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Darkwing Duck is an American animated television series produced by The Walt Disney Company. It originally aired on the syndicated programming block The Disney Afternoon and later Saturday mornings on ABC from 1991 to 1992. Reruns of the series continued to air on The Disney Afternoon until 1995 and again between 1996 and 1997. The series originally aired as a preview-run on The Disney Channel in the spring of 1991 before beginning its main runs in September of that year.[1][2] Episode air dates for this preview-run are not currently available. The series featured an eponymous superhero anthropomorphic duck with the alter ego of Drake Mallard, voiced by Jim Cummings. It is the first of two spin-offs of DuckTales, the other being Quack Pack.

A total of 91 episodes were made. Of those, 65 aired in syndication on The Disney Afternoon in the 1991–1992 season (the first two episodes aired as a combined hour-long broadcast of the pilot episode "Darkly Dawns the Duck" the weekend before the series began its weekday run), with 13 more simultaneously airing on Saturdays on ABC in the fall of 1991. Another 13 episodes aired on Saturdays on ABC in the fall of 1992.

The pilot episode "Darkly Dawns the Duck" originally aired on the weekend of Friday, September 6, 1991 (the air date varied by market) as part of a larger syndicated TV special called The Darkwing Duck Premiere / Back to School with the Mickey Mouse Club.[3] Afterwards, "Darkly Dawns the Duck" was edited into a two-part version in which the two parts were treated as two distinct episodes. It is unknown when this two-part version first aired.

The Disney Afternoon episodes and the first 13 ABC episodes are listed separately. In fact, they constituted a single production season, but Disney originally kept the ABC episodes separate from the syndicated episodes for distribution purposes. The first ABC season was re-aired on The Disney Afternoon in the fall of 1992. The second ABC season was not aired on The Disney Afternoon until the fall of 1993, after ABC removed the series from its schedule.

Since the syndicated and ABC episodes are separated here, episodes are not listed according to their broadcast chronology. In addition, even the broadcast order of the first 78 episodes does not reflect their in-universe chronology – for example, Liquidator's origin episode "Dry Hard" was aired after his appearances in "Just Us Justice Ducks" and "Life, the Negaverse and Everything". The series' production order (with the exception of "Darkly Dawns the Duck") most closely reflects the intended chronological episode order.

Series overview[edit]

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast airedNetwork
165September 6, 1991 (1991-09-06)May 20, 1992 (1992-05-20)Syndicated (Disney Afternoon)
213September 14, 1991 (1991-09-14)December 7, 1991 (1991-12-07)ABC
313September 12, 1992 (1992-09-12)December 12, 1992 (1992-12-12)


Season 1 (1991–92)[edit]

No. in
TitleAnimation Timing directed byWritten byVillain(s)Original air dateProd.
11"Darkly Dawns the Duck: Part 1"Dale Case, John Kimball, and Carole BeersStory by : Jan Strnad and Tad Stones
Written by : Jymn Magon and Tad Stones
Storyboarded by : Kurt Anderson and Roy Wilson
Taurus Bulba, Hammerhead Hannigan, Hoof, Mouth, Clovis, and TantalusSeptember 6, 1991 (1991-09-06)[3]4308-052
Darkwing Duck is a little known crime fighter of St. Canard, dying for a big break, and the publicity that goes with it. Yet when he gets on the trail of the infamous Taurus Bulba's latest scheme, he gets into more trouble than he expected, and ends up adopting a young girl, by the name of Gosalyn.
22"Darkly Dawns the Duck: Part 2"Marsh Lamore and Rick LeonStory by : Jan Strnad and Tad Stones
Written by : Jymn Magon and Tad Stones
Storyboarded by : Lonnie Thompson and Hank Tucker
Taurus Bulba, Hammerhead Hannigan, Hoof, Mouth, Clovis, and TantalusSeptember 6, 1991 (1991-09-06)[3]4308-053
Gosalyn is now under Darkwing's protection, but Taurus Bulba is still out to get her, believing she has the Waddlemeyer Ramrod arming code when she actually doesn't know anything about it.
33"Beauty and the Beet"John Kimball, Bob Zamboni, and David BrainWritten by : John Behnke, Rob Humphrey, and Jim Peterson
Storyboard by : Steve Gordon and Jan Green
BushrootSeptember 9, 1991 (1991-09-09)4308-018

Reginald Bushroot, a plant scientist, only wants to make the world a better place to live, but his colleagues mock his passion for plants. When he subjects himself to his own experiments, he becomes a half-plant, half-duck mutant, and now desires to get even with his tormentors.

44"Getting Antsy"John Kimball and Bob ZamboniWritten by : Doug Langdale
Storyboard by : Kurt Anderson and Hank Tucker
LilliputSeptember 10, 1991 (1991-09-10)4308-008
Lilliput, the owner of the local golf course, has invented a helmet that allows him to communicate with ants. He then uses a shrink ray to shrink the buildings and landmarks of St. Canard, using the ants to haul the now-shrunk buildings back to the golf course, where they become part of the course. Eventually Lilliput shrinks Darkwing down to an even tinier size.
55"Night of the Living Spud"Bob Shellhorn and Mike SvaykoWritten by : Steve Roberts
Storyboard by : Ryan Anthony, Holly Forsyth, and George Goode
Bushroot and PoseySeptember 11, 1991 (1991-09-11)4308-040

Bushroot tries to grow a wife for himself, but the result is not the flower that he expected.

66"Apes of Wrath"Marsh Lamore and Rick LeonWritten by : Dev Ross
Storyboard by : Kurt Anderson, Hank Tucker, and Curt Walstaed
Major TrenchrotSeptember 12, 1991 (1991-09-12)4308-016

S.H.U.S.H. sends Darkwing, Launchpad, and Gosalyn to Africa to find missing famous anthropologist Dr. Beatrice Bruté. Darkwing discovers that Major Trenchrot is planning to open a vacation villa for villains.

77"Dirty Money"Mircea Mantta and Bob TreatWritten by : John Behnke, Rob Humphrey, and Jim Peterson
Storyboard by : Jill Colbert and Chris Rutkowski
Ammonia PineSeptember 13, 1991 (1991-09-13)4308-004

Someone is stealing the money in Saint Canard by erasing all ink on the banknotes and leaving them nothing but worthless papers. S.H.U.S.H. Director J. Gander Hooter calls on Darkwing to help solve the mystery but chief Agent Gryzlikoff doesn't trust him. Darkwing discovers that the thief is Ammonia Pine, a woman who used to be a maid until some dangerous chemicals caused her to be obsessed with cleaning.

