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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })Darkwing Duck was a superhero cartoon produced by Disney that ran from 1991 to 1993. It followed the adventures of a masked duck, who was somewhere between Batman, Sandman, The Green Hornet and The Shadow, parodying many superheroic tropes and characters along the way. Nevertheless, it was one of Disney's Darker and Edgier series (not as much as Gargoyles, but it did go places that most of Disney's works wouldn't dream of going), fondly remembered for things like total aversion of Never Say "Die" and an episode featuring Satan (albeit a comical version) as the Monster of the Week (though that episode ended up getting banned from syndication).Armed with only a gas gun and a massive ego, Darkwing battled a Rogues Gallery of villains and defended the city of St. Canard — all while providing his own narration.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })Darkwing was comedically inept, hampered by his vainglory, short-sightedness, bad temper, and general klutziness. He always came through in the end, usually after being brought to his senses, and uttering the phrase, "Let's get dangerous," after which he'd really show his true skills. His other catch phrase "I am the terror..." changed pretty much every time it was used. DW always tried to make it fit his current situation, but it didn't always work.DW was assisted by his sidekick Launchpad McQuack, fresh from DuckTales (1987), his adopted daughter Gosalyn, and the youngest son of his next door neighbors, Honker Muddlefoot. He also ran into a number of other heroes, usually not starting off on the best foot due to his own ego issues. These include Gizmoduck from DuckTales (1987), the duck-turned-dinosaur Stegmutt, the fish-turned-person Neptunia, and Morgana MacCawber, a sorceress and former crook who reformed and began dating Darkwing.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_3'); })Darkwing faced a variety of villains, including the nefarious dimensional traveller NegaDuck, the comical but deadly electropath Megavolt, the plant/duck hybrid Bushroot, the scorned artist Splatter Phoenix, the insane clown Quackerjack, the movie maniac Tuskerninni, and the ruthless F.O.W.L. agents Steelbeak and Ammonia Pine. Also, some evil mind-controlling aliens that looked like hats.While the show was on TV, several complementary comic stories and illustrated books were released. Some of these were written by the show's script writers and many feature villains not in the show. This all came to an end in 1996 and the license sat dormant until 2010, when Disney revived the franchise with the announcement of a brand-new ongoing monthly comic series, starting with an arc entitled "The Duck Knight Returns", which began in June 2010. The comic ended in November 2011, with a Bat Family Crisis Crossover with the DuckTales comic where Scrooge McDuck and Darkwing join forces against the combined might of their rogues gallery as well as search for the long-missing Gizmoduck. The license then went back into a slumber until February 2015, when all 2010-2011 comics but the de-canonized crossover were reprinted as a trade by Joe Books Inc., rewritten by original editor Aaron Sparrow to better fit the show's tone and featuring a new epilogue. The comic series, continuing from the epilogue, properly started in 2016 with a monthly schedule, but was cancelled again after eight issues.There was also a well-received video game adaptation released for the Nintendo Entertainment System and Gameboy by Capcom that was effectively a shorter Mega Man (Classic) clone. There was also a TurboGrafx-16 game that was...less well received.Tropes associated with this comic go here.Has its own Shout Out page.Darkwing was on the voting roster to be in Disney Infinity. He was neck-and-neck with Mabel, but both lost to Olaf, and with Disney's cancellation of the game and departure from the gaming business, only his gas gun and the Ratcatcher managed to make it into the game, as Power Discs.Darkwing Duck makes some appearances in DuckTales (2017), both as a Show Within a Show of which Launchpad McQuack is a diehard fan and as an actual character.In January 2018, Darkwing Duck was added as a hero in Disney Heroes: Battle Mode. In a later update of the game, Gizmoduck and Megavolt were added to the roster as well.For another Disney duck superhero, check out Paperinik New Adventures; for a whole team of them, see The Mighty Ducks.
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Sure, Let's Go with That
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His reaction to situations he simply wants to resolve so that he can move on is "Hoookay-fine."
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Taking Over the Town
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Taking Over the Town: In the two parter "Just Us Justice Ducks", the Fearsome Five take out the police, S.H.U.S.H. and rewired the electric company with a unbreakable force field. This isolates St. Canard from the rest of world while they take over the city unchallenged.
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Creator Cameo
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Creator Cameo: Tad Stones provided the voice of Hammerhead during his appearance in "In Like Blunt".
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No Celebrities Were Harmed
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No Celebrities Were Harmed: In "A Star is Scorned", E. Thaddeus Rockwell and his assistant, Crosby, arrange a screening for a planned Darkwing Duck Spinoff starring Bushroot (actually a front for Rockwell to embezzle money through his expense account) with their studio head, Mr. Dizzy. Dizzy is only seen from behind, but his name, facial profile, and voice make it clear that he is the in-universe version of Walt Disney.
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Abnormal Ammo
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Abnormal Ammo: DW's gas gun could actually shoot just about anything that could fit in the barrel. Or anything that could be compressed into a pellet and then fit in the barrel. (The most obvious example being an inflatable raft.)
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If I Wanted X, I Would Y
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If I Wanted X, I Would Y: Used in "Tiff of the Titans" when Drake gives a reason for turning off the TV during a news report on Gizmoduck.
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Card-Carrying Villain
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Card-Carrying Villain: Negaduck just revels in his evilness, often notes what a rotten guy he is and his goal is to be Public Enemy #1. He was already the Evil Overlord dictator of the Mirror Universe, but "like death is never satisfied." The newly galvanized Negaduck I introduces himself as "the most fiendish terror that blacks in the darkest knight". He is Made of Evil, after all.
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Arbitrary Skepticism
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Arbitrary Skepticism: "Night of the Living Spud": "There are no vampire potatoes. Scientists who turn themselves into plants, yes. But vampire potatoes, that's ridiculous." (Ironically, Reginald Bushroot, the "scientist who turned himself into a plant" Darkwing was talking about, was the villain responsible for creating the vampire potato.) In "The Haunting of Mr. Banana Brain", Darkwing refuses to believe that the events surrounding Paddywhack's box are supernatural for some time...this despite the fact that his girlfriend is a witch.
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Nerds Are Sexy
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Nerds Are Sexy: Dr. Sara Bellum, Dr. Rhoda Dendron, and a few signs show that Gosalyn feels this way about Honker.
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Love Potion
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Love Potion: "My Valentine Ghoul".
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Darker and Edgier
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Darker and Edgier: Not on its own at all, but compared to DuckTales (1987) and Quack Pack, yeah, pretty much.
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Power Creep, Power Seep
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Power Creep, Power Seep: Liquidator lost his powers to change water temperature and create "hard water" after his only solo episode. His regular water powers seemed to get downgraded too, and in one Fearsome Five episode, he was shown being restrained by being tied to the other bad guys with a rope. A few years and a medium shift later (in the Boom! comics), apparently, he's picked up some new tricks while he was Quackwerks' water supply...
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Morphic Resonance
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Morphic Resonance: In the episode "Disguise the Limit," Darkwing and NegaDuck keep their beaks whenever they transform.
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Tempting Fate
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Tempting Fate: A constant source of humor. Taken to a hilarious extreme in "Bad Luck Duck," where a disbelieving Darkwing is struck with a bad luck curse, and constantly dares the universe to prove it. It does, of course.
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Parents in Distress
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Your Mom
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Your Mom: In "Mutantcy on the Bouncy", Darkwing sets off Cement Head by telling him that his mother wears cement overshoes.
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Dummied Out: Rare not Video Game example, villain Anna Matronic was created as a possible enemy for Darkwing, but never showed up in any episodes aside from a brief crowd cameo during "In Like Blunt". She ended up having a few appearances in the books (such as "The Silly Canine Caper") and comics.
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Punishment Box
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Punishment Box: One shows up in "Double Darkwings" when Darkwing is wrongfully imprisoned. It's a literal small box in which he gets stuffed.
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Little Miss Badass
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Little Miss Badass: Gosalyn, so very much.
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Right Behind Me
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Right Behind Me: In "Merchant of Menace", Darkwing turns around to see Grizzlikoff glaring at him and turning red with anger after he just referred to him as a buffoon.
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Or My Name Isn't...
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Or My Name Isn't...: In "Darkly Dawns the Duck", Launchpad beats up Darkwing (who he thinks is an intruder), yelling, "Nobody messes with the airplanes in my hangar, or my name isn't Launchpad McQuack!"
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Unreliable Narrator
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Unreliable Narrator: Darkwing's self-provided narration is often at least slightly at odds with what he's actually doing as he says it. Then, of course, there's that one origin story of his...
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Only Six Faces
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And the two identical-looking managers Darkwing has had to deal with when they try to cancel/overuse his show.
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Defeat Means Friendship
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Defeat Means Friendship: Lampshaded and mocked in "The Haunting Of Mr. Banana Brain" when Darkwing and Quackerjack have Paddywhack at their mercy after simply laughing off the pranks he plays on them and then playing several pranks on him.
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Always Someone Better
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Always Someone Better: Negaduck is only the No. 2 enemy of St. Canard, right under Dr. Slug. Gizmoduck is this to Darkwing, always topping the superhero charts and leaving the much maligned Darkwing dead last. (framed picture in screen corner switches to upside-down photo of Darkwing)
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Daddy's Girl: Gosalyn. She and Drake/Darkwing may argue a lot, but she adores him, and he adores her and goes into full Papa Wolf mode if someone even threatens to harm her. Since she has no mother figure, she is also feisty and tomboyish and is eager to join her dad in fighting crime (he's not so keen on the idea as he doesn't like seeing her endanger herself).
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Single Woman Seeks Good Man: Tia is interested in Launchpad because he's kind, has a good heart, and taught her how to laugh and have fun.
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Always Know a Pilot: Darkwing encounters Launchpad by accident when he crashes through his ceiling during an opening chase with Taurus Bulba. This comes in handy a few days later when Darkwing needs a plane and a pilot to get to Bulba's floating fortress.
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The Chick
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Morgana is The Chick, able to use her feminine wiles and magical abilities to charm, then defeat the team's enemies.
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The Ghost
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The Ghost: There was a repeated mention that the city's most wanted criminal was someone named Dr. Slug, but the only time we see him was right before the episode cut away to a narration about the human brain told by Darkwing directly to the audience.
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The Rival
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The Rival: Duckburg's own hometown superhero, Gizmoduck. The irony being that his alter ego, Fenton Crackshell, more than likely wouldn't stand a chance against Drake one on one sans his robotic armor. Unless their confrontation somehow involved counting piles of stuff.
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Wicked Cultured
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Wicked Cultured: Tuskernini. A film director-turned into professional criminal, Tuskernini acts as sophisticated but is quite ruthless.
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Playing with Fire
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Playing with Fire: Comet Guy can do this. Also Hotshot from the episode "Heavy Mental".
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Villain Song: The episode "Paraducks" has the King sing a song where he brags about what a skilled thief he is. Darkwing eventually defeats the King while singing a heroic reprise of the song about how no criminal can elude him.
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Overly Narrow Superlative
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Overly Narrow Superlative: In "Dead Duck", Darkwing tells Launchpad that he was the best sidekick he ever had. He then comments that Launchpad was the only sidekick he ever had.
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Heterosexual Life-Partners
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Heterosexual Life-Partners: DW and Launchpad. Darkwing called Launchpad his "sidekick", but the dynamic was different. There's even less explanation for his living in DW's civilian house, plus Launchpad didn't even bother with a Secret Identity. Launchpad gets on Darkwing's nerves a lot of the time, but they do fight together and raise Gosalyn together. However, Launchpad keeps his status as a Chick Magnet from DuckTales (1987) (one episode even focuses on him almost marrying an alien queen) and Darkwing has a steady girlfriend, Morgana McCawber, who he was to have married had the series continued.
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Papa Wolf
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Papa Wolf: Darkwing for Gosalyn. Generally, putting her in danger is an easy way to prompt him to show just how competent he really is. While he's less successful at it, Launchpad is also protective of Gosalyn. In "Dead Duck", when Darkwing is in ghost form and can't protect her, Launchpad tries to step up to the plate. (Unfortunately, he gets curb-stomped by Megavolt during the following scene cut.)
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Cruel and Unusual Death
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Cruel and Unusual Death: Being fed to giant slugs is this, in Darkwing's opinion, something one villain tries to pull on him an Launchpad. (Fortunately, they manage to escape.)
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Breaking the Fourth Wall
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Breaking the Fourth Wall: "Is it going to do that every time someone says 'the Library of Forbidden Spells'?"
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Out of Control Popcorn
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Out Of Control Popcorn: When Launchpad, Gosalyn, and Honker get trapped in a popping popcorn machine, Honker knocks over another pack of it inside; causing so much popcorn to pop that it breaks the glass of the machine, allowing them to escape.
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Resurrect the Villain
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comment
Resurrect the Villain: F.O.W.L. does this to Taurus Bulba in "Steerminator." He's not at all pleased with his new robot body and trashes the place.
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Obstructive Bureaucrat
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Obstructive Bureaucrat: Agent Grizzlikoff.
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Darkwing Duck / int_1f799027
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Nigh-Invulnerability
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Nigh-Invulnerability: There are two of these characters. The Liquidator is a villain made out of water. And Dr. Bushroot, a mutant plant/duck, can regenerate after being run over by a running lawn mower.
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Darkwing Duck / int_1f7c89f6
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In the Name of the Moon
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In the Name of the Moon: "I am the terror..."
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Darkwing Duck / int_20b593e9
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The Scottish Trope
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The Scottish Trope: An eerie music piece starts playing every time somebody says 'The Library of Forbidden Spells'. It is discussed by Darkwing and Morgana's father.
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Toothy Bird
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comment
Toothy Bird: Quackerjack is the most prominent example, even to the point that his teeth jump out of his bill (leaving it limp) at the threat of a dentist drill. However, other characters have been seen with teeth now and then. Steelbeak has teeth under his metal bill, and one of the shadowy FOWL leaders is sometimes drawn with vampire-like fangs. Paddywhack and his huge fanged beak.
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Non-Mammal Mammaries
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Non-Mammal Mammaries: Despite her mutation, Neptunia has a pretty ample bust for a fish lady. Also many of the female bird characters in general.
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Darkwing Duck / int_23d6eccb
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Ascended Fanboy
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Ascended Fanboy: Launchpad was Darkwing Duck's biggest fan before becoming his sidekick.
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Darkwing Duck / int_246c5b47
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Subverted Catch Phrase
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Subverted Catchphrase: In "Malice's Restaurant":
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Scary Impractical Armor
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Scary Impractical Armor: Gosalyn is transported into a future where Darkwing Duck becomes unquestioned dictator of the world. In order to make her his ultimate sidekick, he gives her gifts, including a very imposing scary suit of battle armor. The only drawback to it was that she wasn't able to move. But she sure looked impressive.
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Captain Ersatz
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Captain Ersatz: Most of D.W.'s Rogues Gallery were obvious villain archetypes, but Dr. Reginald Bushroot's name and powers both evoke Dr. Jason Woodrue, the "Floronic Man" from The DCU. Liquidator's powers are similar to those of the Spider-Man villain Hydro-Man and his origin is suspiciously similar to how Jack Napier became The Joker. Megavolt, meanwhile, has much of the powers and personality of Marvel Comics' Electro with just a dash of Magneto thrown in, and Darkwing himself heavily resembles Batman, up to the point of having a gender-flipped Robin.
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Darkwing Duck / int_25b5600
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Emergency Transformation
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Emergency Transformation: Taurus Bulba. He wasn't too thrilled.
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Darkwing Duck / int_2630ef75
 Darkwing Duck / int_26ac510e
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Mythology Gag
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comment
Mythology Gag: The Donald Duck-style caps in "Water Way to Go." Fenton Crackshell visits Launchpad in one episode (since GizmoDuck is investigating in St. Canard), prompting this allusion to Launchpad's past: In "U.F.Foe", Ripcord, Launchpad's father who appeared in an episode of DuckTales, makes a cameo. One episode has Launchpad feeding some doggie treats to a chihuahua. He mentions the brand name as Canine Crunchies, which are from a commercial shown in 101 Dalmatians. Another episode has Gosalyn offer Launchpad a Coo Coo Cola - a brand of soda from an episode of Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers.
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Darkwing Duck / int_26ac510e
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This Is My Side
 Darkwing Duck / int_26e7f210
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This Is My Side: The trope of drawing a line to divide an area between two people angry at each other is used in the episode "Bad Tidings" during Darking and Grizzlikoff's tiff.
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Darkwing Duck / int_26e7f210
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Furry Confusion
 Darkwing Duck / int_27a40541
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Furry Confusion: As typical with Disney Duck media, anthropomorphic and non-anthropomorphic animals of the same species coexist. For example, "Battle of the Brainteasers" features non-anthropomorphic sheep and cow, when Taurus Bulba and his minions Hoof and Mouth are an anthropomorphic bull, donkey and ram respectively.
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Camp Straight
 Darkwing Duck / int_27c09b00
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Camp Straight: Bushroot, who has all the makings of a Sissy Villain with his florid manner of appearance, is nevertheless very much into women romantically.
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Darkwing Duck / int_27c09b00
 Darkwing Duck / int_286141a2
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Unexpectedly Dark Episode
 Darkwing Duck / int_286141a2
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Unexpectedly Dark Episode: Darkwing Duck may have been much Darker and Edgier by the standards of The Disney Afternoon, but it's a Disney show; even with the characters averting Never Say "Die" and really dark things happening it's still lighthearted and comedic by most shows' standards. Then we get "Time and Punishment", an episode in which Gosalyn visits a Bad Future caused by Darkwing reinventing himself as a Knight Templar after she disappeared. While Darkwarrior had a fairly humorous ideal (based largely on Disproportionate Retribution for crimes like jaywalking) the episode he was in, for the most part, took itself seriously. The episode Beauty and the Beet has been called by Wikipedia as the darkest episode of the show and for a good reason. It has elements of a Sci-Fi and a horror story with Bushroot mutating himself into a half plant half duck monstrosity and snapping after being emotionally abused and violently murdering his enemies. And apart from a few puns during an autopsy scene all this is played grimly straight.
