The
Darkwing Duck
Episode Guide


Episode
1
Title
Darkly Dawns the Duck, Part 1
Broadcast Date
September 8, 1991
Production Code
4308-052
Writer
Tad Stones
Story Editor
Tad Stones
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Hammerhead Hannigan - Hal Rayle
Taurus Bulba - Tim Curry
Clovis - Marcia Wallace
Mrs. Cavanaugh - Marcia Wallace
Warden Waddlesworth - Laurie Faso
Hoof and Mouth - Eddie Deezen
Summary
Taurus Bulba, criminal mastermind, has stolen the Waddlemeyer Ramrod, and he believes the late Professor Waddlemeyer's granddaughter, Gosalyn, has the arming code. Darkwing, sought by the police under the mistaken charges of robbing a train, must protect her while staying clear of the police long enough to catch Bulba and prove his innocence.
Things to notice
 Hammerhead's condor is named Tantalus.
 Bulbaís convict number is 7132.
Fun Quotes
 ...dastardly deliquents deposited on your doorstep....
Name-calling
 Taurus Bulba calls Darkwing a Costumed Clown.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the switch that derails your train.
Goofs
 After Hoof and Mouth steal the soldiers' uniforms, they have a different type of gun than the ones the soldiers had.
 While hovering above the train car in Launchpad's plane, Launchpad's window is visible through Darkwing's head.
 During the car chase, Darkwing passes the same stores over and over again.
 The picture in the newspaper showing Darkwing fighting Hoof and Mouth couldn't have been taken. The train conductor didn't start taking pictures until after they were defeated.
 Towards the end of the episode, the number on Taurus Bulba's prison uniform changes to 7432.

Episode
2
Title
Darkly Dawns the Duck, Part 2
Broadcast Date
September 8, 1991
Production Code
4308-053
Writer
Tad Stones
Story Editor
Tad Stones
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Hammerhead Hannigan - Hal Rayle
Taurus Bulba - Tim Curry
Clovis - Marcia Wallace
Mrs. Cavanaugh - Marcia Wallace
Warden Waddlesworth - Laurie Faso
Hoof and Mouth - Eddie Deezen
Summary
Under Darkwing's care, Gosalyn ends up revealing the ramrod arming code in the form of a lullaby her Grandfather used to sing. But a newly escaped Taurus Bulba lures Darkwing out to find his secret lair at the Audobon Bay Bridge and turn him over to the police. Launchpad, Darkwing's biggest fan, springs him loose, becoming his new sidekick with his fanmade superhero jet - the Thunderquack. They race to Bulba's flying base of operations for a showdown which ends in a shattering explosion. Later, a bruised and battered Drake Mallard arrives at the St. Canard Orphanage to adopt Gosalyn.
Things to notice
 Gosalyn's lullaby
   Close your eyes, little girl blue,
   Inside of you lies a rainbow.
   Yellow, blue, red, blue, purple too,
   Blue, purple, and green, then the yellow.

   Rest your head, little girl blue,
   Come paint your dreams on your pillow.
   I'll be near to chase away fear,
   So sleep now and dream 'til tomorrow.
Fun Quotes
 ...itís a tachyo-specific device that disrupts gravitational bonds on a molecular level, and allows manipulation on a macro scale....it makes things float.
 Eat Fiber, Horn Head!
 Darkwing Duck is gonna crunch you like a stale corn chip!
Name-calling
 
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the thing that goes bump in the night.
 I am the neuroses that requires a five hundred dollar an hour shrink.
 I am the jailer who throws away the keys.
 I am .. feeling really stupid (arriving early).
 I am the surprise in your cereal box.
 I am the chill that runs up your spine.
Goofs
 The buttons in the photograph that Hammerhead shows to Mrs. Cavanaugh are all grey, but when Gosalyn shows Darkwing the photograph, the top row of buttons are in color.

Episode
3
Title
Beauty and the Beet
Broadcast Date
September 9, 1991
Production Code
4308-018
Writer
John Behnke, Rob Humphrey, Jim Peterson
Story Editor
Kevin Crosby Hopps
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Dr. Gary - Frank Welker
Dr. Larson - Frank Welker
Dr. Reginald Bushroot - Tino Insana
Dr. Rhoda Dendron - Jennifer Darling
Dean Tightbill - Frank Welker
Spike - Frank Welker
Summary
Reginald Bushroot, 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, the "Doctor Dolittle of the Plant World", and it's time to get even with his tormentors.
Things to notice
 Darkwing says the combination to the Darkwing Files Vault is 36R-42L, but when he looks on his foot, it says 15L-36R-62L.
 Dr. Reginald Bushroot works at St Carnard University, Lab 356.
Fun Quotes
 Son of a broccoli!
 Reggie's a Veggie!
 Eat Dirt!
 OK, Bushroot, the sprig is up!
Name-calling
 Bushroot is called Big Begonia, Villanous Vegetable, Flipped-out Felonious Flora, Overgrown Garden, Wacky Weed, Vengeance-crazed Vegetable and Flower Face by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the termite that devours your floorboards.
Goofs
 

Episode
4
Title
Getting Antsy
Broadcast Date
September 10, 1991
Production Code
4308-008
Writer
Doug Langdale
Story Editor
Kevin Crosby Hopps
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Honker - Katie Leigh
Hamburger Hippo Cook - Jim Cummings
the ants - Frank Welker
giant snail - Frank Welker
Lilliput Gooney - Frank Welker
Blob and Ray
Summary
The owner of the local mini-golf, Lilliput, has invented a helmet that allows him to communicate with ants. He uses a shrink ray to shrink the buildings and landmarks of St. Canard, and then uses the ants to haul the now-shrunk buildings back to Gooney Golf, where they become part of the course. When Darkwing discovers this, Lilliput shrinks him down to a tiny size, smaller than an ant.
Things to notice
 
Fun Quotes
 ...bleary-eyed bastion of bravery and bravado...
 Dextrous do-gooder Darkwing Duck dips and dodges, deftly defying disaster.
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called Darkwing Duckie by Lilliput.
 Darkwing calls himself Darkwing Dot and Darkwing Doormouse.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the smallest, weakest thing in the whole place.
Goofs
 Why is it that when Gosalyn hits Lilliput with the shrink ray on enlarge, it enlarges Darkwing, but not Lilliput?

Episode
5
Title
Night of the Living Spud
Broadcast Date
September 11, 1991
Production Code
4308-040
Writer
Steve Roberts
Story Editor
Duane Capizzi
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Honker - Katie Leigh
Duane - Frank Welker
Posey, the vampire potato - Frank Welker
Bushroot - Tino Insana
Herb - Jim Cummings
Binkie - Susan Tolsky
Tank - Dana Hill
Zeke, Jake, scout - S.Scott Bullock
Summary
Tired of being told women won't date him because he's just a shrub, Bushroot tries to grow a wife for himself, and accidentally creates a vampire potato. Darkwing and Launchpad track Bushroot into the country, where a strange truck driver named Duane tells them about the giant potato. Darkwing thinks Duane is just crazy, but when a bunch of locals at the diner think Darkwing is the vampire and try to kill him, Darkwing has to prove he isn't one. Meanwhile, the Muddlefoots are on a camping trip with Gosalyn hoping to capture a mysterious monster known as "Webfoot". Instead of finding "Webfoot", the vampire potato has turned Launchpad, Herb, Binkie, and Tank into zombies. Honker and Gosalyn finally convince Darkwing that the vampire is real, but before he can kill it, Bushroot shows up to "save" his bride.
Things to notice
 To deal with a Russet potato, you have to say "potato backwards", while shaking the pollen off a lyceum lycanthrepus plant (which is the type of plant that Bushroot is).
 Herb, Binkie and Tank are watching "Vampire Varmits from Venus".
Fun Quotes
 I can't marry a potato. She's a tuber and I'm a shrub!
 The soon-to-be supermarket tabloid star, surveys the wilderness for the beast-of-the-year nominee, Webfoot.
 Red taters you can reason with, but Russets, they's just plain mean.
Name-calling
 Posey is called Spud Face and Starch-sucking snake in the ground, by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the moth that seeks your porchlight.
Goofs
 When Bushroot is planting his bride, the materials in the flowerpot appear and disappear.
 Duane's eyes change color while he's in the truck.

Episode
6
Title
Apes of Wrath
Broadcast Date
September 12, 1991
Production Code
4308-016
Writer
Dev Ross
Story Editor
Kevin Crosby Hopps
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Dr. Beatrice Brute - Victoria Carroll
Bongo - Frank Welker
Congo - Frank Welker
Major Trenchrot - Charlie Adler
gorillas - Frank Welker
Summary
SHUSH sends Darkwing to find the missing Dr. Beatrice Brute, the famous anthropologist. In the jungle, Darkwing encounters Major Trenchrot and learns that he is planning to open a vacation villa for villains.
Things to notice
 The vacation villa is called: Trenchrot's Spy Spa and Rabble-Rouser Retreat.
Fun Quotes
 ...tree-top terrorists...
 ...despite the disconcerting disappearances, the undaunted do-gooder demonstrates his daring by ducking...
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called Costumed Clown by Trenchrot.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the flea you cannot flick.
 I am the terror that...Hey, I..I'm not finished!
Goofs
 

Episode
7
Title
Dirty Money
Broadcast Date
September 13, 1991
Production Code
4308-004
Writer
John Behnke, Rob Humphrey, Jim Peterson
Story Editor
Tad Stones
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
J.Gander Hooter - Danny Mann
Vladimir Goudenov Grizzlikoff - Ron Feinberg
Ammonia Pine - Mitzi McCall
Summary
Money is turning up with no ink. SHUSH director J. Gander Hooter calls in Darkwing to help. But when the mad cleaning woman Ammonia Pine hoovers Hooter, Agent Gryzlikoff tries his best to do away with Darkwing. Gryzlikoff doesn't understand that Darkwing's strengths lie in his unorthodox methods and ends up becoming Ammonia's prisoner too. Darkwing and Launchpad have to do things by the book to save Hooter and Gryz from Ammonia's FOWL-smelling schemes.
Things to notice
 Darkwing knows Micronesian Breath Control.
 They have to fill out a D11/6 Destination Disclosure Form before leaving headquarters.
 Ammonia Pine was a cleaning lady at a research lab until an accident with an experimental bathroom disinfectant. The fumes twisted her into the Mrs.Hyde of the cleaning world.
 Ammonia Pine's hideout is in the Evergreen building.
Fun Quotes
 Eat soap, Hero!
 Suck air, Dustbunnies!
 Don't count your bubbles before they're popped.
Name-calling
 Grizzlikoff is called Fuzzy by Darkwing.
 Darkwing is called Darkwing Disaster by Grizzlikoff.
 Darkwing is called Dirtwing by Ammonia Pine.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the combination lock on the vaults of justice.
 I am the icky bug that crawls up your trouser leg.
 I am the pin that will burst your bubble.
Goofs
 

Episode
8
Title
Duck Blind
Broadcast Date
September 16, 1991
Production Code
4308-017
Writer
Len Uhley
Story Editor
Kevin Crosby Hopps
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Honker - Katie Leigh
Megavolt - Dan Castellaneta
Summary
Darkwing falls afoul of Megavolt and comes out blind. Undaunted, he tries to keep going using a few inventive gadgets, but Gosalyn, Honker and Lauchpad almost get killed because of him. With Darkwing in a black funk, Gosalyn and the gang plan to nab Megavolt themselves, but get caught by Megavolt instead.
Things to notice
 Darkwing has sent Megavolt to the electric chair, twice.
 Megavolt's hideout is the DeLoonian Automobile Factory, where they make the world's fastest electric car.
 Darkwing has the Has-Been Superhero Blues.
Fun Quotes
 ...slowly the silent scourge stalks this unsuspecting adversary...
 ...shanghai'd by a couple of kids and a crash-crazy aviator...
 ...that grim guardian of good, that nocturnal nemesis of neíer do wells...
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called Darkwing Dork by Megavolt.
 Megavolt is called Sparky, Dim Bulb, and Blinky by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the cold sore that stings your lips (Megavolt).
Goofs
 Darkwing knows Megavolt but Launchpad doesn't.
 After Launchpad, Gosalyn and Honker get caught in the lighthouse, how does Darkwing know that they've been caught?

Episode
9
Title
Comic Book Capers
Broadcast Date
September 17, 1991
Production Code
4308-036
Writer
John Behnke, Rob Humphrey, Jim Peterson
Story Editor
Carter Crocker
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
slug monster - Frank Welker
Binkie - Susan Tolsky
Megavolt - Dan Castellaneta
comic book company owner - Andre Stojka
safety inspector #16
Summary
Infuriated at how he's portrayed in his new comic book, Darkwing decides he can write it better himself. But he keeps getting interrupted by everyone, who then add their own little bits. Finally, even Megavolt joins in and the result is a hilariously funny romp through Comic Book Land--which the editor hates. No matter, Darkwing is off to see Disney about a contract.
Things to notice
 The comic book company is called the Awesome Comic Book Corporation.
 Gosalyn's version of the story includes a giant flesh-eating slug monster from Mars.
 Launchpad's comic is called Death Valley Duck, and Megavolt is called Big Chief Power Bill, with a sidekick named Little Running Gag.
Fun Quotes
 Eat Amperes, Duck!
 Ha! They called me mad! They called me insane! They're right!
 I've been percolated!
Name-calling
 Megavolt is called Plug Head, Egomaniacal Electron, Sparkplug Breath, and Battery Brain by Darkwing.
 Binkie is called a Saccharine Suburbanite by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 
Goofs
 When Darkwing says that the top-ranking official was attacked by a toaster oven, the comic book page shows a regular toaster, not a toaster oven.
 When Launchpad is using the typewriter and Darkwing asks if he is reading the comic book, he is wearing his Darkwing costume, but should be in Drake clothes.
 When Binkie is working on the book, Drake is wearing his Darkwing mask when he first returns.

Episode
10
Title
Water Way to Go
Broadcast Date
September 18, 1991
Production Code
4308-001
Writer
Dev Ross
Story Editor
Tad Stones
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
princess - Kath Soucie
Vladimir Goudenov Grizzlikof - Ron Feinberg
Steelbeak - Rob Paulsen
eggmen
Summary
SHUSH has given Darkwing Duck a simple case: Travel to Oilrabia and stop Steelbeak's schemes to steal their oil. Steelbeak's plan is to flood the place with his weather machine and attack by sea. Darkwing's big problem: He picked this day to let Launchpad assume the role of hero and be a sidekick himself.
Things to notice
 When they are flying to Oilrabia, look at the clouds and you'll see a hidden Mickey.
 Steelbeak is using a Megablaster Fission Bomb with Swiss movement timing and optional radio.
Fun Quotes
 ...a pityless sun pounds our parched panting protagonist...
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called Darkwing Doofus and Darkwing Dodo by Steelbeak.
 Steelbeak is called Beaky by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the spider who nips at your neck.
 I am the little mouse that eats your cheese.
Goofs
 

Episode
11
Title
Paraducks
Broadcast Date
September 19, 1991
Production Code
4308-033
Writer
Doug Langdale
Story Editor
Kevin Crosby Hopse
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
J.Gander Hooter - Danny Mann
Drakey Mallard - Jim Cummings
Dr. Sara Bellum - Candy Milo
the King - Patrick Pinney
Lamont - Candi Milo
BoxCar
Summary
Darkwing Duck goes back in time with Gosalyn and he meets himself in high school when he was known as "Drakey". He then sees a record shop's register being robbed. When he chooses not do anything, his world gets changed. Now Darkwing and Gosalyn have to go back in time (again) to fix the mess they made.
Things to notice
 The Time Machine is a golf cart and a polka tape operates the time control system.
Fun Quotes
 ..prepares to turn the tables on the rascally rock-n-roll rocker.
 .Darkwing's "song"
There's nothing to fear, cuz Darkwing is here.
The prince of the night, the duck of the year.

I am the terror that flaps in the night.
The baddest of good, the champion of right.
I've everywhere at once, and nowhere at all.
Get in my way, and you'll take a fall.
Before you bail, before you split.
I'd like to play my biggest hit.
Oh, yeah!

I'll never ever rest til all the punks are in jail.
??? to me, there's no one I can't nail.
Never know where I'll strike, and never know where I'll be.
I am the greatest from sea to sea.
I put an end to all the ????.
Cuz I'm Darkwing Duck, that's who I am.

Don't mess with me, you worthless punk.
You stink like a skunk, your ship is sunk.
You ran into me, you're plum out of luck.
Cuz now you're up against Darkwing Duck.
So don't you worry, your pretty little head.
Cuz I'm Darkwing Duck, that's what I said.
Uh huh. Take that!
Name-calling
 The King is called a swivel-hipped houligan by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the cloud that rains on your hit parade.
 I am the toddler that naps in the night (Drakey).
Goofs
 When The King and his gang are robbing the record store, the glass in the front door is broken when Darkwing walks into the store, but after he starts talking, the glass is unbroken.
 In some shots, the controls for the time machine are visible above the front edge of the golf cart, while in other scenes, no controls can be seen.
 When Darkwing, Gosalyn and Drakey confront The King at his hideout, The King's guitar is missing some of its stars. This also happens while they are at Royal Records.

