goober Pyle and his happy go-lucky cousin Gomer offered endless hours of comic relief on The Andy Griffith Show.
What goober lacks in intelligence he makes up for in impersonations.
After Gomer leaves Mayberry to join the Marines, goober shocks his cousin with a surprise visit to the military base.
After a little nudge from his enthusiastic cousin Gomer, goober channels superstar Cary Grant with this “convincing” impression.
goober Fills in for Andy When Andy is called away from the courthouse, an enthusiastic goober volunteers to fill in.
To begin at the beginning: the "goober case" parallels in its main outlines the case of Tom Mooney.
The "goober," or peanut, is the special crop of this part of Virginia and Carolina.
"Yes, this is goober Crick," said the old man, with an air of recalling an old acquaintance.
goober Glory heard and felt that her own heart was surely breaking.
Fix it up so your girl can't do anything on account of hurting the goober defense.
"peanut," 1833, American English, of African origin, perhaps Bantu (cf. Kikongo and Kimbundu nguba "peanut").
[1970s+ Teenagers; fr goober, ''peanut,'' fr Kongo nguba, ''kidney, peanut''; first sense probably because the first syllable describes the goo that exudes from or is squeezed from the lesion]