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* ExpendableAlternateUniverse: Zigzagged. At first, Darkwing was uninterested in helping the Negaverse, focusing more on returning to his own universe. However, after learning the Negaduck is Gosalyn's guardian, he changes his mind and resolves to help for her sake.


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* TheReveal: This episode reveals where Negaduck came from, being a MirrorUniverse counterpart of Darkwing.


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* TookALevelInBadass: In the final portion of the episode, the Friendly Four finally becomes effective, first by restoring Nega St. Canard, then by defeating Negaduck's entourage.


'''Drake:''' ''(glares at Gosalyn and grabs the megaphone, then yells through it)'' '''I'm not going!''' ''(Gosalyn's hair is blown back and she nearly falls off the back of the sofa)'' '''I ''hate'' the Muddlefoots, and I hate their ''parties!''' (Gosalyn's hair is blown back again; she grimaces and puts her hands over her ears)''

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'''Drake:''' ''(glares at Gosalyn and grabs the megaphone, then yells through it)'' '''I'm not going!''' ''(Gosalyn's hair is blown back and she nearly falls off the back of the sofa)'' '''I ''hate'' the Muddlefoots, and I hate their ''parties!''' (Gosalyn's ''parties!''''' ''(Gosalyn's hair is blown back again; she grimaces and puts her hands over her ears)''

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* DoppelgangerGetsSameSentiment: Darkwing finds himself in an alternate universe. He immediately becomes as fiercely protective of Nega-Gosalyn as he is of his own.


* PopCulturePunEpisodeTitle: The episode's title is a nod to ''Literature/LifeTheUniverseAndEverything'', the third book in the ''[[Literature/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy]]'' series by Creator/DouglasAdams.



** The episode's title is a nod to ''Literature/LifeTheUniverseAndEverything'', the third book in the ''[[Literature/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy]]'' series by Creator/DouglasAdams.


** The episode's title is a nod to the book ''Literature/LifeTheUniverseAndEverything'', the third book in the ''[[Literature/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy]]'' series by Creator/DouglasAdams.

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** The episode's title is a nod to the book ''Literature/LifeTheUniverseAndEverything'', the third book in the ''[[Literature/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy]]'' series by Creator/DouglasAdams.

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** The episode's title is a nod to the book ''Literature/LifeTheUniverseAndEverything'', the third book in the ''[[Literature/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy]]'' series by Creator/DouglasAdams.


Darkwing emerges in a decaying, abandoned bakery to find St. Canard's streets deserted and the air thick with pollution. Unaware he is in an AlternateUniverse, he heads back to his house moments before Negaduck arrives behind him. He is annoyed to find the house filthy and the electricity knocked out, but is confused when a dress-clad Gosalyn appears, acting far more feminine than usual, and even more confused when a leather-clad Launchpad arrives with a sack of confiscated toys and an uprooted rose bush. Before Darkwing can process his housemates' sudden personality changes, Negaduck appears on television to order the citizens of St. Canard to look out for Darkwing and shoot, skin, and burn him on sight. Launchpad draws a rocket launcher on a startled Darkwing, who grabs a delighted Gosalyn and flees to the dilapidated house next door, in which he finds an unusually well-dressed and polite Tank Muddlefoot. Tank explains to a now thoroughly baffled Darkwing that he is now in the Negaverse, where [[MirrorUniverse everything is the opposite to how things are in his universe]], and where Negaduck reigns supreme. Darkwing dismisses the idea, but has no time to argue before a black leather-clad Herb and Binkie arrive. As Tank sends Gosalyn to get help, his parents initially mistake Darkwing for Negaduck and bring him in front of a very bloodthirsty Honker, who identifies him as Darkwing. As the Muddlefoots lower him onto a giant barbeque, Darkwing mutters that he prefers the usual, tacky Muddlefoots, but he is knocked out by a familiar-looking bolt of electricity.

