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Square Root of Minus Garfield
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30 Rock: 30 Garf reenacts Tracy Jordan's Garfield movie from the episode "Emanuelle Goes to Dinosaur Land".
Battlestar Galactica: Garfield Minus Garfield Plus Six
Bill Nye the Science Guy: Garfield Plus Bill Nye, The Science Guy has Jon giving Garfield hot coffee and then becoming a Bill Nye-like character and says "Careful, it's hot" in a cheerful manner, while Garfield says "Thank you, Bill Nye".
Doctor Who Im Alan Partridge: Where the now commonplace British term used in Ahaafield, "monkey tennis", originated from.
Mork and Mindy: This Is Garfield Calling Orson, done In Memoriam to Robin Williams has Garfield finding Mork after going on a journey through the galaxy.
Parks and Recreation: Ron Swansonfield has Jon giving Ron Swanson a salad, the latter retorting "There must be some mistake. This is the food my food eats.".
Seinfeld: Garfield Is Unfunny, in addition to being named after a trope about the show, features Garfield declaring "NO SOUP FOR YOU!" after being given soup.
: Sherlock No Bleep, Sherlock... er Garfield
Star Trek: The Original Series:
Life On Mars: Life on MarsField
The Muppets: Swedish Chefield has both Jon and Garfield speaking in Swedish Chef-esque gibberish.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Mystery Garfield Theater 3000
Garfield Plus Oobi has Garfield shredding Jon's puppet to reveal that Jon's hand has eyes.
Double Shred is the same as the one above, except this time, Garfield also shreds the eyes on Jon's hand.
Square One TV: Patterns That Repeat has a song from the show which Garfield and Jon show the patterns in the song in their own way, while Garfield swats spiders in the "Patterns" part.
The Prisoner: Jon - The Prisoner
Twin Peaks: Who Killed Garfield Palmer series
Real Life People/Animals
1/0: Garfield Over Zero
8-Bit Theater: Garf-Bit Theater
A Softer World: A Softer Cat
Barfield Loses His Lunch: Jon Loses His Lunch has Jon telling Ellen that he only has a week to live, to which Ellen responds by saying "Bummer, dude."
Bob and George: Bob and George featuring Odie
Bob the Angry Flower: Jon the Angry Flower
Concerned: Concerned Garfield
Cowbirds in Love: UNCE UNCE UNCE UNCE
Ctrl+Alt+Del: CAD + Garfield
Dan and Mab's Furry Adventures : No Hug has Jon wanting a hug, only to have Nutmeg, a brightly colored furry fairy, accept it. He decides not to hug her.
Dark Side of the Horse: Garf Side of the Horse
Darths & Droids:
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Garfield Manny’s (Picture) Garfield shows Jon showing Garfield a picture he drew when he was little, which is Manny's picture of Rodrick and Greg yelling over the last pudding pop. This inevitably leads into " The world is constantly changing".
El Goonish Shive: Gracefield has Grace getting used to her new cat form, only to realize that her actions as a cat are similar to Garfield.
Hark! A Vagrant: Hark! A Vagrant Minus Garfield!
Laugh Out Loud Cats:
Making XKCD Slightly Worse: Making Garfield Slightly Worse
Maliki: European Nermal has Maliki as Jon and her playful kitten as Nermal. They both reenact a strip where Jon thinks he looks awful, but Garfield makes him look awful.
garfield minus. has Garfield using the powers of Minus to transform Jon into a mouse.
Garfield, Minus, Garfield has the news telling that there was a meteor about to strike Earth, but Minus stopped it by sending it back into space with a baseball bat.
MS Paint Adventures:
Nobody Scores!: Garfield Minus Garfield Plus Catface
The Guy Who Can't Draw Comics: The Guy Who Can't Draw Garfield
Schlock Mercenary: Outfield
The Unspeakable Vault (of Doom): Garfield Plus Cthulhoo = Garfield Minus Garfield
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day: Jon's Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
Bill Withers: Lean on Me
Bones: The Lyman Bones
Cat Among the Pigeons: Cat Among the Pidgins
Catch-22: The Cat Who Saw Everything Twice
Chicago: Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is, Garfield?
Desiderius Erasmus: Two-Eyed Man is King of the Blind
: The Fairly OddParents Blubber Lumps! They're chewy! (That line was a Running Gag in the episode "Odd Ball", allthough it was originally "Blubber Nuggets".)
