History WesternAnimation / GoofTroop

16th Oct '17 3:09:20 PM PPPSSC
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* AttractiveBentGender: Parodied in "Goofin' Up the Social Ladder" where the butler falls head over heels for Pete DisguisedInDrag even though he's still just as unattractive as ever.



* DisguisedInDrag: In "Goofin' Up the Social Ladder", Peg is required to provide a women's tennis team to compete against her and her new rich friend, Mrs. Willoughby. Unfortunately, all she had was Pete and Goofy, whom she disguised as women named Petunia and Goofina.



** Aunt Goofina in "Calling All Goofs" (in)famously makes a chili with this as its stated purpose. It's quite effective.

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** Aunt Goofina Goofelia in "Calling All Goofs" (in)famously makes a chili with this as its stated purpose. It's quite effective.



** Peg often defends Goofy against Pete, but in an episode Peg actually kisses Goofy ON THE LIPS! to prove a point.



* IdenticalGrandson: All past ancestors of Goofy and Pete look identical to them. Goofy's Aunt Goofina and French painter cousin look like Goofy with different hair.

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* IdenticalGrandson: All past ancestors of Goofy and Pete look identical to them. Goofy's Aunt Goofina Goofelia and French painter cousin Angelo look like Goofy with different hair.



** Aunt Goofina makes chili that deliberately [[FireBreathingDiner makes everyone's mouth catch on fire]].

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** Aunt Goofina Goofelia makes chili that deliberately [[FireBreathingDiner makes everyone's mouth catch on fire]].



* ThisIsReality: "This is a hospital, not a ''cartoon''" in "Terminal Pete" "We're too good for TV, anyway" in "Close Encounters of the Weird Mime", and "they're just cartoon characters. They don't know any better" in "Buddy Building". This show (a MundaneFantastic WorldOfFunnyAnimals cartoon) is definitely not more realistic than most.

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* ThisIsReality: "This is a hospital, not a ''cartoon''" in "Terminal Pete" "We're too good for TV, anyway" in "Close Encounters of the Weird Mime", and "they're just cartoon characters.cartoons. They don't know any better" in "Buddy Building". This show (a MundaneFantastic WorldOfFunnyAnimals cartoon) is definitely not more realistic than most.
29th Sep '17 8:49:02 PM NekoHybrid
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* FrankensteinsMonster: In the episode "Frankengoof". Looks almost identical to Pete, [[OutOfCharacterAlert but is significantly more pleasant]].

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* FrankensteinsMonster: In the episode "Frankengoof". Looks almost identical to Pete, [[OutOfCharacterAlert but is significantly more pleasant]]. To top it off, by episode's end, they keep the Frankenstein Pete while the real Pete is sent away with the monster's creator.
11th Sep '17 7:29:34 AM PPPSSC
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* BruiserWithASoftCenter: Myron from "The Incredible Bulk" is a famously powerful wrestler but is a fairly sweet guy who wants to get out of wrestling to be a full-time professional chef.



* DamnedByFaintPraise: In "The Good, the Bad, and the Goofy", [[NiceGuy Goofy]] decides to give [[{{Jerkass}} Pete]] a compliment. The compliment in question?
-->'''Goofy''': Pete's a swell kinda guy, once you get past his personality!

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* DamnedByFaintPraise: DamnedByFaintPraise:
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In "The Good, the Bad, and the Goofy", [[NiceGuy Goofy]] decides to give [[{{Jerkass}} Pete]] a compliment. The compliment in question?
-->'''Goofy''': --->'''Goofy''': Pete's a swell kinda guy, once you get past his personality!personality!
** In "Talent to the Max", Goofy tells Max that his magic tricks were "very... tricky." PJ points out that if that's all Goofy can say that means Max's show is terrible.
4th Sep '17 8:23:27 PM WileK209
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* ConspicuousCG: Happens quite a bit, usually OnceAnEpisode. It's usually done with brief moving background shots.
4th Sep '17 1:54:05 PM PPPSSC
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** "In Goof We Trust" features a counterfeit $20 that Pete doodles on and tries to claim from Goofy by identifying it as having a picture of Randy Jackson "when he had more hair and didn't need glasses". The same episode contains a lie that one of the cars belonged to Music/ElvisPresley.

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** "In Goof We Trust" features a counterfeit $20 that Pete doodles on and tries to claim from Goofy by identifying it as having a picture of Randy Jackson "when he had more hair and didn't need glasses". The same episode contains a lie that one of the cars belonged to Music/ElvisPresley.
20th Aug '17 8:22:21 PM PPPSSC
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* AccidentalMisnaming: Mr. Sludge's employee in "A Goof of the People" is named Melvin but his boss constantly forgets and calls him by different names that start with M,
20th Aug '17 8:15:31 PM PPPSSC
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* CorruptCorporateExecutive: Mr. Sludge in "A Goof of the People" is a parody of this trope, who happily partakes in over the top illicit business deals while running a factory that makes money just by pumping out waste into Spoonerville, and he can never remember his only employee's name.

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* CorruptCorporateExecutive: Mr. Sludge in "A Goof of the People" is a parody of this trope, who happily partakes in over the top illicit business deals while running a factory that makes money just by pumping out waste into Spoonerville, and he can never remember his only employee's name.name, even when it was the last word anyone said.
20th Aug '17 3:58:09 PM PPPSSC
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* InsaneTrollLogic: In "Bringin' on the Rain", Pete intends to water his yard thoroughly. PJ objects, since they're in a drought. Pete responds to him by saying that since "the human body is 99% water", there can't ''possibly'' be a drought. PJ is exhausted enough that he responds with, "Whatever you say, Dad."

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* InsaneTrollLogic: In "Bringin' on the Rain", Pete intends to water his yard thoroughly. PJ objects, since they're in a drought. Pete responds to him by saying that since we have oceans and "the human body is 99% 98.6% water", there can't ''possibly'' be a drought. PJ is exhausted enough that he responds with, "Whatever you say, Dad."
20th Aug '17 2:25:08 PM schoi30
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* BerserkButton: Okay, so he doesn't exactly go berserk, but Max consistently, and always, hates it when somebody tells him he looks/acts/talks just like his dad.

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* BerserkButton: BerserkButton:
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Okay, so he doesn't exactly go berserk, but Max consistently, and always, hates it when somebody tells him he looks/acts/talks just like his dad.dad.
** You can bulldoze Goofy's house and paint lines through his living room, but [[PapaWolf stealing Max's present will cause him to declare war on you]].
18th Aug '17 1:39:28 PM mangamanic
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* RealityEnsues: Public officials are not so stupid that they won't be able to tell something fishy is going on when the house supposedly using tonnes of water during a drought looks like a desert, while the house apparently using 'no' water during a drought looks like a tropical rainforest.

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* RealityEnsues: Public officials are not so stupid that they won't be able to tell something fishy is going on when the house supposedly using tonnes of water during a drought looks like a desert, while the house apparently using 'no' water during a drought while the house next door looks like a tropical rainforest.
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