Goof Troop

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  • TV-Y
  • 1992
  • 6 Seasons
  • 6.8  (9,292)

Goof Troop is an animated television show that aired on Disney Channel from 1992-1993. The show tells the story of Goofy and his son Max, who live in the fictional town of Spoonerville. The show was a spinoff of the classic Disney character Goofy, and featured both new and familiar characters.

The show centers around the lives of the Goof family and their wacky adventures in Spoonerville. Goofy, who is depicted as a single father, is often shown struggling to balance work and parenting. Max, on the other hand, is a typical teenager who just wants to fit in with his peers. Despite their differences, however, the two share a deep bond and are always there for each other.

The show also features a cast of recurring characters, including Pete, a long-time rival of Goofy's who is constantly trying to one-up him; his wife Peg, who acts as a voice of reason and often steps in to diffuse tense situations; and their two children, P.J. and Pistol, who are Max's best friends.

Throughout the course of the show, the characters find themselves in a variety of situations, from wacky misadventures to more serious storylines. For example, one episode sees Goofy and Max accidentally switch bodies, leading to chaos and confusion as they try to adjust to each other's lives. In another episode, Max and his friends get into trouble with a local bully, leading them to question their own sense of bravery.

Despite the occasional serious storyline, however, the show is primarily a comedy. The characters are often portrayed in a slapstick manner, with exaggerated expressions and over-the-top physical comedy. The show also features a number of running gags, such as Pete's catchphrase "I'm king of the world!", which he uses whenever he feels he has won a victory over Goofy.

One of the most notable aspects of Goof Troop is its animation style. The show was produced using Disney's "CAPS" technology, which allowed for more fluid and expressive animation. This results in characters who are incredibly expressive, with exaggerated facial features and body language. The show also makes use of bright colors and bold designs, giving it a unique and distinct look.

Overall, Goof Troop is a fun and lighthearted show that is great for both children and adults. Its memorable characters, comedic moments, and unique animation style make it a favorite among Disney fans. It may not have lasted long, but its impact can still be felt today, as its characters continue to appear in other Disney shows and merchandise.

Goof Troop is a series that is currently running and has 6 seasons (78 episodes). The series first aired on September 4, 1992.

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Maximum Insecurity
13. Maximum Insecurity
September 18, 1992
Caught in a shoplifting frame, Max and PJ maneuver desperately to clear their names while experiencing guilt-inspired fantasies of insidious retribution.
Tee for Two
12. Tee for Two
September 22, 1993
Peg is determined to rescue her childhood hangout, Spoonerville's historic old Goony Golf miniature golf course, from the Pete's bulldozer!
Bringin' On the Rain
11. Bringin' On the Rain
September 13, 1993
Spoonerville is in a terrible drought, Pete taps into Goofy's water line and runs up a bill so high and so stiff with penalties, that Goofy gets sent to jail.
10. Pistolgeist
September 16, 1993
Pistol wants PJ to read her favorite storybook and won't take no for an answer. PJ introduces Pistol to the heroine of the book, INKY who takes her on real adventures far away.
From Air to Eternity
9. From Air to Eternity
September 15, 1993
All of the Petes have been fearless aerial daredevils but PJ is afraid of heights. Max helps PJ conquer his fear and exposes Pete for the fraud that he is.
Clan of the Cave Goofs
8. Clan of the Cave Goofs
September 20, 1993
Goofy recounts the story of Caveman Goof. Caveman Goof inadvertently invents fire, the wheel and the leisure suit, in his attempt to extract the tooth of tribe leader, Pete.
Talent to the Max
7. Talent to the Max
September 14, 1993
Max is convinced that winning a school talent show will get him on the road to fame and fortune as the World's Greatest Magician. He happens on a talking Magic Hat in an old shop.
Sherlock Goof
6. Sherlock Goof
September 17, 1993
In the spirit of "Gunfight At the Okie Doke Corral", we experience Goofy in Victorian England as the world's greatest detective.
Goofin' Up the Social Ladder
5. Goofin' Up the Social Ladder
September 21, 1993
Peg wants to sell some real estate to the upper crust but is socially unacceptable until Goofy and the gang combine to make her upwardly mobile.
Puppy Love
4. Puppy Love
September 8, 1993
Max falls for a new girl in school and doesn't know how to act around her. He tries every persona he can think of, from Tom Cruise to M.C. Hammer, to Rambo.
Queasy Rider
3. Queasy Rider
September 9, 1993
Max fixes up Goofy's old motorcycle and takes it out for a joyride. Max gets embroiled with bikers who are convinced that he is a descendant of the legendary biker, "The Skull."
Three Ring Bind
2. Three Ring Bind
September 6, 1993
Pistol instigates the escape of a band of dilapidated animals from a moldy circus which she hides at home under the nose of her father, Pete.
Great Egg-Spectations
1. Great Egg-Spectations
September 7, 1993
Max desperately wants a pet of his own, when he finds a strange-looking pink and purple egg he gets more than he bargained for. The hatchling turns out to be a dinosaur!
Where to Watch Goof Troop
Goof Troop is available for streaming on the Disney Channel website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Goof Troop on demand at Amazon, Google Play, Apple TV and Disney+.
  • Premiere Date
    September 4, 1992
  • IMDB Rating
    6.8  (9,292)