Welcome to the Ducktales subreddit! If you have a question, a complaint or a suggestion feel free to message the moderators! One was McMystery at McDuck McManor which I will cover when it aires next week. In Life and Times, it was established that Scrooge is terrible at golf, something that was part of the reason he didn't remain in Scotland after getting rich. I kind of regret watching this episode back in March because I I wished I would have gotten a healthy growth between the friendship growth between Dewey and Webby. During the game, the group stumbles upon an ancient druid stone circle, which transports them to a created by the ancient druids to play golf after banned it. While Huey is off earning his Jr. His temper while playing golf resulted in outlawing the sport.
And this really is a My Little Pony Crossover because not only are the ponies bright colored though their also voiced by two people who are actually on that show. Sometimes you need an episode where everyone shares the spotlight and you get to see them bounce off each other. Overall these Ponies were enjoyable to watch and their many failed attempts to murder one of the main characters. After Glomgold fires Tiger Woods from helping him competing in the golf tournament, he asks the green duckling to help him out. Original content should be tagged as such. Where Huey is straight-laced and happy-go-lucky and Louie is an aloof weirdo, Dewey is the moody center and emotional heartbeat of the trio. We don't get much mail and get lonely sometimes! Scrooge just making those frustrated noises as he tried to hit the ball.
Anyway hats it for today. He agrees, though only if he gets payed for it. Trust me, some of the shots he makes in this episode are only prone to cartoon logic. Just by the numbers, Dewey is the only character to appear in every episode while also acting as the unquestioned lead or co-lead nephew in six of the first twelve. Yeah, that makes good sense.
Though besides that the plot for this episode is well done. I saw so much potential for so many great courses, alas none of them were fulfilled. The answer: one heck of a game! The voice actors for the two Kelpie Ponies are Tara Strong Twilight Sparkle and Andrea Libyan Fluttershy. It's funny to see Twilight and Fluttershy's voices allude to that. Use this thread to discuss it! Did you like this episode? Well think about it this way.
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We're Briar and Bramble, the keepers of this realm. Though I still think they could of done better with the creativity of the coarse. And then there were the devil ponies. Have you ever wondered what would happen if the two greediest ducks in the show came together? There has been an ongoing theme in the series with Scrooge that he has so much pride in himself he forgets that there are others around him. Though Webby argues with him and she pushes Dewey so they could hold hands only to push Scrooge up. » Here we have Scrooge competing in a game of golf with Flintheart Glomgold. I refuse to golf without that song blaring at every single hole.
Overall, it was a really disappointing episode. From the pictures we can see that Dewey has sort of natural golf ability that has Scrooge a bit flustered. It's just seems like there's always something going on. There, they must complete the course, or be trapped there forever, and risk being killed by the which live in the realm. I'm old enough that should have occurred to me. He looked like Tony the Tiger! Other authors have showed Scrooge being bad at golf too, so this felt like yet another thing they decided to remove from the character.
It reminds me a lot of the early days watching FiM, before the fandom got super weird. They get trapped in the magical golf course with a twist and the only way out is if they complete the corse. And in order to get out, hinges on them winning a Golf Game with its own specific set of rules in this otherworldly place. The episode should have taken place at Castle McDuck, there's so many comics to base the storyline on. .
I feel like it's gutsy on Disney's part. When Dewey first exhibits his natural talent for golf, Scrooge is not only impressed, but thrilled to share his passion with his nephew. Because personally I am pretty disappointed by your disinterest in this show, it needs more attention. The episode then takes a sudden turn when Scrooge accidentally hits the golf ball into an magical coarse run by two devilish ponies. Although Huey and Launchpad did deliver some good one-liners, when it comes to comedic moments in this episode, Louie and Glomgold steal the show! Of course, up around the 7-minute mark is where things get more interesting all of them get zapped into a Bermuda Triangle-like Druid dimension that has trapped Golfers in Scottland for thousands of years. Please give this episode a watch! Meanwhile, you could go in some truly offbeat or subversive directions with Louie. Special shout out for this episode really needs to go to the person doing the music for DuckTales, Dominic Lewis.