  • Absent: Gosalyn
88"Duck Blind"Mircea Mantta, Tom Ray, Mitch Rochon, and Terence HarrisonWritten by : Len Uhley
Storyboard by : Victor Cook, Larry Eikleberry, and Jim Willoughby
MegavoltSeptember 16, 1991 (1991-09-16)4308-017
Darkwing Duck falls afoul of Megavolt and comes out blind. Undaunted, DW tries to keep going using a few inventive gadgets, but Gosalyn, Honker and Launchpad almost get killed because of his arrogance. Gosalyn and the gang plan to nab Megavolt themselves, but get caught by him instead.
99"Comic Book Capers"Dale Case, John Kimball, and Bob ZamboniWritten by : John Behnke, Rob Humphrey, and Jim Peterson
Storyboard by : Kurt Anderson and Hank Tucker
MegavoltSeptember 17, 1991 (1991-09-17)4308-036
Infuriated at how he's portrayed in his new comic book, Darkwing decides he can write the comic better himself. But he keeps getting interrupted by everyone, who then add their own little bits. Finally, even Megavolt joins in the writing of the story.
1010"Water Way to Go"Bob Shellhorn and Mike SvaykoWritten by : Dev Ross
Storyboard by : Holly Forsyth, George Goode, and Rich Chidlaw
SteelbeakSeptember 18, 1991 (1991-09-18)4308-001

S.H.U.S.H. has given Darkwing Duck a case to travel to Oilrabia and stop Steelbeak. F.O.W.L.'s top agent is threatening to flood the country with a portable weather machine. The only problem is that Darkwing has agreed to let Launchpad assume the role as hero and be a sidekick himself for the mission.

1111"Paraducks"Bob Shellhorn, Mike Svayko, and Bob ZamboniWritten by : Doug Langdale
Storyboard by : Yi-Chih Chen, Robert Souza, and Hank Tucker
The King and his gangSeptember 19, 1991 (1991-09-19)4308-033

Darkwing goes back in time with Gosalyn and he meets himself in grade school when he was known as "Drakey". He then sees a record shop being robbed by a gang of greasers. Due to Darkwing's inaction, Darkwing's present time gets changed when the duo comes back to the present. Therefore, Darkwing and Gosalyn must again go back to the past to restore it.

  • Title Reference: Paradox (Dictionary definition: "a statement or proposition that seems self-contradictory or absurd but in reality expresses a possible truth.")
  • Absent: Launchpad
1212"Easy Come, Easy Grows"David Brain, Tom Ray, and Mitch RochonWritten by : Marion Wells
Storyboard by : Rich Chidlaw, James McLean, and David Prince
BushrootSeptember 20, 1991 (1991-09-20)4308-024

Darkwing investigates a case in which money is disappearing along with the bank vaults. Bushroot creates a tree covered with money.

1313"A Revolution in Home Appliances"Mircea Mantta, Bob Treat, Vincente Bassols, and Carole BeersWritten by : Gary Sperling
Storyboard by : Holly Forsyth, George Goode, and John Norton
Megavolt and the appliancesSeptember 23, 1991 (1991-09-23)4308-050
Megavolt gets zapped with his new invention, which lets him bring regular home appliances to life. He assembles a group consisting of a salon chair, a refrigerator, a guitar, and a TV. Darkwing Duck has to stop them before they take over St. Canard.
1414"Trading Faces"Bob Shellhorn, Michael Svayko, and Rick LeonWritten by : Julia Jane Lewald and Dev Ross
Storyboard by : Ryan Anthony, Rich Chidlaw, Jill Colbert, and Chris Rutkowski
SteelbeakSeptember 24, 1991 (1991-09-24)4308-014

Darkwing's computer goes haywire causing him to trade bodies with Gosalyn as do Launchpad and Honker. Now Gosalyn must pose as Darkwing to stop F.O.W.L.'s latest scheme – stopping the Earth's rotation in an attempt to blackmail the planet.

1515"Hush, Hush Sweet Charlatan"Carole Beers, Terence Harrison, Vincente Bassols, and David BrainCarter Crocker
Storyboarded by : Sharon Forward and Roy Shishido
Tuskernini and "the phantom"September 25, 1991 (1991-09-25)4308-015

Darkwing Duck investigates the production of a movie, which is plagued by accidents and turns out to be directed by none other than Tuskernini, who has abandoned his life of crime for the cinema.

1616"Can't Bayou Love"Vincente Bassols, Mitch Rochon, David Brain, and Tom RayDean Stefan
Storyboarded by : Elizabeth Chapman, James McLean, and David Prince
Jambalaya Jake and GumboSeptember 26, 1991 (1991-09-26)4308-012

Jambalaya Jake and his alligator Gumbo, both from the bayou, have moved to the city after hearing it was "easy pickings". By using Launchpad as bait, they try and catch Darkwing. But Darkwing shows them first hand that in the city it is in fact no "easy pickings". Debut of Jambalaya Jake and Gumbo.

1717"Bearskin Thug"Mircea Mantta and Bob TreatWritten by : Tad Stones and Pat Corcoran
Storyboard by : Jill Colbert and Chris Rutkowski
SteelbeakSeptember 27, 1991 (1991-09-27)4308-029

Drake takes Gosalyn on a camping trip to teach her about the great outdoors. However, the national park has been evacuated due to a monstrous bear controlled by Steelbeak that has been attacking both campers and wildlife alike.

  • Title Reference: Bearskin Rug
  • Absent: Launchpad
1818"You Sweat Your Life"Vincente Bassols, Mitch Rochon, and Tom RayWritten by : Julia Jane Lewald and Marion Wells
Storyboard by : Elizabeth Chapman, John Norton, David Schwartz, and Wendell Washer
Jock Newbody, Slim, and FlexSeptember 30, 1991 (1991-09-30)4308-013

Darkwing goes undercover at a spa to root out a pair of workers responsible for a museum break-in. To his dismay, Herb and Binkie Muddlefoot tag along. The health spa owner, Jock, has discovered the formula for a fountain of youth. The last ingredient he needs is a feather from a true hero: Darkwing Duck.

1919"Days of Blunder"Bob Shellhorn, Mike Svayko, and Bob TreatJan Strnad
Storyboarded by : Ryan Anthony, Jill Colbert, and Chris Rutkowski
QuackerjackOctober 1, 1991 (1991-10-01)4308-044

Posing as a psychiatrist, Quackerjack convinces Darkwing that being a superhero isn't right for him. With Darkwing out of the picture, the criminal is free to go on a crime spree.

