So anyway reminder that when an enemy swung a sword at Danny, Tucker’s first instinct was to shield him with his body.
Sure, it’s a ghost sword and doesn’t actually kill you, but consider: If Tucker didn’t think about it and acted solely on impulse, it means his brain didn’t have time to consider that he’d survive. On the other hand, if he did completely think through his actions, that means he realized that he would be sent to a dimension made up of all his worst fears, and that he didn’t know if he’d be able to be brought back.
Danny’s the superhero. Tucker doesn’t have any special powers. But that’s his friend in danger, and he immediately rushes in.
If you do not love Tucker and think of him only as a comic relief character, you can fight me.
forgive me if someone has done this joke before but no one can convince me that at no point in four years of tomfoolery no (strong) hockey dude picked up holster, proclaimed “im holding him for ransom” and then tried to hand him to one justin oluransi