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Darkwing emerges in a decaying, abandoned bakery to find St. Canard's streets deserted and the air thick with pollution. Unaware he is in an AlternateUniverse, he heads back to his house moments before Negaduck arrives behind him. He is annoyed to find the house filthy and the electricity knocked out, but is confused when a dress-clad Gosalyn appears, acting far more feminine than usual, and even more confused when a leather-clad denim-clad Launchpad arrives with a sack of confiscated toys and an uprooted rose bush. Before Darkwing can process his housemates' sudden personality changes, Negaduck appears on television to order the citizens of St. Canard to look out for Darkwing and shoot, skin, and burn him on sight. Launchpad draws a rocket launcher on a startled Darkwing, who grabs a delighted Gosalyn and flees to the dilapidated house next door, in which he finds an unusually well-dressed and polite Tank Muddlefoot. Tank explains to a now thoroughly baffled Darkwing that he is now in the Negaverse, where [[MirrorUniverse everything is the opposite to how things are in his universe]], and where Negaduck reigns supreme. Darkwing dismisses the idea, but has no time to argue before a black leather-clad Herb and Binkie arrive. As Tank sends Gosalyn to get help, his parents initially mistake Darkwing for Negaduck and bring him in front of a very bloodthirsty Honker, who identifies him as Darkwing. As the Muddlefoots lower him onto a giant barbeque, Darkwing mutters that he prefers the usual, tacky Muddlefoots, but he is knocked out by a familiar-looking bolt of electricity.


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* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: After he arrives in the Negaverse, Darkwing is unaware that it is an AlternateUniverse, and he simply thinks St. Canard went downhill fast while he was unconscious. But when he gets back to his house, Gosalyn skips up to him, with a dress and hairstyle reminiscent of a young Creator/ShirleyTemple and declaring she dirtied the kitchen "like [he] wanted". His first assumption is that she's up to something, but then Launchpad arrives dressed like a biker gang member with a bag of confiscated toys and a rose bush, the latter of which he chops into mulch with an axe, confusing Darkwing further (Gosalyn and Launchpad, for their part, are puzzled by the change in Darkwing's behaviour, as they initially assume he is Negaduck). The last straw comes when Launchpad draws a rocket launcher on Darkwing, and the hero flees with Gosalyn to the Muddlefoots' house, where he finds Tank, dressed smartly and sporting combed hair and glasses and asking "May I be of assistance?"
-->'''Darkwing:''' Okay. Gosalyn's sweet, Launchpad's insane, and Tank's polite!? ''What's going on around here?!''


''(Darkwing proceeds to bash his head against a giant steel panel, causing it to crack and causing the Friendly Four to look utterly confused)''\\

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''(Darkwing proceeds to bash bashes his head repeatedly against a giant steel panel, causing it to crack and causing the Friendly Four to look utterly confused)''\\


* AlternateUniverse: The Negaverse is a MirrorUniverse in which everyone's personality is reversed. Gosalyn is sweet and obedient instead of a rebellious tomboy, Launchpad is efficient and violent instead of clumsy but harmless, the Muddlefoots are black leather-wearing psychopaths instead of amiable nerds - except for Tank, who is polite and helpful rather than a selfish bully[[note]] As part of their reversed personalities, in the Negaverse, Tank wears glasses and Honker doesn't.[[/note]] - and the Fearsome Four are the Friendly Four, eager but ineffective superheroes who oppose Negaduck rather than eager but ineffective supervillains who support Negaduck.

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* AlternateUniverse: The Negaverse is a MirrorUniverse in which everyone's personality is reversed. Gosalyn is sweet and obedient instead of a rebellious tomboy, Launchpad is efficient and violent instead of clumsy but harmless, the Muddlefoots are black leather-wearing psychopaths instead of amiable nerds - except for Tank, who is polite and helpful rather than a selfish bully[[note]] As part of their reversed personalities, in the Negaverse, Tank wears glasses and Honker doesn't. The timbres of their voices are also reversed, with Honker now loud and aggressive while Tank is quiet and reserved.[[/note]] - and the Fearsome Four are the Friendly Four, eager but ineffective superheroes who oppose Negaduck rather than eager but ineffective supervillains who support Negaduck.

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* XRaySparks: When Nega-Honker swings a chain at Nega-Megavolt and Nega-Bushroot, Megavolt grabs the chain and sticks it into the outlet on his chest, electrocuting Honker and intermittently rendering his skeleton visible.


