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    Season 1 (The Disney Afternoon
  1. "Everything's Coming Up Goofy" (Part 1): Goofy and his son Max move to Spoonerville, much to the chagrin of their new neighbor, Goofy's old "friend" Pete.
  2. "Good Neighbor Goof" (Part 2): The Goofs move into their new house and hold a party to celebrate. However, it turns into a disaster when Goofy and Pete get into a fight and forbid their sons from seeing each other.
  3. "Axed by Addition": P.J. believes he's failed his math final and fears his dad grounding him forever, so Max tries to help spend his last day of freedom fulfilling his wildest dreams.
  4. "Unreal Estate": Pete hires Goofy to renovate a house that Peg intends to sell after he blows the money meant for the original handyman on a state-of-the-art fishing tracker.
  5. "You Camp Take It With You": Goofy and Pete take their respective sons on a camping trip.
  6. "Midnight Movie Madness": Max and P.J. see a scary movie against their fathers' wishes, so Pete tries to teach them a lesson by pretending to be the killer from the movie.
  7. "Counterfeit Goof": When Goofy goes out to buy wallpapering supplies, he accidentally takes and uses the counterfeit money of a group of criminal counterfeiters.
  8. "O, R-V, I-N-V-U": Max tries to be friends with Pete so he can hang out with P.J. more, and they soon find common ground in designing an RV, which makes P.J. feel left out.
  9. "Meanwhile, Back at the Ramp": Max tries to find Goofy an award for him to win for his upcoming class reunion. Meanwhile, Pete constructs the world's largest half-pipe for an advertising stunt, but the skateboarder he hired to perform on it has chickened out.
  10. "Close Encounters of the Weird Mime": Max and P.J. prank the neighborhood by pretending to be aliens invading the earth... at the same time Goofy dresses similarly for his new mine act.
  11. "Slightly Dinghy": Max and P.J. ask their fathers to take them fishing on Scarier Reef so they can look for a sunken treasure.
  12. "Cabana Fever"
  13. "Where There's Smoke, There's Goof": Goofy and Max become firefighters.
  14. "Date with Destiny"
  15. "Hot Air": Goofy and Max are asked by Pete to bring Pistol to an air show, where she hopes to fulfill her dreams of flying.
  16. "Take Me Out of the Ball Game": Max and P.J. join the local Little League baseball team, but their dads get way too enthusiastic about it.
  17. "Wrecks, Lies & Videotape": Max and P.J. send a video of Goofy to America's Most Painful Home Videos, but Pete poses as him to claim the prize.
  18. "Max-imum Protection": Max is afraid that his home might get robbed, but because Goofy doesn't want to install a home security system, he turns to Pete for protection.
  19. "Goofin' Hood and His Melancholy Men": Goofy tries to get Max interested in history by telling him about his ancestor Goofin' Hood.
  20. "Leader of the Pack": Max and P.J. try to get past a gang of teenagers who have taken over their favourite burger joint, with Max's cousin Debbie helping the pair out.
  21. "Inspector Goofy": Pete arranges for Goofy to become the city inspector so he can close down a rival auto lot, only to regret it when Goofy inspects his lot.
  22. "Shake, Rattle & Goof": Goofy helps Max and P.J. start a rock band, and Pete makes himself their manager.
  23. "Terminal Pete": Pete believes that he has a terminal illness and makes preparations for the inevitable.
  24. "Fool's Gold": When Chainsaw ends up with gold on her nose, Pete brings Goofy with him to find out where it came from.
  25. "Cat's Entertainment": Pete tricks Goofy into giving him Waffles so he can make the cat an advertising star.
  26. "Waste Makes Haste": Pete and Goofy have a competition to see who can recycle the most.
  27. "The Ungoofables": Goofy tells Max about his G-man ancestor, Elliot Goof.
  28. "All the Goof That's Fit to Print": Pete opens his own newspaper business to promote his car dealership, and hires Goofy, Max, and P.J. for the job.
  29. "To Heir is Human"
  30. "Hallow-Weenies": Pete opens a bed-and-breakfast in an old house that turns out to be haunted by three ghostly musicians.
  31. "Tub Be or Not Tub Be": Goofy and Max enter a bathtub race against Pete, who is determined to maintain his winning streak by using P.J. as unwitting spy on the Goofs.
  32. "Major Goof"
  33. "A Goof of the People": Goofy takes a stand against a factory that's polluting the environment and runs for mayor against Pete.
  34. "Goof Under My Roof": Pete finds out that he owns half of Goofy's property.
  35. "Goodbye, Mr. Goofy"
  36. "Lethal Goofin'": Max and P.J. become School Safety Patrolmen but find there's some suspicious connections between the bullies and the heads of school safety.
  37. "Frankengoof": Goofy inherits the castle of his late uncle Doctor Frankengoof, complete with a Pete-like monster created by the doctor.
  38. "E-MC Goof": Goofy applies to be a janitor at a laboratory, but he accidentally sends Max's science test instead, which makes the scientists think he's a genius.
  39. "Pete's Day at the Races": Pete wins a racehorse in a card game, setting off a chain of events that bring all sorts of trouble for him.
  40. "In Goof We Trust": The news does an exposé on Pete's car lot at the same time Goofy is named the most honest man in town. Pete hires Goofy to spruce up his image and uses a hypnotizing helmet to make him as dishonest as he is (and then some).
  41. "And Baby Makes Three": A misunderstanding makes everyone think that Peg is bringing home a new baby.
  42. "The Incredible Bulk": Pete wins the opportunity to participate in a special match with wrestling champion Bulk Brogan, but tricks Goofy into participating in his place.
  43. "Mrs. Spoonerville": Goofy and Pete enter the Mrs. Spoonerville housekeeping contest.
  44. "For Pete's Sake": Goofy sends Pete a letter promising to buy him a new hedge clipper, but when the letter is torn in half, Pete mistakes the half he receives for a death threat against him.
  45. "Big City Blues": Max and P.J. get lost downtown, so their fathers try to search for them.
  46. "Rally Round the Goof"
  47. "Window Pains": Peg takes up a job as a window washer, but the pay she receives makes Pete jealous.
  48. "Nightmare on Goof Street": Goofy wins a contest to have his house remodelled, but Pete tricks Goofy into giving it to him, not realizing it is in fact a scam.
  49. "Where There's a Will, There's a Goof": Goofy and Pete are mistaken for a pair of brothers and "inherit" an animal business.
  50. "Winter Blunderland": Pete takes everyone to a ski resort so he can photograph Goofy and pass him off as Bigfoot. However, the real Bigfoot shows up and falls in love with Goofy.
  51. "Gymnauseum"
  52. "Come Fly with Me": An accident with the computer and a pesky housefly turns Pete into a fly.
  53. "As Goof Would Have It": Pete tricks a diet food company into thinking he lost weight by sending a picture of Goofy and claiming it's him.
  54. "Calling All Goofs": When Pete cons Goofy out of his plane money, forcing him and Max to miss a family reunion, Peg arranges for the Goof clan to have the reunion in Spoonerville (and make Pete pay every cent).
  55. "Buddy Building"
  56. "Dr. Horatio's Magic Orchestra": Pete buys a mechanical band, but it drives him crazy because the sole song it plays is one that he hates.
  57. "Goofs of a Feather": Pete goes duck hunting, but when he feels remorse for seemingly killing a duck, he lets the duck's family stay at his place.
  58. "Goof Fellas": Goofy and Pete are forced to enter witness protection after they rescue a man from being drowned by mobsters.
  59. "The Good, the Bad and the Goofy":
  60. "Educating Goofy": Goofy tries to set an example for Max by going back to school with him.
  61. "Peg o' the Jungle"
  62. "Partners in Grime": Pete and Goofy becomes partners in the catering business.
  63. "A Pizza the Action": Pete inherits a failing pizza franchise, so he decides to dump responsibility for it on Goofy.
  64. "To Catch a Goof"
  65. "Gunfight at the Okie-Dokie Corral": Max doesn't want to wear glasses, so Goofy tells him about Mopalong Goofy, his bespectacled wild-west ancestor.

