Donald Duck : Hands offa me...
[His voice suddenly becomes smooth and clear]
Donald Duck (Barksian Modulator) : ...you mad scientist!
Dewey Duck : Woah. He sounds so... normal.
Donald Duck (Barksian Modulator) : Rubber baby buggy bumpers, rubber baby buggy bumpers, rubber baby buggy bumpers! Hah-hah! Wow! I've never been able to say that before!
Donald Duck (Barksian Modulator) : As I was saying, Uncle Scrooge is in trouble and it's up to us to help him! And adventure is in our blood, we've faced down perilous foes and endless danger every day, but we always prevail! Because these ducks don't back down!
Mrs. Beakley : Now let's toast to a fond farewell meal, topped with a dash of perspective.
Dewey Duck : So this whole thing was to guilt us into going back to the mansion? Well it's not gonna work! Sorry, but it's too late. We're going to Cape Suzette with our real family, and that's that. Right, Uncle Donald?
Donald Duck : No. Mrs. B's right. Uncle Scrooge needs us, and we need him. Our family has been apart too long. It's time for us to come together. Come here, boys.
[Huey and Louie rush to Donald's arms for a family hug]
Dewey Duck : Wha-wha-wait! But the spear! And mom! And... and.
[Dewey crosses his arms and tries to hold back tears. Donald signal's to him it's okay, Dewey smiles and rushes into the family hug]
Launchpad McQuack : Family...
Webbigail Vanderquack : Trapped!
Donald Duck : Everybody listen up! Uncle Scrooge is in trouble and it's up to us to help him!
Launchpad McQuack : Did anyone get any of that?
Huey Duck : It's mostly context clues.
Louie Duck : We get like every third word.
Dewey Duck : Nope, completely unintelligible.
Donald Duck : I'll show you unintelligible!
Mrs. Beakley : Apple shortbread pie with a scoop of sea-salt ice cream, a common farewell dessert in certain parts.
Dewey Duck : [excited] Finally some real food.
Mrs. Beakley : [Mrs. Beakley takes back the pie] Ooh, I'm so sorry! This was Scrooge's favourite dessert, I don't want to remind you of that horrid man who lost your mother all those years ago. Even if it was an accident that tore him up for ten years propelling him into a desperate search that left him broken and nearly bankrupt.
Louie Duck : [shocked] Wait, bankrupt? Really?
Mrs. Beakley : But I understand. You're upset because you lost one family member. Which was terrible and painful, so you decided you should go ahead and lose another. Brilliant. Makes perfect, rational sense.
Dewey Duck : Yeah, nailed it Mrs. B.
Mrs. Beakley : Yes, distance yourself even further from his life and forsake family altogether. That will *definitely* fix it.
Launchpad McQuack : No, it will do the opposite of that!
Mrs. Beakley : Perhaps it's worth considering that the reason Scrooge closed himself off was because the loss of Della was the hardest thing he ever faced. Harder than any adventure. It's not that he didn't care, it's that he cared about family more than anything in the world. And perhaps he still does. But, I'm just the housekeeper, what do I know?
Launchpad McQuack : A LOT! THIS LADY KNOWS A LOT!