* EurekaMoment: As the Friendly Four are feeling sorry for themselves while Darkwing is strapped to Negaduck's DeathTrap, Quackerjack notes that at least he still has his clown doll. Darkwing realises that the clown doll's axe-wielding appendages might be able to free them, and tells Quackerjack to activate the doll, which smashes the glass imprisoning the Friendly Four, Gosalyn, and Tank. Though Darkwing has a moment of doubt when the doll uses its axes to climb onto the table like a spider, it cuts the ropes rather than cutting Darkwing himself.



-->'''Darkwing:''' Okay. Now I get it. Heh. This is all just a... a bad dream, brought on by too many of Herb's coconut burgers. ''(chuckles)'' All I have to do is wake myself up and I'll be home sweet home! ''(chuckles again)''\\

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-->'''Darkwing:''' Okay. Now I get it. Heh. This is all just a... a bad dream, [[AcidRefluxNightmare brought on by too many of Herb's coconut burgers.burgers]]. ''(chuckles)'' All I have to do is wake myself up and I'll be home sweet home! ''(chuckles again)''\\


Darkwing emerges in a decaying, abandoned bakery to find St. Canard's streets deserted and the air thick with pollution. Unaware he is in an AlternateUniverse, he heads back to his house moments before Negaduck arrives behind him. He is annoyed to find the house filthy and the electricity knocked out, but is confused when a dress-clad Gosalyn appears, acting far more feminine than usual, and even more confused when a leather-clad Launchpad arrives with a sack of confiscated toys and an uprooted rose bush. Before Darkwing can process his housemates' sudden personality changes, Negaduck appears on television to order the citizens of St. Canard to look out for Darkwing and shoot, skin, and burn him on sight. Launchpad draws a rocket launcher on a startled Darkwing, who grabs a delighted Gosalyn and flees to the dilapidated house next door, in which he finds an unusually well-dressed and polite Tank Muddlefoot. Tank explains to a now thoroughly baffled Darkwing that he is now in the Negaverse, where everything is the opposite to how things are in his universe, and where Negaduck reigns supreme. Darkwing dismisses the idea, but has no time to argue before a black leather-clad Herb and Binkie arrive. As Tank sends Gosalyn to get help, his parents initially mistake Darkwing for Negaduck and bring him in front of a very bloodthirsty Honker, who identifies him as Darkwing. As the Muddlefoots lower him onto a giant barbeque, Darkwing mutters that he prefers the usual, tacky Muddlefoots, but he is knocked out by a familiar-looking bolt of electricity.

When he comes to, Darkwing is stunned to find himself facing Megavolt, Bushroot, Quackerjack, and the Liquidator, but they tell him that they are opponents of Negaduck, not his lackeys, and that they rescued him from the Muddlefoots in their capacity as the Friendly Four. After unsuccessfully trying to wake himself from his "dream", Darkwing decides to simply leave the Negaverse and go back home, despite the pleas of the Friendly Four for help in their fight against Negaduck... until he sees Gosalyn again, and Bushroot tells him that her guardian is Negaduck. Distraught at the idea that the Negaverse's St. Canard has never had a protector and Gosalyn has never had a father, he decides to stay. Cue a TrainingMontage during which Quackerjack develops a clown doll that hides axe-wielding arms; however, Negaduck arrives at their hideout with Launchpad, Herb, Binkie, and Honker before they can move against him, and he has the Friendly Four, Tank, and Gosalyn imprisoned in a glass cylinder while Darkwing is tied to a table with a huge hammer poised to squash him flat.

Fortunately, Quackerjack's clown doll is able to free the heroes, and Megavolt, the Liquidator, and Bushroot proceed to restore St. Canard's electricity supply, water supply, and plant life. Incensed that "his" St. Canard has been ruined by Darkwing, Negaduck decides to head through the portal to wreak havoc in Darkwing's universe, but when he arrives at the bakery, he finds the Friendly Four waiting for him, now calling themselves "Darkwing's Ducks" and wearing matching masks, hats, and capes. As Negaduck and Darkwing fight each other, the Liquidator and Quackerjack quickly dispatch Launchpad, Herb, and Binkie, while Megavolt and Bushroot defeat Honker, but Tank notices Negaduck escape in the confusion. Darkwing is hesitant to leave Gosalyn until she points out that she now has four Darkwings to look after her, while he has a Gosalyn in his own universe who needs him. They share a goodbye hug before Darkwing pursues Negaduck through the portal. As they fight, Darkwing accidentally pulls the universal plug, threatening to suck both of them into oblivion; Darkwing is able to escape back to his dimension using the plug as an anchor while Negaduck disappears into the vortex, vowing revenge. Darkwing returns to Honker's birthday party with a new cake and a new appreciation for his tacky yet harmless next-door neighbours.

