Garfield and Friends (1988–1995)
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Pest of a Guest/U.S. Acres: The Impractical Joker/Fat & Furry 

Pest of a Guest: Jon takes in a starving cat who more than happily makes himself at home at Garfield's expense. The Impractical Joker: Roy gets on everybody's nerves with his humorless ... See full summary »

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Pest of a Guest: Jon takes in a starving cat who more than happily makes himself at home at Garfield's expense. The Impractical Joker: Roy gets on everybody's nerves with his humorless jokes and Orson fires him. Fat & Furry: Garfield buys a lottery ticket at the store which winds up winning them millions of dollars. Written by Novastar_6

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16 September 1989 (USA)  »

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Garfield: [to the 3 bag boys sacking his groceries] Step on it, men, and don't put the watermelons on top of the potato chips like last time.
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Live it up, Garfield!
20 July 2016 | by (victoria b.c canada) – See all my reviews

We start with a Garfield quickie. Jon thinks Garfield is playing a game of charades, but in reality, Garfield is just trying to tell him he's standing in Garfield's food. Jon thinks it's all a game and continues playing. This one was cute.

"Pest of a Guest"

Jon takes in a scheming cat who fakes being unwell. He steals all of Garfield's food and gets all the attention. Not to be outdone, Garfield quickly decides he must get rid of the cat by revising Jon's recipe. This was pretty enjoyable. It's not often you see Garfield being outdone by somebody else other than Nermal. It was like looking in a mirror. The way Garfield gets revenge on the cat is brilliant.

"Fat & Furry"

Jon is fed up of Garfield spending too much money on food. Garfield buys a lottery ticket in hopes of changing everything. Garfield ends up winning the lottery, and he and Jon become rich. Now, Garfield can have all the food he wants. This one is a bit ridiculous, but still funny. It was interesting to watch Garfield and Jon adjust to being rich. Of course, Garfield loves every second of it. Odie seemed indifferent about everything. The ending is well done as well. Rich or not, Garfield still loves his microwave lasagna!

7/10


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