History WesternAnimation / QuackPack

22nd Dec '16 12:48:00 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.
5th Nov '16 10:09:09 AM 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 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. 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 HouseOfMouse.
''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse''.
14th Sep '16 4:11:41 PM MarkLungo
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* BarefootCartoonAnimals: The nephews. And of course, Donald. Daisy is barefoot in one scene where she first wakes up in the morning.

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* BarefootCartoonAnimals: BarefootCartoonAnimal: The nephews. And of course, Donald. Daisy is barefoot in one scene where she first wakes up in the morning.nephews.
23rd Jul '16 4:36:43 PM nombretomado
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Seemed almost designed to inspire cries of TheyChangedItNowItSucks from Disney purists, fans of the earlier ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'', and fans of [[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.

As the show focuses on Donald and Co., rather than Scrooge, the tone is a bit more slapstick in nature, though the stories presented are generally of the CarlBarks and Creator/DonRosa type adventures the characters are known for (and, of course, a good dash of NightmareFuel/{{Disney}} NightmareFuel).

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Seemed almost designed to inspire cries of TheyChangedItNowItSucks from Disney purists, fans of the earlier ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'', and fans of [[CarlBarks [[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.

As the show focuses on Donald and Co., rather than Scrooge, the tone is a bit more slapstick in nature, though the stories presented are generally of the CarlBarks Creator/CarlBarks and Creator/DonRosa type adventures the characters are known for (and, of course, a good dash of NightmareFuel/{{Disney}} NightmareFuel).
27th May '16 8:15:42 AM CaptainTedium
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** In "Cat and Louse", the villain flirts with Daisy by telling her that he has better ''animal magnetism'' than Donald. Animal magnetism is an informal term for sexual attractiveness.

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** In "Cat and Louse", the villain Andre Demouche flirts with Daisy by telling and tells her that Donald's failure to train her pet iguana Knuckles could be because he has better doesn't have the right ''animal magnetism'' than Donald.magnetism''. Animal magnetism is an informal term for sexual attractiveness.



* GoryDiscretionShot: Used in "Cat and Louse" when Huey shuts the door on the abusive trainer when his lions and tigers attack him. Huey even hangs a lampshade on the trope by telling the audience that they don't really need to see what is happening to the villain.

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* GoryDiscretionShot: Used in "Cat and Louse" when Huey shuts the door on the abusive trainer Andre Demouche when his lions and tigers attack him. Huey even hangs a lampshade on the trope by telling the audience that they don't really need to see what is happening to the villain.


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* KarmicDeath: Andre Demouche, the villain of the episode "Cat and Louse", abuses the lions and tigers he trains and ends up mauled to death by them offscreen.
13th Jan '16 5:26:35 AM CaptainTedium
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* MonsterOfTheWeek: Nearly every episode has a one-shot antagonist. The only villain to appear more than once was Moltoch.

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* MonsterOfTheWeek: Nearly every episode has a one-shot antagonist. The only villain villains to appear more than once was were the Claw and Moltoch.
13th Jan '16 5:22:40 AM CaptainTedium
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* ActuallyPrettyFunny: Daisy has this reaction in "Shrunken Heroes" to Donald's prank of filling Kent Powers' bug sprayer with syrup so that he attracts bugs instead of making them go away.

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* ActuallyPrettyFunny: Daisy has this reaction in "Shrunken Heroes" to Donald's prank of filling Kent Powers' bug sprayer with syrup so that he attracts bugs instead of making them go away. She first says "You didn't" in a somewhat disapproving tone, but very quickly starts laughing hysterically at Donald's prank.



** The villain of "Island of the Not-so-Nice" and Nestor Nocturno from "None Like It Hot".
** Moltoch is revealed to be one in his second appearance "Hit the Road, Backwater Jack" when he removes his hat.

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** The villain of "Island of the Not-so-Nice" and Nestor Nocturno from "None Like It Hot".
Hot" are both bald.
** Moltoch is revealed to be one in his second appearance "Hit the Road, Backwater Jack" when he removes his hat.hat to show that he is balding.



* ChromaticArrangement

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* ChromaticArrangementChromaticArrangement: As always, Huey, Dewey, and Louie wear clothes that are red, blue, and green respectively.
5th Dec '15 12:34:23 PM morenohijazo
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* MidairCollision: Happens near the end of the episode where DonaldDuck is forced to go back into the navy and accidentally tampers with the computer controlling the airplanes on the aircraft carrier.
13th Nov '15 2:59:32 PM DaibhidC
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* SuperheroEpisode: "The Really Mighty Ducks" and "Return of the T-Squad".
18th Sep '15 7:50:21 AM Bluecatcinema
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* EyePop: Huey invokes this in "Heavy Dental," when he sees Agent X in her human disguise.


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* InterspeciesRomance: The boys are often shown being attracted to human girls. And of course, there's the Antoinette/Donald incident mentioned above...


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* LustfulMelt: Following the aforementioned EyePop, Huey melts into a puddle of steaming water after getting a good look at Agent X.
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