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."
But wait! In an earlier episode Grand-Ma-Ma herself, not Agnes, is present in the Duckman household, having her endlessly-looping flashback of her girlhood in Russia. So this ep should come *before* that one, shouldn't it?
The name of Duckman's biological father is Red Crocker.
Duckman's dad looks different from the video film with him and Duckman in I, Duckman.
This episode was nominated for 1997 "Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour Or Less)".
The premise of this episode is that Duckman, Bernice and Ajax are going to meet Ajax's new girlfriend, Tammy and her parents. We find out that Tammy's parents are King Chicken and his wife, Honey, but we never meet or even see Tammy.
As Duckman is leaving for the island, he says goodbye to Ajax, Charles and Mambo. This is one of the few, if not only time, that he gets Mambo's name right.
If duckman changes his future self with everything he does, then how can he have more than one future self at one time in a big crowd during the end of the episode?
When visiting the Star Trek convention Cornfed and Duckman are dressed up as Spock and Kirk respectively; later in the fourth season episode "Where No Duckman Has Gone Before" they assume these roles on the starship Enterprise.
Cornfed revealed he was a virgin during episode 4, "Psyche," yet Duckman seems surprised when Cornfed tells him this.
During "Mother Mirabelle's Home Miracle Network", the guest's solved crossword contains the words:
OI, TO, DESCARTES and five times TOOTIE.
you can see uranus turn pink then blue again when dressing duckman.