List of Garfield and Friends episodes

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This is a complete listing of episodes from the animated television series Garfield and Friends. The first episode of Garfield and Friends aired on September 17, 1988.

Episodes overview[edit]

Season Episodes Season premiere Season finale
1 13 September 17, 1988 (1988-09-17) December 10, 1988 (1988-12-10)
2 26 September 16, 1989 (1989-09-16) December 16, 1989 (1989-12-16)
3 18 September 15, 1990 (1990-09-15) November 17, 1990 (1990-11-17)
4 16 September 14, 1991 (1991-09-14) November 9, 1991 (1991-11-09)
5 16 September 19, 1992 (1992-09-19) November 7, 1992 (1992-11-07)
6 16 September 18, 1993 (1993-09-18) November 6, 1993 (1993-11-06)
7 16 September 17, 1994 (1994-09-17) December 10, 1994 (1994-12-10)

Episode list[edit]

121 half-hour episodes were produced. Note that the first and third titles are for Garfield shorts, while the middle ones are for U.S. Acres shorts. There were Garfield Quickies and U.S. Acres Quickies which were short clip jokes based on gags from the strips. During the second and third seasons, the show also featured Screaming with Binky quickies in which Binky the Clown would scream his catch phrase and ruin an activity. The U.S. Acres Quickies and Screaming with Binky ended after season three (and were mostly removed in syndication), but Garfield Quickies lasted until the show ended.

Season 1 (1988)[edit]

The first and second seasons featured the theme song "Friends are There," written by Desirée Goyette. The closing credits for this season feature Garfield's face from a looking-up perspective against a pink background. All thirteen shows from this season can be found on the Garfield and Friends: Volume 1 DVD set. Also, during this season, many of the episodes aired out of order. This was corrected when the show went into syndication. With 13 episodes, this is the shortest season of the show.

Episode Directed by Original Airdate Prod. Code
"Show 1" Steve Clark, John Sparey, John Walker September 17, 1988 (1988-09-17) 104

Peace and Quiet: Garfield watches TV all night, so in the morning, he naturally tries to get some rest when Jon and Odie are out. However, Binky shows up and tries to give Garfield a happy birthday wish, believing he is someone else.

Wanted: Wade: Wade believes that the police will arrest him after he rips the a tag off the bottom of a couch. Meanwhile, Roy plays a CD of rooster crows on his stereo, which goes out of control.

Garfield Goes Hawaiian: Garfield is diagnosed with the Hawaiian Cat Flu, an unusual feline disease that causes him to hula whenever somebody close to him mentions Hawaii or anything from the state. Although this grows annoying overtime, Jon sees this as an opportunity to win a talent show that involves silly animal stunts. Note: First Garfield and Orson's Farm quickies.

Title Reference Gidget Goes Hawaiian
"Show 2" Steve Clark, John Sparey, John Walker September 24, 1988 (1988-09-24) 105

Box O' Fun: After Jon brings home a cardboard box of books for test study at night school, Garfield uses the box for imagination involving a race car, a plane, and a boat stranded in the sea.

Unidentified Flying Orson: Orson believes anything he reads, so his imagination allows him to get into a panic over a harmless prank from Roy.

School Daze: Garfield tries to mail visiting Nermal to Abu Dhabi. When Jon finds out, he sends Garfield to the Stonewall Obedience School, which has a strict counselor.

Title Reference: School Days
"Show 3" Steve Clark, John Sparey, John Walker October 1, 1988 (1988-10-01) 102

Nighty Nightmare: When Garfield eats Jon's entire pizza, Jon claims that Garfield will have a nightmare from such eating. Garfield scoffs at that idea, only to get a nightmare that night anyway, in which he grows into a giant and eats all of the food in the world. Title Reference: Nighty Night

Banana Nose: The farm animals are annoyed by Roy's practical jokes and call him Banana Nose, causing him to get upset and leave the farm. Booker soon goes missing as well.

Title Reference: Banana notes

Ode to Odie: Garfield tells a poem by rapping about locking Odie out of the house with his favorite bone. Odie wanders off into an alleyway, where tough dogs hang out.

Title Reference: Ode to Joy
"Show 4" Steve Clark, John Sparey, John Walker October 8, 1988 (1988-10-08) 103

Fraidy Cat: Garfield watches a horror movie during a thunderstorm while Jon goes out shopping. The electricity goes out and Garfield thinks Jon was captured by a monster.

Shell Shocked Sheldon: Orson and Booker think that it's time for Sheldon to come out of his shell, so Orson sits on him one night. However, a fox comes and kidnaps Sheldon when Orson gets himself a snack.

Nothing to Sneeze At: Jon asks Liz, the vet, out on a date while Garfield has an allergy and is sneezing frequently. Liz thinks Jon is not caring much about him.
"Show 5" Steve Clark, John Sparey, John Walker October 15, 1988 (1988-10-15) 101

Garfield's Moving Experience: Garfield feels mistreated by Jon, so he decides to find himself a new home. A rich girl finds him and takes him to her giant manor.

Wade: You're Afraid: The farm animals think it is a good idea for Orson to hypnotize Wade into being the bravest duck in the world. However, this results in chaos when Wade taunts the farm's bull.

Good Mousekeeping: A mouse named Floyd realizes Garfield does not chase mice, so he informs a mouse clan about the situation. They end up invading the house.

Title Reference: Good Housekeeping
"Show 6" Steve Clark, John Sparey, John Walker October 22, 1988 (1988-10-22) 106

Identity Crisis: Garfield finds Floyd in an alley with a dog being on the run from a dog catcher. The three decide to exchange their animal sounds, and so the dog catcher goes after Garfield.

The Bad Sport: Everyone on the farm except for Roy decides to try a new game that Orson found in a book of group games. Roy decides to replace the rules with his made-up version.

Up a Tree: Nermal visits Garfield's house and Garfield gets jealous of the attention he gets. Garfield therefore decides to climb a tree, but eventually becomes too scared to come back down.
"Show 7" Steve Clark, John Sparey, John Walker October 29, 1988 (1988-10-29) 107

Weighty Problem: Jon buys a new scale, which Garfield tampers with, causing the results to be inaccurate when Jon weighs himself. Jon decides to go on a strict diet and exercise a lot.

The Worm Turns: While showing the viewers around the farm, Orson narrates a story of why Booker stopped chasing worms.

Good Cat, Bad Cat: Jon tells Garfield to leave the mailman alone due to an important package delivery. Garfield's good and evil sides appear and try to get Garfield to do naughty deeds, among them annoying the mailman.
"Show 8" Steve Clark, John Sparey, John Walker November 5, 1988 (1988-11-05) 108

Cabin Fever: Jon, Garfield, and Odie, vacation during the winter in a cabin. While Jon is out to buy groceries, Garfield and Odie are snowed inside the cabin without nourishment. Garfield worries that this could be the end.

Return of Power Pig: Sheldon becomes frightened when Orson tries to read Humpty Dumpty to him. When the event is relayed around the farm, it leads to a rumor of a monster lurking around.

Fair Exchange: Garfield and Jon both have dreams where they switch bodies after they argued earlier that one lives life easier than the other. Both learn that neither side has much of an easier life.
"Show 9" Steve Clark, John Sparey, John Walker November 12, 1988 (1988-11-12) 109

The Binky Show: When Jon's birthday arrives, Garfield panics as he doesn't have any money to get Jon anything. To win Jon a present, Garfield goes on a game show titled "Name That Fish", which is hosted by Binky the Clown.

Keeping Cool: Orson is terrified of the fact that his mean older brothers are visiting him, while Bo tells him not to worry about how they harm him. This is the first appearance of Orson's brothers

Don't Move: Garfield wanders into a fish shop to eat, telling Odie to sit on an X in a circle drawn on the sidewalk and not move. Odie then gets caught by the dog catcher, which results in a long series of events.
"Show 10" Steve Clark, John Sparey, John Walker November 19, 1988 (1988-11-19) 110

Magic Mutt: When Jon is asked to perform a magic show at a children's hospital, he goes to a small emporium. The owner has a dog, which chases Garfield around.

Short Story: Booker is tired of being short, while Orson's brothers try and steal the harvest crop. While the gang is on security duty, Booker is told not to get involved. When the entire gang is trapped, he finds a way to take advantage of his lack of height.

Monday Misery: Anguished over it being Monday, Garfield tries to find a way to avoid dealing with the usual bad luck that happens to him on that day.
"Show 11" Steve Clark, John Sparey, John Walker November 26, 1988 (1988-11-26) 111

Best of Breed: When Garfield gets jealous of Nermal's awards, he enters a cat talent show, where he is coincidentally up against Nermal.

National Tapioca Pudding Day: Roy makes a spring-loaded gift-box of tapioca pudding under the guise of "National Tapioca Pudding Day", a fake holiday where tapioca pudding is given as a gift.

All About Odie: At a university, Garfield presents a documentary-like presentation on Odie.
"Show 12" Steve Clark, John Spearey, John Walker December 3, 1988 (1988-12-03) 112

Caped Avenger: While a cartoon expert comes to review some of Jon's characters, Garfield's alter ego, the Caped Avenger, searches for a missing Pooky.

Shy Fly Guy: During the winter, Wade's cousin Fred Duck visits the farm to ask Wade if they want to fly together, and finds humor in the fact that Wade is afraid to fly. Wade makes a resolution to fly during the end of the winter.

Green Thumbs Down: Jon decides to grow his own food in the garden after noticing the high grocery bills. However, his idea is harder to pull off than it seems.
"Show 13" Steve Clark, John Sparey, John Walker December 10, 1988 (1988-12-10) 113

Forget Me Not: Garfield is hit in the head by a falling pie tin, and suffers from amnesia. His personality is completely reversed. Jon is especially concerned when Garfield asks who everyone is, does not know his own name and even turns down lasagna.

I Like Having You Around!: Orson is writing an extract in his diary, from about two weeks ago, about Bo leaving the farm after fighting with his sister Lanolin. Lanolin doesn't seem concerned, but Orson knows better.

Sales Resistance: Due to Garfield's habit of ordering worthless things from TV infomercials, Jon threatens that if he buys another such item, he will no longer be fed lasagna. After Jon leaves, Garfield orders a supposedly free elephant repeller, which turns out to be one of his biggest mistakes.

