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* EarWorm: Almost any song that appears in the show is guaranteed to stick in your head for a while.



** The ''Goblin Jail'' song. Lampshaded in the episode itself, at that.
** ''Gotta Draw the Line'' in ''Nazca Racing''.
** "Welcome to our spa, you'll find it all right here in Shangri-la-di-da."

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** The ''Goblin Jail'' "Goblin Jail" song. Lampshaded in the episode itself, at that.
** ''Gotta "Gotta Draw the Line'' in ''Nazca Racing''.
Line", Mono's song from the episode "Nazca Racing".
** The musical number performed by the yetis. "Welcome to our spa, you'll find it all right here in Shangri-la-di-da."


* FandomRivalry: This show and ''WesternAnimation/Ducktales2017'' are both based on the Disney Ducks comics, and while there [[Main/FriendlyFandoms are fans]] who love both shows, there's still a rivalry brewing. Fans of ''The Legend of the Three Caballeros'' claim that it's much closer to the source material its based on with very few drastic changes, Donald feels more like a main character, doesn't have the kids taking away all the focus from the other characters, the animation manages to evoke that of classic Disney cartoons, and it's shorter runtime (13 episodes here as opposed to Ducktales' 23 episodes) means that the show can be more directly serialized. Fans of the latter series think that the franchise is more iconic, it's going for a much darker tone and bolder plots, and the animation manages to evoke that of comic books, and feel that this series plays things a bit too safe.

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* FandomRivalry: This show and ''WesternAnimation/Ducktales2017'' are both based on the Disney Ducks comics, and while there [[Main/FriendlyFandoms are fans]] who love both shows, there's still a rivalry brewing. Fans of ''The Legend of the Three Caballeros'' claim that it's much closer to the source material its based on with very few drastic changes, Donald feels more like a main character, doesn't have the kids taking away all the focus from the other characters, the animation manages to evoke that of classic Disney cartoons, and it's shorter runtime (13 episodes here as opposed to Ducktales' 23 episodes) means that the show can be more directly serialized. Fans of the latter series think that the franchise is more iconic, it's going for a much darker tone and bolder plots, and the animation manages to evoke that of comic books, and feel that this series plays things a bit too safe. The fact that Panchito and José appeared in an episode of ''Ducktales'', which different voice actors and somewhat different personalities, added some extra fuel to the rivalry.

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** Ari's song, which is a SuspiciouslySimilarSong to the one he sang in ''Disney/TheThreeCaballeros''.

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** [[https://vgfiles.com/ducktalks/ducktalks-e071.mp3 This]] is more pronounced, as mentioned at 55:00 in this podcast, where Matt Danner mentioned that Tony Anselmo thinks that ''this series'' has the truest portrayal of Donald Duck.

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* TheScrappy: Daisy Duck is seen by many as a toxic and abusive girlfriend who complains about Donald not giving her enough attention and refuses to listen to his explanations even when he has ''damn good'' reasons. First, she breaks up with him ''while his house is burning down'', then gets offended when Donald runs off from their date to ''save the world''. Then she shows up at Donald's house with her new date [[OperationJealousy just to make her ex-boyfriend jealous]], and gets offended when Donald cares more about stopping a rampaging bear. Although she gets slightly better in the second half of the season, she is never called out for her mean behaviour and she is presented as a desirable partner for Donald, who does his best to get back together with her. The fandom disagrees, believing Donald deserves a better girlfriend.


* FandomRivalry: This show and ''WesternAnimation/Ducktales2017'' are both based on the Disney Ducks comics, and while there [[Main/FriendlyFandoms are fans]] who love both shows, there's still a rivalry brewing. Fans of the former claim that it's much closer to the source material its based on with very few drastic changes, Donald feels more like a main character, doesn't have the kids taking away all the focus from the other characters, the animation manages to evoke that of classic Disney cartoons, and it's shorter runtime (13 episodes here as opposed to Ducktales' 23 episodes) means that the show can be more directly serialized. Fans of the latter series think that the franchise is more iconic, it's going for a much darker tone and bolder plots, and the animation manages to evoke that of comic books, and feel that this series plays things a bit too safe.

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* FandomRivalry: This show and ''WesternAnimation/Ducktales2017'' are both based on the Disney Ducks comics, and while there [[Main/FriendlyFandoms are fans]] who love both shows, there's still a rivalry brewing. Fans of ''The Legend of the former Three Caballeros'' claim that it's much closer to the source material its based on with very few drastic changes, Donald feels more like a main character, doesn't have the kids taking away all the focus from the other characters, the animation manages to evoke that of classic Disney cartoons, and it's shorter runtime (13 episodes here as opposed to Ducktales' 23 episodes) means that the show can be more directly serialized. Fans of the latter series think that the franchise is more iconic, it's going for a much darker tone and bolder plots, and the animation manages to evoke that of comic books, and feel that this series plays things a bit too safe.

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** Much like ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales2017'' , this show has gained a wide audience outside of kids due to being the only 2 shows that use the classic Disney characters for serialized storytelling.


* JerkassWoobie: Who gets stuck with all the bad luck? No one... but Donald Duck! In the first episode he is humiliated and fired from his job, returns home to see his house destroyed and has his girlfriend call him and scold him. '''On his birthday'''. In episode five he goes on a date with Daisy, and she ends up breaking up with him because he needed to save his friends and is unable to tell Daisy what he's been up to.

