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GARFIELD AND FRIENDS
(CBS, September 17, 1988-December 10, 1994)
Film Roman, Paws, Inc., United Features Syndicate
Lorenzo Music – Garfield, Bertie Buddy Bear, Charlie
Thom Huge – Jon Arbuckle, Roy, Binky the Clown, Bobby Buddy Bear, Gort, various
Gregg Berger – Odie, Orson, Herman Post, Billy Buddy Bear, Irving Burnside, Rudy, Moe the Cat Burglar, Madman Murray, the Weasel, the Wolf, various
Desiree Goyette – Nermal, various
Howard Morris – Wade, Wart, Worms, the Fox
Frank Welker – Bo, Booker, Sheldon, Dr. Garbanzo Bean, Mort, Fred Duck, Edward R. Furrow, Plato, various
Julie Payne – Lanolin, Dr. Liz Wilson, various
Gary Owens – Introduction, various
“Quickie / Peace and Quiet / Quickie / Wanted: Wade / Quickie / Garfield Goes Hawaiian” (9/17/88) – Garfield makes fun of Odie’s sweater until he gets his own outdoor outfit. / After watching TV all night, all Garfield wants to do is sleep—and Binky won’t let him. / Bo shows Wade a bug he found. / Wade rips the tag off of a couch and believes he’s now a fugitive. / Garfield ends up squashing more than a spider. / Garfield contracts Hawaiian Cat Flu and goes into a hula whenever someone mentions something related to Hawaii.
“Quickie / Box O’ Fun / Quickie / Unidentified Flying Orson / Quickie / School Daze” (9/14/88) – Garfield dresses as a giant bee in order to enjoy some flowers. / Garfield uses his imagination in Jon’s box. / Lanolin and Roy get into a screaming match. / After reading a book, Orson’s imagination runs away with him over a prank by Roy. / Garfield hangs out on the screen door waiting for something to happen. / Jon sends Garfield to obedience school.
“Quickie / Nighty Nightmare / Quickie / Banana Nose / Quickie / Ode to Odie” (10/1/88) – Jon is too tired to let the pets out. / Garfield gets a nightmare from devouring Jon’s entire pizza. / Wade plants some dangerous mystery seeds. / Fed up with his practical jokes, the animals call Roy banana nose, causing him to leave the farm. / Jon discovers Garfield’s habit of sticking food to the ceiling. / Garfield raps about Odie.
“Quickie / Fraidy Cat / Quickie / Shell Shocked Sheldon / Quickie / Nothing to Sneeze At” (10/8/88) - Jon tries to trick Garfield into jogging. / The electricity goes out during a horror movie leading the pets to think Jon’s been captured by a monster. / A game of tag on the farm. / Orson tries to hatch Sheldon, leading to the fox abducting him. / Jon tasks Garfield to learn something new every day. / Jon uses Garfield’s sneeze to get a date with Liz.
“Quickie / Garfield’s Moving Experience / Quickie / Wade: You’re Afraid / Quickie / Good Mousekeeping” (10/15/88) – Garfield tries to get Odie to dive into his water bowl. / Garfield leaves Jon to live with a rich girl. / Orson and Booker try to get the tractor started. / Garfield accidentally eats Jon’s sweat socks. / When mice learn Garfield doesn’t eat mice they invade his house.
“Quickie / Identity Crisis / Quickie / The Bad Sport / Up a Tree” (10/22/88) – Garfield thinks Odie is sleeping in his bed. / Garfield’s dog impression puts him at odds with the dogcatcher. / Roy helps Wade become tough to stand up to Lanolin. / Roy replaces the rules to a new game with his own. / Garfield climbs a tree to get away from Nermal and gets stuck.
“Quickie / Weighty Problem / Quickie / The Worm Turns / Quickie / Good Cat, Bad Cat” (10/29/88) – Garfield stops Odie’s howling. / Garfield tampers with Jon’s new scale. / The animals ask Orson to read them a scary story. / Orson tells the viewers why Booker stopped chasing worms. / Garfield plays fetch with Odie. / Garfield is conflicted when Jon asks him to leave the mailman alone.
“Quickie / Cabin Fever / Quickie / Return of Power Pig / Fair Exchange” (11/5/88) – Jon teaches the pets fire safety. / Garfield and Odie get snowed in at a cabin. / Booker and Orson try to rescue Sheldon from being Lanolin’s yo-yo. / Sheldon’s fright from Orson’s story leads to rumors around the farm. / Garfield and Jon dream they live each other’s lives.