Season 2 (1989)[edit]

Starting with this season, the show was expanded to an hour-length format, allowing six episodes to air each week. The closing credits background was changed to feature Garfield's face, between Jon's and Odie's, which are between those of the U.S. Acres characters, against a blue background. Episodes 14–24 can be found on the Garfield and Friends: Volume 1 DVD set, while the rest are on the Garfield and Friends: Volume 2 set. With 26 episodes, this is the longest season of the show.

Episode Directed by Original Airdate Prod. Code
"Show 14" Steve Clark, John Sparey and John Walker September 16, 1989 (1989-09-16) 201

Pest of a Guest: During the winter, a greedy cat that appears to be on his death bed is welcomed into Jon's home. Garfield gets jealous of this intruder, thinking it will ruin his life and pretty soon Jon will throw out Garfield and this new cat as his replacement, and is therefore determined to get rid of him.

The Impractical Joker: Orson fires Roy after he insults all of the animals with a joke book and replaces him with Fred Duck.

Fat and Furry: After Garfield buys a lottery ticket with the number 77777779, the crew win the lottery and become famous. They end up being featured on "Lifestyles of the Fat and Furry". Guest voice of Robin Leach.
"Show 15" Steve Clark, John Sparey and John Walker September 16, 1989 (1989-09-16) 202

Rip Van Kitty: Jon is disappointed on Garfield for messing them or beating them up Nermal and Odie for disturbing Garfield sleep, Jon tells Garfield that he can sleep all he wants. Pleased, Garfield does so and dreams of life 20 years later, but the future doesn't seem to be as pleasant as Garfield thinks.

Grabbity: Roy plays a prank on Wade, who wonders what would happen if the Law of Gravity (or "Grabbity" as Roy pronounced it) was repealed. Cameo appearance of Jon.

The Big Catnap: Jon receives a box of homemade cookies from his mother, and tries to avoid Garfield, who eats them every year they are delivered via elaborate pranks.
"Show 16" Steve Clark, John Sparey and John Walker September 23, 1989 (1989-09-23) 203

The Great Getaway: Jon visits New York City on a weekend away from his cat Garfield, not knowing that Garfield has snuck along. Things get worse when Garfield realizes that Jon's date, a seemingly innocent woman named Roselyn, is a pickpocket.

Scrambled Eggs: Orson narrates a previous event about Sheldon and how he was mistaken for a mother turtle's child (who, like Sheldon, was not hatched yet and has his legs sticking out).

Hansel and Garfield: While Nermal stays for a visit, Garfield tells him his twist of the story of Hansel and Gretel.
"Show 17" Steve Clark, John Sparey and John Walker September 23, 1989 (1989-09-23) 204

The Sludge Monster: Jon, Garfield, and Odie are forced to stay in an old and abandoned hotel after the car breaks down in front of it. There, he tells Garfield and Odie the legend of the Sludge Monster, whom the two eventually believe is real.

Fortune Kooky: Wade becomes superstitious after reading his paper fortunes from Chinese fortune cookies. The worst is being Roy's prank on Wade.

Heatwave Holiday: During an especially hot summer day, Garfield decides to think in cold ways. This eventually develops into a trend throughout the city of decorating for Christmas in the middle of July.
"Show 18" Steve Clark, John Sparey and John Walker September 30, 1989 (1989-09-30) 205

One Good Fern Deserves Another: A nearly blind greenhouse salesman accidentally sells Jon a rare meat-eating fern (after Garfield and Odie destroy all of the ferns in his house). Meanwhile, Garfield tries to watch Attack of the Giant Pod People.

Goody-Go-Round: Bo needs a record player so he can listen to some music, and Orson sets out to find him one for being such a good friend, where a chain reaction is put in effect after the giver wants something in return, with some catastrophic results.

The Black Book: Jon is going on a date with one of his girlfriends, until he thinks that she already has one, so he tells Garfield to hide his black book of women's phone numbers.
"Show 19" Steve Clark, John Sparey and John Walker September 30, 1989 (1989-09-30) 206

The Legend of the Lake: Garfield hosts a tour of the national cat museum where the main attraction is a historical lake and Garfield tells a poem about it.

Double oh Orson: Orson reads a fictional spy story, and his imagination turns him into "Double-oh-Orson", a parody of the James Bond film Thunderball. Also featured are "Pinfeather" (Roy), "W" (Wade), "The Countless Lanolin" (Lanolin), and a frozen Bo. Double-oh-Orson tries to stop the top-secret highly-experimental thermonuclear exploding grelbin device before it's too late.

Health Feud: Garfield takes revenge on a stereotypical TV health/fitness show host when his influence on Jon becomes a threat to Garfield's lifestyle.
"Show 20" Steve Clark, John Sparey and John Walker October 7, 1989 (1989-10-07) 207

Binky Gets Cancelled!: Garfield tells the viewers about a past event where Binky the Clown becomes a handyman after his show is cancelled by low ratings.

Show Stoppers: The Farm animals put on a talent show, where Wade has stage fright. Orson gets it as well when his brothers attend the show.

Cutie and the Beast: Nermal runs away after believing that he is ugly, which is caused by one of Garfield's pranks. Odie is upset and nags Garfield into finding Nermal, which he eventually sets out to do.

Title Reference: Beauty and the Beast (an episode of Animaniacs would later do a Beauty and the Beast parody with the same title.)
"Show 21" Steve Clark, John Sparey and John Walker October 7, 1989 (1989-10-07) 208

The Lasagna Zone: Jon buys a new TV satellite dish, and when Garfield spills lasagna on its surface, he is transported into the TV shows. Cameos of Booker and Sheldon.

Title Reference: The Twilight Zone.

Sleepytime Pig: Orson is tired during the day. Some of the others attempt to help him get rest, while the Sandman's substitute tries to make Orson go to sleep.

Yojumbo: Jon and Liz go on a date where they run into a bully and Jon feels like a wimp. He decides to take karate lessons, so he can stand up to the bully with his skills.
"Show 22" Jeff Hall, Marija Miletic Dail, Norm McCabe, Karen Peterson, Tom Ray, Mitch Schauer October 14, 1989 (1989-10-14) 209

Pros and Cons: After being assigned to buy groceries, Odie is cheated out of his money by an alley cat, who trades an old sock in for Odie's grocery money.

Rooster Revenge: After pulling several pranks on Orson, Roy fears that Orson will pull a revenge prank on him, despite Orson's statement that he would not.

Lights! Camera! Garfield!: Garfield accepts a job as a movie stunt double after he thinks that he will be famous with larger roles.
"Show 23" Jeff Hall, Marija Miletic Dail, Norm McCabe, Karen Peterson, Tom Ray, Mitch Schauer October 14, 1989 (1989-10-14) 210

Polecat Flats: Jon takes Garfield to a dude ranch called "Polecat Flats", where Garfield learns about the ranch life, while wondering what a polecat is (a skunk). First appearance of Cactus Jake. Cameo appearance of Roy.

Hogcules: Orson tells Booker and Sheldon the myth of Hercules. Roy tells him his brothers are coming to visit and then Orson falls asleep, wondering what being Hercules would be like.

Brain Boy: Garfield is framed for destruction by Roscoe, a polite, clever and nerdy son of Jon's cousin Al, who turns out to be two-faced and cruel.
"Show 24" Jeff Hall, Marija Miletic Dail, Norm McCabe, Karen Peterson, Tom Ray, Mitch Schauer October 21, 1989 (1989-10-21) 211

Maine Course: A lady from an aquarium sends Jon an live lobster to cook. Jon, Garfield, and Odie eventually befriend it as a family member and name him Therm.

No Laughing Matter: After Roy annoys the farm animals with a new joke book, aliens who lack a sense of humor visit the farm to destroy comedy. The animals try to stop them with all of Roy's joke books.

Attack of the Mutant Guppies: After hearing Garfield's story on giant radioactive mutant guppies, Nermal gets scared and can't go to sleep. As an apology, Garfield tries to prove to Nermal that his fictional story is false so he can sleep. However, it turns out to be real and he becomes scared as well.

Note: Last episode on the Volume 1 DVD. Also, first Screaming with Binky segment.
"Show 25" Jeff Hall, Marija Miletic Dail, Norm McCabe, Karen Peterson, Tom Ray, Mitch Schauer October 21, 1989 (1989-10-21) 212

Robodie: A mad scientist kidnaps Odie to use him as a model for his cloning machine that makes toy robots. Later, Garfield mistakes one for Odie.

First Aid Wade: After falling off the back of a cow, Wade suffers a leg injury and thinks that Roy and Orson will perform surgery on it due to a misunderstanding.

Video Victim: Garfield and Jon make a bet that if Garfield can stop watching TV for 24 hours, he'll stop using the vacuum, in which annoys Garfield. He then finds it hard to live without viewing programs.

Note: First episode on the Volume 2 DVD.
"Show 26" Jeff Hall, Norm McCabe, Karen Peterson, Tom Ray, Edwin Rehberg, Mitch Schauer October 28, 1989 (1989-10-28) 213

The Curse of the Klopman: Jon's third cousin Norbert has died, and has left the Klopman Diamond in his will, which goes to Garfield. The will warns it has a curse on it, though. Norbert's business partner believes it should go to him and tries to get Garfield to sell him the rare jewel.

Mud Sweet Mud: Everyone in the farm decides to clean up the farm after it looks messy. However, when it comes to Orson's waller, Orson explains to them what it means to him.

Rainy Day Dreams: During a rainy night, Jon has a date at home, despite the fact that his date is a home insurance salesman. Meanwhile, Garfield and Odie use their imaginations for adventures since they are bored.
"Show 27" Jeff Hall, Norm McCabe, Karen Peterson, Tom Ray, Edwin Rehberg, Mitch Schauer October 28, 1989 (1989-10-28) 214

Basket Brawl: Set as a basketball game that mice attend, Jon, Odie, and Nermal attempt to pack a picnic lunch without Garfield devouring the food. Guest voice of Chick Hearn.

Origin of Power Pig: Orson tells Wade the story of how he originated Power Pig, while his brothers get an idea for stealing the harvest crops.

