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Although this article is about an official minifigure, it never existed in physical form, or appeared in any official LEGO sets.
Choose Goose was a talking goose who spoke (almost) exclusively in rhymes. He sold various rare objects for adventuring or assisting Finn and Jake, but most of what he possessed either backfired or was mostly useless to almost everyone.
He first appeared when Finn and Jake visited his store. Finn asked for some armor to make himself seem tough, but Choose Goose keept teasing and embarrassing him. Finally, Finn told him to get serious and suggest some real armor. But when Choose Goose did, he asked for Jake's head as payment, and Finn rejected it. Then Choose Goose gave him a scroll with a poem that was supposed to lead them to where the most "chk chk" armor is, but they had to figure out what the poem meant.
Choose Goose appeared later when Finn and Jake go to his stand, and Finn asked for something to make him smarter. Choose Goose told him he would do it as long as he entertained him, so Finn made a face drawn on his finger sing and dance and entertain Choose Goose. Then he gave him the "Glasses of Nerdicon," which made Finn smarter.
Sometime later, a guy named "Choose Bruce" and some other people tried to make the Destiny Gang leave town. Later, he gave Finn a weapon to attach to his robotic arm to help him fight the Destiny Gang. Lastly, he was seen crying because his stand and the entire village was burned down.
Later, a toy version of him danced the tango with a toy version of Lollipop Girl. Later, a toy version of Abracadaniel started to hug them, but then they got all tangled up and start rolling around. Finally, they danced at the party Finn makes for them.
Later Finn and Jake went to see Choose Goose to ask him where the Grassy Wizard lived so they could return their grass sword. At first, he refused to tell them because they bought a sword from another guy, but then Finn convinced him that they only did it one time and he forgave them and told them he lived on top of a hill.