The entire "Duck Dodgers" cartoon episode "In Space No One Can Hear You Rock/Ridealong Calamity", featuring a special guest appearance by MEGADETH, has been posted online at this location."In Space No One Can Hear You Rock/Ridealong Calamity" originally aired on November 5 on the Boomerang channel. The following synopsis of the show was posted on MEGADETH's official message board by a fan calling himself "Chicken Scratch": "The Martians are trying to enslave earth with easy listening music using a saxaphone shaped space station. Duck Dodgers get the idea to thaw out Dave Mustaine from cryogenic storage and could not wait for him to thaw out so he put him in the microwave erasing his memory! They try to teach him how to play, headbang and even show him old tapes of MEGADETH but he does not remember. Then they set up a stage out in space for 'MEGADUCK' to play (Dave, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Dr IQ High). They suck so the MEGADUCK logo explodes leaving the MEGADETH logo on the stage and the real MEGADETH is on stage and Dave remembers everything … Then they go into the song. "My favorite part of the episode was watching Duck Dodgers and Porky Pig sing along to MEGADETH! "Great episode and the metal really went with the space battle, the song itself fit into the story too considering it is 'Back in the Day' and Dave recovering his memories. May little kiddies have now been inititated into the MEGADETH family right there." (Thanks: Kizak)
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