Mike, Tommy, and Kevin go back in time — even further than usual — to take a look at the trailers for each film in the Mighty Ducks trilogy. They discuss why one Duck is highlighted in all three trailers, the suspicious absence of Charlie Conway, the great deal Emilio Estevez’s agent made, and more.
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Here is @jbeasley777’s Kevin Malone costume:
“At least once a year, I like to bring in some of my Kevin’s Famous Chili….It’s a recipe passed down from Malones for generations. It’s probably the thing I do best.” pic.twitter.com/Ad5CNY1NsQ
— jbeasley777 (@jbeasley777) October 31, 2018
But the overall winner of this year’s Quackolyte costume contest goes to @AlexHorwitch. Sorry for pronouncing your name wrong on the air, Alex.
“Now here’s the long and the short of it: I hate hockey and I don’t like kids.” pic.twitter.com/ZxPMXbZyn3
— Alex Horwitch (@AlexHorwitch) October 31, 2018
Mighty Ducks trailer:
Mike was wrong about the original Bad News Bears. They narrowly lose to the Yankees in the championship, 7-6.
Such a classic 90s move:
Here is the D2 trailer:
The California scenes:
Here is the D3 trailer:
Thanks to Zach Grouwinkel for the email #QuackQuestion.
Was Eden Hall a hockey power before Bombay? Or was Bombay choosing to go there the catalyst that created the hockey power at Eden Hall?
We talked about the documentary made about Gordon Bombay childhood in this episode.