“Quickie / The Binky Show / Quickie / Keeping Cool / Quickie / Don’t Move” (11/12/88) – Odie loses party invitation in the wind. / Garfield goes on a Binky-hosted game show to win Jon a birthday present. / Orson gives horsie rides. / Orson’s brothers visit the farm. / Garfield chases after food-themed trucks. / Garfield stopping for some fish leads to Odie being captured by the dogcatcher.
“Quickie / Magic Mutt / Short Story / Quickie / Monday Misery” (11/19/88) – Odie locks himself in the car. / Garfield gets into it with a dog at a magic shop. / Booker saves the others from Orson’s brothers. / Garfield disguises himself as a bird bath. / Garfield tries to avoid the usual Monday bad luck.
“Quickie / Best of Breed / National Tapioca Pudding Day / All About Odie” (11/26/88) – Garfield ridicules Odie until his antics get him food. / Garfield enters a talent show to show-up Nermal’s awards. / Roy invents a holiday as part of his spring-loaded tapioca pudding box prank. / Garfield teaches a university class on Odie.
“Quickie / Caped Avenger / Quickie / Shy Fly Guy / Quickie / Green Thumbs Down” (12/3/88) – Garfield and Odie put in a swimming pool. / While Jon’s cartoons are reviewed, The Caped Avenger searches for a missing Pooky. / Detective Pig investigates the dark side of the barn. / Wade vows to fly when his brother makes fun of his inability to. / Jon installs a plastic flower garden. / Jon decides to save money by growing his own food.
“Quickie / Forget Me Not / Quickie / I Like Having You Around! / Quickie / Quickie / Sales Resistance” (12/10/88) – The Caped Avenger rides Odie. / Garfield contracts amnesia and a reversed personality. / Booker follows the worm into his hole. / Bo leaves the farm after a fight with Lanolin. / Garfield questions his love of the first snow of the year. / Jon ran out of Garfield’s regular cat food. / Jon threatens Garfield with no more lasagna if he continues to buy useless junk from infomercials.
“Quickie / Pest of a Guest / Quickie / The Impractical Joker / Fat and Furry” (9/16/89) – Garfield uses charades to tell Jon something. / Garfield is determined to get rid of a cat Jon takes in for the winter. / Booker mistakes Orson’s tail for the worm. / Orson fires Roy. / Garfield wins the lottery and they end up on Lifestyles of the Fat and Furry.
“Quickie / Rip Van Kitty / Quickie / Grabbity / The Big Catnap / Quickie” (9/16/89) – Garfield shows up Jon’s physique. / Jon allows Garfield to sleep all he wants, and he ends up sleeping for 20 years. / Orson and Roy help Booker and Sheldon play teeter totter / Roy pranks Wade when he wonders what would happen if the law of grabbity was repealed. / Jon tries to hide his mother’s cookies from Garfield. / Garfield and Odie come in out of the rain.
“Quickie / The Great Getaway / Quickie / Scrambled Eggs / Hansel and Garfield” (9/23/89) – Garfield disguises himself as a bird house. / Garfield follows Jon on his NYC vacation. / A weed turns out to be connected to a magic rabbit. / Orson relates how Sheldon was mistaken for a turtle’s egg. / Garfield tells Nermal a twisted version of Hansel and Gretel.
“Quickie / The Sludge Monster / Quickie / Fortune Kooky / Heatwave Holiday / Quickie” (9/23/89) – Garfield makes like a fountain to wake up Jon. / When they end up stranded in a hotel, Jon tells Garfield and Odie a scary story. / The animals plan to dress up for a parade. / Fortune cookies make Wade superstitious. / Beating the heat with cold thoughts ends up spreading throughout the town. / Garfield sees what happens when he puts all the money into a soda machine at once.
“Quickie / One Good Fern Deserves Another / Quickie / Goody-Go-Round / The Black Book” (9/30/89) – Garfield and Jon have an eating contest. / Jon is accidentally sold a meat-eating fern. / Sheldon and Booker invite Wade swimming. / Orson sets out to get Bo a record player. / Jon has Garfield hide his black book.
“Quickie / The Legend of the Lake / Quickie / Double oh Orson / Health Feud” (9/30/89) – Garfield performs stand-up on the fence. / Garfield gives a tour of the National Cat Museum. / Orson warns Roy about eating corn close to a warm stove. / Orson reads a spy story, turning him into “Double-oh-Orson.” / When Jon becomes obsessed with a fitness show, Garfield sets out to destroy it.
“Quickie / Binky Gets Cancelled! / Quickie / Show Stoppers / Cutie and the Beast” (10/7/89) – Jon proclaims everything is normal to his mother. / Garfield tells the audience about Binky’s cancellation. / Wade sings “Home on the Range” and the lyrics come true. / A talent show on the farm gets plagued by bouts of stage fright. / Garfield’s prank causes Nermal to think he’s ugly and run away.