2020"Just Us Justice Ducks: Part 1"Dale Case, John Kimball, and Rick LeonKevin Campbell and Brian Swenlin
Storyboarded by : John Flagg and Wendell Washer
The Fearsome FiveOctober 2, 1991 (1991-10-02)4308-047
Negaduck, Bushroot, Quackerjack, Megavolt, and Liquidator all join together as the Fearsome Five to defeat Darkwing Duck and take over St. Canard. When the other superheroes (Neptunia, Gizmoduck, Morgana, and Stegmutt) hear about it, they band together to form the Justice Ducks. Darkwing, who wants all the credit for the Fearsome Five's defeat, is less than thrilled – but when he faces the Fearsome Five, he soon finds out that the job is more than he can handle.
2121"Just Us Justice Ducks: Part 2"Marsh Lamore, Rick Leon, and Woody YocumKevin Campbell and Brian Swenlin
Storyboarded by : Kurt Anderson and Jim Willoughby
The Fearsome FiveOctober 3, 1991 (1991-10-03)4308-048
The Justice Ducks are each defeated and captured by the Fearsome Five. Darkwing soon becomes their only hope, and the five heroes join in battle against the villains, with the ultimate victors deciding the fate of the whole city.
2222"Double Darkwings"David Brain, Tom Ray, Carole Beers, and James T. WalkerWritten by : Dean Stefan
Storyboard by : Sharon Forward and Roy Shishido
Jambalaya Jake and GumboOctober 4, 1991 (1991-10-04)4308-019

To get revenge on Darkwing, Jambalaya Jake has Granny Whammy mix him up a hex. He mistakes Launchpad for Darkwing (while he is posing as Darkwing Decoy) and targets him with the curse. Now Jamabalya is using Launchpad as a partner in crime, and Darkwing is getting all the blame for it.

  • Note: There are two versions of the episode marked Double Darkwings: in the first, Jambalaya Jake lures Darkwing to a tower by having Gumbo bite a power line, and finally, in the second, Jamablaya Jake lures Darkwing to the power company by causing a blackout by pouring hot sauce into a telephone. Otherwise, the episodes are identical.
  • Absent: Gosalyn
2323"Aduckyphobia"Mircea Mantta and Bob TreatWritten by : Doug Langdale
Storyboard by : Elizabeth Chapman, Yi-Chih Chen, and Robert Souza
Professor MoliartyOctober 7, 1991 (1991-10-07)4308-021

In a parodied version of one of the Marvel Comics superheroes, Spider-Man, a mutated spider bite causes Darkwing to grow four extra arms. When it creates the hero trouble while trying to catch Moliarty, Darkwing adopts a new super-hero identity – Arachno-Duck.

2424"When Aliens Collide"Charles A. Nichols, Bob Treat,
and David Brain
Written by : Jeremy Cushner
Storyboard by : Jill Colbert, Chris Rutkowski, and Robert Souza
WackoOctober 8, 1991 (1991-10-08)4308-056

Gosalyn comes upon a spaceship that has crashed in the park. A cute alien emerges, wearing a rather restrictive collar which he doesn’t seem to be fond of. However, it turns out, that the extraterrestrial is actually a wanted criminal and Darkwing has to stop him.

2525"Jurassic Jumble"Vincente Bassols and Mitch RochonMarlowe Shawn Weisman
Storyboarded by : Ryan Anthony, John Norton, David Schwartz, Curt Walstaed, Wendell Washer, and Jim Willoughby
Dr. FossilOctober 10, 1991 (1991-10-10)4308-031
Honker and Gosalyn track down a set of dinosaur footprints, and are led to the nefarious Dr. Fossil, duck turned dinosaur. With his de-evolution ray and the aid of a passing comet, Fossil plans to end the current life on the planet to give dinosaurs a second chance.
2626"Cleanliness is Next to Badliness"Dale Case, John Kimball, and Bob ZamboniSteven Hibbert and Gary Sperling
Storyboarded by : Jan Green and Roy Wilson
Steelbeak and Ammonia PineOctober 15, 1991 (1991-10-15)4308-039

Steelbeak teams up with agent Ammonia Pine to clean out banks for F.O.W.L. Gosalyn starts a Darkwing fan club.

  • Title Reference: Cleanliness is Next to Godliness
2727"Smarter Than a Speeding Bullet"Charles A. Nichols, Carole Beers, Terence Harrison, Rick Leon, and Arnie WongDoug Langdale
Storyboarded by : Ron Campbell
SteelbeakOctober 17, 1991 (1991-10-17)4308-045

As Steelbeak is stealing rubber duckies, Darkwing's attempt to stop him is interrupted by Comet Guy, a superhero from another planet who is looking for a hero to train him.

  • Title Reference: Faster than a speeding bullet
  • Absent: Gosalyn
2828"All's Fahrenheit in Love and War"Dale Case, John Kimball, and Woody YocumWritten by : Eric Lewald and Dev Ross
Storyboard by : Lonnie Thompson, Richard Morrison, and Craig Kemplin
Isis VanderchillOctober 21, 1991 (1991-10-21)4308-027

Darkwing becomes fed up with the cold, so he decides to go on a vacation. But before he can, he finds out that banks are being robbed, with no forced entry.

  • Title Reference: All's Fair in Love and War
  • Absent: Gosalyn
2929"Whiffle While You Work"Mircea Mantta and Bob TreatWritten by : Ellen M. Svaco and Collen Taber
Storyboard by : Elizabeth Chapman, Jill Colbert, Holly Forsyth, and George Goode
QuackerjackOctober 23, 1991 (1991-10-23)4308-023

Gosalyn and Darkwing are hyped over a video game competition involving the popular Whiffle Boy. However, a toy maker gone insane, Quackerjack, is out to get revenge on the video game industry that put him out of business. Both Darkwing and Quackerjack end up trapped in Whiffle Boy video game.

3030"Ghoul of My Dreams"Vincente Bassols, Carole Beers, Terence Harrison, Dale Case, Bob Shellhorn, Rick Leon, and Bob TreatJohn Behnke, Rob Humphrey, and Jim Peterson
Storyboarded by : Victor Cook and David Schwartz
Nodoff and Morgana MacCawberOctober 31, 1991 (1991-10-31)4308-041

Morgana is using sleep sand to rob the citizens of St. Canard while they sleepwalk. When Darkwing steps in to set things right, he ends up in dreamland. Nodoff, controller of dreamland and supplier of Morgana's sleep sand wants the entire city to snooze, and will see to it that no one gets in his way.

