Mike, Tommy, and Kevin outline what happens when the Mighty Ducks are dropped into the newest 90s Horror Film: ‘Duck Hunter’. The legendary monster ‘McKill’ is terrorizing the camp ground the Ducks are staying at. McKill: He’s doing his job.
A showcase of Chris Sacca’s travels with Steve Brill.
🏒🏈⚽️🏒🏀⚾️ YES!! Six games. Five sports. Four guys. One day. No matter the scores, we‘ve seen nothing but smiles and high fives all day. You’re beautiful, LA. Thank you. 🙏🏼#SuperSportsEquinox @LAKings @RamsNFL @LAGalaxy @AnaheimDucks @LAClippers @Dodgers pic.twitter.com/6LjWlqgQL5
— Chris Sacca (@sacca) October 29, 2018
Also here is where Chris Sacca mentioned us out of the blue:
Time for a little trivia: One of our team for today, @stevebrill, literally created the Mighty Ducks and wrote all the movies. FLYING V!!! cc @QuackAttackPod #sixgamesoneLAday pic.twitter.com/jIVX54tteu
— Chris Sacca (@sacca) October 28, 2018
— StealthGent (@StealthGent) October 19, 2018
@QuackAttackPod If the Ducks (D1 only) were the protagonists in an 80s horror film (think Stand By Me/Stranger Things/Children of the Corn/The Goonies, loosely), how would they fare? #QuackQuestion #Halloween
— John Hodge (@HighwayHodge) October 15, 2018
A full list of deaths. Note: Mike misspoke. Peter Mark latches on to somebody and survives. He is never killed off.
Dave Karp – dies first, before anybody really knows what’s happening.
Don Tibbles – Dies trying to protect the Mighty Ducks. His demise really sets the Ducks off on a panic
Connie and Guy – Die trying to sneak off
Terry Hall – Should’ve listened to his brother
Tammy and Tommy Duncan – Dead as the group splits up
Goldberg – Dies because karma
Dwayne Robertson – Final destination rope death
Ken Wu – Dies after heroic figure skating distraction saves the rest of the team
Dean Portman – Dies early along with Don Tibbles
Russ Tyler – Can’t keep his mouth shut and dies because of it.
That’s 10 deaths. Eight Mighty Ducks, including the adults survive.
Thanks to @prayformilan for the #QuackQuestion.
#QuackQuestion @QuackAttackPod Of all the celebrities that Goldberg could have name dropped, why does he claim relation to Aaron Spelling? (This takes place during the infamous Rodeo Drive scene of course. One of my favorite scenes from my favorite documentary, btw.)
— Nikolas Makaratzis (@PrayForMilan) September 7, 2018
Goldberg could’ve definitely dropped Cheech’s name at the Rodeo Drive shop: