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A man put his proposal on pause to stop a burglar from escaping

‘He knew how to handle the situation,’ his fiancée said in admiration.

Nicholas Anderson, a North Carolina man who says he was “in the right place at the right time,” managed to pause his own proposal to his girlfriend to stop an attempted robbery in the restaurant where the couple was dining.

Anderson, who was interviewed by WCNC, an NBC affiliate, did not make it clear whether the burglar actually managed to take money from the register, but told the station that he intervened as soon as the robber tried to escape.

“The manager came to the door and locked the door,” he said. “The guy behind the manager pushed him out of the way and unlocked the door.” Anderson managed to grab the robber and pull him back into the restaurant, subduing him with a chokehold until the man passed out.

“It happened really quick. He knew how to handle the situation,” said Deanna Deal, his admiring girlfriend (for a few more minutes).

After all the excitement, Anderson chose to propose at a nearby park instead, and Deal accepted. “After all that happened, asking her to marry me wasn't near as bad,” Anderson said.


Appearances

DuckTales

After being forced to move his Money Bin to a location farther away from his mansion, Scrooge McDuck requested Gyro to build a robot who could guard the Bin from robbers. After Gyro's first attempt, the GICU-2 proved to be too efficient at preventing anyone, including Scrooge, from getting close to the Money Bin, Scrooge ordered Gyro to build a new security guard that would have a brain. Gyro proceeded to build a cybernetic suit that would be "bulletproof, fireproof, and knuckleproof." However, due to Scrooge saying that he wanted a security guard with a brain, they would need to hire a person to wear the suit. And to prevent the suit from falling into the wrong hands, Gyro programmed it to be activated by use of a secret code word that he figured nobody but the wearer would ever use - "blatherskite."

Fenton becomes Gizmoduck for the first time.

As fate would have it, Scrooge's new accountant, Fenton Crackshell was at the moment having trouble trying to retrieve Scrooge's Number One Dime after it was stolen by the Beagle Boys. Upon overhearing Scrooge and Gyro talking about it, Fenton decided to borrow the Gizmosuit and use it against the Beagles. In his attempt to put the suit on, Fenton uttered his catchphrase, "Blabberin' blatherskite," unaware of the second word being the trigger word for the suit, and officially became Gizmoduck for the first time. From then on, Fenton always uses "blabberin' blatherskite" to become Gizmoduck, despite only needing the second word it is possible that he does not realize he doesn't have to say the entire phrase.

Once the Gizmosuit has been donned, the only way to extricate oneself from it is to intercept the electronic signal sent to a television by a television remote control. Fenton discovers this while standing in front of his mother's television, after having previously been made to sleep in the carport.

Aside from Fenton, several other DuckTales characters have also worn the Gizmosuit at least once. In the third part of "Super DuckTales", Fenton's mother accidentally ended up wearing the suit when she shouted her son's catch phrase after he accidentally destroyed her TV. She would wear the suit again in "The Duck Who Knew Too Much". Launchpad McQuack has also worn the Gizmosuit at least twice, in the episode "A Case of Mistaken Secret Identity" and the Disney Adventures comic story "A Switch in Time" (in which Scrooge had Fenton and Launchpad switch jobs). Additionally, in "New Gizmo-Kids on the Block", Mrs. Crackshell accidentally shrank the Gizmosuit, which also somehow resulted in the code word being shortened to "blah." Due to this, Huey, Dewey, Louie, and Webby all ended up wearing the suit over the course of the episode.

Darkwing Duck

When Gizmoduck appeared on Darkwing Duck, the Gizmosuit had a noticeably altered design it was somewhat smaller and lacked the black coloring in the upper arms. This may be because, in the DuckTales episode "Attack of the Metal Mites", the suit was eaten by Flintheart Glomgold's Metal Mites, and thus it was slightly redesigned when it was repaired.

DuckTales (2017)

The rebooted version of the Gizmosuit.

The Gizmosuit reappears in the 2017 DuckTales reboot series. It is noticeably bulkier than the iterations from the original continuity, and also noticeably lacks the TV screen on the front, but also has a "G" emblem like the one from the "quack 2" Gizmosuit seen in Darkwing Duck #8 (see below). The end of the episode "The Great Dime Chase!" shows Gyro pondering about making the suit under the name "Project Blatherskite".

In "Beware the B.U.D.D.Y. System!", Gyro has gotten around to making the suit, but it is still in its prototype stage and refuses to let anyone (aside from his interns) see it. Like before, whoever says the suit's code word will activate the suit and become the suit's wearer currently, however, it only responds to Fenton's voice. Ώ] When Fenton needed to save Gyro and company from an out-of-control robot, he utters the code phrase to summon the suit, becoming Gizmoduck for the first time. Gizmoduck has trouble on using the suit as it has not been tested before. Fortunately, the suit has an assistance program to warn Gizmoduck and respond to his requests. Launchpad, Dewey, and Gyro are made aware that Fenton used the suit. After returning the suit, Gyro has Fenton agree to keep the project under wraps but can use the suit whenever he is Gizmoduck. However, Mark Beaks takes a dark interest in the suit for his own.

In "Who is Gizmoduck?!", Fenton attempts to use the suit to stop a bank robbery, but due to not having mastered the suit, accidentally destroys the bank. During a test run at Gyro's lab, Fenton excuses himself with a lab break so he can master its abilities on his own. However, Gyro and Huey discover Fenton, and Fenton accidentally fires a missile at Beaks's helicopter. After Fenton saves Beaks, Beaks proposes that Fenton work for Waddle as Waddleduck. Fenton refuses, but he is soon fired by Gyro, so he accepts Beaks's proposal. With the Gizmosuit rebranded as the Waddleduck suit, Fenton "aids" Duckburg citizens in mundane tasks. During one such task, he attempts to stop a Beagle Boy heist on his own, but is overridden. He decides to quit the job, but Beaks steals the suit and the mantle of Waddleduck for his own. As Beaks unveils himself as Waddleduck, Fenton tries to warn him, but Beaks ignores Fenton and the suit goes haywire. Donning the suit himself, and with Huey making Fenton's brain the core processor, Fenton seemingly sacrifices himself. In the hospital, however, Scrooge and Gyro present a new Gizmosuit for him to don and save Duckburg under Scrooge.

In "The Shadow War!", Fenton summons the Gizmosuit to stop his shadow once Magica summons every Duckburg citizen's shadow. However, his shadow dons the suit and incapacitates Fenton before joining Magica. Fenton's shadow, still in the suit, later confronts Donald Duck in the Money Bin. The suit is never seen afterwards.

The suit's operating system was voiced by Jim Rash.

This section of the article is a stub. You can help Disney Wiki by expanding it.


Appearances

DuckTales

After being forced to move his Money Bin to a location farther away from his mansion, Scrooge McDuck requested Gyro to build a robot who could guard the Bin from robbers. After Gyro's first attempt, the GICU-2 proved to be too efficient at preventing anyone, including Scrooge, from getting close to the Money Bin, Scrooge ordered Gyro to build a new security guard that would have a brain. Gyro proceeded to build a cybernetic suit that would be "bulletproof, fireproof, and knuckleproof." However, due to Scrooge saying that he wanted a security guard with a brain, they would need to hire a person to wear the suit. And to prevent the suit from falling into the wrong hands, Gyro programmed it to be activated by use of a secret code word that he figured nobody but the wearer would ever use - "blatherskite."

