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Duck Boys -  On episode "The Promise" on the police drama DUE SOUTH/CBS/SYN/1994-98, detective Ray Vecchio (David Marciano) referred to two fellow detectives Jack Huey (Tony Craig) and Louis Gardino (Daniel Kash) as "The Duck Boys." His sarcastic remark was in reference to the two detective's slick interrogation style ("nothing sticks to their feathers" nor "ruffles their feathers") and thinly veiled reference to Donald Duck's three nephews, Huey, Dewey, and Louie. Later in the series, Det. Gardino dies in a car bomb meant for Ray Vecchio. Gardino was replaced by a detective named Thomas E. Dewey (Tom Melissis).

Jack Huey

Louis Gardino

Det. Jack Huey Det. Louis Gardino
a.k.a. "The Duck Boys"

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