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Recap / Legend Of The Three Caballeros S 1 E 12 Shangri La Di Da

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Donald and Daisy take a vacation at Shangri-La, and get stuck there trying to work through Donald's anger issues, while the rest of the gang go to confront Lord Felldrake and Sheldgoose to get back the magical amulets.


  • Big Damn Kiss: Between Donald and Daisy just before Donald goes off to help the others.
  • Bigfoot, Sasquatch and Yeti: The inhabitants of Shangri-La are a group of musically talented yetis, with a color scheme resembling the Matterhorn yeti from Disneyland.
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  • Bread, Eggs, Milk, Squick: After Donald overcomes his anger issues, the Yetis tell them that he and Daisy are now problem free, are free to leave Shangri-La, and that they've removed the invisible magic shock collars that would have kept them from leaving anyway.
  • The Cameo: Scrooge McDuck (voiced by Eric Bauza) makes a short appearance when Ari's device accidentally blows a hole in his money bin... all the way from New Quackmore.
  • Character Development: Donald learns how to control his unbridled rage after having his Disney Acid Sequence.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Xandra VS Sheldgoose's security guards. She charges at them — and one three-second Battle Discretion Shot later, she's beaten them both into a pulp.
  • Disney Acid Sequence: Donald goes through an impressive one while fighting his anger issues, where the visuals briefly become reminiscent of the trippier parts of The Three Caballeros movie, and then turn into a rather surreal visual recap of the series so far.
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  • Magically Binding Contract: Part of staying at Shangri-La. Luckily, as magical contracts go, having to stay in a beatiful magical resort, until all your problems are solved is relatively benign (if slightly annoying)
  • Mythology Gag: Donald's anger taking the shape of a hulking giant has been done before in the Mickey Mouse (2013) short "Split Decisions".
  • The Shangri-La: Naturally, this time inhabited by a race of Yetis.
  • Took a Level in Badass: The Caballeros, after King Arthur's training, are a lot more combat-ready than before.
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