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Small Name, Big Ego
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Small Name, Big Ego: Darkwing's massive ego ("the size of a small planet") is usually what he needs to overcome in most episodes in order to save the day. Despite being an actually competent hero (once that particular obstacle is handled), he is largely ignored by the general public, and what notice he DOES garner is typically negative or disapproving (usually for comic effect). Funnily enough, only his Rogues Gallery seems to give him any credit at all.
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Bilingual Bonus
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Bilingual Bonus: "St. Canard" is French for "St. Duck"
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Darkwing Duck / int_294ed981
 Darkwing Duck / int_2a7e7af1
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Limited Wardrobe
 Darkwing Duck / int_2a7e7af1
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Limited Wardrobe: Launchpad's apparent lack of another outfit came up in passing more than once.
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Darkwing Duck / int_2a7e7af1
 Darkwing Duck / int_2ea916dc
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To the Batpole!
 Darkwing Duck / int_2ea916dc
comment
To the Batpole!: As noted above, the secret recliner entrance to his base.
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Darkwing Duck / int_2ea916dc
 Darkwing Duck / int_2f62653b
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Borrowed Catchphrase
 Darkwing Duck / int_2f62653b
comment
Borrowed Catchphrase: Gosalyn borrows her father's catchphrases all the time - pretty much everything except "I am the terror..." (and even that she at least tried to borrow once). She even occasionally inherits the gags around them: for example, when she uses her dad's "yep, yep, yep," catchphrase she tends to get the Tempting Fate gag the comes with it.
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Darkwing Duck / int_2f62653b
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Husky Russkie
 Darkwing Duck / int_2f72ded5
comment
Husky Russkie: Agent Grizzlikoff is Russian as well as large and strong.
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Darkwing Duck / int_2f72ded5
 Darkwing Duck / int_301476a3
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Car Meets House
 Darkwing Duck / int_301476a3
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Car Meets House: In "Darkly Dawns the Duck", Launchpad crashes the Ratcatcher and a car through the walls of the prison and Gosalyn's orphanage, respectively.
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Darkwing Duck / int_301476a3
 Darkwing Duck / int_308a5ff0
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Strange Minds Think Alike
 Darkwing Duck / int_308a5ff0
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Strange Minds Think Alike: In "Bad Luck Duck", both Gosalyn and Negaduck think that Darkwing's fan club looks more like a fundraiser for the Save the Geeks foundation.
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Darkwing Duck / int_308a5ff0
 Darkwing Duck / int_313e9485
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Hero with Bad Publicity
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Hero with Bad Publicity: Darkwing counts for this so much it's not even funny, though the reason varies depending on the episode, even when the villains aren't trying to smear him. It makes perfect sense when you realize that Darkwing is an homage to Batman, after all.
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Darkwing Duck / int_313e9485
 Darkwing Duck / int_319e4a2f
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Even Evil Has Standards
 Darkwing Duck / int_319e4a2f
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Even Evil Has Standards: Humorously subverted in "Trading Faces". Long story short, Darkwing and Gosalyn and Launchpad and Honker switched bodies and have to get past some FOWL agents guarding a gate. Darkwing (who is still inside Gosalyn's body) decides to use Gosalyn's and Honker's bodies to appeal to the guards' better nature. After running around, crying that Honker stole "her" ball, the two guards seem to be disgusted by "Honker's" actions...only to congratulate him for his nastiness, suggesting that he takes after themselves, and offer to beat up "Gosalyn" for him.
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Tuxedo and Martini
 Darkwing Duck / int_31d55275
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Tuxedo and Martini: Derek Blunt is a blatant James Bond stand-in.
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Arch-Enemy
 Darkwing Duck / int_32da548d
comment
Arch-Enemy: D.W. has a habit of calling every enemy of his his archenemy for the sake of being dramatic, but it's more or less between Negaduck: his evil counterpart who matches him in every insidious way possible, Megavolt: the villain with whom he shares an origin and with whom he has fought the longest (having had more appearances than any other), and Dr. Slug: ostensibly the most dangerous villain he has ever faced, who has never shown up on camera for more than five seconds. Megavolt is flattered that Darkwing Duck considers him his archnemesis.
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Darkwing Duck / int_32da548d
 Darkwing Duck / int_333b48a6
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Thememobile
 Darkwing Duck / int_333b48a6
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Thememobile: Thunderquack, Ratcatcher. Unusual for this trope, it's only their looks. Their names are completely unrelated to Darkwing's motif.
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Bad Guys Do the Dirty Work
 Darkwing Duck / int_34579385
comment
Bad Guys Do the Dirty Work: Occurs quite often with plans Gone Horribly Right or Gone Horribly Wrong when they find themselves having to clean up their own messes; inverted on at least one occasion in "Stressed To Kill" when Megavolt and Quackerjack managed to set the city on fire and had to bring in Darkwing Duck to fix things.
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 Darkwing Duck / int_3496b29a
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Heart Is an Awesome Power
 Darkwing Duck / int_3496b29a
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Heart Is an Awesome Power: In Episode 85, it is revealed that Lauchpad's favourite superhero is a very cute furball called Franky Ferret, known for his Friend Power. Gosalyn and Darkwing scoff at the concept, but later learn that turning an enemy into a friend is in fact quite effective.
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 Darkwing Duck / int_34dcfc96
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Kick the Dog
 Darkwing Duck / int_34dcfc96
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Not used word for word but definitely felt by Gosalyn, Launchpad and Honker in "Duck Blind" where Megavolt has one of his worst Kick the Dog moments by indirectly mocking Darkwing's blindness and alerting the gang at the same time that he is aware of it.
 Darkwing Duck / int_34dcfc96
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 Darkwing Duck / int_3502f0ce
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Someday This Will Come in Handy
 Darkwing Duck / int_3502f0ce
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Someday This Will Come in Handy: Invoked with transparent foreshadowing by Darkwing's mentors in his origin story (as he tells it to Gosalyn anyhow)
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 Darkwing Duck / int_3517000d
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Mad Scientist
 Darkwing Duck / int_3517000d
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Mad Scientist: Bushroot was a botanist who ended up accidentally mutating himself into a plant creature and continues conducting bizarre experiments having to do with plants.
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Just Eat Gilligan
 Darkwing Duck / int_35543514
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Just Eat Gilligan: Pellican gets eaten by a dinosaur in Pellican's Island.
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 Darkwing Duck / int_356b1efb
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Hammerspace
 Darkwing Duck / int_356b1efb
comment
Hammerspace: The place around Darkwing's cape where he keeps his gadgets.
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 Darkwing Duck / int_35f57671
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Minion with an F in Evil
 Darkwing Duck / int_35f57671
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Minion with an F in Evil: Stegmutt and Webby.
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Darkwing Duck / int_35f57671
 Darkwing Duck / int_36135fb0
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Official Couple
 Darkwing Duck / int_36135fb0
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Official Couple: Darkwing and Morgana, who were eventually going to get married and have kids together down the line if the show had continued. Well, they might have that chance in the comics.
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 Darkwing Duck / int_36754cc7
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 Darkwing Duck / int_36754cc7
comment
Used in "Trading Faces" when Gosalyn has switched brains with Darkwing and the two pretend to be one another to avoid suspicion. Gosalyn in Drake Mallard's body scolds Darkwing in Gosalyn's body by telling him that "[he is] grounded for life and [his] allowance is suspended until further notice", then tells her adoptive father it is fun to yell at him like he yells at her. Darkwing in Gosalyn's body claims that he never yells at her like that, but when he sees that his car has been crashed into the stairs, he nearly repeats Gosalyn's scolding word for word before stopping himself at the last minute.
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 Darkwing Duck / int_36c64123
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Gentle Giant
 Darkwing Duck / int_36c64123
comment
Gentle Giant: Launchpad is over a head taller than Darkwing and is quite muscular... and has a big heart to match, always there to help Darkwing out of the many difficult spots he gets into. Though not a full-size Stegosaurus, Stegmutt is still larger than most of the regular cast and can knock people flying with his tail, but he has a childlike innocence that makes it difficult for him to believe even the most Obviously Evil villains (such as Dr. Fossil, who turned him into a dinosaur to begin with) could be malicious.
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Person of Mass Destruction
 Darkwing Duck / int_36c94bed
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When the original Negaduck becomes supercharged as an energy-throwing, telekinetic Person of Mass Destruction, his creator Megavolt is looking forward to all the crimes they will commit together. Negaduck scoffs at him and says that committing crimes is small potatoes, but complete destruction of everything is what he is really into.
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 Darkwing Duck / int_3754b680
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Temporary Blindness
 Darkwing Duck / int_3754b680
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Temporary Blindness: This happens to Darkwing in the episode "Duck Blind".
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 Darkwing Duck / int_37690091
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Stable Time Loop
 Darkwing Duck / int_37690091
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Stable Time Loop: Apparently, young Drakey Mallard was bullied as a boy, until a time-travelling hero came back and showed him how to stand up for himself. He eventually grew up to be Darkwing Duck, and one day, he got his hands on SHUSH's time golf cart and ended up back in the days of his childhood. He then saw a robbery taking place and arrested the thugs, inspiring a nearby boy to stand up for himself. Three guesses who the boy was?
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Illogical Safe
 Darkwing Duck / int_38283c6e
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Illogical Safe: Darkwing's breakfast Death Course causes his fridge to launch into the air and land on top of him if he forgets the milk. He ends up inside the fridge; amusingly injured, dazed, and holding a jug of milk.
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We Will Meet Again
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We Will Meet Again: Professor Moliarty's debut episode "That Sinking Feeling" ends with the villain burrowing underground and promising that he'll return to fight Darkwing another time.
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Wily Walrus
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Wily Walrus: The walrus Tuskernini is a failed film director turned supervillain. He is also an Expy of the Batman villain The Penguin.
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Flying Car
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Flying Car: Steelbeak has one in the comics.
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Hand in the Hole
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Hand in the Hole: in "The Haunting of Mr. Banana Brain". Darkwing puts his hand in Paddywhack's box. Nothing happens, but he decides to rib Launchpad by pretending something is happening.
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The Smart Guy
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Neptunia is The Smart Guy. She is short and antisocial and resents being called upon to save the surface world (with which she has a rather adversarial relationship), but tends to be one of the more skilled of the group at strategy.
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 Darkwing Duck / int_3b4773de
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Something Completely Different
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Something Completely Different: Used word-for-word in an episode that transplanted the main characters onto the high seas with the Fearsome Five as pirates.
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Glory Seeker
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Glory Seeker: Darkwing of course! It usually takes a direct threat to Gosalyn to snap him out of it.
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Noodle Incident
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Noodle Incident: "Need I remind you of the time with the floor waxer, the jar of peanut butter, and my VCR?" "Yep, she's blacked out the whole city again." Gosalyn is responsible for quite a few of these. Although she has no idea how a pig got into the boys' bathroom.
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 Darkwing Duck / int_3c3f28a5
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Blessed with Suck
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Blessed with Suck: Some of the mutants recruited by the Rubber Chicken to fight Cement Head in "Mutantcy on the Bouncy" have completely useless abilities. Sneeze Master can only display cold symptoms at will, while Banana Boy can only turn into an anthropomorphic banana that wears a blue cape.
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Forgot to Mind Their Head
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Forgot to Mind Their Head: Gosalyn is looking around a horrific alternate St. Canard when she happens upon Launchpad fixing a taxi. She calls to him, causing him to spring upnote (with good reason, because in this St. Canard, neither he nor Darkwing has seen her for twenty years) and strike his head on the undercarriage of the taxi.
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Captain Obvious
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Captain Obvious: Launchpad. Especially in "A Brush With Oblivion". In another episode, as Darkwing and Launchpad are chasing a villain:
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Super Hero Origin
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Super Hero Origin: Several different mutually-conflicting ones, actually, thanks to the Negative Continuity. Or just Unreliable Narrator.
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Shorter Means Smarter
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Shorter Means Smarter: Honker is the shortest member of his family, and along with Gosalyn, one of the shortest members of the series, and he is easily one of the smartest. This is inverted with Dr. Sara Bellum, who is one of the taller members of the show, but still one of the most brilliant. Darkwing is one of the shortest adult characters in the show and is one of the smartest, certainly smarter than his towering sidekick, Launchpad.
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Most Definitely Not Accompanying Us
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Most Definitely Not Accompanying Us: Every episode, Darkwing tries to get Gosalyn to stay safe at home while he goes after the bad guy... and every episode, he fails.
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Malaproper
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Malaproper: Grizzlikof has a tendency to mistake the words he intends to say with similar-sounding ones.
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make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Shapeshifter Swansong
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Shapeshifter Swan Song: Camille Chameleon gets a spectacular one when Darkwing figures that chameleons are very sensitive to temperature changes.
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Big Brother Bully
 Darkwing Duck / int_41d50d81
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Played straight with Tank Muddlefoot, Honker's redheaded Big Brother Bully. Yes, he's a bully, not a supervillain, but he's never really nice.
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Fluffy the Terrible
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Fluffy the Terrible: Literally; the Disney Adventures comics featured a villainous super-intelligent kitten named Fluffy. In one episode, Darkwing wrestles an African tribesman named "he of Delicate Bone Structure" who is three times Darkwing's size.
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A.I. Is a Crapshoot
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A.I. Is a Crapshoot: D-2000 from the episode Star Crossed Circuits.
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Elemental Powers
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Elemental Powers: Three members of the Fearsome Five have one. Bushroot can control plant life, Megavolt has electrical powers, and the Liquidator is made of living water.
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Fade Around the Eyes
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Fade Around the Eyes: Negaduck does this in one episode. An interesting example in that he doesn't directly face the screen, but that doesn't prevent the black screen around his eyes from being just as intimidating as the other examples. In the episode "Time and Punishment", after Darkwarrior refuses to let Gosalyn Set Right What Once Went Wrong, the screen fades until all that can be seen are his eyes.
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Vain Sorceress
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Vain Sorceress: Morgana. The series' resident witch has some moments of vanity.
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Pretty in Mink
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Pretty in Mink: In the "Darkwing Doubloon" episode, Herb and Binkie were the king and queen, and Binkie wore a dress with an ermine-trimmed hem.
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Beach Episode
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Beach Episode: "Something Fishy"
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 Darkwing Duck / int_45007296
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Metaphorgotten
 Darkwing Duck / int_45007296
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Metaphorgotten: Most of the variable phrases in his "I am the terror that flaps in the night" go more than a bit more into detail of the metaphor than is necessary.
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Smart Jerk and Nice Moron
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Smart Jerk and Nice Moron: Though Darkwing is the primary protagonist of Saint Canard, he's also a Large Ham, temperamental, and snarky enough to meet Anti-Hero specs. His sidekick Launchpad is less brainy than Darkwing, but makes up for that with a more affable and generous demeanor. Launchpad tends to receive the brunt of Darkwing's irritation with anything, but the other duck does have a semi-concealed soft spot for him. Additionally, sometimes the dynamic gets flipped given that Darkwing can become Too Clever by Half at times, while Launchpad proves himself wiser than his comrade or notices things he misses.
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Adult Fear
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Adult Fear: In the second Taurus Bulba episode, Darkwing had broken both his legs before the episode started and was confined to a wheelchair. Knowing that his daughter is in danger and not being able to properly protect her... In general, the show milked DW's reactions to Gosalyn being in danger for all they were worth. One episode had Darkwing completely give up crime fighting, in fear of dying and leaving Gosalyn alone (or worse, being raised by Launchpad).
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Mistaken for Thief
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Mistaken for Thief: In the pilot, Darkwing is accused of a train robbery that was actually committed by a villain named Taurus Bulba.
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Theme Tune Cameo
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Theme Tune Cameo: Megavolt in "The Frequency Fiends" sings the series' theme song to himself while flying a kite in a thunderstorm in an attempt to clear his sinuses. After a few seconds, he grumbles, "I just can't get that song out of my head!"
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Latex Perfection
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Latex Perfection: The episode "Merchant of Menace" has Weasel Lowman wear a ridiculously lifelike mask to impersonate Herbert Muddlefoot.
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Jerk with a Heart of Gold
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Jerk with a Heart of Gold: DW is a mild example — he may be vain, bad-tempered, and a gloryhog, but he's a hero to the core and deeply cares about his friends and family. Agent Grizzlikoff is another example. He hates Darkwing's showboating antics, sometimes with good reason, and tries to sabotage him whenever possible, but when the chips are down "Grizz" is an intensely loyal SHUSH agent.
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Jerk with a Heart of Jerk
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Jerk with a Heart of Jerk: Tank shows a very rare Pet the Dog moment with Honker when his younger brother gets grounded after being falsely accused of a crime and he helps him out to try to expose the real thief. As it turns out, he was just trying to get Honker out of the house so he could tattle on him to their parents and get him punished even further.
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Would Hurt a Child
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Would Hurt a Child: Dark Warrior Duck has no problem throwing Gosalyn in jail and threatening her with a missile loaded gun, although this is actually subverted as he couldn't bring himself to fire the gun, which led to his defeat during this distraction. Taurus Bulba was perfectly fine with having Gosalyn fall to her death in episode 2. Note that Taurus is specifally Gosalyn's enemy and initially could not care less about Darkwing. Megavolt tries to kill Gosalyn in "Dead Duck" as part of a TV program. However, it was All Just a Dream...Or Was It a Dream?
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 Darkwing Duck / int_479f9ad0
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Characterization Marches On
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Characterization Marches On: In some early episodes, Gosalyn was part of a group of four friends with Honker, Tank, and a tall skinny chick (young chicken, not girl) with a black flat top. Tank was redone into Honker's bullying older brother and the tall chick came down with a case of Chuck Cunningham Syndrome.
