About that review, I noticed this was mentioned: There is no need to worry about DuckTales' ratings at the moment. Disney XD issued this ratings release just last week about the great ratings DuckTales has had on the channel. And the fact Disney XD is mentioning them is the most important reason why DuckTales ratings are fine. Relative ratings, ratings to other shows on the same network, matter far more than absolute ratings. There is a reason why DuckTales and Star Vs. The Forces of Evil get so much more promotion than other shows on Disney XD. There is also this Den of Geek review. The "House of Cards Zone" line used there reminded me of what a labyrinth is usually thought of first nowadays: a repeating section of a video game level like those seen in Mario and Sonic games. Perhaps this episode could be used for the basis of a level in a new DuckTales video game if Disney creates one. What I liked about this episode was Scrooge at the check-in scene, where he knew something was off by Toad Liu Hai's "perhaps you'll never want to leave" part, and Scrooge has probably heard things like that from villains hundreds of times before. He's not easily fooled. Also, I believe not showing Launchpad's adventure was both intentional by the writers, to make us curious about it as a potential story later on, and more importantly, possibly not irrelevant to the main story. It's easy to dismiss it as "Launchpad is just being crazy again," but I think there may be something more to it. We've already had a reference to Darkwing Duck's F.O.W.L. in this show. I've thought of the possibility that Launchpad in this show is working for S.H.U.S.H., as a potential way for him to meet Darkwing Duck later on.