“Quickie / The Lasagna Zone / Quickie / Sleepytime Pig / Quickie / Yojumbo” (10/7/89) – Garfield uses lookalikes to appear everywhere. / Garfield spills lasagna on the new satellite dish and is transported into the TV shows. / Orson teaches Booker and Sheldon about imagination. / Orson needs a nap, and everyone’s help ends up more of a hindrance. / Garfield wonders what it’d be like to be a zoo animal. / Jon takes karate lessons after a run-in with a bully.
“Quickie / Pros and Cons / Quickie / Rooster Revenge / Lights! Camera! Garfield!” (10/14/89) – Garfield fights boredom by creating his own country club. / Odie is cheated out of grocery money by an alley cat. / The animals have a race. / Roy worries Orson will retaliate with his own prank. / Garfield takes a job as a stunt double.
“Quickie / Polecat Flats / Quickie / Hogcules / Brain Boy” (10/14/89) – Garfield gives Jon not-quite-food. / Jon takes Garfield to a dude ranch. / Roy enjoys his work. / Orson dreams about being Hercules. / Garfield is framed for misdeeds by Jon’s seemingly-innocent second cousin.
“Quickie / Maine Course / No Laughing Matter / Screaming with Binky / Attack of the Mutant Guppies / Quickie” (10/21/89) – Garfield entertains Jon as he eats all the apples. / Jon and the pets befriend a lobster they were sent. / Anti-joke aliens invade the farm. / Binky scares a diamond cutter. / Garfield tries to set Nermal’s mind at ease over a scary story he told him. / Wade wants to make a wish in the well.
“Quickie / Robodie / Quickie / First Aid Wade / Video Victim” (10/21/89) – Garfield unravels the world’s largest ball of twine. / Odie is kidnapped to be a model for robot toys. / Power Pig tries to rescue Booker, who learns voice throwing. / Wade fears Roy and Orson will operate on his hurt leg. / Jon bets Garfield he’ll stop using the vacuum if Garfield can swear off TV for 24 hours.
“Quickie / Curse of Klopman / Quickie / Mud Sweet Mud / Quickie / Rainy Day Dreams” (10/28/89) – Indiana Garfield ends up in quicksand. / Garfield inherits the cursed Klopman Diamond. / The worm beats up Booker. / Orson explains the sentiment behind his waller. / Odie and Garfield have an animal-sound contest. / A rainy day has Jon dating at home and Garfield and Odie using their imaginations.
“Quickie / Basket Brawl / Quickie / Origin of Power Pig / Cactus Jake Rides Again” (10/28/89) – Garfield gets caught in the window shade. / Mice watch as the others try to load a picnic basket without Garfield eating the food first. / Orson helps Wade change his life with a book. / Orson tells Wade the origin of Power Pig as his brothers plot a crop theft. / Jon and the pets regret inviting Cactus Jake to stay with them while he’s in town.
“Quickie / Binky Goes Bad! / Quickie / Barn of Fear / Screaming with Binky / Mini-Mall Matters” (11/4/89) – Jon wonders why Garfield is so destructive. / Binky is framed for theft. / Snowtime fun on the farm. / The animals stay at an abandoned barn where Orson’s brothers have some fun. / Binky scares a brain surgeon at work. / Garfield educates viewers about mini-malls.
“Quickie / Attention-Getting Garfield / Quickie / Swine Trek / Quickie / It Must be True!” (11/4/89) – Jon forgets his pants. / Garfield tries to win back some attention from Odie. / Wade is struck by lightning. / While sick, Orson dreams he and the others are the crew of Swine Trek. / Garfield reads Odie the ingredients of his food. / Garfield hosts a show where everything said on television has to be true.
“Quickie / Arrivaderci, Odie! / Quickie / Gort Goes Good / Screaming with Binky / Feeling Feline” (11/11/89) – Garfield kills Jon’s plant. / Garfield believes he got Jon to kick Odie out. / Orson has a bad cold. / Gort claims to have turned over a new leaf, but Wade’s not so sure. / Binky interrupts the world record for standing on each other’s shoulders. / Jon and Garfield dismiss the notion that owners become like their pets.
“Quickie / The Bear Facts / Nothing to be Afraid Of / The Big Talker” (11/11/89) – Jon tries to get a cookie while Garfield is sleeping. / A dancing bear shows up during a camping trip. / The animals try to find something Wade isn’t afraid of. / Garfield gets revenge on a TV host that hates cats.
