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* ChekhovsGag: The pile of footwear the kids catch is initially just a comedic sign of a bad fishing trip, but later Webby tells a trio of sailors about the shoes in exchange for information on the ''Moony Gull''.

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* ChekhovsGag: The [[FishingForSole pile of footwear the kids catch catch]] is initially just a comedic sign of a bad fishing trip, but later Webby tells a trio of bare-footed sailors about the shoes in exchange for information on the ''Moony Gull''.Gull'''s destination.

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* AnalogyBackfire: After Scrooge asks Launchpad if he's sure he can get them to Norway, Launchpad replies he has as much confidence in himself as Scrooge does. Scrooge's response:
-->'''Scrooge:''' Uh oh.


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* TheCatCameBack: After Barnacle Biff tries to give Lucky away to the kids, the lemming runs all the way across town back to the ''Moony Gull''.


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* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: At the start of the lemming migration, everybody in Norway leaves town.


* AssuranceBackfire: When Scrooge believes he'll never see his money again, Launchpad tries to console him by saying he still has him for the rest of his life. This doesn't make Scrooge feel any better.

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* AssuranceBackfire: When Scrooge believes he'll never see his money again, Launchpad tries to console him by saying [[UndyingLoyalty he still has him for the rest of his life.life]]. This doesn't make Scrooge feel any better.



* NoodleIncident: As mentioned above under AndThatLittleGirlWasMe, one time when Scrooge was sick, Launchpad tried to bring him breakfast in bed, only to spill it all over it.

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* NoodleIncident: As mentioned above under AndThatLittleGirlWasMe, one Some unseen time in the past when Scrooge was sick, Launchpad tried to bring him breakfast in bed, only to spill it all over it.him.


* AsideGlance: Scrooge gives a look to the audience after Launchpad completely misses his irritation at the "breakfast-in-bed" incident he just told them about.I

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* AsideGlance: Scrooge gives a look to the audience after Launchpad completely misses his irritation at the "breakfast-in-bed" incident he just told them about.I


* ChekhovsGag: The pile of footwear the kids catch is initially just a comedic sign of a bad fishing trip, but later Webby tells a trio of sailors about the shoes in exchange for information on the ''Moony Gull''. I

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* ChekhovsGag: The pile of footwear the kids catch is initially just a comedic sign of a bad fishing trip, but later Webby tells a trio of sailors about the shoes in exchange for information on the ''Moony Gull''. I


* AsideGlance: Scrooge gives a look to the audience after Launchpad completely misses his irritation at the "breakfast-in-bed" incident he just told them about.

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* AsideGlance: Scrooge gives a look to the audience after Launchpad completely misses his irritation at the "breakfast-in-bed" incident he just told them about.I
* AssuranceBackfire: When Scrooge believes he'll never see his money again, Launchpad tries to console him by saying he still has him for the rest of his life. This doesn't make Scrooge feel any better.



* ChekhovsGag: The pile of footwear the kids catch is initially just a comedic sign of a bad fishing trip, but later Webby tells a trio of sailors about the shoes in exchange for information on the ''Moony Gull''.
* ConsolationBackfire: When Scrooge believes he'll never see his money again, Launchpad tries to console him by saying he still has him for the rest of his life. This doesn't make Scrooge feel any better.

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* ChekhovsGag: The pile of footwear the kids catch is initially just a comedic sign of a bad fishing trip, but later Webby tells a trio of sailors about the shoes in exchange for information on the ''Moony Gull''. \n* ConsolationBackfire: When Scrooge believes he'll never see his money again, Launchpad tries to console him by saying he still has him for the rest of his life. This doesn't make Scrooge feel any better. I


* AndThatLittleGirlWasMe: After Scrooge tells the triplets about how even the most thoughtful deeds don't always turn out like planned, Launchpad concurs, saying how one time when a friend of his was sick, he tried to surprise him with a big breakfast in bed, only to [[NurseWithGoodIntentions accidentally spill it on him]]. Then Scrooge irritably reveals that ''he'' was the sick friend.

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* AndThatLittleGirlWasMe: After Scrooge tells the triplets kids about how even sometimes the most thoughtful deeds don't always turn out like as planned, Launchpad concurs, saying how one time when a friend of his was sick, he tried to surprise him with a big breakfast in bed, only to [[NurseWithGoodIntentions accidentally spill it on him]]. Then Scrooge irritably reveals that ''he'' was the sick friend.


* AndThatLittleGirlWasMe: After Scrooge tells the triplets about how even the most thoughtful deeds don't always turn like planned, Launchpad concurs, saying how one time when a friend of his was sick, he tried to surprise him with a big breakfast in bed, only to [[NurseWithGoodIntentions accidentally spill it on him]]. Then Scrooge irritably reveals that ''he'' was the sick friend.

