However, his claims to being a family man are doubted due to the absence of both the boys and Webby, who is unable to cope with being in Scrooge's ancestral home. I'm not one of those kids that enjoyed any of those shows you listed. Take Gravity Falls and Steven Universe, primary kid protagonists, and it works because the narrative allows the main characters to develop as well as the main supporting characters. Long may DuckTales play with its format. Scrooge is the heart of the show and should be involved in some capacity in each episode. He's also completely friendless, treating his own parents as servants, and his idea of befriending Louie is turning him into a slave.
Donald is still practically absent from the show despite initially being advertised as a main character as a major marketing ploy to gain more viewers , and Scrooge and even Beakley are nowhere to be seen. He's just pulling out a friendship bracelet, but Louie is understandably freaked out. You won't find many successful media from the eighties and early nineties that had kid protagonists. Unless it's an episode where Dewey is searching for his mother, Louie and Dewey's storylines and personalities mostly feel interchangeable to me. It may not always lead to perfect outings but this one was still really solid. Let the kids see themselves in these children characters as they grow and develop into slightly more mature people.
Huey and Louie are understandably upset by Dewey's revelation, as Dewey kept it for himself to feel special. When Doofus takes Louie to a treasure room, he carelessly begins breaking stuff and encourages Louie to do the same; however, Doofus suddenly becomes defensive towards a portrait of his late grandmother and throws a fit towards his servants, who turn out to be his parents. Drake just reacts to her husband in complete disgust. My favorite cartoon series as a child had adults in the main roles, Ghostbusters, He-Man, BraveStarr, Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors, Shagma, Ulysses 31. However, not all change is good. Astonished by Huey's respect towards them, Bouncer and Burger eventually tie up to to a tree when he threatens Huey; Huey climbs to rescue Big Time, but the other Beagles make the situation worse when they blindly follow Huey's orders, and the tree crashes. Huey was my favorate plot this episode.
Doofus' parents warn Louie to escape, but he is trapped by Doofus' magnetized bracelet. Honestly his plot was fun but not quite as engaging as the other two. A truly original story, perfect comedic timing, absurd situations without tramping on the existing lore and they made an annoying character both creepy and funny. As it turns out, he just wants to host a talk show pitch. There's more meat to it than that. There are always exceptions, but they are the exception, not the rule.
Could it have been done better? Because yeah Bouncer and Big Time are incompetent, to a ridiculous degree, but it shows that with proper instruction, they can get things done. Suddenly, the front door opens to reveal and , Scrooge's parents. It was refreshing to see those characters fleshed out a bit too. In the 80s, he and Big Time always evoked the spirit of Curly and Mo from The Three Stooges while Bouncer was just that… the proverbial muscle. Doofus proceeds to punish Louie until a tree crashes into the ceiling, dropping Huey and the Beagle Boys in. They may very well be more popular among adults than kids, unless kids today has changed completely. Here the three plots that make up the episode give each of them a chance to shine again with that fabulous animation.
But I think one of the show's primary goals is to make the kids the focal point because of the main mystery deals with uncovering their family history. Using the Sphere of Selene, views images of his mother in the past. I don't mind kid characters, as long as they are not the main protagonists, but they were always my least favorite in any media, and my impression was that other kids felt the same. They then resolve to keep looking for answers together, with Dewey further admitting that Webby has been in on the quest as well. Huey: gasps, then whispers to himself Possible death.
Phineas and Ferb,Dipper and Mabel,The PowerPuff Girls,Gumball Watterson. Fergus and Downy take the boys on a tour of the mansion, while Webby is overcome by the sheer amount of history in the place. The show has done this kind of thing effectively in the past, where one group in a different location entirely meets up with the other. The straight-forward nature of characters like Gyro Gearloose, Mrs. He's also really sweet to not want to be lonely; he loves being a triplet. To focus too much on the differentiated nephews.
They then join together to scare off the Demon Dog, unaware that they are joined in their efforts by several members of The boys then discover that the treasure Della's note hinted at was a hat she took from Donald, and that the note was planted as a prank on him. By the end of his segment, he immediately regrets it. With Doofus, it seemed to border on. This week we have a delightful focus on Huey, Dewey, and Louie that splits all them all up. It gives them someone to focus on and directly relate to, not just dealing with the fallout of Scrooge's past actions. He claims that it's so they won't get hurt, but ignores Webby's attempts to convince him that it makes more sense to tell them the truth. If any one should be feeling this is should be Huey, series wise that makes the most sense in my opinion, they give him zero respect and the show hardly gives him attention, makes no sense to me.
Just seeing this made the new Doofus all the more upsetting. To act out interviewing, Dewey uses toys as exaggerated stand-ins for his brothers; but the dialogue attracts the mansion's new security drone interpreting it is an intruder, so it begins attacking. Instead of individuals, they were a generic representation of youthful exuberance. I think this exchange pretty much sums it up. The boys continue to make their way through the catacombs, with Huey and Louie using their talents to advance the quest while ignoring Dewey's attempts to get them to turn back. Still, the Beagle Boys' shoddy trap construction encourages Huey to teach them how to make better ones. Dewey responds to the perceived teasing with this.
Also, his work ethic is pretty strong. After they decide to kidnap and almost kill Big Time, constantly bungling up Huey's orders along the way, Huey wishes they would stop being so blindly obedient. The trio end up in the catacombs beneath the castle, which are guarded by a monstrous. Synopsis drives , , through a mist-shrouded area of. I wonder how dark they're going to make Doofus' storyline. . Launchpad makes a brief appearance as the Junior Woodchuck scout master.