“Cactus Makes Perfect / Hogcules II / Crime and Nourishment” (11/18/89) – Cactus Jake recounts encountering a cat similar to Garfield. / Orson daydreams about being Hogcules while cleaning up a grain mess. / Garfield tracks down a stolen picnic basket and finds a race of small creatures.
“T.V. of Tomorrow / Little Red Riding Egg / Well-Fed Feline” (11/18/89) – TV shopping yields some bizarre results. / Orson finds a video camera and films a production of Little Red Riding Hood. / An activist forces Jon to feed Garfield as much as he wants.
“Invasion of the Big Robots / Shelf Esteem / Housebreak Hotel” (11/25/89) – Garfield wakes up to find himself in the wrong cartoon. / Orson cleans up his library and Roy and Lanolin bet if he’ll finish in the same day. / Jon puts the pets in a kennel that keeps them all in cages and neglects them.
“First Class Feline / Hamelot / How to be Funny!” (11/25/89) – Jon decides to teach Garfield a lesson about sending Nermal to Abu Dhabi. / Retrieving a bucket causes Orson to fall and dream he was in Camelot. / Garfield lectures on humor.
“Mystic Manor / Flop Goes the Weasel / The Legend of Long Jon” (12/2/89) – Garfield tries to retrieve Odie from Mystic Manor. / Fame goes to Wade’s head when he’s heralded as a hero for accidentally stopping the weasel. / Jon discovers he has a pirate ancestor.
“China Cat / Cock-a-Doodle Dandy / Beach Blanket Bonzo” (12/2/89) – A Chinese legend features a bad luck cat resembling Garfield. / Roy tries to figure out how to give his wake-up call without disturbing a bear. / Love hits the beach for Jon and Garfield.
“Lemon-Aid / Hog Noon / Video Airlines” (12/16/89) – Jon gets conned into buying a lemon car by Al Swindler. / Orson prepares for his old bully to visit the farm. / Jon and the pets try to find a movie to watch.
“The Mail Animal / Peanut-Brained Rooster / Mummy Dearest” (12/16/89) – Garfield tries to help the mailman get his job back. / Roy becomes obsessed with peanuts and Orson’s brothers steal the crop. / Garfield gets knocked out in a museum and dreams he’s in ancient Egypt.
“Skyway Robbery / The Bunny Rabbits is Coming! / Close Encounters of the Garfield Kind” (9/15/90) – Al Swindler gets Jon a deal on a flight to Miami. / Everyone is confused over a message about rabbits coming. / Jon lets a cute alien stay with them.
“Astrocat / Cock-a-Doodle Duel / Cinderella Cat” (9/15/90) – Garfield tells Odie about his uncle, the first cat in space / A new rooster causes Roy to leave the farm. / Garfield gains a dishonest fairy godfather.
“Ship Shape / Barn of Fear II / Break-a-Leg” (9/22/90) – Garfield finds ways to avoid the captain of a cruise ship. / Orson plans a harvest party while his brothers plan to steal the harvest. / Jon has to prove to a girl that he’s a great skier.
“Twice Told Tale / Orson Goes on Vacation / Wedding Bell Blues” (9/22/90) – Jon and Garfield recount how the house got filled with yogurt. / Orson goes on vacation and leaves Wade in charge. / Jon’s cousin Marian is getting married and Garfield thinks it’s to Jon.
“Clean Sweep / Secrets of the Animated Cartoon / How the West was Lost” (9/29/90) – Jon buys a machine to give Odie a bath. / Orson explains cartoon physics. / Jon tries to find Cactus Jake a new job.
“Binky Gets Cancelled Again! / Orson’s Diner / Flat Tired” (9/29/90) – Lack of educational material gets Binky replaced by the Buddy Bears. / Roy takes advantage of Orson’s promotion for his new restaurant. / Garfield is tired, so Odie fills in for a cartoon.
“Return of the Buddy Bears / Much Ado About Lanolin / Reigning Cats and Dogs” (10/6/90) – The Buddy Bears show up to give Garfield a solution on how to clean the house. / Orson puts on an imaginary play of The Taming of the Shrew. / Garfield explains why cats are better than dogs.
“Fit for a King / Ben Hog / Dessert in the Desert” (10/6/90) – A duke provides a fat cat as a king’s food taster in a kingdom where the king’s weight determines how much gold he’ll get. / Orson’s brothers distract him from guard duty with a copy of Ben-Hur. / Garfield and Odie get lost in the desert.
“Hound of the Arbuckles / Read Alert / Urban Arbuckle” (10/13/90) – Garfield plays Watson in a dream sequence set in The Hound of the Baskervilles. / Orson’s imagination goes awry and wrangles in Roy and Wade. / Cactus Jake fixes up Jon with his daughter.