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Darkwing emerges in a decaying, abandoned bakery to find St. Canard's streets deserted and the air thick with pollution. Unaware he is in an AlternateUniverse, he heads back to his house moments before Negaduck arrives behind him. He is annoyed to find the house filthy and the electricity knocked out, but is confused when a dress-clad Gosalyn appears, acting far more feminine than usual, and even more confused when a leather-clad Launchpad arrives with a sack of confiscated toys and an uprooted rose bush. Before Darkwing can process his housemates' sudden personality changes, Negaduck appears on television to order the citizens of St. Canard to look out for Darkwing and shoot, skin, and burn him on sight. Launchpad draws a rocket launcher on a startled Darkwing, who grabs a delighted Gosalyn and flees to the dilapidated house next door, in which he finds an unusually well-dressed and polite Tank Muddlefoot. Tank explains to a now thoroughly baffled Darkwing that he is now in the Negaverse, where [[MirrorUniverse everything is the opposite to how things are in his universe, universe]], and where Negaduck reigns supreme. Darkwing dismisses the idea, but has no time to argue before a black leather-clad Herb and Binkie arrive. As Tank sends Gosalyn to get help, his parents initially mistake Darkwing for Negaduck and bring him in front of a very bloodthirsty Honker, who identifies him as Darkwing. As the Muddlefoots lower him onto a giant barbeque, Darkwing mutters that he prefers the usual, tacky Muddlefoots, but he is knocked out by a familiar-looking bolt of electricity.

When he comes to, Darkwing is stunned to find himself facing Megavolt, Bushroot, Quackerjack, and the Liquidator, but they tell him that they are opponents of Negaduck, not his lackeys, and that they rescued him from the Muddlefoots in their capacity as the Friendly Four. After unsuccessfully [[PinchMe trying to wake himself from his "dream", "dream"]], Darkwing decides to simply leave the Negaverse and go back home, despite the pleas of the Friendly Four for help in their fight against Negaduck... until he sees Gosalyn again, and Bushroot tells him that her guardian is Negaduck. Distraught at the idea that the Negaverse's St. Canard has never had a protector and Gosalyn has never had a father, he decides to stay. Cue a TrainingMontage during which Quackerjack develops a clown doll that hides axe-wielding arms; however, Negaduck arrives at their hideout with Launchpad, Herb, Binkie, and Honker before they can move against him, and he has the Friendly Four, Tank, and Gosalyn imprisoned in a glass cylinder while Darkwing is [[DeathTrap tied to a table with a huge hammer poised to squash him flat.

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Fortunately, Quackerjack's clown doll is able to free the heroes, and Megavolt, the Liquidator, and Bushroot proceed to restore St. Canard's electricity supply, water supply, and plant life. Incensed that "his" St. Canard has been ruined by Darkwing, Negaduck decides to head through the portal to wreak havoc in Darkwing's universe, but when he arrives at the bakery, he finds the Friendly Four waiting for him, now calling themselves "Darkwing's Ducks" and wearing matching masks, hats, and capes. As Negaduck and Darkwing fight each other, the Liquidator and Quackerjack quickly dispatch Launchpad, Herb, and Binkie, while Megavolt and Bushroot defeat Honker, but Tank notices Negaduck escape in the confusion. Darkwing is hesitant to leave Gosalyn until she points out that she now has four Darkwings (i.e., the Friendly Four) to look after her, while he has a Gosalyn in his own universe who needs him. They share a goodbye hug before Darkwing pursues Negaduck through the portal. As they fight, Darkwing accidentally pulls the universal plug, threatening to suck both of them into oblivion; Darkwing is able to escape back to his dimension using the plug as an anchor while Negaduck disappears into the vortex, vowing revenge. Darkwing returns to Honker's birthday party with a new cake and a new appreciation for his tacky yet harmless next-door neighbours.