Fenton becomes Gizmoduck for the first time.

As fate would have it, Scrooge's new accountant, Fenton Crackshell was at the moment having trouble trying to retrieve Scrooge's Number One Dime after it was stolen by the Beagle Boys. Upon overhearing Scrooge and Gyro talking about it, Fenton decided to borrow the Gizmosuit and use it against the Beagles. In his attempt to put the suit on, Fenton uttered his catchphrase, "Blabberin' blatherskite," unaware of the second word being the trigger word for the suit, and officially became Gizmoduck for the first time. From then on, Fenton always uses "blabberin' blatherskite" to become Gizmoduck, despite only needing the second word it is possible that he does not realize he doesn't have to say the entire phrase.

Once the Gizmosuit has been donned, the only way to extricate oneself from it is to intercept the electronic signal sent to a television by a television remote control. Fenton discovers this while standing in front of his mother's television, after having previously been made to sleep in the carport.

Aside from Fenton, several other DuckTales characters have also worn the Gizmosuit at least once. In the third part of "Super DuckTales", Fenton's mother accidentally ended up wearing the suit when she shouted her son's catch phrase after he accidentally destroyed her TV. She would wear the suit again in "The Duck Who Knew Too Much". Launchpad McQuack has also worn the Gizmosuit at least twice, in the episode "A Case of Mistaken Secret Identity" and the Disney Adventures comic story "A Switch in Time" (in which Scrooge had Fenton and Launchpad switch jobs). Additionally, in "New Gizmo-Kids on the Block", Mrs. Crackshell accidentally shrank the Gizmosuit, which also somehow resulted in the code word being shortened to "blah." Due to this, Huey, Dewey, Louie, and Webby all ended up wearing the suit over the course of the episode.

Darkwing Duck

When Gizmoduck appeared on Darkwing Duck, the Gizmosuit had a noticeably altered design it was somewhat smaller and lacked the black coloring in the upper arms. This may be because, in the DuckTales episode "Attack of the Metal Mites", the suit was eaten by Flintheart Glomgold's Metal Mites, and thus it was slightly redesigned when it was repaired.

DuckTales (2017)

The rebooted version of the Gizmosuit.

The Gizmosuit reappears in the 2017 DuckTales reboot series. It is noticeably bulkier than the iterations from the original continuity, and also noticeably lacks the TV screen on the front, but also has a "G" emblem like the one from the "quack 2" Gizmosuit seen in Darkwing Duck #8 (see below). The end of the episode "The Great Dime Chase!" shows Gyro pondering about making the suit under the name "Project Blatherskite".

In "Beware the B.U.D.D.Y. System!", Gyro has gotten around to making the suit, but it is still in its prototype stage and refuses to let anyone (aside from his interns) see it. Like before, whoever says the suit's code word will activate the suit and become the suit's wearer currently, however, it only responds to Fenton's voice. Ώ] When Fenton needed to save Gyro and company from an out-of-control robot, he utters the code phrase to summon the suit, becoming Gizmoduck for the first time. Gizmoduck has trouble on using the suit as it has not been tested before. Fortunately, the suit has an assistance program to warn Gizmoduck and respond to his requests. Launchpad, Dewey, and Gyro are made aware that Fenton used the suit. After returning the suit, Gyro has Fenton agree to keep the project under wraps but can use the suit whenever he is Gizmoduck. However, Mark Beaks takes a dark interest in the suit for his own.

In "Who is Gizmoduck?!", Fenton attempts to use the suit to stop a bank robbery, but due to not having mastered the suit, accidentally destroys the bank. During a test run at Gyro's lab, Fenton excuses himself with a lab break so he can master its abilities on his own. However, Gyro and Huey discover Fenton, and Fenton accidentally fires a missile at Beaks's helicopter. After Fenton saves Beaks, Beaks proposes that Fenton work for Waddle as Waddleduck. Fenton refuses, but he is soon fired by Gyro, so he accepts Beaks's proposal. With the Gizmosuit rebranded as the Waddleduck suit, Fenton "aids" Duckburg citizens in mundane tasks. During one such task, he attempts to stop a Beagle Boy heist on his own, but is overridden. He decides to quit the job, but Beaks steals the suit and the mantle of Waddleduck for his own. As Beaks unveils himself as Waddleduck, Fenton tries to warn him, but Beaks ignores Fenton and the suit goes haywire. Donning the suit himself, and with Huey making Fenton's brain the core processor, Fenton seemingly sacrifices himself. In the hospital, however, Scrooge and Gyro present a new Gizmosuit for him to don and save Duckburg under Scrooge.

In "The Shadow War!", Fenton summons the Gizmosuit to stop his shadow once Magica summons every Duckburg citizen's shadow. However, his shadow dons the suit and incapacitates Fenton before joining Magica. Fenton's shadow, still in the suit, later confronts Donald Duck in the Money Bin. The suit is never seen afterwards.

The suit's operating system was voiced by Jim Rash.

This section of the article is a stub. You can help Disney Wiki by expanding it.


Appearances

DuckTales

After being forced to move his Money Bin to a location farther away from his mansion, Scrooge McDuck requested Gyro to build a robot who could guard the Bin from robbers. After Gyro's first attempt, the GICU-2 proved to be too efficient at preventing anyone, including Scrooge, from getting close to the Money Bin, Scrooge ordered Gyro to build a new security guard that would have a brain. Gyro proceeded to build a cybernetic suit that would be "bulletproof, fireproof, and knuckleproof." However, due to Scrooge saying that he wanted a security guard with a brain, they would need to hire a person to wear the suit. And to prevent the suit from falling into the wrong hands, Gyro programmed it to be activated by use of a secret code word that he figured nobody but the wearer would ever use - "blatherskite."

Fenton becomes Gizmoduck for the first time.

As fate would have it, Scrooge's new accountant, Fenton Crackshell was at the moment having trouble trying to retrieve Scrooge's Number One Dime after it was stolen by the Beagle Boys. Upon overhearing Scrooge and Gyro talking about it, Fenton decided to borrow the Gizmosuit and use it against the Beagles. In his attempt to put the suit on, Fenton uttered his catchphrase, "Blabberin' blatherskite," unaware of the second word being the trigger word for the suit, and officially became Gizmoduck for the first time. From then on, Fenton always uses "blabberin' blatherskite" to become Gizmoduck, despite only needing the second word it is possible that he does not realize he doesn't have to say the entire phrase.

Once the Gizmosuit has been donned, the only way to extricate oneself from it is to intercept the electronic signal sent to a television by a television remote control. Fenton discovers this while standing in front of his mother's television, after having previously been made to sleep in the carport.

Aside from Fenton, several other DuckTales characters have also worn the Gizmosuit at least once. In the third part of "Super DuckTales", Fenton's mother accidentally ended up wearing the suit when she shouted her son's catch phrase after he accidentally destroyed her TV. She would wear the suit again in "The Duck Who Knew Too Much". Launchpad McQuack has also worn the Gizmosuit at least twice, in the episode "A Case of Mistaken Secret Identity" and the Disney Adventures comic story "A Switch in Time" (in which Scrooge had Fenton and Launchpad switch jobs). Additionally, in "New Gizmo-Kids on the Block", Mrs. Crackshell accidentally shrank the Gizmosuit, which also somehow resulted in the code word being shortened to "blah." Due to this, Huey, Dewey, Louie, and Webby all ended up wearing the suit over the course of the episode.

