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* RunningGag:
** ''Splut!''; the Klopman Diamond.

to:

* RunningGag:
**
RunningGag: ''Splut!''; the Klopman Diamond.



* StandardSnippet:
** Orson's Brothers onscreen would always have "In The Hall of the Mountain King" as their theme, usually performed by a lazy-sounding tuba. "Mountain King" also gets used whenever a character is stealing or otherwise engaged in shifty behavior. Likewise, Odie's presence was often accompanied with the fox hunt call. Finally, a recurring MadScientist character had "Did you Ever See a Lassie?" as his theme.

to:

* StandardSnippet:
**
StandardSnippet: Orson's Brothers onscreen would always have "In The Hall of the Mountain King" as their theme, usually performed by a lazy-sounding tuba. "Mountain King" also gets used whenever a character is stealing or otherwise engaged in shifty behavior. Likewise, Odie's presence was often accompanied with the fox hunt call. Finally, a recurring MadScientist character had "Did you Ever See a Lassie?" as his theme.



* TrademarkFavoriteFood:
** Garfield loves lasagna.

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* TrademarkFavoriteFood:
**
TrademarkFavoriteFood: Garfield loves lasagna.



* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking:
** In "Airborne Odie", when Garfield was describing what he could wish for with the magic lamp he and Odie found:

to:

* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking:
**
ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: In "Airborne Odie", when Garfield was describing what he could wish for with the magic lamp he and Odie found:



* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever:
** One episode features Garfield eating so much that he grows into giant size. Naturally, it's AllJustADream - Garfield even says so in the middle of the episode, before he wakes up.

to:

* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever:
**
AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: One episode features Garfield eating so much that he grows into giant size. Naturally, it's AllJustADream - Garfield even says so in the middle of the episode, before he wakes up.



* BirthdayEpisode:
** "The Binky Show" is about Garfield trying to get Jon a present on his birthday.

to:

* BirthdayEpisode:
**
BirthdayEpisode: "The Binky Show" is about Garfield trying to get Jon a present on his birthday.



* CanonForeigner:
** Floyd the mouse, replacing Squeak, an infrequently-appearing character in the comic. His attempts to get more appearances per season are a RunningGag.

to:

* CanonForeigner:
**
CanonForeigner: Floyd the mouse, replacing Squeak, an infrequently-appearing character in the comic. His attempts to get more appearances per season are a RunningGag.



* ComicallyMissingThePoint:
** After another iteration of the RunningGag where Garfield tries to get rid of Nermal:

to:

* ComicallyMissingThePoint:
**
ComicallyMissingThePoint: After another iteration of the RunningGag where Garfield tries to get rid of Nermal:



* FreakyFridayFlip:
** Garfield and Odie in "The Idol Of Id".

to:

* FreakyFridayFlip:
**
FreakyFridayFlip: Garfield and Odie in "The Idol Of Id".



* KarmaHoudini: Just like in the comic strip, Garfield. About one third of the time, any trick he plays backfires miserably, though.

to:

* KarmaHoudini: Just like in the comic strip, Garfield. Garfield.
**
About one third of the time, any trick he plays backfires miserably, though.



* MeatOVision:
** The life-boat sequence in "Box o' Fun".

to:

* MeatOVision:
**
MeatOVision: The life-boat sequence in "Box o' Fun".



* NewsMonopoly:
** "Hansel and Garfield": not news, but daytime TV - there's a SoapOpera on every channel, all playing essentially the same scene.

to:

* NewsMonopoly:
**
NewsMonopoly: "Hansel and Garfield": not news, but daytime TV - there's a SoapOpera on every channel, all playing essentially the same scene.



* OffModel:
** Viciously parodied in "Mistakes Will Happen", where the animation goes off-model on purpose while Garfield "reviews" the episode in search of mistakes. Even though there are many blatantly obvious ones (e.g. a misspelled title card which has Garfield's face on Odie's body), the only three he points out aren't really "mistakes".

to:

* OffModel:
**
OffModel: Viciously parodied in "Mistakes Will Happen", where the animation goes off-model on purpose while Garfield "reviews" the episode in search of mistakes. Even though there are many blatantly obvious ones (e.g. a misspelled title card which has Garfield's face on Odie's body), the only three he points out aren't really "mistakes".



