History WesternAnimation / GoofTroop

3rd Jul '17 11:53:23 PM PPPSSC
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* BigThinShortTrio: The biker gang in "Queasy Rider" have this design, though they don't have very well-defined personalities.

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* BigThinShortTrio: The biker gang Roadhogs in "Queasy Rider" have this design, though they don't have very well-defined personalities.design. The short guy is the leader, the thin guy talks more than he thinks, and the big guy barely says anything at all.



* CementShoes: Pete and Goofy spot TheMafia killing someone with a cement ''suit'' in "Goof Fellas." Too bad [[TooDumbToLive Goofy mistakes them for tailors and starts talking to them]].

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* CementShoes: Pete and Goofy spot TheMafia killing someone with a cement ''suit'' in "Goof Fellas." Too bad [[TooDumbToLive Goofy mistakes them themFco for tailors and starts talking to them]].



* ParentsAsPeople: While Goofy and Pete's (and Peg's to a lesser extent) parenting methods are important to many episodes, there are also a large crop of episodes where the parents go on adventures where the kids are either barely involved or completely absent, including as early as the fourth episode, "Unreal Estate".



--> '''Pete''': Well, I wasn't next door scaring the kids!

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--> '''Pete''': Well, I wasn't next door out scaring the kids!
29th Jun '17 12:37:29 PM MisterCPC
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** Goofy's CriminalDoppleganger in "Counterfeit Goof" behaves similarly to Mr. Wheeler from the short "Motor Mania," when he's seen ranting after getting stuck behind Goofy in track.
25th Jun '17 12:47:47 PM WileK209
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* KidsShouldntWatchHorrorFilms: Pretty much played straight in "Midnight Movie Madness." Pete (intentionally) and Goofy (unintentionally) make it worse for Max and P.J.


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* LatexPerfection: Parodied in "Buddy Building." At one point on their mission, Goofy and Max bump into each other, and then Goofy tugs off his rubber mask to reveal Pete. But then he [[MultiLayerFacade pulls off that mask]] to reveal Giblet the Clown, and [[OverlyLongGag under that is]] a [[AttractiveBentGender cute female dogface person]], and then "she" pulls that mask off to reveal Goofy once again, who somehow is able to [[BodyHorror take off his own face]], but Max isn't amused.
11th Apr '17 1:32:23 PM speedyboris
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* DrivenToMadness: PlayedForLaughs: A lot of episodes end with Pete LaughingMad. See "In Goof We Trust" for just one example.
11th Apr '17 10:45:32 AM speedyboris
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* {{Remaster}}: In 2017, the complete series (minus "Counterfeit Goof" for some strange reason) was remastered and released on [=iTunes=] in HD.
5th Feb '17 3:41:27 PM eaterofworlds
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[[caption-width-right:300:Goofy and Max are bonding.]]

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[[caption-width-right:300:Goofy and Max are bonding.Son.]]
17th Jan '17 8:57:43 AM PPPSSC
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* DepartmentOfChildDisservices: In "Date with Destiny", we learn that Social Services technically exists. Of course, they're completely useless, taking Max away from Goofy with almost no investigation into the matter. Perhaps the house being half-demolished would warrant Max being removed for a short time, but he's actually returned even as the house gets ''even more'' damaged. Miss Pennypacker does no research into the house Max would stay at. And at the end, she asks Goofy to take her out to dinner on a whim, which just goes to show how unprofessional she is.
** And despite them existing, and PJ's personality suggesting a rough home life, and all the mishaps he gets into with Max, nobody has ever looked into PJ's situation. [[SkewedPriorities Ever.]] Presumably because Pete has ''two'' parents.

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* DepartmentOfChildDisservices: DepartmentOfChildDisservices:
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In "Date with Destiny", we learn that Social Services technically exists. Of course, they're completely useless, taking Max away from Goofy with almost no investigation into the matter. Perhaps the house being half-demolished would warrant Max being removed for a short time, but he's actually returned even as the house gets ''even more'' damaged. Miss Pennypacker does no research into the house Max would stay at. And at the end, she asks Goofy to take her out to dinner on a whim, which just goes to show how unprofessional she is.
** And despite them existing, and PJ's personality suggesting a rough home life, and all the mishaps he gets into with Max, and Pete actually doing and admitting to doing bad things to PJ in public places on multiple occasions, nobody has ever looked looks into PJ's situation. [[SkewedPriorities Ever.]] Presumably because Pete PJ has ''two'' parents.
17th Jan '17 5:49:43 AM Tightwire
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* DepartmentOfChildDisservices: In "Date with Destiny", Max has to move in with the Petes because life with Goofy is too unstable, which means that he had ''two'' bad nights, one of which was spent writing a report, and the other of which wasn't even Goofy's fault to begin with. (It was Pete's). And yet... ''[[SocialServicesDoesNotExist no one]]'' thinks to look into PJ's situation. [[SkewedPriorities Ever.]]

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* DepartmentOfChildDisservices: In "Date with Destiny", we learn that Social Services technically exists. Of course, they're completely useless, taking Max has to move in with the Petes because life with away from Goofy is too unstable, with almost no investigation into the matter. Perhaps the house being half-demolished would warrant Max being removed for a short time, but he's actually returned even as the house gets ''even more'' damaged. Miss Pennypacker does no research into the house Max would stay at. And at the end, she asks Goofy to take her out to dinner on a whim, which means that he had ''two'' bad nights, one of which was spent writing a report, just goes to show how unprofessional she is.
** And despite them existing,
and PJ's personality suggesting a rough home life, and all the other of which wasn't even Goofy's fault to begin with. (It was Pete's). And yet... ''[[SocialServicesDoesNotExist no one]]'' thinks to look mishaps he gets into with Max, nobody has ever looked into PJ's situation. [[SkewedPriorities Ever.]]]] Presumably because Pete has ''two'' parents.



* SocialServicesDoesNotExist: Averted in "Date with Destiny" where Max had to live with the Pete family for a short period of time, after his principal deemed that life with Goofy is too unstable (see DepartmentOfChildDisservices). But for the most part, this is played entirely straight, to the point that Pete can say or imply he abuses or neglects PJ in a courtroom ("Bringin' on the Rain") or a hospital ("Axed by Addition") and not get looked into, despite the fact that PJ's warning signs are numerous and a few are not very subtle.
15th Jan '17 7:05:29 AM Nevermore2002
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** Pete use a device to brainwash Goofy into taking anything he finds, essentially turning him into a thief. Unfortunately, Goofy end up ''stealing anything he came across in town'', linking all the thefts to Pete.

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** In of his schemes, Pete use a device to brainwash Goofy into taking anything he finds, essentially turning him into a thief. Unfortunately, Goofy end up ''stealing anything everything he came across in town'', across'', linking all the thefts to Pete.
12th Jan '17 5:37:00 PM Nevermore2002
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** Pete use a device to brainwash Goofy into taking anything he finds, essentially turning him into a thief. Unfortunately, Goofy end up ''stealing anything he came across'', linking all the thefts to Pete.

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** Pete use a device to brainwash Goofy into taking anything he finds, essentially turning him into a thief. Unfortunately, Goofy end up ''stealing anything he came across'', across in town'', linking all the thefts to Pete.
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