Naturally, they start bickering during the game night to the point that during the climax they suggest Donald and Scrooge take the lead because the two older ducks are clearly more in sync than they are. With the Della issue at least explained and Magica gone, there may be a new story arc that gets introduced as well. This also allows new watchers to catch up with events without having the stakes be too high. When Louie tries to participate, he is interrupted by Gyro and the microscopic society carrying the micro-phone, forcing him and Huey to grab them and bring them to the kitchen. Newly encouraged, Dewey and Webby join the fight and the family manages to defeat the Gyropuddlians.
Retrieved on February 6, 2018. He also threatens to write Donald out of his will if they lose. Tony and Corey reprise their roles as Donald Duck and Ludwig Von Drake, while Jim and Russi provide new character voices as Darkwing Duck and a younger version of Donald Duck. Beakley takes advantage of her game partner disappearing and opts out too. Scrooge gives Louie the treasure to encourage him, saying with his sharp wit he could be a bigger billionaire than Scrooge. To get some rest, he convinces Scrooge to spend the following night playing games. The only difference being that the story's guessing game is 20Q, while in the episode it's charades.
Scrooge denies that the adventure is that predictable, only for all of these things to happen nevertheless, plus a giant boulder chasing them away. In defense Gyro activates the micro-phone and ends up shrinking Launchpad, who had just entered the kitchen during the crossfire. Louie insists that they leave them be and just continue game night, with Huey starting to doubt that Louie is doing all this just because he wants a break. Game night goes into full swing, starting with charades. Beakley who doesn't want to deal with Scrooge's competitive streak either hates him for this. Yet, in this episode, it is in one piece again in Scrooge's swimming pool.
Louie then asks Huey to be his partner, but Huey is still freaking out about his mistake. Meanwhile, the rest of the family cannot enjoy the game either due to Scrooge's unhealthy level of competitiveness. It also gets reconstructed when Scrooge points out that being clever isn't the same as being smart and that Louie can think on his feet and pick up on all the angles involved quickly. That is, until they mention having a family game night, to which he ecstatically agrees. They go to Scrooge to ask for a break, which he is reluctant to do. The presence of the newcomers rekindles Scrooge's spirit of adventure, leading the group to go on many new treasure-hunting expeditions, while the nephews and their new friend uncover the truth behind what caused their uncles to become estranged and retire from adventuring.
. However, the Disney executives forbade the team from using Mickey in the show; thus any ideas involving him were denied. To reduce the that come with this trope, the Gyropuddlians decidedly don't look like , and Gyro eventually loses his status. Donald and Scrooge, despite their obvious fighting, fair very well because of Scrooge's talent of non-verbal communication with Donald; Webby and Dewey expect to do better because of their friendship, but Dewey fails to make even one correct guess. Conversely, years of adventuring together has given Scrooge the ability to understand Donald even without words, despite their bickering.
When Launchpad is accidentally shrunk, Mrs. We understand this episode will be a Halloween special and air on October 27th. Everyone follows orders with the exception of Dewey and Webby, who doubt their partnership and friendship after their failure at game night. They return to the mansion, where Louie hopes for a break but the rest of the group show excitement for another adventure: Scrooge even finds a treasure map hidden in the first treasure, and proposes they head out once again. Beakley and Duckworth: Louie starts to get tired of adventuring because he feels he has no useful skills and is just that keeps getting into mortal peril.
He has discovered a microscopic civilization made up of people whom he has dubbed and proposes an adventure to find them. Louie and Huey find their now small family and attempt to use the micro-phone to unshrink them, which of course causes one of the Gyropuddlians to grow to a giant size and attack them. Reception On review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the show's first season received an approval rating of 100% based on 9 reviews. Caught under pressure, Louie quickly devises a plan to save everyone, ordering Huey to trap the Gyropuddlian with his Junior Woodchuck sewing skills and helping the rest of the family fight the Gyropuddlians. Outside of it, they don't have much in common.
Huey insists to Louie that he will get some rest eventually, but Louie manipulates him into also wanting a break from adventure by pointing out he made a sewing mistake in his Junior Woodchuck shirt. A game night is anything but relaxing as the family faces shrink rays, a barbaric civilization and an unhealthy level of competitiveness. Louie shares that everyone, besides him, has special talents and abilities to get through an adventure but his mother was an expert and still got hurt, so now he is afraid of getting hurt. We get to see how competitive the family is and we look forward to seeing what this barbaric civilization is about. Fandango Retrieved on February 23, 2018. He even guesses what will happen with Gyro when shrunk, with Huey noting that it apparently happened twice last month.
It also channels into his temporary disdain for adventuring. That it contains a functional is an afterthought. Synopsis and the kids go on another adventure for treasure in a forgotten palace, with everyone using their unique set of skills to get through the various traps, with the exception of Louie, who simply finds himself injured. They then discover that the small civilians have officially declared war on the family, with Louie breaking down due to stress, and Huey finally demanding to know why Louie is so insistant that they don't go on an adventures. The blue Sailor suit, along with the red bowtie, appear in the show's first episode before being destroyed, and appear briefly in photographs, before Donald receives his black sailor suit from Glomgold. The only difference is that in the DuckTales reboot, the triplets are voiced by male voice actors, and well-known television actors outside of voice acting. But the game night is anything but relaxing, as Gyro Gearloose shows up with his latest invention, a shrink ray, and encounters a barbaric civilization of miniature people living on the floor of McDuck Manor.
He notes that the others have useful skills on adventures while he can only try talking his way out of it and worries it won't be enough one day. Instead, Scrooge commends him on his ability to analyze and react to a situation, snapping him out of his adventure-related funk. While we love the overall story of DuckTales, these other episodes help to fill out the characters personalities and give us some more background to how things will play out. Huey tries to comfort Louie but they remember that their family is in danger. This will be a cool adventure episode as we get to see in the photo that Scrooge will be leading the kids somewhere.