"Joking the Chicken" is an episode of Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man starring Jason Alexander, Nancy Travis, and Gregg Berger. Duckman cannot understand the inexplicable popularity of a non-offensive comedian, until he learns the hack comic's secret.

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... Eric Duckman (voice)
... Bernice / Beatrice (voice)
... Cornfed Pig (voice)
... Ajax (voice)
... Charles (voice)
... Mambo (voice) (as E.G. Daily)
Pat Musick ... Fluffy / Uranus (voice)
... George Herbert Walker 'King' Chicken (voice)
... Marvin (voice)
... Iggy Catalp (voice)
... Roxanne (voice)
... John (voice)
... (voice)
... (voice)
Walt Reno Jr. ... (voice) (as Walt Reno)
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Duckman cannot understand the inexplicable popularity of a non-offensive comedian, until he learns the hack comic's secret.

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11 June 1994 (USA)  »

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Eric Duckman: I know you all came here to see Iggy Catalpa, because you think he's funny, because you like his style, because you just plain like him, right? But you just think you do. Because you were manipulated into thinking you do by him: King Chicken. He did it the same way they manipulate us into buying toothpaste, car wax, even politicians. All pre-packaged, the least offensive, most appealing alternative. But it's precisely when humor is offensive that we need it most. Comedy should provoke. It ...
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Ha Ha
Music by Alf Clausen
Lyrics by Michael Markowitz
Sung by Tim Curry
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