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Darkwing Duck season 1

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Air weekdate:Daily Cast:Jim Cummings, Terence McGovern, Christine Cavanaugh, Dan Castellaneta, Jack Angel, Joey Camen, Katie Leigh, Kenneth Mars, Michael Bell, Michael Gough, Ronald Feinberg, Tim Curry Genre:Animation, Children, Comedy Channel:Disney Channel Status:Ended

8.6 (22 votes)

Darkwing Duck season 1 episodes list:

Episode #1: Darkly Dawns the Duck (1) (air date: 1991-09-08)

Darkwing Duck is a little known crime fighter dying for a big break, and the publicity that goes with it. Yet when he gets on the trail of the infamous Taurus Bulba's latest scheme he gets into more trouble than he expected. Bulba has masterminded a scheme from within prison revolving around a powerful invention - the Waddlemeyer Ramrod, but is missing the arming code. Darkwing foils an attempt to kidnap the only living relative of the late inventor of the Ramrod, an orphan named Gosalyn.

Episode #2: Darkly Dawns the Duck (2) (air date: 1991-09-08)

Under Darkwing's care, Gosalyn ends up revealing the ramrod arming code in the form of a lullabye her Grandfather used to sing. But a newly escaped Taurus Bulba lures Darkwing out into the opening to both find his secret lair and turn him over to the police. Launchpad, Darkwing's biggest fan springs him loose, becoming his new sidekick at the helm of his fanmade superhero jet - the Thunderquack. They race to Bulba's flying base of operations for a final climactic showdown which ends in a shattering explosion around both Darkwing and Taurus. Later, a bruised and battered Drake Mallard (aka DW) arrives at Gosalyn's orphanage to adopt her.

Episode #3: Beauty and the Beet (air date: 1991-09-09)

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 'Doctor Doolittle of the Plant World,' and it's time to get even with his tormentors.

Episode #4: Getting Antsy (air date: 1991-09-10)

The owner of the local mini-golf, Lilliput, has invented a helmet that allows him to communicate with ants. He then uses a shrink ray to shrink the buildings and landmarks of St. Canard, using the ants to haul the now-shrunk buildings back to the mini-golf, where thay become part of the course. When DW discovers his secret, Lilliput shrinks him down a tiny size, smaller than an ant. DW now has to foil the villain's plot, and get back to normal.

Episode #5: Night of the Living Spud (air date: 1991-09-11)

Dr. Bushroot, trying to grow a wife for himself, accidentally creates a vampire potato. The Muddlefoot's go camping with Gosalyn hoping to capture a mysterious monster - ""Webfoot"". Darkwing and Launchpad track Bushroot into the country, where a strange truck driver named Duane tells them about the giant potato. Darkwing think's Duane is just crazy and doesn't listen, but when a bunch of hicks at a diner think DW is the vampire and try to kill him, DW has to prove he isn't one. As all this is happening, the vampire potato has turned Launchpad, Herb, Binkie, and Tank into zombies. Honker and Gosalyn finally convince DW that the vampire is real, but before he can kill it, Bushroot shows up to ""save"" his bride. Eventually, DW follows some advise Duane gave him and the potato is defeated, the zombies are returned to normal, and Bushroot threatens revenge.

Episode #6: Apes of Wrath (air date: 1991-09-12)

SHUSH sends Darkwing to find the missing Dr Beatrice Brute', the famous anthropologist. DW encounters Major Trenchrot and learns that he is planning to open a vacation villa for villains.

Episode #7: Dirty Money (air date: 1991-09-13)

Someone is stealing all the money in Saint Canard by erasing all the ink on the money and leaving it nothing but worthless paper to write on. Darkwing volunteers to help solve the mystery but SHUSH Agent Grizlicoff doesn't trust him. Darkwing discovers that the thief is Amonia Pine, who used be a cleaing maid until some dangerous chemicals caused her to be obsessed with cleaning.

