Darkwing Duck (1991–1992)
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Twitching Channels 

Megavolt discovered a way to get into all of St. Canard's television sets, so that no matter what channel you're on, all you'd see is Megavolt! Darkwing, of course, immediately tries to put... See full summary »

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Tad Stones, Alan Zaslove
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Episode cast overview:
Christine Cavanaugh ... Gosalyn Waddlemeyer-Mallard / Girl (voice)
Dan Castellaneta ... Megavolt (voice)
Jim Cummings ... Darkwing Duck / Drake Mallard / Herb Muddlefoot (voice)
John Frost John Frost ... Additional Voices (voice)
Tino Insana ... Additional Voices (voice)
Katie Leigh ... Additional Voices (voice)
Mark L. Taylor ... Additional Voices (voice) (as Mark Taylor)
Susan Tolsky Susan Tolsky ... Additional Voices (voice)
Frank Welker ... Additional Voices (voice)
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Megavolt discovered a way to get into all of St. Canard's television sets, so that no matter what channel you're on, all you'd see is Megavolt! Darkwing, of course, immediately tries to put a stop to it, but he and Megavolt get zapped to another world full of beak-less, featherless creatures where Darkwing Duck is only a cartoon! Can the long-time enemies work together to get themselves back home? Written by Abigail

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5 November 1991 (USA) See more »

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Megavolt: They called me crazy! They called me insane! They called me looney! And, boy, were they right.
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References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »

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Television set dilemma
27 May 2018 | by TheLittleSongbirdSee all my reviews

'Darkwing Duck' has always been a show dear to my heart. One of those favourites from a young age that holds up really well, and is even more entertaining through adult eyes from appreciating the writing and stories even more.

Have been on a roll reviewing individual episodes for certain shows, animated, non-animated and of as many genres as possible (many as part of certain quests), and decided to do it with 'Darkwing Duck' and some others. Something that, as expected and hoped, has proven to be a more than worthwhile project and experience. "Twitching Channels" is one of the best episodes, and exemplifies what is so great about the show.

Maybe a few too many characters, but that it features one of the show's best villains Megavolt elevates an already very good episode to a great one.

The animation is very colourful and atmospheric as always however. The music matches what is going on perfectly while it is impossible to forget one of the catchiest theme songs in animation.

Writing is witty, very funny without being too silly and thought-probing without being complicated. Things don't get too childish and it is all easy to follow. The story is compelling and lively in pace without being rushed, and executes a nice idea imaginatively without being too silly. Darkwing is an immensely likeable and fun title character and Launchpad never fails to bring a smile to my face. Gossalyn adds a lot of spunk and really spices things up even more, she is not a brat neither is she too overly-cute.

Jim Cummings fits Darkwing like a glove, it is always lovely to hear him in non-villain roles when he excels just as well in them. Christine Cavanaugh is a major part of why Gossalyn works so well as a character, and Terence McGovern is note-perfect for Launchpad. Dan Castellaneta is terrific as Megavolt.

Overall, great. 9/10 Bethany Cox


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