Field of Dreams: Garfield of Dreams
Frank Loesser: Baby, It's Cold Inside
Garfield and Friends: The Webcomic That Lived on the Internet, Behind a Pop-Up, Next to the Scroll Bar, and to the Left of a Long Title has a version of "The Creature that Lived in the Refrigerator, Behind the Mayonnaise, Next to the Ketchup, and Left of the Coleslaw".
The Go-Go's: We Got The Beat(s)
Got Milk?: Strip of the same name
Greek Mythology: Garfield Meets Zeus
I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream: And I Must Scream
Les Misérables: I Dreamed a Dream
Like Colour to the Blind: Strip of the same name
Mystery Science Theater 3000: We've Got Donut Sign
Nena: Garfield and I in a Little Toy Shop (referring to the first line of "99 Red Balloons")
Night of the Living Dead: Saturday Night of the Living Blender
Prince: Party Like It's #999
The Princess Bride: Rodents of Unusual Size
Saturday Night Live: Blender, from New York, it's Saturday Night!
Scott Joplin: The Entertainer
The Simpsons: Do'h, Nuts!
Spencer Williams: I Ain't Got No Body
The 6th Day: The Sixth Day
White Teeth: Zadie Smithfield
The Wolf Man (1941): The Wolf Dog (It could be any werewolf movie, but the title implies this is the particular werewolf being referred to)
Strips with Multiple References (in order of appearance)
Castlevania: Symphony of the Night and I Wanna Be the Guy: "I Wanna Be the Garfield" by Square Root of Castlevania
The Vampire Chronicles, Twilight, and Hellsing: The Vampire Garfield Chronicles
Lasagna Cat (specifically 02/24/2006) and Melissa Etheridge: Lasagna Cat: The Comic
The World Ends with You, Mega Man, and Eternal Sonata: Garfield Plus Beats in the Beat Panel
Wavves, Best Coast, and Klaxons: Fork In The Road!
The Chordettes and A Dream of a Thousand Cats: Dream Me a Dream shows Garfield dreaming about eating Jon, with panels taken directly from story.
The Sandman Peanuts, minus, Greek Mythology, Palulinus of Nola, Pliny the Elder, Minus and the Great Wide World, Jack Maness, The Lord of the Rings, The Transformers, Super Mario Bros. 2, and Dennis the Menace: Garfield turns into Linus, King Midas, Palulinus, Pliny, Minus, Maness, the Minas Morgul, Dirk Manus, the SMB2 bonus chance screen, and Dennis, in that order in They Just Won't Stop!
Terminator 2: Judgement Day, xkcd, Dinosaur Comics, Peanuts, Prince William (His Royal Highness), , Con Air Thomas Aquinas, Sleeping Beauty, Jane Morris Goodall, Elvis Presley, and : The Scream Garfield Skynet Garfield: Judgement Day is a crossover with Terminator, Ryan North and Randall Monroe are mentioned to have sent the Terminator back in time, and the M-1000 turns into Linus, William, Cyrus "The Virus", Aquinas, Briar Rose, Goodall, Elvis, and The Scream, in that order.
Iron Man and the Silver Surfer: Marvel-field
Looney Tunes and Of Mice and Men: Of Mice and Garfield
Several news paper car toon dogs: Garfield's Dog Day
Constance Garnett, her son David, Alexander Pushkin, Nikolai Gogol, Anton Chekhov, and Leo Tolstoy: Constance Garnett
The Angriest Dog In The World and Red Meat: Punchline collation
and Little Shop of Horrors (where the sprites come from): Joe And Mac Large Petshop of Horrors
Every Square Root of Minus Garfield : strip up to #1000 1000th Root of Minus Garfield
Marvin, Bloom County, and Waverly Films (specifically Meet Catburg): Plagiarism
Max Payne ("Mirrors are more fun than television"), Twin Peaks, and (possession and mirrors being linked): Evil Dead Mirror Garfield
, Peanuts , The Boondocks , mezzacotta , Calvin and Hobbes , Pogo , xkcd , Spider-Man , For Better or for Worse , and Dilbert : If on a winter's night a traveler If on a Summer's Night A Cartoonist
Pokémon, The Angry Beavers, Monty Python's Flying Circus, Ren and Stimpy, Malcolm in the Middle, and The Amazing World of Gumball: Prevue Guidefield
and Family Guy : Road House Family Garfield (Technically, FG referencing Roadhouse)
Doug, Rugrats, and Ren and Stimpy: Garfield plus three original Nicktoons has Garfield not sleeping, as Doug, the Rugrats, and Ren and Stimpy are partying in his room.
