The Handy-Dandy Beginner’s episode guide to watching Disney’s Darkwing Duck (1991)

So! You’ve heard about this fantastic cartoon from the 90’s featuring some weird crime-fighting duck! Or maybe you watched Ducktales 2017 and have no clue why people are losing their minds over this ‘Darkwing Duck’ fellow. Whatever the case, you’re suddenly facing down 91 episodes filled to the brim with action, adventure, and a shocking amount of gun violence. Where do you start? Which episodes have the coolest villains? Which episode features that iconic drakepad kiss that everyone constantly posts on twitter?!

 

 

Recommended watching order

For the most part, Darkwing Duck is an episodic series, meaning that the plot is usually contained within one episode, and by the end of the episode everything returns to status quo. No plot points are carried over into other episodes. This means that you can pretty much watch the entire series in whatever order you want, with a few exceptions.

There are some characters which are introduced in particular episodes, and in the case of Morgana Macawber, there are episodes where she is a supervillain, and episodes where she is reformed and officially dating Darkwing. Depending on the order you watch the episodes, this can be a bit confusing.

Darkwing Duck has both a production order and an airdate order. As the names suggest, production order is the order in which the episodes were created, whereas airdate order is the order in which the episodes aired. With airdate order, Morgana’s first appearance is after she has reformed, for example. Similarly, characters like The Liquidator make an appearance before his origin story episode. The DVDs present the episodes in airdate order as do most locations where you can find the show online. 

 Personally, I will always recommend production order to a first-time watcher. But if you want to get to all the fun and note-worthy episodes, I will provide a few helpful categories. A full list for Production and Airdate order will be provided as well. 

It should be noted that while the episodes are often divided into seasons, there were no true seasons for the series. “Season 1” was a collection of syndicated episodes that aired on Disney Afternoon whereas “Season 2” were episodes that premiered on ABC, at the same time. “Season 3” also ran on ABC as well.

 

 

Episodes you should probably watch first for continuity reasons

As previously mentioned, you can pretty much watch the show in any order. However I would recommend watching these particular episodes FIRST, as they establish a few key characters.

 Darkly Dawns The Duck (part 1 and 2)

Depending on where you watch this episode, it is either combined into one long episode, or split into two parts. If you can, I recommend finding a copy of the full combined episode, because the two-parter version removed a few cool scenes including the action-packed introduction. This is the episode that introduces our titular protagonist, Darkwing Duck. At this point in his journey, he has not yet met his soon-to-be-daughter Gosalyn, nor has he acquired a sidekick in the form of Launchpad McQuack. This is the official “first” episode of the series, and is the catalyst to everything else that happens within the series. I absolutely 100% recommend watching Darkly Dawns first, before any other episode. 

Note: If you are watching the series on Disney +, for some mysterious reason this episode is located smack-dab in the middle of the list instead of the very top. 

 Fungus Amongus

This episode introduces Morgana Macawber for the first time, during her villain phase. In later episodes, she (spoiler alert) reforms and begins dating Darkwing. 

 Ghoul of my Dreams

Morgana’s second appearance and last episode in which she appears as an antagonist. After this episode, you can watch any other Morgana-related episode out of order, and it doesn’t affect the storyline.

Note: The series never shows Morgana’s reformation. She simply reappears in later episodes, and is already dating Darkwing. You didn’t miss an episode or anything, they just didn’t bother to give us the story behind why, and when, she abandons her life of crime. 

 Something Fishy

This episode marks the first appearance of Neptunia, a member of The Justice Ducks, and explains her origin story as well. 

 Tiff of the Titans

This is the first time that Drake Mallard meets Fenton Crackshell in person, and subsequently Gizmoduck. Their frenemy/rivalry is established in this episode. 

 Smarter than a Speeding Bullet

This is the first time Darkwing meets Comet Guy, who is arguably one of the most disliked characters in the series. Steelbeak makes an appearance as the antagonist for this episode. 

 Jurassic Jumble

Introduces Stegmutt, a duck turned dinosaur, and the muscle of the Justice Ducks. 

