least according to the Topps Comics adaptation.


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* VerbalTic: King Chicken ends his EvilLaugh with "Bawk Bawk Bawk".
19th Jul '16 9:47:31 AM speedyboris
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** "[[{Pun}} Howard's End]]"

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** "[[{Pun}} Howard's End]]""Literature/HowardsEnd"
4th Jul '16 10:58:00 AM BenKenobi
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** Taken to a hilarious extreme in "Grandma-ma's Flatulent Adventure" where Duckman is delivering a eulogy at a funeral parlour owned by Tetzlov. He looks up when he is done speaking to see the funeral parlour is now a video game arcade.
--> '''Tetslov''': "Turn's out you need a license to operate a funeral home! So I set up this video arcade instead. You'll have to leave now you're scaring the children."
30th Jun '16 7:20:29 PM BenKenobi
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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.
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.
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