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,
2 November 1980
- KISS - stomp STOMP stomp STOMP STOMP STOMP
3 November 1980
Bath time, Pooky. - -
4 November 1980
- - GARFIELD!
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 to
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