Please, for the safety of your family admit you cannot fix this. Dewey: Tell me about the Spear of Selene. Which would be both heartbreaking and terrifying. He's hoping Donald will nosedive his profits for the year but Donald proves to be extremely responsible to the point his profits skyrocket. Scrooge: Gah, Beakly secure the hatch! Overall, Scrooge is angry at the fact that everyone is making him the scapegoat for Della's disappearance even though it was mostly her own fault for being so reckless. Beakley: And risk all our lives?! Launchpad, hand me another parachute. Him having trust issues in that episode also make sense.
Scrooge: Which she stole early! But Della, having discovered it early, decided to take it out for a test run in orbit even after Donald argued with her about the whole thing being a bad idea while the boys hadn't hatched yet. According to the note we found in Castle McDuck, that date is connected to. Considering Donald making Scrooge over Della's decisions and Scrooge for her disappearance. While everyone is so quick to blame Scrooge for her disappearance, deep down I bet Scrooge knows what really happened. Considering the absolutely ludicrous funds he was spending, along with just how much of the town's infrastructure he controls, he was also likely driving the entire town into poverty. Not sure on this one either, but the last two episodes of the season are going to be great! At the manor, Donald has successfully rebuilt the houseboat and sees the bitter triplets who inform him they learned the truth, and solemnly prepare to leave the manor. During an unforeseen cosmic storm.
Years later, after partially mending fences with his family, his great-nephews discover what happened to their mother and turn on him just like their uncle did. Louie: over walkie-talkie Literally the worst answer you could have given. To be fair we really don't know that much about this version of Donald other than his family relations and that he adventured with Della and Scrooge. Webby: I thought that was Newton? Until that very last bolt. Donald was the one near the baby carriage.
Instead giving them to Quackfaster for storage? Webby: over walkie-talkie Walk with the stupid paper already! Scrooge: Ah your safest houses, this is nothin! Donald was worried about the boys, Della was confident nothing bad would happen, and Scrooge seemingly decided that adventure was more important than the safety of a newly enlarged family. Listen closely and they tell you where they go. Meanwhile, Dewey tries to retrieve the piece from the cockpit. He didn't want them to listen to him to prove Beakley wrong. Louie: The documents shredded the week we were born. Louie: I know we've been in tough spots before but this one seems reeaally tough.
Or we could be on fire! Huh, the tape player seems to have been damaged in the crash. In all scenes relating to the two, Della's always gotten the better of Donald. Then he has that moment where he realizes that he's been freaking out his family by doing the exact same things. After Dewey puts himself in serious danger while collecting clues to his mother's fate, Scrooge convinces him to return to safety promising to reveal the truth. Beakley: gasps Webby: Oh no Mrs. It wasn't until this massive loss of life that Scrooge finally stopped his adventuring the first time, so the town likely feared that it's not going to be another similar incident before he stops again.
Launchpad: We've seemed to have hit some. Well you either go all SeaQuest and explore the ocean which I bet Della did or you go to space. After everything I do for you, you're all nothing but trouble! It's actually one of the first looks the audience ever gets at Scrooge, and is often referenced. We're worried about our safety! We already got confirmation that when the triplets were posed to her as a reason not to go she didn't see that as a valid enough reason. Launchpad: Not even a real crash.
Huey: Somewhere in these pieces are the answers Scrooge doesn't want us to find. I definitely think they'll be exploring Donald's backstory in the next season. Webby was trying to see it from his perspective, but he shot her down. But we both knew a little bit of pan-galactic precipitation wouldn't stop her, after all she was Della Duck! Donald and Della are inaudibly arguing while Scrooge looks at the blueprints Donald thought it was too risky, especially with you three on the way. All I have to do is climb ou' on the wing to jumpstart the propeller myself. Please enjoy our inflight entertainment.
What have you been up to? The reason he has been so secrative aboyt Della also makes more sense. Scrooge's money bin cash, in the comics, were representative of his memories. What is the Spear of Selene? Now, thanks to the backstory montages, we know why that is: Scrooge was using his personal fortune to find Della. Either she'd be off on adventures, leaving the kids with Donald most of the time, anyway, or would eventually resent the kids for keeping her from adventuring while they were still too young to come along. Come back here this instant! Here, it has consequences that last beyond this episode.