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* BondVillainStupidity: Rather than simply killing Darkwing and his allies, Negaduck has the Friendly Four, Tank, and Gosalyn imprisoned in a glass cylinder while Darkwing is strapped to a DeathTrap; Negaduck leaves before the trap finishes activating, and within seconds, Quackerjack's clown doll has smashed the glass cylinder and cut the ropes binding Darkwing.


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* DeathTrap: After Negaduck and his followers have captured Darkwing, Gosalyn, Tank, and the Friendly Four, Darkwing is strapped to a table over which is suspended a giant hammer, tied to the wall with a rope that is slowly being cut by a sharpened pendulum. In a display of BondVillainStupidity, Negaduck leaves before the rope is cut, and Darkwing is freed when Quackerjack's axe-wielding clown doll cuts the ropes tying him down seconds before the hammer falls.


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* OhCrap: Darkwing has this reaction when Megavolt rallies Bushroot, Quackerjack, and the Liquidator to prove to Negaduck that they're not losers by saying "C'mon guys, let's fry some duck!" seconds before the four villains rush the unfortunate vigilante.

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* CatchPhrase: The Negaverse residents have the same catchphrases as their "original" universe counterparts; Quackerjack's battle cry is still "It's ''play time!''", while Gosalyn's preferred phrase to express fascination with or approval of something is still "Keen gear!"


As the Fearsome Five divide the loot after a caper, Quackerjack asks Negaduck why he never hangs out with them after their crimes. The Liquidator and Megavolt deduce that Negaduck has a secret hideout, but when Bushroot asks if they can join him there, Negaduck explains that part of the purpose of having a secret hideout is to get away from "the geek squad". His offended partners in crime decide to follow him to his hideout.

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As the Fearsome Five divide the loot after a caper, Quackerjack asks Negaduck why he never hangs out with them after their crimes. The Negaduck claims that he has better things to do than spend time with losers like them, but the Liquidator and Megavolt deduce that the true reason: Negaduck has a secret hideout, but when hideout. When Bushroot asks if they can join him there, Negaduck explains that part of the purpose of having a secret hideout is to get away from "the geek squad". His offended partners in crime decide to follow him to his hideout.



Fortunately, Quackerjack's clown doll is able to free the heroes, and Megavolt, the Liquidator, and Bushroot proceed to restore St. Canard's electricity supply, water supply, and plant life. Incensed that "his" St. Canard has been ruined by Darkwing, Negaduck decides to head through the portal to wreak havoc in Darkwing's universe, but when he arrives at the bakery, he finds the Friendly Four waiting for him, now calling themselves "Darkwing's Ducks" and wearing matching masks, hats, and capes. As Negaduck and Darkwing fight each other, the Liquidator and Quackerjack quickly dispatch Launchpad, Herb, and Binkie, while Megavolt and Bushroot defeat Honker, but Tank notices Negaduck escape in the confusion. Darkwing is hesitant to leave Gosalyn until she points out that she now has four Darkwings to look after her, while he has a Gosalyn in his own universe who needs him. They share a goodbye hug before Darkwing pursues Negaduck through the portal. As they fight, Darkwing accidentally pulls the plug on the dimension between dimensions, threatening to suck both of them into oblivion; Darkwing is able to escape while Negaduck disappears into the vortex, vowing revenge. Darkwing returns to Honker's birthday party with a new cake and a new appreciation for his tacky yet harmless next-door neighbours.

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Fortunately, Quackerjack's clown doll is able to free the heroes, and Megavolt, the Liquidator, and Bushroot proceed to restore St. Canard's electricity supply, water supply, and plant life. Incensed that "his" St. Canard has been ruined by Darkwing, Negaduck decides to head through the portal to wreak havoc in Darkwing's universe, but when he arrives at the bakery, he finds the Friendly Four waiting for him, now calling themselves "Darkwing's Ducks" and wearing matching masks, hats, and capes. As Negaduck and Darkwing fight each other, the Liquidator and Quackerjack quickly dispatch Launchpad, Herb, and Binkie, while Megavolt and Bushroot defeat Honker, but Tank notices Negaduck escape in the confusion. Darkwing is hesitant to leave Gosalyn until she points out that she now has four Darkwings to look after her, while he has a Gosalyn in his own universe who needs him. They share a goodbye hug before Darkwing pursues Negaduck through the portal. As they fight, Darkwing accidentally pulls the plug on the dimension between dimensions, universal plug, threatening to suck both of them into oblivion; Darkwing is able to escape back to his dimension using the plug as an anchor while Negaduck disappears into the vortex, vowing revenge. Darkwing returns to Honker's birthday party with a new cake and a new appreciation for his tacky yet harmless next-door neighbours.


