History Fridge / DARKWINGDUCK

29th Apr '16 1:36:29 AM CaptainTedium
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* It is implied in one episode that Tank Muddlefoot cut off his grandfather's leg when he was an infant.

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* It is implied in one episode that Tank Muddlefoot cut off his grandfather's leg when he was an infant.
infant. Considering how often he picks on his brother Honker without being reprimanded by his parents, one must wonder what other despicable things Tank might have gotten away with.
29th Apr '16 1:33:48 AM CaptainTedium
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* It is implied in one episode that Tank Muddlefoot cut off his grandfather's leg when he was an infant.
31st Mar '16 10:40:28 PM HeroGal2347
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* One of the running themes of the show is that DarkIsNotEvil. Darkwing being the prime example, but Morgana is also a "night person". It never occurred to me how much they wanted to drive that theme home until I realized Megavolt is the other half of the analogy: one of the most dangerous criminals in St. Canard is [[LightIsNotGood constantly surrounded by light]].
** And Negaduck's costume is bright yellow and red. His cape is black, but it's lined with bright red.

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* One of the running themes of the show is that DarkIsNotEvil. Darkwing being the prime example, but Morgana is also a "night person". It never occurred might not occur to me the viewer how much they wanted to drive that theme home until I realized Megavolt is he/she realizes that some of the villains are the other half of the analogy: Megavolt, one of the most dangerous criminals in St. Canard Canard, is [[LightIsNotGood constantly surrounded by light]].
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light]] and Negaduck's costume is bright yellow and red. His cape is black, but it's lined with bright red.



* The Brainteasers love to eat metal or rather ''[[BodySnatcher force their hosts]] to eat metal''. All the metal in their bodies will poison and kill them.

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* The Brainteasers love to eat metal or rather ''[[BodySnatcher force their hosts]] to eat metal''. All the metal in their bodies will poison and kill them.
them, and that's assuming that the host didn't puncture his/her stomach by eating nails or something.
9th Mar '16 3:46:20 PM HeroGal2347
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* A seemingly minor plot point in "[[Recap/DarkwingDuckS1E9WaterWayToGo Water Way to Go]]" actually plays into the episode's {{Aesop}}. Launchpad shows the ability to ride a surfboard, something never seen before. However, watchers who came to ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' from ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' will remember Launchpad occasionally showing that ability there. It's not that [[SuddenlyAlwaysKnewThat Launchpad has spontaneously developed a new ability]]; it's that ''Darkwing'' has never thought that inventorying his abilities would be worthwhile. What was the episode's moral? That Darkwing needs to have faith in his sidekick and not disrespect him just because of his role.
7th Mar '16 10:48:28 AM HeroGal2347
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* Furthermore, the appearance of Darkwarrior in the comics proves that that world did not get fixed when Gosalyn got back to the present. What do you suppose happened when Darkwarrior woke up from being knocked out and discovered Gosalyn was gone again?
5th Mar '16 2:07:00 PM Nevermore2002
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* The Brainteasers love to eat metal or rather ''force their hosts to eat metal''. All the metal in their bodies will poison and kill them.

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* The Brainteasers love to eat metal or rather ''force ''[[BodySnatcher force their hosts hosts]] to eat metal''. All the metal in their bodies will poison and kill them.
5th Mar '16 1:28:49 PM Nevermore2002
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* The Brainteasers love to eat metal or rather ''force their hosts to eat metal''. All that metal in your body will poison and kill you.

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* The Brainteasers love to eat metal or rather ''force their hosts to eat metal''. All that the metal in your body their bodies will poison and kill you.
them.
5th Mar '16 1:23:39 PM Nevermore2002
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* The Brainteasers love to eat metal or rather ''force their hosts to eat metal''. Imagine all that metal in your body will poison and kill you.

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* The Brainteasers love to eat metal or rather ''force their hosts to eat metal''. Imagine all All that metal in your body will poison and kill you.
5th Mar '16 1:22:44 PM Nevermore2002
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* The Brainteasers love to eat metal or rather ''force their hosts to eat metal''. Imagine all that metal in your body will poison and kill you.
19th Aug '15 10:27:32 AM Julia1984
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* [[WholeEpisodeFlashback By narrating the plot of "Night of the Living Spud"]] to a group of Boy Scouts (or are they [[WesternAnimation/Junior Woodchucks]]?), Darkwing revealed his SecretIdentity as Drake Mallard, didn't he? Actually, no -- at no point in Darkwing's story do we see Drake Mallard changing into Darkwing Duck. In the story as told, Drake's merely the neighbor of the Muddlefoots, who sees them leave to go camping (establishing why they're there when the monster catches them), and then sees the strange news report that segues into Bushroot's latest crime spree and Darkwing Duck first getting involved. After that, he's never seen again, nor does Gosalyn ever address him as "Dad." In Darkwing's version, Drake is merely an innocent bystander used to provide exposition via what he observes, not an important character like Darkwing, and an in-universe listener who knew nothing about either of them would never make the connection.

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* [[WholeEpisodeFlashback By narrating the plot of "Night of the Living Spud"]] to a group of Boy Scouts (or are they [[WesternAnimation/Junior [[WesternAnimation/DuckTales Junior Woodchucks]]?), Darkwing revealed his SecretIdentity as Drake Mallard, didn't he? Actually, no -- at no point in Darkwing's story do we see Drake Mallard changing into Darkwing Duck. In the story as told, Drake's merely the neighbor of the Muddlefoots, who sees them leave to go camping (establishing why they're there when the monster catches them), and then sees the strange news report that segues into Bushroot's latest crime spree and Darkwing Duck first getting involved. After that, he's never seen again, nor does Gosalyn ever address him as "Dad." In Darkwing's version, Drake is merely an innocent bystander used to provide exposition via what he observes, not an important character like Darkwing, and an in-universe listener who knew nothing about either of them would never make the connection.
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