Sitting Ducks follows the adventures of Bill, a duck, and Aldo, an alligator.
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Sitting Ducks follows the adventures of Bill, a duck, and Aldo, an alligator. Bill's neighbors in idyllic Ducktown, Ed, Oly and Waddle, often drag the mismatched duo into wacky, and sometimes dangerous adventures. Aldo shows remarkable restraint and patience with his feathered friends, but other gators, who reside in neighboring Swampwood, are more interested in ducks as snacks than as pals. Written by Nunn Yabeznezz

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A surprisingly great show
21 February 2004 | by See all my reviews

Despite the fact that almost everything about the show is incredibly mundane (solving a case of hick ups, trying to get a generally feared member of society to a picnic, etc etc).

Basically, the show centers around a well-liked member of Ducktown named Bill and his friend Aldo, an alligator (a species normally feared in town, but because of his passive attitude, makes him an exception). Usually the episodes are fairly simple, but are relevant to some adult problems (i.e. a gregarious and often preoccupied relative visiting and her timid cousin trying to spend some quality time with her). The show doesn't rely on crude humor or violence, using simple slapstick and goofiness to keep viewers entertained. The voice actors are generally very good and keep everyone sounding very natural. The music relies heavily on honking (you know, duck theme? . . .ahh nevermind) and bongo drums, as well as other percussion instruments and is very well done. The animation is entirely CG and is absolutely beautiful for a television series. The characters move incredibly fluidly and everything looks natural.

Some may find the show incredibly boring, because everything is very relaxed and laid back, in comparison to the normally faced media, but I find it to be a great change of pace, and I enjoy the show greatly. Highly recommended to anyone who enjoys comedy or cartoons.


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