“Odielocks and the Three Cats / Quack to the Future / Beddy Buy” (10/13/90) – Garfield tells Odie a story while waiting for his lasagna to cool. / After yelling at Wade Orson dreams he has a time machine that will let him see the future. / Garfield goes bed shopping with Jon.
“Count Lasagna / Mystery Guest / Rodent Rampage” (10/20/90) – Jon pitches a comic about Dracula’s cat. / Roy hosts a gameshow for a new tractor, which Orson’s brothers want to steal. / Floyd’s cousin visits.
“The Feline Felon / The Legal Eagle / The Cactus Saga” (10/20/90) – Garfield steals a charity pie Jon baked. / Orson asks Roy to uphold the farm laws he discovered. / Cactus Jake explains the origins of his name.
“D.J. Jon / Cornfinger / Five Minute Warning” (10/27/90) – Jon becomes a radio DJ. / Double-oh-Orson investigates the missing hay. / Jon bets Garfield can’t go without food for 5 minutes.
“Wonderful World / The Orson Awards / The Garfield Workouts” (10/27/90) – Jon takes the pets to an amusement park run by Al Swindler. / Orson’s brothers and Roy want to win something at the 32nd Annual Orson Awards. / Garfield hosts an exercise program.
“All Things Fat and Small / Robin Hog / Hare Replacement” (11/5/90) – Garfield encounters animal thieves on a camping trip. / A walnut bump causes Orson to fantasize about being Robin Hog. / Garfield becomes the replacement bunny in Jon’s magic act.
“Stick to It / Orson in Wonderland / For Cats Only” (11/10/90) – Garfield throws a stick as far as he can to get rid of Odie. / Fetching a croquet ball causes Orson to dream he’s in Wonderland. / Garfield reveals cats were once aliens bent on world domination.
“Mistakes Will Happen / The Well Dweller / The Wise Man” (11/17/90) – Garfield tries to convince viewers his show doesn’t have any mistakes. / Orson discovers strange creatures while drilling for water. / Jon takes in a Maharishi for peace and tranquility.
“Star Struck / Election Daze / Dirty Business” (11/17/90) – Garfield writes his own episode. / The weasel tricks Roy into taking over the farm from Orson. / Things tend to disappear in Jon’s cousin’s store.
“Moo Cow Mutt / Big Bad Buddy Bird / Angel Puss” (9/14/91) – Garfield tricks Odie into thinking he’s a cow. / Roy quits the show and joins the Buddy Bears. / An angel tries to get Odie and Garfield to get along.
“Trial and Error / An Egg-Citing Story / Supermarket Mania” (9/14/91) – Mice steal Garfield’s pie and he accuses Odie. / Orson gives the origin of Sheldon. / A new supermarket steals all the customers from the small neighborhood market.
“The Legend of Cactus Jupiter / Birthday Boy Roy / Jukebox Jon” (9/21/91) – Cactus Jake tells Garfield how to see the future in fire. / Roy’s pocket watch present is one of many items to go missing. / Jon has to quit nail-biting for a job and tries a hypnosis record.
“Squeak Previews / Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Wade / A Tall Tale” (9/21/91) – Two mice review a movie about mice. / Wade hypnotizes himself into turning into a monster. / Nermal tells his version of Paul Bunyan.
“Frankenstein Feline / Weatherman Wade / Fill-in Feline” (9/28/91) – Jon dreams about an insatiable Frankenstein monster cat. / Wade seemingly stops the rain with a wish. / Nermal fills in for a sick Garfield.
“Polar Pussycat / Over the Rainbow / Remote Possibilities” (9/28/91) – A napping Garfield ends up on a plane to the South Pole. / Roy finds out the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow needs to be won on a gameshow. / Garfield ends up with an experimental remote.
“Night of the Living Laundromat / Fast Food / Cash and Carry” (10/5/91) – Jon ends up with a clothes-eating washing machine. / Roy creates a fast food restaurant to counter Bo’s slow cooking. / Jon gives up his credit cards and goes cash-only.
“Speed Trap / Flights of Fantasy / Castaway Cat” (10/5/91) – Jon gets a speeding ticket from a shady cop. / Orson convinces Wade to use his imagination. / Garfield becomes engrossed in Robinson Crusoe.
“Mind Over Matter / Orson at the Bat / The Multiple Choice Cartoon” (10/12/91) – Jon is taken by a fortune teller. / Orson is hit by a baseball and dreams he’s in Casey at the Bat. / Garfield lets the audience direct the cartoon.
“Galactic Gamesman Garfield / Sly Spy Guy / The Thing That Stayed…Forever!” (10/12/91) – Garfield gets hooked on video games. / Double-oh-Orson searches for the missing spy novel. / Jon’s uncle Ed stays with them and takes over.