Cactus Jake Rides Again: Jon, Odie, and Garfield invite Cactus Jake to reside at their home temporarily during a rodeo championship, which they find unpleasant.
"Show 28" Jeff Hall, Norm McCabe, Karen Peterson, Tom Ray, Edwin Rehberg, Mitch Schauer November 4, 1989 (1989-11-04) 215

Binky Goes Bad!: Binky is put on trial at court after he is framed for a series of robberies by Stinky Davis, a criminal; the events are narrated in a script Garfield reads.

Barn of Fear: When the barn is filled with their crops, the gang stays at an old abandoned barn. However, chaos ensues when Orson's brothers frighten the gang with spooky tricks.

Mini-Mall Matters: Garfield hosts a factual and educational show about mini-malls and how they are grown, maintained, and their features.
"Show 29" Jeff Hall, Norm McCabe, Karen Peterson, Tom Ray, Edwin Rehberg, Mitch Schauer November 4, 1989 (1989-11-04) 216

Attention-Getting Garfield: Garfield tries to win back public attention after he realizes that Odie gets more attention than he does.

Swine Trek: While resting due to a terrible cold, Orson dreams that he and the gang are part of a galaxy crew called the Swine Trek (parody of Star Trek).

It Must be True!: At the WBOR TV station, Garfield presents a show to a live audience called It Must be True!, where he claims everything stated on television is a true fact.
"Show 30" Jeff Hall, Norm McCabe, Karen Peterson, Tom Ray, Tom Tataranowicz, James T. Walker November 11, 1989 (1989-11-11) 217

Arrivaderci, Odie!: Garfield believes that Jon has gotten rid of Odie after Garfield broke a vase and pinned the blame on Odie. Garfield claims that he won't miss him, but is then unable to get Odie off of his mind. Cameo appearance of Wade and Sheldon.

Gort Goes Good: Orson's brother, Gort, says that he has given up his evil ways and is now on Orson's side. Wade, however, is suspicious of Gort.

Feeling Feline: After hearing a claim on television about pet owners becoming like their pets, Jon and Garfield both dismiss the idea. However, Jon starts to discover that he himself acts like Garfield.
"Show 31" Jeff Hall, Norm McCabe, Karen Peterson, Tom Ray, Tom Tataranowicz, James T. Walker November 11, 1989 (1989-11-11) 218

The Bear Facts: While Jon, Garfield, and Odie camp in the forest (much to Garfield's dismay), a stray dancing bear shows up. Wade makes a cameo appearance.

Nothing to be Afraid of: The farm animals are tired of Wade's phobias, so they try to find something that would not scare him.

The Big Talker: Garfield is furious with Joe Palaver, a loudmouth television host, who hates cats and says they are not useful whatsoever. After finding out that Palaver is superstitious, Garfield carries out revenge. Guest voice of Stanley Ralph Ross.
"Show 32" Jeff Hall, Norm McCabe, Karen Peterson, Tom Ray, Tom Tataranowicz, James T. Walker November 18, 1989 (1989-11-18) 219

Cactus Makes Perfect: Garfield, Jon, and Odie visit Cactus Jake on his ranch. Cactus Jake shares a story about a cat he encountered, which was similar to Garfield.

Hogcules II: Roy tricks Wade into spilling grain from a silo, and Orson ends up trying to clean it up. He later daydreams about Hogcules dealing with a two-headed giant that stole a large birdbath.

Crime and Nourishment: When a picnic basket gets stolen, Garfield goes after it. He stumbles upon a strange community of small green people (similar to the Smurfs), who use food items as currency and eat money.
"Show 33" Jeff Hall, Norm McCabe, Karen Peterson, Tom Ray, Tom Tataranowicz, James T. Walker November 18, 1989 (1989-11-18) 220

T.V. of Tomorrow: After their current set breaks, Jon, Garfield, and Odie go shopping for a new TV, some of which are bizarre, especially a 3D Television. Guest voice of Frank Buxton.

Little Red Riding Egg: After finding a video camera, Orson decides to make a movie with the farm animals adapting Little Red Riding Hood using Sheldon as the title character, while the Fox is searching for nourishment.

Well-Fed Feline: When an activist sees Jon angry at Garfield for eating his lasagna cake (and hearing him say that he'll never feed Garfield again), she threatens to call the police unless Jon feeds Garfield as much as he can.
"Show 34" Vincente Bassols, Jeff Hall, Norm McCabe, Tom Ray, Tom Tataranowicz, James T. Walker November 25, 1989 (1989-11-25) 221

Invasion of the Big Robots: Garfield wakes up one morning and finds himself in a Space Shuttle Launch Site. After a warrior named Starwolf passes by him and makes commands to his fleet, Garfield soon realizes that he is in the wrong cartoon. (A similar plot is used in "Clash of the Titans".)

Shelf Esteem: After Wade crashes into his library, Orson decides to put all of his books away. Lanolin and Roy make a bet to see if Orson would finish the job that day.

Housebreak Hotel: Jon is going out of town and brings Garfield and Odie to Howie's Housebreak Hotel. However, it turns out the place keeps the animals in cages all day long and neglect them. Guest voice of Jesse White.
"Show 35" Vincente Bassols, Jeff Hall, Norm McCabe, Tom Ray, Tom Tataranowicz, James T. Walker November 25, 1989 (1989-11-25) 222

First Class Feline: Jon and Odie see that Garfield has once again stuffed Nermal in a box marked to Abu Dhabi. Jon decides to play a trick on Garfield to teach him a lesson.

Hamelot: When the shower is broken, Orson decides to remedy this by getting an old bucket from the shed. Orson falls and loses consciousness when the pile that he is standing on collapses, leading him to dream of a Camelot-like setting.

How to be Funny!: Garfield gives a lecture on humor and what it means to be funny. He goes into detail on what is funny (silly costumes and gags such as Odie loving Mondays) and what is not funny (pie throwing and silly lighting jokes).
"Show 36" Vincente Bassols, Jeff Hall, Norm McCabe, Tom Ray, Tom Tataranowicz, James T. Walker December 2, 1989 (1989-12-02) 223

Mystic Manor: When Odie wanders into Mystic Manor, Garfield goes to get him back to avoid getting in trouble. Cameos of Orson, Wade, Roy, and Jim Davis.

Flop Goes the Weasel: A weasel is on the farm, lurking around to steal chickens. The farm animals believe Wade is a hero after inadvertently defeating the Weasel, causing Wade to take the fame for granted. First appearance of the Weasel. Cameo appearance of Odie.

The Legend of Long Jon: While visiting Yorktown, Jon discovers that he had an evil pirate ancestor named Long Jon Arbuckle. Guest voice of Shep Menken.
"Show 37" Vincente Bassols, Jeff Hall, Norm McCabe, Tom Ray, Tom Tataranowicz, James T. Walker December 2, 1989 (1989-12-02) 224

China Cat: While visiting China, a waitress at a restaurant tells Jon a legend about an orange cat similar to Garfield, and how it brings bad luck according to a dragon.

Cock-a-Doodle Dandy: Bo tells the viewers (and gets interrupted by those who do not appear in the episode) about Roy, who is being attacked by a sleepy bear when trying to think of a way to make his bugle wake-up call without disturbing the bear.

Beach Blanket Bonzo: Jon tries to impress a girl at the beach. Garfield does not understand how anyone could go crazy over a pretty face until he falls in love with a female cat named Lola.
"Show 38" Carole Beers, Jeff Hall, Norm McCabe, Frank Onaitis, Tom Ray, Tom Tataranowicz, James T. Walker December 16, 1989 (1989-12-16) 225

Lemon-Aid: Jon gets conned by Al Swindler into getting a new car, only to find that it's broken. Swindler then tries to sell Jon his old car back. First appearance of Al Swindler.

Hog Noon: Hammerhead Hog, the pig that bullied Orson back in school, writes him a letter saying that he's coming to settle things with Orson once and for all. Orson prepares for the visit.

Title Reference: High Noon

Video Airlines: Garfield, Jon and Odie try to watch a movie, but the only one on TV is "Kung Fu Creatures on the Rampage 2", which none of them are interested in. They then seek out alternative ways to watch a movie.
"Show 39" Carole Beers, Jeff Hall, Norm McCabe, Frank Onaitis, Tom Ray, Tom Tataranowicz, James T. Walker December 16, 1989 (1989-12-16) 226

The Mail Animal: After the latest prank by Garfield, Jon's mailman, Herman Post, gets fired by the post office chief for being a disgrace and afraid of a cat. To get back his job, Garfield decides to harass the post office chief.

Peanut-Brained Rooster: Orson tells the story of how Roy became obsessed with peanuts. To make matters worse, Orson's brothers steal the peanut crop.

Mummy Dearest: While visiting a museum, Garfield falls down and loses consciousness. He then dreams that he is a cat in ancient Egypt, where someone is trying get rid of him, as he is the good luck charm of the Pharaoh (Jon).

Season 3 (1990)[edit]

In this season, the show switched to its more well-known "We're Ready to Party" theme song, also written by Desiree Goyette, and the only theme song shown in syndication. The new intro used clips from the first two seasons and one from Garfield: His 9 Lives. Episodes 40–48 can be found on the Garfield and Friends: Volume 2 DVD set, while the rest of this season are on the Garfield and Friends: Volume 3 set.

Episode Directed by Original Airdate Prod. Code
"Show 40" Jeff Hall, Norm McCabe, Tom Ray, Tom Tataranowicz September 15, 1990 (1990-09-15) 301

Skyway Robbery: Jon wants to go to Miami, but all of the airlines are too expensive. Al Swindler then manages to con him with a cheap flight with a broken airplane.

The Bunny Rabbits is Coming!: Orson receives a strange message that simply says, "The Bunny Rabbits is Coming!". Wade is terrified of these so called bunny rabbits, while others make note of the message's grammar error.

Close Encounters of the Garfield Kind: An alien crash lands near Garfield's home. Jon thinks the alien is cute, and decides to let the alien stay at his house. Little does he know what this alien is up to.
"Show 41" Jeff Hall, Norm McCabe, Tom Ray, Tom Tataranowicz September 15, 1990 (1990-09-15) 302

Astrocat: Garfield tells Odie the story of his great-uncle Buchanan, the first cat in space.

Cock-A-Doodle Duel: A rooster named Plato moves to the farm and all of the chickens are now in love with Plato, leaving Roy heartbroken. Because of this, Roy decides to move away. Orson is sure that Plato will do a fine job, until the weasel manages to steal the chickens.