Episode
12
Title
Easy Come, Easy Grows
Broadcast Date
September 20, 1991
Production Code
4308-024
Writer
Marion Wells
Story Editor
Kevin Crosby Hopps
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Honker - Katie Leigh
police officer, bank president - Jack Burns
Herb - Jim Cummings
Binkie - Susan Tolsky
Bushroot - Tino Insana
fertilizer factory owner - Jeff Doucette
Summary
Darkwing is baffled by a series of crimes involving missing money. Entire safes have gone missing from banks and homes alike. Not trusting a bank with his final stash of money, Herb Muddlefoot buries his cash. Gosalyn and Honker soon find it blossoming into a money tree. It turns out that Bushroot has developed a kind of plant that not only makes money, it takes money. Darkwing finds out that a little of Bushroot's phony money goes a long way when he's caught passing counterfeit bills and thrown in jail!
Things to notice
 When Darkwing becomes rich he starts his own company: Darkwing Defenders, Incorporated, a security franchise available in most metropolitan areas.
 The serial number on the counterfeit money is S1254.
Fun Quotes
 ...cleverly concocted crime wave crashes over St. Canard...
 Let Get Serious!
 Darkwing: I'm not a normal father, ya know. Gosalyn: Call the papers!
 Looks like old Piggy Wiggy wants to do the hokey-pokey!
 Maybe you can defoliate us, but you can't defeat us
Name-calling
 
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the clipper that trims your hedges.
Goofs
 

Episode
13
Title
A Revolution in Home Appliances
Broadcast Date
September 23, 1991
Production Code
4308-050
Writer
Gary Sperling
Story Editor
Tom Minton
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Honker - Katie Leigh
Tank - Dana Hill
Megavolt - Dan Castellaneta
guitar - Brian George
refrigerator - Neil Ross
hair dryer - Marilyn Lightstone
TV, Tom Lockjaw - S.Scott Bullock
Summary
Megavolt gets zapped with his new invention, The Power Transfer Generator, which lets him turn regular home appliances into living things. So far he has: a hair dryer, a refrigerator, a guitar, and a tv. Now Darkwing Duck has to stop them before they take over.
Things to notice
 
Fun Quotes
 This duck craves some crimefightning confrontations.
 Let's disconnect these devious devices.
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called Spark Buster Duck by Megavolt.
 Launchpad is called Pond Breath by the talking TV
 Megavolt is called Mega Jerk and Sparky by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the repairman who tells you your warranty has run out.
Goofs
 The freezer handle disappears and reappears when Megavolt first zaps the refrigerator.
 Throughout the whole episode, the number of strings and the number of tuning keys on the guitars don't match.
 When the refrigerator door hits Launchpad, the door opens the wrong way.

Episode
14
Title
Trading Faces
Broadcast Date
September 24, 1991
Production Code
4308-014
Writer
Julia Jane Lewald and Dev Ross
Story Editor
Tad Stones
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Honker - Katie Leigh
Steelbeak, police officer - Rob Paulsen
J.Gander Hooter - Danny Mann
eggmen
Summary
Darkwing's computer goes haywire, and causes him to trade bodies with Gosalyn. Now she 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.
Things to notice
 After the body swap, the eyes of each character indicate which voice is in which body. For example, Darkwing has Gosalyn's eyes.
 The IGGY Ė largest intergallactic rocket.
 Steelbeak wants $100 trillion.
 The rocket is on the North Handle of the Midriff Mountains.
Fun Quotes
 Read my beak! (Steelbeak)
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called Darkwing Doofus and Dimwing Dork by Steelbeak.
 Steelbeak is called Iron Breath by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the butter that burns in your pan.
Goofs
 During the anti-gravity scene, Gosalyn and Darkwing mouth the same line in Gosalyn's voice.

Episode
15
Title
Hush, Hush Sweet Charlatan
Broadcast Date
September 25, 1991
Production Code
4308-015
Writer
Bruce Talkington
Story Editor
Carter Crocker
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Honker - Katie Leigh
AF Errett - Hal Rayle
Tuskernini - Kenneth Mars
tour guide - BJ Ward
Gloria Swansong - BJ Ward
Space Duck
guard (Newt Blimmer) - Jim Cummings
Summary
A rash of accidents is plaguing the making of A.F. Erret's latest film. It's part of Tuskernini's latest plan to buy the studio for the oil rights to the land.
Things to notice
 The movie they are making is called "Space Duck: Attack of the Teen-Age Mutant Martian Mallards Ė Part 12".
 The alien is using an X37 Death Inducer gun.
 Gloria Swanson has been married 27 times, Newt Blimmer is one of her ex-husbands, and she thought he was killed in a lemming stampede in the Amazon.
 Tuskernini's films have been rated D for: devious, dangerous, demented, dishonest, dreadful.
Fun Quotes
 You cause trouble and I'll bash every bone in your beak, Buster!
 Nix the negativity!
Name-calling
 Tuskernini is called Ingemar, Hitch, Akira, Orson, CB by Darkwing (all famous film directors).
 In the newspaper, Darkwing is called Darkwing Dope, incompetent crime fighter.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the hair in the lens of your projector.
Goofs
 The tour guide says that the top half of the soundstage was completed in 1925 and the bottom half was completed in 1929. How did they complete the top half before the bottom half was finished?

Episode
16
Title
Can't Bayou Love
Broadcast Date
September 26, 1991
Production Code
4308-012
Writer
Bruce Talkington
Story Editor
Tad Stones
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Jambalaya Jake - Michael Gough
Gumbo - Jim Cummings
spokeperson - Jodi Carlisle
Summary
Bayou bullies, Jambalaya Jake and his crocodile, Gumbo, are in St. Canard to rob the city folks blind. When Darkwing tries to foil their plans, Jake kidnaps Launchpad to use as bait for a bit of old-fashioned hunting, with Darkwing as the prize.
Things to notice
 Honker and Gosalyn are away at summer camp during this episode.
Fun Quotes
 As easy as taking catfish from a snappin' turtle!
 Eat darts, Swamp Breath!
 ...in pursuit of the pernicious perpetrator...
Name-calling
 Jabalaya Jake is called Swamp Shrimp and Spicey Shrimp by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the scourge that pecks at your nightmares.
 I am the terror that flaps in the sewers.
Goofs
 When escaping from the quicksand, Darkwing goes by the moon twice.

Episode
17
Title
Bearskin Thug
Broadcast Date
September 27, 1991
Production Code
4308-029
Writer
Tad Stones, Pat Corcoran
Story Editor
Tad Stones
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Honker - Katie Leigh
Herb - Jim Cummings
Steelbeak - Rob Paulsen
park ranger - Hal Rayne
Fang
Binkie - Susan Tolsky
Tank - Dana Hill
Summary
It's camping season and Gosalyn hates camping, but her dad is bound and determined to teach her how to live like a "True Outdoorsman." When Steelbeak, a robot bear, and some nuclear missiles show up, Gosalyn proves she was really paying attention when she helps Darkwing defeat the baddies.
Things to notice
 Gosalyn and Honker are eating Honey Crunchy Wacky-O's.
 Old Reliable erupts every 10 minutes.
Fun Quotes
 If nature wants to commune with me, it can send a fax!
 Ladies and Gentlemen, my Dad, the mutant cow!
 Man, I can't get away from you. What are you, a franchise?
Name-calling
 Gosalyn is called Gosalini by Herb.
 Gosalyn is called a nosey munchkin by Steelbeak.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the pustulent blister that bursts in your boot.
Goofs
 

Episode
18
Title
You Sweat Your Life
Broadcast Date
September 30, 1991
Production Code
4308-013
Writer
Julia Jane Lewald, Marion Well
Story Editor
Carter Crocker, Bruce Talkington
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Herb - Jim Cummings
Binkie - Susan Tolsky
Jock Newbody - Hamilton Camp
Slim - Brenda Vaccaro
Flex - Rob Paulsen
guard dog - Frank Welker
Summary
Darkwing goes undercover at a health 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 single feather from a true and pure hero.
Things to notice
 The health spa is called: Jock Newbodyís Hale Ďní Hearty House of Health.
 The feather they steal is the tailfeather of Mel the Conqueror, the greatest hero of all time.
 Jock Newbody is 122 years old.
Fun Quotes
 ...clearly the crafty criminals committing the crime wave...
 ...the barbell that barbarous buffoon bashed me with...
 ...physically fit felons...
Name-calling
 
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the metal key on the sardine can of justice.
Goofs
 When Drake, Herb and Binkie first arrive at the health spa, Drake is wearing his Darkwing mask for a brief moment.
 The logo on Jock's coffee cup appears and disappears in various shots.
 When Darkwing Duck, Herb and Jock fall into the fountain, their clothes shouldn't change.

Episode
19
Title
Days of Blunder
Broadcast Date
October 1, 1991
Production Code
4308-044
Writer
Jan Strnad
Story Editor
Carter Crocker
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Dan Gander - Neil Ross
Quackerjack - Michael Bell
Mr. Meeketh
Masked Mangler - David Prince
poetry reader - Patti Deutsch
wrestling announcer - Neil Ross
woman - Patti Deutsch
Summary
Quackerjack, posing as psychiatrist Doctor Leopold L. Loon, convinces Darkwing that being a superhero isn't right for him. His confidence shattered, Darkwing is convinced he shouldn't be crime fighting but instead should be serving tea at the Lace and Doily Society. But even as Tea Pot Duck, he's a failure. When Darkwing has to save Mr. Meeketh from leaping from the Audobon Bay Bridge, Darkwing gets his confidence back and takes up crimefighting again.
Things to notice
 Launchpadís wrestling name is the Hugely-Muscled Head Ripper.
 Quackerjack says Darkwing should be pouring tea at the Lace and Doily Society.
 The toy that Quackerjack wants is Terror Teddy.
Fun Quotes
 Quit your cowardly quacking, Quackerjack!
 As a super hero, I'm a super zero!
 Grab sky, Bad Guy!
Name-calling
 Quackerjack is called the Terrible Toymaster of Crime by Darkwing.
 Darkwing is called Demented Duck by Quackerjack.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the ten dollar service charge on all returned checks.
 I am the kettle that whistles in the night, Iím a little teacup with a teeny weeny hole in the handle that you can never get your finger in. Iím Tea Pot Duck. (Darkwing, working at the Lace and Doily Society)
 I am the terrierr that nips at your shoelaces. I am the Lavender Wrist Slapper. (Mr. Meeketh as Darkwing)
 I am the widget missing from the easy-to-assemble swingset.
 I am the ingrown toenail on the foot of crime.
 I am the zit that forms when you've got a really big date.
 I am the impacted wisdom tooth.....
Goofs
 

Episode
20, 21
Title
Just Us Justice Ducks - Part 1 and 2
Broadcast Date
October 2, 1991 (part 1)
October 3, 1991 (part 2)
Production Code
4308-047 (part 1)
4308-048 (part 2)
Writer
Kevin Campbell, Brian Swenlin
Story Editor
Duane Capizzi
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Honker - Katie Leigh
J.Gander Hooter - Danny Mann
Tom Lockjaw - S.Scott Bullock
Stegmutt - Joey Camen
Neptunia - Susan Silo
Eek and Squeek - Frank Welker
Archie - Frank Welker
Hal the Octopus
Gizmoduck - Hamilton Camp
Morgana - Kath Soucie
Quackerjack - Michael Bell
the Liquidator - Jack Angel
Bushroot - Tino Insana
Megavolt - Dan Castellaneta
Negaduck - Jim Cummings
Dr. Sara Bellum - Candy Milo
guards
citizens
Summary
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 hear about this, Neptunia, Gizmoduck, Morgana, and Stegmutt band together to form the Justice Ducks. Darkwing is less than thrilled however, wanting all the credit himself. But when he faces the Fearsome Five, he soon finds out the job is more than he can handle. The hastily assembled Justice Ducks fear Darkwing has been lost and split up to try and save the city. Each becomes a victim and it's up to Darkwing to rescue his captured compatriots. Only by working together can they defeat the combined evil of the Fearsome Five and save St. Canard.
Things to notice
 SHUSH's new weapon is the Swappo 650 Pie Gun that shoots Expando-Whammo Pies
Fun Quotes
 Let's Get Amorous!
 I love the smell of voltage in the evening!
 ..it will take more than two treacherous transgressors to take the track record of Darkwing Yak!
 Once I catch up to those confounded criminals, their conniving conspiracy will be kaput!
 Only someone so dastardly, so despicable, so distainful of the utterly defenseless would dare perform such a deed.
 Eat Volts, Transistor Brain!
 ...note the critical condition of your captured compatriots...
 Now it's time to say goodbye to all our company.
Name-calling
 Bushroot is called Green Sleeves by Darkwing.
 Darkwing is called Wingy by Gizmoduck.
 Stegmutt is called Steggers by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the single career man all women want to date.
 Fee, Fi, Fo, Fum, I am the terror that flaps in the night, I am... (Darkwing crashes)...
Goofs
 At the end of Part 1, when Negaduck sends Darkwing down the trap door, the villains are inside the building. At the opening of Part 2, the villains are on the roof.
 When Eek and Squeek attack Bushroot, for a moment there are 3 bats instead of 2.
 When Darkwing is moping and almost steps on Archie the spider, his foot becomes Launchpad's in the close-up.
 How did Darkwing's costume change from Negaduck's back to his usual costume during the final battle?

Episode
22
Title
Double Darkwings
Broadcast Date
October 4, 1991
Production Code
4308-019
Writer
Dean Stefan
Story Editor
Bruce Talkington
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovernk
Dan Gander - Neil Ross
Jambalaya Jake - Michael Gough
Granny Whammy - Billie Hayes
Gumbo - Jim Cummings
Summary
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.
Things to notice
 
Fun Quotes
 Time to reach out a torch someone.
 We're up the bayou without a paddle.
 I've been defiled, I've been defaced, I've been framed!
Name-calling
 
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the surcharge that triples your bill (Launchpad as Darkwing).
 I am the itch in your trigger finger (Launchpad as Darkwing).
 I am the current of vengeance gurgling through your sewer.
Goofs
 The buttons on Darkwing's coat change colors after the picture frame falls on him.

Episode
23
Title
Aduckyphobia
Broadcast Date
October 7, 1991
Production Code
4308-021
Writer
Doug Langdale
Story Editor
Kevin Crosby Hopps
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Honker - Katie Leigh
Moliarity - Jim Cummings
spider - Lorenzo Music
Summary
Moliarity's back and stealing Canardium, fan blades and helicopter blades for his latest scheme. When a spider exposed to the Canardium bites Darkwing, he sprouts four extra arms and turns into Arachnoduck. Darkwing must find out what Moliarity is up to and stop him, while Launchpad, Gosalyn and Honker have to find a cure to return Darkwing to normal.
Things to notice
 Moliarity's Amazing Wind-O-Matic will create a wind so powerful it will wipe every surface dweller off the face of the earth.
Fun Quotes
 ...the malignant mark of the miscreant mole-menace...
 ...radioactive rabble-rouser...
 ...a plethora of planes with their propellers purloined...
 OK Bub, Eat Web!
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called Darkwing Dodo, Darkwing Dweeb, and Ducky Wucky by Moliarity.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 
Goofs
 When Moliarty and his henchmen tunnel into the lab, some of their noses change colors.
 After Darkwing and Launchpad fight Moliarity's henchmen, one of their bodies is wearing glasses, but they weren't wearing any.

Episode
24
Title
When Aliens Collide
Broadcast Date
October 8, 1991
Production Code
4308-056
Writer
Jeremy Cushner
Story Editor
Tom Minton
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Honker - Katie Leigh
Tank - Dana Hill
Wacko - Townsend Coleman
Captain Big Nasty - Danny Mann
Herb - Jim Cummmings
Summary
Gosalyn takes in a cute little alien as her pet. What she doesn't realize is that he is really an escaped alien criminal in posession of the universe's most volatile explosives.
Things to notice
 The cop is named Big Nasty and he's the Captain of the Outer Space Patrol.
Fun Quotes
 
Name-calling
 
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the squashed bug on your flying saucer windshield. I am (Darkwing gets blown up) blown away by the alien menace.
Goofs
 

Episode
25
Title
Jurassic Jumble
Broadcast Date
October 9, 1991
Production Code
4308-031
Writer
Marlowe Wiesman
Story Editor
Duane Capizzi
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Honker - Katie Leigh
Dr. Fossil - Barry Gordon
Stegmutt - Joey Camen
Shyster - Nancy Linari
Loophole - Charlie Adler
Summary
Honker and Gosalyn track down a set of dinosaur footprints, and are led to the nefarious Dr. Fossil, duck turned dinosaur. With his Retro Evolution Gun and the aid of a passing comet, Fossil plans to end the current life on the planet to give dinosaurs a second chance. Darkwing, retro-evolved to a dinosaur, must prevent Fossil from crashing Cleanzer's Comet into the Earth and setting history back to the Jurassic times!
Things to notice
 The attorneys names are Shyster and Loophole.
 Stegomutt used to be a janitor at the museum.
 The Super Magnet is being guarded by a soldier named, "Private Parking Space".
Fun Quotes
 ...the soaring sleuth skillfully severs his suspender straps...
Name-calling
 Stegmutt is called Bone Breath by Darkwing.
 Darkwing is called Daycare Duck by Shyster and Loophole's secretary.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the papercut that ruins your morning.
Goofs
 Stegmutt slides through the elevator doors, bending them. When he shuts the doors to take Gosalyn and Honker to Fossil's lab, the doors are perfectly fine.
 Stegmutt drives to the army base in a flatbed truck to get the magnet, but then doesn't use the truck to deliver the magnet.

