David Tennant – Scrooge McDuck
Danny Pudi – Hubert “Huey” Duck
Ben Schwartz – Dewford “Dewey” Duck
Bobby Moynihan – Llewellyn “Louie” Duck
Kate Micucci – Webbigail “Webby” Vanderquack
Beck Bennett – Launchpad McQuack
Toks Olagundoye – Mrs. Bentina Beakley
Tony Anselmo – Donald Duck
Paget Brewster – Dumbella “Della” Duck (season 3, recurring previously)
Like its predecessor, the series focused on the adventures and treasure hunts of Scrooge McDuck (David Tennant), the wealthiest resident of the city of Duckburg, that he shared with his nephews Donald (Tony Anselmo, Don Cheadle in 2 episodes, and Russi Taylor & Cristina Valenzuela as a kid), Huey (Danny Pudi), Dewey (Ben Schwartz) and Louie (Bobby Moynihan), as well as his housekeeper, Mrs. Beakley (Toks Olagundoye), her granddaughter Webby Vanderquack (Kate Micucci), and Scrooge’s inept and accident-prone chauffer/pilot Launchpad McQuack (Beck Bennett). The show set itself apart from the original in that it took a greater inspiration from the comic book work of Carl Barks, creator of Duckburg and many of its residents. Most notably, the style of the show was heavily influenced by both his comics and paintings, immediately evident by the presence of comic panels and Ben Day dots (the dot-like coloring process used to color comics through the 1970s) in the title sequence and end credits, as well as the color palette used. Additionally, Scrooge and Donald were designed wearing their typical comic outfits not generally seen in other Disney media, involving a red coat and black sailor suit, respectively. And not to mention that Donald would play a much larger role in the series as many of his comic adventures were often intertwined with Scrooge’s. Sean Jimenez served as the art director while Timothy A. Moen was the lead character designer. Additional character designs were done by Matt Braly, Anthony Holden, Alonso Ramirez Ramos, Andy Suriano, Sarah Craig, Erik Elizarrez, Jeremiah Alcorn, Tapan Gandhi, Khang Le, Alex Kirwan, Elsa Chang, Justin Rodrigues, Devin Roth, Thomas Perkins, Shakeh Haghnazarian, Baptiste Rogron, Soyeon Yoo, Andy Ristaino, Kali Fontecchio and Gary Montalbano.
While the characters are the same, they received some tweaks for the new version outside of their visual designs. Scrooge was still the wealthy adventure capitalist and CEO of McDuck Enterprises with his mansion, fortified Money Bin (now on a small island in the bay instead of the middle of the city) and his lucky Number One Dime (the first dime he ever earned), but he lost the spark for adventure until his nephews moved in and helped reignite it. Tennant, being actually Scottish like the character, was allowed to improvise and add some authenticity. Donald was initially estranged from Scrooge for 10 years over a falling out (which will be explained in a bit), but reluctantly reconciled with him in order to ensure his nephews had someone to babysit while he hunted for work (bouncing from job to job was an innovation of Barks’ based on his own experiences). As a result, he ended up being dragged into Scrooge’s new adventures. Launchpad served as the series’ comic relief with his ability to crash any kind of vehicle, of which was a great source of pride for him. As a nod to his role in Darkwing Duck, that series was made his favorite show within the DuckTales universe.
Huey, Dewey and Louie were depicted as slightly older--as it was felt that opened up more story possibilities--and were given new features to distinguish them from each other for the first time since the series Quack Pack. Traditionally, the only way to tell them apart was by the color of their clothing as they not only looked and acted the same but typically shared the same voice actor. Huey, in a red polo shirt and cap, was the oldest (by three seconds) and really threw himself into his Junior Woodchuck (the duck version of scouts) training. Dewey, wearing a blue t-shirt over a light blue long-sleeved shirt, was adventurous, courageous and sensitive and the most eager to learn the truth about their mother. Louie, with a green hoodie, was the self-described “evil brother” who was lazy, money-grubbing and opportunistic; eager to become an entrepreneur and echo Scrooge’s success by any means possible (provided it didn’t require too much effort on his part, that is).
