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Goofy

bumbling, awkward dog; originally named Dippy Dawg. [Comics: “Mickey Mouse” in Horn, 492]
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11), the goofier sitcom version of ``Studio 60,'' comes from former ``Saturday Night Live'' head writer Tina Fey, who also stars.
It's hard to imagine neighborhood councils offering up ideas any goofier than the ones the council routinely embraces.
Had Tolkien not revised ``The Lord of the Rings,'' Frodo Baggins, the heroic hobbit protagonist of the trilogy, might have emerged as Bingo, a much goofier character, Krikorian said.
Kilmer - who was given Nicole Kidman as a love interest - was fine, and he captured the goofier aspects of the role, but like Keaton and Clooney couldn't reconcile the inner and outer man the way Bale does in ``Batman Begins.
Even goofier was the fellow who presented the award, director John Singleton, who looked like an '80s preppie.
Things got goofier in a hurry, to the Angels' delight.
And, in an echo of one of last season's goofier subplots, Jack is hesitant to tell his new boss, the secretary of defense (William Devane), that he's cozy with the guy's daughter (Kim Raver); further mayhem temporarily tables that conundrum.
Saturday's show at the Bowl generously sampled most of the songs from Jones' two albums, as well as a pair of Parsons covers (the plaintive ``She'' and a goofy, jubilant version of ``Ooh Las Vegas'') and a lively, even goofier take on The Band's ``Life Is a Carnival.
Roy's a little bit more goofier than us,'' Mike Williams said.