 

 

Villain Origin episodes

Not all supervillains get an origin episode, but there were a few instances where Darkwing encounters a particular supervillain for the first time and learns their backstory. I would recommend also watching these earlier, since several of these villains return later in the series.

 Beauty and The beet

This is Dr. Reginald Bushroot’s origin episode, although it is told as a flashback. It is also the second episode in the series if you follow airdate order.

 Dry Hard

Dry Hard is the origin story for The Liquidator, one of the members of the Fearsome Five. I would also argue it has one of the most gruesome character ‘deaths’ in the series. 

 Whiffle While you Work

This is the first episode Quackerjack appears in, although his actual origin story is not shown (but is mentioned through character exposition). 

 Battle of the Brainteasers

This is the first appearance of the mind-controlling alien hats. Honker Muddlefoot really shines in this episode. 

 

 

Fan-favourite episodes

While this list is somewhat debatable, there are definitely a number of episodes that gained more traction in fandom than others, for a variety of reasons. Usually because they introduce a popular character, establish canon concepts, or they’re just all-around fantastic episodes. 

 A Brush with Oblivion

Introduces the supervillain Splatter Phoenix, and it also well-liked due to the top-notch animation by Disney Australia. 

 Negaduck

Not to be confused with the Negaverse-edition Negaduck, this episode introduces the first original Negaduck, when Darkwing is split into two versions of himself: A Good half and an Evil half. Aside from being an overall fun episode, it has some very memorable moments throughout. 

 Just Us Justice Ducks (Part 1 and 2)

The only two-parter episode in the series (aside from Darkly Dawns), and marks the first appearance of the Negaverse Negaduck. This episode is also notable for introducing the Fearsome Five, a supervillain team comprising Negaduck, Bushroot, Liquidator, Megavolt, and Quackerjack. 

 Life, The Negaverse and Everything

This episode establishes the infamous ‘Negaverse’, home to Negaduck and several other-dimensional versions of the main cast including Gosalyn, LP, The Muddlefoots, and The Fearsome Four. 

 Dead Duck

What happens when Darkwing dies, escapes both Heaven and Hell, and spends an entire episode being chased by the grim reaper, voiced by none other than Tony Jay? This episode is well-liked not only for the grimdark concept, but for several key emotional moments, particularly between Drake and Gosalyn. 

 Twin Beaks

An utterly bizarre episode, especially if you’re unfamiliar with the source material it parodies. I think most fans remember it for Bushroot’s dried up husk of a corpse, which the other characters are totally unconcerned about. 

 Time And Punishment

Introduces a fan-favourite, Darkwarrior Duck. This episode has spawned a million fanfics in the ‘what if Gosalyn died’ genre. 

 The Triumphant Triumph of Darkwing Duck The Haunting of Mr. Banana Brain

A Quackerjack episode gone awry when his shenanigans accidently summon the demon Paddywhack, voiced by Phil Hartman. A reference to this episode later appears in Ducktales 2017 as well.

 The Quiverwing Quack

There are several episodes where Gosalyn invents her own superhero persona, and Quiverwing Quack is probably the one fans remember the most. Also well known for an incredibly memorable father-daughter scene between Gos and Drake. This episode later inspired the creation of Quiverwing Duck, an other-dimensional Darkwing who appears exclusively in the BOOM! Studios and Joe Books comics. 

Origin stories for Darkwing Duck

Darkwing Duck creator Tad Stones has stated time and time again that not only does the cartoon lack continuity, but he intentionally created several different origin stories for Darkwing, many of which contradict each other. 

 Paraducks

Darkwing and Gosalyn travel back in time to Drake’s childhood and encounter Young “Drakey” Mallard, who is being pushed around by a local criminal. Also leads to Darkwing playing an electric guitar solo and singing rock music. 

 The Secret Origins of Darkwing Duck

Not as secret as you might think, and 100% totally nonsensical. This episode is largely a parody of Superman, but is an enjoyable watch nonetheless.

 Clash Reunion

Probably the episode most fans consider truly canon because it does not involve time travel shenanigans or outright lies. Drake Mallard is invited to his high school reunion, only to realize one of his former classmates is none other than his arch-nemesis Megavolt! Both Darkwing and Megavolt’s origin stories are told in this episode. 