“Bouncing Baby Blues / The Ugly Duckling / Learning Lessons” (10/19/91) – Garfield and Odie accidentally bring a baby home from the market. / Orson tells the story of The Ugly Duckling. / The Buddy Bears are assigned to give educational information about anything Garfield says.
“Robodie II / For Butter or Worse / Annoying Things” (10/19/91) – A giant robot of Odie is accidentally made. / Orson becomes Power Pig to prove Roy stole all the butter. / Garfield is pressured by a dog not to say anything mean about dogs.
“Guaranteed Trouble / Fan Clubbing / A Jarring Experience” (10/26/91) – Jon buys a new TV from Madman Murray. / Roy and Wade fight to have the barn for their fan club. / A mouse believes Garfield is to blame for his missing mother.
“The Idol of Id / Bedtime Story Blues / Mamma Manicotti” (11/2/91) – Garfield and Odie’s brains are swapped by an idol. / Booker and Sheldon keep making changes while Orson reads them Cinderella. / Jon and the pets help make Mamma Manicotti famous.
“The Pizza Patrol / The Son Also Rises / Rolling Romance” (11/9/91) – Garfield takes advantage of a pizza promotion. / Wade tries to be brave for his father’s visit. / Jon’s new computerized car is attracted to him.
“The Automated, Animated Adventure / It’s A Wonderful Wade / Truckin’ Odie” (11/9/91) – Garfield is used in a demonstration of computer animation. / A guardian angel shows Wade what the farm would be like without him. / Garfield sings about Odie’s adventures with trucker Billy Bob.
“Home Away From Home / Rainy Day Robot / Odie the Amazing” (9/19/92) – Garfield runs away and gets smothered by his new owner. / Roy buys a weather-controlling robot. / Odie finds a magic wand he and Garfield believe is a stick.
“Taste Makes Waist / The Wolf Who Cried Boy / Day of Doom” (9/19/92) – Jon buys a phony health food meal package. / Roy constantly gives false alarms about a wolf. / Garfield wishes Mondays away.
“Home Sweet Swindler / Forget-Me-Not Newton / The Great Inventor” (9/26/92) – Al Swindler cheats Jon out of his house. / Wade’s forgetful cousin comes to the farm for work. / Garfield tells the story of the Roman cat who invented lasagna.
“Country Cousin / The Name Game / The Carnival Cruise” (9/26/92) – Jon hires his cousin to do repairs on the house. / The animals make changes to Rumpelstiltskin as Orson reads it to them. / Garfield is cursed by a fortune teller he has busted.
“The First Annual Garfield Watchers Test / Stark Raven Mad / The Record Breaker” (10/3/92) – Garfield hosts a quiz show. / Orson tells his own version of The Raven while his brothers steal the crops. / Jon has to find a new record player for his date.
“Renewed Terror / Badtime Story / Tooth or Dare” (10/3/92) – Jon is stalked by a salesman to renew his magazine subscription. / The others read Booker and Sheldon Chicken Little when Orson is sick. / A sabre-toothed tiger trades places with Garfield.
“The Kitty Council / The Bo Show / Bad Neighbor Policy” (10/10/92) – Garfield is put on trial for being a poor cat. / Bo has to save the episode when the others are captured by Orson’s brothers. / Garfield’s neighbor goes to court over his antics.
“Canvas Black Cat / Make Believe Moon / The Creature That Lived in the Refrigerator, Behind the Mayonnaise, Next to the Ketchup and to the Left of the Coleslaw” (10/10/92) – The Masked Mauler challenges Jon to a wrestling match. / Two weasels raid the farm while Orson imagines he, Wade and Roy are on the moon. / A creature attacks Jon and the pets.
“Cute for Loot / The Caverns of Cocoa / Dream Date” (10/17/92) – Garfield uses Nermal to get food. / Wade, Roy and Orson discover a chocolate mine. / Jon goes on a rigged dating show and Garfield tries to ruin the date.
“The Worst Pizza in the History of Mankind / Jack II: The Rest of the Story / The Garfield Opera” (10/24/92) – Garfield tells the story of a terrible pizza maker. / Booker, Sheldon, Wade and Roy try to fix Jack and the Beanstalk. / A musical about Garfield’s eating habits.
“Airborne Odie / Once Upon a Time Warp / Bride and Broom” (10/24/92) – Odie finds a magic lamp and wishes to fly. / Orson helps Wade reclaim his $5 from Roy. / A witch wants Jon as her husband.
“The Cartoon Cat Conspiracy / Who Done It? / The Picnic Panic” (10/31/92) – Garfield makes his own animated feature about cats. / Three dogs named Who, What and Where work on the farm. / Garfield tries to save the picnic from ants.