Darkwing Duck

When Gizmoduck appeared on Darkwing Duck, the Gizmosuit had a noticeably altered design it was somewhat smaller and lacked the black coloring in the upper arms. This may be because, in the DuckTales episode "Attack of the Metal Mites", the suit was eaten by Flintheart Glomgold's Metal Mites, and thus it was slightly redesigned when it was repaired.

DuckTales (2017)

The rebooted version of the Gizmosuit.

The Gizmosuit reappears in the 2017 DuckTales reboot series. It is noticeably bulkier than the iterations from the original continuity, and also noticeably lacks the TV screen on the front, but also has a "G" emblem like the one from the "quack 2" Gizmosuit seen in Darkwing Duck #8 (see below). The end of the episode "The Great Dime Chase!" shows Gyro pondering about making the suit under the name "Project Blatherskite".

In "Beware the B.U.D.D.Y. System!", Gyro has gotten around to making the suit, but it is still in its prototype stage and refuses to let anyone (aside from his interns) see it. Like before, whoever says the suit's code word will activate the suit and become the suit's wearer currently, however, it only responds to Fenton's voice. Ώ] When Fenton needed to save Gyro and company from an out-of-control robot, he utters the code phrase to summon the suit, becoming Gizmoduck for the first time. Gizmoduck has trouble on using the suit as it has not been tested before. Fortunately, the suit has an assistance program to warn Gizmoduck and respond to his requests. Launchpad, Dewey, and Gyro are made aware that Fenton used the suit. After returning the suit, Gyro has Fenton agree to keep the project under wraps but can use the suit whenever he is Gizmoduck. However, Mark Beaks takes a dark interest in the suit for his own.

In "Who is Gizmoduck?!", Fenton attempts to use the suit to stop a bank robbery, but due to not having mastered the suit, accidentally destroys the bank. During a test run at Gyro's lab, Fenton excuses himself with a lab break so he can master its abilities on his own. However, Gyro and Huey discover Fenton, and Fenton accidentally fires a missile at Beaks's helicopter. After Fenton saves Beaks, Beaks proposes that Fenton work for Waddle as Waddleduck. Fenton refuses, but he is soon fired by Gyro, so he accepts Beaks's proposal. With the Gizmosuit rebranded as the Waddleduck suit, Fenton "aids" Duckburg citizens in mundane tasks. During one such task, he attempts to stop a Beagle Boy heist on his own, but is overridden. He decides to quit the job, but Beaks steals the suit and the mantle of Waddleduck for his own. As Beaks unveils himself as Waddleduck, Fenton tries to warn him, but Beaks ignores Fenton and the suit goes haywire. Donning the suit himself, and with Huey making Fenton's brain the core processor, Fenton seemingly sacrifices himself. In the hospital, however, Scrooge and Gyro present a new Gizmosuit for him to don and save Duckburg under Scrooge.

In "The Shadow War!", Fenton summons the Gizmosuit to stop his shadow once Magica summons every Duckburg citizen's shadow. However, his shadow dons the suit and incapacitates Fenton before joining Magica. Fenton's shadow, still in the suit, later confronts Donald Duck in the Money Bin. The suit is never seen afterwards.

The suit's operating system was voiced by Jim Rash.

This section of the article is a stub. You can help Disney Wiki by expanding it.


Appearances

DuckTales

After being forced to move his Money Bin to a location farther away from his mansion, Scrooge McDuck requested Gyro to build a robot who could guard the Bin from robbers. After Gyro's first attempt, the GICU-2 proved to be too efficient at preventing anyone, including Scrooge, from getting close to the Money Bin, Scrooge ordered Gyro to build a new security guard that would have a brain. Gyro proceeded to build a cybernetic suit that would be "bulletproof, fireproof, and knuckleproof." However, due to Scrooge saying that he wanted a security guard with a brain, they would need to hire a person to wear the suit. And to prevent the suit from falling into the wrong hands, Gyro programmed it to be activated by use of a secret code word that he figured nobody but the wearer would ever use - "blatherskite."

Fenton becomes Gizmoduck for the first time.

As fate would have it, Scrooge's new accountant, Fenton Crackshell was at the moment having trouble trying to retrieve Scrooge's Number One Dime after it was stolen by the Beagle Boys. Upon overhearing Scrooge and Gyro talking about it, Fenton decided to borrow the Gizmosuit and use it against the Beagles. In his attempt to put the suit on, Fenton uttered his catchphrase, "Blabberin' blatherskite," unaware of the second word being the trigger word for the suit, and officially became Gizmoduck for the first time. From then on, Fenton always uses "blabberin' blatherskite" to become Gizmoduck, despite only needing the second word it is possible that he does not realize he doesn't have to say the entire phrase.

Once the Gizmosuit has been donned, the only way to extricate oneself from it is to intercept the electronic signal sent to a television by a television remote control. Fenton discovers this while standing in front of his mother's television, after having previously been made to sleep in the carport.

Aside from Fenton, several other DuckTales characters have also worn the Gizmosuit at least once. In the third part of "Super DuckTales", Fenton's mother accidentally ended up wearing the suit when she shouted her son's catch phrase after he accidentally destroyed her TV. She would wear the suit again in "The Duck Who Knew Too Much". Launchpad McQuack has also worn the Gizmosuit at least twice, in the episode "A Case of Mistaken Secret Identity" and the Disney Adventures comic story "A Switch in Time" (in which Scrooge had Fenton and Launchpad switch jobs). Additionally, in "New Gizmo-Kids on the Block", Mrs. Crackshell accidentally shrank the Gizmosuit, which also somehow resulted in the code word being shortened to "blah." Due to this, Huey, Dewey, Louie, and Webby all ended up wearing the suit over the course of the episode.

Darkwing Duck

When Gizmoduck appeared on Darkwing Duck, the Gizmosuit had a noticeably altered design it was somewhat smaller and lacked the black coloring in the upper arms. This may be because, in the DuckTales episode "Attack of the Metal Mites", the suit was eaten by Flintheart Glomgold's Metal Mites, and thus it was slightly redesigned when it was repaired.

DuckTales (2017)

The rebooted version of the Gizmosuit.

The Gizmosuit reappears in the 2017 DuckTales reboot series. It is noticeably bulkier than the iterations from the original continuity, and also noticeably lacks the TV screen on the front, but also has a "G" emblem like the one from the "quack 2" Gizmosuit seen in Darkwing Duck #8 (see below). The end of the episode "The Great Dime Chase!" shows Gyro pondering about making the suit under the name "Project Blatherskite".

