History WesternAnimation / HouseOfMouse

17th Oct '17 2:49:05 PM fruitstripegum
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** In ''Goofy's Menu Magic'' Goofy's Dippy Dawg incarnation (albeit with pants briefly appears, as Goofy's father.
7th Oct '17 7:45:07 PM BicoKun
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** At the end of Max’s Embarrassing Date, Roxanne says “I’ve got one thing to say to you about tonight,” and then proceeds to whisper in Max’s ear, causing him to look absolutely shocked. While Max later claims that she just said that it was the best date she’d ever had and couldn’t wait to come back, the previous scene was clearly meant to invoke a more salacious conclusion in the minds of the older members of the audience.
3rd Oct '17 10:18:03 PM Pichu-kun
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** Uncle Scrooge is more a jerk compared to his more benevolent previous animated depiction in ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales''. In general, his depiction here seems to borrow more from his meaner, more antagonistic depiction in his early comic appearances (or his comically exaggerated depiction in Italian comics), to the point that the show's adaptation of ''Around the World in 80 Days'' uses him as a full-blown villain.

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** Uncle Scrooge is [[AdaptationalJerkass more a jerk jerk]] compared to his more benevolent previous animated depiction in ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales''. In general, his depiction here seems to borrow more from his meaner, more antagonistic depiction in his early comic appearances (or his comically exaggerated depiction in Italian comics), to the point that the show's adaptation of ''Around the World in 80 Days'' uses him as a full-blown villain.
30th Sep '17 5:33:59 PM FGHIK
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* TheAllegedHouse: The short "Mickey's Mechanical House" has Mickey Mouse putting up with things like clattering pipes and a creaky roof in his house, prompting him to move into a technologically-advanced abode.
31st Aug '17 11:12:59 AM N8han11
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** "Gone Goofy," "Not-So Goofy" and "Dining Goofy" all have the basic premise of Goofy being too... well... goofy, and the rest of the staff deciding something needs to be done about his clumsiness, only for their plan to succeed too well and for them to want Goofy back (or in Donald's case, to tolerate him a bit more) by the end. Likewise, both "Clarabelle's Christmas List" and "Clarabelle's Big Secret" use the plot of Clarabelle having a secret gossip bombshell that she plans to unveil at the end of the show, which causes the rest of the cast - paranoid about being embarrassed - to go nuts trying to her from revealing it.

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** "Gone Goofy," "Not-So Goofy" and "Dining Goofy" all have the basic premise of Goofy being too... well... goofy, and the rest of the staff deciding something needs to be done about his clumsiness, only for their plan to succeed too well and for them to want Goofy back (or in Donald's case, to tolerate him a bit more) by the end. Likewise, both "Clarabelle's Christmas List" and "Clarabelle's Big Secret" use the plot of Clarabelle having a secret gossip bombshell that she plans to unveil at the end of the show, which causes the rest of the cast - paranoid about being embarrassed - to go nuts trying to stop her from revealing it.
27th Jun '17 4:40:51 AM N8han11
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* '''Von Drake's House of Genius''': Ludwig Von Drake shows off his latest invention, which then backfires in some way. HilarityEnsues. The

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* '''Von Drake's House of Genius''': Ludwig Von Drake shows off his latest invention, which then backfires in some way. HilarityEnsues. The
16th Jun '17 10:25:52 PM Hedging
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* '''Von Drake's House of Genius''': Ludwig Von Drake shows off his latest invention, which then backfires in some way. HilarityEnsues.

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* '''Von Drake's House of Genius''': Ludwig Von Drake shows off his latest invention, which then backfires in some way. HilarityEnsues. The
15th Jun '17 3:59:30 AM StFan
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** Also multiple appearances of Brer Rabbit, fox and bear from Disney/SongOfTheSouth which hasn't been aired or released for at least 20 years and probably never will be again.

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** Also multiple appearances of Brer Br'er Rabbit, fox Fox and bear Bear from Disney/SongOfTheSouth ''Film/SongOfTheSouth'', which hasn't been aired or released for at least 20 years and probably never will be again.



* UnusualEuphemism: Mickey uses these a lot for swearing. Sometimes exclaiming "[[Disney/SongOfTheSouth Zip-a-dee-doo-dah!]]" or "Ah, [[Disney/{{Pinocchio}} Jiminy Cricket!]]" when he's frustrated.

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* UnusualEuphemism: Mickey uses these a lot for swearing. Sometimes exclaiming "[[Disney/SongOfTheSouth "[[Film/SongOfTheSouth Zip-a-dee-doo-dah!]]" or "Ah, [[Disney/{{Pinocchio}} Jiminy Cricket!]]" when he's frustrated.
18th May '17 12:34:34 AM rafi
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* CoveredInKisses: This presumably happened to Donald Duck by Clarabelle Cow and Clara Cluck in the intervals of the House of Mouse Episode "Everybody Loves Mickey", where after playing the final short, Donald appears with lipstick kisses on him as Clarabelle Cow and Clara Cluck praise him for being a romantic. It also happens to most of the main cast by Pluto in the episode "Pluto Save's the Day" as part of the cure to wake the cast from sleeping apples Pete had given them in the guise of Snow White.

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* CoveredInKisses: This presumably happened to Donald Duck by Clarabelle Cow and Clara Cluck in the intervals of the House of Mouse Episode episode "Everybody Loves Mickey", where after playing the final short, Donald appears with lipstick kisses on him as Clarabelle Cow and Clara Cluck praise him for being a romantic. It also happens to most of the main cast by Pluto in the episode "Pluto Save's the Day" as part of the cure to wake the cast from sleeping apples Pete had given them in the guise of Snow White.
18th May '17 12:33:56 AM rafi
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* CoveredInKisses: This presumably happened to Donald Duck by Clarabelle Cow and Clara Cluck in the intervals of the House of Mouse Episode "Everybody Loves Mickey", where after playing the final short, Donald appears with lipstick kisses on him as Clarabelle Cow and Clara Cluck praise him for being a romantic. It also happens to most of the main cast by Pluto in the episode "Pluto Save's the Day" as part of the cure to wake the cast from sleeping apples Pete had given them in the guise of Snow White.



* TheGrinch:
** Donald acts like one of these in the Christmas 'movie'. His Halloween short also has him be this to his nephews.

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TheGrinch: Donald acts like one of these in the Christmas 'movie'. His Halloween short also has him be this to his nephews.


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* CoveredInKisses: A cute white poodle with blue eyes named Tiki does this to Pluto in the short "Pluto's Penthouse Sweet". Pluto likes Tiki but realizes that if he wants to stay with her, he'll have to marry her and leave his owner Mickey Mouse. So he tries to escape from her endless barrage of kisses. At one point he hides in a grandfather clock. It turns out that Tiki was in the clock waiting for him. There is a struggle and once he leaves most of his body is covered with lipstick marks. Tiki is not shown to wear lipstick and all of the other times she kisses Pluto she leaves no such marks. So she either put on some lipstick when she got Pluto alone in the grandfather clock or this was all just for comedic effect (the latter is more likely).
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