History Fridge / DarkwingDuck

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.
19th Aug '15 10:27:10 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.
13th Aug '15 1:54:07 AM arcada188
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* Ordinary Guy's ''life''. Is it any wonder he [[spoiler: snapped and became villainous?]]
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* Ordinary Guy's ''life''. Is it any wonder he [[spoiler: snapped and became villainous?]] villainous?]] He is the only one without superpowers living on a planet where ''everyone'' has superpowers, and they constantly save him from ''everything'', not allowing him to do his life freely. [[spoiler: Now that Darkwing Duck taught them about villainy and that Ordinary Guy was defeated, there's a possibility he's going to become their [[ButtMonkey punching bag.]]]]
13th Aug '15 1:54:07 AM arcada188
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13th Aug '15 1:50:04 AM arcada188
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* Ordinary Guy's ''life''. Is it any wonder he [[spoiler: snapped and became villainous?]]
24th Jul '15 2:37:21 PM Mantyf
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* One of the greatest problem in superheroes stories is WhyDontYaJustShootHim, but the very first episode of the show justifies why: Darkwing is shot many times, while distracted, and once even point-blank for good measure, and he just easily dodges each of them. It showed that nothing that simple would actually work, and much over-the-top schemes would have been necessary to deal with him.
4th Jun '15 6:22:03 AM zerohelix
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* In the BadFuture of "Time and Punishment" (and the AlternateUniverse of the comics), where did [[ArchEnemy Negaduck]] go? Where did the other heroes of St. Canard, including [[LoveInterest Morgana]], go? Why did the democratic government allow one man to have totalitarian control of a city inside their borders, UsefulNotes/JosefStalin style, without trying to take him out?
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* In the BadFuture of "Time and Punishment" (and the AlternateUniverse of the comics), where did [[ArchEnemy Negaduck]] go? Where did the other heroes of St. Canard, including [[LoveInterest Morgana]], go? Why did the democratic government allow one man to have totalitarian control of a city inside their borders, UsefulNotes/JosefStalin style, without trying to take him out?out? Just how much power did he amass?

* In the second part of "Just Us Justice Ducks", Negaduck says that the Fearsome Four can run the city and in exchange he will keep the the stolen money. When they get mad and question him on why he gets to keep all of the money, he threatens them with an active chainsaw. The others being afraid make sense, but ''why'' was ''Liquidator'' scared of a ''chainsaw'' considering that his ''entire body is made of water''?
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* In the second part of "Just Us Justice Ducks", Negaduck says that the Fearsome Four can run the city and in exchange he will keep the the stolen money. When they get mad and question him on why he gets to keep all of the money, he threatens them with an active chainsaw. The others being afraid make sense, but ''why'' was ''Liquidator'' scared of a ''chainsaw'' considering that his ''entire body is made of water''?
28th May '15 4:38:56 PM MechWarrior
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* In the BadFuture of "Time and Punishment" (and the AlternateUniverse of the comics), where did [[ArchEnemy Negaduck]] go? Where did the other heroes of St. Canard, including [[LoveInterest Morgana]], go? Why did the democratic government allow one man to have totalitarian control of a city inside their borders, UsefulNotes/JosephStalin style, without trying to take him out?
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* In the BadFuture of "Time and Punishment" (and the AlternateUniverse of the comics), where did [[ArchEnemy Negaduck]] go? Where did the other heroes of St. Canard, including [[LoveInterest Morgana]], go? Why did the democratic government allow one man to have totalitarian control of a city inside their borders, UsefulNotes/JosephStalin UsefulNotes/JosefStalin style, without trying to take him out?
28th Apr '15 7:04:37 PM HeroGal2347
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* In the BadFuture of "Time and Punishment" (and the AlternateUniverse of the comics), where did [[ArchEnemy Negaduck]] go? Where did the other heroes of St. Canard, including [[LoveInterest Morgana]], go? Why did the democratic government allow one man to have totalitarian control of a city inside their borders, UsefulNotes/JosephStalin style, without trying to take him out?
28th Apr '15 7:00:16 PM HeroGal2347
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* The fact that Negaduck is the guardian of his universe's Gosalyn. In-universe as well, just ''considering'' that idea was more than enough to convince Darkwing to stay and free that world. It's honestly Fridge Horror imagining what Darkwing was thinking! * If Paddywhack did pull Gosalyn into his box and try and teach her to be a prankster like him, does anybody want to imagine what the MonsterClown would have done to her?
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