He was voiced by Danny Pudi, who also voiced Brainy Smurf from Smurfs: The Lost Village.
He is the smartest of the group, and very enthusiastic in being a Junior Woodchuck.
Donald Duck reluctantly leaves his nephews Huey, Dewey and Louie with his estranged uncle Scrooge McDuck, while he goes on a job interview. After Scrooge locks the boys into a room for making fun of him, the triplets come across Webby Vanderquack who befriends them and shows off a collection of relics and artifacts that Scrooge and Donald found during their previous adventures, only to accidentally release various ancients evils housed in them. After the kids help him to contain them back.
Huey, Dewey and Louie decide to take Webby to Funso's Fun Zone. However, due to the fact that she was locked in the Manor for almost all her life.
After seeing a scary movie, Huey, Webby, and Lena explore an abandoned subway line in search of legendary creatures and end up trapped there with the others (Mrs. Beakley, Louie, Dewey and Launchpad). As they struggle to escape,
Huey and Webby argue over the creatures being real or not, as Huey believes only in the things written in his book and is afraid to do anything which doesn't follow the book's instructions. However, in the end, the two reconcile and find out that the creatures are actually true.
- Unlike his brothers, Huey still keeps his original name, Hubert as well his cap.
- He shares similarities with Brainy Smurf, both were voiced by Danny Pudi and appear to be very clever.
- Della Duck, his mother, was originally going to name him Jet.