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Grandma-ma's Flatulent Adventure
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Season 3, Episode 3

Air Date:

January 20th, 1996

Written By:

Bill Canterbury and Gene Laufenberg

Directed By:

Norton Virgien

Previous:

Forbidden Fruit

Next:

Color of Naught

Grandma-ma's Flatulent Adventure is the third episode of the third season.

PlotEdit

The family makes plans to put Grandma-ma in a rest home. While taking her there, Duckman gets distracted and loses track of her. Grandma-ma embarks on a flatulent adventure and later when Cornfed and Duckman find her, she appears to be dead. Duckman makes the funeral arrangements.

NotesEdit

  • First major role of Grandma-ma.
  • Episode Title Reference: The movie Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure.
  • Ajax, Charles and Mambo do not wear dress clothes to Grandma-ma's funeral, but later in Pig Amok, when they attend a funeral, they do.

ContinuityEdit

  • As per usual, all of Terry Duke Tetzloff's schemes from previous episodes are mentioned.

Main CharactersEdit


QuotesEdit

Duckman is celebrating the fact that Grandmama is alive with his pelvis dance. Grandmama's Thoughts: I hate that guy.

At Grandmama's funeral, Duckman has a flashback about Grandmama, and when he comes to, he finds himself in an arcade. Terry "Duke" Tetzloff: Sorry, Duckman, I just found out you need a license to run a funeral home, so I set up this arcade. Now, go away, you're scaring the kids.

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