However, her skills end up coming handy when the children have a run-in with the. Outside, the Beagle Boys sneak into the Funzone dressed up as the company mascot, and try to capture the kids during an arcade game Webby is participating in. Scrooge doesn't mind their antics and even tells Dewey not to shout when he's aiming at something. If you have a question, a complaint or a suggestion feel free to message the moderators! The Great Dime Chase: I had my ups and downs with this episode, but it was still pretty solid. Or maybe just tie her up. We'll see how it plays out. And while it's endearing, it does show the obvious problems with her behavior.
Seeing Donald attempt to hook up all those generators on his boat is the kind of visual gag humor that all shows should aspire to. Even though her natural inclination is plan-before-action, Mrs. Gyro has a list consisting of Cogs, Armstrong, Time Tub, and Robotica. I'm pleased to have you here, as long as it in no way inconveniences me. Later Donald, and , leaps on the two Beagle Boys and beats the tar out of them. 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? Don't know, she seems way more normal than i could ever. Scrooge finds out just as he's prepared to take a bath, and is less than amused mostly because it's Scrooge's private bath.
As punishment, she locks up Bigtime Beagle with the children. 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. Original content should be tagged as such. Avoid placing spoilers in the title and mark your spoilers when necessary. The funniest bit was probably when they were afraid Mrs. Webby: It's part of my character's backstory; grizzled ex-special forces pulled out of retirement for revenge. And, of course, we're introduced to the Beagle Boys and Ma.
You just went to get your bag with your stuff in it. Did it set up a future storyline, where Gyro messes up? I won't give up on him yet Jim Rash does do a fantastic job portraying the character, and he has some pretty hilarious moments , but it's the first change so far that I haven't enjoyed. Of course she's gonna be a little off. But we can help her. Beakley continues the meeting after Scrooge leaves, and reveals her own complex set of rules for the ducks.
You come out of your shadow and Jump away right as she pulled the tripper. That was not at all obvious, since when has Quackfaster been a raving lunatic? Gyro is a perfect driver for high-concept, sci-fi adventures, just like Scrooge is an amazing catalysator for historic and myth based adventures. You live here, you answer to me. But you guys found dewey playing a video game. The subplot was nice too; Donald not taking kindly to Beakley's rule enforcement and purposefully finding loopholes in what she says to annoy her.
The order she values and keeps is under siege and there is no greater threat to structure of any sort than Donald Duck. We don't get much mail and get lonely sometimes! While Beakley tries to coordinate an attack strategy, Donald, completely furious that the Beagles have his nephews, gives in to his rage and pummels the Beagles. The mascot doesn't buy it, and ends up instead. From her perspective, she's not kin to Scrooge, and the Beagle Boys in her thinking might have found her to be the best candidate to eliminate, in an effort to convince Scrooge to pay up by showing that they but without earning his direct wrath by offing someone related to him by blood. In turn she stops smiling on realizing the danger of the situation. Even then, the still had to deal with thugs and a giant robot.
This episode introduces us to the Beagle Boys and Ma Beagle, who were some of the most noteworthy villains from the original series. If you wanna get by in this world, you gotta know the people who make it spin. Well, it looks like I'm going to be reviewing every episode of this show as it's awesome enough to do that! Back at Funso's, Ma Beagle shows up and scolds her children, telling them that Scrooge is too cheap to pay ransom for his great-nephews and Webby. Much to Donald's chagrin, one of them is that nobody is above her or Scrooge, not even Donald. For a reboot, I assumed they might hire someone similar sounding but not quite.
Is that the heat lamps or your natural glow? She roleplays a character with an intricate backstory and sets up traps for Huey, Dewey and Louie to fall into. . Webby was casually talking about the fact that she was a prime candidate for being murdered! Seems hard to believe that Scrooge would spend so much money on a velvet pillow, especially for a decoy. Don't you die on me! Webby: This is no foyer. A little sad Huey wasn't there in episode 3 but that was all that really upset me. 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.