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Fish People
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Fish People: Neptunia was transformed from an ordinary fish into an anthropomorphic fish by toxic chemicals dumped into the sea off St. Canard.
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Emotion Eater
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Emotion Eater: Paddywhack from "The Haunting of Mr. Banana Brain", who feeds on humiliation and misery. Darkwing and Quackerjack beat him by laughing at the demon.
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Butt-Monkey
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Butt-Monkey: Bad stuff tends to happen to Megavolt. It's hilarious. Bushroot takes it more on the chin than anyone else in the series. Even the other members of the Fearsome Five take cheap shots at him. For example, when four of them are in jail in "Jail Bird" and Darkwing gets himself sent to the same prison under the name "Demolition Duck", the villains are initially not fooled by his disguise and rush him, until... This applies to Darkwing most of the time. His ego sets him up for a lot of slapstick abuse, perhaps the crowning example coming in "Just Us Justice Ducks" when a sarcastic remark by Darkwing inspires the Liquidator and Bushroot to trick Stegmutt into thinking they are pretending Darkwing is on fire, prompting him to bash Darkwing against the ground repeatedly while exclaiming, "Put out the Darkwing! Put out the Darkwing!" Steelbeak. Guaranteed that whenever Steelbeak is the baddie of the week he's going to take the lion's share of the abuse in that episode.
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Batman Parody
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Batman Parody: Darkwing has a similar bat mask, dark outfit, cape, automobile and even shows a similar light signal across the street.
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Give Me a Sword
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Give Me a Sword: In the episode "Quack of Ages" Darkwing calls out, "Men, a sword!" — and is promptly buried under a mound of blades, from under which comes a feeble, "Men, a tourniquet."
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make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Mad Libs Catch Phrase
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Mad Libs Catch Phrase: The second sentence of Darkwing's entrance, after "I am the terror that flaps in the night!" Also, "Let's Get Dangerous" is often changed to fit the situation, usually Played for Laughs. Over the course of the series, we got versions like:
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Happily Adopted
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Happily Adopted: Gosalyn never has "you're not my real dad!" issues with Darkwing. Which may have had something to do with the fact she was already orphaned at the start of the series and living with her grandfather. Also, she was effectively a young female version of Darkwing/Drake, and he knows it.
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I Know Kung-Faux
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I Know Kung-Faux: Darkwing knows Quack Fu.
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Oh Wait, This Is My Grocery List
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Oh Wait, This Is My Grocery List: "In Like Blunt" and in "Beauty and the Beet."
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Planimal
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Planimal: Dr. Bushroot, who turned himself into a half-plant, half-duck in an experiment Gone Horribly Right.
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One Head Taller
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One Head Taller: Morgana to Darkwing.
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Personality Powers
 Darkwing Duck / int_4bf3d8d7
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In "Frequency Fiends", Darkwing's new SHUSH weapon hits Gosalyn and creates three clones of her with Personality Powers, who are eventually captured and trapped somewhere. Megavolt, who helps with the capture, warns the protagonists that the evil clones could come back if they wanted - all they'd need was a particular device. The screen fades to black, and then the clones appear onscreen, the leader saying "Hey, kid...we need you to get something for us." All three of them suddenly lean forward, giggling "Pretty pleeeaaase?" The device in question is a Particle Accelerator, which becomes doubly funny when you get older and realize that CR Ts, found in every television set in the world back then, are particle accelerators.
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 Darkwing Duck / int_4c8a0849
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Mirror Universe
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NegaDuck, for his part, has been presented in two different forms (one as a Bizarro version of Darkwing Duck created when Megavolt zapped him with a machine of his, and the other as an immigrant from the Negaverse in which nearly everyone's morality is reversed). They both share a love for committing crimes and an obsessive hatred for cute little fluffy bunnies, and might as well be the same person, but no story indicating them to be the exact same character has ever been written.
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Misfit Mobilization Moment
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Misfit Mobilization Moment: Darkwing overcoming his solo glory greed to join the force of the Justice Ducks to beat the Fearsome Five. Also, Negaduck declaring the Fearsome Five a team to take down St. Canard. It triggers a two-part episode cliffhanger. Darkwing Duck teams up with the Fearsome Four and the friendly Four to defeat Negaduck in two episodes.
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Glass Smack and Slide
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Glass Smack and Slide: In "Water Way to Go", Darkwing, propelled by a sandstorm, smacks against the windshield of Launchpad's car. Also happens in another episode where Darkwing tries to stop the villains by standing in front of their van.
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Early Installment Weirdness
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Early Installment Weirdness: In "That Sinking Feeling" (the original, Disney Channel-aired pilot, as opposed to the syndicated produced "Darkly Dawns the Duck" 1-hour special) Darkwing's Mad Libs Catch Phrase simply... wasn't. It was always stated as "I am the terror that flaps in the night, I am the winged scourge the pecks at your nightmares, I am Darkwing Duck!" The Running Gag of always changing up the second saying in his Badass Boast into something silly wasn't used until later episodes. Another example is Mr. Banana Brain's design. In "Whiffle While You Work", the episode that introduces Quackerjack, he looked more like a full-on parody of Mr. Potato Head and was merely an explosive used by Quackerjack to cover his escape. All his other appearances made him look less like Mr. Potato Head and had him become a ventriloquist dummy used by Quackerjack.
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Smug Super
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Smug Super: GizmoDuck and Darkwing are dueling Smug Supers (though Darkwing imagines GizmoDuck is worse than he actually is). Darkwing's got a better record, GizmoDuck has better powers, and neither wants the other to forget it.
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Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me
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Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: DW's cape in the Nintendo game.
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The Big Guy
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Stegmutt is The Big Guy. He's not very bright and is incredibly naive and childlike, but his huge size and strength are valuable assets to the Justice Ducks when properly directed.
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Little Miss Snarker
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Little Miss Snarker: Gosalyn, coupled with Little Miss Badass in many episodes.
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Disproportionate Retribution
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When Honker is held responsible for an art theft in "A Brush With Oblivion" that was actually committed by the villain Splatter Phoenix, his parents ground him in his room. His father makes a list of things Honker isn't allowed to have, including going out, having friends over, watching television, and sunlight, food, and water. His wife points out that those last few items are a bit excessive. Later, Herb grounds Honker for life as soon as he's bailed out of jail, only to change it to ten years when Binkie complains.
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Crazy-Prepared
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Crazy-Prepared: He is a parody of Batman, after all.
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Fat Bastard
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Fat Bastard: Tuskernini. A relatively fat film director with villainous schemes.
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Self-Disposing Villain
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Self-Disposing Villain: Discussed in Episode 36 ("Dry Hard"):
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All Your Powers Combined
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All Your Powers Combined: NegaDuck once made a device that allowed him to siphon all of the various superpowers of Darkwing's Rogues Gallery into himself: liquid body, plant control, electrical powers, etc. Unfortunately, he also got Quackerjack's wackiness in the deal too, which was...less useful.
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Narrator
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Narrator: Darkwing, a couple times. He is usually an Interactive Narrator, as well - most prominently "Inside Binkie's Brain" and "The Haunting Of Mr. Banana Brain," which are both centered around narration having just as much going on (to the point of cutting away from the action at several points) as the plot.
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Doppelgänger Gets Same Sentiment
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Doppelgänger Gets Same Sentiment: In the episode "Life, the Negaverse, and Everything", Darkwing finds himself in an alternate universe. He immediately becomes as fiercely protective of Nega-Gosalyn as he is of his own Gosalyn. This girl is apparently Negaduck's adoptive daughter.
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I Love Nuclear Power
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I Love Nuclear Power: A bunch of people got mutant superpowers thanks to their parents being exposed to various radioactive items. Darkwing was envious of all their powers, and supposed he'd just get a rash if he was exposed to something radioactive.
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I Work Alone
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I Work Alone: Darkwing. Mostly in "Darkly Dawns the Duck" and "Just Us Justice Ducks", where he actively refuses help so he can defeat Taurus Bulba and the Fearsome Five, respectively, alone. He eventually overcomes this attitude.
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Let's Get Dangerous!
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Let's Get Dangerous!: The Trope Namer. Darkwing is actually staggeringly competent as a superhero, it's just that his ego and inability to play well with others hold him back. Once he conquers those (however temporarily), he almost always resolves whatever issue is facing him. Usually within mere moments.
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10-Minute Retirement
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10-Minute Retirement: Darkwing himself. When the events of an episode caused his self-confidence to erode or drove him to despair, he would proclaim his intentions to quit the case and his hero career. Shortly after, seeing someone he cared about in danger or convinced that his heroism is needed, Darkwing would jump back in action. Most of his "retirements" did not last more than a couple of hours in-universe.
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Dark Is Not Evil
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Dark Is Not Evil: Played for Laughs with Death. He's just doing his job and is upset that people view him as an evil entity.
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Super Speed
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Super Speed: "Going Nowhere Fast" has Darkwing gain super speed.
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Green Rocks
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Green Rocks: Canardium, a green radioactive element used as a power source. It also caused a spider to grow large and sentient.
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Snark-to-Snark Combat
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Gosalyn and Darkwing. They engage in Snark-to-Snark Combat regularly.
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Catchphrase Interruptus
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Catchphrase Interruptus: Every other time DW does his "I Am The Terror" schtick, he gets interrupted.
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Eviler Than Thou
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Eviler Than Thou: When the original Negaduck becomes supercharged as an energy-throwing, telekinetic Person of Mass Destruction, his creator Megavolt is looking forward to all the crimes they will commit together. Negaduck scoffs at him and says that committing crimes is small potatoes, but complete destruction of everything is what he is really into. While Quackerjack himself is a Villainous Harlequin, he is far more comedic and ineffectual than the Monster Clown Paddywhack, who is an intangible demon who feeds on fear. Eventually Paddywhack puts Quackerjack in his place and seals him inside his own magic box.
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Enemy Mine
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Enemy Mine: DW has been forced to team up with one of his foes several times, including Bushroot ("Twin Beaks" and "Slime OK, You're OK"), Megavolt ("NegaDuck", "The Frequency Fiends", and "Twitching Channels"), Quackerjack ("The Haunting of Mr. Banana Brain"), and the non-NegaDuck members of the Fearsome Five ("Jail Bird"). These very often come about because the bad guys' schemes have a way of getting out of their control, particularly when their creations and/or partners in crime start wondering why they have to take orders.
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The Un-Reveal
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The Un-Reveal: Speaking of his origin, for the first two seasons of the show, it was a complete mystery. The pilot begins with Darkwing already active as a superhero, instead telling the story of how he adopted Gosalyn. The show parodied this with an entire episode devoted to telling conflicting origin stories for D.W., none of which made any sense. Other episodes would occasionally hint at telling his origin, only to change the subject. The trope was averted in season 3, which finally revealed Darkwing's origin.
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Bedsheet Ladder
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Bedsheet Ladder: In "Quiverwing Quack", Gosalyn climbs out of her room using a ladder of bedsheets after being grounded.
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It's All My Fault
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Darkwing himself, in "Justice Ducks", along with It's All My Fault. Followed by Heroic BSoD.
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Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?
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Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Spiders in the episode "Aduckyphobia". Averted with Morgana's spider friend Archie.
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Chocolate-Frosted Sugar Bombs
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Chocolate-Frosted Sugar Bombs: Darkwing sometimes wonders if whatever-cereal-Gosalyn-eats is what fuels her occasional bouts of hyperactivity. "That Sinking Feeling" even has Darkwing ask Gosalyn if she put too much sugar on her Frosty-O's.
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One of the Boys
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One of the Boys: Gosalyn is an avid trekker, ice hockey player, and superhero comics reader. She also has next to no girly hobbies.
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Parental Love Song
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Parental Love Song: In "Darkly Dawns the Duck", Darkwing takes in Gosalyn to prevent her from being snatched by the crime boss who killed her grandfather. She tells him about a lullaby her grandfather always used to sing her, "Little Girl Blue." Darkwing sings it, foreshadowing the father/daughter relationship that they're going to share for the rest of the series.
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X-Ray Sparks
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X-Ray Sparks: A regularly used gag, especially in Megavolt episodes.
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Time Skip
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Time Skip: The 2010 "Duck Knight Returns" series picks up the story about a year and a half after the last episode of the TV show, showing how the characters' lives have changed in the interim.
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Prefer Jail to the Protagonist
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Prefer Jail to the Protagonist: In "Time and Punishment", Megavolt and Quackerjack for once don't want to break out of the St. Canard Jail. Given that they're in an alternate future and that future's Darkwing has gone Knight Templar, they have a good reason.
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The Lancer
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Gizmo Duck is The Lancer, as he is more traditionally heroic and level-headed than Darkwing, and is the most likely to get in a battle of egos with him.
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The Leader
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Darkwing Duck is The Leader. He organises and gives orders to the others - when his ego and desire to get all the credit for himself don't get in the way.
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Heel–Face Turn
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Heel–Face Turn: Morgana and Neptunia both start out as antagonists but become heroes.
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I Take Offense to That Last One!
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I Take Offense to That Last One!: At the end of "Mutantcy on the Bouncy", the Rubber Chicken chews Darkwing out by calling him a vain, pig-headed, loudmouthed, snooty, egomaniacal waffle-brain. Darkwing only objects to being called vain.
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Transplant
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Transplant: Launchpad and Gizmoduck, from DuckTales (1987).
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Rump Roast
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Rump Roast: A candle sets Darkwing's rear on fire in "Can't Bayou Love".
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Hair-Trigger Temper
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Negaduck can hold his Hair-Trigger Temper to threats and calculated violence most of the time, but reminding Negaduck that he is only the No. 2 enemy of St. Canard, right under Dr. Slug, is signing your death warrant.
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Grounded Forever
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Grounded Forever: When Honker is held responsible for an art theft in "A Brush With Oblivion" that was actually committed by the villain Splatter Phoenix, his parents ground him in his room. His father makes a list of things Honker isn't allowed to have, including going out, having friends over, watching television, and sunlight, food, and water. His wife points out that those last few items are a bit excessive. Later, Herb grounds Honker for life as soon as he's bailed out of jail, only to change it to ten years when Binkie complains. In the episode "Star Crossed Circuits", Drake is informed by the D-2000 about the mischief his daughter Gosalyn has been up to and tells Gosalyn that she's grounded for 50 years. "Fraudcast News" at one point has Darkwing ask Launchpad what he could've done to Gosalyn to make her side with the Bugmaster, unaware that Gosalyn's merely pretending to be on Bugmaster's side to help bring her down. One of the things Launchpad mentions is that Darkwing once told Gosalyn she was grounded until her senior year at high school.
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Evil Lawyer Joke
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Evil Lawyer Joke: Delivered in "Dead Duck":
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Falsely Reformed Villain
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Falsely Reformed Villain: Tuskernini has pulled off the scheme of pretending to change his ways to throw off suspicion that he'd commit more crimes a few times, most notably in "Adopt-a-Con".
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make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Badass Normal
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Badass Normal: Darkwing himself fights powered supervillains and can match powered superheroes on a good day. Negaduck and Quackerjack also count for this considering they had no real superpowers and were able to be just as menacing, if not more so than the villains that had them.
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Heroic Sacrifice
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Heroic Sacrifice: At the end of the episode "Aduckyphobia", Webby the spider attempts this by shutting down the malfunctioning reactor that would have destroyed the city. Thankfully, he doesn't die and is reverted to his regular size as a side effect.
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Lightning Can Do Anything
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Lightning Can Do Anything: Lightning hitting a computer can throw electricity that cause a "Freaky Friday" Flip to Darkwing Duck and Gosalyn along with Launchpad and Honker.
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Mind-Control Eyes
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Mind-Control Eyes: Launchpad, when under the control of Jumbalaya Jake's mind control potion.
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Instrument of Murder
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Instrument of Murder: The King's guitar.
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Implacable Man
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Implacable Man: Darkwing and Negaduck share this trait.
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Four-Temperament Ensemble
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Four-Temperament Ensemble: In The Fearsome Five, we have sanguine Quackerjack, choleric Megavolt, melancholic Bushroot, and the phlegmatic (II) Liquidator. Negaduck occupies the middle ground between them. The Muddlefoot family has melancholic Honker, choleric Tank, sanguine Herb, and phlegmatic Binkie.
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Adventure Rebuff
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Adventure Rebuff: Darkwing is always trying to keep Gosalyn out of trouble.
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An Ice Person
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An Ice Person: Isis "Icy" Vanderchill, literally. Also Hotshot, who can shoot both fire and ice.
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Planet of Hats
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Planet of Hats: Comet Guy comes from a planet where everyone is a superhero. Then there's the Brainteasers who come from a literal planet of hats.
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Evil Laugh
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Evil Laugh: Most of the villains.
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Hot-Blooded
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Hot-Blooded Darkwing and easygoing Launchpad are often in the same scene, the better to contrast the two. Some aspects associated with the archtype are played with, however — Launchpad, the Blue Oni, is a redhead who wears a maroon pilot's jacket, and Darkwing, the Red Oni, wears softer, darker colors. (It's also a rare case of the Blue Oni also being The Ditz.)
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Gilligan Cut
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Gilligan Cut: One episode had DW working for S.H.U.S.H. looking for an ape man. Gosalyn wanted to go but Drake wouldn't let her. So she holds her breath until she goes red in the face, with Drake saying that he is unmoved, unshaken, un-. We don't find out what the last one is because they cut to Gosalyn, DW, and Launchpad in the Quackjet flying over an island.
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Go to Your Room!
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Go to Your Room!
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Gale-Force Sound
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Gale-Force Sound: Near the beginning of "Life, the Negaverse, and Everything", Drake is napping on the sofa when Gosalyn shouts at him through a megaphone; Drake's retaliation is so loud that it blows Gosalyn's hair back.
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The Commissioner Gordon
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The Commissioner Gordon: J. Gander Hooter of SHUSH. The actual cops have decidedly mixed opinions.
