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Ebony, Baby 

A blaxploitation spoof involves Duckman getting involved with Ebony Sable, a model/private eye.

Director:

Steve Loter

Writers:

Everett Peck (creator), Ron Osborn (developer) | 10 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Jason Alexander ... Eric Duckman (voice)
Nancy Travis ... Bernice / Beatrice (voice)
Gregg Berger ... Cornfed Pig (voice)
Tisha Campbell-Martin ... Ebony Sable (voice) (as Tisha Campbell)
Ice-T ... Taanzi (voice) (as Ice T)
Leila Kenzle ... Janeane (voice)
Taj Mahal ... (voice)
Taylor Negron ... Wilhelm van der Klerk (voice)
Jeremy Piven ... Victor DeMann (voice)
Barry Shabaka Henley ... (voice) (as Shabaka)
Michael Stanton ... (voice)
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Storyline

Duckman decides he wants to be a part of the fashion world - so he attends a show. Mesmerised by an African American goddess/private eye named Ebony Sable, he finds himself entangled in a world of murder, power and lust. Guest voices include Tisha Campbell as Ebony Sable, Ice-T as Kwanzi, Montel Jordan, Taj Mahal, Jeremy Piven, Taylor Negron, Shebaka and Leila Kenzle. Written by Anonymous

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 April 1997 (USA) See more »

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Color
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Trivia

The scene where Duckman criticizes Montell Jordan is cut from the Seasons 3 and 4 DVD set. See more »

Quotes

Eric Duckman: Listen, Ebony, uh, no offense, but what is it with all the '70s stuff? I mean, the hair, the clothes, the language? How come you do all that?
Ebony Sable: White writers.
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Soundtracks

Ebony's Themes
Music by Scott Wilk and Todd Yvega
Lyrics by Gene Grillo
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More atmospheric than frenetic...
2 February 2013 | by usajdfields-536-894059See all my reviews

Another episode in season 4 (like 'Bev takes a holiday' / 'Haunted Plumbers society') that shifts Duckman towards atmosphere rather than sticking to its' frenetic approach of the prior 3 seasons. Lacking much of the slick witted Duckman rants, these episodes are really more plodding and less interesting. In some instances, they almost swerve into sentimentality. Egad! Overall, better than average TV fare but by this time the series is well past it's prime. I suggest you go back and watch the first three seasons (in order) and enjoy the best of the series and appreciate the fact it managed to keep up the quality for so long. Happy viewing.


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