Debbie Diamond Sarto is assistant news editor at Animation World Network.
Animated by Bento Box and produced by 20th Television Animation, Universal Television, and Fox Entertainment, Duncanville is co-created, and executive produced by the Emmy Award-winning husband and wife team of Mike and Julie Thacker Scully, and Emmy Award winner Amy Poehler.
Don’t change the channel because in “Throw Mamma From The Brain” Duncan sees Annie naked and visits a hypnotist to erase the memories. Meanwhile, Jack starts feeling like a big shot when he begins throwing big deck parties. This all-new episode airs Sunday, June 5 (9:30-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.
Our friends at FOX have once again shared exclusive clips. But this week Santa comes twice – with two back-to-back episodes of Duncanville dropping this Sunday! On June 5 fans will be treated to “Annie V. Fun,” followed by “Throw Mamma From The Brain,” and you’ve guessed it – we have sneak peeks at both!
Duncanville centers on a completely average 15-year-old boy, Duncan (voiced by Poehler), who’s nothing short of amazing… inside his own fantasy life. In addition to Poehler, the cast also includes Ty Burrell (Jack), Riki Lindhome (Kimberly), Joy Osmanski (Jing), Betsy Sodaro (Bex), Yassir Lester (Yangzi), and Zach Cherry (Wolf), as well as guest stars Rashida Jones (Mia) and Wiz Khalifa (Mr. Mitch).
From “Throw Mamma From The Brain,” in our second clip, “Mr. Mitch teaches Jack about Big Deck Energy” Jack learns a lesson, just in time to salvage a swim party gone south. Check it out:
In “Annie V. Fun,” Annie makes a stand against Teen Zone after she feels gouged by their prices at Jing’s birthday party, and the kids face the repercussions. Meanwhile, Duncan struggles with a traumatizing experience in a wind tunnel ride at the party. Bebe Neuwirth guest voices in this all-new episode airing Sunday, June 5 (9:00-9:30 PM ET/PT) on FOX.
From “Annie V. Fun,” our first exclusive clip is “Jing is turning 5!” Jing’s birthday celebration evolves from a backyard ‘Princess Pony’ celebration to a ‘Teen Zone’ destination. After all, age 5 is a defining moment in every kid’s life. Check it out: