Trivia: Duckman

  • Actor Allusion: Wilbur Nelson who appeared in the "American the Beautiful" episode was voiced by Alan Young, who previously played two other characters sharing the first name: Main character Wilbur Post from Mister Ed and Wilbur Bowser in an episode of Encounter.
    • Duckman is said to have had a relationship with a Seinfeld-obsessed blind woman who thought he was Jason Alexander in a duck suit. As a Brick Joke, said woman has kidnapped Jason, who is wondering who this woman is, and why she's talking about him having a duck suit.
    • In the finale ("Four Weddings Inconceivable") King Chicken proposes to Bernice, asking "In the movie Clue, what was your favorite ending: A, B, or C?" to determine if they're truly compatible.note 
  • Composers: Scott Wilk and Todd Yvega composed for all 70 episodes. Various music and songs from Frank Zappa were also used in the first two seasons.
  • Cross-Dressing Voices: Brian Doyle-Murray plays Agnes Delrooney. Amusingly, he doesn't even attempt to sound like a woman at all.
    • Dana Hill (and her replacement Pat Musick) also count for the role of Charles. And E.G. Daily as Mambo.
  • The Danza: Ben Stein had a recurring role as a psychiatrist named...Ben Stein.
  • Hey, It's That Voice!:
  • Playing Against Type: Not a specific actor, but studio; so this cartoon, a raunchy, crudely-drawn Simpsons clone that aired on USA Network, was brought to you by... the same people who created the Nicktoons Rugrats, The Wild Thornberrys and As Told by Ginger?!
  • The Other Darrin: When Dana Hill (the original voice of Charles) died while in a diabetic coma, Pat Musick was hired to replace her.
  • Screwed by the Network: While USA treated the first three seasons fairly well (even though it did air on Saturday evenings, which is when TV ratings aren't really sky-high), most of season 4 aired in the wee hours of the morning. Is it any surprise it was canceled after that?