Welcome to "Truth is Stranger Than Fiction Theater". - The following story you are about to see is absolutely true. - Except, of course, for the stuff we made up to make it more interesting. I love television.
The brownie troop strikes again. - Z - - pant pant pant pant - I'm trying to take a nap. Odie. Now scram! pant pant pan - YAWN pant pant pant pant - SLOSH! - I don't know whether to scream or buy a boat.
Vacancy--> Hungry, Garfield? - - The mighty lion lies in wait... - He spies a herd of eggs over easy! - They become skittish, sensing danger... - HE STRIKES! - The village dam bursts, sending orange juice gushing through the melee! - Can't I
Now this is my kind of refrigerator magnet. - Z - Hmmm, the stare'im-in-the-face-till-he-wakes-up-routine isn't working. Z - Z WHAP WHAP WHAP And the slap'im-silly-with-the-tail routine isn't either. - Z It's time to call in the heavy
HEY! Yeah, you! The one sitting there reading this paper. GOT ANYTHING TO EAT? - sniff sniff - Oh-ho! What's that? - Looks like a bowl of food for me. - And Jon's nowhere around... - Looks like I'll have to serve myself. - TUG - Couldn't
Now, there's a face that would make even a mother scream. - coo-coo coo-coo - Garfield, I could sit here and pet you all evening. - But it's almost seven and I have to get ready for my date. You'll have to get down now. I like it here. -
You know, we're both getting pretty porky lately, Garfield. Oink oink - I think we should diet together. Diet together by yourself. - After all, "misery loves company". Is your family coming for a visit?
SEE The World's Fattest Cat Tickets I'd be very upset about this if I weren't getting 10% of the gate. - - Jon says I'm not pulling my weight around here. - - So there are a few mice around. Big deal. - - And one or two squirrels, so what? -
Hey, carp face, remember the reptile? That dance we used to do on the floor? What a hoot! Let's do it! - * Yeah, let's do the reptile ** The ** Rep-rep-rep-rep-reptile. - I can't get up. Neither can I- And they say you can't go back.
Grrrr I'm glad I'm near the sink. - Boy, that was fun. - Thanks for coming to visit, Wheezer. Yeah, it was great catching up old school days. - Well so long...and HONK! HONK! HONK! - BOOGA! BOOGA! BOOGA! - WHOOP! WHOOP! WHOOP! slap slap slap
* Got a date with my dream chick. She is cure and that's just a start. - * Oh, yeah, she's a vet, and better yet she'll make a house call on my heart. ** * - * Doo wop doo wop You are witnessing a phenomenon known ad the mating ritual of the
Hey, how about that weather? Reckon it'll rain, I suppose...if not, it won't...nope...nope. - Relay, Jon. I guess I am a little chatty, aren't I? I'll quiet down. - Plus, I just ran out of subject matter.
Oh, Garfield. - Garfield, I'm going to teach you self-control. - This is a box of kitty treats... - Do not take the kitty treats. - I'm leaving the room now. You are not to take the kitty treats. - Okay! I'm coming back to it now! The kitty
- THE SINK'S OVERLFOWING! Well bail it out. - YOU CLOGGED IT UP WITH YOUR STUPID CAT HAIR! Excuse me for being a cat. - I don'thave to take this. - I'm going to stand out here, in the rain, till Jon apologizes. - - CLICK Ah, he's come to his
Did you know you can harm planty by talking to them? - Observe. Then I got into stamp collecting. I liked to stick them to my forehead... - I had red ones, and green ones, and blue ones, and pink ones... Not a pretty sight.
DING DONG * - The mailman's here. Good, I haven't had a bite in weeks. - Garfield, meet my new assistant, Waldo. - Waldo, what is this? CAT! - And what does Waldo do with cats? JUMP ON! - And do you know why? MAKE FUNNY NOISE! - Any mail? No,
Hello? Yes, this is Jon Arbuckle. The police? You say vegetation is dying? Crops are ruined? People are dropping in the streets? - Well, yes, I did. Yes, sir, I will...right away. - I have to put my shoes back on. That explains the peeling
Z - KLUNK! - Fall out of bed again, Garfield? This is really embarrassing. - Hang on a minute...I may have a solution. - There we go. My belt ought to keep you from falling out again. - CRASH! - Fall out of your pants again, Jon? This is
Look at this, Garfield! "Challenge your intellect! Discover the creative you! Meet vital stimulating people!" - I'm gonna do it, Garfield! - I'm gonna take a pottery class! The Leonardo da Vinci Academy of Pottery?
I don't know why you're insisting on coming to pottery class with me, Garfield. I wouldn't miss this for the world. - I want to see these "vital and stimulating peaople" the ad in the paper promised. - Are these the students or the pots?
Hi there, I'm Jon Arbuckle, this is my first night in pottery class, what are you making? - A MAN! It doesn't look much like a man. - Well, whatever it is, it's a darn sight better than my fourth husband, Waldo! Poor Waldo.
Hi, I'm Jon Arbuckle. Hello. My name's Kimmy. I've never seen you before in pottery class. - Tonight's my first class. Well, I think you'll enjoy it. - I know that look. You're going to ask her out, aren't you? So when are you going to ask me
Would you go out with me, Kimmy? Don't do it, Jon! There's something strange about her. - That would be nice! GREAT! We cats have a sixth sense about these things. - We'll do dinner. plus, she's making a pile of clay eyebrows.
Whoops! - Darn, I dropped an egg. - You said taht like you expect me to eat it off the floor. - You're too lazy to clean it up, so let the cat have it, right? - Sure, the cat's a warthog! He'll eat off the floor! - - Good kitty. Shut up and
ho-wee! These shoes are tight! So! Kimmy...tell me... - Rats! I can't get this shoe off. You say you were raised by wolves? - Reckon I'll have to gnaw this leg off at the knee. LET ME HELP WITH THE SHOE!
Well, I suppose we'll have to get ANOTHER Christmas tree, Garfield, since you destroyed the first one. Put it out of its misery, is more like it. - Hey! This looks like a good place! - Honest Frosty's USED TREES Jon, Jon, Jon.
Hmmm, maybe a bit crooked. Okay, Mr. Picky. - Okay, boys, we must decide on a Christmas tree. - We could get a live tree. - This one's a tad big. Think so? - Odie seems to like that one. sniff sniff - Jon! Jon! I found it! - We can get lots
It's not the most perfect tree, boys, but, we'll turn the scraggy side to the wall. How true. - That's what I love about Christmas. It's the time of the year whenb everyone turns their scraggly side to the wall and peace and happiness abound.