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  • Awesome Music: The opening really plays great.
  • While the lack of continuity (especially in relation to DuckTales (1987)) is an aspect of this series for which it has earned much criticism, there is this one Continuity Nod of epic proportions, going even far beyond the scope of DuckTales (1987): In the episode wherein Donald ages in reverse, Teenage!Donald is looking like how he appeared in his screen debut, way back in the 1934 Silly Symphony The Wise Little Hen!
  • While trying to figure out why Huey is so afraid of cats, Louie and Dewey figure out Andre Demouche has been brainwashing and training his animals to commit crimes for him. The two proceed to expose him to Daisy and Donald, while Huey overcomes his fear to help Andre's cats get their long overdue revenge on Andre.
    • Before that, there was Louie and Dewey's outraged disgust at the cruel way Andre treats Raven the cat simply because Raven disobeyed him.
  • "Ducky Dearest" ends with Donald and the boys getting payback on Dr. Homer, a scam artist who makes money by exploiting Adult Fear in parents to shill ineffective crap to make them better caregivers.
    • The boys, angry when they hear Donald spent his life savings to be a better parent, trick Homer into confessing he's a crook.
    • When Homer tries to flee, the Ducks use the birthday gifts the boys got Donald to stop Homer from getting away.
    • They then leave him tied up and forced to listen to the excruciatingly annoying theme song of his "Camp Happy" retreat while he begs them to shut the music off.
  • In "I.O.U. A U.F.O.," despite or because Dewey's the one to ardently believe in aliens and flying saucers, he's the first to acknowledge something fishy's going on when the photos of the supposed U.F.O.s shows them passing through things, like they aren't actually there. Considering the norm for stories of this caliber involve the believer character being thoroughly forced to admit they were wrong, seeing Dewey be mature enough to be skeptical without losing his overall beliefs is a breath of fresh air.
    • Likewise is his righteous, seething indignation when he finds the light projector for the hoax and realizes everyone's being played.
      Dewey: A projector? It's a crummy projector?! I'VE BEEN RIPPED OFF!

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