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The Duck Bros. is a American adult animated TV series created by Patrick Johnson and Michael Sullivan, that aired from September 6, 1998 to May 23, 2004, on Fox. The series focuses on the misadventures of four friends: Craig, Townshend, Shawn and Bruce.

Series overview

Season Episodes
Season premiere Season finale
1 25 September 6, 1998 May 8, 1999
2 22 September 18, 1999 May 14, 2000
3 24 September 23, 2000 May 20, 2001
4 26 September 23, 2001 May 26, 2002
5 September 22, 2002 May 17, 2003
6 October 14, 2003 May 23, 2004

Season 1 (1998-99)

  • Showrunners: Alfred Gough & Miles Millar
  • Executive Producers: Alfred Gough, Patrick Johnson and Miles Millar.
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1 1 "Flood Warning" Alfred Gough & Miles Millar
2 2 "Dinner With Craig" Bill Odenkirk
3 3 "Fear of Flying" Brent Forrester, David Greenwalt and Ken Keeler
4 4 "Gold Fever" Michael Sullivan, Alfred Gough, Miles Millar and Michael Price
5 5 "The Curse of Giant Moai" David Greenwalt, John Swartzwelder, George Meyer & Greg Daniels
6 6 "Dial 'M' for Murderousness" Bill Oakley & Josh Weinstein
7 7 "Have Gun, Will Unravel" David Greenwalt, John Swartzwelder, George Meyer and Patric M. Verrone
8 8 "Head First" Michael Sullivan & Phil Weinstein
9 9 "The Crepes of Wrath" George Meyer, John Swartzwelder, Michael Sullivan & Lewis Morton
10 10 "Reunion" Brian Kelley
11 11 "The Heartbroke Guy" Bill Canterbury
12 12 "Anniversary" Bill Oakley, Josh Weinstein and Michael Price
13 13 "Lost in the Supermarket" Steve Tompkins
14 14 "Blood Brothers" Dan Vebber & Phil Weinstein
15 15 "What's With Townshend" Tim Long
16 16 "Thanksgiving Day" Jennifer Crittenden, Bill Oakley, Josh Weinstein, Matt Weitzman, Lewis Morton, Greg Daniels and Mike Scully
17 17 "Flight of the Craig" David Greenwalt
18 18 "Labor Pains" Brian Kelley
19 19 "UnderWater World" Bill Oakley & Josh Weinstein
20 20 "Where No Townshend Has Gone Before" Ron Weiner
21 21 "Sins of the Father" Alan R. Cohen & Alan Freedland
22 22 "Snow Job" Cheryl Holliday
Alan R. Cohen & Alan Freedland
Jonathan Collier
23 23 "Good Will Hunting" Joe Stillman
24 24 "Hungry Man" Jon Vitti
25 25 "Art House" Jonathan Aibel & Glenn Berger

Season 2 (1999-2000)

  • Showrunners: Mike Sullivan & Patrick Johnson
  • Executive Producers: Alfred Gough, Patrick Johnson, Miles Millar and Mike Sullivan


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26 1 "Nightmare Generator" Ron Weiner
27 2 "Natural Born Killers" David Greenwalt, John Swartzwelder, Jon Vitti and Brian Kelley
28 3 "B.B.K." Bill Odenkirk
29 4 "The Longest Weekend" Ron Hauge
30 5 "The Erotic Adventures of Townshend" Bill Oakley, Josh Weinstein, Tom Gammill, Max Pross
31 6 "Trouble With Gribbles" Jonathan Aibel & Glenn Berger
32 7 "$e@ttle" Bill Oakley & Josh Weinstein
33 8 "For Better or Worse" Michael Markowitz
34 9 "They Saved Craig's Brain" David Greenwalt
35 10 "My Damn Mean Teacher" Aaron Ehasz
36 11 "Blackout" Jon Vitti
37 12 "Bob Takes the Case" Bill Canterbury
38 13 "Dammit! Hollywood" Ron Hauge
39 14 "Big Brother" Jeff Astroff & Mike Sikowitz
40 15 "The Drunken Squid" Jeff Westbrook
41 16 "'Townshend Should Not Be Allowed on T.V." Lewis Morton
42 17 "T*R*A*S*H" Phil Weinstein
43 18 "Moving Day" Tom Gammill & Max Pross
44 19 "Showdown" Darin Henry, Jon Vitti, Ron Hauge
45 20 "Mayhem in Japan" Greg Daniels
46 21 "Naked Ambition" Jonathan Aibel & Glenn Berger
47 22 "The Saga of Craig" Eric Kaplan

