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This article is about the Strong Bad Email. For the game, see Duck Pond.
Feedin' them ducks

Strong Bad Email #14

Ron Kiwi asks Strong Bad what his thoughts are on feeding the ducks.

Cast (in order of appearance): Strong Bad

Places: Computer Room

Computer: Tandy 400

Date: February 17, 2002

Running Time: 0:40



STRONG BAD: Must...check...emails...

STRONG BAD: {typing} Unfortunatley, Mr. Kiwi, there are no ducks by my house. But I do have a pretty sweet duck pond simulator for my computer. Check it out, man.

{Strong Bad types run "duckpond", which loads up a game of Duck Pond, and starts playing it}

STRONG BAD: Wow, you're right Ron. This is the greatest thing in the world. I mean it's like I'm right there at the pond. Come here, ducky!

{The Paper comes down, featuring another link reading Click here to play "Duck Pond".}

Fun Facts


  • This email is missing the glare in the upper-left corner of the computer screen that is present in other emails.
  • Strong Bad spelled "Unfortunately" as "Unfortunatley" in his reply to the email.


  • Feeding the ducks is a... *ahem* British slang term. The "Emailee" could be associated with British slang, or could just enjoy going by the pond.
  • When you finish the "state of the art version," it takes you right back to the begining of the email.
  • You used to be able to play the "state of the art version" just like the Tandy version. However, you can't do this anymore.

DVD Version

  • The game Duck Pond is not playable in the DVD version for obvious reasons.
  • As well, if you click on the hidden Strong Bad head near the bottom of the Tandy's screen, it takes you straight to a short demo of the Atari 2600 version of Duck Pond.

Easter Egg Transcript

{The splash screen for the Atari 2600 version of "DUCK POND".}

STRONG BAD: Whoa, man, these graphics are

{Duck1 eats. Duck2 eats.}

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