Episode
26
Title
Cleanliness is Next to Badliness
Broadcast Date
October 10, 1991
Production Code
4308-039
Writer
Steven Hibbert, Gary Sperling
Story Editor
Tom Minton
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
kid - Rob Paulsen
Steelbeak - Rob Paulsen
Ammonia Pine - Mitzi McCall
Announcer - Dan Castellaneta
girl - Pat Musick
Summary
Steelbeak teams up with Ammonia Pine to clean out a few banks for FOWL. Ammonia becomes infatuated with Steeley and contemplates marriage as Darkwing has to deal with his overly enthusiastic fan club and keep them from getting washed out.
Things to notice
 
Fun Quotes
 And now, Darkwing Duck will dazzingly demonstrate his lightning quick reflexes.
 Time to slip and slide, Sludge Face!
Name-calling
 Steeelbeak is called Steeley by Ammonia Pine.
 Ammonia Pine is called Lemon Fresh and Love Sponge by Steelbeak.
 Ammonia Pine is called Mop Top by Darkwing.
 Darkwing is called Stain Brain adn Dirtwing by Ammonia Pine.
 Darkwing is called Darkwing Do Nothing and Darkwing Dope by Steelbeak.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the rhinestones on the jumpsuit of justice.
 I am the stain that can't be rubbed out.
Goofs
 During the first scene, Steelbeak's clothing keeps changing from a robe to his usual suit.

Episode
27
Title
Smarter Than a Speeding Bullet
Broadcast Date
October 11, 1991
Production Code
4308-045
Writer
Doug Langdale
Story Editor
Kevin Crosby Hopps
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Comet Guy - William Callaway
Steelbeak - Rob Paulsen
eggmen
female police officer - Ellen Gerstell
Summary
Comet Guy from the Planet Mertz, comes looking for Darkwing to learn how to be a super hero. But Comet Guy's one weakness is that he has to dance when he hears a bell. Meanwhile, Steelbeak directs the theft of masses of rubber items to construct a destructive F.O.W.L. device - the F.O.W.L. ball, 60 tons of rubber, with a remote control.
Things to notice
 Comet Guyís weakness Ė when a bell rings it makes him dance until he hears a whistle.
 Steelwing Cluck is the alias Steelbeak uses while training Comet Guy.
Fun Quotes
 You've just enabled an envoy of evil to escape with a pessil of potentionally perilous rubber duckies.
 I'm Steelwing Cluck, Caped Cruncher of Crooks and Champion trainer extraordinaire!
 You can't make an omelet without pounding the living daylights out of a few eggs!
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called Dimwit Duck and Dweebwing by Steelbeak.
 Comet Guy is called Comatose Guy by Steelbeak.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 
Goofs
 When Comet Guy dances past the others, they're suddenly all clean after being covered in soot from the explosion. In Steelbeak's close-up, his jacket has little patches of soot again.
 After Launchpad and Darkwing bust into Steelbeak's hideout, for a brief instant Darkwing's mask becomes flesh-colored.

Episode
28
Title
All's Fahrenheit in Love and War
Broadcast Date
October 14, 1991
Production Code
4308-027
Writer
Eric Lewald, Dev Ross
Story Editor
Kevin Crosby Hopps
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Isis Vander Chill - Sheryl Bernstein
Summary
Isis Van der Chill, the Ice Queen of St. Canard has ice water in her veins and a passion for that caped crimefighter, Darkwing Duck. Isis is stealing the city's gold in order to goldplate the city to stay warm all year round. Darkwing must stop her before the city becomes too warm and he becomes a frozen duck on a stick.
Things to notice
 Launchpad wants to go to Club Web.
 Isis owns the Van der Chill Ice Factory.
Fun Quotes
 ...toasting our tailfeathers at one of these tropical tourist traps...
 ...bust those burglarizing bugs..
 ...firey furnace of flames...
 Let's Get Smoldering!
 Eat Ice, Baby!
Name-calling
 Isis is called Icy by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the number 90 sunblock that will stop your burn.
Goofs
 When Darkwing and Launchpad sneak into the bank vault disguised as a snowman, their feet are both the same color. But when they shake off the snowman disguise, Launchpad's feet suddenly turn to their usual color.

Episode
29
Title
Whiffle While You Work
Broadcast Date
October 15, 1991
Production Code
4308-023
Writer
Ellen Svaco, Collen Taber
Story Editor
Duane Capizzi
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
omputer voice - BJ Ward
guards
Quackerjack - Michael Bell
guard dog - Jim Cummings
Patricia - BJ Ward
Patrick - Townsend Coleman
Summary
Quackerjack, the demented toymaker, wants to get rid of Whiffle Boy, the hero of video games. The target? The Whiffle Boy Championship in Whiffle Town. The contestants? Gosalyn and Darkwing Duck. The result? Quackerjack and Darkwing get zapped into the video game!
Things to notice
 In this episode, Darkwing doesn't know Quackerjack, although Quackerjack knows Darkwing.
Fun Quotes
 Suck Eyes, Weezel Kid!
Name-calling
 Wiffle Boy is called Wiffle Dofus by Quackerjack.
 Quackerjack is called Quackercrumb by Gosalyn.
 Darkwing is called Fine-Feathered Fop by Quackerjack.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the bubble gum that clings to your shoe.
 I am the wrong number that wakes you at 3 am.
Goofs
 The teeth released by Quackerjack change size.
 Gosalyn's 5D glasses change size.
 On the bus in Wiffle Town, characters unexpectedly change seats.

Episode
30
Title
Ghoul of My Dreams
Broadcast Date
October 16, 1991
Production Code
4308-041
Writer
John Behnke, Rob Humphrey, Jim Peterson
Story Editor
Kevin Crosby Hopps
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Morgana - Kath Soucie
Archie - Frank Welker
Nodoff - Neil Ross
Eek and Squeek - Frank Welker
firemen
fire chief
Summary
It's 'Nightmare on Darkwing Street' as St. Canard suffers from a plague of strange nocturnal nightmares. Not even Darkwing Duck is immune. Soon he finds himself led to the door of Macawber Manor and into the arms of the beautiful villainess, Morgana Macawber. But Darkwing can't be distracted by good looks for long. Morgana is using sleep sand to rob the citizens of St. Canard while they sleepwalk. While attempting to foil the next crime, Darkwing is inadvertently transported to Dream World, a place where one's dreams come true and Nodoff rules supreme. As the nightmares begin, Morgana and Darkwing find out that Nodoff's real plan is to send the entire city to sleep -- forever!
Things to notice
 Morgana's hot air balloon is in the shape of a spider.
 The reason why Morgana is stealing money is to pay off her student loans.
Fun Quotes
 ...noxious nighttime nuisance behind St. Canardís slew of slumber-time stickups...
 ...puny pillow-pushing pinhead...
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called Dimwitted Duck by Nodoff.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the weirdo who sits next to you on the bus.
Goofs
 While being towed, the Ratcatcher's windshield disappears.
 Why didn't Launchpad fall asleep, when Darkwing spilled the sleep sand over St. Canard?

Episode
31
Title
Adopt-A-Con
Broadcast Date
October 21, 1991
Production Code
4308-046
Writer
Steve Roberts
Story Editor
Duane Capizzi
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Herb - Jim Cummings
Binkie - Susan Tolsky
Tuskernini - Kenneth Mars
penguins
judge - David Doyle
police
Summary
In a vain attempt to make Binkie Muddlefoot shut up, Drake Mallard unwittingly signs up for Adopt-A-Con, a criminal reform program. Saddled with none other than that delinquent director Tuskernini as a houseguest, Drake sets out to find out what the ham director is up to. And Tuskers is definitely up to something: He's masquerading as the other villains of St. Canard to commit crimes.
Things to notice
 The Muddlefoots adopt a con named Thug Neanderthal.
 There is a human skeleton in the closet in Tuskernini's room.
 Darkwing, Launchpad and Gosalyn create The Mad Duck Mallard Gang to fool Tuskernini into helping them steal 10 zillion dollars from The Mint.
Fun Quotes
 Little trick I learned from a conscientious contortionist in Constantinople.
Name-calling
 Tuskernini is called Tusky and Toofers by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the slug that crawled ... hold the mayo, you're not Megavolt!
Goofs
 When Tuskernini's penguins bring in the instruments, they have only 3, but in a later shot, there are 4 instrument cases.
 When Drake is trying to figure out what Tuskernini is doing in his room, he's initially jumping outside the house, trying to see in the window. But just before he gets shocked, he is seen from inside the room. And then he's outside of the house again.

Episode
32
Title
Toys Czar Us
Broadcast Date
October 22, 1991
Production Code
4308-043
Writer
Ellen Svaco, Colleen Taber
Story Editor
Duane Capizzi
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Honker - Katie Leigh
Principal Farnsworth - Linda Gary
Quackerjack - Michael Bell
store owner - Jim Cummings
Henry's mother - Linda Gary
Summary
When Quackerjack learns that parents won't buy his dangerous Destructo toys, he decides to create a toy utopia for children with himself as the ruler, The Toy Czar. 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.
Things to notice
 Principal Farnsworth gives Drake a book titled, "The Perfect Parent".
 Some of Quackerjack's toys are: the Exploding Panda, the Incredibly Dreary Mr. History Doll, and the Giant Inflatible Bobo Punching Bag.
 Gosalyn's character in the play is the Cookie Crumb Fairy.
Fun Quotes
 ...pesty perpetrator pilfered your plentiful stock of profitable playthings...
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called Darkwing Dud and Featherbrain by Quackerjack.
 Quackerjack is called Quackerjerk and Quackster by Darkwing.
 Quackerjack is called Bugle Beak by Tank.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the check writer in the cash-only line.
 I am the quality time that ruins your playtime.
Goofs
 When Tank pays Quackerjack for the toy, he says that all he has is a quarter, but he pulls 2 coins out of his pocket.
 When Darkwing is being controlled as a puppet by Quackerjack, he's wearing an Alpine hat instead of his usual hat. But when he crashes to the floor, he's suddenly wearing his regular hat.

Episode
33
Title
The Secret Origins of Darkwing Duck
Broadcast Date
October 23, 1991
Production Code
4308-055
Writer
Jan Strnad
Story Editor
Carter Crocker
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn, Gosaloid - Christine Cavanaugh
Honker, Honkulon - Katie Leigh
museum tour guide
Herb - Jim Cummings
Binkie - Susan Tolsky
Negaduck - Jim Cummings
museum visitors
Summary
Two hundred years in the future, Darkwing Duck is a mere myth. In this fairy-tale-like yarn (spun for a couple of delinquent museum goers), the origins of the masked crime fighter of St. Canard are explained by the janitor of the Darkwing Duck Museum.
Things to notice
 Darkwing is from the distant planet, Sitcom.
 Drake-el uses his grandfather's OmniBlaster to send Darkwing to Gribblefritz.
 Darkwing landed in a monastery, where he was called Stinky.
 Negaduck is Darkwing's evil cousin.
 Herb is the Genie of the Lamp.
 Darkwing's three wishes from the Genie: 1 - A Koo-Koo Cola, 2 - some snazzy new threads, 3 - the secret to the Genie's smokin' entrance.
 When Darkwing meets Gosalyn, she says that she's the Mysterious Masked Avenger of Evil.
Fun Quotes
 When in doubt, accessorize!
 He was just a myth for inadequate, insecure hero-worshippers.
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called Mega Geek by Negaduck.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the hero that every culture in every world needs.
Goofs
 

Episode
34
Title
Up, Up, and Awry
Broadcast Date
October 24, 1991
Production Code
4308-042
Writer
Dev Ross
Story Editor
Kevin Crosby Hopps
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Tom Lockjaw - S.Scott Bullock
Webwa Walters - Tress MacNeille
jockey - Tom Holiday
Megavolt - Dan Castellaneta
Gizmoduck - Hamilton Camp
Summary
GizmoDuck returns to St. Canard and immediately starts stealing the limelight from Darkwing when he captures Megavolt. Darkwing becomes unusually depressed, so Launchpad and Gosalyn persuade Giz to build a super suit for Darkwing. Darkwing takes it and after the suit backfires, Darkwing finally learns he doesn't need superpowers to defeat Megavolt.
Things to notice
 They use a gamma gamma phi beta kappa ray to get superpowers.
Fun Quotes
 ...confident of corralling the house-heisting criminal, the cleverly costumed crime fighter carefully considers every clue...
 Now I must do, what a superhero must do!
 Bad guys, beware! Break the law and you will be busted!
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called Dipwing by Megavolt.
 Megavolt is called Pony Pilferer and Battery Breath by Darkwing.
 Gizmoduck is called Noodle-headed Nitwit by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the blown fuse that blacks you out.
Goofs
 During Gizmoduck's interview with Webwa Walters, he calls her Barb.

Episode
35
Title
Life, the Negaverse and Everything
Broadcast Date
October 25, 1991
Production Code
4308-049
Writer
Kevin Campbell, Brian Swenlin
Story Editor
Steve Roberts
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Honker - Katie Leigh
Herb - Jim Cummings
Binkie - Susan Tolsky
Tank - Dana Hill
Negaduck - Jim Cummings
Bushroot - Tino Insana
Megavolt - Dan Castellaneta
Liquidator - Jack Angel
Quackerjack - Michael Bell
Summary
While pursuing the Fearsome Five (and therefore escaping the Muddlefoots and their boring "Pelican's Island" birthday party for Honker), Darkwing is thrown into a giant cake - which serves as the universal 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.
Things to notice
 Honker's birthday cake is peanut butter, honey and sauerkraut.
 Negaduck's hideout is at the Sugar'n'Spice'n'Everything Nice Bakery.
Fun Quotes
 Let's Get Luminous!
 I'm sick of hearing your gums flap, Jack!
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called Mr. Grumpy Puss by the nega-universe Gosalyn.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the cholesterol that clogs your arteries.
 We are the terrors that flap in the night, we are the soap that's cleaning up this town, we are Darkwing's Ducks. (The Friendly Four)
Goofs
 When Negaduck is on TV telling everyone to look for Darkwing, he holds up a picture of himself, instead of Darkwing.
 When Darkwing comes back from the Negaverse (right as he sticks his head out of the cake) he is wearing Negaduck's clothes.
 Darkwing is colored as Negaduck right after the real Negaduck bowls him right into the Friendly Four.

Episode
36
Title
Dry Hard
Broadcast Date
October 28, 1991
Production Code
4308-026
Writer
Kevin Campbell, Brian Swenlin
Story Editor
Duane Capizzi
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
woman - Darleen Carr
Herb - Jim Cummings
Bud Flud/the Liquidator - Jack Angel
Beverage King store owner
photographer
woman - BJ Ward
Summary
Someone is poisoning St. Canard's bottled water supply during a 25-day heat wave. All the bottled water, except Bud Flud's Sparkling Crystal Pure Flud Water and Koo Koo Fizzy Water, that is. Staking out the Koo Koo bottling factory, Darkwing and Launchpad surprise Bud Flud contaminating the water. Bud falls into the vat of contaminated water, and though Darkwing and Launchpad rush to save him, it's too late. Bud Flud becomes the Liquidator, the master of all liquids, and the Liquidator blames Darkwing for his transformation. And now The Liquidator has turned all the water in St. Canard into rubber!
Things to notice
 The show on TV is Soft Copy with Tom Lockjaw, who is reporting from La Grande Yuppe.
 The stores they mention: Plumberís Junction, International House of Hose, Drains R Us.
Fun Quotes
 ...bottler blighted by this beverage befouling bandit...
 ...pursue that perpetrating puddle!
 ...the feathered favorite easily fools the fiendish fluidís felonius flight...
 Get away from me, you slimy little drips!
 Eat Sneakers!
Name-calling
 The Liquidator is called Liqui and Mr. Waterhead by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the parking meter that expires while you shop.
 I am the soap scum that lines your bathtub.
 I am the hairball that clogs your drain.
Goofs
 Strange that the sign on Gosalyn's stand says 'Lemonade', but what she's selling is all-natural mineral water. And then later in the episode, the sign has changed to 'Water-R-Us'.
 When Darkwing and Launchpad are trapped by the hard water, the level changes.
 When Mr. Flood is poisoning the water, his gloves disappear and re-appear.

Episode
37
Title
Heavy Mental
Broadcast Date
October 29, 1991
Production Code
4308-020
Writer
Kevin Campbell, Brian Swenlin
Story Editor
Duane Capizzi
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Honker - Katie Leigh
Herb - Jim Cummings
Binkie - Susan Tolsky
Tank - Dana Hill
J.Gander Hooter - Danny Mann
Major Synapse - John Stephenson
Flygirl - Teresa Ganzel
HotShot
Dr. Sara Bellum - Candy Milo
Summary
Launchpad volunteers his services to Dr. Sarah Bellum, SHUSH's top research scientist. As a result of using her Norma Ray™, Launchpad gains amazing psychic powers, but not the ability to control them. But F.O.W.L. is also after the Norma Ray™, and Darkwing and Launchpad must prevent F.O.W.L. from stealing it and forming a crack psychic team.
Things to notice
 The driver's license that Gosalyn finds is for Major Synapse, A130 W. Burbank, Calamazoo, CA 91304. That zip code is for Canoga Park, CA.
 The Duck Smasher that F.O.W.L. plans to use on Darkwing is a giant anvil.
Fun Quotes
 The videos they rent are "The Trail of the Atomic Slugs" and "Mutant Mechanics from Mars".
 Questions asked:
     What is the air speed velocity of a common garden swallow?
     How come I canít get a decent raise to my allowance?
     Do bees be?
     Whatís the cube root of 14?
     Do flies fly?
     What does grass grow?
     If a train leaves Chicago....
Name-calling
 Launchpad is called Lawn Chair by J. Gander.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the misshapen blotch that stains your walls.
Goofs
 When Darkwing goes into the Muddlefoot's house for the mustard, the window on the door changes in different shots.
 When Darkwing meets Hotshot and Flygirl, they are uncostumed during the first few moments but fully dressed seconds later.
 When Major Synapse uses the Norma Ray on himself, it isn't plugged in, and no plugs are showing in some shots.
 Launchpad continually complains that his flight cap doesn't fit his head anymore, but there are some shots during the episode when the cap fits fine.

