History YMMV / Duckman

17th Aug '16 7:36:19 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* TheyJustDidntCare: In some scenes of episodes during the fourth season, Charles and Mambo's heads somehow switch places. Usually, Charles's head is on the left while Mambo's is on the right. But then, you'll occasionally hear Dana Hill's (or Pat Musick's) voice coming out of the right head. How did they screw that up when they never had trouble keeping this straight in the first three seasons?
** To see if the audience was paying attention?
** In "Days of Whining and Neurosis", Grandma-ma clearly wheels herself around in one brief scene. I thought she was comatose? (and keep in mind, this episode aired ''before'' "Aged Heat", where Agnes takes Grandma-ma's place for a while)
** In "Westward, No!" Duckman visits a relative's catfish ranch in Louisiana, which is depicted as an arid, rocky desert. It would be a simple RuleOfFunny gag, except no one ever even [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] how utterly wrong that is. It seems like the writers really thought there are deserts in Louisiana.
22nd Jun '16 12:15:27 AM LBHills
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* WhatAnIdiot: Invoked in "A Civil War" when Duckman declares that Val couldn't have killed her husband. Besides other evidence littering the office, he inadvertently presses the play button on a tape recorder on her desk. The tape plays: "Val, put down that gun! You're my wife, don't shoot!" Duckman grabs the tape recorder and smashes it: "I can't hear myself think!"

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* WhatAnIdiot: Invoked in "A Civil War" when Duckman declares that Val couldn't have killed her husband. Besides other evidence littering the office, he inadvertently presses the play button on a tape recorder on her desk. The tape plays: "Val, put down that gun! You're my wife, don't shoot!" Duckman grabs the tape recorder and smashes it: "I can't hear myself think!"think!"
--> '''Cornfed:''' Duckman, you're overlooking evidence that '''no''' detective, [[TakeThat not even you,]] should be able to miss.
24th Apr '16 5:45:58 PM Julayla64
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* TastesLikeDiabetes: Fluffy and Uranus are deliberately this as to annoy Duckman.

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* TastesLikeDiabetes: Fluffy and Uranus are deliberately this as to annoy Duckman. Also counts as the In-Universe versions of TheScrappy.
13th Apr '16 12:00:03 AM SpideyTerry
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** "Sperms of Endearment" features a gag about Cornfed being contractually guaranteed [[MandatoryLine at least 10 seconds of screen-time per episode]]. When the show finally ended, Cornfed was the only character besides Duckman to appear in every episode.
** "Das Sub" features a ShoutOut to Comedy Central's ''WesternAnimation/DrKatzProfessionalTherapist'', with Duckman saying, "They look at you and see what they wanna watch. They look at me and know it's the wrong channel." After ''Duckman'' ended, though, reruns turned up on Comedy Central.



* WhatAnIdiot: In "A Civil War", Duckman declares that Val couldn't have killed her husband, and inadvertently presses the play button on a tape recorder on her desk. The tape plays: "Val, put down that gun! You're my wife, don't shoot!" Duckman grabs the tape recorder and smashes it: "I can't hear myself think!"

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* WhatAnIdiot: In Invoked in "A Civil War", War" when Duckman declares that Val couldn't have killed her husband, and husband. Besides other evidence littering the office, he inadvertently presses the play button on a tape recorder on her desk. The tape plays: "Val, put down that gun! You're my wife, don't shoot!" Duckman grabs the tape recorder and smashes it: "I can't hear myself think!"
23rd Mar '16 11:14:20 AM nombretomado
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** Doubly funny as this episode was rerun on ComedyCentral the day after Strom Thurman died. Possibly done so deliberately.

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** Doubly funny as this episode was rerun on ComedyCentral Creator/ComedyCentral the day after Strom Thurman died. Possibly done so deliberately.
18th Mar '16 10:01:00 PM Hossmeister
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18th Mar '16 12:52:36 PM speedyboris
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** In "Days of Whining and Neurosis", Grandma-ma clearly wheels herself around in one brief scene. I thought she was comatose?

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** In "Days of Whining and Neurosis", Grandma-ma clearly wheels herself around in one brief scene. I thought she was comatose?comatose? (and keep in mind, this episode aired ''before'' "Aged Heat", where Agnes takes Grandma-ma's place for a while)
18th Mar '16 12:51:12 PM speedyboris
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* HilariousInHindsight: In "Cellar Beware", Duckman mumbles in his sleep, "Sssh, Hillary, not so loud. What if Bill hears you?" Considering the Lewinsky scandal three years later, I don't think it's ''Hillary'' we have to worry about having an affair...
15th Oct '15 11:55:26 PM Anicomicgeek
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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: "[[http://youtu.be/SXaCwqY0PmE?t=11m50s That's Us]]", from "Haunted Society Plumbers", with some SugarWiki/FunnyMoments thrown in for good measure.
5th Jun '15 4:57:08 PM saffronpanther
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* FoeYay: PlayedForLaughs on occasion with Duckman and King Chicken's antagonism. Particularly, there's their interaction while drunk and making amends in "Cock Tales for Four", which is lampshaded.
-->'''King Chicken''': You know this means, don't you?
-->''Duckman gives King Chicken an uneasy expression.''
-->'''King Chicken''': [[MistakenForGay No, not that]]. It means...we're friends.
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