  • Note: Megavolt, Quackerjack, Bushroot, Liquidator, Steelbeak and Ammonia Pine makes non-speaking cameo appearance in Darkwing's dream.
  • Absent: Gosalyn
3131"Adopt-a-Con"Vincente Bassols, Carole Beers, and Bob ShellhornWritten by : Steve Roberts
Storyboard by : Ryan Anthony, Elizabeth Chapman, Rich Chidlaw, Robert Lamb, Swinton Scott, and Roy Wilson
TuskerniniNovember 7, 1991 (1991-11-07)4308-046
In a successful case, Adopt-a-Con means the Adopt A Convict Program. The program has sent Tuskernini to Drake's house. DW is sure that Tusker won't reform, even though he acts as if he has. Posing as Bushroot, he takes Launchpad, Gosalyn, and Drake hostages to fish out Darkwing. But Drake's already a hostage himself.
3232"Toys Czar Us"Marsh Lamore, Rick Leon, and Vincente BassolsWritten by : Ellen M. Svaco and Collen Taber
Storyboard by : Curt Walstaed, Wendell Washer, and Jim Willoughby
QuackerjackNovember 11, 1991 (1991-11-11)4308-043

When Quackerjack learns that parents won't buy his dangerous toys, he decides to create a toy utopia for children, with him as the ruler. Gosalyn gets into trouble at school, causing the principal to suggest Drake take a better look at his parenting. Drake gives up Darkwing to become the perfect parent just as Quackerjack executes his insane plot.

3333"The Secret Origins of Darkwing Duck"Marsh Lamore, Rick Leon, and Carole BeersWritten by : Jan Strnad
Storyboard by : Victor Cook and John Flagg
NegaduckNovember 13, 1991 (1991-11-13)4308-055
In the distant future, Gosaloid (a futuristic version of Gosalyn) and her friend get trapped in the Darkwing Duck Museum after it closes, and hear the alleged story of the "secret origins" of Darkwing Duck (a combined spoof the Superman origin story and the TV series Kung Fu) from a suspiciously familiar janitor.
3434"Up, Up and Awry"Vincente Bassols, David Brain, Mitch Rochon, and Bob TreatWritten by : Dev Ross
Storyboard by : Sharon Forward, David Schwartz, and Roy Shishido
MegavoltNovember 14, 1991 (1991-11-14)4308-042

Gizmoduck comes to St. Canard to help stop Megavolt's latest scheme; stealing horseshoes and cable to build a giant electromagnet. Darkwing is hardly receptive and wallows in self-pity as Gizmoduck takes the spotlight.

3535"Life, the Negaverse and Everything"Rick Leon and Mike SvaykoWritten by : Kevin Campbell and Brian Swenlin
Storyboard by : Lonnie Thompson, Hank Tucker, and Richard Morrison
Negaduck, Nega-Launchpad, and the Nega-MuddlefootsNovember 18, 1991 (1991-11-18)4308-049

While pursuing the Fearsome Five, Darkwing is thrown into a giant cake – which serves as a portal between his world and the Negaverse. In the Negaverse, everything is the extreme opposite of his world and Negaduck is supreme ruler, so Darkwing decides to use his new friends (The "Friendly Four") to change things a bit, which Negaduck does not like.

3636"Dry Hard"Vincente Bassols and Mitch RochonWritten by : Kevin Campbell, and Brian Swenlin
Storyboard by : John Norton, David Schwartz, Hank Tucker, and Wendell Washer
The LiquidatorNovember 20, 1991 (1991-11-20)4308-026

Bud Flood, the crooked owner of a bottled water company, has been sabotaging his competitors' drinking water to promote his own. Darkwing moves to stop him, but Flood falls into a vat of contaminated water, only to survive and become a hydrokinetic mutant known as the Liquidator. Now, Liquidator proceeds to turn all of St. Canard's water hard and DW must stop him.

3737"Heavy Mental"Bob Shellhorn and Mike SvaykoKevin Campbell and Brian Swenlin
Storyboarded by : Yi-Chih Chen, Dale Schott, and Robert Souza
Major Synapse, Hotshot and FlygirlNovember 21, 1991 (1991-11-21)4308-020

Launchpad gains psychic powers, but has trouble controlling them. F.O.W.L. agent, Major Synapse, steals S.H.U.S.H.'s Nora Ray, and uses it on his underlings to give them super brain powers.

3838"Disguise the Limit"Vincente Bassols, Carole Beers, David Brain, Brian Ray, and Bob ShellhornDoug Langdale
Storyboarded by : Ron Campbell
NegaduckNovember 26, 1991 (1991-11-26)4308-063

Negaduck, disguised, frames Darkwing for a series of crimes. Thanks to S.H.U.S.H. director J. Gander Hooter knowing that Darkwing is innocent, he arranges for him to use an experimental S.H.U.S.H. design to go into hiding, which ends up causing him to spontaneously change into whomever he looks at.

  • Title Reference: The Sky's the Limit
3939"Planet of the Capes"Dale Case, John Kimball, and Brian RayWritten by : Ellen M. Svaco and Colleen Taber
Storyboard by : Kurt Anderson and Chris Rutkowski
Ordinary GuyNovember 27, 1991 (1991-11-27)4308-061

When Comet Guy returns, he tells Darkwing he needs him back on his planet. Darkwing thinks that he's going to have to save the planet, until he finds out that everyone on the planet is a hero, and they need him as their "ordinary guy," since the last one left. They want Darkwing to be their 'damsel in distress,' so that they'll have someone to rescue. But Darkwing gets fed up, so he tries to turn Comet Guy into a villain.

4040"Darkwing Doubloon"Carole Beers, David Brain, Vincente Bassols, Terence Harrison, Mitch Rochon, and Bob ShellhornBruce Reid Schaefer
Storyboarded by : Ryan Anthony, Elizabeth Chapman, Rich Chidlaw, Jill Colbert, Roy Shishido, and Curt Walstead
The Fearsome FiveDecember 16, 1991 (1991-12-16)4308-051
Set in the past, Darkwing Doubloon (the penultimate episode of Darkwing Duck from the 1990s) recounts the story of Darkwing Doubloon's adventures fighting the evil pirate Negaduck and his crew of villainous miscreants.
4141"It's a Wonderful Leaf"Carole Beers, David Brain, Bob Shellhorn, Vincente Bassols, Rick Leon, and James T. WalkerWritten by : John Behnke, Rob Humphrey, and Jim Peterson
Storyboard by : Ryan Anthony, Rich Chidlaw, Albert Ring, Phil Weinstein, and Carin-Anne Anderson
BushrootDecember 23, 1991 (1991-12-23)4308-060

The crowded pushy holiday shoppers rub Bushroot the wrong way. He decides to ruin Christmas by taking control of all of St. Canard's Christmas trees.

4242"Twitching Channels"Marsh Lamore, Rick Leon, and Terence HarrisonWritten by : John Behnke, Rob Humphrey, and Jim Peterson
Storyboard by : Kurt Anderson, Chris Rutkowski, and Curt Walstaed
MegavoltFebruary 5, 1992 (1992-02-05)4308-065

Megavolt's latest device accidentally transports him and Darkwing into the real world, where Darkwing Duck is only a cartoon.

4343"Dances with Bigfoot"David Brain, Bob Shellhorn, Vincente Bassols, Marsh Lamore, and Rick LeonWritten by : Ellen Svaco and Colleen Taber
Storyboard by : Ryan Anthony, Rich Chidlaw, Albert Ring, and Phil Weinstein
Bigfoot TribeFebruary 6, 1992 (1992-02-06)4308-069

Drake Mallard disappears and it’s up to the Crimson Quackette to find him.