Episode
38
Title
Disguise the Limit
Broadcast Date
October 30, 1991
Production Code
4308-063
Writer
Doug Langdale
Story Editor
Kevin Crosby Hopps
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
J.Gander Hooter - Danny Mann
Grizzlikoff - Ron Feinberg
Dr. Sara Bellum - Candy Milo
Negaduck - Jim Cummings
Tom Lockjaw - S.Scott Bullock
Summary
"Okay, so maybe impersonating Darkwing Duck is a rotten trick. But then I'm Negaduck, a rotten kind of guy!" And so saying, Negaduck sets the populace clamoring for Darkwing's blood. In an attempt to disguise him until the guilty party can be found, J. Gander has Sarah Bellum zap Darkwing with her disguise ray. The ray backfires and leaves Darkwing in a shapechanging muddle. He turns into anyone he's looking at. But how to capture Negaduck when he's constantly changing form?
Things to notice
 Negaduck wears skull'n'crossbones boxer shorts.
 Darkwing is accused of the following crimes: arson, burglary, hijacking, kidnapping, cat kicking, insider trader and spitting on the sidewalk.
 Dr. Bellum uses a Molec-u-Morphic Disguiser Ray.
 On the wanted poster, Negaduck's prisoner number is 65439.
Fun Quotes
 I'm a doctor, not a duck-maker! (Dr. Bellum)
 The Wacky Mackerel song:
When your quack is less than quackerel
When your jail has lost it's jackeral
When you crave a little snackeral
What not eat some fish?
Name-calling
 
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 
Goofs
 When Darkwing looks like the baby, he suddenly has his regular hat back; shouldn't he have a baby bonnet?
 When Darkwing gets back home, the dog that Gosalyn and Launchpad are feeding disappears.
 After Dr. Bellum shoots Darkwing with the gun to "undo" it's effects, Darkwing is still changing shapes.

Episode
39
Title
Planet of the Capes
Broadcast Date
October 31, 1991
Production Code
4308-061
Writer
Ellen Svaco, Colleen Taber
Story Editor
Steve Roberts
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
female superhero - Maggie Roswell
Comet Guy - William Callaway
Official Guy - Dorian Harewood
Ordinary Guy/Not-So-Ordinary Guy/Extra-Ordinary Guy - Ron Palillo
Summary
Comet Guy, the superhero from the planet Mertz, returns to Earth in search of Darkwing Duck. Mertz is in trouble and they need his help. Darkwing suspects it's to rescue someone important, but to his dismay, he discovers it's nothing of the sort. Ordinary Guy, the only one on Mertz without superpowers, is missing. And what are superheroes without someone to protect? So they want Darkwing to take his place.
Things to notice
 Darkwing gets put into a Neutron Gravitromitizer.
Fun Quotes
 ..the ever-vigilant vanguard of virtue vehemently surveys his venue for vice and villany...
 ...the competent crimefighter cleverly commands control...
Name-calling
 
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the ham radio operator who scrambles your reception.
Goofs
 

Episode
40
Title
Darkwing Doubloon
Broadcast Date
November 1, 1991
Production Code
4308-051
Writer
Bruce Reid Schaeffer
Story Editor
Tom Minton
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Herb - Jim Cummings
Binkie - Susan Tolsky
Tank - Dana Hill
Honker - Katie Leigh
Negaduck - Jim Cummings
the Liquidator - Jack Angel
Quackerjack - Michael Bell
Megavolt - Dan Castellaneta
Bushroot - Tino Insana
Stegmutt - Joey Camen
Gizmoduck - Hamilton Camp
Summary
Three hundred years ago, a pirate scourge sailed the seas, striking for truth and justice...Waitaminute, shouldn't that be "a scourge of pirates?" Darkwing Doubloon and his crew of Gosalyn, Launchpad, Gizmoduck, and Stegmutt must battle the alleged pirate Negaduck and the Fearsome Four to prevent them from making off with the King's jewels.
Things to notice
 Negaduck has a wooden leg in this episode.
Fun Quotes
 ..he's about to get his swash buckled.
 All's fair with pirates!
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called Dimwit Buffoon, Darkwing Buffoon, and Darkwing Babboon by Negaduck.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the terror that sails the seas, I am the flea on your parrot, I am the Darkwing Doubloon.
Goofs
 On the pirate ship, the door to the room where Gosalyn is handing out the jewels, opens in different directions in different shots.
 During the ship battle between Darkwing and Negaduck, and the final battle in the cave, Negaduck is missing a button on his coat in some shots.

Episode
41
Title
It's A Wonderful Leaf
Broadcast Date
November 4, 1991
Production Code
4308-060
Writer
John Behnke, Rob Humphrey, Jim Peterson
Story Editor
Kevin Crosby Hopps
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Honker - Katie Leigh
Herb - Jim Cummings
Binkie - Susan Tolsky
Santa
Tank - Dana Hill
Bushroot - Tino Insana
Summary
The research scientist turned vegetable, Bushroot, just wants to finish his Christmas shopping in peace. But will the holiday shoppers let him? Nooo...So it's "Bah, grubbug" and Bushy decides to ruin Christmas for everyone!
Things to notice
 At the beginning and end of this episode, Gosalyn and Honker are both wearing Christmas sweaters.
Fun Quotes
 Holy snowplow! What a bunch of pushy pointsettias!
 Bah, grubbug!
 Everyone treats me like last year's fruitcake!
 Let's get decorative!
 My Dad, the Christmas cop!
 Something tells me that some sinister force is sapping the season's spirit.
 Suck tinsel, Pinecone Breath!
 Let's make like reindeer and fly!
 Your Christmas crime spree is cancelled, Cranberry Head!
 Our courageous Christmas crime-fighter (that's me) searches for clues, ever watchful for the corrupt Christmas criminal (that's me).
 I'm too young to become a frozen vegetable.
Name-calling
 Bushroot is called Bush Lips by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the terror that unwraps at night. (Gosalyn)
Goofs
 At the Muddlefoot's house there are five stockings hung on the fireplace, but there's only four Muddlefoots. And in some shots, the stocking have disappeared.
 Darkwing's Santa beard disappears for a moment when Honker hugs him.

Episode
42
Title
Twitching Channels
Broadcast Date
November 5, 1991
Production Code
4308-065
Writer
John Behnke, Rob Humphrey, Jim Peterson
Story Editor
Kevin Crosby Hopps
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
salesman
Herb - Jim Cummings
Opal Windbag - Tress MacNeille
Megavolt - Dan Castellaneta
Thaddeus Rockwell
Crosby
Chip - Tress MacNeille
Monterey Jack - Jim Cummings
receptionist
Summary
Megavolt has become television's hottest star with the help of the Electrolyzer™, a device that allows him to manipulate the television viewing of St. Canard. But he steals the wrong Turbo Technic Remote Control™ and soon has Darkwing Duck on his tail in a chase through the airwaves and right into Hollywood, USA! Here, the Darkwing Duck cartoon is a big seller, and Darkwing realizes he isn't getting any of the profits. And it seems that there is no way home.
Things to notice
 Herb is using a Turbo-Technic Remote Control.
 Herb is watching the Old and the Worthless on TV.
 Megavolt uses a Condillion Trans-Mutonic Atom Splitter to trap Darkwing in a Peterson feedback loop.
 Thaddeus Rockwell used an Alpha Wave Feedback Kit to tune into Darkwing's world to get the idea of a Darkwing Duck cartoon.
Fun Quotes
 They called me crazy, they called me insane, they called me looney. Boy, were they right! (Megavolt)
 Eat Wattage, Darkwing.
 ...pull your plug, you power pilfering parasite...
 ...cancel your channel-changing crime spree...
Name-calling
 Megavolt is called Sparky, Low Wattage Worm, and Melodramatic Mischief Maker by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the low rating that cancels your program.
 I am the auditor who wants to look at your books.
Goofs
 

Episode
43
Title
Dances with Bigfoot
Broadcast Date
November 6, 1991
Production Code
4308-069
Writer
Ellen Svaco, Colleen Tabe
Story Editor
Steve Roberts
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Honker - Katie Leigh
Dottie Debson - Ruth Buzzi
Park Ranger
Delivery Guy
Summary
It's Gosalyn's turn to be the hero. Disguised as the Crimson Quackette, she must learn where her dad has disappeared to. When she finally finds him being treated like a king among the Bigfoot tribe in the Pacific Northwest, she must do some quick thinking to prevent herself, Darkwing and Honker from becoming volcano chow.
Things to notice
 Launchpad is on vacation in this episode.
 Darkwing uses Betty Crocker's Super Hero Gas Gun Recipes.
 Gosalyn signs up with Dottie Dipson's Dirigible Driving School - We're full of hot air.
Fun Quotes
 Suck Gas, Neanderthal!
 Darkwing's mantra: A - E - I - O - U - and sometimes Y.
Name-calling
 
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the ingrown toenail in your party pumps!
Goofs
 When they find the Thunderquack in the forest, the seats should be missing, since Gosalyn and Honker used the ejection seats at the beginning of the story.

Episode
44
Title
Twin Beaks
Broadcast Date
November 7, 1991
Production Code
4308-067
Writer
Tad Stones, Jan Strnad
Story Editor
Tad Stones
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Honker - Katie Leigh
Herb - Jim Cummings
Bushroot - Tino Insana
alien cow - Ruth Buzzi
Binkie - Susan Tolsky
Aunt Trudi - Susan Tolsky
The Warden - Jim Cummings
Gerdie - Joan Gerber
Summary
What's the mysterious secret behind the quiet town of Twin Beaks? Why did Honker's parents leave suddenly? So suddenly, they forgot to take him with them? Why does Bushroot keep turning up dead? And why is Launchpad talking to cows and communing with logs, which is weird, even for Launchpad? To answer these questions and others, Darkwing, Launchpad, Gosalyn and Honker fly to Twin Beaks, where a mutated alien race of cabbages have begun their conquest of Earth. But things just keep getting weirder and weirder.
Things to notice
 Launchpad is collecting "The Incredibly Large and Weird Books for your Coffee Table Collection".
 The cows are from the planet Larson on the far side of the Galaxy.
 This episode has many references to the TV show, Twin Peaks.
Fun Quotes
 I only rob banks for seed money!
 You think I'm the only vegetable that went bad?
 The cows are not what they seem.
 This guy's harder to kill than crabgrass!
 It slices, it dices, it can turn a head of cabbage into gallons of crispy coleslaw!
 Cornstalks, lend me your ears! Don't shoot until you see the pollen in their petals!
Name-calling
 Launchpad is called Duck Skywalker and Mr. Alakazam by Darkwing.
 Bushroot is called Twiggy by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 
Goofs
 When Honker comes over to ask for Darkwing's help, his shirt changes colors in some shots.

Episode
45
Title
The Incredible Bulk
Broadcast Date
November 8, 1991
Production Code
4308-062
Writer
Gary Sperling
Story Editor
Tom Minton
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Honker - Katie Leigh
Bushroot - Tino Insana
Spike
Summary
It's lonely being the world's only half-plant, half-duck and Bushroot just wants a friend. Trying to return his friend Spike to his normal size (having been shrunk by Bushroot's fertilizer), Bushroot steals some powerful fertilizer that will "either cause plants to grow to tremendous size or kill them instantly". Obviously, Spike is a little hesitant about taking the stuff, so Bushroot tests it on a harmless daisy. The daisy becomes "a regular Arnold Oleander" and Bushroot's newest friend. Darkwing Duck's only hope is to grab a dose of the formula, but it isn't long before the unstable chemicals go to Darkwing's head. Soon, he's working solo and fighting bad guys on foot. Luckily, he comes to his senses after an incident in a tea leaf factory. In the end, he takes down Bushroot in a climatic battle of monstrous proportions in a public park.
Things to notice
 Gosalyn is eating Chocolate Yip Yaps.
Fun Quotes
 Let's do some gardening!
 With this fertilizer, I'll make a whole bombastic bouquet to do my dirty work!
 Now that's what I call a Pistol-Packing Petal-Head!
 Looks like your flowers have wilted, Hedge-Head!
Name-calling
 Darkwing calls himself Darkwing Dad.
 Bushroot is called Weed Wimp, Low-life Legume, Hedge Head, Petal Head, Shrewish Shrub and Leaf Lips by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the weed wacker in the garden of evil.
 I am the snail that wastes all your leaves. (Launchpad)
 I am the shrewd terror that outsmarts in the night. I am Darkwing Deductive Duck.
Goofs
 

Episode
46
Title
My Valentine Ghoul
Broadcast Date
November 11, 1991
Production Code
4308-0068
Writer
Doug Langdale
Story Editor
Kevin Crosby Hopps
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Morgana - Kath Soucie
Negaduck - Jim Cummings
Archie - Frank Welker
Eek and Squeek - Frank Welker
Summary
Darkwing and Morgana get into a lover's quarrel. Negaduck sees it as an opportunity to wreak havoc with Darkwing while trying to woo her back to the life of a criminal. Gosalyn dabbles in magic to create a love potion.
Things to notice
 The spellbook that Gosalyn uses is the Quackcrinomicron, the ancient forbidden tome of the sorcerer's arts; but likes to be called Quacky.
 The love potion recipe includes 3 newt's eyes, a cup of pureed toad, 12 slug's knuckles and monkey drool.
 Negaduck is using his Nega Sweets Candy to smuggle diamonds in chocolate.
Fun Quotes
 Suck Frosting, Do-Gooder!
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called Darkwing Diplomat by Gosalyn.
 Darkwing is called Darkwing Dunce and Chocolate Dipped Duck by Negaduck.
 Negaduck is called the Casanova of Crime, Negsie, Negmeister, Negs, Negaroonie, and Negabuddy by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the lollypop that sticks in your hair.
Goofs
 Negaduck's mouth doesn't move with his line "I don't know what you're trying to pull, Darkwing, but...
 In the Tunnel of Love, the bow in the Cupid statue changes hands.
 When Negaduck is chipping Morgana out of the ice, he's colored wrong and looks like Darkwing at first.

Episode
47
Title
Dead Duck
Broadcast Date
November 12, 1991
Production Code
4308-058
Writer
Carter Crocker
Story Editor
Tad Stones
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Morgana - Kath Soucie
Megavolt - Dan Castellaneta
The Devil - Marty Ingels
Grim Reaper - Tony Jay
St. Peter - Hal Smith
Opal Windbag - Tress MacNeille
Herb - Jim Cummings
Summary
Due to an unfortunate misunderstanding with a brick wall (a head-on collision, no less), Darkwing finds himself in the afterlife. Refusing to accept the fact that he's dead, he returns to the real world as a ghost. He must dodge the Grim Reaper (come to collect his soul), save his family from Megavolt's evil machinations, and find a cure for deadness. But nothing works, not even Morgana's magic.
Things to notice
 Morgana's incantation to bring Darkwing back to life: "Eye of Newt and Leg of Lamb. Mother of Pearl, and a side of Ham. Pour them all into a mixing bowl, and reunite Darkwing, body and soul."
 The talk show host's name is Opal Windbag.
Fun Quotes
 I can't wait to sock it to that socket-headed simpleton!
 ...monumental memorials to my memory...
 ...famously fearless fighter of crime...
Name-calling
 Megavolt is called Electronic Egomaniac and Assaulting Battery by Darkwing.
 Megavolt is called Dim Bulb by Launchpad.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the ghost of a chance that you don't have.
Goofs
 

Episode
48
Title
A Duck by Any Other Name
Broadcast Date
November 13, 1991
Production Code
4308-006
Writer
Pat Corcoran
Story Editor
Tad Stones
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
cameramen - Rob Paulsen
Tuskernini - Kenneth Mars
penguins
Summary
Darkwing foils Tuskernini's plans to steal the Canard Duckling (a huge diamond) with the help of Darkwing Decoy (a.k.a. Launchpad). The diamond is safe, but Tuskers manages to get away. That's only the beginning of the trouble; a roving news team captures Launchpad removing his mask and mistakes him for Darkwing Duck!
Things to notice
 Drake Mallard's and Launchpad's address is 537 Avian Way, but when Tuskernini reads it while eating his jelly donut, the jelly drops on it, and makes it look like 539 Avian Way, which is the Muddlefoot's house.
 Drake Mallard comes up with some new secret identities -- The Midnight Mallard, The Mysterious Snickersnack, The Scarlet Battlequack, James Pond, and Double O Duck, which was the original name that Disney was going to use for Darkwing Duck.
 The sound effect used for the spaceship sounds like it came from The Jetsons.
 Tuskernini mentions Stephen Spectacle, the great director.
Fun Quotes
 That's one small step for crime, one giant leap for the criminal mind.
 ...nab nefarious fleeing felon...
 ...so the solid citizens of St. Canard can go to bed, certain their city is safe...
Name-calling
 
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the feathery phantom that haunts your nightmares.
 I am the tenor that sings in the night. (Launchpad)
 I am the road salt that rots the underside of your car.(Launchpad)
Goofs
 When Launchpad is leaving the theater, he is wearing his Darkwing coat, but in the next shot, itís gone.

