|Season 1, Episode 11|
|Airdate|| March 29, 2014 (Teletoon)|
May 21, 2014 (Cartoon Network)
|Written by||Jim Praytor|
|Directed by||Darrell Van Citters|
One of a Kind
Little Quacker enlists Jerry’s help in getting his cracked favorite birdbath fixed, but they get distracted by the smell of Tom’s delicious Chinese takeout. After fighting over the food, Tom steals Little Quacker’s fortune cookie and gets the kind of fortune he deserves. Later, Little Quacker and Jerry are eaten by Tom and they both end up inside the cat's stomach.
On a hot sunny day, Quacker goes out for a swim in his birdbath until noticing that his birdbath is cracked, he sets off to find someone who can help him go swimming, and then turns to Jerry for help. Meanwhile, Tom orders Chinese take-out for lunch and food's scent causes them to get distracted. After having problems with some small chopsticks, Tom goes to grab a fork from the kitchen, which leads Jerry and Quacker to eat his food. Tom tries to stop them after noticing, but Jerry and Quacker finishes it all. Quacker apologizes, leading everyone to fight over a fortune cookie, Tom steals Quacker's fortune which reads, "It's Your Lucky Day!" but the fortune is not what he has in mind when he gets hit by a bus, falls down a sewer and gets beat up by Spike. Later on, Quacker and Jerry are eaten by Tom, and wind up inside his stomach.
Jerry uses a lantern in order to see inside the dark cavern of the cat's stomach, and when Tom gets a burning feeling inside, he rushes upstairs to the bathroom sink and chugs down a great deal of water. Jerry uses the noodle Tom has swallowed earlier as a rope and lassos it to the uvula, in hopes to escape to escape from the stomach, but Tom backfires his attempt by using a hair dryer, switching it on and forcing him straight back into his belly.
"What about that way?" Quacker suggests, pointing to the alternate route (which leads to the intestines), but Jerry shakes his head no in disgust, as he knows exactly where the alternate route will lead in the end.
After relentlessly thrashing inside of Tom's belly, Quacker and Jerry are finally spit out by Tom. Little Quacker is happy to finally go swimming.