They all soon discover that the town's friendly locals are all part of a giant carnivorous plant. Both of their adventures lead them to the junkyard and into a mad dash to reclaim the lamp from the Beagle Boys before sunrise. Mark Beaks unveils a new self-driving car. Because of his strained relationship with his father however, Scrooge sets out to find it himself. He then returns to his company and makes a bet with Scrooge: whoever's richer by the end of the year gets the loser's company. Huey throws him a party anyway, and, letting Louie invite the guests, accidentally ends up with a party full of Scrooge's nemeses.
He then reveals that he enacted his own scheme to prove himself to Ma before eliminating her, but the spirit proves to be beyond his control. The theme song, written by for the 1987 series, was re-recorded for the 2017 reboot. Summary The nephews are perturbed when , , and their uncle all choose the same moment to leave , Donald showing particular haste. Dewey, feeling ignored, sneaks into the pirate ship to get his alpaca wool hat back. Once home, the boys move back in with Donald while Mrs. Huey then introduces the entertainment, magician , but Scrooge is utterly unimpressed by his act. Webby then retrieves a set of bow and arrows, which Beakley approves of.
However, Louie panics and uses the shrink-ray on Gyro to silence him. Neverrest; a task Scrooge failed at seventy-five years ago due to his treacherous guide, George Mallardy. Following another attack on the McDuck plane, Dewey reconciles with his family, and helps them regain Scrooge's treasures; leaving Karnage swearing revenge on Dewey for humiliating him. Webby and Beakley then return to find Duckworth's ghost waiting for them, much to Beakley's displeasure. However, he eventually realizes the real fun of Christmas is spending it with family. In the end, they find a note from her and decide to keep it a secret.
The game is however hijacked by the spirits of ancient druids and turns lethal, with petrifying mists and a couple of kelpies named Briar and Bramble Tara Strong and Andrea Libman attempting to have them drowned. Doing the right thing stings. The series comes to a close with Scrooge valuing his family more than his money and Poupon and Dijon making ammends with each other. They, along with Fenton's sheriff ancestor and a time-traveling Gyro team up to get the gold back. Duckworth has zero problem with getting summoned back to the realm of the living, since it means he gets to serve Scrooge again and snark at Beakley for being, in his view, inadequate at the job compared to him.
Louie and Webby are imprisoned by Toth-Ra himself while the others try to gain the support of the pharaoh's servants' leader, Amunet. It features , , , , , , , , , and, in their debuts, and. » This was a more comically over-the-top episode and it worked pretty well. Webby: I-I mean, a, a, a regular island where young warriors definitely don't combat the forces of nature and each other. Seeing this as an opportunity, Louie starts a monster-control business, Harp-B-Gone, with Huey, Webby, and Storkules, rounding up the harpies for a fee. Suddenly, the goose enters its last transformation, which is the Golden Death.
Beakley convince Donald and the boys to forgive Scrooge. In the end, the two reconcile and discover that the creatures are real. Huey realizes he wouldn't have done anything were it not for him setting up the party to begin with. On the one hand, he's the one suggesting that the triplets stop forcing Scrooge to celebrate his birthday with a party and, after he gets kidnapped, trying to convince Huey they should call Mrs. The creature makes him disappear and then pursues the nephews, but during the chase Huey realizes the truth behind matters. Upon following said monks into their temple, Dijon finds that the group is led by his long-lost brother,. Or is something more supernatural going on at? However, his intent was to kill Scrooge-at which he failed miserably as usual-thus leaving the identity of Scrooge's abductor a mystery.
As a result, everybody gives him space so he can have the day to himself for example, Beakley and Webby use his birthday as an annual survival skills trip, and simply flees in terror. Scrooge, who arrives to take Dewey back, then makes up with Past and they all go back to the present to spend Christmas with the others. Dijon and Poupon arrive at the mansion looking for the Golden Goose, but Scrooge tells them he doesn't have it. Blackheart is Grandpa Beagle's name in the comics. As Glomgold prepares to get rid of Scrooge, Goldie reappears alive, saves Scrooge, and escapes with the gold.
In the end, Louie steps up and saves the day, gaining Scrooge's respect. The nephews fear Scrooge may accidentally gold plate them as he turns his grass and rosebushes into gold. After pitching up his tent, he captures Bigfoot. He finds that a flock of followed him to Duckburg and are causing havoc. Ma Beagle tries to get the genie to grant her every wish, but D'jinn reveals that there is no genie.
In the present, Black Heron kidnaps Beakley to obtain the formula, so Scrooge and Webby go on a rescue mission. After managing to shake the wallet and several other things out of Dijon's grasp, Scrooge and the boys chase after him, but lose sight of him when he disguises himself as part of a group of monks. Kalvin Lee Calvin Suggs December 2, 2017 2017-12-02 104 0. Scrooge forgives Huey for his selfishness as long as he promises he won't try to throw any more parties. After returning to the surface, Fethry decides to become an actual scientist and leaves with Mitzi while the boys meet up with Launchpad, who spent time with an old flame, Oceanika. Scrooge promptly has Glomgold kicked out of the store and returns home with the goose.