Pete involves Goofy in his easy money making scheme at the races. Goofy is the jockey and has to ride a very slow horse, that was chosen by Pete on purpose. Unaware of Pete's wish for a slow horse, ...
Aladdin, the clever hero of Agrabah, continues his adventures with the help of his fiancee Princess Jasmine, his pet monkey Abu, Magic Carpet, Iago the greedy parrot, and of course his best friend the semi-cosmic Genie.
Quackerjack, a villain from Darkwing Duck, makes an appearance in a few episodes such as on Max's watch in one episode See more »
For the contest.
[catches his breath in embarrassment for letting the cat out of the bag]
*Contest*? What contest?
"The Mr. Spoonerville Society Help Helper's Contest."
[she starts laughing at him in disbelief]
[she drops onto the bed, and laughs hysterically]
[she laughs hard a little more, then suddenly stops]
Don't make me laugh.
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I used to watch reruns of this TV show because I enjoyed "A Goofy Movie," of which this is a spin-off. Farmer returns to the voice of Goofy and essentially this show was just about him and his son Max (who was also in "A Goofy Movie").
The humor is not going to appeal to adults as much as children, although there are occasionally pop-culture references that older viewers will pick up on. There were also some celebrity cameos such as Jimmy Stewart and younger viewers most certainly would not recognize his voice.
Overall if you enjoyed "A Goofy Movie" it is likely that you will like this show, also - but it is not as good or fresh as the film.
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