What should I do with your body cast, Garfield? I'd like to keep it. WHANG!
1 November 1980
Hmmm, it feels sleepy out there today. You're looking a little listless, Garfield. I prefer to think of this as an advanced state of relaxation. I'm taking you to the vet. Thea have a cure for lazy? His get up and go got up and went,doc. It's nothing a li
2 November 1980
KISS stomp STOMP stomp STOMP STOMP STOMP
3 November 1980
Bath time, Pooky. -
4 November 1980
5 November 1980
Would you mind explaining yourself, Garfield?
6 November 1980
Oh, I'm sorry, Odie. Would you like some melon too? -
7 November 1980
squeak squeak squeak -
8 November 1980
WHOCK! SPLAT! -
9 November 1980
GRANDPA! Stow it, sonny. Where's the refrigerator?
10 November 1980
It's great to see you, grandpa. Why, I'll bet you're still the best ratter in Middletown. I gave that up. Why? Ever try to gum a rat?
11 November 1980
How well I remember the day you were born, sonny. Yessire, you were 5 pounds 6 ounces at birth. That's big for a kitten. I was out of town at the time. Then how do you remember it? I heard the scream.
12 November 1980
Tell me about my youth, grandpa. You were born in the kitchen of Mamma Leoni's Italian restaurant. You frolicked in the fettucine, rolled in the ravioli and ate all the lasagna in sight. I must have broken some eating records. Not tomention a few health c
13 November 1980
I'm tired. I think I'll turn in. Aw, come on, grandpa. The night's still young. Let's talk. Let me tell you about the flood of '42. Works every time. Z
14 November 1980
What the... Why, I'll bet you two are related, aren't you? I can see the family resemblance. Take that back, you walleyed muck sucker.
15 November 1980
Z HEY, GARFIELD, LET'S GO JOGGING. SHOOP! AHA! EEEYOUCH! This is one of those times when I should have considered the consequences of my actions.
16 November 1980
Grandpa? What was I like when I was little? Okay...what was I like when I was YOUNG? Let me tell you...
17 November 1980
Tell me, grandpa, how's grandma? Looking more like a haddock every day. She could give mean lessons to Attila the Hun. You're not getting along, huh? You might say the honeymoon's over.
18 November 1980
Why aren't you and grandma getting along? I married her because she had a figure that wouldn't quit. So? It did.
19 November 1980
Did I ever tell you about the great famine of '59? It was sad. Food was so scarce, many people ate their cats. That's disgusting! And you're gullible.
20 November 1980
You kids have it good these days. I remember when I had to walk six miles every day just to chase rats. I don't buy that. Would you believe across the street to spook a chicken?
21 November 1980
Goodbye, grandpa. Keep in touch. I'll write soon. CATS CAN'T WRITE! Now you're getting the picture.
22 November 1980
ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha Hello? Funny Farm? Do you take pets?
23 November 1980
Do you know what I like about cats, Garfield? You're so docile. ROWR! I hate to be pegged.
24 November 1980
Oh no! -
25 November 1980
FOOD! Close, but no banana.
26 November 1980
I'll be stuck here for the rest of my living days if I don't do something. I guess I'll have to let go and drop to the floor. -
27 November 1980
28 November 1980
This table is dusty. ACHOO! Twenty years from now I'll look back on this and laaaaugh.
29 November 1980
There's one cute chicky-boo! She could sharpen her claws on my hassock any time. I wonder if she'd like to go back to the big caterwauling on Elm Street tonight. Well, hello there, Garfield. Oh, hi, Frank.
30 November 1980