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Knight of Cerebus
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Knight of Cerebus: Although it's not a particularly extreme case, Taurus Bulba was not funny. At all. Although his episodes still had plenty of funny stuff in them, his involvement pretty much guaranteed that it would be darker in tone. Unlike NegaDuck he wasn't over the top, and to a kid could actually be a bit scary. You KNOW Bulba was a frightening villain when Gosalyn went catatonic upon seeing him again, until Honker snapped her out of it. Especially in Boom! comic #4, where he comes back in his cyborg body, and to boot, he's now a "consciousness that could travel through and possess electronics!" Dark Warrior Duck, while having a fairly humorous Knight Templar ideal, had a somber backstory, and the episode he was in took itself mostly seriously. Paddywack, while still Laughably Evil, is this due to Rule of Scary.
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Species Surname
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Species Surname: Nearly every character; a rather creative example is the civilian name of the main character: Drake Mallard. Obviously, it's the term for a male duck and a common breed, yet they're also real names. Still, most species surnames are variants: McQuack, Mallard, Macawbre, Waddlemeyer, Hooter, Bulba, Moliarty, Tuskernini, Grizzlikov).
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The Reveal
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The Reveal: Issue #3 of the Boom series is four reveals: why Darkwing and Launchpad "broke up," why Darkwing quit being a superhero, why Quackerjack hates NegaDuck, and who the founder of Quackwerks is. The answer to the last: why, it's Taurus Bulba, of course. Then Issue #4 finally shows us where NegaDuck's been hiding the whole time...
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Techno Babble
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Techno Babble: Megavolt can delve into this sometimes:
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Meaningful Name
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Isis "Icy" Vanderchill, literally.
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The Scream
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The Scream
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Punny Name
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Punny Name: Drake Mallard, Dr Sarah Bellum (no relation), Bud Flood (water salesman), Elmo Sputterspark (better known as the villain Megavolt), Morgana's family name as MacCawber (macabre and macaw), and Gosalyn (as in gosling).
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Full-Name Ultimatum
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Full-Name Ultimatum: Gosalyn gives one to Honker in "Jurassic Jumble":
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Four-Fingered Hands
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Four-Fingered Hands
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Disney Death
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Disney Death: The pilot's climax and "Dead Duck", the latter of which was All Just a Dream.
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Christmas Episode
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Christmas Episode: "It's a Wonderful Leaf" takes place over a single Christmas Eve.
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Everyone Loves Blondes
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Everyone Loves Blondes: Herb Muddlefoot to Binkie Muddlefoot. Also Gosalyn to Honker.
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WelcomeToTheRealWorld
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Welcome to the Real World: Featured in counterpoint to Trapped in TV Land in the same episode, "Twitching Channels", in which Darkwing and Megavolt are transported into the human world and discover that there, they are seen as characters in a cartoon series thanks to a creatively bankrupt TV writer who accidentally tuned into broadcasts from their world and based his scripts on them.
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Traveling-Pipe Bulge
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Traveling-Pipe Bulge: In "Dry Hard", when The Liquidator is passing through the pipes of the city waterworks. ("Followwwww that piiiiipe!")
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Literal Split Personality
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Literal Split Personality: The episode "Negaduck", which features Darkwing being split into Posiduck (all the good attributes) and Negaduck (all the bad attributes). Not to be confused with recurring villain Negaduck.
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Coat, Hat, Mask
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Coat, Hat, Mask: Darkwing considers one of the basics for a superhero to be 'a clean cape'.
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Supernatural-Proof Father
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Supernatural-Proof Father: Darkwing in "The Haunting of Mr. Banana Brain". An unusual case in that (given that Darkwing is a single parent) there is no mother to whom to compare him. However, both Launchpad and Gosalyn recognize that the bizarre events surrounding Paddywhack's box are supernatural before Darkwing admits that it isn't just Gosalyn playing pranks and Launchpad freaking out.
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Almighty Janitor
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Almighty Janitor: Ammonia Pine, an evil cleaning lady who works for F.O.W.L., and is surprisingly effective.
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Arc Words
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Arc Words: "Blathering blatherskites!" Overlaps with Catchphrase, but since it causes whoever says it to transform into Gizmoduck there's a bit more to it.
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Played for Laughs
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Also, "Let's Get Dangerous" is often changed to fit the situation, usually Played for Laughs. Over the course of the series, we got versions like:
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Remember the New Guy?
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Remember the New Guy?: How Negaduck is introduced in "Just Us Justice Ducks". Everyone already knows who he is, and unlike the Liquidator, who also also first appeared in the episode (if one watches them the way they aired and not chronologically), he's never given an episode explaining his origin. Megavolt also counts, as his first appearance is in the episode "Duck Blind" which establishes him as already being a regular foe of Darkwing Duck. His origin and real name weren't even revealed until the third season.
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Hot Scientist
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Hot Scientist: Dr. Sara Bellum. SHUSH's gadgeteer genius is a tall, feminine woman with long hair. She has a bit of a dark sense of humor. In one episode, while other agents were trying to tell apart Darkwing Duck and Negaduck (who dressed and acted identical to each other), Sara offered to kill them both. When the other agents protested, she lowered her weapon and claimed to have been joking. Dr. Rhoda Dendron. Bushroot's original love interest, a beautiful female scientist who treated him kindly. When he turned into a murderer, he scared her away.
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Amusing Injuries
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Amusing Injuries: Darkwing ends up hurt a lot. And later in the same episode:
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Mr. Vice Guy
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Mr. Vice Guy: Darkwing's pride is a major part of his character, source of conflict, and theme of the show.
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Real Men Wear Pink
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Real Men Wear Pink: Literally. Drake Mallard's typical outfit is a green sweater vest and pink collared shirt. Also, the inner lining of Darkwing's cape is magenta-pink-ish.
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Sympathetic Inspector Antagonist
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Sympathetic Inspector Antagonist: Agent Grizzlikoff. Darkwing and Grizzlikoff are operatives of the same organization, but there is mutual dislike between them. In his attempts to stop the "reckless" Darkwing, Grizzlikoff served as an antagonist, though Grizzlikoff mostly tried to save the day in his own way.
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Origins Episode
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Origins Episode: While Darkwing Duck was often established as having a Multiple-Choice Past, the season three episode "Clash Reunion" gave him a proper origin story as well as one for his enemy Megavolt. The episode revealed that Drake Mallard and Elmo Sputterspark used to be high school students. An accident gave Elmo electrical powers and drove him insane. When he renamed himself Megavolt and attacked the high school prom in revenge, Drake Mallard donned the guise of Darkwing Duck to bring him to justice.
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Obviously Evil
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Though not a full-size Stegosaurus, Stegmutt is still larger than most of the regular cast and can knock people flying with his tail, but he has a childlike innocence that makes it difficult for him to believe even the most Obviously Evil villains (such as Dr. Fossil, who turned him into a dinosaur to begin with) could be malicious.
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Angst Coma
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Although it's not a particularly extreme case, Taurus Bulba was not funny. At all. Although his episodes still had plenty of funny stuff in them, his involvement pretty much guaranteed that it would be darker in tone. Unlike NegaDuck he wasn't over the top, and to a kid could actually be a bit scary. You KNOW Bulba was a frightening villain when Gosalyn went catatonic upon seeing him again, until Honker snapped her out of it. Especially in Boom! comic #4, where he comes back in his cyborg body, and to boot, he's now a "consciousness that could travel through and possess electronics!"
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Captain Colorbeard
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Captain Colorbeard: In the episode "Film Flam", one of the movie villains that Tuskerninni brings to life is a pig pirate named Fleabeard.
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Laughably Evil
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Laughably Evil: Pretty much all of the villains. NegaDuck because he's so over-the-top evil, Megavolt because he's such a Cloudcuckoolander (and because everyone tends to screw with him), Quackerjack because he's so wacky, etc. Notably, the exceptions tend to be very, very serious, even if it is in a somehow lighthearted way. Bulba flat-out tells the Fearsome Four in the comic how absolutely pathetic they are at being villains.
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Dating Catwoman
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Dating Catwoman: Darkwing and Morgana McCawber. A superhero and the villainous witch which he was trying to stop, start dating each other. Although downplayed, as she goes straight as their relationship gets more serious. Though Morgana still has a rather nasty temper and can dish creative punishments to people who trigger it.
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What Does She See in Him?
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What Does She See in Him?: Darkwing is shocked at Tia's interest in Launchpad.
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Rescue Reversal
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Rescue Reversal: Played with in "Water Way to Go". Darkwing runs after Launchpad when his carrier blows away in a sandstorm, only to be blown away himself and have Launchpad chase after him. Neither saved the other; they were just fortunate enough to turn up near the villain's compound.
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Her Code Name Was
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Her Code Name Was "Mary Sue": Surprisingly averted in "Comic Book Capers". Despite DW being the writer of his comic, everyone tends to stay in-character.
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Balancing Death's Books
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Balancing Death's Books: "Dead Duck" averts this. Death was only interested in Darkwing, and expressed hatred (or at least extreme dislike) for people who attempted to bribe him.
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Animation Bump
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Animation Bump: Most noticeably in "Darkly Dawns The Duck". Really, most of the episodes done by Walt Disney Japan, "In Like Blunt" by the France studio, or their Australia studio qualify. Especially "Life, The Negaverse and Everything", "Dead Duck" and "Comic Book Capers". Select sequences from Hanho Heung-Up and Kennedy Cartoons' episodes too.
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Tsundere
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Tsundere: Morgana. Normally the calm, mysterious person you would expect, but she has got a temper that can literally rain down lighting. At one point, Negaduck got on her bad side and she decided not to use magic. She punched him in the jaw and send him flying.
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Expanded Universe
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Expanded Universe: The comics in Disney Adventures had Darkwing up against memorable villains such as Fluffy, Mondo, and Solego, none of whom were ever seen or mentioned on the show itself.
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Human Knot
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Human Knot: While appearing in a charity wrestling event, Darkwing Duck faced a huge wrestler specializing in molding opponents' bodies like balloon sculptures. Darkwing falls to his grip, and gets reshaped into a show poodle. Launchpad and Goslyn call Darkwing away on a case just in time: The wrestler's next intended sculpture was octopus.
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Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!
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Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: Gosalyn woke up Paddywhack by playing a practical joke on her father.
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Establishing Character Moment
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Establishing Character Moment
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Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking
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Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking: Quite common. One hilarious example comes from the episode "Duck Blind", where D.W. is temporarily blinded, but sure that he can still do his job. Also used in 'Time and Punishment', when Darkwarrior Duck goes from arresting someone for jaywalking to arrest someone for having a really bad haircut, and anything that would qualify as a crime by normal standards, it's implied he executes them. In "Disguise the Limit", Negaduck disguises himself as Darkwing and commit crimes, including, as DW finds out from the TV announcer, "arson, burglary, hijacking, kidnapping, cat kicking, insider trading, and spitting on the sidewalk."
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Monster Mash
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Monster Mash: In the episode "Monsters R Us", we are introduced to Morgana Macawber's relatives, who include an aunt who is a hunchbacked witch, a cousin who is a green blob monster, and another cousin who is a cyclops. Darkwing gets into a tiff with Morgana's father Moloculo, who then tries to prove that monsters are superior to "normals" by transforming Darkwing into a werewolf, Gosalyn into a Frankenstein's Monster, and Launchpad into a vampire bat.
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Dramatic Slip
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Dramatic Slip: Subverted; it was a killdeer ploy.
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An Ass-Kicking Christmas
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An Ass-Kicking Christmas: "It's a Wonderful Leaf".
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Large Ham
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Large Ham: Let's see... Darkwing, NegaDuck, the other NegaDuck, Quackerjack, Megavolt, Gosalyn as Quiverwing Quack, the list of melodramatic scenery-chewers goes on, and on, and on.
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Fascists' Bed Time
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Fascists' Bed Time: Gosalyn is sent to the future, where the Gosalyn-less Darkwing has become a vicious dictator called Darkwarrior who does this. Gosalyn even notes "Only my dad would set a universal curfew at 8 o'clock."
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Conservation of Ninjutsu
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Conservation of Ninjutsu: Pretty much the reason why most of the Liquidator's episodes had him relegated to the Fearsome Five. By himself, he's just too powerful and there are precious few ways to defeat him. Putting him in a group of other villains made him more manageable for the writers.
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Bratty Half-Pint
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Bratty Half-Pint: Gosalyn was sometimes very selfish and reckless, in one episode even recycling many of her adoptive father's belongings without thinking about her actions. Also Tank Muddlefoot, who was always this, despite his size due to constantly bullying his brother Honker.
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World of Funny Animals
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World of Funny Animals: The cartoon has nearly every character be an anthropomorphic animal.
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Red Oni, Blue Oni
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Red Oni, Blue Oni: Hot-Blooded Darkwing and easygoing Launchpad are often in the same scene, the better to contrast the two. Some aspects associated with the archtype are played with, however — Launchpad, the Blue Oni, is a redhead who wears a maroon pilot's jacket, and Darkwing, the Red Oni, wears softer, darker colors. (It's also a rare case of the Blue Oni also being The Ditz.) Played straight with Gosalyn and Honker. She is a rowdy Fiery Redhead while he is a shy Child Prodigy. They get along quite well, but needless to say, it's an Odd Friendship.
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Alternate Universe
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Alternate Universe: The Negaverse, a Mirror Universe in which everyone's personality is reversed. Gosalyn is sweet and obedient instead of rebellious (though still one of "the good guys"), Launchpad is efficient and bloodthirsty instead of clumsy but harmless, the Muddlefoots are leather-clad psychopaths rather than amiable nerds (except for Tank, who is intelligent and helpful instead of a selfish bully), and Quackerjack, the Liquidator, Bushroot, and Megavolt are eager but ineffectual heroes who oppose NegaDuck instead of eager but ineffectual villains who collaborate with him. According to series creator Tad Stones, the series itself serves as one to DuckTales (1987).
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Super Mode
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The newly galvanized Negaduck I introduces himself as "the most fiendish terror that blacks in the darkest knight". He is Made of Evil, after all.
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make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Superhero
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Superhero: Darkwing Duck, Quiverwing Duck, GizmoDuck, the reformed Morgana and Neptunia, and the reluctant Stegmutt have all been depicted as St. Canard's superheroes. Since this series is superhero fiction, it is not that surprising.
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Interspecies Romance
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Interspecies Romance: Herb Muddlefoot is a duck and his wife Binkie Muddlefoot is a canary. Launchpad nearly married an alien queen called Tia. Attempted by Bushroot when he wanted to marry Posey the vampire potato.
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Evil Puppeteer
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Evil Puppeteer: Quackerjack is both a Monster Clown and this: he carries a puppet called Mr. Banana Brain around, and often has conversations with himself through it.
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Big Entrance
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Big Entrance: Darkwing is a master of this.
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Grappling-Hook Pistol
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Grappling-Hook Pistol
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Projectile Toast
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Projectile Toast
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Badass Boast
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Badass Boast: Darkwing's "I am the terror that flaps in the night...". NegaDuck I, Darkwing's Enemy Without has a much darker version: Darkwing's Bad Future self, Dark Warrior Duck, has his own version as well:
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Parental Bonus
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Parental Bonus: Waaaaay too many to list. See the Shout Out page for just a few examples.
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World of Ham
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World of Ham: Pretty much every major character is unable to go five seconds without chewing the scenery.
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Frying Pan of Doom
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Frying Pan of Doom: Bad Future!Launchpad kayoes Darkwarrior with a frying pan after he threatens Gosalyn with a missile loaded gun.
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Stating the Simple Solution
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Stating the Simple Solution: In "Jurassic Jumble", Dr. Fossil bemoans all the stares and fear he gets from the public as a dinosaur person. Honker asks "Why don't you just change back?" Fossil brushes him off, calling him a "wisenheimer."
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Chained to a Railway
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Chained to a Railway: Lampshaded. The villainess does just this to Darkwing and Launchpad. DW lectures her for resorting to such and old cliche, but is forced to admit that while not terribly original, tying someone to a railroad track is indeed effective.
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Psychic Powers
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Psychic Powers: The whole point of the episode "Heavy Mental".
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Sharp-Dressed Man
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Sharp-Dressed Man: Steelbeak, Tuskernini, Taurus Bulba, and Professor Moliarty. Darkwing and Negaduck to a lesser extent.
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Medium Awareness
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Medium Awareness: In addition to talking to the audience every once in a while, the character occasionally use the fact that they're in a TV show to their advantage: for example, D.W. once saved himself and Launchpad from being squished by Dr. Slug by cutting away from the action in order to narrate the episode, which was about something else entirely.
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Badass Crew
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Badass Crew: Darkwing and his team.
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Humiliation Conga
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Humiliation Conga: NegaDuck generally gets the most humiliating defeats. Just to name a few examples: Perhaps the most spectacular happens at the end of "Just Us Justice Ducks". After literally getting yelled off the top of a skyscraper when he threatens to contract the electric wall around St. Canard, he lands on electricity cables and bounces up again, where Darkwing hits him with a pie, then a flowerpot, then an anvil, then a safe, then a 100-ton weight. As NegaDuck falls to the ground, Darkwing pulls up to catch him in a garbage truck... then reverses out of the way at the last second so that NegaDuck forms an Impact Silhouette in the road. The final insult: the remote control for the electric wall lands on NegaDuck's head and shatters. In the final act of "Jail Bird", after NegaDuck has stolen the superpowers of the rest of the Fearsome Five and become a giant size supervillain who floods St. Canard with boiling water, Darkwing teams up with the other de-powered villains to exploit their weaknesses, which NegaDuck has absorbed. He starts by exploiting Megavolt's weakness to water by baiting NegaDuck into firing electricity at him, then running through his now watery legs, causing him to short circuit. Next, the other villains exploit Liquidator's weakness to dry cement by emptying four bags of it into NegaDuck's path, causing his lower half to turn into solid concrete. Finally, they dance around him mockingly, causing him to break down sobbing at their betrayal as his concrete lower half crumbles and he crashes to the ground, unconscious. Bushroot and E. Thaddeus Rockwell experience one in the final act of "A Star is Scorned" after Darkwing replaces the film in the projector at their screening with Mr. Dizzy with the footage of how he actually defeated Bushroot by subjecting him to the same humiliations to which Darkwing himself has been subjected throughout the episode on, variously, a children's puppet show, a game show, and a talk show, culminating in Bushroot's attempt to lead an army of sentient trees on St. Canard being diluted to having the planned condominium complex built in the trees rather than over them. Mr. Dizzy tells Bushroot not to give up his day job, then invites Rockwell to discuss his expense account charges (the whole reason he was trying to replace Darkwing with Bushroot to begin with) with two literal devils from accounting.