In "Beware the B.U.D.D.Y. System!", Gyro has gotten around to making the suit, but it is still in its prototype stage and refuses to let anyone (aside from his interns) see it. Like before, whoever says the suit's code word will activate the suit and become the suit's wearer currently, however, it only responds to Fenton's voice. Ώ] When Fenton needed to save Gyro and company from an out-of-control robot, he utters the code phrase to summon the suit, becoming Gizmoduck for the first time. Gizmoduck has trouble on using the suit as it has not been tested before. Fortunately, the suit has an assistance program to warn Gizmoduck and respond to his requests. Launchpad, Dewey, and Gyro are made aware that Fenton used the suit. After returning the suit, Gyro has Fenton agree to keep the project under wraps but can use the suit whenever he is Gizmoduck. However, Mark Beaks takes a dark interest in the suit for his own.

In "Who is Gizmoduck?!", Fenton attempts to use the suit to stop a bank robbery, but due to not having mastered the suit, accidentally destroys the bank. During a test run at Gyro's lab, Fenton excuses himself with a lab break so he can master its abilities on his own. However, Gyro and Huey discover Fenton, and Fenton accidentally fires a missile at Beaks's helicopter. After Fenton saves Beaks, Beaks proposes that Fenton work for Waddle as Waddleduck. Fenton refuses, but he is soon fired by Gyro, so he accepts Beaks's proposal. With the Gizmosuit rebranded as the Waddleduck suit, Fenton "aids" Duckburg citizens in mundane tasks. During one such task, he attempts to stop a Beagle Boy heist on his own, but is overridden. He decides to quit the job, but Beaks steals the suit and the mantle of Waddleduck for his own. As Beaks unveils himself as Waddleduck, Fenton tries to warn him, but Beaks ignores Fenton and the suit goes haywire. Donning the suit himself, and with Huey making Fenton's brain the core processor, Fenton seemingly sacrifices himself. In the hospital, however, Scrooge and Gyro present a new Gizmosuit for him to don and save Duckburg under Scrooge.

In "The Shadow War!", Fenton summons the Gizmosuit to stop his shadow once Magica summons every Duckburg citizen's shadow. However, his shadow dons the suit and incapacitates Fenton before joining Magica. Fenton's shadow, still in the suit, later confronts Donald Duck in the Money Bin. The suit is never seen afterwards.

The suit's operating system was voiced by Jim Rash.

This section of the article is a stub. You can help Disney Wiki by expanding it.


Appearances

DuckTales

After being forced to move his Money Bin to a location farther away from his mansion, Scrooge McDuck requested Gyro to build a robot who could guard the Bin from robbers. After Gyro's first attempt, the GICU-2 proved to be too efficient at preventing anyone, including Scrooge, from getting close to the Money Bin, Scrooge ordered Gyro to build a new security guard that would have a brain. Gyro proceeded to build a cybernetic suit that would be "bulletproof, fireproof, and knuckleproof." However, due to Scrooge saying that he wanted a security guard with a brain, they would need to hire a person to wear the suit. And to prevent the suit from falling into the wrong hands, Gyro programmed it to be activated by use of a secret code word that he figured nobody but the wearer would ever use - "blatherskite."

Fenton becomes Gizmoduck for the first time.

As fate would have it, Scrooge's new accountant, Fenton Crackshell was at the moment having trouble trying to retrieve Scrooge's Number One Dime after it was stolen by the Beagle Boys. Upon overhearing Scrooge and Gyro talking about it, Fenton decided to borrow the Gizmosuit and use it against the Beagles. In his attempt to put the suit on, Fenton uttered his catchphrase, "Blabberin' blatherskite," unaware of the second word being the trigger word for the suit, and officially became Gizmoduck for the first time. From then on, Fenton always uses "blabberin' blatherskite" to become Gizmoduck, despite only needing the second word it is possible that he does not realize he doesn't have to say the entire phrase.

Once the Gizmosuit has been donned, the only way to extricate oneself from it is to intercept the electronic signal sent to a television by a television remote control. Fenton discovers this while standing in front of his mother's television, after having previously been made to sleep in the carport.

Aside from Fenton, several other DuckTales characters have also worn the Gizmosuit at least once. In the third part of "Super DuckTales", Fenton's mother accidentally ended up wearing the suit when she shouted her son's catch phrase after he accidentally destroyed her TV. She would wear the suit again in "The Duck Who Knew Too Much". Launchpad McQuack has also worn the Gizmosuit at least twice, in the episode "A Case of Mistaken Secret Identity" and the Disney Adventures comic story "A Switch in Time" (in which Scrooge had Fenton and Launchpad switch jobs). Additionally, in "New Gizmo-Kids on the Block", Mrs. Crackshell accidentally shrank the Gizmosuit, which also somehow resulted in the code word being shortened to "blah." Due to this, Huey, Dewey, Louie, and Webby all ended up wearing the suit over the course of the episode.

Darkwing Duck

When Gizmoduck appeared on Darkwing Duck, the Gizmosuit had a noticeably altered design it was somewhat smaller and lacked the black coloring in the upper arms. This may be because, in the DuckTales episode "Attack of the Metal Mites", the suit was eaten by Flintheart Glomgold's Metal Mites, and thus it was slightly redesigned when it was repaired.

DuckTales (2017)

The rebooted version of the Gizmosuit.

The Gizmosuit reappears in the 2017 DuckTales reboot series. It is noticeably bulkier than the iterations from the original continuity, and also noticeably lacks the TV screen on the front, but also has a "G" emblem like the one from the "quack 2" Gizmosuit seen in Darkwing Duck #8 (see below). The end of the episode "The Great Dime Chase!" shows Gyro pondering about making the suit under the name "Project Blatherskite".

In "Beware the B.U.D.D.Y. System!", Gyro has gotten around to making the suit, but it is still in its prototype stage and refuses to let anyone (aside from his interns) see it. Like before, whoever says the suit's code word will activate the suit and become the suit's wearer currently, however, it only responds to Fenton's voice. Ώ] When Fenton needed to save Gyro and company from an out-of-control robot, he utters the code phrase to summon the suit, becoming Gizmoduck for the first time. Gizmoduck has trouble on using the suit as it has not been tested before. Fortunately, the suit has an assistance program to warn Gizmoduck and respond to his requests. Launchpad, Dewey, and Gyro are made aware that Fenton used the suit. After returning the suit, Gyro has Fenton agree to keep the project under wraps but can use the suit whenever he is Gizmoduck. However, Mark Beaks takes a dark interest in the suit for his own.

In "Who is Gizmoduck?!", Fenton attempts to use the suit to stop a bank robbery, but due to not having mastered the suit, accidentally destroys the bank. During a test run at Gyro's lab, Fenton excuses himself with a lab break so he can master its abilities on his own. However, Gyro and Huey discover Fenton, and Fenton accidentally fires a missile at Beaks's helicopter. After Fenton saves Beaks, Beaks proposes that Fenton work for Waddle as Waddleduck. Fenton refuses, but he is soon fired by Gyro, so he accepts Beaks's proposal. With the Gizmosuit rebranded as the Waddleduck suit, Fenton "aids" Duckburg citizens in mundane tasks. During one such task, he attempts to stop a Beagle Boy heist on his own, but is overridden. He decides to quit the job, but Beaks steals the suit and the mantle of Waddleduck for his own. As Beaks unveils himself as Waddleduck, Fenton tries to warn him, but Beaks ignores Fenton and the suit goes haywire. Donning the suit himself, and with Huey making Fenton's brain the core processor, Fenton seemingly sacrifices himself. In the hospital, however, Scrooge and Gyro present a new Gizmosuit for him to don and save Duckburg under Scrooge.

