History WesternAnimation / GoofTroop

7th Feb '16 2:57:54 AM rafi
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** Peg often defends Goofy against Pete, but in an episode Peg actually kisses Goofy ON THE LIPS! to prove a point.
26th Oct '15 2:36:38 PM PPPSSC
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* GaleForceSound: Done in "Shake, Rattle and Goof".

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* GaleForceSound: Done in "Shake, Rattle and Goof".Goof" when Max and PJ are watching a concert on TV and the sounds from the speakers keep pushing Goofy out of the room.
26th Oct '15 10:29:49 AM speedyboris
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* GaleForceSound: Done in "Shake, Rattle and Goof".
1st Oct '15 10:33:27 PM mlsmithca
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--> '''Pistol''': "What about [[PunnyName Amelia Airhead]], and Sally Ride, and TheFlyingNun?"

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--> ---> '''Pistol''': "What What about [[PunnyName Amelia Airhead]], and Sally Ride, and TheFlyingNun?"TheFlyingNun?


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** In "Big City Blues", the shady taxi driver whom Goofy and Pete hire during the search for Max and PJ repeatedly says, "Are you talkin' to me!?", a nod to the iconic scene featuring that line from ''Film/TaxiDriver''.
1st Oct '15 11:07:49 AM PPPSSC
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* LikeFatherLikeSon: This general concept is {{Discussed|trope}} in the theme song and from time to time in-universe, but the show averts it with the Goof boys who have at least as many differences as similarities and inverts it with the Pete boys who have almost nothing in common. Also inverted in the sense that both sons have significantly more in common with each other's fathers than their own.

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* LikeFatherLikeSon: This general concept is {{Discussed|trope}} in the theme song and from time to time in-universe, but the show averts it with [[LikeFatherUnlikeSon demonstrates the Goof boys who have at least as many differences as similarities and inverts it with the Pete boys who have almost nothing in common. Also exact opposite]]. It's also inverted in the sense that both sons have significantly more in common with each other's fathers than their own.own.
* LikeFatherUnlikeSon:
** Goofy and Max have some things in common such as optimism and clumsiness, but they're also different in many respects, such as Goofy being stupid and Max being clever, Goofy being selfless and Max being selfish, and [[WackyParentSeriousChild Goofy being wacky and Max being serious]].
** In most ways, Pete and PJ are polar opposites. Some of the most obvious trait dissimilarities are Pete's enormous ego and PJ's low self-esteem, Pete being a two-faced hypocrite while PJ is honest to a fault, Pete being a fierce bully while PJ is generally sweet and passive-aggressive at worst, and Pete having a great entrepreneurial spirit but no common sense while PJ is the OnlySaneMan who would rather assist in most situations. They're also a SensitiveGuyAndManlyMan whose relationship is extremely lopsided.
25th Sep '15 9:58:07 PM MHarrington
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* RedEyesTakeWarning: In "Wrecks, Lies and Videotapes", when Max learns that Pete entered the recorded video himself and thus cheated the Goofs out of their prize, Max gets so angry that his eyes turn red.
25th Sep '15 9:54:02 PM MHarrington
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* OhCrap: In "Wrecks, Lies and Videotapes", this is Goofy's reaction when Pete lights the fuse of his "safety harness" when he agrees to paint the line on a ramp. This is also Pete's reaction when the structure collapses around him.
19th Aug '15 11:45:40 AM Market43Fan
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* ForgottenAnniversary: "Peg o' the Jungle" mentions this is a common occurrence for Pete--he always forgets and then heads off to get Peg some cheap gift at the very last second. Peg is sick of going through the motions and so comes up with a ZanyScheme of her own to get back at him, involving the rest of the cast disguising themselves as Pete and Peg pretending not to know who her real husband is until he proves himself with a romantic gesture.

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* ForgottenAnniversary: "Peg o' the Jungle" mentions this is a common occurrence for Pete--he always forgets and then heads off to get Peg some [[ConvenienceStoreGiftShopping cheap gift at the very last second.second]]. Peg is sick of going through the motions and so comes up with a ZanyScheme of her own to get back at him, involving the rest of the cast disguising themselves as Pete and Peg pretending not to know who her real husband is until he proves himself with a romantic gesture.
22nd Jul '15 3:48:39 PM PPPSSC
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* AllJustADream: It's shown that "Dr. Horatio's Magic Orchestra" was all just [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext a sapient horn's]] dream.

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* AllJustADream: It's shown that "Dr. Horatio's Magic Orchestra" was all just [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext [[GainaxEnding a sapient horn's]] dream.horn's dream]].


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* GainaxEnding: "Dr. Horatio's Magic Orchestra" inexplicably ends with a reveal that it was AllJustADream... had by the tuba in the episode, who was previously shown to be animate but now has a face and can talk, and complains to his wife about it.
20th Jul '15 6:47:21 PM PPPSSC
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* DatingServiceDisaster: Played with in "Date with Destiny." Due to Pete deliberately sabotaging Goofy's attempt to submit a profile to a dating service, he ends up on a "date" with an on-duty contractor. She destroys his house, because she [[OneDialogueTwoConversations completely misunderstands him]].
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