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* AcidRefluxNightmare: When the Negaverse counterparts of Megavolt, Bushroot, Quackerjack, and the Liquidator introduce themselves as the Friendly Four, Darkwing decides that he must be having a bad dream brought on by eating too many of Herb Muddlefoot's coconut burgers. However, the failure of his attempt to wake himself from his "dream" soon convinces him otherwise.


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* HumanKnot: In this case, duck/plant hybrid knot; when Bushroot asks if the other Fearsome Five members can share Negaduck's secret hideout with him, an irritated Negaduck grabs him and ties his limbs into a giant knot as he snarls that if he told them where his secret hideout was, it wouldn't be a secret anymore.


When he comes to, Darkwing is stunned to find himself facing Megavolt, Bushroot, Quackerjack, and the Liquidator, but they tell him that they are opponents of Negaduck, not his lackeys, and that they rescued him from the Muddlefoots in their capacity as the Friendly Four. After unsuccessfully trying to wake himself from his "dream", Darkwing decides to simply leave the Negaverse and go back home, despite the pleas of the Friendly Four for help in their fight against Negaduck... until he sees Gosalyn again, and Bushroot tells him that her guardian is Negaduck. Distraught at the idea that the Negaverse's St. Canard has never had a protector and Gosalyn has never had a father, he decides to stay. Cue a TrainingMontage during which Quackerjack develops a clown doll that hides axe-wielding arms; however, Negaduck tracks them down before they can move against him, and has the Friendly Four, Tank, and Gosalyn imprisoned in a glass cylinder while Darkwing is tied to a table with a huge hammer poised to squash him flat.

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When he comes to, Darkwing is stunned to find himself facing Megavolt, Bushroot, Quackerjack, and the Liquidator, but they tell him that they are opponents of Negaduck, not his lackeys, and that they rescued him from the Muddlefoots in their capacity as the Friendly Four. After unsuccessfully trying to wake himself from his "dream", Darkwing decides to simply leave the Negaverse and go back home, despite the pleas of the Friendly Four for help in their fight against Negaduck... until he sees Gosalyn again, and Bushroot tells him that her guardian is Negaduck. Distraught at the idea that the Negaverse's St. Canard has never had a protector and Gosalyn has never had a father, he decides to stay. Cue a TrainingMontage during which Quackerjack develops a clown doll that hides axe-wielding arms; however, Negaduck tracks them down arrives at their hideout with Launchpad, Herb, Binkie, and Honker before they can move against him, and he has the Friendly Four, Tank, and Gosalyn imprisoned in a glass cylinder while Darkwing is tied to a table with a huge hammer poised to squash him flat.



* AlternateUniverse: The Negaverse is a MirrorUniverse in which everyone's personality is reversed. Gosalyn is sweet and obedient instead of a rebellious tomboy, Launchpad is efficient and violent instead of clumsy but harmless, the Muddlefoots are black leather-wearing psychopaths instead of amiable nerds - except for Tank, who is polite and helpful rather than a selfish bully, and the Fearsome Four are the Friendly Four, eager but ineffective superheroes who oppose Negaduck rather than eager but ineffective supervillains who support Negaduck.

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* AlternateUniverse: The Negaverse is a MirrorUniverse in which everyone's personality is reversed. Gosalyn is sweet and obedient instead of a rebellious tomboy, Launchpad is efficient and violent instead of clumsy but harmless, the Muddlefoots are black leather-wearing psychopaths instead of amiable nerds - except for Tank, who is polite and helpful rather than a selfish bully, bully[[note]] As part of their reversed personalities, in the Negaverse, Tank wears glasses and Honker doesn't.[[/note]] - and the Fearsome Four are the Friendly Four, eager but ineffective superheroes who oppose Negaduck rather than eager but ineffective supervillains who support Negaduck.


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* IdeaBulb: When Megavolt deduces that Negaduck never sticks around after a caper because he has a secret hideout, he holds a lightbulb over his head and uses his power to light it.

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