"You are not calling a duck!"
- — George Feeny
At first the call simply consists of yelling "Feeny!" repeatedly, but in Friendly Persuasion Eric turns it into a sort of song and dance. This version consists of him making claw-like motions through the air while saying: "Feeny? Fa-fa-fa-fa-feeny! Feenay! Fee-hee-heenay! Yow! Hey, hey, what? Whatcha-what-what-what! Hey-ey! Yow! Hey-ey-wow-yay! Yow!" Further variations include him repeatedly yelling "Feenay!", possibly tossing in "Fee-hee-heenay!" for good measure.
- In Singled Out asking for the name of the school Feeny went to
- In An Affair to Forget, Eric uses the call to tell Mr. Feeny about his one-man show.
- In Security Guy, Eric uses it to get advice from Mr. Feeny regarding a college search.
- In It's Not You... It's Me, Eric uses it to get advice about writing his first college paper.
- In I Love You, Donna Karan, Eric uses it to try and get Mr. Feeny to help him study.
- In Things Change, Eric uses a "beach bum" version of it to tell Mr. Feeny he wants to come with him to Jackson Hole, which he thinks is in Hawaii.
- In Friendly Persuasion, Eric uses it to inform him of the chemistry he sees between Feeny and Dean Bolander.
- As Plays With Squirrels, Eric finds he can no longer use the Feeny Call in Seven the Hard Way.
- In Brave New World, Eric gives Mr. Feeny an Eric Doll that makes the Feeny call, to remind him of Eric after he's gone.