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Favourite Duckman Moment

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    cale12

    [1]Dec 23, 2006
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    it is hard to remember all of the great duckman moments since it has been such a long time since I have watched them, but my favourite duckman moment that I can remember is the one where duckman and the gang are trapped in a cage by king chicken and they keep saying fog which sounded very close to the f word.
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    Lonestarr357

    [2]Jan 18, 2007
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    - everything in "Clip Job", esp. when Harry Medfly made the constant references to television shows

    - the Apocalypse Now flashback in "In the Nam of the Father" ("You have no right to judge me. You have a right to kill me, but not to judge me. No, wait. Judge me, don't kill me. Yeah, that seems better.")

    - the "pretentious role-playing from a movie nobody remembers" in "Gripes of Wrath"

    - the "Call the police"/"Queen of hearts" scene in "The Mallardian Candidate"

    - anytime one of Duckman's alternate selves appeared in "The Once and Future Duck"

    - the high school flashbacks in "From Brad to Worse"

    ...and many more. Lord, how I love and miss this show.

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    Office_Ninja

    [3]Feb 29, 2008
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    The "Funky Duckman" flashback scene from "Grandma-ma's Flatulent Adventure"
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    TayLawAbrahamse

    [4]May 5, 2008
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    I like the "I've got a thermometer that'll leave you bed-ridden for a week! Hello, Nursie!"

    Oh, and the visuals to the "Ghetto Highlights" from Coolio Runnings. Its nice that they could make their episodes conclusion about the father and son bond without words, I can't really think of any show thats ever done that for any subject. Another favorite is the ending of About Face. Most comedy shows can't pull off an incomplete feeling ending without frustrating fans, but they did it with that. (Example that made some fans angry: the end of South Park's "Stanley's Cup", I loved it though)
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    mowub

    [5]Nov 14, 2008
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    Ah yes, in Research and Destroy, when Bernice is yelling at that beatnik. "FOGGING GET US A FOGGING TABLE RIGHT FOGGING NOW!!!"
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    ssimonds1

    [6]Nov 27, 2008
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    The Duckman Dance. You thrust your pelvis. HUH.
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    rockymtnbri

    [7]Jan 6, 2009
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    Just picked up the DVD set and watched the episode where Duckman has to stay at Fluffy and Uranus' home, and they uncharacteristically curse a blue streak at Duckman when he destroys their things! It's especially interesting to see them enjoy their outburst, feeling liberated!
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    TVMan16

    [8]Jan 10, 2009
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    The entire episode of "American Dicks" That was the first episode I saw (I saw it on youtube yesterday).

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    mowub

    [9]Feb 3, 2009
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    Color of Naught had a very inventive premise, draining all the color out of everything until they became sketchy animatics.
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