These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
YMMV: U.S. Acres
Adaptation Displacement: The U.S. Acres shorts on Garfield and Friends are far more well-known than the strip itself.
Base Breaker: Some fans like Comic Strip Dumb Bo more, cause they thought he was more funnier while others love the Cartoon 'Surfer' Bo more, because he had more depth and was more of a Genius Ditz than dumb.
Can't Un Hear It: In later strips, it seems Bo was written with the surfer accent he had on the show.
Dude, Not Funny!: Comic strip version Wade Duck only existing as a senseless Chew Toy and getting hurt the most out of anybody "for the lulz". (he wasn't such a pointless Chew Toy in most of Garfield and Friends). It's much more funnier when Wade just gets scared.
Fanon: Many fans believe that U.S. Acres takes place in the same universe as Garfield, and that the farm is that of the Arbuckle family. ThisGarfield strip is particularly convincing evidence (Booker, Roy and Orson are present).
Plus two characters who look exactly like a miscolored Cody and Blue.
A book of some Garfield Christmas stories actually proved that U.S. Acres and Garfield do indeed live in the same world, though the farm on which Orson and the gang live is actually next door to the Arbuckle family's.
Plus Garfield had a cameo in the episode "Mystery Guest."
Genius Bonus: According to research from Yale University, people who have love-hate relationships is due to their poor self-esteem. Wade has poor self-esteem and he has a love-hate relationship with Roy! There are moments when Roy shows the esteem issue as well,( "Banana Nose" for example), it's just not as upfront or often as Wade.
There was one where Roy told Wade not to eat an apple. Wade asksif the apple was poison, but Roy said that it was his snack. A U.S. Acres two-part segment of Friends featured the gang acts out Snow White, putting Wade in the titular role.
In the storybook "A Most Special Easter Egg", published in 1989, Booker's outfit is a green vest with blue bowtie. Aloysius Pig would join Garfield and Friends 5 years later, and he wears the same outfit.
Viewer Gender Confusion: Orson had long, feminine eyelashes in the first half of the strip's run and Booker called him "Mom", due to the fact that he sat on Booker and Sheldon's eggs before they hatched.
The pranks aren't so bad in the cartoon version. At least Roy doesn't usually physically hurt Wade in the cartoon version. Lots of stuff in the comic book version are always out to hurt poor Wade! Roy's pranks at least in the cartoon version are nothing.