* OrWasItADream:
** Subverted in "Rip Van Kitty," when Jon hands Garfield a small pill after saying it's lunchtime (Garfield had dreamed that he was visiting the future, when all food was processed into similar pills). The cat runs off panicking to find a cheeseburger, and Jon reveals that the pill is just a vitamin.

to:

* OrWasItADream:
**
OrWasItADream: Subverted in "Rip Van Kitty," when Jon hands Garfield a small pill after saying it's lunchtime (Garfield had dreamed that he was visiting the future, when all food was processed into similar pills). The cat runs off panicking to find a cheeseburger, and Jon reveals that the pill is just a vitamin.



* RunningGag:
** Nermal getting sent to Abu Dhabi, as explained [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GM9-iKa2TE8 here (skip to 2:15)]].

to:

* RunningGag:
**
RunningGag: Nermal getting sent to Abu Dhabi, as explained [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GM9-iKa2TE8 here (skip to 2:15)]].



* SelfDeprecation:
** Garfield himself does this a few times, in-universe.

to:

* SelfDeprecation:
**
SelfDeprecation: Garfield himself does this a few times, in-universe.



* ShesAManInJapan: Two instances with Nermal.
** Spanish-language dubs originally referred to Nermal (whom, for some reason, was {{Dub Name|Change}}d "Telma") as ''gatita'', the word for a female kitten, and had a feminine voice. Later episodes finally get his name right and his voice becomes a little more androgynous, but they were still inconsistent with his gender.

to:

* ShesAManInJapan: Two instances with Nermal.
**
Spanish-language dubs originally referred to Nermal (whom, for some reason, was {{Dub Name|Change}}d "Telma") as ''gatita'', the word for a female kitten, and had a feminine voice. Later episodes finally get his name right and his voice becomes a little more androgynous, but they were still inconsistent with his gender.



* ShootTheTelevision:
** The episode "Renewed Terror" has Jon watching The Buddy Bears on TV, when the magazine subscription guy he's been trying to avoid all day interrupts the show, saying the price of the magazine Jon signed up for (to try to get rid of the guy) has been lowered to 40 cents an issue. Jon is so terrified he throws his shoe at the TV, effectively breaking it.

to:

* ShootTheTelevision:
**
ShootTheTelevision: The episode "Renewed Terror" has Jon watching The Buddy Bears on TV, when the magazine subscription guy he's been trying to avoid all day interrupts the show, saying the price of the magazine Jon signed up for (to try to get rid of the guy) has been lowered to 40 cents an issue. Jon is so terrified he throws his shoe at the TV, effectively breaking it.



* StylisticSuck:
** The art quality during one of the Screaming with Binky segments took a turn for the worse when [[NoIndoorVoice Binky's yelling]] [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall disrupted the animator]].

to:

* StylisticSuck:
**
StylisticSuck: The art quality during one of the Screaming with Binky segments took a turn for the worse when [[NoIndoorVoice Binky's yelling]] [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall disrupted the animator]].
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* RunningGag:
** ''Splut!''; the Klopman Diamond.

to:

* RunningGag:
**
RunningGag: ''Splut!''; the Klopman Diamond.



* StandardSnippet:
** Orson's Brothers onscreen would always have "In The Hall of the Mountain King" as their theme, usually performed by a lazy-sounding tuba. "Mountain King" also gets used whenever a character is stealing or otherwise engaged in shifty behavior. Likewise, Odie's presence was often accompanied with the fox hunt call. Finally, a recurring MadScientist character had "Did you Ever See a Lassie?" as his theme.

to:

* StandardSnippet:
**
StandardSnippet: Orson's Brothers onscreen would always have "In The Hall of the Mountain King" as their theme, usually performed by a lazy-sounding tuba. "Mountain King" also gets used whenever a character is stealing or otherwise engaged in shifty behavior. Likewise, Odie's presence was often accompanied with the fox hunt call. Finally, a recurring MadScientist character had "Did you Ever See a Lassie?" as his theme.



* TrademarkFavoriteFood:
** Garfield loves lasagna.

to:

* TrademarkFavoriteFood:
**
TrademarkFavoriteFood: Garfield loves lasagna.



* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking:
** In "Airborne Odie", when Garfield was describing what he could wish for with the magic lamp he and Odie found:

to:

* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking:
**
ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: In "Airborne Odie", when Garfield was describing what he could wish for with the magic lamp he and Odie found:



* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever:
** One episode features Garfield eating so much that he grows into giant size. Naturally, it's AllJustADream - Garfield even says so in the middle of the episode, before he wakes up.

to:

* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever:
**
AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: One episode features Garfield eating so much that he grows into giant size. Naturally, it's AllJustADream - Garfield even says so in the middle of the episode, before he wakes up.



