17 Times “DuckTales” Was The Most Delightfully Crazy Show On TV

1.
The episode where they parodied Homer’s Odyssey, complete with creepy duck Sirens:

Even if you don’t remember this now, you will DEFINITELY REMEMBER IT upon viewing this scene again.

2.
When this dinosaur somehow got an adorable little jail hat:

Scrooge has one too, but that ain’t a surprise, he’s always got the hook up.

3.
When Scrooge went to the future, and got to see the adult versions of Huey, Dewey, Louie:

Three piece suits, but still rocking the baseball hats.

4.
The episode where Donald gets tricked into giving up military secrets to a foreign spy about a classified Navy submarine.

A sub that was built by Scrooge McDuck’s companies. Yes, really.

5.
The episode where Scrooge invests in a convention center, and a bunch of movie monsters show up in a pink car to use it for a meeting.

Yes, that Frankenstein character was called QUACKENSTEIN. QUACKENSTEIN, everyone.

6.
The episode where Duckburg suffers from a serious case of inflation due to an influx of fake currency:

You know, just an average day on a kid’s TV show.

7.
The episode where Huey, Louie, and Dewey conspire to fix a horse race.

Which is, of course, illegal.

8.
When one of the character’s worst fears turned out to be a giant evil banana:

Points for creativity.

9.
When the bank-robbing Beagle Boys somehow became the biggest band in Duckburg:

Yes, this episode was called “Beaglemania.”

10.
The episode when Scrooge got amnesia, and then led a strike against his own company.

Like A Christmas Carol, but with memory loss.

11.
Everything about the wonderful Raiders of the Lost Ark parody episode, “Raiders of the Lost Harp.”

THE HARP WAS ALSO A TALKING DUCK.

12.
When Gyro basically turned one of the characters into the duck version of Iron Man:

If Iron Man were riding around on a unicycle.

13.
When Scrooge tried to sell his surplus wheat crop, and somehow accidentally ended up shrinking himself and his grand-nephews.

Typical businessman problems.

14.
The episode where Scrooge steals all of Atlantis’ gold just so he can win a contest over who is the richest duck in Duckburg.

Scrooge was kind of the meanest protagonist ever, but oh well.

15.
When it had a parody character of J. Edgar Hoover named J. Gander Hoover.

Who was obviously the head of the Duckberg Intelligence Agency (DIA).

16.
The episode where Scrooge pilots a ship called the Hindentanic, and the great duck actress Gloria Swansong made a cameo:

This show was filled with references that kids were probably not going to get.

17.
When Launchpad was weirdly very attractive even though he is a cartoon duck:

Never mind that he is a bird who also FLIES A PLANE.

SORRY NOT SORRY.

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