Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man: Season 3, Episode 7

Apocalypse Not (24 Feb. 1996)

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During an emergency drill which called for the city to be evacuated, Duckman is the only one who missed all of the notices and the drill, leaving him to believe that he is the only person left alive on Earth.



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Episode cast overview:
Eric Duckman (voice)
Bernice / Beatrice (voice)
Gregg Berger ...
Cornfed Pig (voice)
Ajax (voice)
Charles (voice)
Mambo (voice) (as E.G. Dailey)
Pat Musick ...
Fluffy / Uranus (voice)
Mayor Gallagher (voice)
Movie Actress (voice)
Akers (voice)
Walt Reno Jr. ...
(voice) (as Walt Reno)


Not knowing the whole town is in an underground shelter for a disaster drill, Duckman thinks he's the last duck on earth and launches an orgy of looting and destruction - till he meets the last woman. Guest voice provided by Roddy McDowall. Written by Anonymous

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Mike Judge' was slated to record a cameo as _"Beavis and Butt-head" (1993)_ for the episode "Apocalypse Not", but a lawsuit erroneously accusing B&B of encouraging children to start fires prompted him to pull out at the last minute (that particular episode features scenes of mass destruction when Duckman mistakenly believes he's survived the end of the world and goes about trashing downtown). See more »


References Apocalypse Now (1979) See more »

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