Goofy

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Goofy

bumbling, awkward dog; originally named Dippy Dawg. [Comics: “Mickey Mouse” in Horn, 492]
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For one, it's not outrageously dumber than its revisionist fairy-tale predecessors 'Van Helsing,' 'Red Riding Hood,' or TV's 'Once Upon a Time,' and it's far more goofily violent.
Unlike the rest of the show, this work was off-limits to all but those who'd passed a set of examinations being given beneath a large sign blaring INDOCTRINATION in goofily menacing capitals.
Whether he is dancing goofily to music on his music player or attempting to conceal his identity by adopting a ridiculous raspy voice, we cannot help but chuckle at his misadventures.
And Dir En Grey is sort of like a Japanese version of Disturbed - clean and bland songs, goofily dramatic lead singer - which is one import we truly do not need.
Tonight's episode is a little poky, emphasizing deadpan humor over the quixotic banality of evil, but future episodes are more goofily inspired: Check out Andy, a gun trained on him, break out into mild-mannered rage after taking umbrage at being dismissed as a "bookkeeper.
And before you think she might be just a little young to appreciate the finer points of daddy's performance as the eternally scared but goofily loveable Norville 'Shaggy' Rogers alongside his canine companion Scooby Doo, think again.
goes one song-length non sequitur) are economical, goofily witty, and vigorous.
Bullock (all one shade of vulnerable) learns to rebond with mum and daughter (who has her own problems to handle), and Connick grins goofily and spouts banal sentimental tosh as director Forest Whitaker, having exhausted his superficial analysis of post- cheerleader life, retreats to the soap suds sogginess of Waiting To Exhale, ladles on the schmaltz with an Alzheimer's father and throws in some 'cute' lip-synch musical wackiness, but still fails to wring an ounce of real emotion out of this uneven, tur gidly inert snaiaced would be tear-jerker.
These holes also, somewhat goofily, form faces, as the titles--Bright Eyes, Smoke Eyes, Sunset Eyes--indicate.
Kathryn stockett's debut novel, The Help, could have turned out goofily earnest or shamefully offensive.
Starring Kevin McKidd, it manages to be goofily entertaining from start to finish.
He also goofily pursues his lifelong love, Roxanne, played by Eva Mendes, who's quite naturally perplexed whenever she's stood up because of a flaming skull outbreak.