Episode #8: Duck Blind (air date: 1991-09-16)

Darkwing falls afoul of Megavolt and comes out blind. Undaunted, DW tries to keep going using a few inventive gadgets, but Gosalyn, Honker and Lauchpad almost get killed because of him. Sunk in a black funk, Gosalyn and the gang plan to nab Megavolt themselves, but get caught by Megavolt instead.

Episode #9: Comic Book Capers (air date: 1991-09-17)

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.

Episode #10: Water Way to Go (air date: 1991-09-18)

SHUSH has given Darkwing Duck a simple case: Travel to Oilrabia and stop Steelbeak's schemes to steal their oil. Steelbeak's plan: flooding the place with his weather machine and attacking by sea. Darkwing's big problem: He picked THIS day to let Launchpad assume role as hero and be a sidekick himself.

Episode #11: Paraducks (air date: 1991-09-19)

Darkwing Duck goes Back in time with Goslin 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 does not do anything, his world gets changed. Now they have to fix the mess they made.

Episode #12: Easy Come, Easy Grows (air date: 1991-09-20)

Darkwing investigates a case in which money disappearing along with the bank vaults!

Episode #13: A Revolution in Home Appliances (air date: 1991-09-23)

Megavolt gets zapped with his new invention, which lets him turn regular Home Appliances into living things. He soon controls a barber chair, a refridgerator, a guitar, and a tv. Now Darkwing Duck has to stop them before they take over.

Episode #14: Trading Faces (air date: 1991-09-24)

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. Can DW defeat Steelbeak in a child's body? And how can they reverse the body swap?

Episode #15: Hush, Hush Sweet Charlatan (air date: 1991-09-25)

Darkwing Duck investigates the production of movie, which is plagued by accidents and is being directed by none other than Tuskernini, who has abandoned his life of crime for the cinema. But what happened to the space aliens?

Episode #16: Can't Bayou Love (air date: 1991-09-26)

Jambalaya Jake and his Alligator, both from the Bayou, have moved to the city after hearing it was ""easy pickings"". Darkwing shows them firsthand that that it is hardly the case.

Episode #17: Bearskin Thug (air date: 1991-09-27)

Drake takes Gosalyn on a camping trip in order to teach her about the great outdoors. The national park has been evacuated due to a monstrous bear that has been attacking both campers and wildlife alike.

Episode #18: You Sweat Your Life (air date: 1991-09-30)

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 feather from a true hero.

Episode #19: Days of Blunder (air date: 1991-10-01)

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

Episode #20: Just Us Justice Ducks (1) (air date: 1991-10-02)

Negaduck, Bushroot, Quackerjack, Megavolt, and Luqidator all join together as the Fearsome Five to defeat Darkwing Duck and take over St.Canard. When the other superheroes hear about this Neptuna, Gizmoduck, Morgana, and Stegmutt band together to fom the Justice Ducks. Darkwing is less than thrilled, however, wanting all the credit for their defeat. But when he faces the Fearsome Five, he soon finds out the job is more than he can handle.

Episode #21: Just Us Justice Ducks (2) (air date: 1991-10-03)

The Justice Ducks are each defeated and captured by the Fearsome Five. Darkwing rushes to the rescue, and the five heroes join in battle against the five villains, with the ultimate victors deciding the fate of the whole city.

Episode #22: Double Darkwings (air date: 1991-10-04)

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) a targets him with the curse. Now Jamabalya is using Launchpad as a partner in crime, and Darkwing is getting all the blame for it.

Episode #23: Aduckyphobia (air date: 1991-10-07)

A mutated spider bite causes Darkwing to grow four extra arms! When this causes hims trouble while trying to catch Moliarty, Darkwing adopts a new super-hero identity... Arachno-duck!

Episode #24: When Aliens Collide (air date: 1991-10-08)

Gosalyn comes upon a space ship that has crashed in the park. A cute alien emerges, wearing a rather restrictive collar which he doesn’t seem to be fond of.

Episode #25: Jurassic Jumble (air date: 1991-10-09)

Honker and Gosalyn track down a set of dinosaur footprints, and are led to the nefarious Dr. Fossil, duck turned dinosaur. With his de-evolution ray and the aid of a passing comet, Fossil plans to end the current life on the planet to give dinosaurs a second chance.