Episode
49
Title
Let's Get Respectable
Broadcast Date
November 14, 1991
Production Code
4308-064
Writer
Bruce Reid Schaeffer
Story Editor
Tom Minton
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Honker - Katie Leigh
Negaduck - Jim Cummings
Tom Lockjaw - S.Scott Bullock
mayor
police
Summary
After a television program shows that Darkwing has a poor reputation with the public, Gosalyn and Honker decide that Darkwing needs an image change. It appears to be working, as Darkwing cleans up St. Canard (with a little help from his friends). Negaduck has other plans, and systematically sets about to ruin Darkwing's new image. But you can't keep a good duck down, and Darkwing returns with a vengeance.
Things to notice
 Darkwing's new vehicle is called the Swan of Peace.
Fun Quotes
 Let's get creative!
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called Darkworm Duck by Tom Lockjaw.
 Darkwing is called the Prince of Pain by a construction worker.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the pitbull that bites the ankle of crime.
 I am the good that flutters in the day.
 I am the gold at the end of the rainbow.
 I am the truth. I am the supernova at the center of the universe. I am Darkwing Speed Bump.
 I am the scrubbing bubble to criminal scum.
 I am the muddy shoes that track the linoleum of crime.
Goofs
 

Episode
50
Title
In Like Blunt
Broadcast Date
November 15, 1991
Production Code
4308-002
Writer
Kevin Campbell, Brian Swenlin
Story Editor
Tad Stones
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Phineas Sharp - Jonathan Harris
Derek Blunt - Peter Renaday
J.Gander Hooter - Danny Mann
Morgana - Kath Soucie
Horatio - Jim Cummings
Steelbeak - Rob Paulsen
Ammonia Pine - Mitzi McCall
Hammerhead - Hal Rayle
Summary
Someone has stolen the list of SHUSH Agents and is exterminating them in horribly inventive ways. When J. Gander Hooter receives a note from the notorious Phineas Sharp, there's only two men who can save the day: Darkwing Duck and Derek Blunt. However, Darkwing and Blunt are about as compatible as oil and water, and are captured due to their constant bickering. Darkwing and Blunt must put aside their differences long enough to save themselves and the SHUSH agents from untimely demises.
Things to notice
 They look for Phineas Sharp on one of the Thousand Islands in the Salad Sea.
 One of Derek Blunt's films is titled, "Live and Let Spy".
 Hammerhead Hannigan has a different voice than in "Darkly Dawns the Duck".
Fun Quotes
 ...Darkwing Duck decides it's a doofus disguise; the bellboy bluff distracts dangerously from his detective duties.
 ...quivering in a closet with a costumed buffon.
Name-calling
 Derek Blunt is called Blunty by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 
Goofs
 

Episode
51
Title
Quack of Ages
Broadcast Date
November 18, 1991
Production Code
4308-059
Writer
Joe Olson
Story Editor
Steve Roberts
Characters
Darkwing Ducketh - Jim Cummings
Sir Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Maid Binketh - Susan Tolsky
King Herbeth - Jim Cummings
Sir Quackerjack - Michael Bell
Sir Cumference
Sir Valence
Mr. Trivia Buff
Summary
Quackerjack wants to prevent the yo-yo from ever being invented, so he jumps back in time to the medieval land of Canardia with his new toy, the Time Top. Darkwing and Launchpad borrow SHUSH's time machine and set out to stop Quackerjack and find themselves embroiled in medieval intrigue as Darkwing is accused as being a warlock.
Things to notice
 They go back to the year 1291, when the yo-yo was invented.
 They are eating pizza in the Middle Ages?
 Mr. Trivia Buff's facts:
   The longest recorded flight by a chicken is 302 feet, 8 inches.
   The Koala bear is not a bear at all, but a marsupial.
   The first written language was a system of pictographs created by the Sumerians.
Fun Quotes
 The jig is up, you jaded jugheaded jack-in-the-box!
 This man is a fraud, a fiend, and a known felon!
 Eat stainless steel, beast!
 Eat reverse polarity from my magnet gun!
Name-calling
 Quackerjack is called Cracker Box by Darkwing.
 Darkwing is called Dungeon Bait by Quackerjack.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 
Goofs
 While chasing Quackerjack at the start of the episode, Darkwing's costume is damaged from an explosion, but then it's suddenly undamaged.
 Maid Binketh's fishing pole disappears when she meets Darkwing and Launchpad.
 While torturing Darkwing in the dungeon, the bandage on Quackerjack's head disappears.

Episode
52
Title
Time and Punishment
Broadcast Date
November 19, 1991
Production Code
4308-070
Writer
Dev Ross
Story Editor
Tad Stones
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Megavolt - Dan Castellaneta
Quackerjack - Michael Bell
Summary
When Gosalyn sneaks out of the Ratcatcher to watch Darkwing battle Megavolt and Quackerjack, she (and the two villains) are sent into the future in the Time Top. But they go so far forward in time that Darkwing thinks Gosalyn has been abducted and lost for years. And this future is ruled by a reformed hero: the no-nonsense Darkwarrior Duck, who is so strict, he's assigned an 8 o'clock curfew to the entire city, and believes criminals should be given the electric chair before being arrested.
Things to notice
 They are returning from the "Viper Zombies from Wormwood Creek" movie marathon.
Fun Quotes
 Approaching with stylish but yet careful caution, the Midnight Mallard maneuvers mysteriously toward the manglers of justice.
 Eat Missile, Graffiti Head!
Name-calling
 Quackerjack is called Quacky and Chuckles by Megavolt.
 Megavolt is called Megs and Electro Fix by Quackerjack.
 Darkwing is called Darkwarrior Dunce by Megvolt.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the batteries that are not included.
 I am the terror that hunts in the night, I am the jackal that gnaws at your bones, I am Darkwarrior Duck.
Goofs
 

Episode
53
Title
Stressed to Kill
Broadcast Date
November 20, 1991
Production Code
4308-066
Writer
Doug Langdale
Story Editor
Kevin Crosby Hopps
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Megavolt - Dan Castellaneta
Quackerjack - Michael Bell
Tom Lockjaw - S.Scott Bullock
Summary
Darkwing is getting a little bit stressed. So he goes to the Stress Free Clinic run by Dr. Heebie (Quackerjack) and Dr. Jeebie (Megavolt) and they brainwash him. Now he is too calm (not even Gosalyn deystroying the house can get him mad). When Megavolt and Quackerjack start a fire that soon starts to spread, Launchpad and Gosalyn have to try to get Darkwing out of it. But when Megavolt puts out the fire, he also starts a flood.
Things to notice
 
Fun Quotes
 Cowboys and Indians are committing candy crimes, pirates playing with panthers and now two circus clowns creating chaos across the city! This case just keeps getting crazier and crazier!
 Guess who's next to get fried, Clyde?
 Got that right, Dwight!
 Why don't you light a candle, Randall?
 You turned his brain into spongecake, Jake!
 We gotta leave, Steve!
 Let's get Mischievious!
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called Dipwing by Megavolt.
 Darkwing is called Banana Beak by Quackerjack.
 Megavolt is called Sparky by Quackerjack.
 Quackerjack is called Quacky by Megavolt.
 Megavolt is called Megsy by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 
Goofs
 Darkwing uses a club to hit the jack-in-the-box, and then the club disappears.

Episode
54
Title
The Darkwing Squad
Broadcast Date
November 21, 1991
Production Code
4308-071
Writer
Dev Ross
Story Editor
Tad Stones
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
J.Gander Hooter - Danny Mann
Grizzlikoff - Ron Feinberg
Steelbeak - Rob Paulsen
Darkwing Deer - Sara Partridge
Darkwing Dodo
Darkwing Donkey
Darkwing Dog
Summary
What would cause a dedicated agent like Grzylikoff to leave SHUSH? Just Darkwing Duck training SHUSH agents in his own unique image. Although J. Gander is impressed with Darkwing's work, the agents become downright nuisances. They are more concerned with publicity photos and entrances than doing their job. And that sets Darkwing up for a foul blow from F.O.W.L.'s top agent, Steelbeak.
Things to notice
 
Fun Quotes
 He is the burro that kicks in the night! - Darkwing Donkey!
 Here's the pup who barks when he bites! - Darkwing Dog!
 She's the doe who leaps higher than kites! - Darkwing Deer!
 Who's the bird that pecks at your plight? - Darkwing Dodo
 ...a dazzling display of derring-do...
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called Gimpwing Goof, Dripwing, and Dirtwing by Steelbeak.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the principal you were sent to see.
 We are the team that fights in the night, we are the beaters that scramble your eggmen, we are the Darkwing Squad!
Goofs
 When the sharks are chasing Darkwing, they are in a hallway and should be in the aquarium.

Episode
55
Title
Inside Binkie's Brain
Broadcast Date
November 22, 1991
Production Code
4308-072
Writer
Doug Langdale
Story Editor
Kevin Crosby Hopps
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Herb - Jim Cummings
Binkie - Susan Tolsky
Megavolt - Dan Castellaneta
Dr. Slug
Little Hero
Summary
When Binkie Muddlefoot gets hit on the head by a bowling ball, her "little hero" escapes and causes her to become the Canardian Guardian, the Champion of Safety. Her endless quest for safety endangers the life of Darkwing as he tries once again to capture Megavolt who is trying to liberate all the light bulbs of St. Canard.
Things to notice
 Darkwing refers to this as "The Case of the Housewife Hero".
 When Herb gets hit on the head, Darkwing refers to it as "The Case of the Dancing Dimwit".
Fun Quotes
 It's my mission to liberate all the innocent light bulbs, enslaved by society.
 ...foil this fiendish felon.
 ,,,another costumed, Goody Two-Shoes!
 ...rubout these roughhousing reprobates!
 Prepare to witness the wonder and majesty of Darkwing's Brain!
 ...Megavolt's maniacal master plan!
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called Deadmeat Duck by Megavolt.
 Binkie is called Caped Trouble-Maker by Megavolt.
 Megavolt is called Mr. Volt by Binkie.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the burned-out bulb you cannot reach.
Goofs
 When Darkwing and Launchpad are standing outside the jewelry store, talking to Binkie, the sign on the store reads, "Tewelry Store".
 Binkie's helmet changes color at the end of the episode.

Episode
56
Title
The Haunting of Mr. Banana Brain
Broadcast Date
November 25, 1991
Production Code
4308-073
Writer
Dev Ross
Story Editor
Tad Stones
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Quackerjack - Michael Bell
Paddywhack - Phil Hartman
Summary
A spirit named Paddywhack is unleashed from a jack-in-the-box when Gosalyn gets into mischief, and possesses Quackerjack's doll, Mr. Banana Brain. As he causes trouble alongside the demented toymaker, he grows, feeding from the negative emotions around himself. Darkwing must team up with the unpredictable Quackerjack to force Paddywhack back into his prison.
Things to notice
 Darkwing wants to tell the story of "The Triumphant Triumph of Darkwing Duck", but Gosalyn wants to hear "The Haunting of Mr. Banana Brain" instead.
 Paddywhack was supposed to return in an episode called "Pranks for the Memories" in season 4, but the series was cancelled at the end of season 3.
 Gosalyn wanted to go to Whirling Water World, but Darkwing took her to the museum instead.
 Quackerjack's toys include: Global Destruction Bingo and Demolition Derby
 Gosalyn woke Paddywhack up with her joy buzzer practical joke.
 Paddywhack's jack-in-the-box was dropped in the lake and eaten by a fish.
Fun Quotes
 What goes up, must cause frowns!
 ...put a stop to your food fetish, you fickle felon!
 You really are quite mad; I like that in a clown!
 Let's get Ridiculous!
Name-calling
 Paddywhack is called Mr. Inflato Brain by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the yoyo that keeps coming back.
Goofs
 

Episode
57
Title
Slime OK, You're OK
Broadcast Date
November 26, 1991
Production Code
4308-074
Writer
Gordon Bressack
Story Editor
Kevin Crosby Hopps
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Bushroot - Tino Insana
Summary
Once again, Bushroot is trying to find a friend. He develops a formula to turn vegetation into intelligent companions. Gosalyn gets a dose of the formula and turns into a mass of gelatinous plant matter with slime powers. Now Darkwing has a limited amount of time to find a cure before Gosalyn, half-slime, half-duck, melts into a pile of goo.
Things to notice
 Darkwing uses his Remote Alarm Terminal.
 The radio station, KRYM, broadcasts all crime, all the time.
 The radio program is called American's Funniest Misdemeanors.
 Bushroot's intelligent plant formula is called IQ2U.
Fun Quotes
 High Tech-o-rama!
 Peek-a-Boo, Broccoli Brain!
 Prepare to suck weed killer!
 I'll write a note saying that you can't go to school because you're a gelatinous glob of algae. On second thought, I'll say you've got bubonic plague, it's more believable.
 Her genetic structure has metamorphosed into a photosynthetic primordial ectonic structure.....she's a big slimy mess of goo!
 Let's get Slimey!
 It's time for a little Darkwing Demolition!
Name-calling
 Bushroot is called Broccoli Brain, Bush Brain, Vile Veg Head, Fertilizer Face, Bushy, Villanous Vegetable, and Bush Breath by Darkwing.
 Bushroot is called Geranium Face by Gosalyn.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the fingernail that scrapes the blackboard of your soul.
 I am the spinach that sticks to your teeth.
 I am the slime that slurps in the night, I am the wad of gum that sticks to the heel of crime, I am Yucki Duck. (Gosalyn who is mutating in a slime monster).
Goofs
 At the beginning of the episode, the amount of liquid in the test tube that Bushroot is holding, changes in different shots.

Episode
58
Title
Whirled History
Broadcast Date
November 27, 1991
Production Code
4308-077
Writer
Doug Langdale
Story Editor
Kevin Crosby Hopps
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Honker - Katie Leigh
Astroduck - Katie Leigh
Megavolt - Dan Castellaneta
Herb - Jim Cummings
Binkie - Susan Tolsky
Evil Cosmic Overlord - Dan Castellaneta<
Summary
While she's supposed to be doing her homework, Gosalyn falls asleep on her history book, and dreams she's searching for the Fountain of Knowledge, with Astroduck (Honker). They keep running into famous explorers (Darkwing) and their sidekicks (Launchpad). While she is learning about famous explorers in her dreams, Megavolt uses her as bait to trap and kill Darkwing in the real world.
Things to notice
 The TV show that Gosalyn is watching: Astroduck, the Prince of Space, retrieves the Golden Orb of Yterbbian. When the Evil Cosmic Overlord threatens Astroduck with his Neutron Disassembler, Astroduck pulls out his Plasma Pistol.
 Gosalyn's paper is called "The Great Explorers of History".
 In Gosalyn's dream she sees: Leif Erickson, Indians, Christopher Columbus, Marco Polo. Dr. Livingston, Robert Perry, and Neil Armstrong.
Fun Quotes
 Hang on, Gosalyn! Darkwing Duck always gets his man, daughter, girl....whatever.
 That's one small step for man, one bad day for that guy!
 Hey, no fair running away! Stand still and fry like a duck!
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called Darkwing Do-Gooder and Darkwing Gator by Megavolt.
 The Evil Cosmic Overlord (Megavolt) is called the Cosmic Grump by Gosalyn.
 Megavolt is called Sparky by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 
Goofs
 

Episode
59
Title
U.F. Foe
Broadcast Date
November 28, 1991
Production Code
4308-076
Writer
Dev Ross
Story Editor
Tad Stones
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Tia, Queen of the Galaxy - Allyce Beasley
Gleeb
Cowboy Doug - Michael Gough
Summary
It's a close encounter with some brain-sucking aliens as Darkwing uncovers a plot by aliens to replace Launchpad's brain with a computer. Why would aliens want to replace Launchpad's brain with a computer? Because he's to marry his childhood friend, who is now Queen of the Galaxy and Gleeb wants to be the power behind the throne. Before he can save Launchpad, Darkwing has his *own* brain replaced. It's up to his disembodied brain, and a little help from Gosalyn, to save Launchpad from the same brain-sucking fate.
Things to notice
 They're staying at Cowboy Doug's Dude Ranch.
 The gun they find is the desert is a Zaslovian Atomizer.
 The planet they are from is Zarlax 5.
 The Zaslovian punishment for disrespecting the Queen is de-evolution.
 Gosalyn is making a film called. "Space Boys of Galler Gulch".
Fun Quotes
 ...the devoted Darkwing Duck delves into the desert dieheartedly digging for documentation of his parner's departing....
 ...the daring detective dallies with danger to uncover a plot of alien intrigue...
Name-calling
 Gosalyn is called Scorsese by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the headache in the criminal mind.
Goofs
 

Episode
60
Title
A Star is Scorned
Broadcast Date
November 29, 1991
Production Code
4308-081
Writer
Haskell Barkin, Tad Stones
Story Editor
Tad Stones
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Herb - Jim Cummings
Binkie - Susan Tolsky
Thaddeus Rockwell
Crosby
head of Dizzy Studios
Bushroot - Tino Insana
Summary
The unscrupulous producer of the Darkwing Duck show, Thaddeus Rockwell, wants to replace Darkwing with Bushroot! (After all, he works for fertilizer). In a bizarre sequence of events, Darkwing and Bushroot star in a game show, a children's show, a courtroom drama, a Rambo-type action-adventure, and a monster movie. When Rockwell shows the film to the head of Dizzy Studios (a film designed to make Darkwing look as bad as possible), Darkwing turns the tables. Mr. Dizzy isn't fooled and sends Rockwell to a conference with the "boys in accounting".
Things to notice
 In the children's show segment, Bushroot's theater has the intials "BC" on the front, but Bushroot calls it Puppet Adventure Theater.
 In the courtroom drama segment, Herb is the bailiff, and he's wearing his usual flipflop sandals!
 In the courtroom segment, Bushroot says he has a purple specked nitpicker butterfly, but Darkwing says it's a twig with glued-on leaves.
 In the gameshow segment, Bushroot's show is called, "Earth of Consequences".
Fun Quotes
 They killed her friends and stole her Dad's soul. This time it's personal. Gosalyn Mallard, Zombie Slayer!
 Let's get Deciduous!
 Hey, I'm a vegetable. What do I know about story structure?
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called Wingster by Thaddeus Rockwell.
 Bushroot is called Ambulating Eggplant, Vexing Veggie, and Antisocial Artichoke by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the ivy that clogs your pipes, I am the taproot that clogs your pipes. (Bushroot)
 I am the slug that slimes your begonias.
 I am the editor that leaves you on the cutting room floor.
 I am the clock cleaner who will ring your chimes.
Goofs
 When Darkwing and Gosalyn are in Thaddeus Rockwell's office, there are 2 large blue chairs in front of the desk. Later on, the chairs have disappeared.
 In the children's show segment, the flower on Gosalyn's hat changes color.
 In the courtroom and gameshow segments, Honker and Gosalyn show up from the children's show, but are not wearing their hats.
 In the courtroom drama segment, Bushroot's tie changes color.