Cinderella Cat: After discovering a lost copy of "Cinderella" in the park, Garfield encounters a Fairy Godfather. However, The "Fairy Godfather" steals things that Garfield wishes for so that he can give them to Garfield.
"Show 42" Jeff Hall, Norm McCabe, Tom Ray, Tom Tataranowicz September 22, 1990 (1990-09-22) 303

Ship Shape: Garfield and Jon go on a cruise (Jon goes there for women, Garfield goes for the food). The captain doesn't allow cats on the ship, but Garfield sneaks in anyway. The captain finds out, so Garfield comes up with strategies to keep some distance between him and the captain.

Barn of Fear II: Following the events of the original Barn of Fear, Orson plans to throw a harvest party and even finds some old clothes in the Old Barn for everyone to wear during the party. Wade fears the Old Barn could still be haunted. Meanwhile, Orson's brothers plot to steal the harvest which is in the old barn. Cameo appearance of Garfield.

Break-a-Leg: Garfield and Jon go to a ski resort. Garfield warns Jon that he could get hurt, but Jon does not listen and convinces a girl that he's a great skier and has to prove himself once the lift opens again.
"Show 43" Jeff Hall, Norm McCabe, Tom Ray, Tom Tataranowicz September 22, 1990 (1990-09-22) 304

Twice Told Tale: After an accident which results in the house being filled with yogurt, Garfield and Jon each tell their point of view about how it happened. Each one exaggerates and accuses the other of causing the accident.

Orson Goes On Vacation: When Orson goes on vacation, he leaves Wade in charge. But Wade is uncertain if he can do it, especially when he encounters several problems, among them Orson's brothers and the weasel.

Wedding Bell Blues: When Jon's cousin Marian visits and tells him about her upcoming wedding, Garfield and Odie overhear. Garfield gets confused and think that Marian is marrying Jon, so he does everything to stop the wedding.

Title Reference: The 1960s song of the same name by The Fifth Dimension.
"Show 44" Robert Alvarez, Jeff Hall, Bill Hutten and Tony Love September 29, 1990 (1990-09-29) 305

Clean Sweep: After getting fed up of Odie's resistance to taking baths, Jon buys the "Schlocko Laundro-Mutt", a machine that bathe Odie faster and in a forceful manner. Garfield gets ideas with the machine to have fun at Odie's expense.

Secrets of the Animated Cartoon: Orson explains cartoon physics to the viewers and Wade. The topics include falling, takes (i.e. reactions), and chase scenes.

How the West was Lost: After Cactus Jake is fired from the ranch, Jon tries to find him a new job. However, Jake's cowboy nature gets in the way.
"Show 45" Robert Alvarez, Jeff Hall, Bill Hutten and Tony Love September 29, 1990 (1990-09-29) 306

Binky Gets Cancelled Again!: Due to the lack of educational material in Binky's show, the WBOR manager replaces Binky the Clown with the Buddy Bears. Garfield, not liking the change, plots to get Binky back on the station.

Orson's Diner: Orson decides to make his own restaurant to make money for himself and Wade. But Roy attempts to get free food when Orson makes an offer that if they can't fulfill an order, the customer will get free food for a month.

Flat Tired: Due to Garfield's tiredness, Odie decides to fill him into his own cartoon called "A Witch in Time" while Garfield lies in his bed watching the cartoon. Little does Odie know that he gets himself into trouble when and evil witch turns him into a gerbil.

First Appearance of J.D
"Show 46" Robert Alvarez, Jeff Hall, Bill Hutten and Tony Love October 6, 1990 (1990-10-06) 307

Return of the Buddy Bears: Garfield wrecks the house and Jon tells him to clean it up or no food. He does not seem to have an easy solution until the Buddy Bears show up. Cameo appearance of Sheldon.

Much Ado About Lanolin: Orson puts on a imaginary play called The Taming of the Shrew with an imaginary Lanolin as the Shrew.

Reigning Cats and Dogs: Garfield hosts a show on why cats are better than dogs.
"Show 47" Robert Alvarez, Jeff Hall, Bill Hutten and Tony Love October 6, 1990 (1990-10-06) 308

Fit for a King: Garfield tells the story of "The Royal Appetite" about Jon the Wide, a king who earn his gold by his weight in his kingdom. However, a jealous Duke decides to ruin his life by giving him a fat cat as the king's taster.

Ben Hog: While everyone else is off at the State Fair parade, Orson is guarding the harvest and his brothers distract him with a copy of Ben-Hur.

Dessert in the Desert: After Jon gets a flat tire, Garfield and Odie get lost in the desert and begin to see things that aren't there.
"Show 48" Jeff Hall, Norm McCabe and Tom Ray October 13, 1990 (1990-10-13) 309

Hound of the Arbuckles: When Garfield is unable to watch "The Hound of the Baskervilles", he dozes off and finds himself playing Watson in a dream sequence entitled "The Hound of the Arbuckles".

Read Alert: As Orson reads books, his imagination gets carried away and interferes with Roy and Wade.

Urban Arbuckle: Cactus Jake fixes up Jon with his daughter, Cactus Jackie. While on a dinner date (with Garfield and Cactus Jackie's entire family), Jon struggles to ride a mechanical bull in an attempt to impress Jackie.
"Show 49" Jeff Hall, Norm McCabe and Tom Ray October 13, 1990 (1990-10-13) 310

Odielocks and the Three Cats: While waiting for his microwave lasagna to cool, Garfield decides to tell Odie his version of "Goldilocks and the Three Bears" by changing it to "Odielocks and the Three Cats".

Quack to the Future: Orson yells at Wade after causing to get oil spilled all over him. Orson then feels bad about it and then dreams about having a time machine to see what the future has in store. Cameo appearances of Garfield and Odie. Title Reference: Back to the Future

Beddy Buy: After Garfield breaks his bed, he and Jon go out to buy a new one.
"Show 50" Jeff Hall, Norm McCabe and Tom Ray October 20, 1990 (1990-10-20) 311

Count Lasagna: Jon attempts to pitch a comic book featuring Dracula's cat "Count Lasagna".

Mystery Guest: Roy hosts a gameshow called "Mystery Guest" with a tractor as a prize and Garfield as the mystery guest. Orson's brothers show up to try and steal the tractor. Jon Arbuckle's voice was heard off-camera as a caller.

Rodent Rampage: Floyd's cousin Tyrone visits and is surprised upon discovering Garfield does not chase mice. Once Jon discovers the mice in his house, he tries to get Garfield to chase them away. Guest voice of Jack Riley.
"Show 51" Jeff Hall, Norm McCabe and Tom Ray October 20, 1990 (1990-10-20) 312

The Feline Felon: Jon bakes a pie for a charity bake sale and warns Garfield not to steal the pie, which Garfield does anyway. While falling down a tree with the pie, Garfield fantasizes about being on a TV show called "Wanted: Bad Guys". Guest voice of Bill Woodson.

The Legal Eagle: When Orson finds a book of farm laws, he decides that he should have someone to make sure that these laws are kept. Orson asks Roy to help out, which soon gets out of hand.

The Cactus Saga: Cactus Jake tells Jon and Garfield the story of how he got to be known as Cactus Jake. The flashback sequence features Cactus Jake's Grandpa Jack and his sidekick (resembling Garfield) The Lasagna Kid.
"Show 52" Jeff Hall, Bernard Wolf and Michael Wolf October 27, 1990 (1990-10-27) 313

D.J. Jon: When Jon visits his cousin George, he accepts a job as a disc jockey at a local radio station. The job soon takes over his life, leading him to neglect Garfield and Odie.

Cornfinger: Orson imagines himself as Double Oh Orson to find out where the missing corn may have gotten to.

Five Minute Warning: Jon makes a wager to Garfield that if he can stop eating for 5 minutes to prove Garfield's 'self-control', he will give him the chocolate cake and will do a can-can dance. However this becomes challenging for Garfield.
"Show 53" Jeff Hall, Bernard Wolf and Michael Wolf October 27, 1990 (1990-10-27) 314

Wonderful World: Jon takes Garfield and Odie to an amusement park that they saw in a commercial, only to find out that it has been neglected for years by Al Swindler.

The Orson Awards: The 32nd annual Orson awards ceremony is being held and Orson runs into his brothers where they demand an award or else. Meanwhile, Roy is determined to win an award.

The Garfield Workout: Garfield hosts his own exercise program, contrasting his exercises with a traditional regimen.
"Show 54" Jeff Hall, Bernard Wolf and Michael Wolf November 3, 1990 (1990-11-03) 315

All Things Fat and Small: While on a camping trip, Garfield accidentally falls into a runaway raft and ends up on another part of the campgrounds. He later encounters a bear and raccoon that have been stealing picnic lunches.

Robin Hog: After a walnut fell on his head, Orson fantasizes about becoming Robin Hog; while dreaming, he figures out a way to take back the supply of walnuts that Roy had stolen.

Hare Replacement: Jon is performing a magic act complete with a bunny rabbit. However, the rabbit is getting tired of being part of magic acts and runs away, leaving Jon to put Garfield in a bunny suit as a replacement.
"Show 55" Jeff Hall, Bernard Wolf and Michael Wolf November 10, 1990 (1990-11-10) 316

Stick to It: Annoyed with Odie wanting to persistently fetch a stick, Garfield throws the stick as hard as he can so that Odie will not bring it back. Odie chases the stick to just about every place a dog can go.

Orson in Wonderland: While playing croquet with Lanolin, Orson's croquet ball goes clear into the woods. After he reaches his ball, he drifts off and dreams of himself in an Alice in Wonderland type of setting.

For Cats Only: Garfield shows how cats came to Earth from another planet and are pretending to be pets for humans in order to enslave them.
"Show 56" Robert Alvarez, Max Becraft, Richard Collado, Jeff Hall, Bill Hutten, Tony Love, Mike Stribling and James T. Walker November 17, 1990 (1990-11-17) 317

Mistakes Will Happen: In response letters about mistakes on the show, Garfield tries to convince viewers that his show doesn't have any mistakes. He and Odie watch a cartoon which has a vast number of mistakes. Cameo appearances of Orson, Wade, and Roy.

The Well Dweller: While drilling for water, Orson encounters a strange little creature named Al. Al (and other creatures like him) lives under the ground.

