Duckman and his family take a vacation to an "Indian Reservation" - which ends up being a casino. Obnoxious and crass as usual, Duckman captures the attention of an esteemed psychologist ... See full summary »

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... Eric Duckman (voice)
... Bernice (voice)
... Cornfed Pig (voice)
... Mambo (voice) (as E.G. Daily)
... Charles (voice)
Pat Musick ... Fluffy / Uranus (voice)
... Ajax (voice)
... Dr. Susan Fox (voice)
... Big Chief Fancy Pants (voice)
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... Brian Hackett
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Duckman and his family take a vacation to an "Indian Reservation" - which ends up being a casino. Obnoxious and crass as usual, Duckman captures the attention of an esteemed psychologist who attempts to help the family before it violently self-destructs. Finding "common ground" by bashing on Duckman, they all realize that, no matter what, they are the only family they've got. Guest voices include the Native American actor Russell Means, Steven Weber and Dana Delany. Written by Anonymous

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15 February 1997 (USA)  »

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Dana Hill's final acting project. See more »

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References Wings (1990) See more »

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Pass That Peace Pipe
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Music by Roger Edens and Hugh Martin
Lyrics by Ralph Blane
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We all have issues.....
2 August 2012 | by See all my reviews

This episode manages to tackle two subjects we all refuse to see: "We are Humans, therefore we aren't perfect" as well as the quickness we are capable of judging other people while failing to see our flaws and manages to tackle it with the witty, satirical yet touching way that only "Duckman" is capable of. From the moment the family arrives at an actual Indian Casino onwards, it all promises a half hour of the debaucherous, screwball mishaps we all know and love. But things get an unexpected turn when the family meets a psychiatrist who offers them a therapy session after watching the overall crass and chaotic behavior of them (especially Duckman!) Things quickly escalate into verbal and physical violence, to the point where the psychiatrist decides to do a little role play, which culminates with everyone in the room lashing out to Duckman. I will keep the rest to myself, in order to keep the mystery of the final minutes. But I can assure you that you will not be disappointed.


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