"My Mother the Psychic" is the eightieth episode of DuckTales.
The episode begins with Fenton's mother watching a TV show, when her son arrives and asks for a picnic, but his request is denied, because her mother's watching her TV show, much to his chargin. But then Scrooge arrives and asks Fenton to do his accountancy, but then TV broke, M'Ma tries to fix the cables, but suddenly, the burst wave shock strikes an old lady. However, due to it's shock, she becomes physic and starts knowing the future. Impressed by her physic abilities, Scrooge decides to take her to work, this upsets Fenton.
However, M'Ma spends a lot time doing her job being a physician and being a TV, but she always have a distant talk with Fenton, much to the latter's chargin. Finally fed up with his mother spending a lot of time doing her job and a TV rather than being spend time with him, Fenton confronts her and tries to convince her to come back home because things change now since she was working, but M'Ma refuses and angrily saying that her son may be predictable. Infuriated and insulted with these words, Fenton leaves in rage.
Meanwhile, Flintheart Glomgold and Beagle Boys found out about Scrooge's success due to Fenton's mother being a physician. In order to raise his wealth, Flintheart has the Beagle Boys to kidnap Fenton's mother.
With this, Fenton's mother realizes the future that she won't be able to see her son again, much to her despair as she starts to cry, with Scrooge comforting her. She then gets right into a trap by Beagle Boys and is captured, leaving Scrooge and Fenton infuriated.
Fenton transforms into a Gizmoduck and saves her mother, reconciling with her and defeats Beagle Boys and Flintheart.
- Susan Blu as Erica
- Hamilton Camp as Fenton Crackshell/Gizmoduck
- Kathleen Freeman as Mrs. Crackshell
- Chuck McCann as Duckworth, Burger Beagle
- Alan Oppenheimer as TV Announcer, TV Doctor
- Hal Smith as Flintheart Glomgold, Police Chief
- Frank Welker as Bigtime Beagle, Baggy Beagle
- Alan Young as Scrooge McDuck
- The title of the episode is a reference to the 1966 sitcom My Mother the Car, starring Jerry Van Dyke.