The Wise Man: Jon takes in a Maharishi to give him peace and tranquility, but the Maharishi's idea of peace and tranquility does not sit well with Garfield.
"Show 57" Robert Alvarez, Max Becraft, Richard Collado, Jeff Hall, Bill Hutten, Tony Love, Mike Stribling and James T. Walker November 17, 1990 (1990-11-17) 318

Star Struck: Fed up with being underrepresented in the show, Garfield decides to write his own episode, but the scenarios keep ending the same way: with him eating and sleeping.

Election Daze: The weasel tricks Roy into challenging Orson for barn leadership and rigs the voting booth in his latest attempt to steal the chickens.

Dirty Business: Jon takes Garfield and Odie to visit his cousin Berferd. However, they soon find out that things tend to disappear in Berferd's store.

Note: Last Screaming with Binky segment.

Season 4 (1991)[edit]

For this season, the closing credits background was changed again, this time with the faces of Garfield, Jon, and Odie at the top, and the U.S. Acres characters at the bottom, against a green background. The Syndication package skips episodes 62–67 and 70–73. All episodes of this season except the last one are on the Garfield and Friends: Volume 3 DVD set, with episode 73 starting off the Garfield and Friends: Volume 4 set.

Episode Garfield Episode 1 U.S. Acres Episode Garfield Episode 2 Original Airdate Prod. Code
"Show 58" Moo Cow Mutt Big Bad Buddy Bird Angel Puss September 14, 1991 (1991-09-14) 403

Moo Cow Mutt: Odie thinks he's a cow after Garfield played a trick on him.

Big Bad Buddy Bird: Roy quits the show (with Wade taking his place) and becomes a cast member on The Buddy Bears. He plays Big Bad Buddy Bird, who always disagrees with the gang. But then Roy is constantly crushed by 16-ton safes.

Angel Puss: An angel is assigned to help Odie and Garfield get along. However, he ends up terrifying Garfield. Guest voice of Marvin Kaplan.

Note: Last Orson's Farm quickie.
"Show 59" Trial and Error An Egg-Citing Story Supermarket Mania September 14, 1991 (1991-09-14) 404

Trial and Error: When two mice steal Garfield's blueberry pie, Garfield accuses Odie of stealing it due to supposed evidence. Odie decides to have a trial.

An Egg-Citing Story: Orson gets numerous mail requests on the origin of Sheldon. He tells the story via flashback.

Supermarket Mania: When the Food Monster Supermarket is built across the street, all of the customers of Gramps' general store are taken. The owner of the Food Monster convinces Jon, the best customer at Gramps', to shop at his store.
"Show 60" The Legend of Cactus Jupiter Birthday Boy Roy Jukebox Jon September 21, 1991 (1991-09-21) 401

The Legend of Cactus Jupiter: Cactus Jake tells the story of how one can see into the future by looking into the fire. When Garfield looks into the flames, he sees himself and his friends as space-cowboys of the far future.

Birthday Boy Roy: It's Roy's birthday and everybody on the farm gives him a pocket watch. However, the watch goes missing, among other things around the farm.

Jukebox Jon: Jon wants to work for a man, which he can do if he quits a nail-biting habit. He buys a hypnosis record, but when Garfield replaces the records with learning to speak Spanish and sound effects, Jon learns these skills instead.
"Show 61" Squeak Previews Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Wade A Tall Tale September 21, 1991 (1991-09-21) 402

Squeak Previews: Two mouse movie critics review a movie about mice attempting to steal food.

Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Wade: Wade hypnotizes himself into turning a monster when he hears a bell and back again when he hears it again.

A Tall Tale: Nermal tells his version of Paul Bunyan stories by the director's request. Garfield is unimpressed.
"Show 62" Frankenstein Feline Weatherman Wade Fill-in Feline September 28, 1991 (1991-09-28) 405

Frankenstein Feline: Jon dreams about a Frankenstein monster cat with the stomach of a whale that eats so much the town chases him and his creator out of town.

Weatherman Wade: Orson and the others are tired of the rain after a while, but Wade supposedly stops it with a wish. This becomes a problem later on, as the farm runs out of water.

Fill-in Feline: Nermal replaces Garfield because he's sick, but he thinks Garfield's roles are hard.
"Show 63" Polar Pussycat Over the Rainbow Remote Possibilities September 28, 1991 (1991-09-28) 406

Polar Pussycat: Garfield gets lost at the South Pole when he accidentally gets sent to a plane while he takes a nap.

Over the Rainbow: Roy looks for a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow and winds up participating in a game show called "End Of The Rainbow". Guest voice of Rod Roddy.

Remote Possibilities: Garfield thinks a scientist's experimental remote is the one Jon ordered. Features the first and only cameo appearance of Arlene in the series.
"Show 64" Night of the Living Laundromat Fast Food Cash and Carry October 5, 1991 (1991-10-05) 407

Night of the Living Laundromat: In an episode of "Garfield's Tales of Scary Stuff", Garfield narrates the story of how Jon got a washing machine that eats clothes.

Fast Food: Orson, Wade, Booker, and Roy complain that Bo is a slow cook (e.g: making spaghetti one strand at a time) so Roy decides to create a fast food restaurant called Roy's Rapid Restaurant. However Orson, Wade, and Booker find it too "fast" for them. Garfield makes a cameo.

Cash and Carry: After finding an expensive credit card bill, Jon decides to cut up his credit cards and to buy everything with cash. However, it becomes a hassle later on when Jon tries to buy a new wastebasket. Meanwhile, Garfield and Odie attempt to get a free sample of macaroni.
"Show 65" Speed Trap Flights of Fantasy Castaway Cat October 5, 1991 (1991-10-05) 408

Speed Trap: Jon is given a speeding ticket by a shady police officer after speeding in an 8 MPH zone (according to a fake and very tiny sign). He gets held up when he refuses to pay the ticket.

Flights of Fantasy: Orson convinces Wade to use his imagination and Wade imagines that he is saving the chickens from the weasel – unaware that his imagination is real. But trouble goes on when Roy accidentally kisses a bear.

Castaway Cat: When the cable goes out, Garfield is forced to turn to books for entertainment. Eventually, Garfield becomes so engrossed in the story of Robinson Crusoe that he starts acting out the novel, incorporating Odie, Jon, and the cable guy who came to fix the cable.
"Show 66" Mind over Matter Orson at the Bat The Multiple Choice Cartoon October 12, 1991 (1991-10-12) 409

Mind Over Matter: Jon takes Garfield and Odie to see Swami Pastrami and they run into a woman who swipes Jon's wallet and thus feeds Jon's info to the Swami. The Swami later returns Jon his wallet and also gives Jon a medallion that can supposedly read minds.

Orson at the Bat: While playing baseball, Orson gets hit on the head with a ball and daydreams about being the title character in "Casey At The Bat". Garfield makes a cameo.

The Multiple Choice Cartoon: Garfield gives the audience a unique episode where they can make choices on what happens in the cartoon.
"Show 67" Galactic Gamesman Garfield Sly Spy Guy The Thing That Stayed...Forever! October 12, 1991 (1991-10-12) 410

Galactic Gamesman Garfield: Garfield gets hooked on video games while Jon has appendicitis.

Sly Spy Guy: When Orson is unable to find his spy novel, he imagines that he is Double Oh Orson instead.

The Thing That Stayed...Forever!: Jon's uncle Ed is visiting his house for a while, until Garfield, Jon, and Odie get so fed up with him when he takes over everything that they find a way to get rid of him.
"Show 68" Bouncing Baby Blues The Ugly Duckling Learning Lessons October 19, 1991 (1991-10-19) 411

Bouncing Baby Blues: Garfield and Odie go to the supermarket and accidentally take a baby home.

The Ugly Duckling: Orson tells the story of "The Ugly Duckling", who is Wade with a paper bag over his head, combined with elements of "The Wizard Of Oz". Cameo appearance of Odie.

Learning Lessons: The Network wants the show to be more educational, so the Buddy Bears are instructed to give educational lessons to anything Garfield mentions.
"Show 69" Robodie II For Butter or Worse Annoying Things October 19, 1991 (1991-10-19) 412

Robodie II: Dr. Garbanzo Bean once again makes robotic clones of Odie, with a giant robot dog being accidentally made as well.

For Butter or Worse: Convinced that Roy stole all the butter on the farm (which he did), Orson imagines that he is Power Pig in an effort to prove it.

Annoying Things: Garfield hosts a television show called "Annoying Things" and is under pressure from a bully dog not to say anything unkind about dogs.
"Show 70" Guaranteed Trouble Fan Clubbing A Jarring Experience October 26, 1991 (1991-10-26) 413

Guaranteed Trouble: Garfield, Odie, and Jon buy a new TV off of Madman Murray.

Fan Clubbing: Roy and Wade fight over who should have the barn for their fan club.

A Jarring Experience: A teenage mouse mistakes that Garfield is responsible for his missing mother, no matter how many times Garfield insists that he's innocent. He then sends in an Arnold Schwarzenegger-like mouse to make Garfield admit where his mother is.
"Show 71" The Idol of Id Bedtime Story Blues Mamma Manicotti November 2, 1991 (1991-11-02) 414

The Idol of Id: While touring a museum, Garfield and Odie accidentally touch an idol that exchanges their minds.

Bedtime Story Blues: Orson reads Cinderella to Booker and Sheldon, who keep making changes to the story, much to Orson's dismay.

Mamma Manicotti: Garfield, Odie, and Jon help make Mamma Manicotti famous by proving that one can't duplicate recipes cooked with love.
"Show 72" The Pizza Patrol The Son Also Rises Rolling Romance November 9, 1991 (1991-11-09) 415

The Pizza Patrol: After watching a commercial about a pizza delivering service with a deliver-in-30-minutes-or-else-it's-free guarantee, Garfield takes advantage of the offer. Note: A similar plot was used in one episode in the CGI animated series "The Garfield Show" in 2011.

The Son Also Rises: When his dad visits the farm, Wade tries to prove to him that he's no longer a coward.

Rolling Romance: Jon buys a used car from Madman Murray which comes with a computerized female voice and is attracted to Jon.
"Show 73" The Automated, Animated Adventure It's A Wonderful Wade Truckin' Odie November 9, 1991 (1991-11-09) 416

The Automated, Animated Adventure: Animator Mr. Sprocket uses Garfield to demonstrate computer animation to Jon. Guest voice of Brian Cummings.