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Spell My Name with an
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Spell My Name with an "S": Darkwing or DarkWing? Negaduck, Nega-Duck or NegaDuck? Morgana McCawber or Maccabre? Once again: Gizmoduck, Gizmo Duck or GizmoDuck? Darkwarrior Duck, DarkWarrior Duck or Dark Warrior Duck?
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Dogs Love Fire Hydrants
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Dogs Love Fire Hydrants: In "Quiverwing Quack", Negaduck gathers a bunch of vicious dogs to use in his plan to outrank Dr. Slug as public enemy number one. When he gets annoyed by the dogs' barking, he throws a fire hydrant in the back of his truck and remarks that it ought to keep them quiet.
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Retail Riot
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Retail Riot: In "Steerminator", the reason Darkwing's legs are broken is because a ski shop sale got rough somehow; Launchpad tells him he's lucky only his legs got broken.
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Camping Episode
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Camping Episode
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Sibling Yin-Yang
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Sibling Yin-Yang: Ammonia Pine is a neat freak obsessed with cleaning while her sister Ample Grime is a slob who loves dirt.
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They Killed Kenny Again
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They Killed Kenny Again: Pellican dies in Pellican's Island but it isn't permanent.
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Went to the Great X in the Sky
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Went to the Great X in the Sky: When trying to kill Darkwing, Gosalyn and Launchpad with her Octobunny monster in "Paint Misbehavin'", Splatter Phoenix states that she's going to send them to the great canvas in the sky. In "Fraudcast News", Gosalyn pretends to be the Bugmaster's new lackey the Grub in order to help her dad defeat the villainess. While in character, Gosalyn claims that she'll send Darkwing to the big beehive in the sky.
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The Television Talks Back
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The Television Talks Back: When NegaDuck I marches into a theater to watch an action movie, he gets annoyed when he realizes it's a Tastes Like Diabetes animated film about talking rabbits (one wonders how he missed the giant sign outside stating just that). He gets into an argument with the rabbits on the screen before dispersing them and the audience with a rifle. Then he proceeds to jump into the screen and roll out in a tank.
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Digging to China
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Digging to China: The episode "Kung Fooled" has Darking, Gosalyn and Launchpad end up in China after the Ratcatcher rides deep into the Earth.
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Took a Level in Jerkass
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Took a Level in Jerkass: Bushroot goes through this in "It's a Wonderful Leaf". While he is usually an Anti-Villain of the highest degree and his motivation for the episode is good as he was having difficulty in his Christmas shopping, his actions in the episode are still rather assholish. For starters, ruining Christmas can't be any less cruel if one of your actions is making a little kid cry by taking her doll.
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Didn't Think This Through
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Didn't Think This Through: Setting a building on fire for fun in "Stressed To Kill" seems like a good idea to Quackerjack... until his partner Megavolt notices that the fire is spreading from building to building awfully quickly, and they remember that the fire department won't be coming to put out the fire because the two brainwashed them into being utterly apathetic along with most of the rest of the city.
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Child Prodigy
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Child Prodigy: Honker's brilliance easily qualifies him for this.
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Asshole Victim
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Asshole Victim: Doctors Gary and Larson in "Beauty and the Beet". Somehow they manage to be schoolyard bullies despite being mega-nerd scientists. They torment Bushroot to the point where seeing him demolish them feels pretty gratifying. This combined with Bushroot's I Just Want to Be Loved feelings and general meekness makes it easy to feel badly for him even though he is a supervillian.
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Secret Identity Identity
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Secret Identity Identity: There's no evidence that Darkwing had a secret identity before his decision to adopt Gosalyn. It's entirely possible he made up Drake Mallard just to facilitate the adoption; he certainly seems unfamiliar with normal, day-to-day life. Except that the episode "Clash Reunion" specifically shows that his name was in fact Drake Mallard in high school. Which means he likely simply gave up the identity to be a hero, then took it back up to be Gosalyn's father.
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GPS Evidence
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GPS Evidence: The sand on Sharp's note in "In Like Blunt". Also the crumb in "Justice Ducks Part 1". Of course, NegaDuck knew he would ignore the giant NegaDuck flag.
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Cool Garage
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Cool Garage: Darkwing's base was on one tower of a suspension bridge.
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Pstandard Psychic Pstance
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Pstandard Psychic Pstance: The episode "Heavy Mental" is full of this. Flygirl especially qualifies.
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I Am the Noun
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I Am the Noun: Invoked often, usually by Darkwing Duck or Negaduck.
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Five-Man Band
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Five-Man Band: The Justice Ducks. Darkwing Duck is The Leader. He organises and gives orders to the others - when his ego and desire to get all the credit for himself don't get in the way. Gizmo Duck is The Lancer, as he is more traditionally heroic and level-headed than Darkwing, and is the most likely to get in a battle of egos with him. Neptunia is The Smart Guy. She is short and antisocial and resents being called upon to save the surface world (with which she has a rather adversarial relationship), but tends to be one of the more skilled of the group at strategy. Stegmutt is The Big Guy. He's not very bright and is incredibly naive and childlike, but his huge size and strength are valuable assets to the Justice Ducks when properly directed. Morgana is The Chick, able to use her feminine wiles and magical abilities to charm, then defeat the team's enemies.
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From a Single Cell
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From a Single Cell: Bushroot could come back from from being shredded into leaves and vines. This was, of course, exploited constantly.
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Monster Clown
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Paddywhack and his huge fanged beak.
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Unhand Them, Villain!
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Unhand Them, Villain!: During the climax of the pilot, Gosalyn is being held high in the air by the villain's condor to force Darkwing to give up the code for a weapon. Once Darkwing caves to the demand, it drops her. Launchpad, who is following the events and reacts appropriately, saves her.
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Set Right What Once Went Wrong
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In the episode "Time and Punishment", after Darkwarrior refuses to let Gosalyn Set Right What Once Went Wrong, the screen fades until all that can be seen are his eyes.
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Busman's Holiday
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Busman's Holiday: Happens in one of the Disney Adventures comics, aptly named "Busman's Holiday". In the end, the local Darkwing Duck Expy, Miztek Mallard, takes his own Busman's Holiday in St. Canard.
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There Are No Therapists
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There Are No Therapists: At least, none that can be trusted. The only ones that were seen approaching DW were actually Quackerjack's disguises.
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Big Fun
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Big Fun: Herb Muddlefoot, to everyone except Darkwing. (Who finds him annoying.) So much that in an episode where he gets mad at one Fat Bastard villain and decides to take him on his own, it parodies Sumo wrestling.
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Where Does He Get All Those Wonderful Toys?
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"Keen gear!" is Gosalyn's preferred turn of phrase to express her approval of something, or her fascination with someone's new costume or gadget.
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Chick Magnet
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Chick Magnet: Darkwing managed to get kisses from Morgana, Neptunia, and the Princess of Oilrabia, along with charming other female characters so he definitely qualifies for this trope.
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Evil Counterpart
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Evil Counterpart: Negaduck -both versions, the first arguably moreso, as he is the the dark half of Darkwing's personality, given form after he is zapped by Megavolt's Tron Splitter device. He resolves to kill his Posiduck counterpart, so as to conquer the underworld undeterred. The second, from a Mirror Universe, is no less evil, as he delights in the thought of murder, and at one point tries to destroy all of St. Canard in one fell swoop. There is another evil counterpart of Darkwing known as Darkwarrior Duck from a Bad Future. Gosalyn disappears when she accidentally hitches a ride with the time travel device that took her to Darkwarrior's time. The loss broke him so much that Darkwing started to take a much more hardline stance towards fighting criminals, running all of them out of town before turning St. Canard into a full-fledged Police State where All Crimes Are Equal. And the punishment for all them seems to be death.
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Took a Level in Badass
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Took a Level in Badass: Binkie Muddlefoot when she hits her head and temporarily becomes "The Canardian Guardian, Champion Of Safety".
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What Measure Is a Non-Human?
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What Measure Is a Non-Human?: Darkwing didn't know Bushroot could heal when he shredded him with a tractor in his first episode.
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Future Badass
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Future Badass: Darkwarrior Duck. Unfortunately, badassery wasn't the only thing he took to a higher level.
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Made of Evil
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Made of Evil: Darkwing Duck's evil side in "Negaduck" is both this and an Enemy Without, and presumably has both a sort of normal physical structure as well as being made of evil, because it's created when Darkwing is split into his "good and evil elemental particles" that they made up for that episode. Galvanized Negaduck in that episode is even more so, as becoming supercharged immediately turns him into a destructive Omnicidal Maniac and frankly admits how evil he is.
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Made of Iron
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Made of Iron: Darkwing. He even says so in the episode "Dirty Money".
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Brought to You by the Letter
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Brought to You by the Letter "S": Gosalyn as the Quiverwing Quack (her normal outfit has the number 1 on it).
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Time Travel
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Time Travel: Used in the episode "Paraducks" when Darkwing and Gosalyn inadvertently go back to Drake Mallard's childhood. Some other episodes also had Quackerjack and Megavolt using a time machine.
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Gone to the Future
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Gone to the Future: Gosalyn (with Megavolt and Quackerjack) in "Time and Punishment".
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Continuity Nod
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Continuity Nod: Launchpad mentions he and Fenton used to to "work for the same guy". However it's never explained why Launchpad stopped working for Scrooge and ended up in St. Canard. Launchpad's father Ripcord, who also appeared in one episode of DuckTales, appeared in a flashback during "U.F. Foe". In a rare case of characters referring to previous episodes of the actual show, Herb mentions in "Slaves of Fashion" that he saved Darkwing Duck once (which could be a reference to "You Sweat Your Life" or "The Merchant of Menace").
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Tiny Guy, Huge Girl
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Tiny Guy, Huge Girl: Morgana is significantly taller than Darkwing.
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Foe Yay
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Megavolt is flattered that Darkwing Duck considers him his archnemesis.
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The End... Or Is It?
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The End... Or Is It?: At the end of "The Haunting of Mr. Banana Brain", Launchpad expresses relief that the case is over...and then they heard Paddywhack's laugh and see a laughing, talking fish in the harbor.
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Leitmotif
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Leitmotif: Very rare: Steelbeak has one, and Negaduck as a tune on the tuba that is usually used with him but also occasionally shows up elsewhere. In addition to characters, there is a theme for when D.W. says "Let's Get Dangerous!," and another one for his "I am the terror who flaps in the night" catchphrase.
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We Can Rebuild Him
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We Can Rebuild Him: Taurus Bulba. After being "killed" early in the series, he was rebuilt as a cyborg.
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Not Now, Kiddo
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Not Now, Kiddo: Darkwing sometimes dismisses Launchpad or Gosalyn as they're trying to tell him something important. "All's Fahrenheit in Love and War": Darkwing initially ignores Launchpad as he tries to point out the fire bugs. It takes the beach ball he brought along for atmosphere popping before he realizes something is strange. "Toys Czar Us": Darkwing ignores Gosalyn's attempts to tell him that his attempts at multitasking are causing a mess.
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Cut Lex Luthor a Check
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Cut Lex Luthor a Check: Could be said about more than one of DW's villains. Megavolt, with his ability to generate and control electricity, is probably the worst example (but then, he is noted in-universe as being insane). Quackerjack is a justified example since we see that he wants to make money by selling his toys, but the toys are so dangerous that he is the only one who thinks that they are fun. Plus, well, he is also insane.
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Rogues Gallery
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Rogues Gallery: NegaDuck, Bushroot, Megavolt, the Liquidator, Taurus Bulba, Steel Beak, etc.
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Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette
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Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette: Morgana, Dr. Sara Bellum, Dr. Rhoda Dendron and Bianca Beakley a.k.a. The Bugmaster.
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Dumb Muscle
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Dumb Muscle: Stegmutt is big and strong, especially after being turned into a dinosaur, but he is not the sharpest tool in the shed, remaining unaware that his employer, Dr. Fossil, is Obviously Evil despite mounting evidence for it. When we first meet him, Comet Guy is one of the least effective superheroes on a planet full of superheroes, as he is incredibly dim and has been conditioned to start dancing every time he hears a bell and continue to do so until he hears a whistle. He is, however, very physically strong.
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My God, What Have I Done?
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My God, What Have I Done?: At the end of issue #11, just as Duckthulhu comes to life after Steelbeak doublecrosses Darkwing again, NOW starting to regret it. Darkwing himself, in "Justice Ducks", along with It's All My Fault. Followed by Heroic BSoD.
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Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal
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Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: Only Launchpad, Grizzlikov, Binkie, and Dr Bellum wear anything leg-covering, and the latter two rely on skirts. Gosalyn is a somewhat unusual female example here. Gosalyn stands out even more when you realize her bottom half is normally uncovered, but when she wears a bikini, she still has her bottom half covered. Oddly enough, the villains were usually much better dressed. Quackerjack, Megavolt, Morgana, Ammonia Pine, Steelbeak, Jamabalaya Jake, Taurus Bulba and Splatter Phoenix were all fully clothed.
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Detective Animal
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Detective Animal: Darkwing does detective work from time to time. Although Darkwing is a flawed detective, seeing and analyzing obscure clues ... and missing some very obvious ones. At one point, while trying to locate the Fearsome Five, Darkwing found a bread crumb that they left behind. He analyzed it and traced its origin to a specific skyscraper, meaning that their headquarters were there. While Darkwing tries to explain his deduction to the villains, Negaduck calmly points out that they had already placed a huge flag with the team's symbol on the skyscraper and were not trying to hide their whereabouts. Darkwing had not noticed the flag.
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Eye Scream
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Eye Scream: SHUSH had a pie-throwing bazooka developed... that if it hit your face, would apparently suck out your eyes and turn them so they stare at your face as you hold the pie.
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Good Parents
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Good Parents
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Jail Bake
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Jail Bake: Spoofed when a criminal on a literal Planet of Hats is given a file that has a cake inside, which he uses to incapacitate the guard.
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Action Dad
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Action Dad
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Clasp Your Hands If You Deceive
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Clasp Your Hands If You Deceive
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Darkwing Duck also has a sort of Multiple-Choice Past for origin stories, though the only two that flatly contradict the others are clearly a bit of his BSing his futuristic listeners.
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The Notable Numeral
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The Notable Numeral: The Fearsome Five.
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Flying Brick
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Flying Brick: Comet Guy! (HO HO!!!) and many others from Comet Guy's superhero planet.
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Humble Goal
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Humble Goal: The only reason Stegmutt gets involved in the events of "Just-Us Justice Ducks" is because Darkwing bought a hot dog from him and ran off before Stegmutt could give him his change. He finally manages to give it back to him at the end of the story. Darkwing lets him keep it.
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Only Known by Their Nickname
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Only Known by Their Nickname: According to Gosalyn in the episode "Jurassic Jumble", Honker's real name is Herbert Muddlefoot Jr.
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Handicapped Badass
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Handicapped Badass: Darkwing in the episodes "Duck Blind" and "Steerminator".
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And I Must Scream
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And I Must Scream: Honker describes the hat aliens as this. Darkwing waking up as a brain in a jar after the aliens hijacked his body to kidnap Launchpad who is about to be crowned emperor of the galaxy (It Makes Sense in Context). He still manages to scream anyway despite having no mouth anymore.
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Red Eyes, Take Warning
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Red Eyes, Take Warning: Dark Warrior Duck completely embodies this trope. He gradually started having them after he became obsessed with his idea of a new World Order.
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Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass
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Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: You could probably say this about most of Darkwing's enemies. They all act extremely ridiculous, but the abilities they each possess, when they become focused on something, makes them all extremely dangerous to boot. Darkwing himself qualifies. Despite his ego and eccentricities he was such an effective superhero he had all but eliminated the need for a secret identity, only taking it up again to help give Gosalyn a normal life. Launchpad tends to be presented as fairly incompetent at superhero work, but during "Darkly Dawns the Duck" and "Double Darkwings", he and Darkwing wind up fighting each other. Launchpad curbstomps him both times.
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Fatal Flaw
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Fatal Flaw: Pride. For both Darkwing Duck and Negaduck. While they are actually skilled, they consistently over-estimate their abilities and act as if they are invincible. Right before someone or something reminds them of their limits in painful ways.
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In Their Own Image
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In Their Own Image: In the episode "Time and Punishment", Gosalyn hitches a ride with a Time Machine into a Bad Future where her disappearance caused Darkwing to become increasingly extreme in his fight against crime, not only destroying all the bad guys but turning all of St. Canard into a totalitarian nightmare where All Crimes Are Equal. When he obtains the time machine, he contemplates going back to the start of history and issuing the death penalty from the get go, or even going to the Paleozoic period to drill respect for the law into the new land-based lifeforms.
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Instant Awesome: Just Add Mecha!
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Instant Awesome: Just Add Mecha!: On several occasions.
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Off-Model
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Off-Model: The show fell victim to this every so often. The episode "Whiffle While You Work" is a particularly good example of this, as Whiffle Boy changes sizes pretty frequently like most of the characters.
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Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!
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Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: Negaduck ruined Darkwing's nice guy image, which made him realize that he can't fight crime while taking care of his new publicity image, bringing the old Darkwing back.
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Knockout Gas
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Knockout Gas: Darkwing used a gun that could fire knock out gas (among other things). Due to the character being a little clumsy, he knocked himself out once or twice.