    Season 2 (ABC) 
  1. "Queasy Rider": Max discovers Goofy's old motorcycle and takes it for a joyride in order to impress a biker gang.
  2. "Maximum Insecurity":
  3. "Puppy Love":: P.J. wants to impress a girl at school and ask her to the Spring Fling, so Pete, Peg, and Max try to help him out.
  4. "Great Egg-spectations" Max finds an egg that hatches into a baby dinosaur.
  5. "Three-Ring Bind": Pistol frees a group of circus animals whose ringmaster intends on selling them to be turned into dog food.
  6. "Pistolgeist":
  7. "Bringin' on the Rain":
  8. "Talent to the Max":
  9. "Tee for Two": Pete wants to demolish a mini-golf course to expand his used car lot, but his family and the Goofs strongly oppose his plans.
  10. "Goofin' Up the Social Ladder": Peg has to pretend to be an upper class lady when she ends up befriending a rich client.
  11. "Sherlock Goof": Goofy again opens up the family photo album, this time to tell Max about detective Sherlock Goof.
  12. "From Air to Eternity": P.J. tries to overcome his fear of heights in an effort to impress his father.
  13. "Clan of the Cave Goof": Goofy tries to teach Max the importance of dental checkups by telling him about stone-age ancestor, the world's first dentist.

    Holiday Special 
  • "Have Yourself a Goofy Little Christmas": Pete takes his family to a cabin in Aspirin, Colorado to avoid putting up with Goofy's holiday mishaps, and Max, not wanting to be left alone with his father, convinces him to join them.

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