Quack finds a perfect slice of bread. Should he listen to his duck wisdom, which is telling him to save it for a rainy day? Later, there's another sleepless night for Quack. Why can't everyone be quiet and let a poor duck get rest?
Peep sets sail, accidentally, in the Good Ship Easter Egg. Quack has an exciting new toy - a pair of orange sunglasses, on loan from the Fish Museum.
Chirp's interest in collecting soon becomes a full-fledged mania. Time to stage an intervention! Quack decides to give a concert entitled `An Afternoon with Quack', but has trouble finding the proper venue.
Here's one more flaw in duck design since, unlike beavers, ducks cannot slide on their tails. Neither can they make great art. Chirp discovers the springiest thing about spring is a pink cherry orchard.
What question would you ask if you woke up to find the world was grey and everything in it was gone? Also, mix mud and sun and what do you get? A stuck robin, that's what.
If one smug, pompous, hilarious duck named Quack is good, then two must be better. Plus, there is only one way to get rid of an obnoxious duck and that is to build her a new pond, to her exact specifications, of course.
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