All information and materials on this website are provided for general information and entertainment purposes only. Here you can discuss all content related to Disney's Ducktales! They are really taking their time introducing all of the classic characters. As a result, she and the triplets get thrown off the bus at the shadiest part of Duckburg, catching the attention of the Beagle Boys. Big Time then threatens one of the triplets and would have hurt him if not for Webby. Desperately trying to overcompensate to disguise your insecurities? We now know more about everyone except Huey, I guess his spotlight is still to come and we've met the Beagle Boys, Gyro and Little Bulb , we've gotten the backstory of the Number One Dime, Gizmoduck teased, slightly more about Della and the Spear of Selene, hinted at a secret past to Beakley, and we understand better the structure of McDuck's business. Did it set up a future storyline, where Gyro messes up? That was not at all obvious, since when has Quackfaster been a raving lunatic? I don't necessarily mind huge changes to characters That'd be pretty hypocritical, seeing as I adore the new Webby , but Gyro's changes just felt pointless. The 1st episode didn't really feel special, it was akin to a 10-page comic story, mainly just there for the laughs, which I definitely feel has its place in a show like Ducktales, and I don't in any way intend to say it was bad.
Lid left off the peanut butter? At Funso's, Webby's behavior causes further trouble, endangering the other guests and getting herself and the triplets a lifetime ban. There are plenty of episodes in the original show and chapters in the comics that take place entirely in Duckberg. Shamus Kelley is like a hurricane here in Duckberg. We don't get much mail and get lonely sometimes! No one notices the massive difference in size and body shape between the two. All in all, even if the story wasn't all that, I loved the episode! So overall, I had a lot of fun.
If you have a question, a complaint or a suggestion feel free to message the moderators! Not much time left for the weekly schedule to start! This episode centres around Huey, Dewey, Louie and Webby all going to Funzo's Funzone for a nice day out. Or is it a bit of both — like Friends? Even then, the still had to deal with thugs and a giant robot. They reconcile at the end of the episode. Gyro , and the Beagles were just a riot. Interesting also that there are people who're more penny pincher than him. Behind the scenes Daytrip of Doom is the second episode of the series.
Aside from this the 2nd episode introduced a very very important character in Gyro Gearloose, and already in his first appearance he shows why he's important. The story itself wasn't anything too new, but it looks like the story wasn't really supposed to be a big aspect of the episode; it seems to have mainly been focused on exploring Webby's new personality, expanding a little on the triplets' new personalities and introducing the new Beagle Boys. I swear that there was a part where she disappears in smoke and makes books levitate. The introduction of the Beagle Boys contains just enough information without getting bogged down in exposition. It did accomplish two things though.
This show needs to have a good balance of down-to-earth episodes and insane adventure episodes in order to keep it from losing what made it so great in the first place and so far, it's managing to do that. Beakley retaliating, should they find out about the kidnapping. Setting the stage with low stakes stories that let you better get to know the characters and introduce new ones. By the end, Donald agrees to come to her for help, and she, in turn, treats him less patronizingly. I don't know, maybe the older voice just had more of a presence to me.
In all fairness, neither did Beakley. I don't necessarily mind huge changes to characters That'd be pretty hypocritical, seeing as I adore the new Webby , but Gyro's changes just felt pointless. She presumably meant a non-anthro dog, as there would be nothing exciting about a in a bowtie. Really, Webby in the reboot is just fantastic, and Kate Micucci is doing a fantastic job as her. The jokes around them all had me in stitches, though, so I look forward to seeing them in the future! However, Webby is a horrible liar and doesn't understand the trick. This episode introduces us to the Beagle Boys and Ma Beagle, who were some of the most noteworthy villains from the original series.
Don't yell at your target before you fire. One thing that is noticeable right off the bat from this episode is why four small children are allowed to go off on their own, catch a bus and go to Funzo's without anyone batting an eye. Life is still like a hurricane. The love of this show and characters are still shining through in this episode, and even more so in the next one. For a reboot, I assumed they might hire someone similar sounding but not quite. Third party images are used under the fair use doctrine. The ban is said to be lifted at the end of the episode so that Funso doesn't get a lawsuit for allowing a kidnapping to happen on the premises.
I would expect that we will be seeing her join some of the adventures later in the series which will be a lot of fun. Keep in mind that they are anthropomorphic dogs. It does so much without needing to say a word. That being said, I love Ma's design. I was hoping that I'd gotten the wrong impression or something from the clip, but. This is further shown by the ending where it's hinted at almost evil tendencies in him, which I'm completely clueless about the meaning of, was it just a weird sidegag? Beakley as he won't uphold her rules. As Donald and Beakley show up to rescue the children, they find that they have already rescued themselves.
They made Gyro out be an inventor in order to get rich, when he offers to help Louie, after Louie offers him money. Overall, even if I had my issues with the episode, it was still pretty solid and fun. Episodes involving the Beagle Boys don't normally leave Duckberg anyway, considering they're targeting the money bin. Compared to the trip to Atlantis in the last episode, this one was a lot more tame and that was probably for the better. This episode focuses on Webby and while it's not as good as the premiere episodes, it's still quite fun. DuckTales Episode 2 Webby is the greatest character to befall television in 2017. For those wondering why they never left Duckberg in these two episodes, that's fine.
As their conflict escalates, Donald receives the ransom note from the Beagle Boys, and, putting away their conflict, teams up with Beakley to rescue the children. It also doesn't seem as if there is long to wait for them to return as Episode 4 seems it will focus some more on The Beagle Boys. Halfway through the ensuing laughter, he stops and gets a look on his face that clearly says, 'wait, that actually sounds plausible'. Big Time Beagle in the 2017 series is a pathetic dreamer whose weakness is thinking big when the others follow orders. With lots of children running around, it is both a major tripping hazard and a risk of electric shocks. I loved the ending of Louie's story; having him valuing that dime was just gold.