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For the Evulz
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For the Evulz: Many villains don't have any real motives, but Bushroot is a strange example and the biggest subversion. The only reason he became a villain was to get revenge on those that mocked him, which he did. Most of the time he's doing solo missions it's an attempt to gain friendship/romance/comraderie through mad science. When he's with the Fearsome Five (and sometimes when he's on his own) he's just plain evil. That's because he wants companionship and friends. So when he gets an invitation to join a Rogues Gallery, obviously he's going to try to fit in because he thinks it will make him popular. The biggest one by far in the show and one of the biggest ones in fiction in general has to be Negaduck. He is wantonly sadistic to an absurd degree and he even considers non-violent but profitable crimes such as smuggling as below his level and justifies it by claiming that weapons of mass destruction that he can use at random people such as nuclear warheads are too expensive.
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Deadpan Snarker
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Deadpan Snarker: Gosalyn and Darkwing. They engage in Snark-to-Snark Combat regularly. Also, NegaDuck (of course) and, surprisingly, Quackerjack at times. Taurus Bulba also qualifies at certain moments. Death gets a good one in "Dead Duck".
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Expository Theme Tune
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Expository Theme Tune
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Glory Hound
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Darkwing overcoming his solo glory greed to join the force of the Justice Ducks to beat the Fearsome Five.
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Catchphrase
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Catchphrase: Start at the beginning... Darkwing has many catchphrases for various situations. His preferred entrance line when showing up at a crime scene: "I am the terror..." When he's tired of being kicked around and decides the gloves are off for his fight against the villain of the week: "Let's get dangerous!" Now in 14 flavors! He precedes the deployment of his gas gun with the line, "Suck GAS, evildoer!" His reaction to situations he simply wants to resolve so that he can move on is "Hoookay-fine." If he's satisfied with how a situation has turned out, he declares, "Yeeeeeeep, yep, yep." This is often followed by a sudden reversal of fortune for him. "Keen gear!" is Gosalyn's preferred turn of phrase to express her approval of something, or her fascination with someone's new costume or gadget. Quackerjack's battle cry: "It's playtime!" Whiffleboy has "Whiffle Ho!" and his enemy Weasel Kid has "Get him!"
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Filk Song
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Filk Song: In "The Darkwing Doubloon", the pirate versions of the Fearsome Five sing a song called "Pirates Are Something to Fear on the Sea" to the tune of "Ninety-nine Bottles of Beer on the Wall". Fittingly, as they sing, the Darkwing Doubloon and his fellow pirates capture them one by one.
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Extreme Doormat
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Extreme Doormat: Honker Muddlefoot. A couple episodes deal with him getting over this, and it kind of takes. A little bit. Maybe.
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Luxury Prison Suite
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In the first episode, Taurus Bulba's cell is a Luxury Prison Suite and a spaceship disguised as an ordinary cell.
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Fate Worse than Death
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Fate Worse than Death: In "Hot Spells", "Beelzy" forces DW to be eternally trapped with demonic versions of the Muddlefoots and to watch endless reruns of Pelican's Island while he is trapped in hell.
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Omnicidal Maniac
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Omnicidal Maniac: The superpowered galvanized NegaDuck I.
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Just Between You and Me
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Just Between You and Me: "Just Us Justice Ducks": NegaDuck plans to put an end to the heroes in typical cartoon supervillain fashion as soon as he throws...''THE SWITCH!''. Another villain averts this trope.
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City of Adventure
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City of Adventure: St. Canard. The main setting of the series, most heroes and villains meet in this city, and have their various plans collide there. Episodes taking place elsewhere are relatively rare.
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Epic Fail
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Epic Fail: DW once tried to get rid of a fly by using explosives. His house became a mess and the fly survived.
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Toon Physics
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Toon Physics: Hoo, boy. At least ten times an episode, Darkwing survives injuries and falls that would easily kill a real person, which seems to work against the show's aversion of Never Say "Die", though they do play with it, like in the episode "Film Flam", when D.W. is trying to be a good father and get Gosalyn to watch more appropriate movies:
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Added Alliterative Appeal
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Added Alliterative Appeal: Darkwing is a master at this. Some of the villains (e.g., Splatter Phoenix) also like to pepper some of their hammier speeches with alliteration.
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Take That!
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Take That!: "A Star Is Scorned" not only takes shots at Executive Meddling but also a vicious potshot at another cartoon that was on at the time. You see, the plot involved the guy in charge of the show retooling the show with Bushroot as the star. One idea was that Bushroot would be an environmental superhero with Herb & Binkie Muddlefoot now cast as a construction worker and a "high powered, money grubbing land developer with no redeeming values whatsoever" respectively. Does that sound familiar? "Comic Book Capers" features a very harsh swipe to Warner Bros. in the form of a rather nasty Porky Pig ersatz who rejects Darkwing's comic in favor of one about a cartoon bunny. In "Time and Punishment", we see ordinary citizens jailed by Dark Warrior Duck, including lawyers and cartoon producers. "Time and Punishment" is itself a shot at Batman: The Dark Knight Returns. Darkwing is an expy of Batman, who in this story is written as (by Alan Moore's perspective) "a revenge driven psychopath" still mourning the death of Jason Todd. Darkwarrior is an expy of this version, only instead of being seen as a hero, he's portrayed as a villain who's fully as bad as any of the criminals he fought as Darkwing.
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Noodle Implements
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Noodle Implements: Spoken among the ruins of a bowling alley: "And they didn't rob us, they just wanted to try this new kind of bowling with—" "A jackhammer, some marmalade, and a pack of wild panthers."
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Captain Crash
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Captain Crash: Launchpad is said to have lousy landing skills. Darkwing even muses how Launchpad would've been proud of a helicopter wreck he caused. Darkwing himself is NOT this, as he never even claims to be able to operate aircraft. However, Launchpad is a notably better pilot here than he ever was in DuckTales (1987). He only crashes if he's shot down and can otherwise land fine, making this an Informed Flaw.
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Tomboy
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Tomboy: Gosalyn. Darkwing's adoptive daughter is a quite tough and athletic tomboy, with skills in archery, hockey, etc. In a surprise to Darkwing, Gosalyn's Negaverse counterpart is a girly-girl.
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High-Heel–Face Turn
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High-Heel–Face Turn: Morgana, as she chose to spare Darkwing's life, despite that the other (mostly male) members of her organization wanted her to finish him off.
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Executive Meddling
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"A Star Is Scorned" not only takes shots at Executive Meddling but also a vicious potshot at another cartoon that was on at the time. You see, the plot involved the guy in charge of the show retooling the show with Bushroot as the star. One idea was that Bushroot would be an environmental superhero with Herb & Binkie Muddlefoot now cast as a construction worker and a "high powered, money grubbing land developer with no redeeming values whatsoever" respectively. Does that sound familiar?
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Hypocritical Humor
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Hypocritical Humor: Used in "Trading Faces" when Gosalyn has switched brains with Darkwing and the two pretend to be one another to avoid suspicion. Gosalyn in Drake Mallard's body scolds Darkwing in Gosalyn's body by telling him that "[he is] grounded for life and [his] allowance is suspended until further notice", then tells her adoptive father it is fun to yell at him like he yells at her. Darkwing in Gosalyn's body claims that he never yells at her like that, but when he sees that his car has been crashed into the stairs, he nearly repeats Gosalyn's scolding word for word before stopping himself at the last minute. In "Apes of Wrath", Darkwing tells Launchpad to remain calm, then yells at the gorilla to tell him where Gosalyn is. He fully admits that he's being hypocritical. A rather amusing scene in "Jail Bird" has Megavolt lamenting how Quackerjack has gone completely insane from prison life... and then proceeds to start talking to a light bulb. Morgana in "Monsters R Us" said that she would teach Darkwing Duck and her father the value of resolving a situation peacefully, even if she had to kill them.
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Evil Overlord
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Negaduck just revels in his evilness, often notes what a rotten guy he is and his goal is to be Public Enemy #1. He was already the Evil Overlord dictator of the Mirror Universe, but "like death is never satisfied."
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Literal Ass-Kicking
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Literal Ass-Kicking: Gosalyn attacks the Bugmaster and her minions by shooting them in the butts with the Bugmaster's gun in "Fraudcast News".
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It Makes Sense in Context
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Darkwing waking up as a brain in a jar after the aliens hijacked his body to kidnap Launchpad who is about to be crowned emperor of the galaxy (It Makes Sense in Context). He still manages to scream anyway despite having no mouth anymore.
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Incredible Shrinking Man
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Incredible Shrinking Man: In "Getting Antsy", a crook shrinks buildings to use in his miniature golf course. Of course, Darkwing ends up shrunk to the size of an ant, and then to microscopic size.
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Cool Bike
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Cool Bike: The Ratcatcher, complete with sidecar for sidekicks.
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Fiery Redhead
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Played straight with Gosalyn and Honker. She is a rowdy Fiery Redhead while he is a shy Child Prodigy. They get along quite well, but needless to say, it's an Odd Friendship.
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Plant Mooks
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Plant Mooks: Bushroot tends to use plants as Mooks.
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Genius Bruiser
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Genius Bruiser: Agent Grizzlikoff is big, strong, and can come up with good ideas if he needs to.
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Knight Templar
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There's also Darkwarrior Duck, an alternate timeline Knight Templar version of Darkwing who advocates handing out the death penalty for even the most minor of offenses...and isn't afraid to say so.
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Berserk Button
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Berserk Button: A lot of the villains have short tempers, but most of them have at least one thing that gets under their skin more than anything else: Calling Megavolt "Sparky" drives him up a wall, although it is usually the blind rage that causes him to make mistakes. Quackerjack flips out anytime anyone mentions wanting to play video games around him, whether they are allies or not. Negaduck can hold his Hair-Trigger Temper to threats and calculated violence most of the time, but reminding Negaduck that he is only the No. 2 enemy of St. Canard, right under Dr. Slug, is signing your death warrant. On the other hand Herb Muddlefoot appears impervious to insults or threats of any kind, unless you insult Quackerware around him.
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Why Don't You Just Shoot Him?
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Why Don't You Just Shoot Him?: Subverted. In "That Sinking Feeling", Moliarty specifically instructs his supposed guards to shoot Launchpad and Darkwing if they avoid being eaten by slugs.
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Bad is Good and Good is Bad
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Bad is Good and Good is Bad: Negaduck loves skulls and hates flowers. (And he really hates anvils.)
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Negative Continuity
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Negative Continuity: Word of God says that continuity deliberately came second to Rule of Funny, which probably explains why a great many episodes are out of order, why so few reference each other, and why many seemingly contradict each other. Darkwing Duck has two pilot episodes (one of which has everyone together with no explanation, and the other of which explains how Darkwing Duck came to adopt Gosalyn and move into a house next to the Muddlefoots) and the origin stories of some of the heroes and villains aired only after they appeared in the "Just Us Justice Ducks" team-up episodes. Darkwing Duck also has a sort of Multiple-Choice Past for origin stories, though the only two that flatly contradict the others are clearly a bit of his BSing his futuristic listeners. NegaDuck, for his part, has been presented in two different forms (one as a Bizarro version of Darkwing Duck created when Megavolt zapped him with a machine of his, and the other as an immigrant from the Negaverse in which nearly everyone's morality is reversed). They both share a love for committing crimes and an obsessive hatred for cute little fluffy bunnies, and might as well be the same person, but no story indicating them to be the exact same character has ever been written. In "Life, The Negaverse, and Everything", we see Negaduck "sucked into oblivion" and yet he returns safe and sound without explanation later. Of course, he did make the customary threat that he'd return for revenge even as he was being sucked into what he claimed was "oblivion" (and later make good on it, so maybe he was lying or "oblivion" is not so bad after all) and if you look carefully at the Darkwing Duck's return to his own universe near the end, you'll notice the close-up shot is of NegaDuck returning to his universe from the birthday cake portal in his universe while the more distant shot is of Darkwing Duck emerging from the other birthday cake portal into his universe shortly before the portal closes. No explanation is ever given of how NegaDuck managed to find his way back to Darkwing Duck's universe, however. Also, several episodes act as though Gosalyn has been with Drake for years (such as "Bearskin Thug"), once or twice even implying that he had raised her since she was a little girl as opposed to having semi-recently adopted her (like "Quiverwing Quack"). (This possibly makes sense, however, if these episodes are chronologically out of order and actually take place a couple years after he adopted her, when she would be a bit more familiar with her adoptive father's ways.)
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Alliterative Name
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Alliterative Name: Darkwing Duck himself. Averted for most of the rest of the cast, which is noteworthy for Disney characters. Played straight with the mutant characters in "Mutantcy on the Bouncy". The Rubber Chicken and Sneeze Master's real names are Clovis Cluckenhoff and Daphne Duckbill respectively, the remaining two heroic mutants go by Glue Gal and Banana Boy, and the villain Cement Head goes by the alias Swenlin Swine.
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Any Last Words?
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Any Last Words?
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Sexophone
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Sexophone: For Rhoda Dendron, in "Beauty and the Beet".
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Happily Married
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Happily Married: Herb and Binkie Muddlefoot are married and happy together. It makes sense, given that they're expies of the Cleavers. An interview confirmed that Darkwing and Morgana would have been as well if the show wasn't cancelled.
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Better Than a Bare Bulb
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Better Than a Bare Bulb: The show is incredibly self-aware and loves lampshading or discussing particularly implausible situations or hackneyed tropes.
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Show Within a Show
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Show Within a Show: "Pelican's Island", among others.
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Fun with Acronyms
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Fun with Acronyms: FOWL (the Fiendish Organization for World Larceny), sort of the Disney version of HYDRA, and its counterpart SHUSH, which is so top-secret nobody knows what the acronym stands for.
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Smooch of Victory
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Smooch of Victory: Morgana gives Darkwing one every so often, and Gosalyn kisses Honker on the cheek when they are at the museum tracking down Stegmutt in "Jurassic Jumble".
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Evil Redhead
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Evil Redhead: Subverted by Webby, who isn't actually evil as much as being led astray by Professor Moliarty. Played straight with Tank Muddlefoot, Honker's redheaded Big Brother Bully. Yes, he's a bully, not a supervillain, but he's never really nice.
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Let's You and Him Fight
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Let's You and Him Fight: Most notably in "Tiff of the Titans", where Steelbeak sets DW and GizmoDuck against each other so he can continue his plans unhindered.
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Water Source Tampering
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Water Source Tampering: The Liquidator started out as an unscrupulous bottled water magnate who was contaminating the competitor's water in order to corner the market. He fell in a vat of his own poison and became a liquid being who could control all water.
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Aesop Amnesia
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Aesop Amnesia: Played for Laughs. Darkwing learns lessons about ego and not caring what others think all the time, but always shrugs them off when he comes through in the end. A more straightforward example, Honker learns the "believe in yourself" message at least twice during the course of the series. Though, granted, with an older brother like his... In the episode "Water Way to Go", Darkwing learns to treat Launchpad as a hero, only to demote him back to sidekick two seconds later by having him carry the luggage back to the plane. Then ultimately made good; he starts teaching some of his skills to Launchpad, including some of his martial arts. Granted, it's to enable him to be 'Darkwing Decoy', but still ...
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Portrait Painting Peephole
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Portrait Painting Peephole: The episode "Fungus Amongus" has Darkwing find a portrait with moving eyes. He remarks how the "portrait with eyes that follow you" gag has happened a million times before he removes the portrait in an attempt to reveal the person spying on him, only to reveal a pair of disembodied eyes with bat wings.
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Nice Hat
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Nice Hat
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Enemy Without
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Enemy Without: The original NegaDuck, who was literally DW's evil side given form. Also, the episode "The Frequency Fiends" centered around Gosalyn's worst personality traits (her temper, her ego, and her irresponsibility) being given form as energy beings.
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Shout-Out
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Shout-Out: So many, the series borders on Reference Overdosed. Go here for specifics.
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Description Cut
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Description Cut: In "Dead Duck", Launchpad's comment about Darkwing being so brave as he marches away with Death is immediately followed by Darkwing breaking down and begging Death to give him another chance.
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Troperiffic
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Troperiffic: The show intentionally crams as many superhero tropes as possible into a single episode. And sometimes parodies tropes from other genres, such as pirate fiction and horror fiction.
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Action Figure File Card
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Action Figure File Card: The toys had them.
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Self-Deprecation
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Self-Deprecation: Two episodes exploring the notion that Darkwing Duck was a cartoon show, the former being a Real World Episode and the latter being a case of Animated Actors, had the show being created by a greedy and egotistical man named E. Thaddeus Rockwell, whose name was obviously a play on Darkwing Duck creator Tad Stones, who even co-wrote said episodes.
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Toxic Waste Can Do Anything
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Toxic Waste Can Do Anything: Neptunia was mutated from a regular fish into a humanoid half-fish by a barrel of radioactive waste.
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Hot Witch
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Hot Witch: Morgana Macawber. The series' resident witch is a tall and attractive woman, typically dressed in a stylish dress. Both Darkwing and Negaduck have been unable to resist her charms.
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Cloudcuckoolander
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Darkwing has a similar relationship to his sidekick Launchpad. Launchpad, being a Cloudcuckoolander, gets on Darkwing's nerves a lot, but nobody is going to get away with messing with him. Launchpad rarely minds Darkwing's insults and is fiercely loyal to him.
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Anti-Smother Love Talk
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Anti-Smother Love Talk: In the episode "The Quiverwing Quack", Gosalyn, as the titular superheroine, has been crime-fighting. However, Darkwing forbids her from doing so because he's afraid she'll get hurt. Launchpad gives Darkwing a talk he says his father gave him about how you have to let your children grow up and can't hold on too tightly.
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Bankruptcy Barrel
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Bankruptcy Barrel: In "Quiverwing Quack", Negaduck gets pinned to a wall with an arrow and escapes by slipping out of his clothes. He is seen walking away while wearing a barrel.