Webby was an intellectual nerd, a bit of a genius, and incredibly athletic. She was an enthusiastic fan of adventure driven by her own curiosity, and a historian on Clan McDuck, idolizing Scrooge. She spent most of her life sheltered in the mansion by her grandmother, Mrs. Beakley. Mrs. Beakley was changed from a mere housekeeper to a former agent and director of the espionage organization known as S.H.U.S.H. (a parody of Marvel Comics’ S.H.I.E.L.D. introduced in Darkwing Duck) with impressive strength. As the series progressed, it was revealed that Webby was actually a clone of Scrooge created by criminal agency F.O.W.L. (Fiendish Organization for World Larceny, also from Darkwing) as an attempt to retrieve a powerful artifact that could only be reclaimed by an heir of Scrooge’s; of which he had none. Beakley adopted her and retired as a spy, coming to work for Scrooge. Both Webby and Beakley were given an extreme overhaul to make them more interesting and stronger characters, according to Youngberg. Notably absent for a time was Scrooge’s butler, Duckworth (David Kaye). It was revealed that he had died before the series began, however his ghost ended up being summoned back to the world of the living and he remained as a guardian for the manor, as well as Beakley’s chief critic in regards to her cleaning methods.
Other returning characters included inventor Gyro Gearloose (Jim Rash), Scrooge’s head of research and development who was as irritable as he was eccentric; Lil Bulb, the lightbulb-headed tiny robot Gyro invented as his helper; Fenton Crackshell-Cabrera (Lin-Manuel Miranda), changed from an accountant to a semi-competent scientist working as Gyro’s intern that would still become the high-tech superhero Gizmoduck (he was made Hispanic because Angones felt there weren’t enough positive Latino superheroes); Officer Maria Antonia Magdalena Aldonsa Cabrera (Selenis Levya), Fenton’s mother changed from a soap opera-watching couch potato to a no-nonsense Latina detective for the police department; Gladstone Gander (Paul F. Tompkins), Donald’s annoyingly-lucky cousin; Emily Quackfaster (renamed from Featherby in the original, voiced by Susanne Blakeslee) altered from Scrooge’s secretary to being the archivist of his personal archive; Goldie O’Gilt (Allison Janney), Scrooge’s former girlfriend and rival who, while having deep affection for Scrooge, just loved gold more; Gandra Dee (Jameela Jamil), Fenton’s love-interest who was depicted as a rebel scientist initially working for his rival and later revealed as a cyborg in the employ of F.O.W.L.; and Doofus Drake (John Gemberling), originally a friend to the triplets reimagined as a selfish, insane, sociopathic rich kid whose inheritance of a fortune allowed him to turn his parents into servants and enjoyed hurting other people. Bubba the Caveduck (Dee Bradley Baker), revealed to be an ancestor to Clan McDuck, and Gene the Genie (Jaleel White) with Faris D’jinn (previously Dijon, voiced by Omid Abtahi), both originally from DuckTales: The Movie, also made appearances. Donald’s long-time girlfriend Daisy Duck (Tress MacNeille) made her DuckTales animation debut (she appeared in some of the tie-in comics before) as the personal assistant to Emma Glamour (Bebe Neuwirth), a famous trendsetter, as did Donald’s other cousin, Fethry (Tom Kenny), who was the caretaker of one of Scrooge’s marine science stations (and also appeared in previous tie-in comics).
Of course, those were just the good guys. A number of recurring villains received updates as well. The Beagle Boys—Bigtime, Burger, Bouncer (all Eric Bauza), and their Ma (Margo Martindale)—were a family of crooks intent on robbing Scrooge’s Money Bin, operating out of the junkyard Ma ran. Flintheart Glomgold (Keith Ferguson) remained Scrooge’s chief rival, except now was comically unhinged in his dedication to besting and ruining Scrooge after Scrooge refused to pay him properly for a shoe polish years prior. He ran Glomgold Industries with a focus on personal branding and making products cheaply. In this series, he was born Duke Baloney in South Africa (his original nationality before it was changed in the original cartoon) and adopted his Scottish guise to emulate Scrooge as a means to outdo even his nationality. Magica De Spell (Catherine Tate) was still an evil sorceress, however her desire for Scrooge’s Number One Dime was altered to be because an encounter with Scrooge saw her trapped within it and only able to project her shadow form into the outside world. The Phantom Blot (Giancarlo Esposito) was made a magic-hating agent of F.O.W.L. who wanted to destroy Magica and was often disguised as the mascot to one of F.O.W.L.’s front companies.
