"Forever Goof" is the two-part series premiere of Goof Troop. It was originally broadcast as a one-hour special on September 5, 1992, accompanied by the "Gotta Be Gettin' Goofy" music video and a rerun of The Goofy Success Story. It was later split into two half-hour episodes for syndication, "Everything's Coming Up Goofy" and "Good Neighbor Goof".
When Goofy gets his job diploma in the mail, he and his son Max move to his hometown of Spoonerville. His new house just happens to be right next door to his old "friend" Pete. However, Pete tries to keep the Goofs away from the house so he can tear it down and build his own private golf course. When the Goofs successfully move in, Max befriends Pete's son P.J. and teaches him how to have fun.
Later, when the Goofs hold a party for Pete and his family, an accident causes Pete to get into an argument with Goofy and the two forbid their sons from seeing each other again. Max and P.J. must think of a plan to set things right between their families.
- Goof Troop: Volume 2
- The trailer in which Goofy and Max live at the beginning of the episode is placed in front of a fake lakeside backdrop that itself is situated in front of a smoggy looking city. This is likely a reference to the opening scene from Mickey's Trailer.
- In "Good Neighbor Goof", Max's bare bottom is seen after he falls off the bed when Goofy drops some planks of wood to repair the house.
- Also, in the first episode, Goofy's bottom is revealed briefly.
- ↑ Kotter, Bill (September 1997). The Wonderful World of Disney Television: A Complete History. Hyperion. ISBN 0-7868-6359-5.