Duck Dodgers

Season 2 Episode 13

Of Course You Know This Means War and Peace (2)

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Aired Unknown Feb 25, 2005 on Cartoon Network
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Dodgers and the Martian Commander decide to join forces for two dangerous missions. One is to save the Cadet from his Steelworks Prison, and the other is to save the Queen before the Devious Commander takes hold of both Mars and Earth in his plot to rule the universe ...moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • This is the BEST show in Duck Dodgers

    10
    The best episode yet in this show, I LOVE all of the features in this from the fighting to the romance. Shall this show and the characters be blessed for making this episode possible, the best I ever watched. I always think about this when I do anything that has to do with it.Well, the other episodes in this season is O.K. I guess, but, you know. I haven't watched every episode in the third season yet, so I am not sure that this one will be my top favorite. But this will be my top favorite for now yet to come...moreless
  • WOOWEE! Best episode ever! It's halarious! X-2 & Ty'ranny are rockin' fighters! I had no idea Ty'ranny knew Karate! COOL!

    10
    Duck Dodgers is funny, Commander X-2 is cute, the queen is very cool &... well you know what I mean! This episode is so cute! I LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE the part were Commander rescues Ty'ranny & then she kisses him & he starts to blush! At the end she does the same!



    I love Commander X-2! He's so cute! He's a cutsie-wutsie kitty wookums! WOOWEE! I love this whole episode! One of my favorite parts is when Ty'ranny sais, "What DOES Dodgers DO in that bathroom!" then she fals over & tells Commander she needs mouth to mouth precipitation & he sais, "Yes, Your Hiness!" How CUTE!



    I LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE Duck Dodgers!moreless
Joe Alaskey

Joe Alaskey

Duck Dodgers / Martian Commander X-2

Tia Carrere

Tia Carrere

Martian Queen

Bob Bergen

Bob Bergen

Cadet

Corey Burton

Corey Burton

Commander Z-9

Guest Star

John Billingsley

John Billingsley

Dr. Psy-Q Hi

Guest Star

Michael Dorn

Michael Dorn

Martian Centurian Robots

Recurring Role

Richard McGonagle

Richard McGonagle

Dr. I.Q. Hi/Judge Roboticus

Recurring Role

John O'Hurley

John O'Hurley

Captain Star Johnson

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • In this episode, it is established that Protectorate space ships can pass through the Earth's defense shield while it is up. However, in "Trial of Duck Dodgers," the Cadet needed to lower the shield in order for Dodgers' ship to pass it. (Reply: Perhaps the Protectorate modified Earth's defense sheild in an attempt to prevent another stupid mistake as what happened in the said episode.)

  • QUOTES (8)

  • NOTES (7)

  • ALLUSIONS (2)

    • Commander X-2 & Z-9's fembot: You didn't think it was going to be that easy, did you? -- You know, for a minute there, I kinda did.
      During Kill Bill: Vol. 1, The Bride (Uma Thurman} is surrounded by O-Ren Ishii (Lucy Lui)'s minions, the Crazy 88s, leading to the exact same dialogue between Commander X-2 and Z-9's fembot after he surrounds the pursuing fembot with his "Instant Martians, just add water." He first used these guys way back in the Bugs Bunny cartoon, "Hare Way To The Stars." In a quicker and considerably less bloody fight, the fembot takes out the Instant Martians as easily as The Bride took down the Crazy 88s.

    • Cadet: I knew they'd send you after me.
      When Dodgers and X-2 sneak into the prison to rescue the Cadet, they find he's gone nuts and is talking and behaving like a parody of Marlon Brando's Colonel Kurtz in Apocalypse Now. Fortunately, he snaps out of it enough to aid them. Though, he's still angry at Dodgers for betraying him.

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