In "The Shadow War!", Fenton summons the Gizmosuit to stop his shadow once Magica summons every Duckburg citizen's shadow. However, his shadow dons the suit and incapacitates Fenton before joining Magica. Fenton's shadow, still in the suit, later confronts Donald Duck in the Money Bin. The suit is never seen afterwards.

The suit's operating system was voiced by Jim Rash.

This section of the article is a stub. You can help Disney Wiki by expanding it.


Appearances

DuckTales

After being forced to move his Money Bin to a location farther away from his mansion, Scrooge McDuck requested Gyro to build a robot who could guard the Bin from robbers. After Gyro's first attempt, the GICU-2 proved to be too efficient at preventing anyone, including Scrooge, from getting close to the Money Bin, Scrooge ordered Gyro to build a new security guard that would have a brain. Gyro proceeded to build a cybernetic suit that would be "bulletproof, fireproof, and knuckleproof." However, due to Scrooge saying that he wanted a security guard with a brain, they would need to hire a person to wear the suit. And to prevent the suit from falling into the wrong hands, Gyro programmed it to be activated by use of a secret code word that he figured nobody but the wearer would ever use - "blatherskite."

Fenton becomes Gizmoduck for the first time.

As fate would have it, Scrooge's new accountant, Fenton Crackshell was at the moment having trouble trying to retrieve Scrooge's Number One Dime after it was stolen by the Beagle Boys. Upon overhearing Scrooge and Gyro talking about it, Fenton decided to borrow the Gizmosuit and use it against the Beagles. In his attempt to put the suit on, Fenton uttered his catchphrase, "Blabberin' blatherskite," unaware of the second word being the trigger word for the suit, and officially became Gizmoduck for the first time. From then on, Fenton always uses "blabberin' blatherskite" to become Gizmoduck, despite only needing the second word it is possible that he does not realize he doesn't have to say the entire phrase.

Once the Gizmosuit has been donned, the only way to extricate oneself from it is to intercept the electronic signal sent to a television by a television remote control. Fenton discovers this while standing in front of his mother's television, after having previously been made to sleep in the carport.

Aside from Fenton, several other DuckTales characters have also worn the Gizmosuit at least once. In the third part of "Super DuckTales", Fenton's mother accidentally ended up wearing the suit when she shouted her son's catch phrase after he accidentally destroyed her TV. She would wear the suit again in "The Duck Who Knew Too Much". Launchpad McQuack has also worn the Gizmosuit at least twice, in the episode "A Case of Mistaken Secret Identity" and the Disney Adventures comic story "A Switch in Time" (in which Scrooge had Fenton and Launchpad switch jobs). Additionally, in "New Gizmo-Kids on the Block", Mrs. Crackshell accidentally shrank the Gizmosuit, which also somehow resulted in the code word being shortened to "blah." Due to this, Huey, Dewey, Louie, and Webby all ended up wearing the suit over the course of the episode.

Darkwing Duck

When Gizmoduck appeared on Darkwing Duck, the Gizmosuit had a noticeably altered design it was somewhat smaller and lacked the black coloring in the upper arms. This may be because, in the DuckTales episode "Attack of the Metal Mites", the suit was eaten by Flintheart Glomgold's Metal Mites, and thus it was slightly redesigned when it was repaired.

DuckTales (2017)

The rebooted version of the Gizmosuit.

The Gizmosuit reappears in the 2017 DuckTales reboot series. It is noticeably bulkier than the iterations from the original continuity, and also noticeably lacks the TV screen on the front, but also has a "G" emblem like the one from the "quack 2" Gizmosuit seen in Darkwing Duck #8 (see below). The end of the episode "The Great Dime Chase!" shows Gyro pondering about making the suit under the name "Project Blatherskite".

In "Beware the B.U.D.D.Y. System!", Gyro has gotten around to making the suit, but it is still in its prototype stage and refuses to let anyone (aside from his interns) see it. Like before, whoever says the suit's code word will activate the suit and become the suit's wearer currently, however, it only responds to Fenton's voice. Ώ] When Fenton needed to save Gyro and company from an out-of-control robot, he utters the code phrase to summon the suit, becoming Gizmoduck for the first time. Gizmoduck has trouble on using the suit as it has not been tested before. Fortunately, the suit has an assistance program to warn Gizmoduck and respond to his requests. Launchpad, Dewey, and Gyro are made aware that Fenton used the suit. After returning the suit, Gyro has Fenton agree to keep the project under wraps but can use the suit whenever he is Gizmoduck. However, Mark Beaks takes a dark interest in the suit for his own.

In "Who is Gizmoduck?!", Fenton attempts to use the suit to stop a bank robbery, but due to not having mastered the suit, accidentally destroys the bank. During a test run at Gyro's lab, Fenton excuses himself with a lab break so he can master its abilities on his own. However, Gyro and Huey discover Fenton, and Fenton accidentally fires a missile at Beaks's helicopter. After Fenton saves Beaks, Beaks proposes that Fenton work for Waddle as Waddleduck. Fenton refuses, but he is soon fired by Gyro, so he accepts Beaks's proposal. With the Gizmosuit rebranded as the Waddleduck suit, Fenton "aids" Duckburg citizens in mundane tasks. During one such task, he attempts to stop a Beagle Boy heist on his own, but is overridden. He decides to quit the job, but Beaks steals the suit and the mantle of Waddleduck for his own. As Beaks unveils himself as Waddleduck, Fenton tries to warn him, but Beaks ignores Fenton and the suit goes haywire. Donning the suit himself, and with Huey making Fenton's brain the core processor, Fenton seemingly sacrifices himself. In the hospital, however, Scrooge and Gyro present a new Gizmosuit for him to don and save Duckburg under Scrooge.

In "The Shadow War!", Fenton summons the Gizmosuit to stop his shadow once Magica summons every Duckburg citizen's shadow. However, his shadow dons the suit and incapacitates Fenton before joining Magica. Fenton's shadow, still in the suit, later confronts Donald Duck in the Money Bin. The suit is never seen afterwards.

The suit's operating system was voiced by Jim Rash.

This section of the article is a stub. You can help Disney Wiki by expanding it.


Appearances

DuckTales

After being forced to move his Money Bin to a location farther away from his mansion, Scrooge McDuck requested Gyro to build a robot who could guard the Bin from robbers. After Gyro's first attempt, the GICU-2 proved to be too efficient at preventing anyone, including Scrooge, from getting close to the Money Bin, Scrooge ordered Gyro to build a new security guard that would have a brain. Gyro proceeded to build a cybernetic suit that would be "bulletproof, fireproof, and knuckleproof." However, due to Scrooge saying that he wanted a security guard with a brain, they would need to hire a person to wear the suit. And to prevent the suit from falling into the wrong hands, Gyro programmed it to be activated by use of a secret code word that he figured nobody but the wearer would ever use - "blatherskite."

Fenton becomes Gizmoduck for the first time.