Season 3 (2000-01)

  • Showrunner: David Greenwalt
  • Executive Producers: David Greenwalt, Patrick Johnson, George Meyer and Mike Sullivan
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48 1 "Xmas Story" Lewis Morton
49 2 "Mr. Townshend Goes to Washington" Michael Shipley and Jim Bernstein
50 3 "The Amazing Colossal Townshend" Bill Canterbury
51 4 "Inner Tube" Bill Odenkirk & Phil Weinstein
52 5 "Townshend Verkaufen Galaktische Cafe" Jon Vitti
53 6 "The Devil and Craig Simon" David Greenwalt & Greg Daniels
54 7 "La Cage" David Fury
55 8 "The Route of All Evil" David Greenwalt
56 9 "How Sharon Got Her Groove Back" Bill Odenkirk
57 10 "Mistaken Identity" Tom Gammill & Max Pross
58 11 "Weekend at Townshendsie's" Garrett Donovan & Neil Goldman
59 12 "Townshend After Dark" Jeff Astrof & Mike Sikowitz
60 13 "How Stanley Stole Christmas" Bill Canterbury
61 14 "Thunderbolt" Garrett Donovan & Neil Goldman
62 15 "Noir Movie" Steve Tompkins
63 16 "Be Careful What You Want For" Ron Weiner
64 17 "Craig Blows His Promotion" Tom Gammill & Max Pross
65 18 "The Ring" John Swartzwelder
66 19 "Townshend, This Isn't Your Life" Jonathan Aibel & Glenn Berger
67 20 "Independence Day" Garrett Donovan and Neil Goldman
68 21 "Disturbia" Michael Sullivan
69 22 "High Anxiety" Jonathan Aibel & Glenn Berger
70 23 "Threat Levels" David Zuckerman
71 24 "Big Man on Campus" Greg Berlanti

Season 4 (2001-02)

  • Showrunner: David Fury
  • Executive Producers: David Fury, David Greenwalt, Patrick Johnson, Bill Oakley, Michael Sullivan and Josh Weinstein.
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72 1 "Trip" Garrett Donovan & Neil Goldman
73 2 "Christmas Special" Jeff Astrof & Mike Sikowitz
74 3 "From Method to Madness" Tom Gammill & Max Pross
75 4 "Picture Perfect" Bill Odenkirk, Alfred Gough, Miles Millar and Phil Weinstein
76 5 "Apologies for the Frivolity" Lewis Morton
77 6 "Graduate" Garrett Donovan & Neil Goldman
78 7 "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" David Greenwalt and Aaron Ehasz
79 8 "Blame It On Rio" Story by: Bill Prady & Phil Johnston
Teleplay by: Tom Gammill & Max Pross
80 9 "Feeling the Heat" Jeff Astrof & Mike Sikowitz
81 10 "Mind Over Manner" Garrett Donovan & Neil Goldman
82 11 "A Streetcat Named Craig" Bill Oakley, Josh Weinstein, Alfred Gough & Miles MillR
83 12 "Venice or Dust" Lee Aronsohn & Matt Weitzman
84 13 "New Moon Rising" Alfred Gough & Miles Millar
85 14 "One If By Cat, Two If By Sea" Michael Shipley & Jim Bernstein
86 15 "American Detectives" Jeff Astrof & Mike Sikowitz
87 16 "The Last Temptation of Craig" Michael Price & Matt Weitzman
88 17 "Boyz in the Woods" Ron Weiner
89 18 "Lucky Strike" Bill Oakley & Josh Weinstein
90 19 "Life in a Day" Bill Prady, David Greenwalt & Brian Kelley
91 20 "Miami Vice" Lee Aronsohn & Robert Cohen
92 21 "Bob Gets a Job" Aaron Ehasz
93 22 "I Know What You Did Last Summer" Garrett Donovan & Neil Goldman
94 23 "Love's Labours Lost" Tom Gammill & Max Pross
95 24 "Beyond Citizen Craig" Eric Kaplan
96 25 "No Sex" Tom Gammill & Max Pross
25b "Chocolates and Guitars" Alfred Gough & Miles Millar
97 26 "Overclockwise" Ken Keeler

Season 5 (2002-03)