Episode
61
Title
The Quiverwing Quack
Broadcast Date
December 2, 1991
Production Code
4308-078
Writer
Dev Ross
Story Editor
Tad Stones
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Negaduck - Jim Cummmings
Dr. Slug
Summary
Dr. Slug edges out Negaduck as Public Enemy Number One and Negaduck is not happy. He plans to regain that lucrative spot by targeting St. Canard's newest heroic figure, the Quiverwing Quack (a.k.a. Gosalyn Mallard). Reluctantly, Darkwing agrees to help her, but Negaduck proves too much and Gosalyn is grounded. But Quiverwing won't be treated like a child and sets out to defeat Negaduck herself.
Things to notice
 Gosalyn says that the Quiverwing Quack is the hero who give crooks the shaft, and has a sidekick called The Arrow Kid.
 After Negaduck attacks Peppe's Pizza, it becomes Peppe's Leaning Tower of Pizza.
Fun Quotes
 You've lit your last fuse, fiend!
 Eat bomb, Twerp!
 Someday the crooks of St. Canard will quake at the coming of Quiverwing Quack.
Name-calling
 Negaduck is called NegaSlime by Darkwing.
 Negaduck is called NegaDope by Gosalyn.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 
Goofs
 

Episode
62
Title
Jail Bird
Broadcast Date
December 3, 1991
Production Code
4308-080
Writer
Doug Langdale, Michael Maurer
Story Editor
Doug Langdale
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Megavolt - Dan Castellaneta
Bushroot - Tino Insana
the Liquidator - Jack Angel
Quackerjack - Michael Bell
Negaduck - Jim Cummings
Warden Waddlesworth - Jim Cummings
Summary
Negaduck steals a diamond that can steal other peoples powers, the Mystic Eye of Quackzecoatl. And after he steals the powers from Bushroot, Megavolt, the Liquidator, and Quackerjack, they must help Darkwing defeat Mega-Negaduck to prevent the city from being leveled.
Things to notice
 Bushroot, Megavolt, the Liquidator and Quackerjack have been sent to the Maximum Security Super Villian Prison.
 Aliases Darkwing tries so he can get arrested and find out where Negaduck is:
   Jumpin Quack Flash - The Bouncing Baron of Badness
   Roller Duck - The Wheeled Wonder of Wickedness
   Demolition Duck - The Mighty Mallard Menace, Champion of Chicanery, Vanguard of Villany
Fun Quotes
 New improved, Burglar in a Bottle!
 If there's anything worse than slop, it's cold slop!
 Zap him, Mulch him, Slice him 'n' Dice him, Tickle him to death!
 Let's get Cooperative!
Name-calling
 Bushroot is called Salad Puss by Darkwing.
 Bushroot is called Bush Brain by Megavolt.
 Bushroot is called Melon Head by Quackerjack.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 
Goofs
 When the Fearless Four lose their powers, shouldn't their appearances have changed?

Episode
63
Title
Dirtysomething
Broadcast Date
December 4, 1991
Production Code
4308-082
Writer
Katie Kuch, Cheryl Scarbrough
Story Editor
Gordon Bressack
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Honker - Katie Leigh
Ammonia Pine - Mitzi McCall
Ample Grime - Ellen Gerstell
Summary
F.O.W.L. High Command teams the obsessive cleaning agent Ammonia Pine with her equally obsessive dirtbag sister, Ample Grime. Together, they plan to drag St. Canard through the muck and then take it to the cleaners. Darkwing is hampered in his attempt to foil the Terrible Two's dirty plans by Gosalyn's newfound hobby: recycling. To raise money to purchase a video game, she's recycling everything in sight: the Ratcatcher, Darkwing's computer, the Thunderquack, the television, and Darkwing's comic book collection.
Things to notice
 The game Gosalyn wants is Megablasting Mutants of Death video game, and she needs $48.23 to buy it.
 Ammonia Pine and Ample Grime are executing F.O.W.L.'s Emergency Extortion Plan 23B.
 Ammonia Pine and Ample Grime are sisters.
 Ample Grime is using a Super Gunkomatic Spray and Ammonia Pine is using the Clean Machine Extractor Beam.
 The radio station is KRYM - all crime, all the time.
Fun Quotes
 Make my day, Lint ball!
 Suck Suds!
 It's Grime Time!
Name-calling
 Ammonia is called Overgrown Wet Mop by Ample Grime.
 Darkwing is called Darkmeat Duck by Ammonia Pine.
 Ample Grime is called the Dutchess of Dirt and Overgrown Lintball by Ammonia Pine.
 Ammonia Pine calls herself the Queen of Clean.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the raspberry seed you can't floss out.
 I am the squeaky brakes that...oh, nuts! (crash).
Goofs
 

Episode
64
Title
Kung Fooled
Broadcast Date
December 5, 1991
Production Code
4308-075
Writer
Victor Cook, George Johnston
Story Editor
Doug Langdale
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Moliarity - Jim Cummings
museum curator - Hal Rayle
Goose Lee - Robert Ito
boss ninja - Hal Rayle
Duck Ling - Candy Milo
Summary
Darkwing and Company chase Moliarity as he digs straight through the world and emerges in Kung Pow City. KPC is the home of Darkwing's Quack Fu instructor, Master Goose Lee, and they decide to pay him a visit. But all is not as it seems with Darkwing's old mentor; they find Goose Lee has fallen victim to commercialism. There's also something rotten in the city of Kung Pow and Goose Lee has plans to build his dream -- Ninja Land -- no matter what the cost
Things to notice
 Darkwing was called Little Grub Worm when he studied with Goose Lee.
 The fighting techniques that Darkwing learned from Goose Lee: the Whip Kick, the Dreaded Nostril Flip, the Belly Bounce.
 Goose Lee has to find the Ancient Dragon of Kung Pow to make his theme park work.
 Gosalyn is rescued by Duck Ling, who looks a bit like Honker.
 The ninjas have stolen the Sacred Horn, and now just need the Ancient Dragon of Kung Pow, to bring the great dragon to life.
Fun Quotes
 .the dauntless Darkwing Duck deftly defeats the demon's devious deviltry...
 With my training, this poor defenseless slob will become a mighty ball of martial arts fury. He'll be able to employ such moves as the Eyelid Twist, the Navel Spin, and of course, the most devastating move of all, the Belly Bounce.
 Suck gas, you ninja nincompoops!
 Prepare to face Darkwing Duck's fearsome fists of fury. First, the Big Bash! Then, the Toe Twister. And finally, the Double Web Kick.
 ...these guys are battered, bamboozled and beaten...
 ...St. Canard's crafty caped crimefighter....
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called Do-Gooder Duck by Moliarity.
 Darkwing is called Midnight Mallard by himself.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the special news bulletin that interrupts your favorite show.
 I am the bubblegum that sticks in your hair.
Goofs
 

Episode
65
Title
Bad Luck Duck
Broadcast Date
December 6, 1991
Production Code
4308-079
Writer
Michael Maurer
Story Editor
Kevin Crosby Hopps, Doug Langdale
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Negaduck - Jim Cummings
witch doctor - Hal Rayle
Darkwing Duck Fan Club
Summary
Negaduck is at it again. He steals a magic amulet that can bring inanimate objects to life and Darkwing gets the blame. The witch doctor from whom Negaduck stole the amulet places a bad luck curse on Darkwing. While Darkwing maintains that he doesn't believe in curses or bad luck, he's *not* having a good day. Can Darkwing survive long enough to convince the witch doctor that he's innocent and stop Negaduck from trashing St. Canard?
Things to notice
 The walking bridge looks very similar to the walkers from Star Wars.
 Darkwing receives the Curse of Eternal Bad Luck.
Fun Quotes
 Ta, Ta, Twerp!
 Who do Voodoo, He do Voodoo!
 Bad luck, my webbed foot!
 Suck water, Do Gooder!
 We've been swallowed alive by a fast food stand!
 Today, St. Canard. Tomorrow, the World! I always wanted to say that!
 Bibitty Bobitty Boo, McGraw McGee McGoo, Rhumba Zinga Bossa Nova, Zippity Do Dah Zoo!
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called DarkWeb by Negaduck.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the itch you cannot reach.
 I am the ...(crash)...all right, who put the banana peel there?!
Goofs
 The witch doctor's necklace disappears before Negaduck steals it.
 While parachuting, Negaduck is wearing Darkwing's costume for a moment.

Episode
66
Title
That Sinking Feeling
Broadcast Date
September 7, 1991
Production Code
4308-007
Writer
Tad Stones
Story Editor
Tad Stones
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Honker - Katie Leigh
Moliarity - Jim Cummings
moles - Lorenzo Music
Summary
Moliarity, the fiendish genius marketer and mole from the deep underground, has rallied his fellow moles 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.
Things to notice
 The tanker is named the USS Langdale.
 The radio station is named KDUQ.
 Moliarity's device is called the Kineto Beam, and will plunge the world into darkness.
 Gosalyn wants to be called the Masked Mallard or the Scarlet Quackette.
Fun Quotes
 Just another cheap huckster with plans of world domination.
 It takes more than a mob of malcontent moles to trap Darkwing Duck.
 ...the daring Darkwing Duck defies death yet again and defeats the despictable denizens of darkness.
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called Darkwing Deuce, Darkmeat, and Deadmeat Duck by Moliarity.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the winged scourge that pecks at your nightmares.
Goofs
 After Gosalyn throws a goldfish bowl of water at Darkwing to wake him up, the goldfish that he pulls out of his mouth is significantly larger than the one that was in the bowl.

Episode
67
Title
Film Flam
Broadcast Date
September 14, 1991
Production Code
4308-034
Writer
Bruce Reid Schaeffer
Story Editor
Carter Crocker
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Gosalyn's counselor
Tuskernini - Kenneth Mars
penguins
Summary
When Gosalyn starts claiming to have seen movie characters come to life, Darkwing chalks it up to too many horror movies warping her delicate psyche. But it seems that Tuskernini is using a special camera gun to pull characters directly out of the 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.
Things to notice
 Characters who come to life from the movies: the Snake-Eyed Kid, a zombie with a chainsaw, Mongo from Mars, Andy Ape, Fleabeard the pirate, and Congo the gorilla.
 Gosalyn is case 1331 with her school counselor.
 The movie they go see: Wacky Times with Andy Ape.
 Darkwing defeats the characters by imitating what happened in their movies: the Snake Eye was defeated by Bonanza Bob, Mongo was defeated by Lord Zapp controlling his thoughts, and the Zombie was defeated by South Dakota Smith.
 Darkwing is wearing a Tale Spin shirt under his costume.
Fun Quotes
 Help! I'm being kidnapped by a fictional character!
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called DoGood Duck by Tuskernini.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the plot twist in the second reel.
Goofs
 While being held by Andy Ape, Gosalynís size changes a couple of times.

Episode
68
Title
Negaduck
Broadcast Date
September 21, 1991
Production Code
4308-025
Writer
Steve Roberts
Story Editor
Duane Capizzi
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Honker - Katie Leigh
Negaduck - Jim Cummings
Megavolt - Dan Castellaneta
Herb - Jim Cummings
Binkie - Susan Tolsky
Tank - Dana Hill
Summary
Darkwing Duck has been 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. The Evil Darkwing locks everyone up in Darkwing Tower and is off to make sure nobody puts him back together with his wimpy twin. But when he's accidentally zapped again, he becomes the Galvanized NEGADUCK!!!
Things to notice
 The Negaduck in this episode is different from the normal Negaduck. The regular Negaduck is Darkwing from an alternate universe, but this Negaduck is the Galvanized Negative Energy from Darkwing's Body ...his true dark half.
 On TV they are watching: Chip Ďní Dale, Pelicanís Island, and Wheel of Torture.
 The film showing when Evil Darkwing goes to the movie theater is The Cute Little Lost Bunnies Movie.
Fun Quotes
 Eat Wrecking Ball, Creep!
 Let's get considerate!
 ...saved the city from the scheming scourge of scurrulous scum...
Name-calling
 The Muddlefoots are called The Muddleheads by Evil Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the cat that somebody let out of the bag.
 (when Megavolt zaps Evil Darkwing a second time) I am the most fiendish terror that flaps in the darkest night. I am the skunk that pollutes your air. I am NegaDuck.
 I am the shopping cart that nicks your paint job.
Goofs
 Interesting that Evil Darkwing's eyebrows show through his mask.

Episode
69
Title
Fungus Amongus
Broadcast Date
September 28, 1991
Production Code
4308-010
Writer
Dev Ross
Story Editor
Tad Stones
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Morgana - Kath Soucie
Lady Janus
Granny
Uncle Nero
Renfield
Cousin Blobby
Summary
Bats are stealing anchovies. Phantom hounds snag pepperoni. Black cats nab onions. A case getting battier by the moment, just the way Darkwing likes them. These supernatural pizza topping thefts lead Darkwing to the place that is home to St. Canard's mushroom production - MacCawber Mushrooms Unlimited. However, instead of keeping his thoughts on the case, he ends up falling for Morgana MacCawber, the president of the company. Can he crack this mysterious case, or has the hero been bitten too hard by the lovebug?
Things to notice
 In Morganaís house the hallway looks like it was designed by escher.
Fun Quotes
 ...some fiendish food freak is filching pizza toppings...
 ...catch that condiment creep...
 Darkwing, if you insist on having principles, our relationship is doomed!
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called Dingwing Dork by himself.
 The mutant mushrooms are called Spore Brains by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the onion that stings in your eyes.
Goofs
 After the snake hits the wall, when being pulled into the manhole, its color changes to green.
 When Launchpad and Darkwing are chained up, Darkwing's cape color switches between purple and black.

