dementomstie - 2008-06-14 He got a complete set of original copies of Drakespeare plays for less than 0,000? Sounds like a bargin to me. Like he said, the lost play is worth millions, so aren't the original copies of the plays also worth millions?
Camonk - 2008-06-15 I would live in a town named Humanburg, or Persontown. I'd want my last name to be von Person. My best friend will be Bill Wearsshoes.
Xenocide - 2008-06-15 I wonder how the dog people feel about living in Duckberg, though? Do they take it in stride or is it like being a minority in Whiteyville?
BiggerJ - 2016-06-22 I imagine that ducks are seen the same way the races of Men and Elves seen Dwarves - comical but also driven and surprisingly competent.
cognitivedissonance - 2008-06-15 It's kind of sad that twenty years later, I can recite every single word in this episode. Philip Brushbill only got one episode, despite being one of the more interesting inhabitants of Ducksburg.
panipuri - 2008-06-15 man what happened to cartoons? maybe i've just become an old fart at the age of 25 but i swear the cartoons were golden when i was a kid.