It's A Wonderful Wade: Wade is asked to guard the vegetable silo. But when Orson's brothers steal the vegetables, Wade is given trouble by the gang and decides to leave. Later, a guardian angel shows Wade what the farm would be like if he was never born.

Truckin' Odie: Garfield sings about Odie riding with a rookie trucker named Billy Bob (who bears a resemblance to Jon) Cameo appearance of Orson.

Season 5 (1992)[edit]

The syndication package ends at episode 83. All the episodes from the season are included on the Garfield and Friends: Volume 4 DVD set. In the first opening sequence for this season Garfield tells the audience not to waste time checking what was on NBC, since NBC in actuality had stopped broadcasting cartoons.

Episode Garfield Episode 1 U.S. Acres Episode Garfield Episode 2 Original Airdate Prod. Code
"Show 74" Home Away from Home Rainy Day Robot Odie the Amazing September 19, 1992 502

Home Away from Home: Garfield runs away, and is nearly smothered by his new owner, who believes Garfield is her missing cat.

Rainy Day Robot: When Roy has to find water, he buys a robot that can alter any weather. Meanwhile, Orson's brothers try to steal the crop, disguised as a car.

Odie the Amazing: Odie finds a magic wand tossed away by a magician. Garfield and Odie, however, think that it is just another stick.
"Show 75" Taste Makes Waist The Wolf Who Cried Boy Day of Doom September 19, 1992 506

Taste Makes Waist: Jon is tricked into buying (what he thought was) a good, nutritious health food meal package after deciding to go on a diet.

The Wolf Who Cried Boy: A wolf has been lurking around the farm, so Orson informs everyone of a bell system to alert everyone else if the wolf is seen. But Roy gets an idea to perform a practical joke similar to The Boy Who Cried Wolf.

Day of Doom: One Monday Garfield finds a wishing well, so he wishes that Mondays were gone. His wish does come true, but he soon finds out there are many consequences. Guest voice of Charles Aidman.
"Show 76" Home Sweet Swindler Forget-Me-Not Newton The Great Inventor September 26, 1992 501

Home Sweet Swindler: Jon has a leaking problem due to the heavy rain. Swindler decides to con him by a series of fixing and breaking and high bills until Jon accidentally sells his house to him out of rage.

Forget-Me-Not Newton: Wade's dangerously forgetful cousin Newton comes to the farm looking for work. Meanwhile, Roy tries to build a rocket, and Gort tries to steal their tomato crop.

The Great Inventor: Garfield tells the story of a cat in Ancient Rome who helped create lasagna.
"Show 77" Country Cousin The Name Game The Carnival Curse September 26, 1992 504

Country Cousin: In an effort to get married, Jon's never-do-well cousin Roscoe looks for a job. Roscoe is hired to re-shingle the roof, mow the lawn and vacuum the house, but this results in the house being wrecked.

The Name Game: Orson reads Rumplestiltskin to Booker and Sheldon, who (along with Wade and Roy) keep making changes to the story (showing a miller's son instead of a daughter and the title character being a superhero). A similar episode to "Bedtime Story Blues".

The Carnival Curse: After getting her arrested, Garfield is cursed by a fortune teller. Although she claims to be a fraud, the hex is all too real.
"Show 78" The First Annual Garfield Watchers Test Stark Raven Mad The Record Breaker October 3, 1992 503

The First Annual Garfield Watchers Test: Garfield hosts a quiz show while constantly having to deal with an annoying spokesmouse for various commercial products. Guest voice of Dick Tufeld.

Stark Raven Mad: Orson tells his version of Edgar Allan Poe's The Raven entitled The Rooster, which is about the main character (played by Orson) trying to guard his vegetables from the rooster (played by Roy). Meanwhile, Orson's brothers arrive to steal the crops.

The Record Breaker: Jon wants to play records for a woman who showed up at his doorstep, but Garfield and Odie accidentally break his record player. So Jon tries to find a new record player.
"Show 79" Renewed Terror Badtime Story Tooth or Dare October 3, 1992 505

Renewed Terror: After Jon subscribes to a magazine, the magazine salesman begins pestering and stalking him to renew his subscription, constantly lowering the price.

Badtime Story: Orson, too sick to read "Chicken Licken" to Booker and Sheldon, has the rest of the farm try to help. Cameo appearance by Garfield.

Tooth or Dare: A Saber-Toothed Tiger--one that should have been extinct millions of years ago—trades places with an unwittingly involved Garfield.
"Show 80" The Kitty Council The Bo Show Bad Neighbor Policy October 10, 1992 507

The Kitty Council: Garfield is put on trial for being less of a cat.

The Bo Show: After the farm animals (except Bo) are kidnapped by Orson's brothers, Bo has to perform the rest of the episode himself by impersonating everyone.

Bad Neighbor Policy: Garfield's neighbor goes into court to complain about Garfield's constant antics and ends up going mad after seeing Garfield's faces.
"Show 81" Canvas Back 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 October 10, 1992 508

Canvas Back Cat: Finding a new challenger, the Masked Mauler challenges Jon to a wrestling match by making an excuse that Garfield eats his pizzas. It is up to Garfield to save his owner from the wrestler.

Make Believe Moon: Orson imagines Wade, Roy and himself taking a trip to the moon. Meanwhile, two weasels named Waylon and Spence attempt to steal the chickens.

The Creature that Lived in the Refrigerator, Behind the Mayonnaise, Next to the Ketchup and to the Left of the Coleslaw: A creature from the refrigerator, behind the mayonnaise, next to the ketchup, and to the left of the coleslaw comes alive and attempts to attack Jon, Garfield, and Odie. A "Garfield's Tales of Scary Stuff" episode.
"Show 82" Dummy of Danger Sooner or Later Jumping Jon October 17, 1992 511

Dummy of Danger: Jon gets a dummy for an upcoming ventriloquist act. However, Garfield discovers that the dummy is alive and plotting to invade the world and enslave mankind.

Sooner or Later: The wolf tells Roy about procrastination, and Roy spreads the word to the rest of the farm (except Orson) and starts a procrastinators meeting.

Jumping Jon: Garfield hosts a new show about great moments in stupidity after Jon's new idea about taking up skydiving.
"Show 83" Cute for Loot The Caverns of Cocoa Dream Date October 17, 1992 509

Cute for Loot: Garfield uses Nermal's looks to his advantage in an attempt to get food.

The Caverns of Cocoa: Wade, Roy, and Orson discover a mine infested with chocolate—and then find out why it was abandoned. Orson's brothers show up and hope to eat the cocoa for themselves.

Dream Date: Jon goes on a rigged dating show. Garfield tries to ruin the date without telling him the truth so that he's not as hurt. Guest voice of Dick Gautier.
"Show 84" The Worst Pizza in the History of Mankind Jack II: The Rest of the Story The Garfield Opera October 24, 1992 512

The Worst Pizza in the History of Mankind: Garfield tells the story of a terrible pizza-maker who angers all of the townspeople with his bad pizza.

Jack II: The Rest of the Story: Upset with all of the plot-holes in Jack and the Beanstalk, Booker, Sheldon, Wade, and Roy decide to make their own conclusion.

The Garfield Opera: A musical set to Dance of the Hours based on Garfield's overeating habits, including elements from the episodes "Well-Fed Feline" and "Nighty Nightmare". Cameo appearances of Orson and Roy.
"Show 85" Airborne Odie Once Upon a Time Warp Bride and Broom October 24, 1992 510

Airborne Odie: Odie finds a magic lamp inside a small cave at the beach and wishes to be able to fly. Guest voice of Buddy Hackett.

Once Upon a Time Warp: Wade tries to get his five dollars back from Roy (which he owed since 14 years ago). Orson gets fed up and tries to inspire Wade with historical moments.

Bride and Broom: A witch wants to make Jon her husband when her boyfriend ditches him. Garfield and Odie must find the witch's boyfriend before they get married.
"Show 86" The Cartoon Cat Conspiracy Who Done It? The Picnic Panic October 31, 1992 513

The Cartoon Cat Conspiracy: Garfield reveals the injustice cartoon cats must suffer. So he decides to make his own animated feature where he gets his own way.

Who Done It?: Three dogs named Who, What, and Where come to work on the farm. For Roy and Wade, it quickly turns into an Abbott and Costello-type nightmare as they desperately try to figure out their names.

The Picnic Panic: A musical segment finds Garfield trying to keep ants from ruining a picnic prepared by Jon. First appearance of the Ants.
"Show 87" Sound Judgment Gross Encounters The Perils of Penelope October 31, 1992 514

Sound Judgement: When the sound effects supervisor quits, Garfield gives Odie the job of putting sound effects into the show.

Gross Encounters: After Orson reads a book about close encounters, everyone else on the farm gets addicted to aliens. This gives the Wolf an idea to make everyone think there are aliens around, so that he can get the chickens.

The Perils of Penelope: After dumping Brick, Penelope decides to have Garfield as her new boyfriend. However, Garfield is terrified of being near Penelope due to a threat from Brick.
"Show 88" Ghost of a Chance Roy Gets Sacked Revenge of the Living Lunch November 7, 1992 515

Ghost of a Chance: A ghost must prove his worth and scare Garfield. Then his boss finds out why Garfield is so hard to scare. Guest voice of James Earl Jones.

Roy Gets Sacked: Roy quits the show again and returns to the The Buddy Bears (similar to the season 4 episode Big Bad Buddy Bird).

Revenge of the Living Lunch: Another of Garfield's Tales of Scary Stuff, a meteorite (with the power to bring inanimate objects to life) lands on Earth. It is passed on for decades, until it finally reaches the Arbuckle residence.
"Show 89" Supersonic Seymour A Mildly Mental Mix-Up The Garfield Rap November 7, 1992 516

Supersonic Seymour: In an attempt to get organized faster, Jon hires a salesman named Supersonic Seymour, who cons him into doing way too many chores fast. Guest voice of John Moschitta Jr.

A Mildly Mental Mix-Up: A psychiatrist badger named Edward R. Furrow (as in Edward R. Murrow) counsels Wade while the wolf cons Roy into winning a Fiji vacation in an attempt to steal the chickens. First appearance of Edward R. Furrow.

