Cornfed: I'd dream I fell & hurt my head my head on a fishbowl, hurt myself just bad enough to work graveyard shift at a convenience store. A group of Hari Krishnas always came in at 4am and bought 16 gallons of Mr. Slushi and a package of banana flavored Ding Dongs, then the Swedish Bikini Team jumped out of a magazine and read Moby Dick to me inside a giant carton of cottage cheese. Why? I'd ask myself, what could it mean? Am I mad or is the world just a mystery to complex to understand?
Cornfed: No one else could have created the family you did... I mean that in a good way.
Ajax: Is it possible to love a sandwich so much you don't want to eat it, cause then it'll be gone?
Uranus: Be good to your bowels, and they will be good to you.
Fluffy: Hello Mr. Duckman. Being aware of your little digestive problem we made you a bran muffin and a mug of steaming liquid grit.
Duckman: What the hell are YOU staring at?!!!
Duckman: I brake for animals...if they're big enough to dent my car.
Ajax: Yeast cakes! Every bite a nutritional pot-pourri.
Bernice: You were supposed to get your dog neutered, I caught him looking funny at the hamster again!
This is the only episode where Duckman gets Mambo's name right, and on the first try.
Music by Frank Zappa included in this episode:
No director was credited for this episode. Also the episode was dedicated as follows: Dedicated with fond memories to Frank Zappa.
Walt Reno is the father of Writer/Executive Producer Jeff Reno.
The title of this episode is a parody of the Isaac Asimov novel, I, Robot.
Duckman's home movies parody, in order, the Mickey Mouse cartoon "Steamboat Willie", Popeye, Yogi Bear, and The Simpsons.