“Sound Judgement / Gross Encounters / The Peril of Penelope” (10/31/92) – Garfield puts Odie in charge of sound effects. / The wolf plays on everyone’s interest in aliens to get at the chickens. / Penelope dumps Brick for Garfield, and Brick threatens Garfield.
“Ghost of a Chance / Roy Gets Sacked / Revenge of the Living Lunch” (11/7/92) – A ghost has to scare Garfield. / Roy quits again and goes back to The Buddy Bears. / A meteor lands on Earth and finds its way to the Arbuckle house.
“Supersonic Seymour / A Mildly Mental Mix-Up / The Garfield Rap” (11/7/92) – To get organized, Jon hires a salesman to get him to work faster. / Psychiatrist badger Edward R. Furrow counsels Wade while the wolf gets rid of Roy. / Garfield sends in a music video to Meow TV.
“A Vacation From His Senses / The Incredibly Stupid Swamp Monster / Dread Giveaway” (9/18/93) – Garfield tricks Jon out of his vacation until he’s forced to participate in housework. / A giant robot falls into the mud while the weasel tries for the chickens. / Nermal dreams Garfield is giving him away on TV.
“The Wright Stuff / Orson Express / Safe at Home” (9/18/93) – Garfield reveals the real origin of the airplane. / Orson and Booker have to deliver a package to a reclusive hermit. / A security system keeps Jon and the pets out of their house.
“Jon the Barbarian / Uncle Roy to the Rescue / The Kitten and the Council” (9/25/93) – Garfield tells a story about Jon being in love with another warriors wife. / Roy prefers to date than to spend time with his visiting niece. / Nermal is charged with being too cute.
“Next-Door Nuisance / What’s It All About, Wade? / Bigfeetz” (9/25/93) – The Arbuckles get a new neighbor who constantly sings. / Orson and Roy bring Wade to an expert about his phobias. / Jon takes the pets on the hunt for Bigfeetz for a reward.
“Canine Conspiracy / Snow Wade and the 77 Dwarfs (Part 1) / The Genuine Article” (10/2/93) – Odie is framed for stealing a purse. / Orson casts the farm in a retelling of Snow White. / Garfield meets his double.
“The Best Policy / Snow Wade and the 77 Dwarfs (Part 2) / Fishy Feline” (10/2/93) – Jon gets scammed after his car is wrecked. / Everyone argues over who has to kiss Snow Wade. / Garfield is stuck in a dream a s acatfish.
“The Pie-Eyed Piper / Fine-Feathered Funny Man / Sweet Tweet Treat” (10/9/93) – Garfield spins his own version of The Pied Piper. / Roy gives up joking. / Garfield feels guilty about eating a bird.
“The Floyd Story / How Now, Stolen Cow? / The Second Penelope Episode” (10/9/93) – Floyd’s wife wants him to get more airtime while Garfield deals with Jon’s aunt. / Orson and Bo look for the missing cow. / Penelope becomes jealous of Garfield’s new girlfriend.
“Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Mouse / Payday Mayday / How to Drive Humans Crazy” (10/16/93) – Garfield’s version of the story starring a mouse. / A fox swindles everyone out of their pay. / Garfield teaches kittens how to drive people crazy.
“Date of Disaster / A Little Time-Off / The Longest Doze” (10/16/93) – Monica asks Jon out in revenge against her father. / Orson treats Lanolin to a pretend vacation. / Garfield tries to get the title of world’s longest nap.
“Stairway to Stardom / Return of the Incredibly Stupid Swamp Monster / The Life and Times of the Lasagna Kid” (10/23/93) – Garfield recounts his time as part of a comedy team. / The swamp monster returns as its owner looks for it. / Old West hero The Lasgna Kid has to save a damsel.
“Magic, Monsters and Manicotti / The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere’s Duck / Unreal Estate” (10/23/93) – Jon dreams about playing a game. / Roy uses Wade’s perceived higher profile to get himself some more attention with a poem. / Jon ends up buying a haunted vacation house.
“Lost and Foundling / Winter Wonderland / Films and Felines” (10/30/93) – Odie finds a girl who wants a dog. / Orson uses his imagination to keep warm. / Garfield talks about cats in films.
“The Garfield Musical / Mind Over Melvin / Madman Meets His Match” (10/30/93) – Penelope falls in love with a rock star cat. / An alien gives Orson mental powers. / Demented Dave and Madman Murray battle over who will sell to Jon.
“Knights and Daze / Holiday Happening / Jailbird Jon” (11/6/93) – Jon sends a letter for tickets an ends up accidentally challenging a knight to a duel. / Wade creates a holiday to get revenge on Roy. / A prison inmate switches places with Jon.
