An Extremely Goofy Movie (2000 Video)
Bobby: [looking at his hands] Did you ever wonder why we are always like wearing gloves?
P.J.: It is endemic of our culture, that those of large stature are overlooked, except by vultures. With no regard for the depth of our feelings, the passion of our hearts, the beauty of our moments.
Beret Girl: Oh, wise Buddha boy. How could anyone overlook...
[takes his chin in her hand]
Beret Girl: ...such a bundle of yesness? Let's dance!
Beret Girl: Max, Max, Max. Admit defeat, and defeat will surely admit you into permanent custody, my man.
Goofy: [sadly] One day you're changing their diapers, the next they're leaving for college.
Pete: [cheerfully] Well, Goof, the way I see it; this is my last night of babysittin'!
Goofy: [as Bobby drives the van away] Goin' already? What about breakfast? You need your three squares a day!
Max: [Hanging out of the window] Don't worry, Dad! We'll pick up some donuts on the way!
Max: Gentlemen, welcome to the first day of the rest of our lives!
Bobby: That's pretty deep. You get that line off a bumper sticker?
Goofy: Did you brush your teeth?
Goofy: Comb your hair?
Max: Yeah, Dad.
Goofy: Did you put on clean underwear?
Max: [angrily] DAD!
Max: We'll dethrone you and your friends, Your Royal LOWNESS.
Tank: Help me! Anyone! 911, baby.
Max: Tank, talk to me!
Tank: Dog boy, am I glad to see you, sweetheart.
[Goofy has walked into Max's classroom in full 70s attire, and Max is shocked and horrified]
Max: [muttering] Oh no, oh no, oh...
Bobby: Hey Max, is my vision blurred, or doesn't that guy look like your dad?
Max: [grabbing and ringing at Bobby's shoulders] Kill me, just kill me now!
Chuck: [after Goofy's skateboard performance] Perfect 10's straight across the board! Except the German judge. 9 on that one.
Max: [watching Goofy and Sylvia dance disco] If the Gammas don't keep my dad out of our hair, his new girlfriend will!
Max: [to Goofy, who admitted he wanted to get closer to him at college] Don't you get it? I'm trying to get AWAY from you! I'm not a little kid anymore! Now just leave me alone, and GET YOUR OWN LIFE!
[at work, Goofy puts a toy robot together and daydreams that the robot's head is Max]
Max: [in Goofy's imagination] Hiya, dad!
[Goofy hugs the toy robot tightly]
Toy Factory Boss: [over the intercom] Mr. Goof, an assembly line is for assembling! Stop daydreaming and get back to work... or else!
Max: [referring to Goofy] Look, I talked to him and laid out all the ground rules: No interfering with the X Games practice, no hounding us about schoolwork, no coming into our room unannounced, and *no* acting like a father. Especially mine. He's got his life, I've got my life.
Max: [echo] ... my life... my life... my life...
Goofy: Now listen, son, that there X-Games fiddle-fadle may be all well and fun, but remember, you're going off to college to make something of yourselves.
Goofy: You'll get a degree and the world will be your clam.
Max: Uh, oyster, Dad?
Goofy: Oh, No, thanks. I'm saving room for wienies.
Goofy: I'm not gonna be at college to pick up after you.
[sadly, to his son]
Goofy: In fact, it's gonna be a long time before you see your old man again. What, maybe Christmas?
[puts his finger up to his eye, wiping away a tear]
Max: Ah, Dad, it'll go by fast.
Max: [chuckles, then mutters under his breath]
Max: Not TOO fast, I hope.
P.J.: [after hearing the name of a fraternity] Moo moo... Who wants to join a herd of cows?
P.J. Pete: Okay, stay back, man! I have a biscotti, and I'm not afraid to use it.
Pete: As long as you know that four quarters equals a simolean, you'll survive.
P.J.: Hey, dudes! Check out who's following us!
Max: Let's just make sure it stays that way.
P.J.: Try hangin' a Louie. No, no, wait, that's the other Louie.
Max: Louie, Huey, Dewey? What are you talkin' about here, huh?
Bobby: Yo, it's right here, it's this way.
Max: Yeah, P.J., Bobby's right.
Max: Um... Hey Bob, um, who's driving?
Max: [pulls off Goofy's afro wig] Dad, you're scaring people.
[throws the wig directly into the garbage can]