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* JerkassWoobie: Who gets stuck with all the bad luck? No one... but Donald Duck! In the first episode he is humiliated and fired from his job, returns home to see his house destroyed and has his girlfriend call him and scold him. '''On his birthday'''. In episode five he goes on a date with Daisy, and she ends up breaking up with him because he needed to save his friends and is unable to tell Daisy what he's been up to. Even with his temper, you'll want to give him a hug.


* FandomRivalry: This show and ''WesternAnimation/Ducktales2017'' are both based on the Disney Ducks comics, and while there [[Main/FriendlyFandoms are fans]] who love both shows, there's still a rivalry brewing. Fans of the former claim that it's much closer to the source material its based on with very few drastic changes, Donald feels more like a main character, the animation manages to evoke that of classic Disney cartoons, and it's shorter runtime (13 episodes here as opposed to Ducktales' 23 episodes) means that the show can be more directly serialized. Fans of the latter series think that the franchise is more iconic, it's going for a much darker tone and bolder plots, and the animation manages to evoke that of comic books, and feel that this series plays things a bit too safe.

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* FandomRivalry: This show and ''WesternAnimation/Ducktales2017'' are both based on the Disney Ducks comics, and while there [[Main/FriendlyFandoms are fans]] who love both shows, there's still a rivalry brewing. Fans of the former claim that it's much closer to the source material its based on with very few drastic changes, Donald feels more like a main character, doesn't have the kids taking away all the focus from the other characters, the animation manages to evoke that of classic Disney cartoons, and it's shorter runtime (13 episodes here as opposed to Ducktales' 23 episodes) means that the show can be more directly serialized. Fans of the latter series think that the franchise is more iconic, it's going for a much darker tone and bolder plots, and the animation manages to evoke that of comic books, and feel that this series plays things a bit too safe.


* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: Given that the entire purpose of the original animated films was to improve America's relations with Latin America, it makes one wonder why there are very few references to Latin American culture outside of two episodes in the show.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: Given that the entire purpose of the original animated films was to improve America's the United State's relations with Latin America, it makes one wonder why there are very few references to Latin American culture outside of two episodes in the show.show. Even the Caballeros' ancestors are depicted wearing Roman-style armor instead of Aztec-style armor like you'd expect.


* JerkassWoobie: Who gets stuck with all the bad luck? No one... but Donald Duck! In the first episode he is humiliated and fired from his job, returns home to see his house destroyed and has his girlfriend call him and scold him. '''On his birthday'''. In episode five he goes on a date with Daisy, and she ends up breaking up with him because he needed to save his friends and is unable to tell Daisy what he's been up to.



* TheWoobie: Who gets stuck with all the bad luck? No one... but Donald Duck! In the first episode he is humiliated and fired from his job, returns home to see his house destroyed and has his girlfriend call him and scold him. '''On his birthday'''. In episode five he goes on a date with Daisy, and she ends up breaking up with him because he needed to save his friends and is unable to tell Daisy what he's been up to.

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* TheWoobie: Who gets stuck with all the bad luck? No one... but Donald Duck! In the first episode he is humiliated and fired from his job, returns home to see his house destroyed and has his girlfriend call him and scold him. '''On his birthday'''. In episode five he goes on a date with Daisy, and she ends up breaking up with him because he needed to save his friends and is unable to tell Daisy what he's been up to.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: Given that the entire purpose of the original animated films was to improve America's relations with Latin America, it makes one wonder why there are very few references to Latin American culture outside of two episodes in the show.


* SuspiciouslySimilarSong: The Aracuan Bird's theme song is ever-so-slightly different in tune from the original, though it has the same rhythm. As Ari also went without it in ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse'' despite how iconic it was in all his 1940s appearances, a rights issue is widely presumed.
** Frank Angones, the creator of ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales2017'' confirmed [[https://suspendersofdisbelief.tumblr.com/post/179984389086/donald-actually-has-a-decent-singing-voice on his blog]] that Disney does not own the rights to the Aracuan song, which explains why Ari sings a SuspiciouslySimilarSong instead.

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* SuspiciouslySimilarSong: The Aracuan Bird's theme song is ever-so-slightly different in tune from the original, though it has the same rhythm. As Ari also went without it in ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse'' despite how iconic it was in all his 1940s appearances, a rights issue is widely presumed.
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Frank Angones, the creator of ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales2017'' confirmed [[https://suspendersofdisbelief.tumblr.com/post/179984389086/donald-actually-has-a-decent-singing-voice on his blog]] that Disney does not own the rights to the Aracuan song, which explains why Ari sings a SuspiciouslySimilarSong instead.


** Xandra is also quite popular for her ActionGirl persona mixed with genuine wisdom and occasional Adorkable tendencies. She's also [[Main/MsFanservice quite hot]] .

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** Xandra is also quite popular for her ActionGirl persona mixed with genuine wisdom and occasional Adorkable Main/{{Adorkable}} tendencies. She's also [[Main/MsFanservice quite hot]] .

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** Xandra is also quite popular for her ActionGirl persona mixed with genuine wisdom and occasional Adorkable tendencies. She's also [[Main/MsFanservice quite hot]] .

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