Duckman's bitter Uncle Moe announces that he has only weeks to live and wants to spend them with his least favorite relative - Duckman. Duckman is convinced by his family to do his best for Moe in his last days. Duckman tries so hard that Moe admits to faking his illness just to torture Duckman. They get in a heated argument, Moe keels over ... and dies. Robert Klein provides the voice for Uncle Moe, and Joe Walsh is himself, singing a song written by Duckman in Moe's honor. Other guest voices include Bob Guccione and Joe Mantegna. Written by
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[singing to the tune of "Life's Been Good"
# My name is Moe and I was an old man/It took me hours to go to the can/Time made me deaf, made it harder to see/Enlarged my prostate so I couldn't pee/I was a mean and vindictive old guy/Nobody liked me, not hard to see why/But Heaven can take me, it really still can/if all of you girls will sleep with Duckman/ Lucky I'm dead after all I've been through/Everybody say oy-vey. #
# I can't complain but sometimes I still do/Life was good to me '...
References Love! Valour! Compassion!
Life's Been Good
Music and Lyrics by Joe Walsh
Special Lyrics by Michael Markowitz See more