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[dough that Pete tries cooking is starting to extremely inflate]
Oh, cherry-pick, how much cheese did you put in that dough?
Just a pint. It says right here.
[looks on a box]
Oh, I guess that only says a "pinch."
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Disney the Genius continues with "Goof Troop," the 1992 Disney cartoon series that was part of the Disney Afternoon block.
Goofy and Max lived in a funny, broken-down house while their neighbors, Pete, Peg (was that her name?), P.J., Pistol, and Chainsaw lived in a nicer house!!!!! Pete also ran a used car dealership, "Pete's Used Cars." This cartoon is very nice and very funny; it's got a little bit of adventure in it.
What I liked about this show: It was cute and funny. I was always excited when this show had come on, just like the other shows "DuckTales," "TaleSpin," and "Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers" on TDA.
"Goof Troop" is another good show! Watch it!
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