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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: Very much embraced a lot of the now-recognized 1990's trends and stereotypes, so naturally it has since fallen into this.

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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: Very much embraced a lot The fashions, attitudes and characterizations are very distinctly of the now-recognized 1990's trends and stereotypes, so naturally it has since fallen into this.mid-to-late 90s.


* FollowTheLeader: This was an obvious attempt to replicate the success of Disney's other duck based cartoons, ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987'' and ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'', while expanding on the "90s Kids" trends introduced in ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop''.

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* FollowTheLeader: This was an obvious attempt to replicate the success of Disney's other duck based cartoons, ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987'' ''WesternAnimation/{{DuckTales|1987}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'', while expanding on the "90s Kids" trends introduced in ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop''.



* WhatCouldHaveBeen: One of the discarded concepts for the show was for it to be an actual sequel to WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987, with Donald taking the nephews back from Scrooge in the pilot episode. However it was decided that the show should follow the cartoons in spirit rather than the comic books, hence all the human characters, the emphasis on slapstick and the absence of characters that originated in the comics.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: One of the discarded concepts for the show was for it to be an actual sequel to WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987, ''WesternAnimation/{{DuckTales|1987}}'', with Donald taking the nephews back from Scrooge in the pilot episode. However However, it was decided that the show should follow the cartoons in spirit rather than the comic books, hence all the human characters, the emphasis on slapstick and the absence of characters that originated in the comics.


* TroubledProduction: Not as bad as some, but according to an ASIFA interview with Kurt Anderson (one of two directors on the series), it was a stressful show to work on. Part of the reason was they were too many cooks in the kitchen, so things took longer than they should have on a TV production schedule. As this was Kurt's first directorial job, it was definitely a learning experience.

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* TroubledProduction: Not as bad as some, but according to an ASIFA interview with Kurt Anderson (one of two directors on the series), it was a stressful show to work on. Part of the reason was they were too many cooks in the kitchen, so things took longer than they should have on a TV production schedule.schedule (the show was in production as early as 1993, which explains why a brief clip appears in an early episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}''). As this was Kurt's first directorial job, it was definitely a learning experience.


* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: Very much embraced a lot of the now-recognized 1990s trends and stereotypes, so naturally it has since fallen into this.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen:
** One of the discarded concepts for the show was for it to be an actual sequel to WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987, with Donald taking the nephews back from Scrooge in the pilot episode. However it was decided that the show should follow the cartoons in spirit rather than the comic books, hence all the human characters, the emphasis on slapstick and the absence of characters that originated in the comics.

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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: Very much embraced a lot of the now-recognized 1990s 1990's trends and stereotypes, so naturally it has since fallen into this.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen:
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WhatCouldHaveBeen: One of the discarded concepts for the show was for it to be an actual sequel to WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987, with Donald taking the nephews back from Scrooge in the pilot episode. However it was decided that the show should follow the cartoons in spirit rather than the comic books, hence all the human characters, the emphasis on slapstick and the absence of characters that originated in the comics.


* FollowTheLeader: This was an obvious attempt to replicate the success of Disney's other duck based cartoons, ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' and ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'', while expanding on the "90s Kids" trends introduced in ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop''.

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* FollowTheLeader: This was an obvious attempt to replicate the success of Disney's other duck based cartoons, ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987'' and ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'', while expanding on the "90s Kids" trends introduced in ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop''.



** One of the discarded concepts for the show was for it to be an actual sequel to WesternAnimation/DuckTales, with Donald taking the nephews back from Scrooge in the pilot episode. However it was decided that the show should follow the cartoons in spirit rather than the comic books, hence all the human characters, the emphasis on slapstick and the absence of characters that originated in the comics.

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** One of the discarded concepts for the show was for it to be an actual sequel to WesternAnimation/DuckTales, WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987, with Donald taking the nephews back from Scrooge in the pilot episode. However it was decided that the show should follow the cartoons in spirit rather than the comic books, hence all the human characters, the emphasis on slapstick and the absence of characters that originated in the comics.