4444"Twin Beaks"Marsh Lamore, Rick Leon, and Toby SheltonWritten by : Tad Stones and Jan Strnad
Storyboard by : Victor Cook, John Flagg, Curt Walstaed, and Fred Warter
Bushroot, Mutant Alien CabbagesFebruary 10, 1992 (1992-02-10)4308-067

In a parodied version of the TV series Twin Peaks, Honker's parents go missing and all clues point to the mysterious town of Twin Beaks where mutant alien cabbages have begun their conquest of Earth.

4545"The Incredible Bulk"Vincente Bassols and Carole BeersWritten by : Gary Sperling
Storyboard by : Sharon Forward, David Schwartz, and Carin-Anne Anderson
Bushroot and DaisyFebruary 12, 1992 (1992-02-12)4308-062

Bushroot creates a new experimental fertilizer that causes plants to grow large and strong.

4646"My Valentine Ghoul"Dale Case, John Kimball, Carole Beers, Charles A. Nichols, and Brian RayWritten by : Doug Langdale
Storyboard by : Kurt Anderson and Chris Rutkowski
NegaduckFebruary 14, 1992 (1992-02-14)4308-068

Darkwing's refusal of Morgana's suggestion of help makes her very angry, which Negaduck sees as an opportunity.

  • Absent: Launchpad
4747"Dead Duck"Dale Case, John Kimball, Brian Ray, and Mitch RochonWritten by : Carter Crocker
Storyboard by : Steve Gordon, Lonnie Thompson, Phil Weinstein, and Denise Koyama
Megavolt, Beelzebub, DeathFebruary 17, 1992 (1992-02-17)4308-058
When his helmet for the Ratcatcher is damaged while pursuing Megavolt, it results in Darkwing getting killed in a traffic accident and Megavolt getting the fame for it. However, Darkwing doesn't believe that he is dead until the Grim Reaper comes after him.
4848"A Duck by Any Other Name"Marsh Lamore and Rick LeonWritten by : Pat Corcoran
Storyboard by : Viki Anderson, Lonnie Thompson, and Wendell Washer
TuskerniniFebruary 18, 1992 (1992-02-18)4308-006
A news program reveals Darkwing Duck's identity as Launchpad. Tuskernini decides to use the revelation to his own advantage, but fails when the real Darkwing Duck gets in the way.
4949"Let's Get Respectable"Dale Case, John Kimball, Rick Leon, and Woody YocumWritten by : Bruce Reid Schaefer
Storyboard by : Victor Cook, John Flagg, Karl Gnass, and Carin-Anne Anderson
NegaduckFebruary 20, 1992 (1992-02-20)4308-064
After a television program shows that Darkwing has a poor reputation with the public, Gosalyn decides that he needs an image change. Meanwhile, Negaduck plans to use this to his own advantage.
5050"In Like Blunt"David Brain, Marsh Lamore, Rick Leon, and Tom RayWritten by : Kevin Campbell, and Brian Swenlin
Storyboard by : John Norton, David Schwartz, and Wendell Washer
Phineas SharpFebruary 24, 1992 (1992-02-24)4308-002

A nefarious criminal from the past returns, to profit by auctioning off a complete list of all of S.H.U.S.H.'s secret agents. J. Gander teams up Darkwing with the legendary Derek Blunt to intercept the documents before they fall into the wrong hands.

5151"Quack of Ages"Carole Beers and Bob TreatWritten by : Joe Olson
Storyboard by : Sharon Forward, Jan Green, Jim McLean, and Kathleen Carr
QuackerjackFebruary 26, 1992 (1992-02-26)4308-059

To prevent the invention of the yo-yo, Quackerjack travels back to the medieval land of Canardia. Darkwing and Launchpad follow Quackerjack and find Herb and Binkie as King and Queen of Canardia. Posing as the king's advisor, Quackerjack convicts Darkwing as a warlock.

5252"Time and Punishment"Rick Leon, Toby Shelton, and Vincente BassolsWritten by : Dev Ross
Storyboard by : Jill Colbert, Denise Koyama, David Schwartz, and Lonnie Thompson
Darkwarrior Duck, Megavolt and QuackerjackFebruary 27, 1992 (1992-02-27)4308-070

During a battle between Darkwing, Megavolt and Quackerjack, Gosalyn ends up aboard the villains' Time Top, just before it starts up and takes them to the future. Gosalyn finds out that Darkwing has become Darkwarrior Duck, who enforces the law with an iron fist.

5353"Stressed to Kill"Vincente Bassols, Mitch Rochon,
Carole Beers, and Woody Yocum
Written by : Doug Langdale
Storyboard by : Carin-Anne Anderson, Karl Gnass, Roy Shishido, and David Williams
Megavolt and QuackerjackMarch 3, 1992 (1992-03-03)4308-066

Darkwing is constantly getting stressed, so he goes to a stress-free clinic (which is being run by Megavolt and Quackerjack), and they brainwash him. Now he is too calm (not even Gosalyn destroying the house can get him mad) when Megavolt and QuackerJack start a fire that soon starts to spread throughout the whole city, Launchpad and Gosalyn have to try to get DW out of his repressed state.

5454"The Darkwing Squad"Carole Beers, Dale Case, John Kimball, Marsh Lamore, and Bob ShellhornDev Ross
Storyboarded by : Victor Cook and John Flagg
SteelbeakApril 1992 (1992-04)4308-071

J. Gander asks DW to train some of S.H.U.S.H.'s agents. It does not go over well with Agent Gryzlikoff, who joins F.O.W.L. as a double agent. Steelbeak sets a trap for the newly titled "Darkwing Squad" while Gryzlikoff faces off against Darkwing.

  • Absent: Gosalyn
5555"Inside Binkie's Brain"Rick Leon, Toby Shelton, Dale Case, and Marsh LamoreDoug Langdale
Storyboarded by : Kurt Anderson, Karl Gnass, Chris Rutkowski, and Llyn Hunter
MegavoltApril 1992 (1992-04)4308-072

When Binkie Muddlefoot gets hit on the head by a bowling ball, her inner "little hero" escapes and causes her to become the Canardian Guardian. Her endless quest for safety endangers Darkwing's life as he tries once again to capture Megavolt.

