Donald Duck is in charge of his trio of rebellious teenage nephews, Huey (R) Louie (G) and Dewey (B), who make life difficult for him. Most of the time they're a pain, but their Uncle Donald still loves them.
Daisy becomes obsessed with discovering the real story behind the disappearance of the gators from a gator farm.
Donald gets called back to do his old job in the navy for 24 hours.
The ducks discover the bizarre truth about their new neighbors when a military officer warns Donald to beware of "renegades"
While on a vacation, the family stay at a hotel in which there is a U.F.O. siting everyday. Everyone is skeptical except Dewey, until he actually does see a U.F.O.
While trying their hardest to find something on television that doesn't bore them, Huey, Dewey, and Louie stumble upon a transmission from a Blatismorkian museum security camera and witness the baffling disappearance of a treasured diamond. Their detectives' trail leads them to respected art historian Henry Villanova and a Wonkavision-type device.
Louie goes on a spree, trying to protect endangered pugduddies from poachers. He later runs into his activist idol, who has an agenda of his own.
When the boys travel to a medieval modernized kingdom called Quaintinia they discover that Donald has been made their king.
By trying to impress a girl Huey,Duey,and Louie lose Daisy's pet Knuckles. He gets away from them and leads them to mysterious and strange island owned by Horton LeTrec
Huey Dewey and Louie enter a superhero machine and become superheroes known as the T Squad. Determining to get the boys to clean their room, Donald enters the machine and comes out as a supervillain.
When Donald arrives late to work Kent wants a good explanation on why he is late or he will be fired.
A mad doctor shrinks himself to a size of a germ and enters Donald's body in an attempt to save all the germs in the world. The nephews shrink themselves also, to stop him.
While visiting China, Huey is seduced by a local girl who turns out to be bent on world domination.
Donald's nephews run a business for Tasty Paste, a newly invented product. But their newfound success goes to their heads, and they eventually forget all about their uncle. Meanwhile, a jealous ex-employee inadvertantly causes the paste to go haywire and turn into a giant monster.
Dewey finds himself in a strange world owned by a lonely man who makes up unfair rules for his land.
When Donald wrecks his nephews video game system. Donald comes up with a clever story in which he foils an attempted burglary.
The boys steal an earthquake machine to play a trick on Donald so that he'll learn to be earthquake-prepared like all other responsible adults.
While on a camping trip, the ducks meet up with a strange man, who seems to like harrassing his pet Koi.
After getting soaked with 'E.Z. Smith's Retro-Growth Formula', Donald is reverted to a teenager. A teenager who's goal is to make the nephew's lives miserable.
After wearing on each others nerves, the nephews participate in a foreign exchange program, in an attempt to get away from each other. The people they wind up with however are much worse.
Resentful of the nephews' adoration of a TV celebrity, Donald lies saying that he is the celebrity's friend.
Kent uses a stunt double when he bets Donald and Daisy that he could do the dangerous stunts Daisy would do for What in the World.
While on a fishing trip, Huey begins to act like a dashing Hawaiian private detective when the ducks visit the P.I. office of Donald's cousin.
Dewey's adventurer idol is exposed as a fraud when he and the ducks compete with Moltoc on a treasure hunt.
Donald forces the nephews into going on a camping trip with them. There, the nephews start to compete for the attention of a female hiker and Donald competes with the camp leader.Watch Now:Amazon
Donald and the boys find themselves lost in a haunted mansion and are fed up with Dewey's pranks. The mansion is haunted by real monsters, but everyone thinks that Dewey is still messing around with them.