Thanks to a #QuackQuestion, Mike, Tommy, and Kevin take a look into the future (or present at this point?) and determine what happened after hockey ended for the Mighty Ducks. Some die, some bebcome doctors and one goes undercover as a jockey.
Thanks to @leia_nog for the #QuackQuestion that created the whole episode.
— Leia Burns (@leia_nog) April 7, 2017
Episode 100. It’s a good one.
Banks’ good hair.
Ducks Fly Together in Italian Leather. All credit to Jack DeYoung:
— Jack DeYoung (@HarleyKeiner) April 12, 2017
Jim Halpert or Charlie Conway?
Gridiron Gang: 42 percent on Rotten Tomatoes.
Dean Portman’s future:
The full list:
Averman — Acountant for a Minnesota tech startup that was financed in part by Hans.
Banks — Has an unremarkable NHL career outside of one playoff run. After time as an unsuccessful broadcasting career, he join an NHL front office.
Connie Moreau — Her career ends prematurely as she starts a family and becomes an architect
Conway — Bascially becomes Jim from ‘The Office.’
Dwayne — Traveling rodeo on ice/trick-shot hockey team then promoter
Fulton — Counselor
Goldberg — Become’s the face of Goldberg’s Deli
Guy — Is the business mind behind Goldberg’s Deli
Jesse — Gets caught up in Hans’ drug game, serves time in prison and ends up as a manager at Goldberg’s Deli.
Julie “The Cat” — Goes into politics after becoming the greatest female winter sport athlete all time.
Karp — Unsuccessful door-to-door pyramid scheme salesman
Luis Mendoza — After a short-track speed skating career, he becomes the owner of the ‘Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop’ strip club
Peter Mark — Dies early
Portman — Divorced, working in the meat packers union
Russ Tyler — takes over a sporting goods store
Tommy Duncan — Salesman at RadioShack or a similar place
Tammy Duncan — Dies young
Terry Hall — Becomes a doctor eventually.
Ken Wu — FBI investigator who goes undercover as a jockey
Thanks to @BellTrevor for the #QuackQuestion.
— Trevor Bell (@BellTrevor) April 12, 2017