* BirthdayEpisode:
** "The Binky Show" is about Garfield trying to get Jon a present on his birthday.

to:

* BirthdayEpisode:
**
BirthdayEpisode: "The Binky Show" is about Garfield trying to get Jon a present on his birthday.



* CanonForeigner:
** Floyd the mouse, replacing Squeak, an infrequently-appearing character in the comic. His attempts to get more appearances per season are a RunningGag.

to:

* CanonForeigner:
**
CanonForeigner: Floyd the mouse, replacing Squeak, an infrequently-appearing character in the comic. His attempts to get more appearances per season are a RunningGag.



* ComicallyMissingThePoint:
** After another iteration of the RunningGag where Garfield tries to get rid of Nermal:

to:

* ComicallyMissingThePoint:
**
ComicallyMissingThePoint: After another iteration of the RunningGag where Garfield tries to get rid of Nermal:



* FreakyFridayFlip:
** Garfield and Odie in "The Idol Of Id".

to:

* FreakyFridayFlip:
**
FreakyFridayFlip: Garfield and Odie in "The Idol Of Id".



* KarmaHoudini: Just like in the comic strip, Garfield. About one third of the time, any trick he plays backfires miserably, though.

to:

* KarmaHoudini: Just like in the comic strip, Garfield. Garfield.
**
About one third of the time, any trick he plays backfires miserably, though.



* MeatOVision:
** The life-boat sequence in "Box o' Fun".

to:

* MeatOVision:
**
MeatOVision: The life-boat sequence in "Box o' Fun".



* NewsMonopoly:
** "Hansel and Garfield": not news, but daytime TV - there's a SoapOpera on every channel, all playing essentially the same scene.

to:

* NewsMonopoly:
**
NewsMonopoly: "Hansel and Garfield": not news, but daytime TV - there's a SoapOpera on every channel, all playing essentially the same scene.



* OffModel:
** Viciously parodied in "Mistakes Will Happen", where the animation goes off-model on purpose while Garfield "reviews" the episode in search of mistakes. Even though there are many blatantly obvious ones (e.g. a misspelled title card which has Garfield's face on Odie's body), the only three he points out aren't really "mistakes".

to:

* OffModel:
**
OffModel: Viciously parodied in "Mistakes Will Happen", where the animation goes off-model on purpose while Garfield "reviews" the episode in search of mistakes. Even though there are many blatantly obvious ones (e.g. a misspelled title card which has Garfield's face on Odie's body), the only three he points out aren't really "mistakes".



* OrWasItADream:
** Subverted in "Rip Van Kitty," when Jon hands Garfield a small pill after saying it's lunchtime (Garfield had dreamed that he was visiting the future, when all food was processed into similar pills). The cat runs off panicking to find a cheeseburger, and Jon reveals that the pill is just a vitamin.

to:

* OrWasItADream:
**
OrWasItADream: Subverted in "Rip Van Kitty," when Jon hands Garfield a small pill after saying it's lunchtime (Garfield had dreamed that he was visiting the future, when all food was processed into similar pills). The cat runs off panicking to find a cheeseburger, and Jon reveals that the pill is just a vitamin.



* RunningGag:
** Nermal getting sent to Abu Dhabi, as explained [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GM9-iKa2TE8 here (skip to 2:15)]].

to:

* RunningGag:
**
RunningGag: Nermal getting sent to Abu Dhabi, as explained [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GM9-iKa2TE8 here (skip to 2:15)]].



* SelfDeprecation:
** Garfield himself does this a few times, in-universe.

to:

* SelfDeprecation:
**
SelfDeprecation: Garfield himself does this a few times, in-universe.



* ShesAManInJapan: Two instances with Nermal.
** Spanish-language dubs originally referred to Nermal (whom, for some reason, was {{Dub Name|Change}}d "Telma") as ''gatita'', the word for a female kitten, and had a feminine voice. Later episodes finally get his name right and his voice becomes a little more androgynous, but they were still inconsistent with his gender.

to:

* ShesAManInJapan: Two instances with Nermal.
**
Spanish-language dubs originally referred to Nermal (whom, for some reason, was {{Dub Name|Change}}d "Telma") as ''gatita'', the word for a female kitten, and had a feminine voice. Later episodes finally get his name right and his voice becomes a little more androgynous, but they were still inconsistent with his gender.