Presented for the first time outside of comics was the triplet’s mother and Donald’s twin sister, Della Duck (Paget Brewster). The first mention of the character came in the 1938 short Donald’s Nephews, via a postcard bearing her name: “Dumbella”. When Barks came up with the Duck family tree, he renamed her Thelma. In Don Rosa’s version of the family tree published in 1993, he restored her name to the shortened “Della”. Outside of cameo appearances in flashbacks, Della typically only appeared via correspondence to Donald about her sons. Following a reappearance in the Dutch Donald Duck magazine in 2014 for his 80th anniversary as one of the first female pilots and eventual astronaut, she continued to make appearances in its pages throughout 2017. For the DuckTales version, Della was a pilot who frequently went on adventures with Scrooge and Donald. Before the triplets hatched, Della took off in Scrooge’s spaceship, the Spear of Selene, which hit a cosmic storm and left her stranded on the moon; able to survive for a decade thanks to Gyro’s Oxy-Chew gum, which gave her oxygen, nutrients and water. She also lost a leg, fashioning a prosthetic one for herself while attempting to rebuild her ship and get home. Her disappearance was what caused the rift between Scrooge and Donald, and his inability to find her cost Scrooge his adventurous spirit.
Newly created characters for the series included Lena Sabrewing (Kimiko Glenn), a shadow being created by Magica to act as her agent in the physical world to free her by befriending the Ducks, however she turned against Magica thanks to her friendship with Webby; Violet Sabrewing (Libe Barer), became Webby’s new friend over their shared interest in magic and helped rescue Lena from Magica’s shadow realm, and later became her adoptive sister when Lena was taken in by Violet’s fathers; Mark Beaks (Josh Brener), a tech industry billionaire and Glamour’s son whose driving factor was ensuring he remained popular on social media by any means necessary, which often meant trying to steal the Gizmoduck suit for himself (he represented the kind of new billionaire of the tech generation in controls to Scrooge being old-school); the Greek Gods, particularly Storkules (aka Hercules, voiced by Chris Diamantopoulos), Selene (Nia Vardalos), and Zeus (Michael Chiklis), who had encountered Scrooge, Donald and Della before; B.O.Y.D. (aka Be Only Yourself, Dude, voiced by Nicolas Cantu & Noah Baird), a childlike android created by Gyro and his former mentor, Dr. Akita (Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa); Akita himself was a new character, and an evil roboticist; Manny the Headless Man Horse (Keith David in the finale, silent otherwise), a headless horse monster that was rehabilitated when the head from a statue of Scrooge landed on his neck, and would go on to become Gyro’s intern; Gabby McStabberson (Jennifer Hale), a trained assassin raised by warrior monks that worked as Glomgold’s henchwoman; and the Moonlanders (inspired by the moon stage from the DuckTales video game), a civilization that lived on the moon and included General Lunaris (Lance Reddick), who resented the Earth and used Della’s arrival and departure to incite an invasion against it, and Lieutenant Penumbra (Julie Bowen), who was extremely protective of her people and reluctantly came to view Della as a friend.
DuckTales’ 44-minute first episode premiered on Disney XD on August 12, 2017, airing for a consecutive 24 hours before being posted onto YouTube the next day. It then aired again on Disney Channel on September 17 to coincide with the original’s 30th anniversary before the series made its official debut on September 23rd. As part of the promotion for the series, a video was released on December 16, 2016 announcing the top-billed voice cast as they performed the theme; which was the same as the original written by Mark Mueller. The actual theme for the series would be performed by Felicia Barton. Original Launchpad Terry McGovern would express that he was “heartbroken” that none of the surviving original cast was invited back except Anselmo, who was Donald’s official voice actor, and Taylor for a guest role voicing a young Donald (a great number of that cast had passed before or during the show’s production). The series was written by Angones, Youngberg, Madison Bateman, Colleen Evanson, Nate Federman, Noelle Stevenson, Christian Magalhaes, Bob Snow, Rachel Vine, Ben Joseph, Emmy Cicierega, Ben Siemon, Sam King and Megan Gonzalez, with Angones serving as story editor. Animation duties were provided by Snipple Animation Studios and Toon City Animation, while Golden Wolf, Inc. did the main titles. Dominic Lewis served as the series composer.
