When Duckman goes to a major studio to complain about a kiddie flick with a misleading title, he winds up as its new president as part of a last-minute ploy by its outed head who hopes Duckman's clear incompetence will make him look better.
In order to win a bet he made (up) with Stein about winning in the father/son games, Duckman takes to adopting rap artist Coolio, leaving Ajax on the sideline.
-- Geto Highlites
Duckman is arrested for his latest mutilation of Fluffy and Uranus, and sent to jail. However, he's in no rush to leave as, by some mistake, he is sent to a woman's prison. The warden and guard then make Duckman put on shows for men for money.
The Duckman detective agency takes on a college intern. However, once Elliot joins them, he stuffs Duckman with every means of pleasure, all the while Cornfed's reputation begins to take an unusual dive.
Duckman happens upon someone from his high school whose life he ruined when he let him take the fall for a stunt on the principal. Hoping to alleviate his guilt, Duckman tries to help out his homeless friend, all while Cornfed investigates the incident.
Charles, Mambo, and Cornfed (with assistance from Ajax) concoct a love potion, just enough to give Duckman a little help. Inevitably, Duckman abuses their trust and makes more for himself. The family finds out and Duckman is forced to lay low, a real problem when he meets Courtney Thorne-Smith.
While vacationing at an Indian casino, the Duckman family is observed by a psychiatrist who offers help to them before they explode.
While investigating a lab, Cornfed, thanks to Duckman, accidentally drinks a dumbing potion. This comes to be a blessing to Ajax who finally has a best friend.
After no one bothers to throw him a birthday party, Duckman realizes that it's his personality that repels people. Duckman sets to make it right by going out to make a whole new set of friends.
After being humiliated by an old rival at a Detective Convention, Duckman sets out to redeem himself by looking like a great detective.
Bernice is discovered by a record producer to put her angry Duckman-fuelled anger out in song. She becomes a huge superstar, but her nephews begin to fall by the wayside.
As Bernice takes off to Washington, Duckman seems to be the only person who sees what he believes is his deceased wife Beatrice. This belief is the only thing that keeps him going when he gets into a serious accident.
With Bernice out of the house, Duckman finally has the freedom to have a card game. The only problem now is the arrival of his Uncle Mo, a pest of an old man who Duckman can't throw out for fear of evoking a family curse.
After having lost their detective agency, Duckman and Cornfed become plumbers. When they get a job at a high society party, they are back as dicks to recover a valued stolen jewel.
While Cornfed is on vacation, Duckman hopes to get his kicks at a fashion show where he happens on a black female detective and temporarily becomes her partner as she tracks down her boss's killer.
The owner of a fledging baseball franchise quickly wills over rights to Duckman in an attempt to give it to a true fan and not a greedy banker. In attempt to lure fans, Duckman hosts a string of promotional nights that leads the team to quit, at which point Duckman hires a new team made entirely of supermodels.
As her birthday approaches, Beverly and Bernice prompt her to have a flashback narrating about love, love lost, and coming to America.
When Duckman needs a new liver, he discovers that the man he's had frozen isn't his real father. Instead, his true biological dad is a lone, anti-government, conspiracy nut.
A young woman who Duckman accidentally hits with his car and has no family is invited to stay with theirs. Shortly thereafter, Beverly is confused that is sleeping all day and that Tami has assumed the motherly role in the family.
A lonely Duckman gets a mail-order bride. Unfortunately, she is far too undomesticated, so Duckman has to teach her to become civilized so as to make an honest woman out of her.
When Cornfed invites Beverly to his Aunt Jane's ranch, Duckman tags along only because he fears the two could be getting romantic. However, Duckman's presence continually makes things worse for the future of the catfish ranch.
When the family takes a vacation at a camp site, Duckman gets kicked out and proceeds to take Cornfed with him where they run into Fluffy and Uranus. Duckman's utter incompetence leads the other three to getting stung by bees where things only get worse from there.
When a corporation is in need of a mascot by the name of Duckman, the real Duckman, in need of money, carelessly signs away his name and likeness. And with it goes his business and virtually his entire life.
After she catches Mambo smoking, Bernice using her political power to vilify the tobacco industry. However, when a tobacco president fails to change her position on cigarettes, they are put to work on his plantation. Things are so awful that it forces Agnes Delrooney to blow her cover to make an escape with Duckman in tow.
Haunted by his Uncle Mo, Duckman learns that King Chicken murdered his father and urges vengeance. Unfortunately, he has already made a truce with his archenemy and must lure King Chicken into admitting to his crime. The deeper Duckman goes into the plot, the more Cornfed sees the scenario playing out as the play of Hamlet.
When Duckman is sentenced to community service, he winds up subbing for a class of intelligent high school students with bright futures. Of course, Duckman sees them as naive and hopes to reach out to his students to teach them the ways of the real world.
After Leonard Nimoy eats a headcheese hoagie, he goes to bed and has a dream (or nightmare?) where he imagines the Duckman gang as Star Trek characters.
When Duckman shows up at Dr Stein's wedding reception with King Chicken's ex-wife, it sparks an engagement between King Chicken/Bernice and Cornfeld/Beverly, which ultimately prompts Duckman to pop the question as well. This leads towards a three-way wedding and a startling revelation from the past.