  • Absent: Gosalyn
5656"The Haunting of Mr. Banana Brain"Dale Case and John KimballDev Ross
Storyboarded by : Karl Gnass, Craig Kemplin, Denise Koyama, Phil Weinstein, and David Schwartz
Quackerjack and PaddywhackApril 29, 1992 (1992-04-29)[4][5]4308-073
When Gosalyn gets into mischief, a spirit named Paddywhack is unleashed from a jack-in-the-box and possesses Quackerjack's doll, Mr. Banana Brain. As he causes trouble alongside Quackerjack, he grows, feeding from the negative emotions around himself.
5757"Slime Okay, You're Okay"Marsh Lamore, Rick Leon, and Brian RayGordon Bressack
Storyboarded by : John Flagg and Lonnie Thompson
Bushroot and HedgyMay 1992 (1992-05)4308-074

Bushroot creates a formula, intending to create an intelligent plant friend, and Gosalyn ends up sampling it. Now Darkwing has a limited amount of time to find a cure before Gosalyn melts into a pile of goo.

5858"Whirled History"Carole Beers, Rick Leon, Mircea Mantta, Mitch Rochon, Dale Case, and John KimballDoug Langdale
Storyboarded by : Kurt Anderson and Chris Rutkowski
MegavoltMay 1992 (1992-05)4308-077
Forced to work on her boring history assignment, Gosalyn dozes off, and begins sleepwalking. She dreams herself with AstroDuck, a television show character, trying to find the Fountain of Knowledge. While she is learning about famous explorers in her dreams, Megavolt uses her as bait to trap and kill Darkwing in the real world.
5959"U.F. Foe"Rick Leon, Bob Shellhorn, Marsh Lamore, Mitch Rochon, and Bob TreatDev Ross
Storyboarded by : Karl Gnass, Craig Kemplin, David Schwartz, and Phil Weinstein
BleebMay 1992 (1992-05)4308-076
Aliens kidnap Launchpad to make him ruler of the universe.
6060"A Star is Scorned"Dale Case, John Kimball, Ron Myrick, and Bob TreatWritten by : Haskell Barkin and Tad Stones
Storyboard by : Craig Kemplin, David Schwartz, and Phil Weinstein
E. Thaddeus Rockwell and BushrootMay 1992 (1992-05)4308-081

Darkwing's TV producer feels that Darkwing's TV show needs a new gimmick in the form of a spin-off character, which might really be Darkwing's replacement by Bushroot. The scheme is actually a scam by the TV producer to steal money from the show, since it is much cheaper to have a plant such as Bushroot as the main star than an actor such as Darkwing. Herb and Binke Muddlefoot are actors who have act of out characther ruthless business tycoons due to a hidden clause in their acting contract that "The Studio is always Right". The Muddlefoots and Bushroot get to ride in a limousine which Darkwing and Gosalyn have to sneak in the studio disguised as Donald Duck and Louie Duck. Only appearance of Darkwing's fans who recognize Gosalyn but not Darkwing.

  • Title Reference: A Star Is Born
  • Absent: Launchpad
6161"The Quiverwing Quack"Rick Leon, Bob Shellhorn, Mitch Rochon, James T. Walker, and Richard ColladoWritten by : Dev Ross
Storyboard by : Kurt Anderson, Carin-Anne Anderson, and Chris Rutkowski
NegaduckMay 16, 1992 (1992-05-16)4308-078
Gosalyn takes up archery, and bests Negaduck with it. Against Darkwing's wishes, she creates her alter-ego – the Quiverwing Quack – and causes a stir of publicity. She also becomes Negaduck's new target – so he can regain his position as Public Enemy #1.
6262"Jail Bird"Rick Leon, Bob Shellhorn,
Vincente Bassols, and James T. Walker
Written by : Doug Langdale and Michael Maurer
Storyboard by : Karl Gnass, Larry Scholl, and David Schwartz
The Fearsome FiveMay 17, 1992 (1992-05-17)4308-080

Negaduck steals a diamond that can steal other people's powers. After he steals the powers from Bushroot, Megavolt, the Liquidator and Quackerjack, they have to use their weaknesses to stop Mega-Negaduck.

  • Note: Gosalyn appears but does not speak.
6363"Dirtysomething"Dale Case, John Kimball,
Brian Ray, and Richard Collado
Written by : Katie Kuch and Cheryl Scarborough
Storyboard by : John Flagg, Craig Kemplin, Roy Wilson, and Colin Baker
Ammonia Pine and Ample GrimeMay 18, 1992 (1992-05-18)4308-082

It's Ammonia Pine's worst nightmare. FOWL has teamed her with her polar opposite, her filth-loving sister, Ample Grime. It would be easy for Darkwing Duck to stop them. But Gosalyn, not having enough allowance to buy a video game, has discovered that she can cash in whatever she recycles… including the Thunderquack's engine, the Ratcatcher, a few gas guns, etc.

6464"Kung Fooled"Rick Leon, Bob Shellhorn, James T. Walker, Vincente Bassols, Ron Myrick, and Bob TreatWritten by : Victor Cook and George Johnston
Storyboard by : Kurt Anderson, Carin-Anne Anderson, Victor Cook, Craig Kemplin, Chris Rutkowski, and Phil Weinstein
Moliarty and Goose LeeMay 19, 1992 (1992-05-19)4308-075
Darkwing chases Moliarty to the city Kung Pow where he meets up with his old martial arts instructor, Master Lee.
6565"Bad Luck Duck"Dale Case, John Kimball, Vincente Bassols, Ron Myrick, Brian Ray, and Jill HallidayWritten by : Michael Maurer
Storyboard by : Roy Wilson, Kurt Anderson, and Colin Baker
NegaduckMay 20, 1992 (1992-05-20)4308-079
Darkwing Duck is accused of stealing a tribe's jewel and the leader puts a curse on him. Now they have to get it back from Negaduck and stop him from using it. But where is the leader to get the curse off?

Season 2 (1991)[edit]

No. in
TitleAnimation Timing directed byWritten byVillain(s)Original air dateProd.
661"That Sinking Feeling"John Kimball, Bob Zamboni, and Rick LeonWritten by : Tad Stones
Storyboard by : Kurt Anderson and Hank Tucker
MoliartySeptember 14, 1991 (1991-09-14)4308-007
Moliarty, the fiendish genius marketer and mole from the deep underground, has rallied his fellow race for an attack to take over the surface city of St. Canard. Stealing buildings, he creates a beam to lock the moon in an eternal eclipse to plunge everything in darkness.
672"Film Flam"Carole Beers, David Brain,
Vincente Bassols, and Rick Leon
Written by : Bruce Reid Schaefer
Storyboard by : Victor Cook, Larry Eikleberry, and David Schwartz
TuskerniniSeptember 21, 1991 (1991-09-21)4308-034
Tuskernini utilizes a special camera gun to pull characters directly out of movies and into the real world. As director of a specially crafted criminal force, he takes them out on the town to do his bidding.
683"Negaduck"Carole Beers and Tom RayWritten by : Steve Roberts
Storyboard by : Ryan Anthony, Rich Chidlaw, James McLean, and David Prince
Megavolt, Negaduck (negatron version)September 28, 1991 (1991-09-28)4308-025
Darkwing Duck is zapped with Megavolt's tronsplitter, separating his good side from his bad. Another zap with the two sides will restore him to normal, but his negative side is certain not to let that happen. Debut of the original "negatron version" of Negaduck.
694"Fungus Amongus"Marsh Lamore and Rick LeonWritten by : Dev Ross
Storyboard by : Lonnie Thompson, Kurt Anderson, and Viki Anderson
Morgana MacCawber and her board of directorsOctober 5, 1991 (1991-10-05)4308-010

While investigating pizza topping crimes, Darkwing falls for a beautiful, creepy villainess called Morgana MacCawber.

