Doom Patrol (2019– )
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Donkey Patrol 

The Chief has disappeared and the only clue that the team has to his whereabouts is an average donkey.

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Dermott Downs

Writers:

Arnold Drake (based on the characters created for DC by), Bob Haney (based on the characters created for DC by) | 5 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Diane Guerrero ... Crazy Jane
April Bowlby ... Rita Farr / Elasti-Girl
Joivan Wade ... Victor Stone / Cyborg
Alan Tudyk ... Eric Morden / Mr. Nobody
Matt Bomer ... Larry Trainor / Negative Man
Brendan Fraser ... Cliff Steele / Robotman
Timothy Dalton ... Niles Caulder / Chief
Riley Shanahan ... Robotman
Matthew Zuk ... Negative Man
Phil Morris ... Silas Stone
Julie McNiven ... Sheryl Trainor
Kyle Clements ... John Bowers
Curtis Armstrong ... Ezekiel the Cockroach (voice)
Sydney Kowalske ... Clara Steele
Gabrielle Byndloss ... Patty
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The Chief has disappeared and the only clue that the team has to his whereabouts is an average donkey.

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Trivia

Phil Morris who plays Silas Stone in this episode also played another prominent DCU character Martian Manhunter/J'onn J'onzz in the CW series Smallville (2001). See more »

Goofs

At the end of the Pilot, Elasti-Girl's leg is bulging, but when they pick up the scene at the beginning of this episode, her leg is normal. See more »

Quotes

Eric Morden: Alas, our merry band of misfits were not equipped for grand acts of heroism just yet. That was a finesse that dear old daddy hadn't bothered to teach them.
Niles Caulder: Who are you talking to?
Eric Morden: Grant Morrison fans, Reddit trolls with DC subscriptions, and the three new fans who stuck around after the donkey fart.
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Connections

References Taxi Driver (1976) See more »

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Up from the South
Written by Thomas Brenneck, Daniel Foder
Performed by The Budos Band
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Hug the Donkey
6 March 2019 | by d.rustSee all my reviews

PSSST! You wanna have a hit TV show? Put a donkey in it.

Sorry, there's no anthropomorphised bespectacled simian in this show. Just a bunch of average -- uh, sorry -- BELOW average superheroes trying to get their Chief off the bus.

Enter a superduper Detroit dood who's got metal in his head and various parts of his body, except possibly a detachable penis, no wait! That's another show called The Wilbur or something with some robo-romeo. He's been going around stopping bad guys ripping off people getting money out of their local ATM. Apparently he's been best buds with Niles Caulder for a while, and of course those of us who pay attention know that Caulder is the Chief. So there's your connection.

And the meantime, we got this bad guy who not only has the terrible habit of explaining his eeevil plan, has a tendency to narrate the story. So, not only is he EEEVIL, he's annoying as hell. But very edgy. We like edgy. He's also the guy with the Donkey. Worse, the donkey has deadly green tinged flatulence. Plus, the Donkster is the KEY (nudge, nudge, wink, wink). I'll say no more, say no more!

If you've been wishing the Academy would just CLOSE, it's too late: they released all their episodes in a massive seed spreading failure. Stick with the Patrol. They may be total #LUSERS, but we love 'em, just the same. Just like when you went out with that special someone in highschool, you didn't see them ALL DAY LONG FOR A WEEK! Nahh, you dated for a few months and you took your time, making your date the highlight of the week. DOOM PATROL is like that.


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Release Date:

22 February 2019 (USA) See more »

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