* ShootTheTelevision:
** The episode "Renewed Terror" has Jon watching The Buddy Bears on TV, when the magazine subscription guy he's been trying to avoid all day interrupts the show, saying the price of the magazine Jon signed up for (to try to get rid of the guy) has been lowered to 40 cents an issue. Jon is so terrified he throws his shoe at the TV, effectively breaking it.

to:

* ShootTheTelevision:
**
ShootTheTelevision: The episode "Renewed Terror" has Jon watching The Buddy Bears on TV, when the magazine subscription guy he's been trying to avoid all day interrupts the show, saying the price of the magazine Jon signed up for (to try to get rid of the guy) has been lowered to 40 cents an issue. Jon is so terrified he throws his shoe at the TV, effectively breaking it.



* StylisticSuck:
** The art quality during one of the Screaming with Binky segments took a turn for the worse when [[NoIndoorVoice Binky's yelling]] [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall disrupted the animator]].

to:

* StylisticSuck:
**
StylisticSuck: The art quality during one of the Screaming with Binky segments took a turn for the worse when [[NoIndoorVoice Binky's yelling]] [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall disrupted the animator]].
14th Apr '18 5:24:58 PM FRBBUHUBHUUBUBBUH
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* RunningGag: ''Splut!''; the Klopman Diamond.

to:

* RunningGag: RunningGag:
**
''Splut!''; the Klopman Diamond.



** Also, the appearance of or reference to the Buggy-eyed Razor-beaked Fnark.

to:

** Also, the The appearance of or reference to the Buggy-eyed Razor-beaked Fnark.



** Also, any reference to Kung Fu Creatures on the Rampage is common.

to:

** Also, any Any reference to Kung Fu Creatures on the Rampage is common.



* StandardSnippet: Orson's Brothers onscreen would always have "In The Hall of the Mountain King" as their theme, usually performed by a lazy-sounding tuba. "Mountain King" also gets used whenever a character is stealing or otherwise engaged in shifty behavior. Likewise, Odie's presence was often accompanied with the fox hunt call. Finally, a recurring MadScientist character had "Did you Ever See a Lassie?" as his theme.

to:

* StandardSnippet: StandardSnippet:
**
Orson's Brothers onscreen would always have "In The Hall of the Mountain King" as their theme, usually performed by a lazy-sounding tuba. "Mountain King" also gets used whenever a character is stealing or otherwise engaged in shifty behavior. Likewise, Odie's presence was often accompanied with the fox hunt call. Finally, a recurring MadScientist character had "Did you Ever See a Lassie?" as his theme.



* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Garfield loves lasagna.

to:

* TrademarkFavoriteFood: TrademarkFavoriteFood:
**
Garfield loves lasagna.



* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: In "Airborne Odie", when Garfield was describing what he could wish for with the magic lamp he and Odie found:

to:

* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: ArsonMurderAndJaywalking:
**
In "Airborne Odie", when Garfield was describing what he could wish for with the magic lamp he and Odie found:



* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: One episode features Garfield eating so much that he grows into giant size. Naturally, it's AllJustADream - Garfield even says so in the middle of the episode, before he wakes up. It happens again in a musical episode.

to:

* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: AttackOfThe50FootWhatever:
**
One episode features Garfield eating so much that he grows into giant size. Naturally, it's AllJustADream - Garfield even says so in the middle of the episode, before he wakes up.
**
It happens again in "The Garfield Opera", when Jon feeds Garfield enormous amounts of food after Garfield puts on a musical episode.corset so he appears skinny.



* BirthdayEpisode: "The Binky Show" is about Garfield trying to get Jon a present on his birthday.

to:

* BirthdayEpisode: BirthdayEpisode:
**
"The Binky Show" is about Garfield trying to get Jon a present on his birthday.



* CanonForeigner: Floyd the mouse, replacing Squeak, an infrequently-appearing character in the comic. His attempts to get more appearances per season are a RunningGag.

to:

* CanonForeigner: CanonForeigner:
**
Floyd the mouse, replacing Squeak, an infrequently-appearing character in the comic. His attempts to get more appearances per season are a RunningGag.



* ComicallyMissingThePoint: After another iteration of the RunningGag where Garfield tries to get rid of Nermal:

to:

* ComicallyMissingThePoint: ComicallyMissingThePoint:
**
After another iteration of the RunningGag where Garfield tries to get rid of Nermal:



* FreakyFridayFlip: Garfield and Odie in "The Idol Of Id".

to:

* FreakyFridayFlip: FreakyFridayFlip:
**
Garfield and Odie in "The Idol Of Id".



