"Goofy's Valentine Date" is the fourth episode of House of Mouse, originally aired on ABC on February 10, 2001. It is notably the first episode of the series to not feature any newly-made Mouse Works cartoons.
It's Valentine's Day and Goofy is sad that he doesn't have a sweetheart to spend the day with. Mortimer offers to show him how to pick up women, but his own attempts to find a date all prove fruitless. Meanwhile, Daisy, feeling sorry for Goofy, wants to help him, but Minnie tells not to meddle. Daisy doesn't listen, however, and sends Goofy an e-mail claiming to be from a secret admirer. After Goofy shows off the letter to the girls, Daisy begs Minnie to help her. They set Goofy on a blind date (literally, as they have him wearing a blindfold) with a hat rack dressed up like a woman, saying that "she's shy and doesn't talk much." Eventually, however, Mortimer crashes into him, having been knocked away by the Queen of Hearts' flamingo, and knocks Goofy's blindfold off. Goofy walks off dejectedly, thinking he still doesn't have anybody. But after the last cartoon is shown, Goofy, now in a much better mood, tells Minnie and Daisy that he thinks he's figured out who his secret admirer really was - Clarabelle.
|Episode introduction||"Straight from the heart of Main Street, it's Disney's House of Mouse!"|
|Mickey introduction||"And now, here's Minnie's main mouse: Mickey Mouse!"|
|Sponsor||"Valentine cards for the House of Mouse were provided by: Queen of Hearts Greeting Cards"|
- Donald does not appear in this episode (unless you count his appearance in Donald's Valentine Dollar).