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Corrupt Corporate Executive
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Corrupt Corporate Executive: Bud Fludd, aka the Liquidator, who maintained many CCE traits even after becoming a full time supervillain. And the two identical-looking managers Darkwing has had to deal with when they try to cancel/overuse his show.
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Word of God
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According to series creator Tad Stones, the series itself serves as one to DuckTales (1987).
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Iris Out
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Iris Out: Lampshaded at the end of "Hush Hush, Sweet Charlatan"; the group debates how to end the cartoon. Launchpad throws out an idea: He likes the cartoons that end with a circle getting smaller until everything is black.
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Adventurer Outfit
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Adventurer Outfit: Launchpad, with an aviator cap and goggles, scarf, and bomber jacket.
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Killed Off for Real
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Two episodes ("Stressed to Kill" and "Dead Duck") used death words in the episode title. Not to mention that the topic of murder was brought up in "In Like Blunt" and several characters getting Killed Off for Real.
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Dude, Not Funny!
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Dude, Not Funny!: Done in "Going Nowhere Fast" after Negaduck aged Darkwing Duck with the accelerator and gave him a rocking chair as an insult: Not used word for word but definitely felt by Gosalyn, Launchpad and Honker in "Duck Blind" where Megavolt has one of his worst Kick the Dog moments by indirectly mocking Darkwing's blindness and alerting the gang at the same time that he is aware of it.
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Lighter and Softer
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Lighter and Softer: Compare the original intro with the one used for all the following seasons and DVD release. Don't you miss some... dakka? In continuity, Darkwing takes this to its illogical conclusion when he becomes even more PR obsessed than usual and attempts to change his image. It ends up making him ineffective.
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Incoming Ham
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Incoming Ham: "I AM THE TERROR THAT FLAPS IN THE NIGHT!"
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Yellow/Purple Contrast
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Yellow/Purple Contrast: Usually whenever Negaduck is involved; that is, the high pride of D.W., fitting the multiple shades of purple in his outfit, versus the yellow jacket (and red and black accessories) of the power-hungry Negaduck.
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Cassandra Truth
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Cassandra Truth: In "The Haunting of Mr. Banana Brain", Gosalyn repeatedly denies being behind most of the pranks, but because she was behind the first one, Darkwing refuses to believe her, until he sees Paddywhack. From the same episode, Darkwing thinks Launchpad is just panicking when he says that Paddywhack's jack-in-the-box "ate" Quackerjack. Guess who's right.
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The Napoleon
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The Napoleon: Professor Moliarty. Also Darkwing to a certain degree, considering that next to Neptunia, he is the shortest member of the Justice Ducks.
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Idea Bulb
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Idea Bulb: Parodied with Megavolt, who actually holds a lightbulb near his head when he comes up with an idea.
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Implausible Deniability
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Gosalyn is responsible for quite a few of these. Although she has no idea how a pig got into the boys' bathroom.
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Vitriolic Best Buds
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Vitriolic Best Buds: This was the case between Darkwing and his next door neighbor Herb Muddlefoot. Herb is usually too friendly and Darkwing found it annoying most of the time, although there were a few times when he stuck up for the guy. (Biggest example: an episode where Herb proved himself SO dedicated to his job - selling kitchen storage products - that he stood up to the villain who was trying to ruin the company's good name. You have to admire someone like that.) Darkwing has a similar relationship to his sidekick Launchpad. Launchpad, being a Cloudcuckoolander, gets on Darkwing's nerves a lot, but nobody is going to get away with messing with him. Launchpad rarely minds Darkwing's insults and is fiercely loyal to him. Megavolt and Quackerjack were often featured as best friends and partners. But they spend part of their episodes getting on each other's nerves, voicing their frustrations with each other, and at times even attacking each other. In an episode early in their partnership, Quackerjack pranks Megavolt, and Megavolt retaliates by zapping him with electricity. They stare angrily at each other, then start laughing and walk away together. They are apparently kindred spirits.
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Can't Live With Them, Can't Live Without Them
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Can't Live With Them, Can't Live Without Them: Darkwing frequently gets irritated by Launchpad's Cloud Cuckoolander tendencies. However, he's not happy when it looks like he might leave the planet in "U.F. Foe" and some kind of danger threatening to take Launchpad away from him will provoke a mad dash to protect his sidekick. Launchpad's relationship to Darkwing is not an example, as he's much more easygoing and rarely gets irritated with him.
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Company Cross References
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Company Cross References: The statue that Drake Mallard pounds on to activate the chairs and send him and his allies to Darkwing Tower is of Basil from The Great Mouse Detective.
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Spin-Off
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Spin-Off: To DuckTales (1987). One of DuckTales (1987)' secondary characters (Launchpad) is promoted to Main Character, and another (Fenton "Gizmoduck" Crackshell) becomes a recurring character.
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Old Faithful
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Old Faithful: A geyser called "old reliable" with a precise schedule shows up in the episode "Bearskin Thug"; Steelbeak ties Gosalyn up above it as part of a Death Trap, but in the end, he and his henchmen end up getting hit by the erupting geyser themselves.
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Follow in My Footsteps
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Follow in My Footsteps: reversed: Darkwing would prefer his daughter NOT do this. She disagrees.
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Battle Couple
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Battle Couple: Darkwing and Morgana usually qualify for this.
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Pre-Asskicking One-Liner
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Pre-Asskicking One-Liner: Several of these, as fits the style of the show.
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Inelegant Blubbering
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Inelegant Blubbering: In "Dead Duck", Launchpad cries loudly and messily when returning from Darkwing's funeral.
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Reasonable Authority Figure
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Reasonable Authority Figure: J. Gander Hooter is a very level-headed and calm leader of the secret crime-fighting organisation SHUSH who listens to everybody's opinion and chooses based on what he believes will help the most in protecting the world from criminals.
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What Kind of Lame Power Is Heart, Anyway?
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What Kind of Lame Power Is Heart, Anyway?: The mutants in Mutantcy on the Bouncy: Banana Boy can turn from a human form (well pig form) to a giant banana. While useless in combat, he says that it breaks the ice at parties. Glue Gal has the ability to make anything stick. Sneezemaster's mutant power is powerful sneezing, but she also get diseased every time she use it.
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Green-Skinned Space Babe
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Green-Skinned Space Babe: Tia in "U.F.Foe" is a purple-skinned space babe.
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Stock Scream
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Stock Scream: When Beelzebub pushes a used car salesman into Hell in the episode "Dead Duck", the Howie Long Scream can be heard. The Howie Long Scream is heard again in "Twitching Channels" when Megavolt zaps a scientist in the butt.
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Bad Future
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There is another evil counterpart of Darkwing known as Darkwarrior Duck from a Bad Future. Gosalyn disappears when she accidentally hitches a ride with the time travel device that took her to Darkwarrior's time. The loss broke him so much that Darkwing started to take a much more hardline stance towards fighting criminals, running all of them out of town before turning St. Canard into a full-fledged Police State where All Crimes Are Equal. And the punishment for all them seems to be death.
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Triple Shifter
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Triple Shifter: Darkwing used to have no problems with this — he did his crimefighting thing at night and slept during the day. Now that he has to be a single dad during the day, one has to wonder when he gets to sleep. Although if you have seen Gosalyn in action, it is obvious parental supervision is a sometimes thing.
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TheElectricSlide
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The Electric Slide: Megavolt uses this one.
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For Halloween, I Am Going as Myself
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For Halloween, I Am Going as Myself: When asked to attend a Masquerade Ball, Drake decides to dress up as Darkwing Duck while Launchpad goes as an "air ace." Amusingly, the neighbors criticize Drake's outfit as looking nothing like the real Darkwing but gush about Launchpad's, even though Launchpad didn't so much as change his clothes.
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Male Gaze
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Male Gaze: In "Fraudcast News", the first scene of Bianca Beakley as the Bugmaster involves a brief close-up of her rear end.
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Slave to PR
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Slave to PR: Darkwing, tired of his Anti-Hero persona, became a nice, public hero. Negaduck, sick of Darkwing's newfound fame, realized Darkwing couldn't effectively fight crime like this and went on a rampage. Darkwing finally gives it up and reverts to his unpopular, but badass self.
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Limited Animation
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Limited Animation: There's a brief moment in "Tiff of the Titans" where it suddenly looks like there are only key frames and no in-betweens Note (it's the scene when Darkwing is riding Gizmoduck, and Darkwing says "Just hurry, and when we find Steelbeak, leave it to me, I have a plan."). Also, for some reason, the corners of the picture are darkly lit. It really stands out, especially since it was an episode done by Walt Disney Australia, who usually does high quality work.
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Even Nerds Have Standards
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Even Nerds Have Standards: In "Clash Reunion", it is shown that in high school Drake Mallard was picked on by everybody, including Elmo Sputterspark, the science nerd.
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The Fourth Wall Will Not Protect You
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The Fourth Wall Will Not Protect You: In-universe, in "Twitching Channels", Megavolt's new Electrolyzer allows him to travel through electric cables, and he discovers that by adjusting the frequency, he can travel into any television set he wishes. He emerges from the employee TV at the Hamburger Hippo to empty the cash register, leans out of six screens at once in an electronics store to steal six televisions, and finally leans out of Herb Muddlefoot's screen to steal his new remote control. In "Frequency Fiends", Darkwing's new SHUSH weapon hits Gosalyn and creates three clones of her with Personality Powers, who are eventually captured and trapped somewhere. Megavolt, who helps with the capture, warns the protagonists that the evil clones could come back if they wanted - all they'd need was a particular device. The screen fades to black, and then the clones appear onscreen, the leader saying "Hey, kid...we need you to get something for us." All three of them suddenly lean forward, giggling "Pretty pleeeaaase?" The device in question is a Particle Accelerator, which becomes doubly funny when you get older and realize that CR Ts, found in every television set in the world back then, are particle accelerators. NegaDuck once threatens a news reporter by crawling through the TV he's displayed on into the studio.
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Many Questions Fallacy
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Many Questions Fallacy: Negaduck poses as a reporter and asks a bunch of "Have you stopped doing bad things yet?" questions to tank Darkwing's popularity.
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Who Would Want to Watch Us?
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Who Would Want to Watch Us?: At the end of "Kung Fooled", Gosalyn replies to Darkwing's idea of releasing his own line of self defense videos by asking who would stand watching him for a half-hour. She, Darkwing and Launchpad then look at the audience.
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Reptiles Are Abhorrent
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Reptiles Are Abhorrent: Jumbalaya Jake's alligator sidekick Gumbo provides for this.
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The Cowl
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The Cowl: Darkwing is a parody of this archetype.
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As Long as It Sounds Foreign
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As Long as It Sounds Foreign: Parodied with the tribal language in "Dances With Bigfoot," which consists of "Hummina-hummina-hummina <insert random word>"
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Double Subversion
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Double Subversion: Happens occasionally. One example came when DW was cornered by Quakerjack's chattering teeth. "This calls for the latest in state-of-the-art crime fighting devices" Cue Darkwing pulling a bone out of hammerspace and throwing it. The teeth go after it, but it explodes when they bite it. DW looks towards the viewer and says "That was no ordinary doggy-bone"
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To the Pain
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"Just Us Justice Ducks": NegaDuck plans to put an end to the heroes in typical cartoon supervillain fashion as soon as he throws...''THE SWITCH!''.
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He Who Must Not Be Seen
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He Who Must Not Be Seen: Dr. Slug, mentioned several times as St. Canard's most wanted criminal, never appears more than one time in the whole series for about five seconds, and we never do find out what he did to snag that public enemy #1 slot.
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Death Course
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Death Course: Two, both ostensibly for training purposes. Darkwing had one of these as how he cooks breakfast in 'Darkly Dawns the Duck', though it is not really supposed to be dangerous (he does keep forgetting to adjust the spring that launches the fridge, though) and it is implied he dismantles it after moving into a home with Gosalyn instead of living in his lair 24/7. SHUSH seems to have one of these as well for its agents; the final exam seems to be designed to make sure agent recruiting stays low. The test? 'Survive'. As you are shot with increasingly inordinate ordnance.
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Camp
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Camp: Up to Eleven. Which is what makes it so wonderful. In fact, it's so over-the-top that it could even be seen as a camp parody, from the moment that Bushroot claims to have a "telepathic link with plants" onward, or even before then.
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Expy
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Expy: Whiffle Boy seems to be one to Mega Man. When you consider who was making Disney's videogames at the time, it kinda makes sense... Darkwing himself briefly became an Expy for Spider-Man when a mutated spider-bite resulted in his growing four extra arms and gaining the ability to climb walls and spit webbing from his beak. Once he learned to control his extra limbs, he temporarily changed his name to Arachno-Duck, resuming the name Darkwing when his spider-powers wore off. E. Thaddeus Rockwell and his assistant bear some resemblance to Gaston and LeFou from Beauty and the Beast.
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Determinator
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Determinator: Darkwing and Negaduck both share this trait.
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Unexplained Recovery
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Unexplained Recovery: Negaduck survives being sent to oblivion. Banana Boy survives having his body ejected from his skin like a banana. The crew on Pellican's Island appear to be fine after being killed off.
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Suspiciously Specific Denial
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Suspiciously Specific Denial: Gosalyn knows nothing about a pig, and was nowhere near the boys restroom at the time. Nor is the Mallard family involved in a criminal conspiracy (which is actually a subversion, seeing as they really weren't, but were trying to get Tuskernini to believe they were)
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Garage Band
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Garage Band: Gosalyn, Honker and Tank start one in "A Revolution in Home Appliances".
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All Animals Are Dogs
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All Animals Are Dogs: Or even plants, in case of Spike who loves playing fetch.
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O.O.C. Is Serious Business
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O.O.C. Is Serious Business: In "Battle of the Brain Teasers", Launchpad initially doesn't believe Gosalyn that hats have taken over Drake and Honker's bodies. He spots them, with the hats on their heads and talking in different voices, and doesn't see anything odd... Until Drake transforms into Darkwing. "You're right, DW would never wear a hat that clashes with his outfit."
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Aside Glance
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Aside Glance: Mostly done by Darkwing.
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Title Montage
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Title Montage: As with most Disney Afternoon shows, the opening is (mostly) made up of clips from the series.
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All Just a Dream
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Megavolt tries to kill Gosalyn in "Dead Duck" as part of a TV program. However, it was All Just a Dream...Or Was It a Dream?
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The Vamp
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The Vamp: Morgana. Darkwing's main love interest (and Negaduck's occassional love interest), is an attractive witch. She can use her beauty as an additional weapon to her magic, as a proper vamp. Some episodes give her vaguely vampiric traits, so she has been depicted as an actual vampire in some fanfics.
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Villainous Harlequin
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Villainous Harlequin: Quackerjack. To quote Darkwing in the episode "Toys Czar Us": "Quackers, babe - you really need to seek some professional help!"
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Crossover
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Crossover: In the mid-1990s, the Chaos God story arc within the comics pages of Disney Adventures linked Darkwing Duck to the continuities of TaleSpin, Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers, Goof Troop, and (unsurprisingly) DuckTales, all via a possessed medallion. The episode "In Like Blunt" featured cameos from several Duck Tales villains, including Magica DeSpell.
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Malicious Misnaming
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Malicious Misnaming: In "Smarter Than a Speeding Bullet", Steelbeak mockingly addresses Comet Guy as "Comatose Guy".
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One Steve Limit
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One Steve Limit: It's shown in Megavolt's origin story that he wanted to call himself Megawatt but settled on Megavolt when the school band protested that they picked the name first.
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Trick Arrow
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Trick Arrows: Gosalyn's own superhero identity, Quiverwing Quack, is an archer in the Green Arrow and Hawkeye tradition. Unsurprisingly, she has an arsenal of trick arrows. Since Darkwing has no known archery skills, it was never explained who trained her.
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Servile Snarker
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Servile Snarker: Gumbo is Jambalaya Jake's lackey, but not above non-verbally expressing his contempt for his boss's quirks.
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A Dog Named
 Darkwing Duck / int_efd11fe3
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A Dog Named "Dog": One of Bushroot's plants was simply called Daisy. It was also refereed as "he" making it also a case of Gender-Blender Name.
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Power Degeneration
 Darkwing Duck / int_f03edab9
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Power Degeneration: In "Going Nowhere Fast", Darkwing gain Super Speed as a result of being hit with a time-accelerating weapon by Negaduck. When he used his newfound power, he did everything at a faster rate, including aging faster.
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Once per Episode
 Darkwing Duck / int_f05444a4
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Once per Episode: "Let's get dangerous!" and "I am the terror..." The latter often gets used more than once an episode.
 Darkwing Duck / int_f05444a4
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Darkwing Duck / int_f05444a4
 Darkwing Duck / int_f16da697
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Undying Loyalty
 Darkwing Duck / int_f16da697
comment
Undying Loyalty: Launchpad is always loyal to Darkwing, in spite of the duck knight's Hero with Bad Publicity status,Glory Seeker nature, and snarking at his expense. Even on the (extremely rare) occasions when he's angry at him, he'll usually step up to help him again if Darkwing is actually in trouble.
 Darkwing Duck / int_f16da697
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Darkwing Duck / int_f16da697
 Darkwing Duck / int_f2bf7993
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Psycho Electro
 Darkwing Duck / int_f2bf7993
comment
Psycho Electro: Megavolt has electricity-based powers and is more than a little mentally unbalanced, finding electrical appliances much more agreeable companions than carbon-based life forms (although he has bestowed a certain level of sentience onto said appliances). As he himself says, "They called me crazy! They called me insane! They called me LOONY!... and boy, were they right!"
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Evil Twin
 Darkwing Duck / int_f2dadf81
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Evil Twin: The other NegaDuck.
