...what, you say it's not Valentine's Day? HA! TRICKED YOU! Happy April Fool's Day!
...what, you say it's not April Fool's day? HA AND HA AGAIN! You fell for my diabolical two-part trap! You FOOL!
...right. Enough nonsense.
Darkwing and Morgana are having a romantic evening out in a graveyard (quick question: is Morgana supposed to know DW's secret identity?), but they get in a spat because he doesn't want her helping him with crimefighting stuff because she turned him into a rutabaga last time and also because he may have vague suspicions that she's not all the way reformed. Negaduck, who is nearby stealing diamond engagement rings (pretty penny-ante behavior for the guy who's supposed to be the show's biggest heavy, I must say), when he sees them fighting and decides, ho ho, he can maybe perhaps unreform her and enlist her help.
To this end, he pretends to be himself reformed, in a performance that makes Pegleg Pete's many fake reforms look downright convincing. I feel like if he really wants this to work, he should sound less heavy-handedly sarcastic all the time. But the act kinda works, in part because, hey, if Morgana can really be reformed…
So this tomfoolery goes on for a while; in the meantime, Gosalyn and Morgana's spider Archie and her bats Eek and Squeak, who were grossed out by the DW/Morgana mushy stuff, nonetheless try their best to get those two lovebirds back together, in part by brewing a love potion, and if you can't guess the sort of things that go wrong here, I can only assume you've never been exposed to media before--though in fairness, DW and Gosalyn both in turn being smitten with Negaduck is pretty funny.
Solid episode; the focus on this relationship is more engaging than most of the pro-forma villain-showdown things we see, and the whole thing's more well-written than not. There are some good/terrible lines: having immobilized Morgana by encasing her in chocolate, Negaduck samples a bit and remarks "I've always loved women with good taste!" GROAN. Also, when he's kind of creepily trying to seduce Morgana, he declares "your beak is a golden temple of rapturous bliss," and if there's ever been a more thinly-veiled bit of R-rated (at any rate) dialogue in a Disney show, I'd like to know what it is.
So anyway, more like this would be fine.