As fate would have it, Scrooge's new accountant, Fenton Crackshell was at the moment having trouble trying to retrieve Scrooge's Number One Dime after it was stolen by the Beagle Boys. Upon overhearing Scrooge and Gyro talking about it, Fenton decided to borrow the Gizmosuit and use it against the Beagles. In his attempt to put the suit on, Fenton uttered his catchphrase, "Blabberin' blatherskite," unaware of the second word being the trigger word for the suit, and officially became Gizmoduck for the first time. From then on, Fenton always uses "blabberin' blatherskite" to become Gizmoduck, despite only needing the second word it is possible that he does not realize he doesn't have to say the entire phrase.

Once the Gizmosuit has been donned, the only way to extricate oneself from it is to intercept the electronic signal sent to a television by a television remote control. Fenton discovers this while standing in front of his mother's television, after having previously been made to sleep in the carport.

Aside from Fenton, several other DuckTales characters have also worn the Gizmosuit at least once. In the third part of "Super DuckTales", Fenton's mother accidentally ended up wearing the suit when she shouted her son's catch phrase after he accidentally destroyed her TV. She would wear the suit again in "The Duck Who Knew Too Much". Launchpad McQuack has also worn the Gizmosuit at least twice, in the episode "A Case of Mistaken Secret Identity" and the Disney Adventures comic story "A Switch in Time" (in which Scrooge had Fenton and Launchpad switch jobs). Additionally, in "New Gizmo-Kids on the Block", Mrs. Crackshell accidentally shrank the Gizmosuit, which also somehow resulted in the code word being shortened to "blah." Due to this, Huey, Dewey, Louie, and Webby all ended up wearing the suit over the course of the episode.

Darkwing Duck

When Gizmoduck appeared on Darkwing Duck, the Gizmosuit had a noticeably altered design it was somewhat smaller and lacked the black coloring in the upper arms. This may be because, in the DuckTales episode "Attack of the Metal Mites", the suit was eaten by Flintheart Glomgold's Metal Mites, and thus it was slightly redesigned when it was repaired.

DuckTales (2017)

The rebooted version of the Gizmosuit.

The Gizmosuit reappears in the 2017 DuckTales reboot series. It is noticeably bulkier than the iterations from the original continuity, and also noticeably lacks the TV screen on the front, but also has a "G" emblem like the one from the "quack 2" Gizmosuit seen in Darkwing Duck #8 (see below). The end of the episode "The Great Dime Chase!" shows Gyro pondering about making the suit under the name "Project Blatherskite".

In "Beware the B.U.D.D.Y. System!", Gyro has gotten around to making the suit, but it is still in its prototype stage and refuses to let anyone (aside from his interns) see it. Like before, whoever says the suit's code word will activate the suit and become the suit's wearer currently, however, it only responds to Fenton's voice. Ώ] When Fenton needed to save Gyro and company from an out-of-control robot, he utters the code phrase to summon the suit, becoming Gizmoduck for the first time. Gizmoduck has trouble on using the suit as it has not been tested before. Fortunately, the suit has an assistance program to warn Gizmoduck and respond to his requests. Launchpad, Dewey, and Gyro are made aware that Fenton used the suit. After returning the suit, Gyro has Fenton agree to keep the project under wraps but can use the suit whenever he is Gizmoduck. However, Mark Beaks takes a dark interest in the suit for his own.

In "Who is Gizmoduck?!", Fenton attempts to use the suit to stop a bank robbery, but due to not having mastered the suit, accidentally destroys the bank. During a test run at Gyro's lab, Fenton excuses himself with a lab break so he can master its abilities on his own. However, Gyro and Huey discover Fenton, and Fenton accidentally fires a missile at Beaks's helicopter. After Fenton saves Beaks, Beaks proposes that Fenton work for Waddle as Waddleduck. Fenton refuses, but he is soon fired by Gyro, so he accepts Beaks's proposal. With the Gizmosuit rebranded as the Waddleduck suit, Fenton "aids" Duckburg citizens in mundane tasks. During one such task, he attempts to stop a Beagle Boy heist on his own, but is overridden. He decides to quit the job, but Beaks steals the suit and the mantle of Waddleduck for his own. As Beaks unveils himself as Waddleduck, Fenton tries to warn him, but Beaks ignores Fenton and the suit goes haywire. Donning the suit himself, and with Huey making Fenton's brain the core processor, Fenton seemingly sacrifices himself. In the hospital, however, Scrooge and Gyro present a new Gizmosuit for him to don and save Duckburg under Scrooge.

In "The Shadow War!", Fenton summons the Gizmosuit to stop his shadow once Magica summons every Duckburg citizen's shadow. However, his shadow dons the suit and incapacitates Fenton before joining Magica. Fenton's shadow, still in the suit, later confronts Donald Duck in the Money Bin. The suit is never seen afterwards.

The suit's operating system was voiced by Jim Rash.

This section of the article is a stub. You can help Disney Wiki by expanding it.


Appearances

DuckTales

After being forced to move his Money Bin to a location farther away from his mansion, Scrooge McDuck requested Gyro to build a robot who could guard the Bin from robbers. After Gyro's first attempt, the GICU-2 proved to be too efficient at preventing anyone, including Scrooge, from getting close to the Money Bin, Scrooge ordered Gyro to build a new security guard that would have a brain. Gyro proceeded to build a cybernetic suit that would be "bulletproof, fireproof, and knuckleproof." However, due to Scrooge saying that he wanted a security guard with a brain, they would need to hire a person to wear the suit. And to prevent the suit from falling into the wrong hands, Gyro programmed it to be activated by use of a secret code word that he figured nobody but the wearer would ever use - "blatherskite."

Fenton becomes Gizmoduck for the first time.

As fate would have it, Scrooge's new accountant, Fenton Crackshell was at the moment having trouble trying to retrieve Scrooge's Number One Dime after it was stolen by the Beagle Boys. Upon overhearing Scrooge and Gyro talking about it, Fenton decided to borrow the Gizmosuit and use it against the Beagles. In his attempt to put the suit on, Fenton uttered his catchphrase, "Blabberin' blatherskite," unaware of the second word being the trigger word for the suit, and officially became Gizmoduck for the first time. From then on, Fenton always uses "blabberin' blatherskite" to become Gizmoduck, despite only needing the second word it is possible that he does not realize he doesn't have to say the entire phrase.

Once the Gizmosuit has been donned, the only way to extricate oneself from it is to intercept the electronic signal sent to a television by a television remote control. Fenton discovers this while standing in front of his mother's television, after having previously been made to sleep in the carport.

Aside from Fenton, several other DuckTales characters have also worn the Gizmosuit at least once. In the third part of "Super DuckTales", Fenton's mother accidentally ended up wearing the suit when she shouted her son's catch phrase after he accidentally destroyed her TV. She would wear the suit again in "The Duck Who Knew Too Much". Launchpad McQuack has also worn the Gizmosuit at least twice, in the episode "A Case of Mistaken Secret Identity" and the Disney Adventures comic story "A Switch in Time" (in which Scrooge had Fenton and Launchpad switch jobs). Additionally, in "New Gizmo-Kids on the Block", Mrs. Crackshell accidentally shrank the Gizmosuit, which also somehow resulted in the code word being shortened to "blah." Due to this, Huey, Dewey, Louie, and Webby all ended up wearing the suit over the course of the episode.