The Garfield Rap: Garfield sends in his music video to "Meow TV", which becomes the top #1 video of the week. Cameo appearance of Roy, who is seen wearing 3D glasses. Pop culture references in the video include Michael Jackson's Black or White (more specifically the changing faces sequence), "Button Your Shorts [Cat]", parachute pants, among others.

Season 6 (1993)[edit]

In honor to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Garfield, CBS aired the sixth season in 1993. For this season, the titles changed at the beginning. Instead of showing clips from only the first two seasons, which is what happened for the last three seasons, the titles included more clips from the fifth season, plus some from this season and one from a second season episode "Health Feud", but still retaining a large amount of the original clips. However, the theme tune remained the same. Episodes 90–96 are available on the Garfield and Friends: Volume 4 DVD set. Episodes 97–105 are available on Garfield and Friends: Volume 5 DVD set.

Episode Garfield Episode 1 U.S. Acres Episode Garfield Episode 2 Original Airdate Prod. Code
"Show 90" A Vacation From His Senses The Incredibly Stupid Swamp Monster Dread Giveaway September 18, 1993 601

A Vacation From His Senses: Garfield manages to force Jon to skip his vacation, but this turns out to be a horrible idea as it works too well (even getting Garfield and Odie involved with chores). Garfield decides to rectify this mistake by tricking Jon into thinking that he has gone crazy due to overwork and needs a vacation.

The Incredibly Stupid Swamp Monster: A giant robot falls into a bunch of mud and is mistaken for a swamp monster. Meanwhile, the weasel once again tries to steal the chickens.

Dread Giveaway: After learning about infomercials, Nermal has a dream that Garfield is giving him away in one.
"Show 91" The Wright Stuff Orson Express Safe at Home September 18, 1993 606

The Wright Stuff: Garfield tells the story of Orville Wright's cat McKinley who really invented the model airplane.

Orson Express: Orson and Booker must get a package to a reclusive Hermit Crabbe by 6:00. Once they arrive at the destination, they have a big, angry dog to contend with.

Safe at Home: After Jon's house has been robbed, a maximum security system has been installed. But when Jon, Garfield and Odie return from a movie, they are trapped outside as they can't enter without a password that they don't know. Guest voice of Don Knotts.
"Show 92" Jon the Barbarian Uncle Roy to the Rescue The Kitten and the Council September 25, 1993 602

Jon the Barbarian: Garfield tells a story about Jon being in love with a bully warrior's wife.

Uncle Roy to the Rescue: Roy's niece Chloe comes to visit. However, Roy seems to prefer going out on a date.

The Kitten and the Council: Nermal is brought before the kitty council on charges of being too cute.
"Show 93" Next-Door Nuisance What's It All About, Wade? Bigfeetz September 25, 1993 605

Next-Door Nuisance: Jon's neighbors moves out due to Garfield's constantly stealing their food. They are replaced by a constantly singing man named Larry Lark. Guest voice of Bill Kirchenbauer.

What's It All About, Wade?: Orson and Roy bring Wade to a professor to discuss all his fears and phobias. However, when Orson and Roy are being chased by wild horses, Wade runs himself out of the cartoon.

Bigfeetz: Jon takes Garfield and Odie on a search for the legendary Bigfeetz in order to collect a $50,000 reward.
"Show 94" Canine Conspiracy Snow Wade and the 77 Dwarfs (Part 1) The Genuine Article October 2, 1993 603

Canine Conspiracy: In an episode of "The Garfield Crime Files", Garfield tells the story of how Odie is framed by finding a purse stolen by another dog.

Snow Wade and the 77 Dwarfs (Part 1): Orson includes the entire farm (including Roy's niece) in a retelling of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, with Wade as Snow White, and Roy as his prince.

The Genuine Article: Garfield encounters a cat named Gabriel who is an exact carbon copy of Garfield. Guest voice of Thom Sharp.
"Show 95" The Best Policy Snow Wade and the 77 Dwarfs (Part 2) Fishy Feline October 2, 1993 604

The Best Policy: When Jon's car gets wrecked, he gets taken for a ride by both the auto repairman and his insurance agent.

Snow Wade and the 77 Dwarfs (Part 2): Conclusion. As the Queen (Lanolin) attacks, everyone else is in a dispute in over who should have to kiss Wade.

Fishy Feline: Garfield is stuck in a dream purgatory, as a catfish.
"Show 96" The Pie-Eyed Piper Fine-Feathered Funny Man Sweet Tweet Treat October 9, 1993 607

The Pie-Eyed Piper: Garfield tells his version of story of the Pied Piper.

Fine-Feathered Funny Man: Roy tells everyone why he is giving up practical joking, then tries to resist doing any more pranks.

Sweet Tweet Treat: Garfield finally eats a bird (or so he thinks) and feels guilty about it, while the bird's father looks for him.
"Show 97" The Floyd Story How Now, Stolen Cow? The Second Penelope Episode October 9, 1993 608

The Floyd Story: Floyd's wife demands that he ask Garfield for more airtime. Meanwhile, Jon's pushy Aunt Prunella visits and Garfield attempts to get rid of her.

How Now, Stolen Cow?: Orson discovers that the barnyard cow has been stolen and he and Bo play detectives in an attempt to solve the case.

The Second Penelope Episode: Penelope becomes jealous when Garfield starts seeing another female cat.
"Show 98" Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Mouse Payday Mayday How to Drive Humans Crazy October 16, 1993 609

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Mouse: In the only "Tales From The Microwave" segment, Garfield tells the story about Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde with a mouse. Guest voice of Paxton Whitehead.

Payday Mayday: A sly fox invades the farm on payday and swindles everyone, while Roy is banished from the farm due to his own prank.

How to Drive Humans Crazy: Garfield gives an orientation to 4 week old kittens on how to drive humans crazy.
"Show 99" Date of Disaster A Little Time-Off The Longest Doze October 16, 1993 610

Date of Disaster: A young woman named Monica asks Jon out in an attempt to get back at her tough-guy father, who disapproves of her preppie boyfriend.

A Little Time-Off: Lanolin has been overworked and crabby lately, so Orson treats her to a pretend vacation but she is reluctant to play along.

The Longest Doze: Garfield tries to beat Rip Van Krellman's record for the world's longest nap so he can win $1,000 and get in the Gazorninplat Book of World Records.
"Show 100" Stairway to Stardom Return of the Incredibly Stupid Swamp Monster The Life and Times of the Lasagna Kid October 23, 1993 611

Stairway to Stardom: While at a ritzy restaurant waiting to be served, Garfield tells Odie the story of how Garfield was once part of a comedic duo. Guest voice of John Byner.

Return of the Incredibly Stupid Swamp Monster: The swamp monster robot returns, while its owner looks for it.

The Life and Times of the Lasagna Kid: An Old West tale featuring Garfield as the Lasagna Kid who must save a kidnapped damsel named Miss Mona. Cameo appearances of Orson, Roy and Wade.
"Show 101" Magic, Monsters and Manicotti The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere's Duck Unreal Estate October 23, 1993 612

Magic, Monsters, and Manicotti: Jon dreams about himself playing "Magic and Monsters", where he tries to recover the bottomless wallet.

The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere's Duck: When Roy feels like Wade has gotten more credit on the show than him, he creates a poem involving Wade to get attention. Cameo appearance by Garfield.

Unreal Estate: Jon decides to buy a cheap house for their retreat from a real estate agent named Samuel Escrow. However, they end up in a haunted house.
"Show 102" Lost and Foundling Winter Wonderland Films and Felines October 30, 1993 613

Lost and Foundling: While playing hide and seek, Odie winds up with a little girl named Becky, who wants a dog despite her father not allowing dogs.

Winter Wonderland: To keep cool in 10 degree weather, Orson uses imagination by reading books about swimming at the beach.

Films and Felines: Garfield tells the story of cats in films. However, his claims come under scrutiny from Edna W. Fakchecker.
"Show 103" The Garfield Musical Mind Over Melvin Madman Meets His Match October 30, 1993 615

The Garfield Musical: A musical about Penelope falling in love with a rock and roll cat.

Mind Over Melvin: Orson meets an alien named Melvin who gives him a mind-reading power. To test it, Orson goes on Roy's game show "You Can't Win".

Madman Meets His Match: Demented Dave, a salesman similar to Madman Murray, has a fight with Murray over whom Jon should buy from. Guest voice of Rip Taylor.
"Show 104" Knights and Daze Holiday Happening Jailbird Jon November 6, 1993 614

Knights and Daze: Jon writes a letter requesting tickets for him and his girlfriend to a taping of "National Knights". However, his letter accidentally winds up in a file requesting to challenge a knight named Boulder to a battle.

Holiday Happening: Wade gets upset at Roy for chasing him with 37 lemon meringue pies because of national "Hit a Duck in the Face with a Lemon Meringue Pie" Day, so Wade creates his own holiday to get revenge.

Jailbird Jon: While visiting a prison to lecture inmates on cartooning, a fellow inmate locks Jon in a closet and swaps clothes- and places- with him.
"Show 105" The Third Penelope Episode Hare Force Garfield's Garbage Can and Tin Pan Alley Revue November 6, 1993 616

The Third Penelope Episode: Garfield and Penelope imagine what their lives would be like if they were married.

Hare Force: Orson, Booker, and Sheldon re-imagine Aesop's The Tortoise and the Hare as a science fiction epic.

Garfield's Garbage Can and Tin Pan Alley Revue: Garfield and Floyd entertain the neighborhood pets with a revue show (with some assistance from Odie and Nermal). However, Garfield's antics are keeping Jon awake.

Note: Both the title card and DVD subtitles incorrectly call this type of show a review.

Season 7 (1994)[edit]

In this season, the show went back to airing one new episode a week, but stayed in the hour-length format, filling up the second half-hour with episodes from previous seasons and some of the prime-time specials from the 1980s. This entire season, along with the second half of season 6, is available on Garfield and Friends: Volume 5 DVD set. Also worth noting is that here, a new theme song was added that was written by J.R. Johnston and Neil Panton. The theme was sung by J.R. Johnston. This theme song was not shown internationally, and as a result, it does not appear on the DVDs (although Garfield's quotations are kept intact). This new introduction sequence used most clips from Seasons 5-7 and a few from the first two seasons, as well as Garfield in Paradise and Garfield's Feline Fantasies. The episodes stopped using a few seconds of the theme playing in the episode title cards after season seven's fourth episode; music from the episodes were used in the title cards until the show ended, even though season six used music from some of their episodes.

