History WesternAnimation / QuackPack

9th Dec '17 2:39:40 AM Crossover-Enthusiast
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Seemed almost designed to inspire cries of TheyChangedItNowItSucks from Disney purists, fans of the earlier ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'', and fans of [[Creator/CarlBarks the classic comics]], the inhabitants of Duckburg are now (save Donald, Daisy and the nephews) largely human, the nephews speak with still duck-like voices, but far less "Donald Duck" speech (as opposed the the really "Donald Duck in a higher pitch" voices of ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales''), the costumes have been redesigned to be TotallyRadical ([[HalfDressedCartoonAnimal and to include pants]]), and Daisy and Donald now work as reporter and cameraman for a TV show entitled ''What in the World''. Save for the occasional visit by Ludwig Von Drake (and in one episode, [[ShoutOut a cameo by Pluto]]), no other character of the Duck Universe appears. Some fans argue that the producers intentionally filled the world with humans in order to separate the show's universe from that of ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' and ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'', which did not share ''Quack Pack''[='=]s over-the-top wacky tone.

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Seemed almost designed to inspire cries of TheyChangedItNowItSucks from Disney purists, fans of the earlier ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'', and fans of [[Creator/CarlBarks the classic comics]], the inhabitants of Duckburg are now (save Donald, Daisy and the nephews) largely human, the nephews speak with still duck-like voices, but far less "Donald Duck" speech (as opposed the to the really "Donald Duck in a higher pitch" voices of ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales''), the costumes have been redesigned to be TotallyRadical ([[HalfDressedCartoonAnimal and to include pants]]), and Daisy and Donald now work as a reporter and cameraman for a TV show entitled ''What in the World''. Save for the occasional visit by Ludwig Von Drake (and in one episode, [[ShoutOut a cameo by Pluto]]), no other character of the Duck Universe appears. Some fans argue that the producers intentionally filled the world with humans in order to separate the show's universe from that of ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' and ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'', which did not share ''Quack Pack''[='=]s over-the-top wacky tone.
13th Nov '17 5:28:30 PM smashkirby
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* {{Robosexual}}: Dewey is implied to be one in "Heavy Dental" when he refers to the robotic Agent X as a "fox".

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* {{Robosexual}}: Dewey Louie is implied to be one in "Heavy Dental" when he refers to the robotic Agent X as a "fox".
29th Oct '17 8:29:31 AM RedScharlach
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Short-Lived 1996 Disney Afternoon show featuring DonaldDuck, his now-grown nephews, Huey, Dewey, and Louie, and his girlfriend Daisy. The three nephews are now portrayed as teenagers, and much less interchangeable than in previous depictions: as might be expected by the rules of ChromaticArrangement, Huey is depicted as the leader, Dewey is depicted as the tech-whiz, and Louie is depicted as a bit of a nerd as well as the jock-type.

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Short-Lived Short-lived 1996 Disney Afternoon afternoon show featuring DonaldDuck, his now-grown nephews, Huey, Dewey, and Louie, and his girlfriend Daisy. The three nephews are now portrayed as teenagers, and much less interchangeable than in previous depictions: as might be expected by the rules of ChromaticArrangement, Huey is depicted as the leader, Dewey is depicted as the tech-whiz, and Louie is depicted as a bit of a nerd as well as the jock-type.



* {{Dogfaces}}: In "All Hands on Duck." Some of the soldiers are dogs. Anomorphic dogs.

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* {{Dogfaces}}: In "All Hands on Duck." Some Duck", some of the soldiers are dogs. Anomorphic Anthropomorphic dogs.



* FreudianExcuse: In "None Like It Hot", the villain Nestor Nocturno wants to use a rocket with a large lense to cause the sun to burn everyone on Earth because he was laughed at in a school play where he was forced to play the sun.

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* FreudianExcuse: In "None Like It Hot", the villain Nestor Nocturno wants to use a rocket with a large lense lens to cause the sun to burn everyone on Earth because he was laughed at in a school play where he was forced to play the sun.



* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: Part of his rehabilitation was mental conditioning that worked fine, except that if he sees gold, he will revert to his orginal vicious personality and only the sound of a bell can bring him back. Since this episode is set in a ''gold mine'', Claw undegoes this atleast a dozen times in 22 minutes.

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* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: Part of his rehabilitation was mental conditioning that worked fine, except that if he sees gold, he will revert to his orginal original vicious personality and only the sound of a bell can bring him back. Since this episode is set in a ''gold mine'', Claw undegoes undergoes this atleast at least a dozen times in 22 minutes.



* MedievalStasis: An isolated tiny European country that Donald was made king over after he accidently defeated a rampaging dragon without him even noticing is still stuck in the middle ages. Its aware of the outside world, it just doesnt seem to be interested in catching up.

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* MedievalStasis: An isolated tiny European country that Donald was made king over after he accidently accidentally defeated a rampaging dragon without him even noticing is still stuck in the middle ages. Its aware of the outside world, it just doesnt doesn't seem to be interested in catching up.



* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: The villain of "Nosy Neighbors" is essentially Elvis Presley with a moustache.

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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: The villain of "Nosy Neighbors" is essentially Elvis Presley with a moustache.mustache.



