DuckTales (2017– )
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Day of the Only Child! 

Dewey invents a holiday that allows the triplets to be only children for a day, so each of them picks a dream activity to enjoy on their own only to end up being overwhelmed by it.

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Matt Youngberg (developed for television by), Francisco Angones (developed for television by) | 7 more credits »
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Episode complete credited cast:
Danny Pudi ... Huey Duck (voice)
Ben Schwartz ... Dewey Duck (voice)
Bobby Moynihan ... Louie Duck (voice)
Kate Micucci ... Webbigail Vanderquack (voice)
Beck Bennett ... Launchpad McQuack / Jr. Woodchuck 2 (voice)
John Gemberling ... Doofus Drake (voice)
Eric Bauza ... Bouncer Beagle / Big Time Beagle / Burger Beagle (voice)
Yuri Lowenthal ... Butler / DT-87 / Jr. Woodchuck 1 (voice)
Tara Platt ... Maid / Jr. Woodchuck 3 (voice)
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Dewey invents a holiday that allows the triplets to be only children for a day, so each of them picks a dream activity to enjoy on their own only to end up being overwhelmed by it.

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TV-Y7
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Release Date:

30 June 2018 (USA) See more »

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Doofus Drake was changed from the kind-hearted character in DuckTales (1987) to a more creepy and antagonistic character. Francisco Angones cites Antony, the super-powered child in The Twilight Zone: It's a Good Life (1961), as an influence on Doofus, feeling that Doofus was too nice in the original show. See more »

Quotes

Launchpad McQuack: I didn't get to be Junior Woodchuck Scoutmaster by bending the rules - I got it by crashing the bus on a field trip and all the other scoutmasters quitting!
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Referenced in DuckTales: Storkules in Duckburg! (2018) See more »

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Too many cooks and still a lack of main characters
1 July 2018 | by FredquSee all my reviews

Once again, this episode is representative of the show's tendency. To focus too much on the differentiated nephews. They are too different from each other to be considered anything like their original counterparts, but too similar to each other in both appearance and character to really be considered individual. Individualizing each triplet also fuels DT's conituing problem of having far too many characters and storylines go on at once, leaving little to no depth to each storyline, with 101 things hastily crammed into one episode. Doofus Drake is nothing like his original counterpart, which begs the question: why not just create a new character, rather than insensitively marking your territory on one of the classic characters? Donald is still practically absent from the show (despite initially being advertised as a main character as a major marketing ploy to gain more viewers), and Scrooge and even Beakley are nowhere to be seen. Confusingly, there is also almost no trace of any musical score in this episode, often leaving awkward, prolonged sequences where characters are just looking around or talking to each other in a poorly paced way, without any accompanying sounds. Perhaps it was used to create a specific, awkward atmosphere for some scenes (e.g. The Doofus scenes?). Doesn't succeed, anyway. Just gives off a sense of amateurism


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