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How many episodes of Ducktales are there?

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    bebop345

    [1]Jun 19, 2006
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    On some sites it says there are 100 episodes and lists them as well but here it says there are only 87 episodes, how many episodes are there really?
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    ScroogeMcD12345

    [2]Jun 20, 2006
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    read the show summary
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    HipK

    [3]Jun 20, 2006
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    There are 100 half hour episodes of DuckTales. For some reason, this site groups together the multi-parters into single episodes, which reduces the number.These are all the multi parter episodes:

    Treasure of the Golden Suns - 5 parts

    The Firefly Fruit contest - 4 parts (all four episodes are listed seperately on the site)

    Time is Money - 5 parts

    Super DuckTales - 5 parts

    The Golden Goose - 2 parts.

    Edited on 06/20/2006 4:25pm
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    bebop345

    [4]Jun 20, 2006
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    Ok, thanks for the help, I never really knew how many episodes there were.
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    SharanMcQuack

    [5]Jun 21, 2006
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    You think Disney LIKES admiting Ducktales reached the magic number 100 (AND COULD OF GONE ON!)?
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    ScroogeMcD12345

    [6]Jun 21, 2006
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    HipK wrote:

    There are 100 half hour episodes of DuckTales. For some reason, this site groups together the multi-parters into single episodes, which reduces the number.These are all the multi parter episodes:

    Treasure of the Golden Suns - 5 parts

    The Firefly Fruit contest - 4 parts (all four episodes are listed seperately on the site)

    Time is Money - 5 parts

    Super DuckTales - 5 parts

    The Golden Goose - 2 parts.

    TV.com advises to list episodes in the order they orginally aired in, which is what I have done, what is the problem?

    As for the 4 part Firefly Fruit contest episodes, they orginally aired in half hour episodes, do you want me to scan The Wonderful World of Disney Book again, to prove it?

    Edited on 06/21/2006 9:46am
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    HipK

    [7]Jun 21, 2006
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    Even though most of the multiparters aired all at once, it's just that the individual episodes that make up the multiparters (sans Firefly Fruit Contest) aren't listed seperately. Thus, five episodes or whatever are being grouped together as one, reducing the total episode count.

    It's no big deal really. I was just trying to get my point across.
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    viewer876

    [8]Jun 28, 2006
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    SharanMcQuack wrote:
    You think Disney LIKES admiting Ducktales reached the magic number 100 (AND COULD OF GONE ON!)?

    Allow me to explain the ancient 65 Episode Rule. Back in the day, Michael Eisner and Harry Wells established the rule, making that a show would hit 65 unless it was not popular. If it was popular, it would pass 65 and keep going until popularity dwindled dramatically. Sadly, after Harry Wells died in a helicopter crash in 1994, Eisner changed the rule so that a show would ALWAYS end at 65 or 66.
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    SharanMcQuack

    [9]Jun 29, 2006
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    Er- are you pretending that rule makes SENSE? Why don't they CHANGE the rule, they're the ones who MADE the rule! And Eisner's been fired, thank God!

    Somebody putting up a roadblock on a perfectly good road doesn't mean the road CAN"T be used. It means they don't WANT it to be used.

    Edited on 06/30/2006 10:22am
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    meleeunbeatable

    [10]Jul 6, 2006
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    What if the road takes you right off a cliff?
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    SharanMcQuack

    [11]Jul 8, 2006
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    Then it's not a perfectly good road , is it? I honestly think Disney has made a mistake by making Launchpad look stupid and by not bringing Ducktales back ( I could be wrong. I've been wrong before.) and if they INSIST on making my Launchpad out to be a moron, I rather they  leave him in limbo, thank you very much.

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    meleeunbeatable

    [12]Jul 10, 2006
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    The show isn't in limbo it is over. So just get on with your life and stop living in the past.
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    SharanMcQuack

    [13]Jul 12, 2006
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    [This message was deleted at the request of a moderator or administrator]
    Edited on 07/13/2006 4:04am
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