* SupremeChef: Gwumpki, despite running a greasy spoon, is an excellent chef of some renknown in his homeland.

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* SupremeChef: Gwumpki, despite running a greasy spoon, is an excellent chef of some renknown renown in his homeland.
29th Sep '17 8:51:39 PM NekoHybrid
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* SomethingWeForgot: Done ''intentionally'' in one episode. The duck cast managed to escape some hostile country, then one of the nephews asks if they had forgotten something. Realizing Kent Powers had accidentally been left behind, they all smirk and feign ignorance.

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* SomethingWeForgot: Done ''intentionally'' in one episode. The duck cast managed to escape some hostile country, then one of the nephews asks if they had forgotten something. Realizing [[{{Jerkass}} Kent Powers Powers]] had accidentally been left behind, they all smirk and feign ignorance.ignorance. Cut to Kent getting pounded into the ground by a knight with a mace.
7th Sep '17 11:51:28 AM CosmicFerret
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** FighterMageThief: When they turned into superheroes - Louie became a FlyingBrick, Dewey became a telekinetic with an enormous brain and Huey essentially became TheFlash.

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** FighterMageThief: When they turned into superheroes - Louie became a FlyingBrick, Dewey became a telekinetic with an enormous brain and Huey essentially became TheFlash.ComicBook/TheFlash.
27th Aug '17 12:00:17 PM NWolfman
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* TemporaryBulkChange: In "Tasty Paste," Daisy gains a large amount of weight after getting addicted to eating the eponymous product, although she loses it by the end of the episode.

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* TemporaryBulkChange: In "Tasty Paste," Daisy gains a large amount of weight after getting addicted to eating the eponymous product, although she loses it product. Because [[spoiler:it was AllJustADream]], she's back to normal by the end of the episode.end.
27th Jul '17 12:15:11 AM Dawalk86
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** In the same episode, a flashback involving Dr. Emile Crocker's past includes scenes in which some people in the street become horrified and faint at the sight of his face from a ray that distorted his normal face into one designed in an abstract art style. Then a young lady with long, brown hair, wearing a blue beret with matching knee-length dress who is passing by notices him. She jumps with a frightened look on her face, her beret flies up (suspended in mid-air for a few seconds), her hair stands up and her dress flips up, revealing white, frilly panties before the dress flips back down, and she too faints.

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** In the same episode, a flashback involving Dr. Emile Crocker's past includes scenes in which some people in the street become horrified and faint at the sight of his face from a ray that distorted his normal face into one designed in an abstract art style. Then a young lady teen girl scout with long, brown hair, wearing a blue beret with matching knee-length dress who is passing by notices him. She jumps with a frightened look on her face, her beret flies up (suspended in mid-air for a few seconds), her hair stands up and her dress flips up, revealing white, frilly panties before the dress flips back down, and she too faints.
21st May '17 2:58:16 PM nombretomado
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* AIIsACrapshoot: The video game Donald uploads into the navy supercomputer ends up going haywire and hijacks the ships jets, ala WarGames.

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* AIIsACrapshoot: The video game Donald uploads into the navy supercomputer ends up going haywire and hijacks the ships jets, ala WarGames.Film/WarGames.
30th Apr '17 2:39:37 PM nombretomado
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Lasted for a single season of 39 episodes, most of which weren't seen until the show was rebroadcast on ToonDisney. Apparently has fallen into CanonDiscontinuity, as depictions of Huey, Dewey and Louie have reverted to their classic form in future Disney productions (unlike the aging of [[WesternAnimation/GoofTroop Max Goof]]). However, the teen depictions of the trio from this series ''did'' make a cameo in the short comic story "Whatever Happened to Uncle Scrooge?", and their designs were used in the occasional episode of ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse''.

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Lasted for a single season of 39 episodes, most of which weren't seen until the show was rebroadcast on ToonDisney.Creator/ToonDisney. Apparently has fallen into CanonDiscontinuity, as depictions of Huey, Dewey and Louie have reverted to their classic form in future Disney productions (unlike the aging of [[WesternAnimation/GoofTroop Max Goof]]). However, the teen depictions of the trio from this series ''did'' make a cameo in the short comic story "Whatever Happened to Uncle Scrooge?", and their designs were used in the occasional episode of ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse''.
6th Apr '17 9:46:10 PM nombretomado
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* CrossoverPunchline: In the episode "The Real Mighty Ducks". "Quick! To [[PlutoThePup Pluto!]]"

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* CrossoverPunchline: In the episode "The Real Mighty Ducks". "Quick! To [[PlutoThePup [[WesternAnimation/PlutoThePup Pluto!]]"



* PlutoIsExpendable: One episode actually had Donald becoming planet-sized and smashing Pluto to pieces because that's where his nephews (all pretending to be superheroes) are hiding. The episode also had a brief cameo of the "[[PlutoThePup other" Pluto]].

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* PlutoIsExpendable: One episode actually had Donald becoming planet-sized and smashing Pluto to pieces because that's where his nephews (all pretending to be superheroes) are hiding. The episode also had a brief cameo of the "[[PlutoThePup "[[WesternAnimation/PlutoThePup other" Pluto]].
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