 

 

Alternate universe episodes

These episodes generally are not considered canon, or, at the very least, aren’t generally included in the main Darkwing Duck universe, for a variety of reasons. 

 Darkwing Doubloon

Takes place in a universe where everyone is pirates, and the most fearsome of all is the dreaded Darkwing Doubloon. This is also the only other episode featuring The Justice Ducks. The Fearsome Five also make a re-appearance and Negaduck forces everyone to sing about pirates. Good times.

 Twitching Channels

This episode starts out in the regular DWD universe, but then Darkwing and Megavolt are both accidentally zapped into ‘our’ universe, where Darkwing Duck is a cartoon. Things get real meta. We also learn that Darkwing is basically the size of a human child. 

 A Star is Scorned

We are introduced to an alternate universe where the cast of Darkwing Duck are just actors, and the creators have decided that it’s time to pick a new protagonist for the show. Features some incredibly funny moments with Bushroot and the Muddlefoots. 

 

Banned Episodes

Or rather, episode. Because it’s not really the 90’s if at least ONE episode isn’t banned due to Satanic Panic. 

 Hot Spells

This episode is likely banned for a few reasons, all of which are pretty cool in retrospect. Darkwing and Gosalyn pay a visit to Morgana’s Alma mater, The Eldritch Academy of Enchantment where Beelzebub (Satan) tricks Gosalyn into selling Darkwing’s soul in exchange for magical knowledge. Witchcraft, Satan, AND soul stealing? You know it’s gotta be a good episode.

Note: This episode is not available on Disney + but you can find it floating around the Internet in a few places. 

Episodes sorted by Character Appearance

Because I like to be thorough, I have also created a list of episodes sorted by the characters who make an appearance. It’s quite lengthy so I’ll be sticking it on a separate page:

Episodes Sorted by Character Appearance

Production Order

As mentioned at the beginning, Darkwing Duck is generally listed in production order and airdate order. I will start with production order, because it is the recommended order and the one I prefer. Special thanks to the Darkwing Duck wiki for providing this information. 

