I say Scrooge McDuck, and you think…
However, what happens when – fully understanding the meme that this character and the idea of him has become – you bring back, say, Duck Tales?
And how about for good measure, you cast David Tennant as Scrooge McDuck?
The show is just incredibly genre-aware, with jokes playing off of our expectations of the characters – or even entire episodes playing off of them. For instance, the most recent we’ve watched revolved around Donald Duck being the most unlucky person – and his brother being the luckiest. With a luck god.
This show has been a ton of fun so far, and we recommend it. Whether you’re new to the characters or not, this is a good one to watch!
Oh, and Webby is amazing.
It is that time of year where we deck the halls, wear funny sweaters, and try to spread good cheer. One of the other parts is usually watching your favorite movies, that you might not watch other times of the year because they are a Christmas movie. Some of these movies are ones that I have grown up watching others have come later, but all are ones that I love to watch during the holiday season. I do not necessarily own them all, but you can usually find most of them playing on some channel during December.
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Tagged A Christmas Carol, Christmas, Disney, Doctor Who, Heat Miser, Love Actually, Mickey Mouse, Muppets, Nightmare Before Christmas, Rankin / Bass, Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer, Scrooge McDuck, Snow Miser, stop motion animation, The Year Without a Santa Claus