Darkwing Duck

When Gizmoduck appeared on Darkwing Duck, the Gizmosuit had a noticeably altered design it was somewhat smaller and lacked the black coloring in the upper arms. This may be because, in the DuckTales episode "Attack of the Metal Mites", the suit was eaten by Flintheart Glomgold's Metal Mites, and thus it was slightly redesigned when it was repaired.

DuckTales (2017)

The rebooted version of the Gizmosuit.

The Gizmosuit reappears in the 2017 DuckTales reboot series. It is noticeably bulkier than the iterations from the original continuity, and also noticeably lacks the TV screen on the front, but also has a "G" emblem like the one from the "quack 2" Gizmosuit seen in Darkwing Duck #8 (see below). The end of the episode "The Great Dime Chase!" shows Gyro pondering about making the suit under the name "Project Blatherskite".

In "Beware the B.U.D.D.Y. System!", Gyro has gotten around to making the suit, but it is still in its prototype stage and refuses to let anyone (aside from his interns) see it. Like before, whoever says the suit's code word will activate the suit and become the suit's wearer currently, however, it only responds to Fenton's voice. Ώ] When Fenton needed to save Gyro and company from an out-of-control robot, he utters the code phrase to summon the suit, becoming Gizmoduck for the first time. Gizmoduck has trouble on using the suit as it has not been tested before. Fortunately, the suit has an assistance program to warn Gizmoduck and respond to his requests. Launchpad, Dewey, and Gyro are made aware that Fenton used the suit. After returning the suit, Gyro has Fenton agree to keep the project under wraps but can use the suit whenever he is Gizmoduck. However, Mark Beaks takes a dark interest in the suit for his own.

In "Who is Gizmoduck?!", Fenton attempts to use the suit to stop a bank robbery, but due to not having mastered the suit, accidentally destroys the bank. During a test run at Gyro's lab, Fenton excuses himself with a lab break so he can master its abilities on his own. However, Gyro and Huey discover Fenton, and Fenton accidentally fires a missile at Beaks's helicopter. After Fenton saves Beaks, Beaks proposes that Fenton work for Waddle as Waddleduck. Fenton refuses, but he is soon fired by Gyro, so he accepts Beaks's proposal. With the Gizmosuit rebranded as the Waddleduck suit, Fenton "aids" Duckburg citizens in mundane tasks. During one such task, he attempts to stop a Beagle Boy heist on his own, but is overridden. He decides to quit the job, but Beaks steals the suit and the mantle of Waddleduck for his own. As Beaks unveils himself as Waddleduck, Fenton tries to warn him, but Beaks ignores Fenton and the suit goes haywire. Donning the suit himself, and with Huey making Fenton's brain the core processor, Fenton seemingly sacrifices himself. In the hospital, however, Scrooge and Gyro present a new Gizmosuit for him to don and save Duckburg under Scrooge.

In "The Shadow War!", Fenton summons the Gizmosuit to stop his shadow once Magica summons every Duckburg citizen's shadow. However, his shadow dons the suit and incapacitates Fenton before joining Magica. Fenton's shadow, still in the suit, later confronts Donald Duck in the Money Bin. The suit is never seen afterwards.

The suit's operating system was voiced by Jim Rash.

This section of the article is a stub. You can help Disney Wiki by expanding it.


Appearances

DuckTales

After being forced to move his Money Bin to a location farther away from his mansion, Scrooge McDuck requested Gyro to build a robot who could guard the Bin from robbers. After Gyro's first attempt, the GICU-2 proved to be too efficient at preventing anyone, including Scrooge, from getting close to the Money Bin, Scrooge ordered Gyro to build a new security guard that would have a brain. Gyro proceeded to build a cybernetic suit that would be "bulletproof, fireproof, and knuckleproof." However, due to Scrooge saying that he wanted a security guard with a brain, they would need to hire a person to wear the suit. And to prevent the suit from falling into the wrong hands, Gyro programmed it to be activated by use of a secret code word that he figured nobody but the wearer would ever use - "blatherskite."

Fenton becomes Gizmoduck for the first time.

As fate would have it, Scrooge's new accountant, Fenton Crackshell was at the moment having trouble trying to retrieve Scrooge's Number One Dime after it was stolen by the Beagle Boys. Upon overhearing Scrooge and Gyro talking about it, Fenton decided to borrow the Gizmosuit and use it against the Beagles. In his attempt to put the suit on, Fenton uttered his catchphrase, "Blabberin' blatherskite," unaware of the second word being the trigger word for the suit, and officially became Gizmoduck for the first time. From then on, Fenton always uses "blabberin' blatherskite" to become Gizmoduck, despite only needing the second word it is possible that he does not realize he doesn't have to say the entire phrase.

Once the Gizmosuit has been donned, the only way to extricate oneself from it is to intercept the electronic signal sent to a television by a television remote control. Fenton discovers this while standing in front of his mother's television, after having previously been made to sleep in the carport.

Aside from Fenton, several other DuckTales characters have also worn the Gizmosuit at least once. In the third part of "Super DuckTales", Fenton's mother accidentally ended up wearing the suit when she shouted her son's catch phrase after he accidentally destroyed her TV. She would wear the suit again in "The Duck Who Knew Too Much". Launchpad McQuack has also worn the Gizmosuit at least twice, in the episode "A Case of Mistaken Secret Identity" and the Disney Adventures comic story "A Switch in Time" (in which Scrooge had Fenton and Launchpad switch jobs). Additionally, in "New Gizmo-Kids on the Block", Mrs. Crackshell accidentally shrank the Gizmosuit, which also somehow resulted in the code word being shortened to "blah." Due to this, Huey, Dewey, Louie, and Webby all ended up wearing the suit over the course of the episode.

Darkwing Duck

When Gizmoduck appeared on Darkwing Duck, the Gizmosuit had a noticeably altered design it was somewhat smaller and lacked the black coloring in the upper arms. This may be because, in the DuckTales episode "Attack of the Metal Mites", the suit was eaten by Flintheart Glomgold's Metal Mites, and thus it was slightly redesigned when it was repaired.

DuckTales (2017)

The rebooted version of the Gizmosuit.

The Gizmosuit reappears in the 2017 DuckTales reboot series. It is noticeably bulkier than the iterations from the original continuity, and also noticeably lacks the TV screen on the front, but also has a "G" emblem like the one from the "quack 2" Gizmosuit seen in Darkwing Duck #8 (see below). The end of the episode "The Great Dime Chase!" shows Gyro pondering about making the suit under the name "Project Blatherskite".

In "Beware the B.U.D.D.Y. System!", Gyro has gotten around to making the suit, but it is still in its prototype stage and refuses to let anyone (aside from his interns) see it. Like before, whoever says the suit's code word will activate the suit and become the suit's wearer currently, however, it only responds to Fenton's voice. Ώ] When Fenton needed to save Gyro and company from an out-of-control robot, he utters the code phrase to summon the suit, becoming Gizmoduck for the first time. Gizmoduck has trouble on using the suit as it has not been tested before. Fortunately, the suit has an assistance program to warn Gizmoduck and respond to his requests. Launchpad, Dewey, and Gyro are made aware that Fenton used the suit. After returning the suit, Gyro has Fenton agree to keep the project under wraps but can use the suit whenever he is Gizmoduck. However, Mark Beaks takes a dark interest in the suit for his own.

