The nephews and their new friend Webby seek the truth behind their uncles' strained relationship and the unexplained disappearance of Huey, Dewey, and Louie's mother and Donald's twin sister. Above, check out an exclusive sneak peek from the DuckTales Season 2 premiere, in which a game night is anything but relaxing as the family faces shrink rays, a barbaric civilization and an unhealthy level of competitiveness. That make your own pizza day sure hit the spot for him, but as everyone knows, pizza always wins. This makes him the odd one out, starting a theme for this episode. Dewey blames his teammate over it, continuing the Dewey and Webby plot.
But we definitely have some big stuff coming for him too. But, whoa, look at Dewey and Webby acting like a team to get past the aforementioned pit, harmonizing a song about how teamwork is the dreamwork. Both Webby and Beakley fearfully identify Magica as the source. Instead, Scrooge complements Louie on how sharp he was observing and calculating a well-constructed plan, much like his mother did in dangerous situations. Dewey, feeling ignored, sneaks into the pirate ship to get his alpaca wool hat back. 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. When Launchpad is accidentally shrunk, Mrs.
After numerous failed attempts to return home, Della joined a civilization of. Louie starts hanging out with Gladstone, resulting in Donald competing for his nephew's attention. That is, until they mention having a family game night, to which he ecstatically agrees. Dewey looks appropriately outraged by this. The next game is the Generic Block Pushing Game.
But a trillionaire is technically also a billionaire - one that owns more than a thousand billions. It happens to have a shrink ray function, too. This gives Louie an idea. Ducktales 0 was released on July 19, 2017, and 1 of the monthly series followed on September 27. Finding that the lamp is no longer at the mansion, Scrooge and Webby stall him with a phony quest at Ithaquack while the boys look for it. A game night is anything but relaxing as the family faces shrink rays, a barbaric civilization and an unhealthy level of competitiveness. In actuality though, Scrooge secretly goes back in time every Christmas to revisit his best parties with the Ghosts of Christmas Past , Present , and Future.
By the end of the episode, he accepts that he actually has his own speciality. They eventually succeed, but Glomgold intervenes, seemingly causing Goldie's death, and gaining access to the gold. It is, of course, a revamped version of the one seen in The Seven Cities of Cibola. When she finds it, she discovers that Dewey ate all the chocolate chip cookies, and left only one of oatmeal raisin flavor. 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. They then take Scrooge to meet him, but he decides to let him be, as he is happy.
However, Louie panics and uses the shrink-ray on Gyro to silence him. Gyro shows up, with a new invention: a megaphone that listens in on microscopic things. Scrooge points out that not many people know about that third one. With the Della issue at least explained and Magica gone, there may be a new story arc that gets introduced as well. But Donald once called him a Trillionaire in the pilot. So of course they would've had Webby the one acting and Dewey the one guessing.
Knowing Beakley could find out about their ulterior motive, she panics. In defense Gyro activates the micro-phone and ends up shrinking Launchpad, who had just entered the kitchen during the crossfire. However, Storkules secretly stores them on the houseboat, and they eventually break free and take off with Donald. Alive and powerful once more, Magica traps Scrooge and Lena. Of course, it would be to fish out the boat's pieces one by one from the sea between the two episodes. Scrooge, who arrives to take Dewey back, then makes up with Past and they all go back to the present to spend Christmas with the others. Beakley about how he regularly endangers the kids.
He suggests things like a Make Your Own Pizza Day, or a game night. In the end, Launchpad gets his job back and earns Scrooge's recognition and Gyro lets Fenton use his invention permanently, while Beaks plans to get Gizmoduck for his company. As the eclipse draws closer, Magica realizes Scrooge really has fallen into a depressive state so she talks him into returning to his original solo adventuring style. However, due to her living in the Manor for almost all her life, Webby struggles to have fun and leads the boys into trouble. The art style of the show is heavily influenced not just by ' original comics, but also some of Barks' paintings. Finally for the first time in the episode, we get to see these tiny creatures, because these naked eyes are on ducks only slightly smaller than them now.
It seems like as long as a cartoon is on, an episode involving a ray that makes things bigger or smaller becomes more likely to happen. They look like bears, possibly water bears. Meanwhile, Dewey and Webby face the McDuck Archives' dedicated keeper, , to gain information on Della and solve the mystery of her disappearance. Soon, a few ants show up, and Gyro the God-King tries his best to shrink them. Well, it is not this episode. Admittedly it's noted that they are very fast at getting out of danger. Neverrest; a task Scrooge failed at seventy-five years ago due to his treacherous guide, George Mallardy.
It does, however, feature the debut of a slightly altered title sequence which features and. Produced by , the series is a of the original 1987 series of. 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. Instead, Scrooge commends him on his ability to analyze and react to a situation, snapping him out of his adventure-related funk. Seeing that telling stories have value, Scrooge decides to have a museum exhibit dedicated to his adventures opened for everyone to see, including his family. Archived from on October 14, 2017.