While the camera pans towards him in the hallway, along the wall is an image of dopey from Snow White and the Seven Dwarves.
I wouldn't call Pippa, "really badly dressed" as much as just ... dopey.
And it is most certainly not about some dopey urge to play the hero and fuel America.
"You'll be out heeling the Record, dopey, inside of a month," said Hunter quietly.
But everyone was dopey today and Driscoll was peevish and nobody loved us.
"More'n I can say," said dopey, affectionately feeling of his head.
You probably will, dopey, but you'll never rob us of this memory.
Using slang is just a habit, just a cheap and dopey trick; if you hump yourself and try to, you can shake it pretty quick.
"I say, fellows, we've cornered the sleigh market," said dopey uproariously.
At first the pony was very groggy and dopey, but as his head cleared he started to struggle.
[1896+; fr dope; the word has also meant ''a thief 's or beggar's woman'' since at least the 1850s, and this may in some minds have influenced the modern senses]