Duckman pleads insanity to avoid paying a $10 fine, ends up trapped in an asylum - and loves it. Things get even better when he's given electro-shock and released: finally our hero is at peace with the world's madness. John Byner guest voices as Dr. Morsink, Bronson Pinchot as Dr. Ducharme, and Victoria Jackson as the sing-songy nurse in this insane asylum.
Did You Know?
The psychiatric doctors who examine Duckman, Drs. Morsink and Ducharme, were named after two fans who created web sites in honor of the show in 1995. The producer, Michael Markowitz, was a regular visitor to the Internet Newsgroup alt.tv.duckman at that time and interacted with fans, drawing inspiration from those interactions for characters and plot lines in later Duckman episodes. See more
Don't you see what's it's like living in this deranged, Waring blender of a world? Every day is an agonizing ordeal, like balancing a pot of scalding water on your head while people whip your legs and butt. Ah, you never forget your senior prom. You think I'm sick? Well the only disease I've got is modern life, a shnug-busting gauntlet of inefficiency and misery that's one long parade of letdowns, putdowns, trickle-downs, shutouts, freezeouts, sellouts, numbnuts, nincompoops and nimrods! All ...
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (Movement 2)
Music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart See more