#Batch #Count Production code Title #Main Premiere
0 00 Unknown ” Darkly Dawns the Duck “ 00: 1-00 September 06, 1991
1 01 4308-001 ” Water Way to Go “ 10: 1-10 September 18, 1991
02 4308-002 ” In Like Blunt “ 50: 1-50 February 24, 1992
03 4308-004 ” Dirty Money “ 07: 1-07 September 13, 1991
04 4308-006 ” A Duck by Any Other Name “ 48: 1-48 February 18, 1992
05 4308-007 ” That Sinking Feeling “ 66: 2-01 September 7, 1991
06 4308-008 ” Getting Antsy “ 04: 1-04 September 10, 1991
07 4308-009 ” Battle of the Brainteasers “ 74: 2-09 November 2, 1991
08 4308-010 ” Fungus Amongus “ 69: 2-04 September 28, 1991
09 4308-012 ” Can’t Bayou Love “ 16: 1-16 September 26, 1991
10 4308-013 ” You Sweat Your Life “ 18: 1-18 September 30, 1991
11 4308-014 ” Trading Faces “ 14: 1-14 September 24, 1991
12 4308-015 ” Hush, Hush Sweet Charlatan “ 15: 1-15 September 25, 1991
13 4308-016 ” Apes of Wrath “ 06: 1-06 September 12, 1991
2 14 4308-017 ” Duck Blind “ 08: 1-08 September 16, 1991
15 4308-018 ” Beauty and the Beet “ 03: 1-03 September 9, 1991
16 4308-019 ” Double Darkwings “ 22: 1-22 October 4, 1991
17 4308-020 ” Heavy Mental “ 37: 1-37 November 21, 1991
18 4308-021 ” Aduckyphobia “ 23: 1-23 October 7, 1991
19 4308-022 ” A Brush with Oblivion “ 77: 2-12 November 23, 1991
20 4308-023 ” Whiffle While You Work “ 29: 1-29 October 23, 1991
21 4308-024 ” Easy Come, Easy Grows “ 12: 1-12 September 20, 1991
22 4308-025 ” Negaduck “ 68: 2-03 September 21, 1991
23 4308-026 ” Dry Hard “ 36: 1-36 November 20, 1991
24 4308-027 ” All’s Fahrenheit in Love and War “ 28: 1-28 October 21, 1991
25 4308-028 ” Something Fishy “ 71: 2-06 October 12, 1991
26 4308-029 ” Bearskin Thug “ 17: 1-17 September 27, 1991
3 27 4308-030 ” Calm a Chameleon “ 73: 2-08 October 26, 1991
28 4308-031 ” Jurassic Jumble “ 25: 1-25 October 10, 1991
29 4308-032 ” Tiff of the Titans “ 72: 2-07 October 19, 1991
30 4308-033 ” Paraducks “ 11: 1-11 September 19, 1991
31 4308-034 ” Film Flam “ 67: 2-02 September 14, 1991
32 4308-035 ” The Merchant of Menace “ 78: 2-13 November 30, 1991
33 4308-036 ” Comic Book Capers “ 09: 1-09 September 17, 1991
34 4308-037 ” Slaves to Fashion “ 70: 2-05 October 5, 1991
35 4308-038 ” Bad Tidings “ 75: 2-10 November 9, 1991
36 4308-039 ” Cleanliness Is Next to Badliness “ 26: 1-26 October 15, 1991
37 4308-040 ” Night of the Living Spud “ 05: 1-05 September 11, 1991
38 4308-041 ” Ghoul of My Dreams “ 30: 1-30 October 31, 1991
39 4308-042 ” Up, Up and Awry “ 34: 1-34 November 14, 1991
4 40 4308-043 ” Toys Czar Us “ 32: 1-32 November 11, 1991
41 4308-044 ” Days of Blunder “ 19: 1-19 October 1, 1991
42 4308-045 ” Smarter Than a Speeding Bullet “ 27: 1-27 October 17, 1991
43 4308-046 ” Adopt-a-Con “ 31: 1-31 November 7, 1991
44 4308-047 ” Just Us Justice Ducks, Part 1 “ 20: 1-20 October 2, 1991