  • Showrunner: Michael Sullivan
  • Executive Producers: David Greenwalt and Patrick Johnson (Episodes 1-8), David Litt, Bill Oakley, Michael Sullivan and Josh Weinstein.
  • Note: All episodes used the surfboard's reflecion variant.
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98 1 "Burning Down the School" Tom Gammill, Max Pross, Robert Cohen, Aaron Ehasz, John Wells
99 2 "Scared Straight" Kevin Curran
100 3 "Six Degrees of Shawn" Story by: Brian Kelley & Lee Aronsohn
Teleplay by: David Litt & Steven Molaro
101 4 "The Storm" Story by: Phil Johnston
Teleplay by: Phil Johnston & Jeff Pinkner
102 5 "The Dark Knight" Dan Vebber, John Swartzwelder & Lewis Morton
103 6 "Gone With the Wind" Tom Gammill & Max Pross
104 7 "Cool Change" Dan Vebber
105 8 "Dr. Phil" Michael Shipley & Jim Bernstein
106 9 "There's Something About Craig" Bill Oakley & Josh Weinstein
107 10 "Survival" Ron Weiner & Steven Molaro
108 11 "Lifeguard" Story by: Jennifer Glickman
Teleplay by: Dave Goetsch & Steven Molaro
109 12 "Tough Love" Story by: Darin Henry & Patric M. Verrone
Teleplay by: Phil Weinstein & Patric M. Verrone
110 13 "Death of a Dream" Bill Odenkirk
111 14 "Cool Runnings" Tom Gammill & Max Pross
112 15 "Civil War" Story by: Michael Sullivan
Teleplay by: David Litt & Robert Cohen
113 16 "Fahrenheit 932" Tom Gammill & Max Pross
114 17 "Foreign Affairs" Story by: Michael Sullivan
Teleplay by: John Eisendrath & Alex Kurtzman
115 18 "The Truth" Ron Weiner, Aaron Ehasz, Bill Odenkirk
116 19 "A Scorpion's Tale" Tom Gammill & Max Pross
117 20 "Hughes" Story by: Bill Prady & Stephen Engel
Teleplay by: Michael Sullivan, Lee Aronsohn & Dave Goetsch
118 21 "Possession" Robert Cohen, Lee Aronsohn, Steven Molaro, Eric Kaplan
119 22 "King of the Hill" John Swartzwelder
120 23 "Playdate With Destiny" Jennifer Crittenden
121 24 "Collision" Bill Odenkirk, Richard Appel, Lewis Morton, Greg Daniels
122 25 "Cabin Fever" Tom Gammill & Max Pross
123 26 "Payback" John Swartzwelder, Michael Price, Ron Hauge, Matt Weitzman

Season 6 (2003-04)

  • Showrunner: Tim Minear
  • Executive Producers: Garrett Donovan, Neil Goldman, Tim Minear and Mike Sullivan
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124 1 "The Chronicle" George Meyer, Matt Weitzman, Greg Daniels
Michael Shipley & Jim Bernstein
125 2 "I Dream of America" Garrett Donovan & Neil Goldman
126 3 "The Aftermath" Jeff Astrof & Mike Sikowitz
127 4 "Iced" Bill Canterbury, Jonathan Aibel, Glenn Berger,
Ken Keeler, Eddie Gorodetsky, Steve Tompkins,
Matt Weitzman & Greg Daniels
128 5 "Blood is Thicker Than Water" Eric Kaplan
129 6 "Heaven" Garrett Donovan & Neil Goldman
130 7 "Harvest" Eric Horsted
131 8 "Sweet Innocence" Tim Minear
132 9 "Fritz" John Altschuler & Dave Krinsky
133 10 "Terminal" Michael Shipley & Jim Bernstein
134 11 "Chemical Frenzy" Jonathan Aibel & Glenn Berger
135 12 "Sweet Craig Simon's Badass Song" George Meyer
136 13 "The 'A' Student and the Pauper" Brian Scully
137 14 "Asylum" Tim Minear and Mike Sullivan
138 15 "Whacking Day" John Swartzwelder
139 16 "Jeopardy!" Garrett Donovan & Neil Goldman
140 17 "Volcano" Damon Lindelof
141 18 "Bite Me" Steven Molaro
142 19 "Runaway" Tom Gammill & Max Pross
143 20 "Surprise" Ken Keeler, Jennifer Crittenden & Steve Tompkins
144 21 "Toy Story" Michael Shipley & Jim Bernstein
145 22 "Sharon Reiss" Lewis Morton
146 23 "Parental Guidance" Robert Cohen & David Litt
147 24 "The Apartment" George Meyer
148 25 "The Garage Sale" George Meyer, Bill Canterbury, Mike Barker, Matt Weitzman & Jennifer Crittenden
149 26 "Return" David Greenwalt, Patrick Johnson, Michael Sullivan,
Bill Oakley, Josh Weinstein, Alfred Gough, Miles Millar,
Tom Gammill, Max Pross and John Swartzwelder
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