WorkingTitle: Was going to be "Duck Daze." There are relics of this in the lyrics of the opening.

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* WorkingTitle: Was going to be "Duck Daze." There are relics of this in the lyrics of the opening.


** Originally, the title was going to be "Duck Daze." There are relics of this in the lyrics of the opening.

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** Originally, the title was WorkingTitle: Was going to be "Duck Daze." There are relics of this in the lyrics of the opening.

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* FollowTheLeader: This was an obvious attempt to replicate the success of Disney's other duck based cartoons, ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' and ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'', while expanding on the "90s Kids" trends introduced in ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop''.


* ActorAllusion:
** Creator/FrankWelker voices a criminal called the Claw, who even has a voice similar to that of [[WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget Dr. Claw's]].

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* ActorAllusion:
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ActorAllusion: Creator/FrankWelker voices a criminal called the Claw, who even has a voice similar to that of [[WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget Dr. Claw's]].


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: One of the discarded concepts for the show was for it to be an actual sequel to WesternAnimation/DuckTales, with Donald taking the nephews back from Scrooge in the pilot episode. However it was decided that the show should follow the cartoons in spirit rather than the comic books, hence all the human characters, the emphasis on slapstick and the absence of characters that originated in the comics.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: UnintentionalPeriodPiece: Very much embraced a lot of the now-recognized 1990s trends and stereotypes, so naturally it has since fallen into this.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen:
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One of the discarded concepts for the show was for it to be an actual sequel to WesternAnimation/DuckTales, with Donald taking the nephews back from Scrooge in the pilot episode. However it was decided that the show should follow the cartoons in spirit rather than the comic books, hence all the human characters, the emphasis on slapstick and the absence of characters that originated in the comics.


* HeyItsThatVoice:
** [[WesternAnimation/DennisTheMenace Margaret Wade]] and [[WesternAnimation/MrBogus Tommy Anybody]] are Huey.
** Dewey is [[WesternAnimation/{{Recess}} Spinelli]] and [[WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill Bobby Hill]].
** The voice of [[WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}} Tommy]] [[WesternAnimation/AllGrownUp Pickles]], [[WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls Buttercup]], and [[WesternAnimation/ChalkZone Rudy Tabootie]] can be heard as Louie (and occasionally one of the others when the animators and voice actors miscommunicate).
** In the episode "Take My Duck, Please," the voice of Helga Needlehoffer is the [[WesternAnimation/{{DuckTales}}first voice of Huey, Dewey, and Louie]]

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**In the episode "Take My Duck, Please," the voice of Helga Needlehoffer is the [[WesternAnimation/{{DuckTales}}first voice of Huey, Dewey, and Louie]]


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: One of the discarded concepts for the show was for it to be an actual sequel to WesternAnimation/DuckTales, with Donald taking the nephews back from Scrooge in the pilot episode. However it was decided that the show should follow the cartoons in spirit rather than the comic books, hence all the human characters, the emphasis on slapstick and the absence of characters that originated in the comics.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: One of the discarded concepts for the show was for it to be an actual sequel to WesternAnimation/DuckTales, with Donald taking the nephews back from Scrooge in the pilot episode. However it was decided that the show should follow the cartoons in spirit rather than the comic books, hence all the human characters, the emphasis on slapstick and the absence of characters that originated in the comics.comics.
** Originally, the title was going to be "Duck Daze." There are relics of this in the lyrics of the opening.

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* TroubledProduction: Not as bad as some, but according to an ASIFA interview with Kurt Anderson (one of two directors on the series), it was a stressful show to work on. Part of the reason was they were too many cooks in the kitchen, so things took longer than they should have on a TV production schedule. As this was Kurt's first directorial job, it was definitely a learning experience.

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* ActorAllusion:
** Creator/FrankWelker voices a criminal called the Claw, who even has a voice similar to that of [[WesternAnimation/InspectorGadget Dr. Claw's]].

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