45 4308-048 ” Just Us Justice Ducks, Part 2 “ 21: 1-21 October 3, 1991
46 4308-049 ” Life, the Negaverse and Everything “ 35: 1-35 November 18, 1991
47 4308-050 ” A Revolution in Home Appliances “ 13: 1-13 September 23, 1991
48 4308-051 ” Darkwing Doubloon “ 40: 1-40 December 16, 1991
49 4308-052 ” Darkly Dawns the Duck, Part 1 “ 01: 1-01 Unknown
50 4308-053 ” Darkly Dawns the Duck, Part 2 “ 02: 1-02 Unknown
51 4308-055 ” The Secret Origins of Darkwing Duck “ 33: 1-33 November 13, 1991
52 4308-056 ” When Aliens Collide “ 24: 1-24 October 8, 1991
5 53 4308-057 ” Going Nowhere Fast “ 76: 2-11 November 16, 1991
54 4308-058 ” Dead Duck “ 47: 1-47 February 17, 1992
55 4308-059 ” Quack of Ages “ 51: 1-51 February 26, 1992
56 4308-060 ” It’s a Wonderful Leaf “ 41: 1-41 December 23, 1991
57 4308-061 ” Planet of the Capes “ 39: 1-39 November 27, 1991
58 4308-062 ” The Incredible Bulk “ 45: 1-45 February 12, 1992
59 4308-063 ” Disguise the Limit “ 38: 1-38 November 26, 1991
60 4308-064 ” Let’s Get Respectable “ 49: 1-49 February 20, 1992
61 4308-065 ” Twitching Channels “ 42: 1-42 February 5, 1992
62 4308-066 ” Stressed to Kill “ 53: 1-53 March 3, 1992
63 4308-067 ” Twin Beaks “ 44: 1-44 February 10, 1992
64 4308-068 ” My Valentine Ghoul “ 46: 1-46 February 14, 1992
65 4308-069 ” Dances with Bigfoot “ 43: 1-43 February 6, 1992
6 66 4308-070 ” Time and Punishment “ 52: 1-52 February 27, 1992
67 4308-071 ” The Darkwing Squad “ 54: 1-54 April 1992
68 4308-072 ” Inside Binkie’s Brain “ 55: 1-55 April 1992
69 4308-073 ” The Haunting of Mr. Banana Brain “ 56: 1-56 April 29, 1992
70 4308-074 ” Slime Okay, You’re Okay “ 57: 1-57 May 1992
71 4308-075 ” Kung Fooled “ 64: 1-64 May 1992
72 4308-076 ” U.F. Foe “ 59: 1-59 May 1992
73 4308-077 ” Whirled History “ 58: 1-58 May 1992
74 4308-078 ” The Quiverwing Quack “ 61: 1-61 May 1992
75 4308-079 ” Bad Luck Duck “ 65: 1-65 May 20, 1992
76 4308-080 ” Jail Bird “ 62: 1-62 May 1992
77 4308-081 ” A Star Is Scorned “ 60: 1-60 May 1992
78 4308-082 ” Dirtysomething “ 63: 1-63 May 1992
7 79 4308-083 ” The Revenge of the Return of the Brainteasers, Too! “ 81: 3-03 September 26, 1992
80 4308-084 ” Inherit the Wimp “ 80: 3-02 September 19, 1992
81 4308-085 ” Monsters R Us “ 79: 3-01 September 12, 1992
82 4308-086 ” Star Crossed Circuits “ 82: 3-04 October 3, 1992
83 4308-089 ” Steerminator “ 83: 3-05 October 10, 1992
84 4308-090 ” Paint Misbehavin’ “ 85: 3-07 October 24, 1992
85 4308-091 ” The Frequency Fiends “ 84: 3-06 October 17, 1992
86 4308-092 ” Hot Spells “ 86: 3-08 October 31, 1992
87 4308-093 ” Mutantcy on the Bouncy “ 89: 3-11 November 21, 1992
88 4308-094 ” Clash Reunion “ 88: 3-10 November 14, 1992
89 4308-095 ” Fraudcast News “ 87: 3-09 November 7, 1992
90 4308-096 ” Extinct Possibility “ 91: 3-13 December 12, 1992
91 4308-097 ” Malice’s Restaurant “ 90: 3-12 December 5, 1992

