Moliarty: (As he drinking a soda and eating a hot dog) All the delicacies of the surface world are laid out before me. It's a pity they were out of ketchup.
Soldier: Moliarty! It's Darkwing Duck!
Moliatry: Please I'm eating. This isn't the time to discuss slug lunches.
Solider: But he is loose and attacking our troops.
Moliatry: (Spits out soda) WHAT!This isn't a joke is it. I would hate that.
Solider: No sir.
Moliatry: I hate it anyway.I want him gone. I want him humiliated. I want him run down and bring his remains to me.
Solider: Yes sir.
Moliatry:And I want some ketchup too.
Darkwing: The daring Darkwing Duck defies death yet again, and defeats the dastardly denizens of darkness!
Darkwing: The city of St. Canard is home to a thousand criminals, but not one of them dares make a move, for this city has a guardian who hunts them like a phantom in the darkness. I am that guardian. I am the terror that flaps in the night. I am the winged scourge that pecks at your nightmares. I am... Darkwiiiiing Duck! And I am... totally bored out of my skull!
Moliarty: It's amazing my brilliance doesn't blind people.
Darkwing: I am the number 90 sunblock that will stop your burn!
This episode was made into a children's book under the same name.
When season 2 was originally aired, the title sequence was slightly different than that which has been aired since.
A great deal of the shows opening credits were taken from this episode.
At the end of the episode, Gosalyn thinks of various monikers should she follow in Darkwing's footsteps in becoming a superhero. The first mentioned is the Masked Mallard, a superhero name that was already used by Scrooge McDuck in the same-titled episode of DuckTales.
Moliarity is partially based on the Fantastic Four subterranean villain, Moleman.
It's like the chicken said, "I knew the job was dangerous when I took it": The chicken in question is Super Chicken who was the star of one of the three repeated cartoon segments on the George of the Jungle cartoon.