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* AndThatLittleGirlWasMe: After Scrooge tells the triplets about how even the most thoughtful deeds don't always turn out like planned, Launchpad concurs, saying how one time when a friend of his was sick, he tried to surprise him with a big breakfast in bed, only to [[NurseWithGoodIntentions accidentally spill it on him]]. Then Scrooge irritably reveals that ''he'' was the sick friend.


* AndThatLittleGirlWasMe: After Scrooge tells the triplets about how iteven the most thoughtful deeds don't always turn like planned, Launchpad concurs, saying how one time when a friend of his was sick, he tried to surprise him with a big breakfast in bed, only to [[NurseWithGoodIntentions accidentally spill it on him]]. Then Scrooge irritably reveals that ''he'' was the sick friend.

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* AndThatLittleGirlWasMe: After Scrooge tells the triplets about how iteven even the most thoughtful deeds don't always turn like planned, Launchpad concurs, saying how one time when a friend of his was sick, he tried to surprise him with a big breakfast in bed, only to [[NurseWithGoodIntentions accidentally spill it on him]]. Then Scrooge irritably reveals that ''he'' was the sick friend.


* AndThatLittleGirlWasMe: After Scrooge tells the triplets that good intentions don't always work out well, Launchpad mentions how he once brought a sick friend breakfast in bed and [[NurseWithGoodIntentions accidentally spilled it on him]]. Then Scrooge irritably reveals that ''he'' was the sick friend.
-->'''Launchpad''': [[ComicallyMissingThePoint You remember]].

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* AndThatLittleGirlWasMe: After Scrooge tells the triplets that good intentions about how iteven the most thoughtful deeds don't always work out well, turn like planned, Launchpad mentions concurs, saying how he once brought one time when a sick friend of his was sick, he tried to surprise him with a big breakfast in bed and bed, only to [[NurseWithGoodIntentions accidentally spilled spill it on him]]. Then Scrooge irritably reveals that ''he'' was the sick friend.
-->'''Launchpad''': [[ComicallyMissingThePoint You remember]].remembered]].


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* ConsolationBackfire: When Scrooge believes he'll never see his money again, Launchpad tries to console him by saying he still has him for the rest of his life. This doesn't make Scrooge feel any better.

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* NoPlansNoPrototypeNoBackup: The only copy of Scrooge's new lock combination was in the locket Lucky accidentally took, and since Scrooge hadn't memorized it yet, he was at risk of losing access to his fortune.


* AndThatLittleGirlWasMe: After Scrooge tells the triplets that good intentions don't always work out well, Launchpad mentions how he once brought a sick friend breakfast in bed and [[NurseWithGoodIntentions accidentally spilled it on him]]. Then Scrooge irritably reveals that he was the sick friend.

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* AndThatLittleGirlWasMe: After Scrooge tells the triplets that good intentions don't always work out well, Launchpad mentions how he once brought a sick friend breakfast in bed and [[NurseWithGoodIntentions accidentally spilled it on him]]. Then Scrooge irritably reveals that he ''he'' was the sick friend.


* AndThatLittleGirlWasMe: After Scrooge tells the triplets that good intentions don't always work out well, Launchpad begins a story about bringing a sick friend breakfast in bed and [[NurseWithGoodIntentions accidentally spilling it on him]]. Then Scrooge irritably reveals that the story was something that happened between him and Launchpad at some point.

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* AndThatLittleGirlWasMe: After Scrooge tells the triplets that good intentions don't always work out well, Launchpad begins a story about bringing mentions how he once brought a sick friend breakfast in bed and [[NurseWithGoodIntentions accidentally spilling spilled it on him]]. Then Scrooge irritably reveals that he was the story was something that happened between him and Launchpad at some point.sick friend.


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* NoodleIncident: As mentioned above under AndThatLittleGirlWasMe, one time when Scrooge was sick, Launchpad tried to bring him breakfast in bed, only to spill it all over it.


* AndThatLittleGirlWasMe: After Scrooge tells the triplets that good intentions don't always work out well, Launchpad begins a story about bringing a sick friend breakfast in bed and [[NurseWithGoodIntentions accidentally spilling it on him]]. Then Scrooge irritably reveals that the story was something [[NoodleIncident that happened between him and Launchpad at some point]].

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* AndThatLittleGirlWasMe: After Scrooge tells the triplets that good intentions don't always work out well, Launchpad begins a story about bringing a sick friend breakfast in bed and [[NurseWithGoodIntentions accidentally spilling it on him]]. Then Scrooge irritably reveals that the story was something [[NoodleIncident that happened between him and Launchpad at some point]].point.

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