Episode
70
Title
Slaves to Fashion
Broadcast Date
October 5, 1991
Production Code
4308-037
Writer
Gary Sperling
Story Editor
Tom Minton
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Honker - Katie Leigh
Tank - Dana Hill
Tuskernini - Kenneth Mars
Herb - Jim Cummings
Binkie - Susan Tolsky
skateboarders
taxi driver
receptionist
masquerade guests
Summary
Under Binkie Muddlefoot's advice, Drake decides Gosalyn should act more like a "lady". Meanwhile, Tuskernini has developed a Hypno Gas spray that makes people act the way they are dressed and targets the rich citizens attending the school masquerade party.
Things to notice
 
Fun Quotes
 Oh great, my daughter, a heavy metal gun moll!
 Darkwing Duck demands your demise!
 Methinks malicious mischief mars this masquerade.
 ..from a well-dressed walrus in the Warehouse district.
Name-calling
 Honker is called Honk-Face, and Honk-Head by Tank.
 Tank is called Tank-Top by Gosalyn.
 Gosalyn is called Gossi-poo by Honker.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the meter on the cab of justice.
 I am the terror that flaps in the night, I am the sandtrap on the fairway of evil. (Gossalyn making a Darkwing manequin speak).
Goofs
 

Episode
71
Title
Something Fishy
Broadcast Date
October 12, 1991
Production Code
4308-028
Writer
Steve Sustarsic
Story Editor
Carter Crocker
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
boy at fountain - Cam Clarke
Neptunia - Susan Silo
litterbug
crabs
octopus
whale
Summary
A day at the beach gets turned upside down when the gang has to deal with attacks from sea creatures. In comes Neptunia, Protector of the Sea, who is sick of the pollution that is dumped in the sea and caused her to mutate. She plans revenge by flooding the city of St. Canard!
Things to notice
 Gosalyn Mallard, girl of action, patrols the beach, determined to catch any polluters and make then pay.
 Hey, Dad, what's making those crabs, so crabby of all sudden?
 Honey, you've got the IQ of kelp.
Fun Quotes
 Did I really just see what I saw in the sea?
Name-calling
 Neptunia is called: Melodius Miscreant, Supercillious Sardine, Chicken of the Sea, Cretinous Carp, Angel Fish, Supercillious Smelt, Silly Sea Serpent, Barracuda Breath, and Merciless Marlin by Darkwing.
 Darkwing and Launchpad are called Sea-Barnacle Brains by Neptunia.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the smoke that smokes smoked oysters.
Goofs
 

Episode
72
Title
Tiff of the Titans
Broadcast Date
October 19, 1991
Production Code
4308-032
Writer
Len Uhley
Story Editor
Kevin Crosby Hopps
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Honker - Katie Leigh
Steelbeak - Rob Paulsen
Gizmoduck - Hamilton Camp
major
Summary
FOWL wants the Army's new super weapon, the EGRT (the Experimental General Retalitory Transport). The Army asks Gizmoduck to protect it while it's on display at the St. Canard Air Show. Steelbeak devises a plan to keep Darkwing and Gizmoduck busy while he steals the EGRT by making Darkwing look like a criminal.
Things to notice
 Scrooge McDuck, Gizmoduck's employer from "Ducktales", appears on the Welcome to Duckburg sign Gizmoduck passes on his way to St. Canard.
 Gosalyn and Honker are watching "Nightmare on Pelican Island".
 Gizmoduck's real identity is Fenton Crackshell, and he and Launchpad used to work together in Duckburg.
 Gizmoduck's code words: Blathering Blathersky.
 The EGRT drops a Yolk Bomb that can immoblize whole platoons in an asphyxiating ooze.
Fun Quotes
 ...scouring the city for that slippery scum, Steelbeak.
 If I want to watch a clown, I'll tune into a Congressional hearing!
 Sunrise. The solitary savvy sleuth scans the crime scene for clues.
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called Blanketed Buffoon, Mercurial Malcontent, Felonious Fraud, and Twinkle Toes by Gizmoduck.
 Darkwing is called Darkwing Dope by Steelbeak.
 Gizmoduck is called Chrome Dome by Steelbeak.
 Gizmoduck is called Helmet Head, Dodo from Duckburg, Ham in a Can, Rustbucket, and a Talking Grocery Cart by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the stink bug that smears your windshield. (Steelbeak)
 I am the cotton swab that gets stuck in your ear. (Steelbeak)
Goofs
 

Episode
73
Title
Calm a Chameleon
Broadcast Date
October 26, 1991
Production Code
4308-030
Writer
Dean Stefan
Story Editor
Carter Crocker
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Honker - Katie Leigh
Mrs. Howell
Camile Chameleon
Summary
To make money the old-fashioned way, Camille Chameleon steals some $100 printing plates. To print it, she uses her ability to shape-shift to use the presses at the Howell Publishing Empire. With her changing into the semblance of everybody around, how will Darkwing catch her?
Things to notice
 Darkwing gives Honker a copy of "The Darkwing Duck Assertiveness Training Course". Read it, Learn it, Live it.
 Camille steals ink from Ink, Inc. The world's leading supplier of ink blot tests for psychiatrists.
 After reading Darkwing's assertiveness book Honker decides to drop his wimp act, and changes his name to Speck.
Fun Quotes
 DW, you really oughta schedule your chase sequences to avoid rush hour.
 If you'll excuse me, I have a fiendish revenge plot to carry out.
 How's it quacking, Dudes?
 ...larcenous lawbreaking lizard on the loose.
Name-calling
 Camille is called Revolting Reptile, Loathsome Lizard, Slithering Swindler, Cagey Chameleon, and Lousy Lizard by Darkwing.
 Honker is called Biker Dude by Gosalyn.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the substantial but inescapable penalty for early withdrawal.
Goofs
 

Episode
74
Title
Battle of the Brainteasers
Broadcast Date
November 2, 1991
Production Code
4308-009
Writer
Kevin Campbell, Brian Swenlin
Story Editor
Tad Stones
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Honker - Katie Leigh
Herb - Jim Cummings
Klaatu2 -
Tank - Dana Hill
Binkie - Susan Tolsky
Flarg - Rob Paulsen
Barada - Rob Paulsen
Nikto - Frank Welker
MP guard -
Summary
In a close encounter of the haberdasher kind, hat-shaped aliens crash on Earth and take over Honker, Darkwing and Launchpad and demand to be made rulers of the universe. It's up to Gosalyn to rescue her friends and family and save the planet from nuclear annihilation and time for Honker to show some guts.
Things to notice
 Flarg is the green hat and attaches himself to Honker, Barada is the yellow hat and attaches himself to Darkwing, and Nikto is the blue hat and attaches himself to Launchpad.
 Nikto is eating an electro-magnetic lock for a plasmotic fission bomb.
 Flarg the Terrible is the Grand High Potentate of a thousand planets in the Delphonic Nebula.
 Klaatu2 is the leader of Gurlest Revolutionaries.
Fun Quotes
 ...callously crushed by the collosal kid.
 Ah! A devotee of Galvarin Galactic Digit Fighting.
 No brain-scarfing alien is gonna take my planet!
Name-calling
 Honker is called Mr. Motor Mouth by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 
Goofs
 

Episode
75
Title
Bad Tidings
Broadcast Date
November 9, 1991
Production Code
4308-038
Writer
Gary Klein, Dean Stefan
Story Editor
Carter Crocker
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
J.Gander Hooter - Danny Mann
Grizzlikoff - Ron Feinberg
Steelbeak - Rob Paulsen
Summary
F.O.W.L., the Fiendish Organization for World Larceny, has engineered a flood of tidal waves to hold the world hostage. The demands? 90 kazillion dollars or the world drowns. SHUSH calls on Darkwing Duck to help defuse the situation. Unfortunately, J.Gander pairs him with Agent Gryzlikoff, which causes more problems with their incessant bickering than Steelbeak and his earthquake device.
Things to notice
 Launchpad, Gosalyn and Honker do not appear in this episode.
 Darkwing says that all the tidal waves are caused by volcanic activity with a seismic force of 7.3 or greater, with an epicenter in the Southern Hemisphere.
 Darkwing has to fly in SHUSH's Stealth Shuttle, with Grizzlikoff as the pilot.
 J.Gander gives Darkwing a wristwatch that's actually a grenade.
Fun Quotes
 You've kaputted aircraft and nearly expirated our lives.
 That ought to heat the cold war back up again, ne c'est pas?
 He's full of borscht, it's all his fault!
 I'm about to boldly go where no mallard has gone before.
 Eggmen, scramble those poachers!
Name-calling
 Grizzlikoff is called Laughing Boy, and Borscht Brain by Darkwing.
 Grizzlikoff is called Agent Grizzly Face by Steelbeak.
 Darkwing is called Noodle Nut by Grizzlikoff.
 Steelbeak is called a Yolkster by Darkwing.
 Darkwing is called Darkwing Doofus by Steelbeak.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 
Goofs
 

Episode
76
Title
Going Nowhere Fast
Broadcast Date
November 16, 1991
Production Code
4308-057
Writer
Gary Sperling
Story Editor
Tom Minton
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Negaduck - Jim Cummings
Prof. Allan
Prof. Gerrick
Tom Lockjaw - S.Scott Bullock
Summary
Darkwing gets super speed from Negaduck's Portable Particle Accelerator, but there's a price: he ages faster, too. With Darkwing aged beyond hope, Negaduck terrorizes the city. While trying to stop him, Launchpad, Gosalyn and Honker become trapped and the only hope is Darkwing.
Things to notice
 The names of the scientists are taken from the Flash comic book series.
 Negaduck uses a Portable Particle Accelerator to rob the safe.
 They dip Darkwing's costume in a non-stick coating to reduce the friction from his new super-speed.
 Darkwing gives Negaduck a Slow-Motion Potion.
Fun Quotes
 Choke on this, Do-Gooder!
 At this rate, there'll be nothing left of me but Dustbuster bait.
Name-calling
 Negaduck is called NegaDope by Darkwing.
 Darkwing is called Dimwit Duck and Gramps by Negaduck.
 Darkwing is called The Sultan of Speed by himself.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the screetching fingernails on the chalkboard of justice. I am the sourball in the candy jar of goodness. I am Negaduck!
 I am the Heimlich maneuver for the choking victims of crime.
Goofs
 

Episode
77
Title
A Brush with Oblivion
Broadcast Date
November 23, 1991
Production Code
4308-022
Writer
Mirith Schilder
Story Editor
Carter Crocker
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Honker - Katie Leigh
Herb - Jim Cummings
Binkie - Susan Tolsky
museum curator - Michael Greer
Tank - Dana Hill
Splatter Phoenix - Dani Staahl
art fence
Summary
Splatter Phoenix's exploiting her felony phase and holding the Mona Lisa's smile for ransom to get some public funding. Thanks to unusual compounds that allow art to come alive or one to actually enter into a painting, Darkwing and the gang must chase her through several well-known art works, each complete with a change in drawing style.
Things to notice
 They are attending the "School Day at the Museum" event at the St. Canard Museum.
 Honker's painting is named "Crusty Flakes to the 14th power".
 Paintings that Darkwing, Launchpad, Gosalyn and Honker run through:
   Washington Crossing the Delaware by Emanuel Leutze
   Guernica by Pablo Picasso
   American Gothic by Grant Wood
   The Persistence of Memory by Salvador Dali
   Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci
   Composition in Blue, Yellow and Black by Piet Mondrian
Fun Quotes
 Letís get surrealistic!
 Honker, as soon as we make bail, you're grounded for life!
Name-calling
 Splatter Phoenix is called Misguided Duckelangelo, Rotten Rembrant Robber, Demented DeVinci, and Wretched Renior by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the tube of cadmium yellow that's impossible to open.
Goofs
 

Episode
78
Title
The Merchant of Menace
Broadcast Date
November 30, 1991
Production Code
4308-035
Writer
Peter Hastings
Story Editor
Tom Minton
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Herb - Jim Cummings
J.Gander Hooter - Danny Mann
Grizzlikoff - Ron Feinberg
woman
butler
Weazel Loman
Summary
SHUSH calls Darkwing to work on a major jewel theft. The suspect: Herb Muddlefoot. Darkwing may not like his boorish neighbor, but he knows Herb isn't a spy. He refuses the case and J. Gander turns it over to a trigger happy Gryzlikoff. Darkwing swallows his pride and learns to be a QuackerWare salesman to protect Herb and find the real culprit, all the while dodging Gryzlikoff and irate housewives.
Things to notice
 Herb is the QuackerWare Slesman of the Year and QuackerWare Salesman of the Decade.
 The biggest QuackerWare product seller is Q-7301.
Fun Quotes
 You're a millionaire, with QuackerWare!
 Wow! Herb Muddlefoot's got groupies!
 You can shake it, but you just can't break it.
 Remember, Drake. QuackerWare will take you there!
 There's never a complainer, with a QuackerWare container!
 The QuackerWare cheer:
   Like the hundred legs on a centipede,
   We move forward in a great stampede.
   Even the other guys must concede,
   QuackerWare salesmen are a special breed.
 Herb Muddlefoot, one-man QuackerWare defense squad!
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called Darkwing Dolt by Grizzlikoff.
 Grizzlikoff is called Lard Hips by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the terror that flaps...in your windshield.
Goofs
 

Episode
79
Title
Monsters R Us
Broadcast Date
September 12, 1992
Production Code
4308-085
Writer
Michael Maurer
Story Editor
Doug Langdale
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Morgana - Kath Soucie
Moloculo Macawber - Jack Angel
Aunt Nasty
Cousin Globby
Summary
A visit to Macawber Manor turns into a real-life monster movie for Darkwing, Gosalyn and Launchpad. They inadvertently travel to Macawber Castle in Transylvania and meet the Macawber clan. Morgana's father, Moloculo, is not predisposed to entertain normals in his house, and is infuriated that Morgana is dating one. So he turns Darkwing, Gosalyn and Launchpad into monsters: Darkwolf Dog, Frankengos and Launchbat. This move proves to be a mistake, as they end up in a confrontation with the local villagers.
Things to notice
 Darkwing gets turned into a dog, Launchpad into a vampire bat and Gosalyn into a Frankenstein-type monster.
 At dinner, they are serving Pasta Serpentine, Transylvanian Goulash, and Phantom Fizz.
Fun Quotes
 Father, if you blow up my boyfriend, I'll never speak to you again!
 We must scream the impossible scream!
 Real men don't talk!
 OK, let's win one for the Grim Reaper!
 We must boldly scare where no one has scared before!
 Uh oh, Go boom time!
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called Nitwit Normal by Moluoculo.
 The villagers are called Bratwurst-munching Yahoos and Pitchfork-toting Yahoos by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the terrier that yaps in the night, I am the schnauzer that digs up your petunias, I am Darkwolf Dog. (Darkwing, after being transformed into a dog).
Goofs
 When Launchpad, Darkwing and Gosalyn are looking over the edge of the ground at the approaching villagers, for a brief moment, Darkwing's head and Gosalyn's head are the same size.

Episode
80
Title
Inherit the Wimp
Broadcast Date
September 19, 1992
Production Code
4308-084
Writer
Gordon Bressack
Story Editor
Tad Stones
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Morgana - Kath Soucie
Megavolt - Dan Castellaneta
The Liquidator - Jack Angel
Sir Quackmeyer Mallard - Roddy McDowall
Quack Mallardson, the Wittlin' Kid - Neil Ross
Summary
Gosalyn's homework assignment is to write about a member of her family. When she proposes to tell the class that her father is Darkwing Duck, Drake thinks the solution is to show her the Mallard family history. Meanwhile, Megavolt is stealing the nervous energy of the citizens in his latest mad escapade. While Darkwing and Launchpad go out to stop him, Gosalyn uses the Time Top to bring Darkwing's ancestors to the present. The time machine is wrecked, Launchpad is a statue thanks to Megavolt, and the courageous Mallard heroes turn out to be more wimp than hero. When Megavolt steals Darkwing and Launchpad's nervous energy, the failures have a chance to prove they are heroes at heart.
Things to notice
 Darkwing's relatives: Web Wolf the Barbarian, Sir Quackmeyer Mallard, Sheriff Quack Mallardson.
 When Launchpad comes back from his trip in the TimeTop, he announces that he's Launchpadius McQuackus, Centurian, third class.
 Megavolt is using an Electro Nerve Generator to light every bulb in St. Canard.
Fun Quotes
 Wait 'til you see the Mallard Family Tree! Sure, then I can meet the Family Bush, and the Family Mulch Pile!
 This smacks of the shocking chicanery of that kingping of kilowatts - Megavolt!
 Haven't you learned that crime does not pay? Maybe not, but the benefits package is great!
 I doubt this guy's brain has enough energy to power a penlight, but every little wit helps!
Name-calling
 Megavolt is called Chuckles and MegaDolt by Darkwing.
 Darkwing is called Dullwing by Megavolt.
 Megavolt is called Bulb Head by Gosalyn.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 He is the eraser that rubs out the typos of crimes, he is Gosalyn's dad! (Gosalyn showing her school work to Darkwing).
 We are the terrors that flap in the night. We are the splinters that you just can't tweeze, I reckon. We are the rust spots on the armor of crime. We..um, we....We Bad! (Darkwing's relatives).
Goofs
 When Megavolt is talking to the light bulb at Hamburger Hippo, the handles on the refrigerator disappear and then reappear on the other side of the door.
 When Darkwing pushes the cart at Megavolt, the bottles on the bottom shelf of the cart change colors.

Episode
81
Title
The Revenge of the Return of the Brainteasers, Too
Broadcast Date
September 26, 1992
Production Code
4308-083
Writer
Charlie Howell
Story Editor
Gordon Bressack
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Honker - Katie Leigh
Binkie - Susan Tolsky
Herb - Jim Cummings
Flarg - Rob Paulsen
Barada - Rob Paulsen
Nikto - Frank Welker
joke shop owner - Richard Karron
Telaya - Susan Tolsky
Summary
Honker has become a galactic hero after foiling Flarg and his companions from ruling the galaxy. The hat-shaped alien Flarg escapes prison on the Planet Fez and vows to ruin the one responsible for putting him there. Flarg and his minions return to Earth with the blueprints to a Galactic Harmonizer, planning to build it and then trick Honker into activating it, bringing mass destruction and mayhem to the Universe (static cling, too) and capture it on video. For above all things, Flarg wants to discredit Honker in the eyes of his admirers back on Fez.
Things to notice
 The aliens need a Sonic Instigator (a kazoo) to fix their Intergallactic Harmonizer.
 The aliens eat metal.
 Herb gets tonic from the Feather Club for Men to take care of his bald spot.
Fun Quotes
 Have him reblocked!
 Your chapeau chicanery is all over!
Name-calling
 Telaya is called Brim Breath by Gosalyn.
 Flarg is called Your Cranial Loftiness and Your Temporal Supremacy by Nikto.
 Telaya is called Famished Fedora by Flarg.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the pebble in the shoe of ignominy.
Goofs
 Telaya pays for the first kazoo, but doesn't pay for the rest.

