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Recap / Mickey Mouse S2 E13 "Goofy's First Love"

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"Goofy's First Love" is the thirteenth season 2 short of the new Mickey Mouse (2013) series created by Paul Rudish for the Disney Channel and Disney.com. It's the 31st to air on the Disney Channel and put up on Disney.com.

Goofy has fallen in love, so it's up to Mickey and Donald to help him be presentable.


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  • The Cameo: Daisy Duck and Clarabelle Cow appear during Goofy's wedding to the sandwich.
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  • Didn't Think This Through: Donald asks his uncle Scrooge McDuck, who is an infamous penny pincher, to give Goofy one million dollars. Uncle Scrooge promptly has his butler kick them out of his mansion.
  • Distaff Counterpart: Goofy initially appears to be in love with a female version of himself working as a waitress, but it turns out that he's actually in love with the sandwich she was carrying.
  • Double Entendre: Donald uses the word "dish" to refer to the waitress, and Goofy wholeheartedly agrees. Goofy turns out to mean it literally when it is revealed that he was actually in love with the sandwich the waitress was carrying.
  • Getting Crap Past the Radar: Minnie is briefly seen naked twice in the short when Mickey, Donald and Goofy fly past her and end up in her clothes.
  • Gross-Up Close-Up: This is done when Goofy asks what is wrong with how he looks.
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  • Heroes Want Redheads: Subverted. Goofy at first appears to be in love with a red-haired waitress, but it turns out that he was actually in love with a sandwich.
  • Naked People Are Funny: Mickey, Donald, and Goofy fly past Minnie and accidentally strip her clothes off in the process, leaving her briefly naked as part of a gag.
  • Noodle Incident: According to Minnie, this wasn't the first time Mickey was playing around with her makeup.It might be a Mythology Gag about a House of Mouse short where Mickey and Donald dressed as Minnie and Daisy respectively to carry out a Zany Scheme.
  • Rule of Three: Scrooge McDuck has his butler kick out Mickey, Donald and Goofy three times, but not necessarily all at once (His butler kicks out all three of them the first time, only Goofy the second time, and only Mickey and Donald the third time).
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