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Queer Duck was an American adult animated comedy animated series that originally appeared on Icebox.com in 1999, and later moved to the American cable television channel Showtime in 2000. The show was created and written by Mike Reiss, executive producer of network cartoons The Simpsons and The Critic. The animation was directed and designed by Xeth Feinberg. Queer Duck was the first animated TV series to have homosexuality as its predominant theme. Like several later television cartoons, Queer Duck was animated in Macromedia Flash.
A direct-to-video film Queer Duck: The Movie was released in 2006.
The show follows the adventures of Adam "Queer Duck" Duckstein, his boyfriend Steven “Openly” Gator, and their friends Bi Polar Bear and Oscar Wildcat. Although nearly all the characters are anthropomorphic, the series was not intended to have furries as the target audience. The series makes numerous references to gay culture but has never directly recognized the furry fandom.
Many times throughout the series the focus of homosexuality is more on human men than anthropomorphic characters; however, there is some sexual furry content in many episodes, such as Gym Neighbors and Bi Polar Bear and the Glorious Hole.
- Jim J. Bullock as Adam Seymour ‘Queer Duck’ Duckstein
- Billy West as Bi-Polar Bear
- Kevin Michael Richardson as Stephen Arlo ‘Openly Gator’ Santa Claus
- Maurice LaMarche as Oscar Wildcat Martin Duckstein
- Estelle Harris as Mrs. Duckstein
- Tress MacNeille as Dr. Laura Schlessinger
- I’m Coming Out! Air date 2000
- Fiddler On The Roofie Air date 2000
- Oh Christ! Air date 2000
- Queer Doc Air date 2000
- B.S. I Love You Air date 2000
- The Gayest Place on Earth Air date 2001
- Gym Neighbors Air date 2001
- Queer as Fowl Air date 2002
- Wedding Blee Blues Air date 2002
- Ku Klux Klan & Ollie Air date 2002
- The Gay Road to Morocco Air date 2002
- Quack Doctor Air date 2002
- Oscar’s Wild Air date 2002
- A Gay Outing Air date 2002
- Radio Head Air date 2003
- Tales of the City Morgue Air date 2003
- Homo for the Holidays Air date 2003
- Bi Polar Bear and the Glorious Hole Air date 2003
- Santa Claus is Coming Out Air date 2003
- Mardi Foie Gras Air date 2004
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