* KarmaHoudini: Just like in the comic strip, Garfield.
** About one third of the time, any trick he plays backfires miserably, so it's arguable.

to:

* KarmaHoudini: Just like in the comic strip, Garfield.
**
Garfield. About one third of the time, any trick he plays backfires miserably, so it's arguable.though.



* MeatOVision: The life-boat sequence in "Box o' Fun".

to:

* MeatOVision: MeatOVision:
**
The life-boat sequence in "Box o' Fun".



* NewsMonopoly: "Hansel and Garfield": not news, but daytime TV - there's a SoapOpera on every channel, all playing essentially the same scene.
** Also, from "Video Airlines": "You! You're not Sylvia! You're one of the [[TitleDrop Kung-Fu Creatures on the Rampage! II!]]"

to:

* NewsMonopoly: NewsMonopoly:
**
"Hansel and Garfield": not news, but daytime TV - there's a SoapOpera on every channel, all playing essentially the same scene.
** Also, from From "Video Airlines": "You! You're not Sylvia! You're one of the [[TitleDrop Kung-Fu Creatures on the Rampage! II!]]"



* OffModel: Viciously parodied in "Mistakes Will Happen", where the animation goes off-model on purpose while Garfield "reviews" the episode in search of mistakes. Even though there are many blatantly obvious ones (e.g. a misspelled title card which has Garfield's face on Odie's body), the only three he points out aren't really "mistakes".
** On the other hand, there were plenty of instances where the Ink & Paint department clearly screwed up. Or when small bits of a character are missing for a few frames.

to:

* OffModel: OffModel:
**
Viciously parodied in "Mistakes Will Happen", where the animation goes off-model on purpose while Garfield "reviews" the episode in search of mistakes. Even though there are many blatantly obvious ones (e.g. a misspelled title card which has Garfield's face on Odie's body), the only three he points out aren't really "mistakes".
** *** On the other hand, there were plenty of instances where the Ink & Paint department clearly screwed up. Or when small bits of a character are missing for a few frames.



* OrWasItADream: Subverted in "Rip Van Kitty," when Jon hands Garfield a small pill after saying it's lunchtime (Garfield had dreamed that he was visiting the future, when all food was processed into similar pills). The cat runs off panicking to find a cheeseburger, and Jon reveals that the pill is just a vitamin.
** "The Lasagna Zone" is similar, with Garfield briefly becoming TrappedInTVLand, acquiring a scarf along the way. At the end of the episode, he wakes up and thinks it was all a dream...but then sees that he's still wearing the scarf.

to:

* OrWasItADream: OrWasItADream:
**
Subverted in "Rip Van Kitty," when Jon hands Garfield a small pill after saying it's lunchtime (Garfield had dreamed that he was visiting the future, when all food was processed into similar pills). The cat runs off panicking to find a cheeseburger, and Jon reveals that the pill is just a vitamin.
** Happens in "The Lasagna Zone" is similar, Zone", with Garfield briefly becoming TrappedInTVLand, acquiring a scarf along the way. At the end of the episode, he wakes up and thinks it was all a dream...but then sees that he's still wearing the scarf.



* RunningGag: Deconstructed; in one episode, while attempting to explain humor, Garfield explains that mundane jokes can be made funny through repetition. As an example, throughout the entire episode, he calls for "Lights!" and is [[LiteralGenie offered lightbulbs]].

to:

* RunningGag: Deconstructed; RunningGag:
** Nermal getting sent to Abu Dhabi, as explained [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GM9-iKa2TE8 here (skip to 2:15)]].
** Deconstructed
in one episode, episode: while attempting to explain humor, Garfield explains that mundane jokes can be made funny through repetition. As an example, throughout the entire episode, he calls for "Lights!" and is [[LiteralGenie offered lightbulbs]].



** Of course, the show itself does have running gags, such as Nermal getting sent to Abu Dhabi, as explained [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GM9-iKa2TE8 here (skip to 2:15)]].



* SelfDeprecation: Garfield himself does this a few times, in-universe. In one show, before he intends to give a lecture about himself, he shows Odie's fan-mail, which is so much, it falls on him when he opens the door to the room, while he only has one letter (and it's a sweepstakes notification). He gives in, and changes the lecture to one about Odie.
** Another instance that he called "Basket-Brawl", where he played a food-themed Basketball game with the Arbuckles, as the dumbest episode they did all season.

to:

* SelfDeprecation: SelfDeprecation:
**
Garfield himself does this a few times, in-universe. in-universe.
***
In one show, before he intends to give a lecture about himself, he shows Odie's fan-mail, which is so much, it falls on him when he opens the door to the room, while he only has one letter (and it's a sweepstakes notification). He gives in, and changes the lecture to one about Odie.
** *** Another instance that he called "Basket-Brawl", where he played a food-themed Basketball game with the Arbuckles, as the dumbest episode they did all season.