Episode #26: Cleanliness is Next to Badliness (air date: 1991-10-10)

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

Episode #27: Smarter Than a Speeding Bullet (air date: 1991-10-11)

Comet Guy, failure superhero has come from another planet to retrieve superhero training. Steelbeak directs the theft of masses of rubber to construct a destructive F.O.W.L. device - the F.O.W.L. ball.

Episode #28: All's Fahrenheit in Love and War (air date: 1991-10-14)

Launchpad and Darkwing are after a strange band of firebugs that have melted down the gold of the city banks. Icy Vanderchill, frozen duck, develops a crush on DW, and dates him, all the while hiding a plot to paint the city in a layer of gold.

Episode #29: Whiffle While You Work (air date: 1991-10-15)

Gosalyn and Darkwing are hyped over a video game competition involving the popular ""Whiffle Boy"". However, a toymaker gone insane, Quackerjack, is out to get revenge on the gaming industry that put him out of business.

Episode #30: Ghoul of My Dreams (air date: 1991-10-16)

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

Episode #31: Adopt-a-Con (air date: 1991-10-21)

In this case, Adopt-a-con means the Adopt A Convict Program. The program has sent Tuskernini to Drake's house. DW is sure that Tusker won't reform, even though he acts as if he has. Posing as Bushroot, he takes Launchpad, Gosalyn, And Drake hostages in order to fish out Darkwing. But Drake's already a hostage. How can DW pull out of this one?

Episode #32: Toys Czar Us (air date: 1991-10-22)

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

Episode #33: The Secret Origins of Darkwing Duck (air date: 1991-10-23)

In the future, Gosloid and her friend get trapped in the Darkwing Duck Museum and hear the alleged story of the 'secret origins' of Darkwing Duck.

Episode #34: Up, Up, and Awry (air date: 1991-10-24)

Gizmoduck comes to St. Canard in order to help stop Megavolt's latest scheme: Stealing horseshoes and cable to build a giant electro-magnet. Darkwing is hardly receptive and wallows in self-pity as the super-suited superhero takes the spotlight.

Episode #35: Life, the Negaverse, and Everything (air date: 1991-10-25)

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.

Episode #36: Dry Hard (air date: 1991-10-28)

Bud Flood, spring water salesmen has been posioning his competitor's water in order to promote his own. Darkwing moves to stop him, but ends up sending him into a vat of the poisoned water. He has survived in a watery form, ""The Liquidator"". Now, the Liquidator has turned all of St. Canard's water hard. How will DW stop a criminal who isn't a solid?

Episode #37: Heavy Mental (air date: 1991-10-29)

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

Episode #38: Disguise the Limit (air date: 1991-10-30)

Negaduck, disguised, frames Darkwing for a series of crimes. To go into hiding, the hero uses an experimental S.H.U.S.H. design, which ends up causing him to spontaneously change into whomever he looks at.

Episode #39: Planet of the Capes (air date: 1991-10-31)

Comet Guy returns, and he needs Darkwing to go to his planet to help him.

Episode #40: Darkwing Doubloon (air date: 1991-11-01)

300 years ago, a pirate scourge sailed the seas, striking for truth and justice. That's right, believe it or not, that was a scourge of pirates! Darkwing Doubloon and his crew, Gosalyn, Stegmutt, Launchpad, and Gizmoduck have must battle the alleged pirate Negaduck and the Fearsome Four to keep them from making off with the king's jewels.

Episode #41: It's a Wonderful Leaf (air date: 1991-11-04)

A crowd of pushy holiday shopppers rub Bushroot the wrong way. He decides to ruin Christmas by taking control of all of St. Canard's Christmas trees.

Episode #42: Twitching Channels (air date: 1991-11-05)

Megavolt creates a way of transmitting himself as an electrical signal. Darkwing confronts the rat, and both of them get transported to the human universe. Here, the Darkwing Duck cartoon is a big seller, and DW realizes he isn't getting any of the profits. And it seems that there is no way home.