The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and [ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Duncan_(artist) John Duncan]]: The title of Duncan GoNuts references the "Funkin Gonuts" running gag. The strip itself changes a strip about dunking donuts in coffee to a pun off the name of the 19th century artist John Duncan, with Jon freaking out after seeing the painting Merlin and the Fairy Queen.
CSI: Miami and The Who: Won't Get Fooled Acane
Pokémon, The Simpsons and Jerry Lewis: Poke-G
The Great Gatsby and Zack Ryder: Woo Fusion
and Pingu : Bloom County Penguin Eater
and Here Comes Honey Boo Boo : Keeping Up with the Kardashians Garfield In Reality
and Inception (both only in the title): Dr. Strangelove Donutception, Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Donut (Wars)
Bob Dylan and Citadels: All Along the Watchtower
Haruhi Suzumiya and U.S. Acres: Garfield's Haruhi Theater
Darths & Droids, Futurama, I Know What You Did Last Summer, Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats, Heathcliff, and Comments on a Postcard: Lasagnas and Litterboxes
Various cat themed Internet memes: Cat Memes
The Flash and The Wicker Man 2006: Bees!
Hamlet and Henry VIII: Shakesfield
xkcd, Peanuts, James Garfield, Dinosaur Comics, Mr. Men, Minecraft, U.S. Acres, Frankenstein, Doug, Rugrats, and Ren and Stimpy: Fifth Anniversary
The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, The Amazing World of Gumball, Adventure Time, The Powerpuff Girls, Regular Show, Sheep in the Big City, I Am Weasel, Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi, and Johnny Bravo: Cartoon Network
Groundhog Day and Haruhi Suzumiya: Garfield Groundhog Day Garfield
Dilbert, Mr. Men, Pokémon, Calvin and Hobbes. Doctor Who, Sonic the Hedgehog, CatDog, Peanuts, Doug, The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy, Rocko's Modern Life, The Amazing World of Gumball, Futurama, and Jon Cryer: I Want Everyone In It! (aka: Continuity Nod)
Platypus Comix and Calvin and Hobbes: The Product of Garfield and Calvin and Hobbes over Happy Days is a crossover with Calvin and Hobbes and is also inspired by World's Most Baffling Garfield Comics.
Platypus Comix and Laurel and Hardy: Another Fine Mess, the third strip inspired by "World's Most Baffling Garfield Comics", has Guido and Fluffy's name being changed to Laurel and Hardy.
Uncle Grandpa and Veggietales : note Square Root of Minus Grandpa
Ruskin Bond and Calvin and Hobbes: A Tiger in the House is named for a story by Ruskin, and the actual strip is the first Sunday strip with Hobbes and Calvin in Jon and Garfield's roles
Medley and Batman: Medleyfield has a woman being yelled at by a man with the "My Parents Are Dead/Batman Slapping Robin" gag, but without the slap on the face.
Super Mario Bros. and Brawl in the Family: Waluigi Time has Jon's head randomly turning into Waluigi's, shouting "Too bad, WALUIGI TIME!".
Super Milk Chan and KISS: Sour Milk-Chan replaces Garfield with Milk in a strip about milk, and Jon is described in the transcript as "almost looking look Gene Simmons without make-up".
Batman, The Lord of the Rings, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Peanuts, Leonard Cohen, and Bill Nye the Science Guy: reuses panels from SRoMG Compilation Why So Serious? - Final Take, Garfield Minas Tirith, Mirror Universe Garfield, Garfield Linus Garfield, Jon Plus Cohen, and Garfield Plus Bill Nye, The Science Guy, all featuring references to the aforementioned.
AWOLNATION and Karl Compton: Kitty Corliss takes a strip where Garfield tries to jump over a gap, replaces the "CRASH!" sound effect with "SAIL" in reference to this video, and changes the line, "Your [sic] not a sailplane, you know," to, "This is how an angel dies."
Regular Show and Sonic the Hedgehog: The title of You Know Who Else is Slow? references Muscle Man's catch phrase "You know who else [blank]? MY MOM!", while the strip's annotation claimed it replaced a snail with Sonic. It didn't, it was a
Slow-Loading Internet Image joke. Star Trek: The Original Series and Might and Magic: New World Empire has a mice holding a flag of the Terrian Empire believing it to be the defunct video game company New World Computing due to them having similar logos. When Jon points this out, Garfield says "Shh! I've got a cameo in the next Mice and Magic!".