Episode Garfield Episode 1 U.S. Acres Episode Garfield Episode 2 Original Airdate Prod. Code
"Show 106" The Legend Of Johnny Ragweedseed Grape Expectations (Part 1) Catch As Cats Can't September 17, 1994 702

The Legend Of Johnny Ragweedseed: A spoof of Johnny Appleseed, Jon plants ragweed which makes people sneeze. A country singer narrates the story, which annoys Garfield.

Grape Expectations (Part 1): Roy is forced to guard the fruit in the barn, due to the big Cock-A-Doodle coming to check on Roy. When Wade eats a grape, Roy panics and buys a replacement grape at the supermarket, only to be stuck in a long line-up at the check-out. However, Roy does not notice the one Booker ate.

Catch As Cats Can't: When a rival cat named Gunther kidnaps Ludlow and attempts to eat him, it's up to Garfield to save the day.
"Show 107" A Matter Of Conscience Grape Expectations (Part 2) Top Ten September 17, 1994 703

A Matter Of Conscience: A cricket agrees to be Garfield's conscience to help keep him out of trouble. But the cricket ends up getting Garfield in more trouble.

Grape Expectations (Part 2): Following Part 1, The Big Cock-A-Doodle puts Roy on trial for being a bad rooster. Roy is surprised that he has ended up on trial over one missing grape. Meanwhile, the other farm animals head over to clear Roy's name over the grape incident.

Top Ten: Garfield compiles top ten lists as Jon heads out for a date and a robber attempts to clean out the Arbuckle house.
"Show 108" Change Of Mind Temp Trouble The Perfect Match September 24, 1994 701

Change Of Mind: Nermal and Garfield switch personalities for a day to see what it's like being each other. Nermal becomes a fat, lazy grown cat, while Garfield is a cute kitten whom Nermal tries to send to Abu Dhabi.

Temp Trouble: Orson goes on vacation and hires his cousin Aloysius to take his place. However, he gives Roy and Wade a hard time, handing out demerits over any offenses they make. First appearance of Aloysius Pig. Guest voice of Kevin Meaney.

The Perfect Match: Jon finds his ideal match, Jane Arbinkle, a female Jon. Nevertheless, they may not be meant for each other. Guest voice of Sheryl Bernstein.
"Show 109" My Fair Feline Double Trouble Talk Half-Baked Alaska September 24, 1994 704

My Fair Feline: In a parody of Pygmalion, Garfield gets kicked out of the house and wanders into an alley where an animal trainer makes a bet with a friend about on being able to train an alley cat. When the trainer finds Garfield, he tries to train him into a proper cat. Guest voice of Harvey Korman.

Double Trouble Talk: Roy thinks he is doing too much work on the farm. When he meets a salesman from a double talk school, he buys a CD that teaches him how to keep Orson and Lanolin from making him do work.

Half-Baked Alaska: Jon has a job offer in Alaska that Garfield and Odie aren't thrilled about, so they hire the cricket conscience to give Jon bad advice.

Note: This is the last episode of the series to officially use a few seconds of the theme song playing in the title cards; the rest of the series used music from the episodes in the title cards.
"Show 110" Puss In High-Tops Egg Over Easy (Part 1) The Beast From Beyond October 1, 1994 705

Puss In High-Tops: Garfield tells his rendition of the classic Puss In Boots fairy tale.

Egg Over Easy (Part 1): Orson and Bo tell a story about Wade, who became inspired by Sheldon to live life in an egg shell.

The Beast From Beyond: When a dinosaur awakens in the present day, he plots to take over humanity with a Barney-type of TV show.
"Show 111" Model Behavior Egg Over Easy (Part 2) Another Ant Episode October 1, 1994 706

Model Behavior: Jon is on a date with a supermodel, who really just wants Garfield. Guest voice of Tracy Scoggins.

Egg Over Easy (Part 2): Orson and Bo (now along with Roy) continue the story where they left off: Wade, still in his egg shell, is held captive by the Weasel.

Another Ant Episode: The singing ants from "The Picnic Panic" return. This time, they invade Garfield's house.
"Show 112" The Guy of Her Dreams The Discount of Monte Cristo The Fairy Dogmother October 8, 1994 707

The Guy of Her Dreams: Penelope gets upset about having to always watch Garfield eat in her pizzeria on their dates. She then fantasizes about him being an interesting guy.

The Discount of Monte Cristo: Orson reads the story of "The Count of Monte Cristo", but Aloysius warns that it is a very expensive story.

The Fairy Dogmother: In a Cinderella-esque tale, Garfield narrates the story of a Fairy Godmother named Esmeralda. Esmeralda grants Odie a wish to attend the Hound Dog Harvest Ball, where trouble emerges.
"Show 113" The Stand-Up Mouse Daydream Doctor Happy Garfield Day October 8, 1994 708

The Stand-Up Mouse: A mouse named Myron moves in the Arbuckle house after Floyd leaves. When Myron finds out that Garfield doesn't chase mice, he figures he can easily use Garfield for stand-up material. Guest voice of Rick Ducommun.

Daydream Doctor: After thinking he's too busy reading books and not guarding the chickens from the weasel, Orson asks Edward R. Furrow for advice. Cameo Appearance of Garfield.

Happy Garfield Day: Jon discovers that Garfield's birthday is coming up, with the whole world reminding him. Cameo appearances of Orson, Roy, Wade and Sheldon.
"Show 114" Sit on It Kiddy Korner Brainwave Broadcast October 15, 1994 709

Sit on It: Garfield sits on a book that Jon is reading and refuses to move, no matter what Jon does to get him to move.

Kiddie Korner: Aloysius Pig, part of the Network, forces Orson, Roy, Wade, and Lanolin to perform nursery rhymes, but is bothered by the content used in the stories. Last appearance of Aloysius Pig (but according to Mark Evanier, he was to show up in a fourth episode[citation needed]). Odie makes a cameo appearance.

Brainwave Broadcast: Garfield explains how humans in-universe and in real life can hear animal thoughts as if they were conversing normally.
"Show 115" Suburban Jungle The Thing in the Box The Feline Philosopher October 22, 1994 710

Suburban Jungle: Jon's teenage niece is a valley girl, who sneaks off to the mall.

The Thing in the Box: Everyone wonders what's in a box addressed to Bo. Cameo appearances of Nermal and Garfield.

The Feline Philosopher: A feline philosopher talks Garfield into stealing pie. Last appearance of Binky the Clown.
"Show 116" Thoroughly Mixed-Up Mouse The Old Man of the Mountain Food Fighter October 29, 1994 711

Thoroughly Mixed-Up Mouse: Garfield motivates Floyd's friend, Irwin, into thinking he's a cat. Guest voice of Arnold Stang.

The Old Man of the Mountain: When Wade finds Gort sleeping in his bed, he seeks advice to get Gort out of his home. (Gort appears for the second time with white eyes instead of yellow.)

Food Fighter: Jon is hired to cook for a heavyweight champion. Guest voice of George Foreman.
"Show 117" The Jelly Roger The Farmyard Feline Philosopher Dogmother 2 November 5, 1994 712

The Jelly Roger: A modern day pirate steals food.

The Farmyard Feline Philosopher: The sequel to the Garfield original now has him on the US Acres farm, where he gives Orson, Roy, Wade, and the Weasel advice.

Dogmother 2: The fairy dogmother is assigned to grant Garfield's wish of teaching Rudy a lesson for scaring Garfield. Since she forgets his wish, she decides to grant every wish from Garfield, Odie, and Jon.
"Show 118" Alley Katta and the 40 Thieves If It's Tuesday This Must Be Alpha Centauri Clash of the Titans November 19, 1994 713

Alley Katta and the 40 Thieves: Garfield tells the story of the 40 thieves with his own twist. Guest voice of Bill Saluga.

If It's Tuesday This Must Be Alpha Centauri: Orson and the gang take a pretend trip to various planets. Meanwhile, Orson's brothers yet again try to steal their vegetables.

Clash of the Titans: Garfield finds himself in the wrong cartoon again, this time an X-Men spoof. Garfield's new friends help Jon out of a conniving sleazy salesman's grasp. (Note: The plot is very similar to that of the earlier episode "Invasion of the Big Robots".) Guest voices: Mark Hamill and Sharon Mack.
"Show 119" Canned Laughter Deja Vu The Man Who Hated Cats November 26, 1994 714

Canned Laughter: Jon builds his own comedy robot out of his old refrigerator. It ends up going wild around the house.

Deja Vu: Orson, Roy, Wade, and the Weasel keep getting stuck in what they have done before. Meanwhile, Wade begins to have trouble pronouncing the weasel's name. Last appearance of the Weasel.

The Man Who Hated Cats: Jon gets a new neighbor, named Theodore Block, who detests cats. Garfield tries to figure out the reason behind the man's hatred. Guest voice of George Hearn.
"Show 120" The Horror Hostess (Part 1) Newsworthy Wade The Horror Hostess (Part 2) December 3, 1994 716

The Horror Hostess (Part 1): When Jon gets a crush on horror movie hostess Vivacia, Garfield and Odie give him an opportunity to date her. However, there's more to Vivacia than meets the eye. Guest voices: Brinke Stevens and Don Messick.

Newsworthy Wade: Wade appears on a TV news show, in spite of his fear. Guest voice of Shelley Berman.

The Horror Hostess (Part 2): Garfield and Odie head out to rescue Jon (along with other men) from Vivacia and various horror creatures. But first they have Spot the dragon to deal with. Guest voices: Brinke Stevens and Don Messick.
"Show 121" Arbuckle the Invincible The Monster Who Couldn't Scare Anybody The Ocean Blue December 10, 1994 715

Arbuckle the Invincible: An alien spaceship's force field sphere lands in Jon's back pocket. This makes Jon invincible as long as he has the sphere in his possession.

The Monster Who Couldn't Scare Anybody: Orson tells Booker and Sheldon the story of a young monster having difficulty in scaring anyone.

The Ocean Blue: Told in song, the gang vacations at the beach, where they wind up in trouble during a shark encounter. This is the series finale

Note: Last Garfield quickie.