Episode
82
Title
Star Crossed Circuits
Broadcast Date
October 3, 1992
Production Code
4308-086
Writer
Bill Motz, Robert Roth
Story Editor
Doug Langdale
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Honker - Katie Leigh
D-2000 - Victoria Carroll
Summary
Darkwing gets the D-2000 super-computer from SHUSH. While it seems to be perfect, Launchpad feels it's replacing him as sidekick, and Gosalyn is fed up with not getting away with anything. Honker tries reprogramming it, but an accident with a can of Koo Koo Kola and a video tape of "The Young and the Brainless" turns it into DiDi Lovelost, and she's in love with Darkwing. Darkwing finally tells the computer system it's getting unplugged when he gets to the tower, at which point it goes berserk and decides that if it canít have Darkwing no one else will.
Things to notice
 The soap opera is the Young and the Brainless, starring Didi Lovelost and Wisconsin Webfoot.
 The D-2000 super computer can hold 98 trillion bits of information.
 Darkwing gets a Waffle Launcher for the Ratcatcher and a 240 jigawatt Laser Cannon for the Thunderquack.
Fun Quotes
 Cheese my sidekick, will you?
 Ice cream, my tail feathers!
 Sorry, babe, can't stick around. Gotta mambo!
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called: Darkypoo, Honeywumpus, Sugarcakes, Snuggywuggims, Babycakes, Snookums, Ducky Darling, Honey Bunny, Duckly Wuckly, Sweetlumps, Honeyquack, Darling, Honey, Cuddlylumps, Downy Delight, Tootle Wing, Lovebug and Poopsie by the D-2000.
 The D-2000 is called: Brain Dead Database, Overgrown Calculator, Heartsick Harddrive, Maniacal Mainframe, Brainless Bucket of Bolts, and Tin-Plated Terror by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the check that overdraws your account.
Goofs
 

Episode
83
Title
The Steerminator
Broadcast Date
October 10, 1992
Production Code
4308-089
Writer
Tad Stones, Dev Ross
Story Editor
Tad Stones
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Taurus Bulba - Tim Curry
Steelbeak - Rob Paulsen
J.Gander Hooter - Danny Mann
Summary
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. Unfortunately, Gosalyn and Honker fall afoul of Bulba, and Darkwing, with two broken legs and confined to a wheelchair, must use every ounce of cunning and expertise to outwit, outsmart, and outmaneuver the Steerminator.
Things to notice
 Darkwing spends this episode in a wheelchair due to a skiing accident at a ski shop sale.
 Taurus Bulba's circuitry overloads when he talks about Darkwing.
 Darkwing gets a new piece of equipment, the Hoverquack.
 This episode is a cliffhanger that was supposed to be resolved in season 4.
Fun Quotes
 Honker, instructions are for weenies!
 I am not having fun, anymore!
 Prepare to meet your programmer!
Name-calling
 Taurus Bulba is called Compuerized Cow, Beef Jerky, Metal Monster, and Bulbie by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 
Goofs
 When Darkwing and Launchpad get into the Thunderquack, and Launchpad lowers the glass roof, Darkwing acts like the roof is on his broken leg, but it looks like his leg is inside.
 When Gosalyn hits Honker with the paint sprayer, he gets paint all over his face and shirt, but there's no paint on his glasses.
 While in the Hoverquack, Gosalyn's helmet changes colors.
 The colored buttons in the Hoverquack are in reversed order in one shot.

Episode
84
Title
The Frequency Fiends
Broadcast Date
October 17, 1992
Production Code
4308-091
Writer
Bill Motz, Robert Roth
Story Editor
Doug Langdale
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Megavolt - Dan Castellaneta
Lightwave - Elizabeth Dally
Radiowave
Heatwave
Summary
Darkwing's new weapon from SHUSH hits Gosalyn and turns the three worst aspects of Gosalyn's personality into evil energy beings. Although she's perfectly fine, 3 new beings are created, all of which look like Gosalyn, but have powers based on different frequencies: Heatwave (red), Lightwave (yellow), and Radiowave (green). Darkwing enlists Megavoltís help, but an untrusting Darkwing messes things up by not believing Megvolt. Now the 3 Frequency Fiends are combined into 1 super-being, and it's up to the combined efforts of Darkwing, Launchpad, Gosalyn, and Megavolt to stop them!
Things to notice
 When we first see Megavolt in this episode, he is humming the Darkwing Duck theme song, and complains that he can't get the tune out of his head.
 The book they use is called 'Squishy the Squirrel's Big Book of Quantum Physics'.
Fun Quotes
 Say, I wonder if these gals have an unquenchable thirst for chaos and mayhem? We could do some crimes together!
 Suck flame-retarding foam, Evil Doer!
 The magnet will interpolate the hyperstatic matrix to a random configuration...um, they'll go boom!
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called Shoehorn Beak by Lightwave.
 Launchpad is called Waffle Head by Heatwave.
 The energy beings are called Powermad Pipsqueaks by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the low point on your sine wave.
Goofs
 When Lightwave draws the bullseye on the building and then throws the dart, the building has no windows in the area where she draws the bullseye. But a moment later, we see people from inside the building, looking out windows.
 At various points in the episode, the buttons on the magnet control box change positions, and are sometimes the same color.
 When chasing the super-being in the Thunderquack, Megavolt isn't with them in some shots.

Episode
85
Title
Paint Misbehavin'
Broadcast Date
October 24, 1992
Production Code
4308-090
Writer
Matt Uitz
Story Editor
Doug Langdale
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Splatter Phoenix - Andrea Martin
Summary
Splatter Phoenix is back in town and on a rampage to wipe out the low-brow rubbish passing as art and replace it with her own brand of "daringly innovative pseudo-anti-neo-post-modern deconstructionist...um..stuff." She targets the Motel Art Auction, atrocious architecture, and finally, the antithesis of everything she stands for: The Comic Book Convention, where Darkwing is appearing as the guest of honor.
Things to notice
 The comic books they talk about are: Captain Virtue, Death Scooter Boy, and Frankie Ferret and his Furry Friends.
 Splatter is using Quantum Mechanical brushes.
 Splatter's superhero is called Surreal Man.
Fun Quotes
 This town is drowning in drab, moldering in mediocrity. But have no fear, Splatter Phoenix will transform this monotonous metropolis.
 ..the prividious paint-wielding purveyor of panic...
 Your missiles misfired, you miserable miscreants.
 Oh don't be a doofus, Dad!
 No brush-slinging bohemian bozo is gonna stop Darkwing Duck!
 Hey, Toaster Head, eat lasers!
 Let's get funky, Monkey!
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called the Defender of the Tasteless by Splatter.
 Splatter is called Ducky Da Vinci by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the pencil that breaks from signing too many autographs, I am (crushed by fans)...street pizza.
Goofs
 At the beginning of the episode, Splatter creates 2 of the dog-like creatures, but when she goes to the Motel Art Auction, there are 3 of the creatures.
 When Darkwing says that 3 stupid Crocodile-Tank Hybrids just might stop him, there are actually 4 of them in the scene.

Episode
86
Title
Hot Spells
Broadcast Date
October 31, 1992
Production Code
4308-092
Writer
John Behnke, Rob Humphrey, Jim Peterson
Story Editor
Tad Stones
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Dean Specter McHex
Herb - Jim Cummings
Binkie - Susan Tolsky
Morgana - Kath Soucie
Beelzebub - Marty Ingels
Moloculo Macawber - Jack Angel
Aunty Nasty
Cousin Globby
Summary
It's an important day for Morgana, as she's about to present a paper at her alma mater. But the proceedings are complicated by a mischievous Beelzebub eager to get Darkwing on his resume. And Gosalyn wants magical powers just like Morgana. One thing leads to another, and soon Gosalyn finds a way to get magical powers...by selling Darkwing's soul to the devil! Beelzy tricks Gosalyn into opening the Gates of Fire and releasing the Demons there. Can Morgana and Gosalyn trick Beelzebub into releasing Darkwing from a particularly nasty eternal torment?
Things to notice
 This is the "lost" or "banned" episode. It was televised once, and never shown again.
 Morgana's school is called The Eldritch Academy of Enchantment.
 Morgana's paper is on Warts and Boils - Medieval Aches Redefined for a New Age.
 Morgana's watch has a picture of the Grim Reaper on it.
 The headmaster of the school is Dean Specter McHex.
 They keep their potions in QuackerWare.
 The spellbook Gosalyn uses is called Magic Made Easy and is from the Library of Forbidden Spells.
 Gosalyn summons a Galerian Toranga, who chases Darkwing and tries to kiss him.
 At Gosalyn's presentation, she summons The Gates of Fire.
 Darkwing's "hell" is to watch Pelican's Island with Herb and Binkie forever.
Fun Quotes
 Math is for weenies! Real wizards aren't afraid to experiment!
 The lass is a regular mystical Mozart!
 Let's get Magical!
Name-calling
 Moloculo is called Blackstone by Darkwing.
 Darkwing is called Do Goodling Dweeb by Beelzebub.
 Beelzebub is called Netherworld Ninny by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the water balloon that lands right on your head.
Goofs
 The chocolate pudding Gosalyn creates, changes color.
 Morgana asks Darkwing if she should redo her presentation in color. But when she turns around, she's standing in front of a colored picture.
 The doors to the Library of Forbidden Spells open both in or out, depending if the character is entering or leaving the library.

Episode
87
Title
Fraudcast News
Broadcast Date
November 7, 1992
Production Code
4308-095
Writer
Bill Motz, Robert Roth
Story Editor
Doug Langdale
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Bianca Beakley (The Bugmaster) - April Winchell
big cheese - Charlie Adler
cameraman - Charlie Adler
woman next to Henry - Diane Pershing
Summary
Bianca Beakley, host of "Canard Copy," a sleaze journalism show, turns to Darkwing Duck to boost ratings by filming his cases. But the only things happening crime-wise in St. Canard are jaywalkers and parking zone violators (due to a Super Villain convention in Miami), so she creates a *new* villain, the Bugmaster. As ratings soar, she plans the ultimate ratings gimmick: The grisly demise of Darkwing Duck!
Things to notice
 At the St. Canard Museum, the Bugmaster steals The Golden Scarab of Quackentatum.
 Gosalyn is called The Grub when she works as The Bugmaster's sidekick.
 Darkwing uses the art of ancient Carpathian bone dislocation to get free.
 The Bugmaster has a Sonic Cricket's Chirp Blaster gun.
Fun Quotes
 Our ratings are lower than a gopher's basement!
 I am the monarch of the insect kingdom. I am the Bugmaster!
 Oh great, another pun-obsessed super-villian!
 Suck webs, Evil Doer!
 Too bad you had to find out your idol was just a rotten, self-centered, egomaniac interested in cheap publicity.
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called Drone Wing and Costumed Buffoon by The Bugmaster.
 Darkwing is called Masked Meathead by Gosalyn (as The Grub).
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 
Goofs
 When Gosalyn goes to the studio to talk to Bianca, the door she walks up to has a window, but when she opens the door, the window is gone. The door also has no doorknob.

Episode
88
Title
Clash Reunion
Broadcast Date
November 14, 1992
Production Code
4308-094
Writer
Bill Motz, Robert Roth
Story Editor
Doug Langdale
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
girl at prom - Christine Cavanaugh
Megavolt (Elmo Sputterspark) - Dan Castellaneta
Preena Lott - Teresa Ganzel
Ham String - Jerry Houser
Summary
Drake attends his high school reunion, but it turns out that Megavolt was also a member of Drake's class.
Things to notice
 Gosalyn realizes that Megavolt was in Drake's class, as Elmo Sputterspark.
 Elmo is doing an experiment to utilize static electricity from running on a carpeted treadmill to power a light bulb. When Ham tapes Elmo's hands to the treadmill, Megavolt is born.
 Ham is now the VP of the Colossal Cosmetics Company, and Preena Lott is the President.
 When Drake is trying to make up his superhero name he considers: The Purple Poultry, The Web-Footed Wonder, The Quackmeister, Captain Quackazoid.
Fun Quotes
 Hey, Darkwing, try one of these Horse Do-Overs!
 Let's mash that maniacal miscreant!
 Partical acceleration plus phase inversion equals toast!
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called Drake the Dweeb, Dweebasaurus Rex, and Dweebis Maximus by Ham.
 Megavolt is called Sparky, Meggie, and Super-Charged Simpleton by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the grade curve that gives you an "F".
 I am the fast food that comes back to haunt you.
Goofs
 At one point in this episode, Darkwing's beak is missing.
 During the scene where Megavolt gains his powers, he's wearing his goggles for a second.
 When Drake is putting on the costume at the prom, the mask he uses covers the top of his head -- but throughout the rest of the scene, it's shaped like the mask he usually wears.
 When Darkwing is shooting rubber cemet at Megavolt, he's wearing his mask, but shouldn't be.

Episode
89
Title
Mutancy on the Bouncey
Broadcast Date
November 21, 1992
Production Code
4308-093
Writer
Michael Maurer
Story Editor
Doug Langdale/td>
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Herb - Jim Cummings
Binkie - Susan Tolsky
Cement Head (Swenlin Swine)
Rubber Chicken (Clovis Clackenhoff) - Corey Burton
Tom Lockjaw - S.Scott Bullock
Daphne Duckbill
Summary
Mutants are turning up everywhere with strange mutant powers. Darkwing must organize them into a super league of heroes to stop Cement Head from destroying the city. Working as a reporter for her school newspaper, Gosalyn covers the three-way battle between the Rubber Chicken, Cement Head and Darkwing Duck.
Things to notice
 Swenlin Swine Corporation's inventory of Cheeza Pets was destroyed.
 Swine Pictures is looking for the next Clint Beakwood.
 Swenlin gives Darkwing a geniune simulated alligator skin gas gun case with solid gold hardware.
 Swenlin's father was the famous actor, Marlon Hambone.
 They cause $10,000 damage in the antique store.
 The mutants that attempt to help Darkwing are: The Rubber Chicken, Banana Boy, Glue Gal, and the Amazing Sneezemaster.
Fun Quotes
 ...bag that bantam burglar....
 ...Darkwing Duck, St. Canard's mighty, masked, vain, pig-headed, loud-mouthed, snooty, ego-maniacal, waffle-mouthed mallard...
 ...bag that bantam burglar...
 C'est la vie! Um, la vie?
Name-calling
 The Rubber Chicken is called Chicken Lips and Rubber-necked Geek by Darkwing.
 Cement Head is called Brick Brain by Darkwing.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 
Goofs
 When Gosalyn is looking for the Rubber Chicken, she isn't carrying anything. But when she finds him, she suddenly has a tape recorder and microphone.
 Launchpad tells Darkwing that the Rubber Chicken is going into Bob's World of Fragile Antiques, but the store that the Rubber Chicken walks into, appears to be a television store. Once inside, the store is full of antiques.

Episode
90
Title
Malice's Restaurant
Broadcast Date
November 28, 1992
Production Code
4308-097
Writer
Matt Uitz
Story Editor
Doug Langdale
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Morgana - Kath Soucie
Archie - Frank Welker
Eek and Squeek - Frank Welker
Negaduck - Jim Cummings
Mr. Mikey - Charlie Adler
Aunt Nasty
Cousin Globby
Herb - Jim Cummings
Binkie - Susan Tolsky
Summary
Morgana has turned her business acumen to the restaurant biz and opens The Shadow Chateau. Nice little place, full of atmosphere, ambiance, and creepy decor. House specialty: Aunt Nasty's cooking. Meanwhile, Negaduck wants to squish the Cute Little Lost Bunnies into a sugary pulp (he hates cute and cuddly). When he learns they're to be at the opening of the Shadow Chateau, he plans to be there, too. Of course, getting the drop on Darkwing is just an added bonus.
Things to notice
 Morgana feeds Darkwing: fricasse of toad, lizard's gizzards, fried slug knuckles, adams apple pie, and marinated slime worms.
 When cooking for the Muddlefoots, Morgana makes: ogre burgers, wolfsbane sausages, dragon chips, bat's claw cole slaw, pickled tadpoles, and ghoul aid.
 Mr. Mikey, the famed food critic, hates everything.
 Darkwing and Launchpad are interrogating makeup artists at: Twentieth Century Duck Studio and Cute as a Button Studio.
 Negaduck is trying to turn the Cute Little Lost Bunnies into the Metaloid Skull Bunny Warriors, for his movie to corrupt the youth of St. Canard.
Fun Quotes
 The food is yum-bo-licious!
 Let's get goulash!
 Your bunny-bashing days are over!
Name-calling
 Darkwing is called Masked Weasel by Mr. Mikey.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the editor who cuts your scene.
Goofs
 

Episode
91
Title
Extinct Possibility
Broadcast Date
December 5, 1992
Production Code
4308-096
Writer
Tad Stones, Dev Ross
Story Editor
Tad Stones
Characters
Darkwing Duck - Jim Cummings
Launchpad - Terence McGovern
Gosalyn - Christine Cavanaugh
Johnny T Rex - Chick Vennera
museum curator
Summary
Darkwing is called to the St. Canard Museum of Natural History to investigate a strange discovery: Darkwing embedded in amber! Darkwing, Gosalyn and Launchpad use the Time Top to travel back to dinosaur times to find out how Darkwing came to be imprisoned in the amber and find out the real reason the dinosaurs became extinct.
Things to notice
 The Council of TechnoSaurs is made up of: Dr. Denton, Dr. Bumprock, Dr. Feinberg, and Sir Glumfield.
 The town they visit in the past is Duckbillville.
 Johnny T Rex's associates are Throttle and Mudflap.
Fun Quotes
 Suck Sneezes, Evil Doers!
 Great! Just smear me with mustard, and point me at the kaiser rolls!
Name-calling
 The dinosaurs are called Paleolithic Peabrains and Overgrown Lizards by Darkwing.
 Darkwing is called Darkmeat by Johnny.
 Gosalyn is called Dumpling by Johnny.
I am the terror that flaps in the night...
 I am the limestone that petrifies your bones.
Goofs
 At the beginning of the episode, the Darkwing Duck in amber is not wearing a mask At the end of the episode, he is.
 When Gosalyn says "Sorry, Dad", her voice sounds like Darkwing still has his hands over her mouth, but he doesn't.