Duck Dodgers is an American animated television series, based on the 1953 theatrical cartoon short Duck Dodgers in the 24½th Century, produced by Warner Bros. Animation from 2003 to 2005. The series is a space opera, featuring the fictional Looney Tunes characters as actors in metafictional roles, with Daffy Duck as the titular hero. It originally aired on Cartoon Network, and it currently airs reruns on Cartoon Network's sister network, Boomerang.
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Roboto (of ""The Fowl Friend"") returns with a thirst for revenge as he assembles all of Dodgers' previous villains together to form the Legion of Duck Doom. Their goal is to do whatever they can to destroy Duck Dodgers once and for all.
Dodgers and the Cadet go up against a hypnotist named the Magnificent Rogue, who is intent on flooding the Earth. Problems arise, however, when Rogue manages to hypnotize everyone into thinking he's the greatest, which includes Dodgers and the Cadet!
Cadet and the Centurions go on separate vacations away from their bosses. Meanwhile, Dodgers and X-2 accidentally crash their ships on the deserted
Dodgers and Cadet must go undercover at a high school to find a device that turns teenagers into "emotionally unstable lunatics.
Teams from Earth and Mars are abducted to compete against each other on a dangerous game show.
In order to get a free rocket scooter from the Protectorate, Dodgers and the Cadet must go undercover at a rocket cycle rally on Planet Dakota. However, they immediately find out that it's actually an innocent appreciation club for rocket cycles. Now, Dodgers takes it upon himself to turn these law-abiding citizens into lawless marauders.
I.Q. builds a detoxification machine and uses it on Dodgers as a test subject. The machine rids Dodgers of anything impure and turns him into the perfect duck. Nobody likes this change as Dodgers becomes too helpful in everything, so I.Q., Cadet, X-2, and the Queen devise a plan to turn him back before the change becomes permanent.
Dodgers and Star Johnson go against each other to win the "Captain of the Year" award and the heart of a female Lieutenant.
Dodgers invites people to a party to celebrate his new Lifomatica, a system designed to make life easier. That is, until Lifomatica goes insane and traps the guests inside the ship.
Dodgers and the Cadet team up with officer Paprika Solo on Groovica to discover the location of the galaxy's missing supply of diamonds.
When the Cadet quits the Protectorate to become a big corporate CEO, Dodgers decides to get him back by sabotaging his company with the help of his new Cadet, Egghead Jr.
After Dodgers ends up in a critical accident, I.Q. Hi equips Dodgers with cybornetic parts, making him a super powerful cyborg. Meanwhile, the Martian Queen and X-2 kidnap other cyborg people from Earth to steal their technology, using the dubious help of Dr. Maniac.
The Martians hire Hubie and Bert, who trick Dodgers and Cadet into thinking the other is out to kill them.
While on a diplomatic mission to an aquatic planet, Dodgers instigates war between the dolphin and shark people. Dodgers and Cadet are drafted to fight on opposing sides, but must find a way to bring about peace.
A criminal gambling kingpin hires a gang of bounty hunters to kill Duck Dodgers. That is, until one of the bounty hunters quits and offers to help Dodgers.
When Hungortus the Eater of Worlds heads toward the solar system for his next meal, Dodgers and the Martians hire lawyers to convince him of which planet to eat: Earth or Mars.
A psychic supervillain named Manobrain, steals top secret codes and hides them in Dodgers' brain. I.Q. , Cadet, Manobrain, and embodiments of Dodgers' personality explore his mind in their quest to find them.
Dodgers and Cadet train under the famous Kung Fu Master Moloch so they'll be able to take down a speedy thief called The Whoosh.
Dodgers hires gangsters Rocky and Mugsy to help him infiltrate the Serpenti gang and find stolen gum.
Dodgers is the subject of a reality television show called "Bonafide Heroes," which is documenting his life as a captain. Dodgers decides to fake the capture of the criminal Camoman for the cameras. Meanwhile, the camera crew interviews various enemies and friends about Dodgers in between.