In "Who is Gizmoduck?!", Fenton attempts to use the suit to stop a bank robbery, but due to not having mastered the suit, accidentally destroys the bank. During a test run at Gyro's lab, Fenton excuses himself with a lab break so he can master its abilities on his own. However, Gyro and Huey discover Fenton, and Fenton accidentally fires a missile at Beaks's helicopter. After Fenton saves Beaks, Beaks proposes that Fenton work for Waddle as Waddleduck. Fenton refuses, but he is soon fired by Gyro, so he accepts Beaks's proposal. With the Gizmosuit rebranded as the Waddleduck suit, Fenton "aids" Duckburg citizens in mundane tasks. During one such task, he attempts to stop a Beagle Boy heist on his own, but is overridden. He decides to quit the job, but Beaks steals the suit and the mantle of Waddleduck for his own. As Beaks unveils himself as Waddleduck, Fenton tries to warn him, but Beaks ignores Fenton and the suit goes haywire. Donning the suit himself, and with Huey making Fenton's brain the core processor, Fenton seemingly sacrifices himself. In the hospital, however, Scrooge and Gyro present a new Gizmosuit for him to don and save Duckburg under Scrooge.

In "The Shadow War!", Fenton summons the Gizmosuit to stop his shadow once Magica summons every Duckburg citizen's shadow. However, his shadow dons the suit and incapacitates Fenton before joining Magica. Fenton's shadow, still in the suit, later confronts Donald Duck in the Money Bin. The suit is never seen afterwards.

The suit's operating system was voiced by Jim Rash.

This section of the article is a stub. You can help Disney Wiki by expanding it.


Appearances

DuckTales

After being forced to move his Money Bin to a location farther away from his mansion, Scrooge McDuck requested Gyro to build a robot who could guard the Bin from robbers. After Gyro's first attempt, the GICU-2 proved to be too efficient at preventing anyone, including Scrooge, from getting close to the Money Bin, Scrooge ordered Gyro to build a new security guard that would have a brain. Gyro proceeded to build a cybernetic suit that would be "bulletproof, fireproof, and knuckleproof." However, due to Scrooge saying that he wanted a security guard with a brain, they would need to hire a person to wear the suit. And to prevent the suit from falling into the wrong hands, Gyro programmed it to be activated by use of a secret code word that he figured nobody but the wearer would ever use - "blatherskite."

Fenton becomes Gizmoduck for the first time.

As fate would have it, Scrooge's new accountant, Fenton Crackshell was at the moment having trouble trying to retrieve Scrooge's Number One Dime after it was stolen by the Beagle Boys. Upon overhearing Scrooge and Gyro talking about it, Fenton decided to borrow the Gizmosuit and use it against the Beagles. In his attempt to put the suit on, Fenton uttered his catchphrase, "Blabberin' blatherskite," unaware of the second word being the trigger word for the suit, and officially became Gizmoduck for the first time. From then on, Fenton always uses "blabberin' blatherskite" to become Gizmoduck, despite only needing the second word it is possible that he does not realize he doesn't have to say the entire phrase.

Once the Gizmosuit has been donned, the only way to extricate oneself from it is to intercept the electronic signal sent to a television by a television remote control. Fenton discovers this while standing in front of his mother's television, after having previously been made to sleep in the carport.

Aside from Fenton, several other DuckTales characters have also worn the Gizmosuit at least once. In the third part of "Super DuckTales", Fenton's mother accidentally ended up wearing the suit when she shouted her son's catch phrase after he accidentally destroyed her TV. She would wear the suit again in "The Duck Who Knew Too Much". Launchpad McQuack has also worn the Gizmosuit at least twice, in the episode "A Case of Mistaken Secret Identity" and the Disney Adventures comic story "A Switch in Time" (in which Scrooge had Fenton and Launchpad switch jobs). Additionally, in "New Gizmo-Kids on the Block", Mrs. Crackshell accidentally shrank the Gizmosuit, which also somehow resulted in the code word being shortened to "blah." Due to this, Huey, Dewey, Louie, and Webby all ended up wearing the suit over the course of the episode.

Darkwing Duck

When Gizmoduck appeared on Darkwing Duck, the Gizmosuit had a noticeably altered design it was somewhat smaller and lacked the black coloring in the upper arms. This may be because, in the DuckTales episode "Attack of the Metal Mites", the suit was eaten by Flintheart Glomgold's Metal Mites, and thus it was slightly redesigned when it was repaired.

DuckTales (2017)

The rebooted version of the Gizmosuit.

The Gizmosuit reappears in the 2017 DuckTales reboot series. It is noticeably bulkier than the iterations from the original continuity, and also noticeably lacks the TV screen on the front, but also has a "G" emblem like the one from the "quack 2" Gizmosuit seen in Darkwing Duck #8 (see below). The end of the episode "The Great Dime Chase!" shows Gyro pondering about making the suit under the name "Project Blatherskite".

In "Beware the B.U.D.D.Y. System!", Gyro has gotten around to making the suit, but it is still in its prototype stage and refuses to let anyone (aside from his interns) see it. Like before, whoever says the suit's code word will activate the suit and become the suit's wearer currently, however, it only responds to Fenton's voice. Ώ] When Fenton needed to save Gyro and company from an out-of-control robot, he utters the code phrase to summon the suit, becoming Gizmoduck for the first time. Gizmoduck has trouble on using the suit as it has not been tested before. Fortunately, the suit has an assistance program to warn Gizmoduck and respond to his requests. Launchpad, Dewey, and Gyro are made aware that Fenton used the suit. After returning the suit, Gyro has Fenton agree to keep the project under wraps but can use the suit whenever he is Gizmoduck. However, Mark Beaks takes a dark interest in the suit for his own.

In "Who is Gizmoduck?!", Fenton attempts to use the suit to stop a bank robbery, but due to not having mastered the suit, accidentally destroys the bank. During a test run at Gyro's lab, Fenton excuses himself with a lab break so he can master its abilities on his own. However, Gyro and Huey discover Fenton, and Fenton accidentally fires a missile at Beaks's helicopter. After Fenton saves Beaks, Beaks proposes that Fenton work for Waddle as Waddleduck. Fenton refuses, but he is soon fired by Gyro, so he accepts Beaks's proposal. With the Gizmosuit rebranded as the Waddleduck suit, Fenton "aids" Duckburg citizens in mundane tasks. During one such task, he attempts to stop a Beagle Boy heist on his own, but is overridden. He decides to quit the job, but Beaks steals the suit and the mantle of Waddleduck for his own. As Beaks unveils himself as Waddleduck, Fenton tries to warn him, but Beaks ignores Fenton and the suit goes haywire. Donning the suit himself, and with Huey making Fenton's brain the core processor, Fenton seemingly sacrifices himself. In the hospital, however, Scrooge and Gyro present a new Gizmosuit for him to don and save Duckburg under Scrooge.

In "The Shadow War!", Fenton summons the Gizmosuit to stop his shadow once Magica summons every Duckburg citizen's shadow. However, his shadow dons the suit and incapacitates Fenton before joining Magica. Fenton's shadow, still in the suit, later confronts Donald Duck in the Money Bin. The suit is never seen afterwards.

The suit's operating system was voiced by Jim Rash.

This section of the article is a stub. You can help Disney Wiki by expanding it.


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