The series proved immensely popular with fans, both new and of the original, allowing it to run for three seasons. No official reason was given for the show’s cancellation. In May of 2018, the series moved to Disney Channel until it returned to Disney XD with the third season. The few extra-sized episodes that aired were later broken up into multiple regular-length ones for reruns. While episodes seemed to be standalone similarly to its predecessor, each season contained an overreaching story arc. Season one dealt with Dewey and Webby trying to learn the secret behind Donald and Scrooge’s rift, as well as what happened to Della, while Magica worked towards her freedom from the dime. In season two, Scrooge and Glomgold were in a competition to become the richest duck in the world, Della worked towards getting back home, and Louie tried to start his own multi-million-dollar business. In season three, the Ducks came under the watchful eye of F.O.W.L. in a race to find and retrieve several lost treasures and artifacts leading up to the final confrontation in the finale. Angones further broke down the season structure on the tumblr account where he answered fan questions into past, present and future. He also stated that they had figured a 4th season was unlikely and wrapped up as many of the storylines they could while setting up the next chapter for the characters if their versions were ever revisited.
Along with DuckTales-centric characters, characters from other franchises were brought into the show for guest appearances. Long-time Disney character Ludwig Von Drake (Corey Burton), who only appeared once in the original, had a recurring role as a colleague of Scrooge’s and the director of S.H.U.S.H. Don Karnage (Jaime Camil) and his Air Pirates, originating from TaleSpin, appeared as recurring antagonists. Kit Cloudkicker (Adam Pally) and Molly Cunningham (Eliza Coupe), the young children characters from TaleSpin, were now adults and had attended flight school with Della. Kit took over the cargo delivery business from the show (as well as his mentor, Baloo’s, personality) while Molly became the owner of a stunt plane circus. José Carioca (Bernardo De Paula) and Panchito Pistoles (Arturo Del Puerto), were Donald’s college friends and the show’s interpretation of The Three Caballeros that appeared in the 1940s films Saludos Amigos and The Three Caballeros, and would go on to have their own unrelated streaming show on Disney+. The Rescue Rangers (Burton, Jeff Bennett & April Winchell) from Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers appeared as lab animals turned intelligent via F.O.W.L.’s Intelli-Ray. Goofy (Bill Farmer) appeared in his Goof Troop form in the episode “Quack Pack!” (named for the show), as did his son, Max, Max’s best friend, P.J., and girlfriend from A Goofy Movie, Roxanne, in a photograph in his wallet. Additionally, the characters of Bumblelion, Rhinokey and Butterbear from The Wuzzles were alluded to in “The Lost Treasure of Kit Cloudkicker”. Mickey Mouse made a vocal cameo for a melon fashioned by Donald in his image when he was stranded on an island, provided by his regular voice actor Diamantopoulos. Other little nods and allusions to other Disney characters and franchises were peppered in various episodes as Easter Eggs.
|F.O.W.L. company: Phantom Blot, Don Karnage, Black Heron, Bradford Buzzard, Steelbeak, John D. Rockerduck and top Egghead Pepper.|
F.O.W.L. was given a new origin as being founded by Bradford Buzzard (Marc Evan Jackson), who was the first Junior Woodchuck which made him decide being adventurous was too dangerous, deciding to take over the world and end chaos forever. He founded the organization with Black Heron (Winchell), a martial artist and engineer who ran up against Beakley when she was an agent. Another member was John D. Rockerduck (John Hodgman), an Old West robber baron thwarted by Goldie and Scrooge, and used experimental cryogenic technology to stay alive to get his revenge. Rockerduck was a modern-day rival of Scrooge’s in the international comics, whose name was a play on John D. Rockefeller. With him as in the comics was Jeeves (Ferguson), his enforcer and assistant modeled after Odd Job and Jaws from the James Bond franchise. Only the metal-mouthed Steelbeak (Jason Matzoukas) and the nameless legion of Egghead (renamed from Eggmen since some were women) foot soldiers were previously established F.O.W.L. characters from Darkwing Duck.
