An animated television series based on the comic strip Garfield by Jim Davis.
Garfield explains that a Telepathavisionator sends his brainwaves so the TV people can hear him. To test it he tries it on a man that is about to rob a bank.
Jon thinks grocery shopping is too expensive, so he decides to plant a garden in the backyard to grow his own vegetables.
At an Egyptian museum exhibit, Garfield becomes unconscious and dreams of being the Pharoah's beloved cat. A plot unfolds in which one of his servants plans to kidnap the revered feline.
When Orson couldn't find his spy novel, he imagines that he is Double Oh Orson instead.
Garfield hosts a show listing things that annoy people, but is told by a dog that dogs should not be included, or else.
A teenage mouse believes that Garfield is responsible for his missing mother, no matter how many times Garfield insists that he's innocent.
In a parody of Ponchielli's "Dance of the Hours", Jon forces Garfield to go on yet another diet. Going without breakfast, Garfield tries to get Odie's bone. When that fails, Garfield decides the best way to get food is to appeal to Ann McPherson, the chairwoman of "a group that makes sure pets are not mistreated."
A psychiatrist badger named Edward R. Furrow counsels Wade while the wolf cons Roy into winning a Fiji vacation in an attempt to steal the chickens.
Garfield finally catches a bird. But it's not just any bird. It's a baby bird named Ludlow.
Garfield is determined to break the record of World's Longest Nap.
A musical Western about a cat called Lasagna Kid (played by Garfield, of course). The story includes romance, action and above all... a lot of fun.
Jon decides to buy a house in the mountain, by a real estate agent. Although the agent notices it, Jon ignores that the house is..... bewitched.
This time, the Incredibly Stupid Swamp Monster returns to Orson's farm to hidding, because its creator, a mad scientist, it's looking for it throughout, and the monster doesn't wish to return with him.
After finding out that he wasn't written into the episode, Roy writes a new version of ""Paul Revere"" using the famous rider's duck.
It's 10 degrees and Orson is in swimming Trunks? Orson is fantizizing that it's 110 degrees. The weasel's plan this week is to ruin everything for everybody.
Garfield explains the history of movies from the invention of the moving picture to the invention of the video rental buisiness.
On "Hit a duck in the face with a Lemon Mouragne Pie Day" Wade is outraged. When Roy overdoes it, Wade gets so upset he calls the senate to declare a new holiday, "Dump Mud on a Rooster Day"
In song, Garfield comes to pick Penelope up for a date; but Penelope is bored with Garfield just hanging around the restaurant eating lasagna, and falls for a hip rock and roller cat. Garfield decides he's going to have to liven up his own musical talents to win back Penelope's affection.
Jon decides to go to Madman Murray's Store to shop. But there's competetion across the street.
Booker and Sheldon re-imagine "The Tortoise and the Hare" as a science fiction epic.
Garfield puts on a variety show out on the backyard fence.
Similar to the story of Cinderella, Odie wants to go to a secret dog ball but the other dog's don't want him to. So Odie wishes that he can go to the ball and the worst Fairy Godmother in the world is given the wish.
In the first half: Garfield creates many ways of reminding Jon of his upcoming birthday. In the second half: To the tune of "The Twelve Days of Christmas", Garfield tells Jon what Jon is going to cook for him for his birthday meal.
A Psychatrist comes to the Farm and helps the weasel and Orson with their problems.
Garfield wants to steal a pie from the neighbor's house, with a bulldog preventing him from doing so. The Feline Philosopher tries to help by giving self-motivation speeches.
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