Duckman

Season 4 Episode 7

Role With It

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Aired Saturday 10:00 PM Feb 15, 1997 on USA
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Role With It
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Duckman takes the family and the staff on a holiday to a real Indian reservation, with a casino. While there, a psychiatrist notices Duckman and the rest of the family's overall self-destructive behavior. She offers them treatment that involves a role-playing session that uncovers some of their real issues.moreless

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    Gregg Berger

    Gregg Berger

    voice of Willibald Feivel Cornfed (Cornfed Pig)

    Jason Alexander

    Jason Alexander

    Voice of Eric Tiberius Duckman, Voice of Himself [ episode #48 only ]

    E. G. Daily

    E. G. Daily

    Voice of Mambo

    Nancy Travis

    Nancy Travis

    Voice of Aunt Bernice Florence Hufnagel / Beatrice / Beverly Glenn Hufnagel [ episodes 54 - 70 ]/ Grandma-ma (Sophia) [ episode

    Dweezil Zappa

    Dweezil Zappa

    Voice of Ajax

    Dana Hill

    Dana Hill

    Voice of Charles [ episodes 1 - 49 ]

    Dana Delany

    Dana Delany

    Voice of Dr. Susan Fox

    Guest Star

    Michael Horse

    Michael Horse

    Voice of "Big Chief Fancy Pants" and other Native Americans

    Guest Star

    Russell Means

    Russell Means

    Voice of Unknown

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    • QUOTES (2)

      • Duckman:What makes you think we're dysfuctional?
        Ajax: Look, Dad; I'm eating more fries than ever! Love me, Dad! Love me!
        Dr. Fox: Call it a hunch.

      • Duckman: It's shrinks that made this country touchy-feely! It's shrinks that blab and blab on Sally-Jesse so that teenage nymphomaniacs can't get a word in edgewise. It was shrinks that made me and Mom stop bathing together when I was 15--just when I needed her love the most!

    • NOTES (2)

      • Jason and the cast sing "Pass That Peace-Pipe". The lyrics for the song were written by Roger Edens, Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane. The song appeared in the 1947 film "Good News" and was nominated for an Academy Award as Best Song.

      • This episode starts with a FBI warning that states that your V-Chip is defective.

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