History WesternAnimation / GoofTroop

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* TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation
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* BananaInTheTailpipe: In "Take Me Out of the Ball Game", to prevent Pete and Goofy from seeing the game they wouldn't be in, Max and PJ fill the cars' tailpipes with cement.
28th Jan '18 9:05:26 PM GGJMGJHFMKHNK
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28th Jan '18 8:10:29 PM nombretomado
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** "Wrecks, Lies, and Videotape" involves a parody of ''Literature/AChristmasCarol'' with Goofy in the Jacob Marley role, just like in ''WesternAnimation/MickeysChristmasCarol''.

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** "Wrecks, Lies, and Videotape" involves a parody of ''Literature/AChristmasCarol'' with Goofy in the Jacob Marley role, just like in ''WesternAnimation/MickeysChristmasCarol''.''Disney/MickeysChristmasCarol''.
27th Dec '17 8:36:25 PM nombretomado
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---> '''Pistol''': What about [[PunnyName Amelia Airhead]], and Sally Ride, and TheFlyingNun?

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---> '''Pistol''': What about [[PunnyName Amelia Airhead]], and Sally Ride, and TheFlyingNun?Series/TheFlyingNun?
5th Nov '17 8:26:01 PM PPPSSC
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* YouALLLookFamiliar: Most of the time, the show has a CastOfSnowflakes, but in "The Ungoofables", most of the extras look like Goofy in a suit and bowler. This is PlayedForLaughs when Goofy's character, Eliot Goof, disguises himself as a blonde hula dancer and draws tons of attention to himself while trying to blend in.

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* YouALLLookFamiliar: YouALLLookFamiliar:
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Most of the time, the show has a CastOfSnowflakes, but in "The Ungoofables", most of the extras look like Goofy in a suit and bowler. This is PlayedForLaughs when Goofy's character, Eliot Goof, disguises himself as a blonde hula dancer and draws tons of attention to himself while trying to blend in.in.
** {{Invoked}} in "Peg o' the Jungle" where Goofy, the kids, and the crew of their airplane disguise themselves as Pete lookalikes, and Peg pretends not to know the difference to teach Pete a lesson about his ingratitude to their marriage in recent years.
5th Nov '17 6:50:19 PM PPPSSC
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* AnachronismStew: Multiple ancestors episodes have tales that take place before camera were invented but still have photos in the family album. "Clan of the Cave Goof" is the biggest offender of this, having things like dentists, gag items, and the stock market exist when fire is scarce and wheels don't exist at all.



* ChekhovsGag: Goofy's misunderstanding of how much popcorn to make in "Cabana Fever" ends up saving him and Pete from a volcano and a determined shark.

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* ChekhovsGag: ChekhovsGag:
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Goofy's misunderstanding of how much popcorn to make in "Cabana Fever" ends up saving him and Pete from a volcano and a determined shark.shark.
** In "A Pizza the Action", Pete tricks Goofy into taking a failing pizzeria off his hands to prevent his house from being towed away and get Goofy's towed away in the process. However, when the tow truck driver gets there, he tows Pete's house anyway... because earlier in the episode, Goofy accidentally reversed their mailboxes.



* TheManInTheMirrorTalksBack:
** In "Educating Goofy", not only does Goofy's reflection respond to him verbally, but it gives him a hat.
** When Mop-Along Goofy asks his optometrist who the handsome guy in the mirror is during "Gunfight at the Okie-Doke Corral", his reflection thanks him for the compliment.



** In "O R-V, I N-V U" and "Nightmare on Goof Street", Spud is fat and redheaded with a short snout and short curly hair and Wally is skinny and blond with a long snout and long straight hair. "The Good, the Bad, and the Goofy" has them trade bodies ''except'' for their hair colors and gives Spud a prominent five-o'-clock shadow that never appeared before on either of them.



* TooDumbToLive: Goofy on many MANY occasions, with "Goof Fellas" being the most extreme example; Goofy approaches a pair of Mafia henchmen, who are in the process of killing someone, because he thought they were tailors, which puts both his and Pete's lives in danger. Pete is this way at times too, considering how many occasions he purposefully includes Goofy in his schemes, despite all the problems he causes.

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* TooDumbToLive: Goofy on many MANY occasions, with "Goof Fellas" being the most extreme example; Goofy approaches a pair of Mafia henchmen, who are in the process of killing someone, because he thought they were tailors, which puts both his and Pete's lives in danger.danger, and then later reveals their identities in front of the don when they almost successfully get away. Pete is this way at times too, considering how many occasions he purposefully includes Goofy in his schemes, despite all the problems he causes.
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* CurseCutShort: {{Downplayed}} in the framing device for "Sherlock Goof", where Max is halfway through saying the word "butts" (in the phrase "sitting on our butts") and then changes it to "cushions" to avoid saying it in front of Goofy, pulling a throw pillow over himself in embarrassment.
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