Mike, Tommy, and Kevin return for their second part of their three-part series on the Mighty Ducks side plots. This time they tackle D2. Were the Bash Brothers necessary? Could we remove Michele McKay completely? Which new Ducks’ arc was the worst?
Joyce’s family members are learning Icelandic History
Our new friend Xavier
My 3 yr old son watched one of my favorite movies of all-time yesterday, The Mighty Ducks.— Banksy (@banksytwitch) July 10, 2020
This video makes me so happy seeing him enjoy movies I did as a kid. Look how wholesome this is.
I just don’t have it in him to tell him they won 28 years ago. ?? pic.twitter.com/NMZesnscTX
Mike’s daughter rocking the “Cake Eater” onesie.
The Bash Brothers necessary?
Luis Mendoza not being able to stop.
Julie “The Cat” Gaffney
Kenny Wu’s got to learn how to
Russ Tyler just magically showing up and being able to play on an international level
The Ducks learning how to play street puck
Wolf Stansson’s personal rivalry with Gordon Bombay
The weirdness of the Ducks having hijinks in California.
In February, ESPN anchor John Buccigross ranked Mike Modano as the No. 3 American-born hockey player ever, behind Auston Matthews and Patrick Kane.
Thanks to @28_8kbpsTweets for the #QuackQuestion/Theory.
@Big_ScreenSport @QuackAttackPod This means Billy Heywood and The Ducks are about the same age, in the same city, and both are celebrities. It’s possible they know each other, or have met, or maybe Billy and Adam Banks even go to the same school. (4/6)— Nigel (@28_8kbpsTweets) July 11, 2020
@Big_ScreenSport @QuackAttackPod To top it all off, in D2, Gordon Bombay discusses endorsements and investments and his big idea is the “Air Bombay Loafer…for kids who want to coach”. I believe he makes this happen, and Billy Heywood is the face of the Air Bombay Loafer. (6/6)— Nigel (@28_8kbpsTweets) July 11, 2020
Here is Luke Edwards’ IMDB.