  • Absent: Gosalyn
705"Slaves to Fashion"Carole Beers and Terence HarrisonWritten by : Gary Sperling
Storyboard by : Rich Chidlaw, Victor Cook, Larry Eikleberry, and Roy Wilson
TuskerniniOctober 12, 1991 (1991-10-12)4308-037
Under Binkie Muddlefoot's advice, Drake decides Gosalyn should act more like a "lady". Meanwhile, Tuskernini develops a spray that makes people act the way they are dressed and targets the rich citizens attending the school masquerade party.
716"Something Fishy"Marsh Lamore and Rick LeonWritten by : Steve Sustarsic
Storyboard by : Jan Green and Steve Gordon
NeptuniaOctober 19, 1991 (1991-10-19)4308-028
A day at the beach gets turned upside down when the gang has to deal with attacks from sea creatures. In comes Neptunia, who is sick of the pollution that was dumped in the sea and caused her to mutate. She plans revenge by flooding the city of St. Canard.
727"Tiff of the Titans"John Kimball and Bob ZamboniWritten by : Len Uhley
Storyboard by : Kurt Anderson, Viki Anderson, and Lonnie Thompson
SteelbeakOctober 26, 1991 (1991-10-26)4308-032
Fenton Crackshell, alias the crime-fighting Gizmoduck, heads to St. Canard in pursuit of Steelbeak. The F.O.W.L. agent soon finds out and frames Darkwing so Gizmoduck will think he's evil. The two fight it out, while Steelbeak tries to steal a new, top-secret weapon, the EGRT (Experimental General Retalitory Transport).
738"Calm a Chameleon"Marsh Lamore and Rick LeonWritten by : Dean Stefan
Storyboard by : Viki Anderson, Thom Enriquez, and Lonnie Thompson
Camille ChameleonNovember 2, 1991 (1991-11-02)4308-030
The shapeshifting villainess Chameleon plots to take control of the Howl publishing empire so she can print her own money. Honker undergoes a personality transformation when he is bullied at school.
749"Battle of the Brainteasers"Carole Beers and Terence HarrisonWritten by : Kevin Campbell and Brian Swenlin
Storyboard by : Ryan Anthony, Larry Eikleberry, and Dale Schott
The BrainteasersNovember 9, 1991 (1991-11-09)4308-009

Alien hats invade earth, take control of a slew of nuclear weapons, and demand to be made rulers of the universe. Debut of Flarg, Barada and Nikto.

7510"Bad Tidings"Vincente Bassols, Carole Beers,
and Bob Treat
Written by : Gary Klein and Dean Stefan
Storyboard by : Jill Colbert, Victor Cook, Sharon Forward, and David Schwartz
Steelbeak and F.O.W.L.November 16, 1991 (1991-11-16)4308-038

F.O.W.L. is at it again. The fiendish organization is in control of the tides themselves. J. Gander Hooter teams up Darkwing and Gryzlikoff to foil the plot, and they end up fighting amongst themselves rather than getting to the bottom of things.

  • Absent: Launchpad and Gosalyn
7611"Going Nowhere Fast"Carole Beers, David Brain,
and Bob Shellhorn
Written by : Gary Sperling
Storyboard by : Sharon Forward and David Schwartz
NegaduckNovember 23, 1991 (1991-11-23)4308-057
Negaduck zaps Darkwing with a particle accelerator, unknowingly giving him super speed. Unfortunately, DW soon learns the major side effect – increased aging. With Darkwing old and decrepit, Negaduck easily takes control of the city.
7712"A Brush with Oblivion"Carole Beers, Terence Harrison,
Mitch Rochon, and Vincente Bassols
Written by : Mirith Schilder
Storyboard by : Rich Chidlaw, Jim McLean, and David Prince
Splatter PhoenixNovember 30, 1991 (1991-11-30)4308-022
Honker notices a villainess named Splatter Phoenix making her way through the museum by way of the paintings. When Honker tries to tell people about it, no one believes him. Mostly his parents punish him for going crazy. Gosalyn gets involved and ends up stuck in a painting. At the end Honker was telling the truth about Splatter Phoenix and Splatter has been arrested and Honker punishment has been overturned by his parents.
7813"The Merchant of Menace"Carole Beers, Terence Harrison
and Vincente Bassols
Written by : Peter Hastings
Storyboard by : Ryan Anthony, Sharon Forward and Roy Shishido
Weasel LowmanDecember 7, 1991 (1991-12-07)4308-035

When Quackerware comes to life, S.H.U.S.H. thinks Herb Muddlefoot is behind it. Drake investigates by joining in on Herb's Quackerware sales route.

  • Absent: Gosalyn

Season 3 (1992)[edit]

No. in
TitleDirected byWritten byVillain(s)Original air dateProd.
791"Monsters R Us"Dale Case, John Kimball,
Rick Leon, and Bob Shellhorn
Michael Maurer
Storyboarded by : Carin-Anne Anderson and Kurt Anderson
Monoculo MacCawber and the villagersSeptember 12, 1992 (1992-09-12)4308-085
Morgana introduces Darkwing to her relatives – who are upset to find out that she is dating a "normal" (or as normal as Darkwing can be in comparison).
802"Inherit the Wimp"Dale Case, John Kimball, and Colin BakerGordon Bressack
Storyboarded by : Larry Scholl, Roy Shishido,
Dale Case, and John Kimball
MegavoltSeptember 19, 1992 (1992-09-19)4308-084
Helping with Gosalyn's homework, Darkwing shows her famous Mallards from history. She sneaks back into time with Quackerjack's timetop and brings them to the present. None of them seem to be as great as they were thought to be. When Megavolt steals Darkwing and Launchpad's nervous energy, the failures have a chance to prove they are heroes at heart.
813"The Revenge of the Return of the Brainteasers, Too!"Dale Case and John KimballCharlie Howell
Storyboarded by : Karl Gnass, David Schwartz, and Chris Rutkowski
The BrainteasersSeptember 26, 1992 (1992-09-26)4308-083
Honker has become a galactic hero after foiling Flog and his companions from ruling the galaxy (in Battle of the Brainteasers). The body-stealing alien hats break free from captivity, bent once again to rule or destroy the universe – with a grudge against the young genius.
824"Star Crossed Circuits"John Kimball and Rick LeonBill Motz and Robert Roth
Storyboarded by : Karl Gnass and David Schwartz
The Fearsome Five, Steelbeak and TuskerniniOctober 3, 1992 (1992-10-03)4308-086

In Darkwing's dream, the Fearsome Five, Steelbeak and Tuskernini are tired of defeats, and to get revenge on Darkwing, they futilely create a circuit machine to fix him.

  • Absent: Gosalyn
835"Steerminator"Rick LeonTad Stones and Dev Ross
Storyboarded by : Kurt Anderson and Chris Rutkowski
Taurus Bulba, Steelbeak and F.O.W.L.October 10, 1992 (1992-10-10)4308-089

F.O.W.L. rebuilds Taurus Bulba into a death machine, hoping to create a new agent from him. Bulba refuses their offer and burns only with the desire to have revenge on Darkwing, which includes kidnapping Gosalyn and Honker. To make matters worse, a recent accident has Darkwing in a wheelchair. Can he defeat a new and improved Terminator machine and rescue the kids in his condition?

846"The Frequency Fiends"John KimballBill Motz and Robert Roth
Storyboarded by : Victor Cook and John Flagg
Megavolt, Heatwave, Lightwave and RadiowaveOctober 17, 1992 (1992-10-17)4308-091
Darkwing's new weapon hits Gosalyn. Although she's perfectly fine, three new beings are created, all of which look like Gosalyn, but have powers based on different frequencies: Heatwave (Red), Lightwave (Yellow), and Radiowave (Green). D.W. enlists Megavolt help, but an untrusting Darkwing messes things up. Now the three Frequency Fiends are combined into one super-being, and it's up to the combined efforts of D.W., Launchpad, Goz, and Megavolt to stop them.
857"Paint Misbehavin' "John KimballMatt Uitz
Storyboarded by : Rich Chidlaw, Roy Shishido, and Roy Wilson
Splatter PhoenixOctober 24, 1992 (1992-10-24)4308-090

Darkwing is to appear as the guest of honor at a comic book convention, while Splatter Phoenix terrorizes the town by "improving" boring art.

868"Hot Spells"Rick LeonJohn Behnke, Rob Humphrey, Jim Peterson
Storyboarded by : Larry Scholl, Llyn Hunter, Victor Cook,
Craig Kemplin, and Phil Weinstein
BeelzebubOctober 31, 1992 (1992-10-31)4308-092

Darkwing and Gosalyn go with Morgana to her old magic school, where she is to present her thesis paper. Gosalyn tries to find a shortcut to learning magic. Beelzebub tricks Gosalyn into casting a spell that sends Darkwing into hell where he is confronted with his worst nightmare-spending eternity with the Muddlefoots.

  • Notes: Hot Spells (the only episode of Darkwing Duck) was banned from airing again after its initial broadcast because of its religiously sensitive subject matter, and is the only episode not re-released on home media in the US, being unavailable for purchase on the iTunes Store and Google TV, and unavailable to stream on Disney+, led to be locked away in the Disney vault. The Magic Brooms from Fantasia's "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" make a cameo.
  • Absent: Launchpad
879"Fraudcast News"John Kimball and Jang-Gil KimBill Motz and Robert Roth
Storyboarded by : Denise Koyama, Albert Ring,
Rick Morrison, and John Flagg
The Bugmaster (Bianca Beakley)November 7, 1992 (1992-11-07)4308-095

A news reporter wants to film Darkwing Duck on his cases. But she thinks what Darkwing is doing is too boring. So she becomes a villain for DW to fight to boost her ratings. Will DW be canceled permanently?

8810"Clash Reunion"John KimballBill Motz and Robert Roth
Storyboarded by : Victor Cook and John Flagg
MegavoltNovember 14, 1992 (1992-11-14)4308-094
Drake attends his high school reunion, but it turns out that Megavolt is also a member of his class and is looking for revenge.
8911"Mutantcy on the Bouncy"Rick Leon and Richard TruebloodMichael Maurer
Storyboarded by : Karl Gnass, David Schwartz, and Roy Shishido
Cement HeadNovember 21, 1992 (1992-11-21)4308-093

Gosalyn, working for her school newspaper, covers the three way battle between the Rubber Chicken, Cement-head and Darkwing Duck.

9012"Malice's Restaurant"John Kimball and Rick LeonMatt Uitz
Storyboarded by : Karl Gnass, Larry Scholl, and Chris Rutkowski
NegaduckDecember 5, 1992 (1992-12-05)4308-097

Morgana opens up a new restaurant, but Darkwing forgets to cancel the guests coming to Morgana's Restaurant: The Cute Little Lost Bunnies. Meanwhile, Negaduck plans to turn the C.L.L.B. evil.

9113"Extinct Possibility"Rick Leon and Richard TruebloodTad Stones and Dev Ross
Storyboarded by : Ron Campbell, Chris Rutkowski, and Albert Ring
Johnny T. Rex, Throttle and MudflapDecember 12, 1992 (1992-12-12)4308-096
Darkwing is asked to investigate a mysterious museum discovery – Darkwing himself encased in amber. To solve the mystery of the unusual specimen, Darkwing uses Quackerjack's timetop to travel to the prehistoric past.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ The Disney Channel Magazine, Vol. 9, no. 2, March/April 1991: pp. 2, 38, 43.
  2. ^ The Disney Channel Magazine, Vol. 9, no. 3, May/June 1991: pp. 28, 46.
  3. ^ a b c "Kokomo Tribune TV Update: Friday Sept. 6 – Evening". Kokomo Tribune. September 6, 1991. p. 7. Retrieved September 20, 2014 – via NewspaperArchive.com. Darkwing Duck Premiere / Back to School with the Mickey Mouse Club previews a new Disney cartoon starring crime-fighting detective Darkwing Duck. Also, a Mickey Mouse Club special featuring comedy sketches and music performances.
  4. ^ Marilyn Beck; Stacy Jenel Smith (April 29, 1992). "Richard Lewis, Lee Grant team for NBC sitcom". The Orange County Register. p. F2. Retrieved September 19, 2014 – via NewspaperArchive.com. Hartman plays the voice of the evil Paddywhack on the syndicated series 'Darkwing Duck' airing today.
  5. ^ Marilyn Beck; Stacy Jenel Smith (April 30, 1992). "Disney Pushing Richard Lewis – Lee Grant Sitcom". Rocky Mountain News. Retrieved October 15, 2011 – via NewsLibrary.com. Hartman, who plays the voice of the evil Paddywhack on the syndicated series Darkwing Duck, which aired yesterday.

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