Airdate Order

This tends to be the order that is used “officially” on the DVDs and in general. Keep in mind that several of the aforementioned continuity-related episodes are out of order, which can be a bit confusing when The Justice Ducks appear before both Morgana, Stegmutt, and Neptunia are even introduced in their own episodes. Again, this was nabbed from the Darkwing Duck wiki  which is an excellent source for any information you need to know about names, dates, etc. 

SEASON 1

#Abs #Rel Title Writer Premiere Production code
01 01 ” Darkly Dawns the Duck, Part 1 “ Jan Strnad (story),  Tad Stones  (story & writing), Jymn Magon (writing) September 6, 1991 4308-052
02 02 ” Darkly Dawns the Duck, Part 2 “ Jan Strnad (story),  Tad Stones  (story & writing), Jymn Magon (writing) September 6, 1991 4308-053
03 03 ” Beauty and the Beet “ John Behnke, Rob Humphrey, Jim Peterson September 9, 1991 DC  4308-018
04 04 ” Getting Antsy “ Doug Langdale September 10, 1991 DC  4308-008
05 05 ” Night of the Living Spud “ Steve Roberts September 11, 1991 DC  4308-040
06 06 ” Apes of Wrath “ Dev Ross September 12, 1991 DC  4308-016
07 07 ” Dirty Money “ John Behnke, Rob Humphrey, Jim Peterson September 13, 1991 DC  4308-004
08 08 ” Duck Blind “ Len Uhley September 16, 1991 4308-017
09 09 ” Comic Book Capers “ John Behnke, Rob Humphrey, Jim Peterson September 17, 1991 4308-036
10 10 ” Water Way to Go “ Dev Ross September 18, 1991 4308-001
11 11 ” Paraducks “ Doug Langdale September 19, 1991 4308-033
12 12 ” Easy Come, Easy Grows “ Marion Wells September 20, 1991 4308-024
13 13 ” A Revolution in Home Appliances “ Gary Sperling September 23, 1991 4308-050
14 14 ” Trading Faces “ Julia Jane Lewald, Dev Ross September 24, 1991 DC  4308-014
15 15 ” Hush, Hush Sweet Charlatan “ Bruce Talkington September 25, 1991 DC  4308-015
16 16 ” Can’t Bayou Love “ Bruce Talkington September 26, 1991 DC  4308-012
17 17 ” Bearskin Thug “ Tad Stones, Pat Corcoran September 27, 1991 4308-029
18 18 ” You Sweat Your Life “ Julia Jane Lewald, Marion Wells September 30, 1991 DC  4308-013
19 19 ” Days of Blunder “ Jan Strnad October 1, 1991 4308-044
20 20 ” Just Us Justice Ducks, Part 1 “ Kevin Campbell, Brian Swenlin October 2, 1991 4308-047
21 21 ” Just Us Justice Ducks, Part 2 “ Kevin Campbell, Brian Swenlin October 3, 1991 4308-048
22 22 ” Double Darkwings “ Dean Stefan October 4, 1991 4308-019
23 23 ” Aduckyphobia “ Doug Langdale October 7, 1991 DC  4308-021
24 24 ” When Aliens Collide “ Jeremy Cushner October 8, 1991 4308-056
25 25 ” Jurassic Jumble “ Marlowe Wiesman October 10, 1991 4308-031
26 26 ” Cleanliness Is Next to Badliness “ Steven Hibbert, Gary Sperling October 15, 1991 4308-039
27 27 ” Smarter Than a Speeding Bullet “ Doug Langdale October 17, 1991 4308-045
28 28 ” All’s Fahrenheit in Love and War “ Eric Lewald, Dev Ross October 21, 1991 4308-027
29 29 ” Whiffle While You Work “ Ellen Svaco, Colleen Taber October 23, 1991 4308-023
30 30 ” Ghoul of My Dreams “ John Behnke, Rob Humphrey, Jim Peterson October 31, 1991 4308-041
31 31 ” Adopt-a-Con “ Steve Roberts November 7, 1991 4308-046
32 32 ” Toys Czar Us “ Ellen Svaco, Colleen Taber November 11, 1991 4308-043
33 33 ” The Secret Origins of Darkwing Duck “ Jan Strnad November 13, 1991 4308-055
34 34 ” Up, Up and Awry “ Dev Ross November 14, 1991 4308-042
35 35 ” Life, the Negaverse and Everything “ Kevin Campbell, Brian Swenlin November 18, 1991 4308-049
36 36 ” Dry Hard “ Kevin Campbell, Brian Swenlin November 20, 1991 4308-026
37 37 ” Heavy Mental “ Kevin Campbell, Brian Swenlin November 21, 1991 4308-020
38 38 ” Disguise the Limit “ Doug Langdale November 26, 1991 4308-063
39 39 ” Planet of the Capes “ Ellen Svaco, Colleen Taber November 27, 1991 4308-061
40 40 ” Darkwing Doubloon “ Bruce Reid Schaeffer December 16, 1991 4308-051
41 41 ” It’s a Wonderful Leaf “ John Behnke, Rob Humphrey, Jim Peterson December 23, 1991 4308-060
42 42 ” Twitching Channels “ John Behnke, Rob Humphrey, Jim Peterson February 5, 1992 4308-065
43 43 ” Dances with Bigfoot “ Ellen Svaco, Colleen Taber February 6, 1992 4308-069
44 44 ” Twin Beaks “ Tad Stones, Jan Strnad February 10, 1992 4308-067
45 45 ” The Incredible Bulk “ Gary Sperling February 12, 1992 4308-062
46 46 ” My Valentine Ghoul “ Doug Langdale February 14, 1992 4308-068
47 47 ” Dead Duck “ Carter Crocker February 17, 1992 4308-058
48 48 ” A Duck by Any Other Name “ Pat Corcoran February 18, 1992 4308-006
49 49 ” Let’s Get Respectable “ Bruce Reid Schaeffer February 20, 1992 4308-064
50 50 ” In Like Blunt “ Kevin Campbell, Brian Swenlin February 24, 1992 4308-002
51 51 ” Quack of Ages “ Joe Olson February 26, 1992 4308-059
52 52 ” Time and Punishment “ Dev Ross February 27, 1992 4308-070
53 53 ” Stressed to Kill “ Doug Langdale March 3, 1992 4308-066
54 54 ” The Darkwing Squad “ Dev Ross April 1992 4308-071
55 55 ” Inside Binkie’s Brain “ Doug Langdale April 1992 4308-072
56 56 ” The Haunting of Mr. Banana Brain “ Dev Ross April 29, 1992 4308-073
57 57 ” Slime Okay, You’re Okay “ Gordon Bressack May 1992 4308-074
58 58 ” Whirled History “ Doug Langdale May 1992 4308-077
59 59 ” U.F. Foe “ Dev Ross May 1992 4308-076
60 60 ” A Star Is Scorned “ Haskell Barkin, Tad Stones May 1992 4308-081
61 61 ” The Quiverwing Quack “ Dev Ross May 1992 4308-078
62 62 ” Jail Bird “ Doug Langdale, Michael Maurer May 1992 4308-080
63 63 ” Dirtysomething “ Katie Kuch, Cheryl Scarbrough May 1992 4308-082
64 64 ” Kung Fooled “ Victor Cook, George Johnston May 1992 4308-075
65 65 ” Bad Luck Duck “ Michael Maurer May 20, 1992 4308-079