“The Third Penelope Episode / Hare Force / Garfield’s Garbage Can and Tin Pan Alley Revue” (11/6/93) – Garfield and Penelope imagine married life. / Orson, Booker and Sheldon come-up with a sci-fi version of The Tortoise and the Hare. / Jon is kept awake by Garfield’s revue show.
“The Legend of Johnny Ragweedseed / Grape Expectations (Part 1) / Catch as Cats Can’t” (9/17/94) – Jon plants ragweed. / With the big Cock-A-Doodle coming to check on Roy, he becomes panicked when grapes he’s guarding get eaten. / Garfield must save Ludlow from another cat.
“A Matter of Conscience / Grape Expectations (Part 2) / Top Ten” (9/17/94) – A cricket serves as Garfield’s conscience. / Roy is put on trial over a missing grape. / Jon heads out for a date and a robber sacks the house.
“Change of Mind / Temp Trouble / The Perfect Match” (9/24/94) – Nermal and Garfield switch personalities. / Orson puts his cousin in charge of the farm. / Jon finds his ideal match—or does he?
“My Fair Feline / Double Trouble Talk / Half-Baked Alaska” (9/24/94) - Garfield gets kicked out and ends up as part of a bet to be trained. / Roy buys a CD to help him get around doing work. / Garfield and Odie hire the conscience cricket to give Jon bad advice about his new job.
“Puss in High-Tops / Egg Over Easy (Part 1) / The Beast From Beyond” (10/1/94) – Garfield gives his take on the classic tale. / Wade becomes inspired by Sheldon to live in a shell. / A dinosaur plots to take over the present through TV.
“Model Behavior / Egg Over Easy (Part 2) / Another Ant Episode” (10/1/94) – Jon’s date really wants Garfield. / Wade ends up captured by the weasel. / The singing ants invade Garfield’s house.
“The Guy of Her Dreams / The Discount of Monte Cristo / The Fairy Dogmother” (10/8/94) – Penelope imagines Garfield as the perfect guy. / Orson’s cousin warns The Count of Monte Cristo is an expensive story. / Odie’s fairy dogmother grants his wish to attend a ball.
“The Stand-Up Mouse / Daydream Doctor / Happy Garfield Day” (10/8/94) – A new mouse in the house uses Garfield as comedy material. / Orson thinks he’s spending too much time reading books. / The world reminds Jon about Garfield’s birthday.
“Sit On It / Kiddie Korner / Brainwave Broadcast” (10/15/94) – Garfield refuses to get off of Jon’s book. / The Network forces the animals to perform nursery rhymes. / Garfield explains how pets communicate with humans.
“Suburban Jungle / The Thing in the Box / The Feline Philosopher” (10/22/94) – Jon’s niece sneaks off to the mall. / Everyone wonders what’s in Bo’s box. / A feline philosopher talks Garfield into stealing a pie.
“Thoroughly Mixed-Up Mouse / The Old Man of the Mountain / Food Fighter” (10/29/94) – Garfield makes Floyd’s friend think he’s a cat. / Wade needs advice to get Gort out of his bed. / Jon is hired as the cook for a boxer.
“The Jelly Roger / The Farmyard Feline Philosopher / Dogmother 2” (11/5/94) – A pirate steals food. / The Feline Philosopher gives Orson, Roy, Wade and the weasel advice. / The dogmother forgets what wish she was to grant, so she just grants every wish the Arbuckle house makes.
“Alley Katta and the 40 Thieves / If It’s Tuesday This Must Be Alpha Centauri / Clash of the Titans” (11/19/94) – Garfield gives his own twist on the tale. / The animals take an imaginary trip through space while Orson’s brothers lurk about. / Garfield ends up in the wrong cartoon again.
“Canned Laughter / Déjà vu / The Man Who Hated Cats” (11/26/94) – Jon’s comedy robot goes nuts. / Déjà vu runs rampant on the farm and Wade can’t pronounce the weasel’s name. / Garfield tries to find out why their new neighbor hates cats.
“The Horror Hostess (Part 1) / Newsworthy Wade / The Horror Hostess (Part 2)” (12/3/94) – Garfield and Odie set Jon up with a horror movie hostess. / Wade appears on the TV news. / Garfield and Odie have to rescue Jon from Vivacia.
“Arbuckle the Invincible / The Monster Who Couldn’t Scare Anybody / The Ocean Blue” (12/10/94) – An alien force field device ends up in Jon’s pocket. / Orson tells Booker and Sheldon about a monster who couldn’t scare anyone. / A vacation to the beach turns into shark trouble.