Duck Quacks Don't Echo

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  • TV-PG
  • 2014
  • 1 Season
  • 6.4  (55)

Duck Quacks Don't Echo is an entertaining and educational show on National Geographic that explores a range of interesting and sometimes bizarre scientific facts. The show stars Emily Grossman and Maggie Aderin-Pocock, two renowned experts in the field of science, who help to unravel the mysteries behind some of the most intriguing scientific phenomena.

Throughout the show, Emily and Maggie put scientific theories to the test through a series of fun and often wacky experiments. The show is structured around three main segments, each of which explores a different question or concept related to science. The segment titles themselves are whimsical and designed to catch your attention, such as "Can a Hippo Moonwalk?", "Do Growing Plants Respond to Music?", and "Can a Pigeon Wear a Backpack?".

One of the main draws of this show is its ability to surprise and delight viewers with the unexpected outcomes of its experiments. In each episode, the hosts use their scientific knowledge and creativity to come up with hypotheses about how different events might play out. They then set up experiments to test these hypotheses, which often involves building elaborate contraptions or subjecting themselves to unusual conditions.

For example, in one episode, the team tries to determine whether it's really possible to moonwalk like Michael Jackson by creating a specially designed treadmill and rigging up a camera that captures their every move. In another episode, they test the myth that plants grow better when exposed to classical music by planting a garden with several different sections, each of which is subjected to different types of sound.

Along the way, the hosts share their knowledge and insights about the scientific principles behind each experiment, helping to explain why certain things work the way they do. They also enlist the help of guest experts from various fields, who offer up additional insights and perspectives on the experiments being conducted.

One of the things that makes Duck Quacks Don't Echo stand out from other scientific shows is its emphasis on fun and entertainment. The hosts are funny, engaging, and always up for a good laugh, even when things don't go quite as planned. This makes the show an ideal choice for families or anyone who wants to learn more about science in a fun and engaging way.

Overall, Duck Quacks Don't Echo is a great show for anyone who loves science and enjoys a good laugh. With its clever experiments, engaging hosts, and surprising outcomes, it's sure to keep you entertained and informed, episode after episode.

Duck Quacks Don't Echo is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (14 episodes). The series first aired on January 13, 2014.

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Hot Women Make Men Dumb
14. Hot Women Make Men Dumb
March 3, 2014
Michael brings in heavy artillery for his experiment: Is it possible to climb a wall using ordinary vacuum cleaners? And Seth brings an amusing fact to the table: Is it possible that after a conversation with an attractive woman, men get ... dumber?
Don't Get Cold Feet
13. Don't Get Cold Feet
March 3, 2014
Seth believes there are certain dance moves that women find more attractive. To test this theory, the guys show off their dance skills to a few gracious audience volunteers. And Tom proves that when you're scared, you literally get cold feet.
Battle of the Sexes
12. Battle of the Sexes
February 24, 2014
Tom engages in a battle of the sexes to try to determine if women are better than men at remembering directions.
Swimming Pool Surprise
11. Swimming Pool Surprise
February 24, 2014
Seth tries to prove that the more a pool smells like chlorine, the dirtier it is.
Swearing Dulls Pain
10. Swearing Dulls Pain
February 17, 2014
Michael tries to prove that swearing helps increase pain tolerance.
Pigeons Beat Machines
9. Pigeons Beat Machines
February 17, 2014
Seth tries to prove if wings are better than telephonic technology.
Faster Than A Speeding Bullet
8. Faster Than A Speeding Bullet
February 3, 2014
Tom, Michael and Seth prove that: A rock shot from a lawnmower can have the same force as a bullet from a 9mm handgun. You can bend a stream of water with static electricity from a balloon.
Bubble Wrap Drop
7. Bubble Wrap Drop
February 3, 2014
Tom, Michael and Seth prove that: The color red enhances men's attraction to women. You can survive a 13' drop if you're wrapped in bubble wrap. Cows that are given names produce more milk than cows that aren't.
Mad Bulls See Red
6. Mad Bulls See Red
January 27, 2014
Seth tests the theory that the color red actually makes bulls angry.
Eyelash Monsters
5. Eyelash Monsters
January 27, 2014
Tom, Michael, and Seth prove that: You can stretch a bathing cap enough for an adult to fit inside of it. There are mites that live on your eyelashes that are visible under electron microscope. People are more likely to believe statements that rhyme.
Proof is in the Pudding
4. Proof is in the Pudding
January 20, 2014
Seth tests the theory that pigeons can actually remember human faces.
Shrimp on a Treadmill
3. Shrimp on a Treadmill
January 20, 2014
Seth tests if drunkenness is truly in the eye of the beer-holder.
Crushed by a Truck
2. Crushed by a Truck
January 13, 2014
Michael tries to prove to Tom and Seth that four ceramic coffee mugs under each tire can hold the whole weight of a pick up truck. Next, Tom has the challenge of writing the number 6 while rotating his leg clockwise on the same side.
Hovercraft Grand Prix
1. Hovercraft Grand Prix
January 13, 2014
Seth researches the debated theory: Is it likely for a toothbrush to get bacteria on it from a flushing toilet 6 feet away? Also, Tom challenges Michael and Seth to eat six saltine crackers in a minute or less without water.
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Duck Quacks Don't Echo is available for streaming on the National Geographic website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Duck Quacks Don't Echo on demand at Amazon and Google Play.
  • Premiere Date
    January 13, 2014
  • IMDB Rating
    6.4  (55)