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Darkwing Duck / int_f2dadf81
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Glad I Thought of It
 Darkwing Duck / int_f432c6bf
comment
Glad I Thought of It: Darkwing does this all the time. He will dismiss his daughter or sidekick's plan. Then he has a great idea that, word for word, repeats the plan he just heard. His daughter Gosalyn will often call him on this. When it's Launchpad's idea, he'll usually get away with it, as Launchpad is too much of a fanboy to realize that it was the exact same plan he just suggested five seconds earlier.
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Human Aliens
 Darkwing Duck / int_f4aeb714
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Human Aliens: Comet Guy and the inhabitants of the planet Mertz all have an appearance identical to humans, except that they were not born on Earth.
 Darkwing Duck / int_f4aeb714
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Darkwing Duck / int_f4aeb714
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Never Found the Body
 Darkwing Duck / int_f516f938
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Dr. Gary and Dr. Larson in the episode "Beauty And The Beet" were apparently turned into plants by Bushroot. They did not get better.
 Darkwing Duck / int_f516f938
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Darkwing Duck / int_f516f938
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Never Say
 Darkwing Duck / int_f51c5f3c
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Never Say "Die": Averted most of the time... and this is a Disney cartoon! In the first episode, seven times. In two seconds. Two episodes ("Stressed to Kill" and "Dead Duck") used death words in the episode title. Not to mention that the topic of murder was brought up in "In Like Blunt" and several characters getting Killed Off for Real. There's also Darkwarrior Duck, an alternate timeline Knight Templar version of Darkwing who advocates handing out the death penalty for even the most minor of offenses...and isn't afraid to say so.
 Darkwing Duck / int_f51c5f3c
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Darkwing Duck / int_f51c5f3c
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Aside Comment
 Darkwing Duck / int_f567146c
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Aside Comment: Several characters comment to themselves or to the viewers about their current situation.
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Cute Bruiser
 Darkwing Duck / int_f6254414
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Cute Bruiser: Gosalyn and Neptunia. Gosalyn is a cute, red-haired school girl, but has enough physical skills and weaponry (mainly bows and arrows) to successfuly face adult opponents. Neptunia is an aquatic heroine, very agressive and combat-ready, but she is pint-sized and relatively feminine in appearance.
 Darkwing Duck / int_f6254414
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Photo Doodle Recognition
 Darkwing Duck / int_f673f8f1
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Photo Doodle Recognition: Once when Drake Mallard was flipping through his high school yearbook, Gosalyn thought the science nerd in his class looked strangely familiar and started drawing on it. Drake was initially irate, until she showed him that he'd actually gone to school with Megavolt.
 Darkwing Duck / int_f673f8f1
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Love Makes You Evil
 Darkwing Duck / int_f788b2c5
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Love Makes You Evil: Darkwarrior Duck when it comes to Gosalyn. A curious variant because it's not specifically keeping Gosalyn safe that was his motivation for turning into Darkwarrior Duck; when he thought he'd lost her, he snapped and decided the reason he'd lost his beloved daughter was that he'd been too soft on crime with all that "mercy" and "proper channels of the justice system" nonsense.
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Idiot Houdini
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Idiot Houdini: In "Inside Binkie's Brain", Binkie Muddlefoot gets away with causing trouble and hindering Darkwing's efforts to stop Megavolt in her misguided attempts to make St. Canard safer all because she's too dumb to know that her actions are causing problems.
 Darkwing Duck / int_f79c0820
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Darkwing Duck / int_f79c0820
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Dude, Where's My Respect?
 Darkwing Duck / int_f818b637
comment
Dude, Where's My Respect?: A Running Gag has it that no matter how hard D.W. tries, and no matter how many times he saves St. Canard or the world, he barely has any fans, most people can't even remember what his name is, and those who do think his hat is stupid - the worst thing possible for a hero with a planet sized ego. All attempts to rally the public behind him are doomed to end in failure.
 Darkwing Duck / int_f818b637
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Darkwing Duck / int_f818b637
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I Always Wanted to Say That
 Darkwing Duck / int_f8a82c75
comment
I Always Wanted to Say That: Negaduck
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Darkwing Duck / int_f8a82c75
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Birthday Episode
 Darkwing Duck / int_f8e52439
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Birthday Episode
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Facepalm
 Darkwing Duck / int_f945dff4
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Facepalm: In "Heavy Mental", when it's snowing in the living room due to Launchpad's new powers:
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Darkwing Duck / int_f945dff4
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Running Gag
 Darkwing Duck / int_f9f2c33
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Running Gag: The episode "Comic Book Capers" went so far as to feature a caricatured Native American named Little Running Gag. In an argument between Darkwing/Drake and Gosalyn, they'll usually mention Gosalyn's dirty room, but retort that Gosayln never cleans her room. The gas gun almost never working when D.W. tries to use it on someone, usually backfiring in a hilarious way. "Suck gas, evil doer" is pretty much a cue that the gun will backfire and fail to harm anyone.
 Darkwing Duck / int_f9f2c33
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The Power of Friendship
 Darkwing Duck / int_faece9aa
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The Power of Friendship: Playing straight quite often, but highlighted in "Paint Misbehavin'", in the moment with Frankie Ferret, the superhero with Friend Power.
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I Call It
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I Call It "Vera": The King calls his guitar "Cecille".
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Big, Thin, Short Trio
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Big, Thin, Short Trio: Hammerhead (big), Hoof (thin) and Mouth (short).
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"Friends" Rent Control: Finally explained in the comic.
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Superheroes Wear Capes
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comment
Super Heroes Wear Capes: Darkwing wears a purple cape, which he irons himself. He considers it an important part of his superhero costume.
 Darkwing Duck / int_fb70dee3
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Wouldn't Hit a Girl
 Darkwing Duck / int_fc45bac0
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Wouldn't Hit a Girl: Splatter Phoenix correctly points out that D.W. could never bring himself to hit a woman — so Darkwing has Quiverwing (aka Gosalyn) do it.
 Darkwing Duck / int_fc45bac0
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Impact Silhouette
 Darkwing Duck / int_fcadd0e3
comment
Perhaps the most spectacular happens at the end of "Just Us Justice Ducks". After literally getting yelled off the top of a skyscraper when he threatens to contract the electric wall around St. Canard, he lands on electricity cables and bounces up again, where Darkwing hits him with a pie, then a flowerpot, then an anvil, then a safe, then a 100-ton weight. As NegaDuck falls to the ground, Darkwing pulls up to catch him in a garbage truck... then reverses out of the way at the last second so that NegaDuck forms an Impact Silhouette in the road. The final insult: the remote control for the electric wall lands on NegaDuck's head and shatters.
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Well-Intentioned Extremist
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Well-Intentioned Extremist: Neptunia before her Heel–Face Turn. She is a fish mutated by pollution, so she blames the surface world for what happened to the seas of this world. She was initially determined to attack and destroy cities, as retaliation. But the rest of her episodes depict her as a heroine and Darkwing's teammate. Trying to defend the same city which she once attacked.
 Darkwing Duck / int_fd4f8299
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Darkwing Duck / int_fd4f8299
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Descriptiveville
 Darkwing Duck / int_fd6335eb
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Descriptiveville: St. Canard.
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Darkwing Duck / int_fd6335eb
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type
Artistic License – Economics
 Darkwing Duck / int_fd76df83
comment
Artistic License – Economics: Lampshaded: Quackerjack's plan in "Toys Czar Us" involves making kids work in his factory, then paying them so they can buy his toys. Even the kids point out how roundabout and pointless the arrangement would be. Quackerjack is insane, after all. Quackerjack's plan was crazy, but this can actually work, as a sane part of a broader economy. Henry Ford famously paid his workers well so that they would be able to afford Ford automobiles of their own, for example.
 Darkwing Duck / int_fd76df83
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Darkwing Duck / int_fd76df83
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Theme Naming
 Darkwing Duck / int_fd94c4ac
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Theme Naming: Launchpad McQuack.
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make a to do send a pm add to watchlist drop watch go to watchlist Heroes Want Redheads
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comment
Heroes Want Redheads: Gosalyn is a redhead and it's hinted that Honker might have a crush on her.
 Darkwing Duck / int_ff16efbf
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Darkwing Duck / int_ff16efbf
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Bragging Theme Tune
 Darkwing Duck / int_ff70018b
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Bragging Theme Tune: Who's the cunning mind behind/ the shadowy disguise?
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Darkwing Duck

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 Comic Book: Batman: The Dark Knight Returns
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 Comic Book: Batman: The Dark Knight Returns
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Darkwing Duck
 Fan Fic: Crossover
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Darkwing Duck
 Fan Fic: Western Animation
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Darkwing Duck
 Fan Fic: When Worlds Collide Series
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 Fanfic: When Worlds Collide
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A Lizard Named / int_34d050c6
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A Load of Bull / int_34d050c6
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Abandoned Warehouse / int_34d050c6
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Absentee Actor / int_34d050c6
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Accidental Kiss / int_34d050c6
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Actor/Role Confusion / int_34d050c6
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Adventure Rebuff / int_34d050c6
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Affectionate Nickname / int_34d050c6
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Age Lift / int_34d050c6
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Alien Animals / int_34d050c6
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All a Part of the Job / int_16ead189
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All Drummers Are Animals / int_34d050c6
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All Your Powers Combined / int_34d050c6
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Alliterative Title / int_34d050c6
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Almost Dead Guy / int_34d050c6
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Always Introduces Themselves / int_34d050c6
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Always Know a Pilot / int_34d050c6
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An Ass-Kicking Christmas / int_34d050c6
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Anachronic Order / int_34d050c6
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And This Is for... / int_34d050c6
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Angst Coma / int_34d050c6
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Animal Superheroes / int_34d050c6
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Animate Inanimate Object / int_34d050c6
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Animation Bump / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Anti-Smother Love Talk / int_34d050c6
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Anvil on Head / int_34d050c6
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Apathetic Citizens / int_34d050c6
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Appease the Volcano God / int_34d050c6
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Arbitrary Skepticism / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Are You Pondering What I'm Pondering? / int_34d050c6
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Art Attacker / int_34d050c6
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Art Initiates Life / int_34d050c6
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Ascended Fanboy / int_34d050c6
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Ash Face / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Assimilation Backfire / int_34d050c6
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Ate the Spoon / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Atomic F-Bomb / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Attack! Attack... Retreat! Retreat! / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever / int_34d050c6
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Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny! / int_34d050c6
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Auction of Evil / int_34d050c6
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Avengers, Assemble! / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Bad / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Badass Abnormal / int_16ead189
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Badass Cape / int_34d050c6
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Badass Family / int_34d050c6
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Bankruptcy Barrel / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Batman Cold Open / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Batman Parody / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Be the Ball / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Bear Trap / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Bears Are Bad News / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Becoming the Costume / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Bedsheet Ladder / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Behind a Stick / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Benevolent Boss / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Beware the Superman / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Big Ball of Violence / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Big Ego, Hidden Depths / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Big Electric Switch / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Big, Thin, Short Trio / int_34d050c6
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Bigger Stick / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Bizarre and Improbable Golf Game / int_34d050c6
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Bizarro Universe / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Blob Monster / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Botanical Abomination / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Bragging Theme Tune / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Brain Critical Mass / int_34d050c6
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Brain Monster / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Brand X / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Break His Heart to Save Him / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Break-Up/Make-Up Scenario / int_34d050c6
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Breakout Villain / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Briar Patching / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Bright Is Not Good / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Brought Down to Normal / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Brought to You by the Letter / int_34d050c6
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Bruce Wayne Held Hostage / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Bungled Hypnotism / int_34d050c6
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Buried Alive / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Burn the Undead / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Busman's Holiday / int_34d050c6
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But Now I Must Go / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Butterfly of Doom / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Cain and Abel / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Canon Character All Along / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Can't Get in Trouble for Nuthin' / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Cape Snag / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Cape Swish / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Captain Colorbeard / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
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Captain Crash / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Car Meets House / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Cast as a Mask / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Cat Up a Tree / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Catchphrase Interruptus / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Chair Reveal / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Chaste Toons / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Cheap Costume / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Chess with Death / int_34d050c6
 Christine Cavanaugh
seeAlso
Darkwing Duck
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
City of Adventure / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Civilian Villain / int_16ead189
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Civvie Spandex / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Clasp Your Hands If You Deceive / int_16ead189
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Clean Dub Name / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Clockwork Prediction / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Clothes Make the Superman / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Coat, Hat, Mask / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Cocky Rooster / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Coconut Meets Cranium / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Comic Book Continuation / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Companion Cube / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Company Cross References / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Concealing Canvas / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Confusion Fu / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Consulting Mister Puppet / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Continuity Cavalcade / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Continuous Decompression / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Convenient Eclipse / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Conveyor Belt o' Doom / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Cool and Unusual Punishment / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Cool Garage / int_16ead189
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Cool Sidecar / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Costume-Test Montage / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Costumed Nonsuper Hero / int_16ead189
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Costumer / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Create Your Own Villain / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Creator Cameo / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Creepy Gas Station Attendant / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Creepy Jazz Music / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Crimefighting with Cash / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Criminal Mind Games / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Critical Hesitation Blunder / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Crying Wolf / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Cut Lex Luthor a Check / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Cynicism Catalyst / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Daddy's Girl / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Dance Battler / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Dancing Pants / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
seeAlso
Darkwing Duck
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Dartboard of Hate / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Dating Catwoman / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Dead Artists Are Better / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Dead Little Sister / int_16ead189
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Deadly Dust Storm / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Death by Childbirth / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Death Fic / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Death Ray / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Defied Trope / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Delivery Guy Infiltration / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Denied Food as Punishment / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Descriptiveville / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Detective Animal / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Deteriorates Into Gibberish / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Devolution Device / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Diabolical Mastermind / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Dies Wide Open / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Digging to China / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Dinner Deformation / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Dinosaur Doggie Bone / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Direct Line to the Author / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Disability Immunity / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Disney Creatures of the Farce / int_34d050c6
 Disney On Ice
seeAlso
Darkwing Duck
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Ditto Fighter / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Do Not Adjust Your Set / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Does Not Like Spam / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Dogs Love Fire Hydrants / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Domino Mask / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Don't Be Ridiculous / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Doppelgänger Gets Same Sentiment / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Dork in a Sweater / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Dramatic Pause / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Dramatic Slip / int_16ead189
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Dream Weaver / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Dreaming of Things to Come / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Dressing as the Enemy / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Droste Image / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Duck! / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Dumb Dinos / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Ear Worm / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Early-Bird Cameo / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Eiffel Tower Effect / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Electric Joybuzzer / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Electric Slide / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Elvis Impersonator / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Embarrassing Slide / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Empowered Badass Normal / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Enemy Without / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Escalating War / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Even Evil Can Be Loved / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Everyone is a Super / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Everyone Knows Morse / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Everything Is Online / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Evil Doppelgänger / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Evil Former Friend / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Evil Genius / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Evil Is Hammy / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Evil Is Not a Toy / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Evil Puppeteer / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Evil Sounds Deep / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Evil Twin / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Evil Versus Oblivion / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Eviler Than Thou / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Expressive Mask / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Extended Disarming / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Eyes Are Mental / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Faceship / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Fade Around the Eyes / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Falsely Reformed Villain / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Fame Through Infamy / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Fan Community Nicknames / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Fantasy Helmet Enforcement / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Fascists' Bed Time / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Fedora of Asskicking / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Feet of Clay / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Femme Fatalons / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Fictional Video Game / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Film Felons / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Finger Poke of Doom / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Finger-Tenting / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Finish Dialogue in Unison / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
First-Run Syndication / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Fish People / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Five-Episode Pilot / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Flourish Cape in Front of Face / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Fly Crazy / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Flying Brick / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Follow in My Footsteps / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Fond Memories That Could Have Been / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
For Halloween, I Am Going as Myself / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Forgot About His Powers / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Forgot to Mind Their Head / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Fountain of Youth / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Fourth-Wall Observer / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Freak Lab Accident / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Freudian Excuse Is No Excuse / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Freudian Slip / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Friend to All Children / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Friend to Bugs / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
From a Single Cell / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Frying Pan of Doom / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Fully Dressed Cartoon Animal / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Furry Female Mane / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Future Badass / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
GPS Evidence / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Gamer Chick / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Garage Band / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Generation Xerox / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Get a Hold of Yourself, Man! / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Get into Jail Free / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Giant Mook / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Give Me a Sword / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Giving Them the Strip / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Glad I Thought of It / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Glass Smack and Slide / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Go Out with a Smile / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Go to Your Room! / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Gone to the Future / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Government Agency of Fiction / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Grandfather Paradox / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Grappling-Hook Pistol / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Gravity Is a Harsh Seamstress / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Great Way to Go / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Green Thumb / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Grenade Launcher / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Grounded Forever / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Grows on Trees / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Gruesome Goat / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Hair Reboot / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Hammerspace / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Hammerspace Hideaway / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Happily Adopted / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Happy Fun Ball / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Happy Harlequin Hat / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Harmless Freezing / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Harpo Does Something Funny / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Has Two Mommies / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Healing Factor / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Heartwarming Orphan / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Hellevator / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Helmets Are Hardly Heroic / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Help Yourself in the Future / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Helpless Good Side / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Hero Harasses Helpers / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Hero Insurance / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Hero of Another Story / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
This entry is trivia, which is cool and all, but not a trope. On a work, it goes on the Trivia tab. Hey, It's That Voice! / int_16ead189
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
High-Altitude Interrogation / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Hold Your Hippogriffs / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Hollywood Hacking / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Hostile Show Takeover / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Hot Witch / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
How Do I Shot Web? / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Human Aliens / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Human Knot / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Humanoid Abomination / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Humans Are Cthulhu / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Humans Are Ugly / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Hydrant Geyser / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
Hyper-Destructive Bouncing Ball / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
I Always Wanted to Say That / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
I Am the Noun / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
I Know Kung-Faux / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
I Let Gwen Stacy Die / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
I Need to Go Iron My Dog / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature
I Resemble That Remark! / int_34d050c6
 Darkwing Duck
hasFeature