History WesternAnimation / GarfieldSpecials

23rd Apr '16 11:13:03 AM getreadytoparty1991
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* ArtEvolution: When watching the specials in order, you can see how Garfield has evolved over the years. The first two specials have Garfield drawn in his early 80's style. He still is for the first few scenes of ''Garfield in the Rough,'' then the eyes slowly get larger during the rest of the special. And by ''Garfield Goes Hollywood,'' he has the look he has in ''[[WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends Garfield and Friends.]]''
17th Dec '15 8:02:38 PM getreadytoparty1991
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A series of 12 animated TV specials based off the popular comic strip ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}''. All of them (except the first two, which were animated by Mendleson/Melendez Productions, famous for the ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'' and ''ComicStrip/{{Cathy}}'' specials) were animated by Creator/FilmRoman, and all of them were broadcast on Creator/{{CBS}} between the years of 1982 and 1992.

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A series of 12 animated TV specials based off the popular comic strip ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}''. All of them (except the first two, which were animated by Mendleson/Melendez Productions, famous for the ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'' and ''ComicStrip/{{Cathy}}'' specials) were animated by Creator/FilmRoman, and all of them were broadcast on Creator/{{CBS}} between the years of 1982 and 1992.
1991.
16th Dec '15 4:45:46 PM nombretomado
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* DeliberatelyMonochrome: The entirety of ''Babes and Bullets'', the KrazyKat scene of ''His 9 Lives'', and the first scene of ''In the Rough''.

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* DeliberatelyMonochrome: The entirety of ''Babes and Bullets'', the KrazyKat ComicStrip/KrazyKat scene of ''His 9 Lives'', and the first scene of ''In the Rough''.
10th Dec '15 12:46:53 PM MHarrington
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* YouLookFamiliar: In-universe: in ''Garfield in Paradise'', when Jon and his pets go to rent a car, the car dealer, who looks like Frank Nelson, looks ''a lot'' like the hotel manager, also looking a lot like Nelson, prompting Jon to say this very phrase to him.

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* YouLookFamiliar: In-universe: in ''Garfield in Paradise'', when Jon and his pets go to rent a car, the car dealer, who looks like Frank Nelson, looks ''a lot'' like the hotel motel manager, also looking a lot like Nelson, prompting Jon to say this very phrase to him.
10th Dec '15 12:46:28 PM MHarrington
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* YouLookFamiliar: In-universe: in ''Garfield in Paradise'', when Jon and his pets go to rent a car, the car dealer looks ''a lot'' like the hotel manager, prompting Jon to say this very phrase to him.

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* YouLookFamiliar: In-universe: in ''Garfield in Paradise'', when Jon and his pets go to rent a car, the car dealer dealer, who looks like Frank Nelson, looks ''a lot'' like the hotel manager, also looking a lot like Nelson, prompting Jon to say this very phrase to him.
10th Dec '15 12:44:52 PM MHarrington
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* YouLookFamiliar: In-universe: in ''Garfield in Paradise'', when Jon and his pets go to rent a car, the car dealer looks ''a lot'' like the hotel manager, prompting Jon to say this phrase to him.

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* YouLookFamiliar: In-universe: in ''Garfield in Paradise'', when Jon and his pets go to rent a car, the car dealer looks ''a lot'' like the hotel manager, prompting Jon to say this very phrase to him.



'''Garfield:''' Racket is more like it.

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'''Garfield:''' [[DeadpanSnarker Racket is more like it.]]
10th Dec '15 12:44:20 PM MHarrington
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* EscapedAnimalRampage: In ''Garfield on the Rough'', an escaped panther stalks the woods where Jon, Garfield and Odie are camping.

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* EscapedAnimalRampage: In ''Garfield on in the Rough'', an escaped panther stalks the woods where Jon, Garfield and Odie are camping.


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* YouLookFamiliar: In-universe: in ''Garfield in Paradise'', when Jon and his pets go to rent a car, the car dealer looks ''a lot'' like the hotel manager, prompting Jon to say this phrase to him.
-->'''Car dealer:''' I have a brother in the motel business.\\
'''Garfield:''' Racket is more like it.
2nd Sep '15 10:50:35 PM MHarrington
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-->'''Garfield:''' Wait a minute. Am I missing the true spirit of Halloween? Should I share my candy with those less fortunate than me? Naaaaah! Mine! All Mine!

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-->'''Garfield:''' Wait a minute. Am I missing the true spirit of Halloween? being too greedy? Should I share my candy with those less fortunate than me? Am I missing the true spirit of Halloween?... Naaaaah! Mine! All Mine!mine! Mine, I tell you!
9th May '15 7:40:34 PM Demetrios
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* MundaneSolution: Brought up in ''Garfield in Paradise'' after Odie and Monkey's ([[DisneyDeath seeming]]) HeroicSacrifice:
-->Aw Monkey, what did you have to go and do that for? [[BoringButPractical You could have just shoved the car in]].
16th Mar '15 3:06:23 AM jormis29
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* AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: A HeterosexualLifePartners (then again, Odie's seen crossdressed twice in ''Garfield In Hollywood'') version. Garfield recurrently treats Odie shabbily, but Odie himself clearly cares for Garfield deeply as a friend, and Garfield, though he would never care to admit it, is often nice to Odie back; curling up to sleep beside Odie for the latter's comfort when Odie is apparently doomed to be put down in ''Here Comes Garfield'' (and then going on to attack the dogcatcher to save him towards the film's end), giving Odie his fair share of the candy in ''Garfield's Halloween Adventure'', and bartering with The Creator to give Odie nine lives back as well at the end of ''GarfieldHis9Lives'' are all prominent examples.

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* AwLookTheyReallyDoLoveEachOther: A HeterosexualLifePartners (then again, Odie's seen crossdressed twice in ''Garfield In Hollywood'') version. Garfield recurrently treats Odie shabbily, but Odie himself clearly cares for Garfield deeply as a friend, and Garfield, though he would never care to admit it, is often nice to Odie back; curling up to sleep beside Odie for the latter's comfort when Odie is apparently doomed to be put down in ''Here Comes Garfield'' (and then going on to attack the dogcatcher to save him towards the film's end), giving Odie his fair share of the candy in ''Garfield's Halloween Adventure'', and bartering with The Creator to give Odie nine lives back as well at the end of ''GarfieldHis9Lives'' ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldHis9Lives'' are all prominent examples.



* NoirEpisode: ''Babes and Bullets''. Wasn't included in the animated version of ''GarfieldHis9Lives'' but was adapted into a stand-alone TV special the following year.

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* NoirEpisode: ''Babes and Bullets''. Wasn't included in the animated version of ''GarfieldHis9Lives'' ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldHis9Lives'' but was adapted into a stand-alone TV special the following year.
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