I mean, its available in SOME countries.
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I guarantee they’ve been looking for excuses from day one to get Tennant to read this line.
Soooooo, does this mean?Bonkers won't be showing up again in the series
I thought the villains would have stuck around.
Kind of weird that Darkwing was already relocated to St. Canard without any explanation.
I think the next time we see Bulba, he's going to look a bit different... and a lot more dangerous.
Why are their heads so round?
I'm still digesting the ep, all I know is I loved the taste and it's settling in very nicely, but one thing I've never understood from his introductory episode, and I'll never understand going forward, is why the weird cuffs on DW's new costume.
Yes I know they match the waist but they still look really weird they make the sleeves look like they're one or two sizes too small for him.
This was a meaty episode.
“I suppose you’d prefer an unmarked helicopter?”
Sprite pointed out to me way back around this time that the nephews are all flawed impressions of Scrooge: Huey is "smarter than the smarties" (he's knowledgeable and works hard but lacks Scrooge's adventurous spirit), Dewey is "tougher than the toughies" (he has Scrooge's daring and sense of adventure but an almost suicidal inability to work things through), and Louie's "sharper than the sharpies" (he has the greed and ambition that got Scrooge where he is today, but isn't willing to put in the hard work it took to get there).The three nephews being more distinct is still a nice change, and gives them all their own roles in the story, with Huey being the explorer, Dewey furthering his friendship with Webby, and Louie ducking out of the adventure entirely, which lets him come to Launchpad's rescue.
All three triplets being in the same place at the same time is an increasing rarity as the show goes on, they'll often be off doing their own thing or even just not appear at all in an episode. They never really feel like they're at odds with one another or anything, just like.. they're allowed to be individuals while the original triplets were more like those kids whose parents make them dress the same.