Season 4 Episode 28

Four Weddings Inconceivable

Aired Saturday 10:00 PM Sep 06, 1997 on USA



  • Trivia

    • In this episode it is revealed that King and Honey Chicken have been married for 9 years and have never had sex. However, in the episode Cocktails for Four, they have a teenage daughter, Tammy (who is never seen).

    • It's a little late in the series, but Bernice and Beverly's last names are revealed to be "Hufnagel."

  • Quotes

    • Duckman: But if he waves his finger once more I'm going to break it off.
      Cornfed: Don't you mean, buh, buh, break it off!

  • Notes

    • About the cliffhanger, Michael noted (in Sep 1998) on the newsgroup:
      "We never formally planned Part II... and I'll never tell what I personally had in mind. I'm hoping to leave it to my heirs, for the inevitable day when Duckman is revived by future generations. Ah, the Spandex suits they'll wear, the hovercrafts they'll fly!"

    • Writer/producer Michael Markowitz notes:

      In "Four Weddings Inconceivable" the role of Dana Reynard, Ben Stein's bride, was written for Elle Macpherson, who agreed to do it. But at the last minute, her schedule was changed twice, making it impossible for her to record the show. For many of us on the Duckman staff, this was a much, much bigger disappointment than even the show's cancellation.
      Speaking of Dana Reynard, for you X-Files fans, "Reynard" is French for "fox."
      Speaking of Reynard the Fox, the word comes from the medieval epic "Le Roman de Renart," or "Reynard the Fox." For you UCLA fans, this is where Bruin the Bear comes from. Nothing to do with Duckman, just interesting.

    • This episode ends of a major cliffhanger, that may or may not ever be resolved. Let's all hope it is, on a different channel at a better time.

  • Allusions