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13 Episodes

Skip Tarkenton...........Jim Carrey
Aggie Aylesworth........Julie Payne
Andrea Lewin.............Nancy Lane
Marty Fenneman...........Jay Tarses
Roland Culp....Clarence Gilyard Jr.
Wally Wooster...........Don Messick
Mrs. Sheree Winkler...Teresa Ganzel
Brooks Carmichael......Jack Gilford

The Duck Factory was a pleasant little comedy about an animation studio. It didn't last long, but does have the distinction of featuring a young Jim Carrey in the starring role.

Here is the complete episode list for The Duck Factory. It includes original air dates, episode numbers, episode titles, and brief episode descriptions. (Please e-mail us if you find any errors!:

The first column of this table indicates the episodes of The Duck Factory we currently have in our archive. (All episodes were recorded in standard play on VHS tapes.) The entries for this column are defined as follows:
[blank] Episode not currently in archive
SYND Episode was recorded from a syndicated rerun (several minutes are typically trimmed from these by the syndicators to make room for more commercials)

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Episode 1 Season 1
Number 1
Goodbye Buddy, Hello Skip Skip Tarkenton arrives in Hollywood ready to take up his new job with a small animation studio, but runs into everyone on their way to the boss' funeral.
Episode 2 Season 1
Number 2
Filling Buddy's Shoes Skip moves in with Mrs. Winkler temporarily, causing jealousy and rumors about his new appointment as producer for "The Dippy Duck Show".
Episode 3 Season 1
Number 3
The Annies Marty claims that Veronica Hamel has agreed to be his date for the annual Annies awards.
Episode 4 Season 1
Number 4
No Good Deed Skip gets himself into trouble when he's unable to criticize a new voice talent and Marty's screenplay.
Episode 5 Season 1
Number 5
The Way We Weren't Aggie drafts Skip as her escort for a reunion of her Navy buddies.
Episode 6 Season 1
Number 6
Can We Talk? Skip has to speak to Marty about plagiarizing the routines of well known comedienne.
Episode 7 Season 1
Number 7
The Education of Sheree Winkler Brooks' tutoring of Mrs. Winkler for her high school diploma leads to a romantic involvement Skip finds hard to handle.
Episode 8 Season 1
Number 8
Ordinary People, Too Andrea reacts very badly when Skip raises the money to finish her first solo film project.
Episode 9 Season 1
Number 9
It Didn't Happen One Night Marty is jealous when his friend begins dating Mrs. Winkler and rumors run rampant about Skip and Andrea.
Episode 10 Season 1
Number 10
The Duck Stops Here Wally loses his Dippy Duck voice but learns he can do other kinds of roles- like Shakespeare.
Episode 11 Season 1
Number 11
The Children's Half Hour Brooks wants to help further his son's career as a comic while Wally finds he is jealous of his daughter's voice talent.
Episode 12 Season 1
Number 12
You Always Love the One You Hurt Roland can't decide if he should return to being a dentist after his father visits and calls up the ghost of family tradition.
Episode 13 Season 1
Number 13
Call Me Responsible Skip feels the burden of responsibility when everyone counts on him to persuade the network to renew Dippy Duck.

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