Cry not, for as we've seen in Duck to the Future, he grows up a strapping man, willing to buck omnipotent authority figures, and fucks Webbigale while Huey, Dewey, and Louie remain soulless copies of one another.>>80112631
I totally want to make a cartoon that subvertys these kinds of things. Like the 'suddenly rich' plot would go something like.>Poor guy gets rich>Seems to become distant from his friends>His girlfriend sees him talking with this prettier looking girl>They finally decide to talk to said friend (not even confront, but just express their feelings that they've missed said friend)>Turns out he's missed them too and has just been busy trying to manage his new finances. The girl they saw him with is his new accountant, nice woman, who's helped him start new saving accounts and make investments so he'll be financially secure in the future. Just not so much in the present now.>So he's still 'poor' at the moment but his investments are meant to pay off when he's older, and we'd get subtle shows that he's not as impoverished anymore like he's wearing nicer clothing and actually joining the rest of the gang on trips.
or with the superpowers one, I might make it still 'bad' but less because the friends liked the guy when powerless, but it's stressed they did nothing to genuinely earn what they have or actually improve their abilities.
The end of the episode would have the empowered character without superpowers again, but deciding they LIKED being a hero and are now earnestly training themselves mentally and physically to keep doing it.
Daft punk is unrelated.