I heard a strange word in a movie description several times:
Mitch looks pooled-eyed
This describes the character Mitch looks unhappy and frustrated after his phone call was cut short. As additional information, here is an audio clip (via an audio sharing site).
And in another scene:
Steve: A lot of people showed up after the service, huh?
Walt: Yeah, well, I suppose they heard there's gonna be a lot of ham. I'll go down in the basement and get some chairs.
Steve: Oh I can do that, Dad.
Walt: No, I need them now, not next week.
Narrator: Tubby, 40 something Steve looks pooled-eyed.
The word here supposedly means the same as the first scene. Here's an audio clip. I can't find a dictionary that shows any of these words is an adjective meaning "frustrated". Does "pooled-eyed" have this meaning? Or is it another word? What does it mean exactly?