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DC Comics

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
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Irving

Goldie the Gargoyle (New Earth)
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One day Cain brought his brother Abel a gift. Abel opened it to discover a gargoyle egg. The egg soon hatched, and a baby gargoyle spilled forth. Abel wanted to name it Irving, but Cain wouldn't hear of it. He said that gargoyle names must always begin with the letter G, such as Gazpacho, Gormagon, Gladstone or Ganymede. He became so irate over this that he killed Abel. Which was not out of sorts for Cain, for he often killed his brother for the mere sport of it. Like Cain, Abel was immortal and always recuperated from whatever fatal blow his brother dealt him. After reconstituing himself, Abel relented, and named the gargoyle Goldie instead of Irving. He kept him as a pet inside the House of Secrets.

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Muppet

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Muppet Wiki

Goldie and Bird before the show.

Goldie is Big Bird's pet goldfish in The Sesame Street Pet Show. She wins the "Best Swimmer" award.


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Lostpedia

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

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Goldie, who received his name due to his trademark gold tooth, was one of the Nigerian drug smugglers working with Eko and Olu. Goldie unknowingly played a small but important role that would affect the castaways on the Island. When the smugglers were being besieged by the Nigerian military, Goldie forced Yemi into the Beechcraft and pushed Eko out of the plane, which ironically saved his life. ("The 23rd Psalm")

Later, when the Beechcraft was crashing onto the Island, Goldie jumped out of the Beechcraft in a parachute. He later died of unknown causes. However, his carcass was discovered by Locke and Boone. Seeing him in priest disguise, Boone assumed he had been a real priest. Locke then found a 9mm gun, a knife concealed in a pen, and Nigerian currency in his clothes. Later he discovered the Virgin Mary statues, making clear Goldie's selfish intentions of smuggling drugs. ("Deus Ex Machina")

Later, Goldie's dead body was seen by his former smuggling buddy Eko. Eko then realized that Goldie was responsible for saving his life, and related this fact to Charlie. ("The 23rd Psalm")


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Starwars

Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

This article is about the fish. You may be looking for the droid R3-S6.

Goldies were domestic fish, sometimes used to create a peaceful atmosphere in a room. Some were kept at the Jedi Temple on Ossus.

Appearances

  • Dark Nest III: The Swarm War (First appearance)

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