Episode #43: Dances with Bigfoot (air date: 1991-11-06)

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

Episode #44: Twin Beaks (air date: 1991-11-07)

When Honker's parents go missing, all clues point to the mysterious Twin Beaks. A mutated alien race of cabbages have begun their conquest of Earth from this unseemly town.

Episode #45: The Incredible Bulk (air date: 1991-11-08)

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

Episode #46: My Valentine Ghoul (air date: 1991-11-11)

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

Episode #47: Dead Duck (air date: 1991-11-12)

Chasing Megavolt, Darkwing gets into an accident and is killed. Now, on the run from Death himself, he no only plans to apprehend the villain he's after, but also has to search for a way to return to the living before it's too late.

Episode #48: A Duck by Any Other Name (air date: 1991-11-13)

A news program reveals Darkwing Duck's identity as Launchpad.

Episode #49: Let's Get Respectable (air date: 1991-11-14)

After a television program shows that Darkwing as a poor reputation with the public, Gosalyn decides that Darkwing needs an image change.

Episode #50: In Like Blunt (air date: 1991-11-15)

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

Episode #51: Quack of Ages (air date: 1991-11-18)

To prevent the invention of the yo-yo, Quackerjack travels back to the medevial land of Canardia. Posing as the king's advisor, the demented toymaker convicts Darkwing as a warlock.

Episode #52: Time and Punishment (air date: 1991-11-19)

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

Episode #53: Stressed to Kill (air date: 1991-11-20)

Darkwing Is getting a little bit stressted. So he goes to a stress free clinic (which is beeing runby Megavolt and QuackerJack) and they brain wash him. Now he is too calm (not even Goslyn deystroying the house can get him mad!). When Megavolt and QuackerJack start a fire that soons starts to spread, Launchpd and Goslyn have to try to get DW out of it. But when Megavolt puts out the fire, he also starts a flood. What will they do?

Episode #54: The Darkwing Squad (air date: 1991-11-21)

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

Episode #55: Inside Binkie's Brain (air date: 1991-11-22)

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

Episode #56: The Haunting of Mr. Banana Brain (air date: 1991-11-25)

A Sprit 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.

Episode #57: Slime OK, You're OK (air date: 1991-11-26)

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

Episode #58: Whirled History (air date: 1991-11-27)

Forced to work on her boring history assignment, Gosalyn dozes off, and begins sleepwalking. She dreams herself with AstroDuck, a television show character, trying to find ""The Fountain Of Knowledge"". While she is learning about famous explorers in her dreams, Megavolt uses her as bait to trap and kill Darkwing in the real world.

Episode #59: U.F. Foe (air date: 1991-11-28)

Aliens kidnap Launchpad to make him ruler of the universe.

Episode #60: A Star is Scorned (air date: 1991-11-29)

Darkwing's TV producer feels that Darkwing's TV show needs a new gimmick in the form of a spin-off character, which might really be Darkwing's replacement.

Episode #61: The Quiverwing Quack (air date: 1991-12-02)

Gosalyn takes up archery, and bests Negaduck with it. Against Darkwing's wishes she creates her alter-ego, the Quiverwing Quack and causes a stir of publicity. She also becomes Negaduck's new target - so he can regain his position as Public Enemy # 1.

Episode #62: Jail Bird (air date: 1991-12-03)

Negaduck steals a diamond that can steal others' powers. And after he steals the powers from Bushroot, Megavolt, Liquidator and Quackerjack, they need to use their weaknesses to stop him.

Episode #63: Dirtysomething (air date: 1991-12-04)

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

Episode #64: Kung Fooled (air date: 1991-12-05)

Darkwing chases Moleiarity to the city Kung Pow where he meets up with his old martial arts instructor, Master Lee.

Episode #65: Bad Luck Duck (air date: 1991-12-06)

Darkwing Duck is accused of stealing a tribes jewel and the leader puts a curse on him. Now they have to get it back from Negabuck and sop him from using it.But where is the leader to get the curse off?

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