As stated before, Darkwing Duck was a fictional show within this universe. Scrooge’s studio was producing a reboot film with actor Drake Mallard (Darkwing’s actual identity, voiced by Diamantopoulos) taking over the role from a bitter Jim Starling (Jim Cummings, Darkwing’s original voice actor). Launchpad convinced Mallard to become Darkwing for real in the town of St. Canard, while in his mania Starling became Negaduck, Darkwing’s evil doppelganger. This marked the first time that Darkwing was seen in an animated DuckTales production, although Gizmoduck had appeared on Darkwing and a full crossover has occurred in comic form before. The 1-hour special “Let’s Get Dangerous!” was essentially a reworking of the debut movie of the original Darkwing series, featuring Taurus Bulba (James Monroe Iglehart) and his sinister Ramrod device that could pull any item from other dimensions, and Gosalyn Waddlemeyer (Stephanie Beatriz), granddaughter of its co-inventor, helping to stop him and becoming Darkwing’s sidekick (as opposed to his adopted daughter). The Ramrod was used to bring other Darkwing villains into the episode from the TV show: Bushroot, Megavolt, Liquidator (both Ferguson) and Quackerjack (Michael Bell, reprising the role). Additionally, Jumbalaya Jake and Bugmaster appear as disguises. Originally. Negaduck was set to return for the second half of the special and to be the one that conjured the villains, as revealed in storyboards posted by artist Diana Huh.
Supplementing the show were several series of shorts that aired online and many between commercial breaks. Welcome to Duckburg! aired in June before the first episode, introducing the main characters to the audience. The Lost Key of Tralla La was a stand-alone short released the following month, billed as a 360-degree adventure as viewers could control the camera’s angles while it played. A channel-wide 30 Things aired in May of 2018 and featured the kids listing off their 30 (or so) favorite things. Immediately following was Webby Reacts, which saw Webby reacting various live-action Disney program and film clips when she stumbled upon a smartphone. Next was The World’s Longest Deathtrap! where the kids and Launchpad tried to get themselves out of a pit with (extremely) slowly closing walls. Then came Dewey Dew-Night!, which saw Dewey trying to host his own late-ish night talk show from the boys’ bedroom. Another stand-alone short, Duckburg’s Funniest Home Videos, saw a static image of Louie on the couch watching live-action funny animal videos and commenting on them. Ending the 2018 offerings was DuckFAILS!, which were done in stop-motion and featured various characters blundering through their activities. Between 2019 and 2021, Launchpad and Glomgold participated in channel-wide short series: Theme Song Takeover, where characters sung their show’s theme (with some alterations); Top Favorite, where characters listed off their top favorite things within a certain theme; Random Rings, which featured characters prank calling various establishments or having silly conversations with characters/stars from other shows, had Launchpad interacting with Baymax (Scott Adsit) from Big Hero 6: The Series and Cricket (Chris Houghton) from Big City Greens; and Chibi Tiny Tales, inspired by Big Hero 6: The Series’ shorts, which featured chibi versions of the show’s characters pantomiming their way through comedic adventures. Following the conclusion of the series, a podcast called This Duckburg Life featured Huey hosting a show on “Duckburg Public Radio” discussing riveting stories from around town. In a special collaboration between Disney and music producer Marshmello, a partially-animated music video for his song “Fly” featuring the DuckTales characters was made and simultaneously released in 2018 by Marshmello and Disney Channel.
Phatmojo became the official toy manufacturer for the series. In 2018, they released a wave of action figures including Scrooge, Launchpad and Glomgold with Huey & Dewey and Webby & Louie in 2-packs, as well as a Sun Chaser vehicle and Money Bin playset; a figurine collection with Scrooge and the kids, available both in regular colors and in gold; blind packaging figurines “Money Stacks Mystery Mini Figures” that came in plastic containers resembling a stack of coins, featuring Scrooge, Donald, Launchpad, the kids, Lena and Darkwing; and 7” talking plush dolls of Scrooge and the kids at Target. A second wave of figures featuring new characters and vehicles was planned and promoted during Toy Fair 2019, but Phatmojo lost the license before they could be released. A Disney Store exclusive 7-piece figurine set, 12” plushes of the kids, and Tsum Tsum plushes of Scrooge and the kids were also released. In 2019, Hallmark released a set of two miniature replica tin lunchbox and thermos ornaments adorned with promotional images. Funko, who had been producing figures based on the classic series, made a red coat variant of Scrooge in their Pop! line as an Entertainment Earth exclusive. A pin featuring the characters was made available at the Disney theme parks.
