Stone Quackers

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  • TV-MA
  • 2015
  • 1 Season
  • 6.8  (335)

This animated series concerns the antics of a trio of young cartoon ducks, who bear a remarkable resemblance to teenagers in the type of problems they create. Whit, Clay and Barf live in a location that resembles a human town. They have a penchant for getting into mischief and defying authority. For instance, in one episode, Whit and Clay reportedly refuse to evacuate in the face of a looming hurricane. Afterwards, they have to live with the consequences of that decision, which, in the cartoon, prove humorous. The series airs on some cable channels in many locations.

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Seasons
A Farewell to Kings
12. A Farewell to Kings
July 3, 2015
Writing the material took about six months, and recording the episode took about a seventeen years in the studio to finish. Also Bug becomes a titan of industry.
Hemispheres
11. Hemispheres
July 2, 2015
According to a 1998 interview, the episode is based on Clay's frequent nightmares. The birds heard in Hemispheres were recorded outside near Ben Jones's Studios near the YMCA. Also Bug enjoys the serenity of a playground.
Power Windows
10. Power Windows
March 27, 2015
The show's producers didn't want them to do another "concept" episode. They ignored that advice and found large commercial success which allowed them to chart their own course moving forward. Also Bug opens his mind.
Caress of Steel
9. Caress of Steel
March 20, 2015
A galaxy wide war results in the union of all planets under the rule of the Cheeseburger Island. Also Bug masters the culinary arts.
Hurricane
8. Hurricane
March 19, 2015
Their previous episode cemented their bombastic destiny. Stone Quackers V never tries to emulate their past achievements, but instead gives you something to talk about. Also Barf tries to drive in a hurricane. .
TwentyOneTwelve
7. TwentyOneTwelve
March 5, 2015
The episode eventually became known as one of Quackers most obscure and overlooked works. Diehard SQ fans feel the episode is underrated. Also, Bug changes species.
One Last Bad Prank
6. One Last Bad Prank
October 27, 2014
Whit, Clay, and Barf decide to pull one last big prank, but what starts out as a simple goof quickly sends Cheeseburger Island into chaos. Known affectionately as the "Brown Bomber," Stone Quackers I is one of the pillars of the first season. Also Officer Barry tries out his watercolor set at a crime scene.
One Last Bad Prank
5. One Last Bad Prank
February 19, 2015
After being reprimanded by Dottie, the guys commit to one last prank before confessing. The situation quickly escalates out of control but no one knows why.
Snakes, Dial Tone, Officer Barry Checks In
4. Snakes, Dial Tone, Officer Barry Checks In
February 5, 2015
After the full on assault of Stone Quackers II, Stone Quackers III finds the group taking a step back through a milder approach. Also Barf suggests skinny dipping.
Blue Feathers
3. Blue Feathers
January 30, 2015
A weekly block of animated shorts, featuring the series Lucas Bros. Moving Co., Stone Quackers, High School USA! and Axe Cop.
Stone Quackers II
2. Stone Quackers II
January 22, 2015
Barf goes on a rope swing and his weight brings down the cliff. The guys try to help Clay overcome his obsession for Simmy Sue, while Dotties behavior has the cat in fear of his life.
Stone Quackers V
1. Stone Quackers V
January 2, 2015
Stone Quackers were never a group of settlers. Their previous episode cemented their bombastic destiny. Stone Quackers V never tries to emulate their past achievements, but instead gives you something to talk about. Also Barf tries to drive in a hurricane.
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This animated series concerns the antics of a trio of young cartoon ducks, who bear a remarkable resemblance to teenagers in the type of problems they create. Whit, Clay and Barf live in a location that resembles a human town. They have a penchant for getting into mischief and defying authority. For instance, in one episode, Whit and Clay reportedly refuse to evacuate in the face of a looming hurricane. Afterwards, they have to live with the consequences of that decision, which, in the cartoon, prove humorous. The series airs on some cable channels in many locations.

Stone Quackers is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (12 episodes). The series first aired on January 2, 2015.

Where to Watch Stone Quackers

Stone Quackers is available for streaming on the FXX website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Stone Quackers on demand at Amazon, Hulu, Vudu and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    January 2, 2015
  • IMDB Rating
    6.8  (335)