* ShesAManInJapan: Spanish-language dubs originally referred to Nermal (whom, for some reason, was {{Dub Name|Change}}d "Telma") as ''gatita'', the word for a female kitten, and had a feminine voice. Later episodes finally get his name right and his voice becomes a little more androgynous, but they were still inconsistent with his gender.

to:

* ShesAManInJapan: Two instances with Nermal.
**
Spanish-language dubs originally referred to Nermal (whom, for some reason, was {{Dub Name|Change}}d "Telma") as ''gatita'', the word for a female kitten, and had a feminine voice. Later episodes finally get his name right and his voice becomes a little more androgynous, but they were still inconsistent with his gender.



* ShootTheTelevision: The episode "Renewed Terror" has Jon watching The Buddy Bears on TV, when the magazine subscription guy he's been trying to avoid all day interrupts the show, saying the price of the magazine Jon signed up for (to try to get rid of the guy) has been lowered to 40 cents an issue. Jon is so terrified he throws his shoe at the TV, effectively breaking it.
** He does the same thing in "Happy Garfield Day" when he sees a news report saying it's only two more days until Garfield's birthday. (He doesn't break it this time, though.)
* ShowWithinAShow And NoFourthWall Mixed Together: Season 2's The Mail Animal is prematurely ended in favor of a US Acres cartoon titled "Much Ado About Orson." As Orson's about to explain the episode's plot to Wade, Garfield frantically interrupts and announces that his cartoon isn't over yet. His cartoon, thus, resumes until completion.

to:

* ShootTheTelevision: ShootTheTelevision:
**
The episode "Renewed Terror" has Jon watching The Buddy Bears on TV, when the magazine subscription guy he's been trying to avoid all day interrupts the show, saying the price of the magazine Jon signed up for (to try to get rid of the guy) has been lowered to 40 cents an issue. Jon is so terrified he throws his shoe at the TV, effectively breaking it.
** He Jon does the same thing this in "Happy Garfield Day" when he sees a news report saying it's only two more days until Garfield's birthday. (He doesn't break it this time, though.)
* ShowWithinAShow And NoFourthWall ShowWithinAShow:
**
Mixed Together: with NoFourthWall. Season 2's The Mail Animal is prematurely ended in favor of a US Acres cartoon titled "Much Ado About Orson." As Orson's about to explain the episode's plot to Wade, Garfield frantically interrupts and announces that his cartoon isn't over yet. His cartoon, thus, resumes until completion.



* StylisticSuck: The art quality during one of the Screaming with Binky segments took a turn for the worse when [[NoIndoorVoice Binky's yelling]] [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall disrupted the animator]].

to:

* StylisticSuck: StylisticSuck:
**
The art quality during one of the Screaming with Binky segments took a turn for the worse when [[NoIndoorVoice Binky's yelling]] [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall disrupted the animator]].
12th Apr '18 12:17:51 PM lalalei2001
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* ActionizedAdaptation: The comics were gag-a-day strips, while the show added many cartoony action sequences and genuine moments of peril, especially in the Garfield TV specials.
11th Apr '18 4:46:05 PM snichols1973
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* BlindMistake: Mr. Rhizome, the nearsighted botanist, who mistakes a meat-eating fern (''Nefrolapus monstera autoverum deliciosa strangula'') for an ordinary nefrolapus exaltata house plant, and accidentally waters the telephone instead of a plant.


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* CaptainErsatz: Mr. Rhizome, the nearsighted botanist, of WesternAnimation/MrMagoo.
11th Apr '18 4:10:42 PM snichols1973
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** Jon and Garfield in "Fair Exchange", which turns out to be AllJustADream.
11th Apr '18 3:19:35 PM snichols1973
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* ChristmasInJuly: In "Heatwave Holiday", Garfield takes the refrigerator out to the yard and uses it as a snow-maker. Jon and Garfield go out to the garage where the Christmas decorations are stored, and soon, the neighbors put their Christmas decorations up, with stores having Christmas sales, only for the news reporting that the mayor investigated and it is actually July, with the city council voting that it was August.
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