Beginning in 2017, IDW Publishing began an ongoing comic series written by Joe Caramagna, Joey Cavalieri, Steve Behling and Alessandro Ferrari, and drawn by Luca Usai, Gianfranco Florio, Andrea Greppi, Paolo Campinoti, Roberta Zanotta, Manuela Razzi, Michela Frare, Cristina Stella, Emilio Urbano, Ciro Cangialosi and Danilo Loizedda. The first four issues contained prequel stories set before the events of the show, and actually introduced Della a full year before her first actual appearance. After 20 issues (plus a #0 issue), the series was cancelled and replaced with two mini-series: Silence and Science and Faires and Scares. Starting in 2018, Disney Press released various books centered on the series. “Woo-oo!” was adapted by into a read-along storybook and CD, as well as a Cinestory Comic featuring stills from the episode. “The Living Mummies of Toth-Ra!” and “Terror of the Terrafirmians!” were adapted into a combined storybook with included stickers, and “The Missing Links of Moorshire” was adapted into an illustrated hardcover storybook by Maggie Fischer titled Duck, Duck, Golf. Solving Mysteries and Rewriting History! was written by Rob Renzetti and Rachel Vine with art by Niki Foley, and presented as a journal kept by Scrooge that received later additional notations by the kids. Media Lab Books published DuckTales Adventurer’s Guide: Explorer Skills and Outdoor Activities for Daring Kids that provided encyclopedic entries of various locations along with outdoor skills and games kids could learn. There was also a coloring and activity book, DuckTales: Doodles, and joke book, Launchpad’s Notepad: Jokes to QUACK You Up. A number of unofficial notebooks and coloring and activity books have flooded the market, sometimes combining both versions of DuckTales.
In June of 2017, an online mix-and-match character building game called All Ducked Out was released on the Disney Channel website and as an Android app. On the same day as the series preview, Disney released a mobile game called Duckburg Quest, where a player had to control the kids around Duckburg to stop Scrooge from marrying Ma Beagle. In 2019, a DuckTales-themed adventure map was released for the blocky open sandbox game Minecraft. To date, only two DVDs have been released for the series. The first, Woo-oo!, was released in December of 2017 and contained only the pilot and all 6 Welcome to Duckburg shorts. The second, Destination Adventure!, was released in June of 2018. It contained 6 episodes plus 2 episodes from the original series released to DVD for the first time. The series was made available to stream on Disney+.
“Woo-oo!” (8/12/17) – Donald and his nephews move in with his Uncle Scrooge who regains his thirst for adventure and sets out to find the Lost Jewel of Atlantis.
“The Most Dangerous Game…Night!” (10/20/18) – Tired of adventuring, Louie suggests a game night which brings out Scrooge’s competitive side and is about to be set upon by tiny manor inhabitants.
“Challenge of the Senior Junior Woodchucks!” (4/4/20) – When Violet seems to ace winning a promotion to Senior Woodchuck Huey decides to cheat and get ahead.
Welcome to Duckburg:
“Donald’s Birthday” (6/9/17) – Scrooge uses a magical candle on Donald’s cake.
“The Lost Key of Tralla La” (7/29/17) – Scrooge and the kids must escape Glomgold, who is after their latest acquisition.
“With Huey” (5/1/18) – Huey reveals his 30 favorite things.
“Andi Mack – ‘Bex’s Secret’” (5/8/18) – Webby finds a smartphone and stumbles upon some family drama on Andi Mack.
“Part 1” (5/27/18) – Webby and Dewey fall into a deathtrap that Dewey ends up activating.
“The Sidekick” (7/8/18) – Dewey launches his own talk show and quickly regrets making Webby his first guest.
“Duckburg’s Funniest Home Videos” (9/4/18) – Louie watches and comments on some funny animal videos.
“Part 1” (10/15/18) – Huey, Dewey, Louie and Webby’s epic fails.
“Launchpad” (6/27/19) – Launchpad sings his own version of the DuckTales theme and runs through the intro.
“Webby’s Top 4 Disguises” (7/23/19) – Webby recounts the best disguises seen on the show.
“Baymax Helps Launchpad” (6/29/20) – Launchpad calls Baymax while trying to order a pizza.
“Mayan Mayhem” (2/26/21) – The ducks have some misadventures exploring a Mayan temple for some treasure.
“Adventure Calls” (3/29/21) – A series of voicemails to Launchpad relays how Dewey and Louie got kidnapped by the Beagle Boys while waiting for him.