SEASON 2

#Abs #Rel Title Writer Premiere Production code
66 01 ” That Sinking Feeling “  Tad Stones  September 7, 1991 DC  4308-007
67 02 ” Film Flam “ Bruce Reid Schaeffer September 14, 1991 4308-034
68 03 ” Negaduck “ Steve Roberts September 21, 1991 DC  4308-025
69 04 ” Fungus Amongus “ Dev Ross September 28, 1991 4308-010
70 05 ” Slaves to Fashion “ Gary Sperling October 5, 1991 4308-037
71 06 ” Something Fishy “ Steve Sustarsic October 12, 1991 4308-028
72 07 ” Tiff of the Titans “ Len Uhley October 19, 1991 4308-032
73 08 ” Calm a Chameleon “ Dean Stefan October 26, 1991 4308-030
74 09 ” Battle of the Brainteasers “ Kevin Campbell, Brian Swenlin November 2, 1991 DC  4308-009
75 10 ” Bad Tidings “ Gary Klein, Dean Stefan November 9, 1991 4308-038
76 11 ” Going Nowhere Fast “ Gary Sperling November 16, 1991 4308-057
77 12 ” A Brush with Oblivion “ Mirith Schilder November 23, 1991 4308-022
78 13 ” The Merchant of Menace “ Peter Hastings November 30, 1991 4308-035

SEASON 3

#Abs #Rel Title Writer Premiere Production code
79 01 ” Monsters R Us “ Michael Maurer September 12, 1992 4308-085
80 02 ” Inherit the Wimp “ Gordon Bressack September 19, 1992 4308-084
81 03 ” The Revenge of the Return of the Brainteasers, Too! “ Charlie Howell September 26, 1992 4308-083
82 04 ” Star Crossed Circuits “ Bill Motz, Robert Roth October 3, 1992 4308-086
83 05 ” Steerminator “  Tad Stones , Dev Ross October 10, 1992 4308-089
84 06 ” The Frequency Fiends “ Bill Motz, Robert Roth October 17, 1992 4308-091
85 07 ” Paint Misbehavin’ “ Matt Uitz October 24, 1992 4308-090
86 08 ” Hot Spells “ John Behnke, Rob Humphrey, Jim Peterson October 31, 1992 4308-092
87 09 ” Fraudcast News “ Bill Motz, Robert Roth November 7, 1992 4308-095
88 10 ” Clash Reunion “ Bill Motz, Robert Roth November 14, 1992 4308-094
89 11 ” Mutantcy on the Bouncy “ Michael Maurer November 21, 1992 4308-093
90 12 ” Malice’s Restaurant “ Matt Uitz December 5, 1992 4308-097
91 13 ” Extinct Possibility “ Tad Stones, Dev Ross December 12, 1992 4308-096