I don't know why I should be so upset over Garfield and Odie leaving. It's not like they're family or anything. - It's 10:00. Do you know where your children are? - WAH!
1 September 1986
Gee, I'm lonely. I feel like it's just me against the world. - GROWL - Okay, okay...US agains the rest of the world.
2 September 1986
I'm so tired I hurt. - I could sleep for a week. - If I were't staring at this special for ground beef at Ed's Market.
3 September 1986
I'm homesick. I think I'll use my natural, uncanny sense of direction to find my way home. - - If I can find my way out of this newspaper.
4 September 1986
ODIE! YOU SLY DOG! THERE YOU ARE! - - Odie must have a very popular ear style.
5 September 1986
The milkman cometh. - Now to wait for the doughnut man.
6 September 1986
- Hello, doggie, are you lost? - - Would you like to come home with me? - Hmmm - And how would you like those silly ears of yours tied in a square knot? - I thought so.
7 September 1986
Mommy! Look at the doggie I found. May I heep him? - He's not rabid or anything, is he? Oh, no! He's not rabid! - He's just stupid.
8 September 1986
Would you like to give Dollie a kiss, doggie? - SLURP! How sweet! - DOLLY! WHERE DID YOUR FACE GO?!
9 September 1986
Oh, doggie. I love you and I hug you and I squeeze you! I could hold you forever! - Good night, doggie! - GASP!
10 September 1986
Sniff - Oh, poor doggie. I'll bet you miss your home, don't you? I'll bet you'd like to go back to your owner, wouldn't you? - OVER MY DEAd BODY!
11 September 1986
Okay, doggie, let's pretend you're at a tea party with all your little friends. - Now let's pretend... - IT'S OVERRUN BY MERCENARY GUERILLAS!
12 September 1986
Good night, little doggie. You sure do love it here, don't you? - Doggie? - Mom! Call out the dogs! Another one's gone over the wall!
13 September 1986
If you are here you are lost! - - Uh-oh! Look, fellas, a cat chew-toy. - ARF! ARF! Wait a minute. He braks like a dog. - PANT! PANT! PANT! And he pants like a dog. - Cool it, guys! Here comes the dogcatcher! BARK! BARK! - purrr scratch
14 September 1986
It's getting hungry out here. I hate to admit it, but I'd better find work. But, what can I do? - BINGO! - I Want You Join The Circus Show business, here I come!
15 September 1986
I'm going to join the circus! - I think I'll be a trapeze artist of a lion tamer. - Or a clown.
16 September 1986
Listen up, cat. I'm Binky The Clown. I'm the head clown around here and don't you forget it! It's a little hard to ignore. - And respect...I demand respect. - When I honk my nose, people snap to attention. He's full bore looney all right.
17 September 1986
This is a slapstick. It makes a lod noise, but, it doesn't really hurt. - Go ahead. Hit me with it as hard as you can. With pleasure! WHAP! - It's all in the wrist.
18 September 1986
LADIEES AND GENTLEMEN! MY ASSISTANT!... ROTUNDO THE CLOWN! "Rotundo"? - ROTUNDO WILL NOW TAKE A PIE IN THE FACE! SPLUT! - FROM MY ASSISTANT; DUMMY THE CLOWN! He looks vaguely familiar.
19 September 1986
This life isn't for me. Are you coming with me, clown? ploop - ODIE! - Hey! We ran away from home to run away from the circus!
20 September 1986
Table for two? - Boy, am I hungry. - If we don't find something to eat soon, Odie, we are going to starve. - LOOK! AN ANTHILL! - In parts of the world where food is scarce, natives squat by the anthills... - As the ants come out they pinch
21 September 1986
You boys look like you need a good meal. We're starved! - Well come in. Eat! Eat! There you go, Odie. - PET SHOP There ARE some good-hearted people in this old world.
22 September 1986
Hi, gang. What is this? Some kind of party? No, it's some kind of pet shop. CLANG! - You were lured in here with food. Now you're trapped. There's nothing to do here but eat and sleep. - Sounds like a little slice of heaven to me. you have a
23 September 1986
This pet shop life isn't so bad. It's kind of like camp. - Oh, it has drawbacks, believe me. Name one. - You bunk with the lizard. I'm getting the drift.
24 September 1986
I tell you, friend, living in a pet shop is dehumanizing. There's no privacy. The overcrowded conditions are deplorable. Amen. - Here's the ship ment of mice, Mrs. Ernsberger. Where do you want them? - PUT 'EM IN HERE! WE'LL TAKE'M! WE CAN
25 September 1986
GARFIELD! ODIE! JON! The cat and dog are $25 for the pair. - - I'll give you 20. You're going to regret that one, Jon.
26 September 1986
What a surprise to find you guys in a pet shop! - I would have never thought to look there. Then what were you?... - Forget it I'd rather not know.
27 September 1986
Home's where you can scratch where it itches. - HOME! - It's great to be home! Home is truly where the heart is! - I even love the little imperfections that give it personality... - This little squeaky place in the floor. SQUIK SQUIK - The
28 September 1986
Whew! Boy is my breath bad this morning. - It must have been that sandwich I ate before bed last night. - Or possibly that block of goat cheese.
29 September 1986
I gotta find something for this bad breath. - Aha! - Your breath smells funny. Yours would too if you gargled with after-shave.
30 September 1986