How to Stay at Home
Dolby Digital 5.1
How to Stay at Home is a short film starring Goofy themed around life during the COVID-19 pandemic , released on  August 11, 2021. Eric Goldberg directed and served as supervising animator on "How to Wear a Mask", while Mark Henn and Randy Haycock served as supervising animators for "Learning to Cook" and "Binge Watching", respectively. As usual, Bill Farmer voiced the Goof with Corey Burton as the stuck-up narrator.
Goofy attempts to put on a face mask In his time at home to learn how to cook
How to Wear a Mask" "
Learning to Cook" " Binge Watching"
This short series had received mixed reviews. Many have called the series on a positive note for bringing back traditional animation with the classic storyline of Goofy’s memorable antics into comedic slapstick. However, some have also found everything to be too short and underwhelming due to the fact that there were only 3 shorts with a total of approximately 6 minutes.
All of the music heard is taken from the classic Goofy shorts.
Learning to Cook, Goofy is dressed the same way as he was in . During the baking sequence, the conga from the same short can be heard. Mickey's Birthday Party In "Binge Watching", the unseen narrator, or rather, his hand, can finally be seen when he tries to see if Goofy is still alive.
All three shorts were dedicated in memory of Max Kohler.
The promotional art for this series is patterned after the poster for . Goofy Gymnastics
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