List of The Garfield Show episodes
The following is a list of episodes from The Garfield Show.
|First aired||Last aired||Network|
|1||26||November 2, 2009||December 23, 2009||Cartoon Network|
|2||26||December 13, 2010||June 28, 2011|
|3||26||September 4, 2012||October 5, 2012|
|4||27||October 6, 2015||September 1, 2016||Boomerang|
|5||1||October 24, 2016|
Season 1 (2009)Edit
|Title||Written by||American air date |
|Mark Evanier||November 2, 2009|
Garfield's birthday has come, and Jon has accidentally forgotten about it. He remembers later on, and to avoid Garfield's wrath, he makes eight lasagnas in a record time, only to be one short. Meanwhile, an unusual type of alien, which resembles lasagna and can speak English with an Italian accent, arrives on Earth. They plan to invade Earth and make humans their slaves.
A bluebird gets trapped in Garfield's neighbor's garage, leaving her eggs abandoned and forcing Garfield to look after them.
|2||2||"Orange and Black"
|November 3, 2009|
Garfield disguises himself as Catzilla, a deadly cat from the zoo, for Halloween. When the real Catzilla breaks down from the zoo, Garfield is mistaken for it and captured. Catzilla enters Jon's house, and Garfield must break out from the zoo and rescue Jon and Odie.
Garfield and Odie get their bodies swapped by a Saturn alien to get back at Garfield for tormenting Odie. Odie wanders off to all the people who hate Garfield without knowing they will hurt him, so Garfield must protect his body from Rottweiler, the butcher, and Herman Post.
|November 4, 2009|
Odie digs up some bones and finds that they are from a very rare dinosaur. Garfield tries to sell them to the local museum. Mrs. Brubaker, the museum owner, instead wants to demolish Jon's house to search for more bones.
Jon tests a cleaning robot, which becomes too violent around Garfield, Odie and him.
|Mathilde Maraninchi & Antonin Poiree||November 5, 2009|
Garfield and Odie watch the news about a burglar named Silent Jack. Meanwhile, Jon has gone to the dentist to get his tooth fixed (leaving him unable to talk), and he forgot his key at the dentist. When he tries to get in, Garfield and Odie mistake him for Silent Jack.
Nermal meets a cat, so called "Agent X", who claims to be a secret agent. Garfield becomes jealous as Agent X tells everyone about his adventures of saving people.
|5||5||"A Game of Cat and Mouse"
|November 6, 2009|
Garfield finds that Squeak and his entire family of mice have moved into the house. Garfield is afraid that Jon will know (and face Jon's punishment), and tries to find a way to get them out.
When Jon and Garfield discover that Mama Meanie's Pizza Palace has stolen Vito's customers by tricking them into getting their unsatisfactory machine-made pizzas (with coupons and competitions), they try to help Vito by delivering a pizza of his to Eddie Gourmand. Mama Meanie and his assistant chase after them with their truck.
"Desperately Seeking Pooky"
Baptiste Heidrich & Julien Monthiel
|November 12, 2009|
Nermal lives with Garfield and Odie for ten days because his owner is out of town. When Nermal fakes a leg injury, Jon feels pity for Nermal, making Garfield and Odie do whatever he requests. Garfield and Odie attempt to get rid of him so they can live normally once again.
Garfield's favorite teddy bear, Pooky, is stolen from him by the neighbor dog, a chihuahua named Hercules. Garfield is depressed, and even Jon's new teddy bears cannot make him feel better. Odie discovers Pooky's location, and Garfield teams up with him to get Pooky back where he belongs.
"Jon's Night Out"
Baptiste Heidrich & Julien Monthiel
|November 13, 2009|
Jon and Liz put Garfield on a diet and force him to exercise when an electronic talking scale tells him that he is overweight.
Jon has difficulty sleeping, so a doctor attempts to put Jon under hypnosis to make him fall asleep at the sound of a horn. Jon hears Odie's barking at a fly before the horn, making him fall asleep every time Odie barks.
|8||8||"Not So Sweet Sound of Music"
|Mathilde Maraninchi & Antonin Poiree
Laurent Bounoure & Jean-Noel Gabilan
|November 16, 2009|
Jon finds his old accordion in the attic of his parents house, and practices playing it. Garfield, who does not like him playing the accordion nor the very sound of it, tries to get rid of the instrument.
Jon wins a turkey in a raffle in which he plans to serve as dinner with Liz. When he receives a live turkey, Jon must figure out what to do with it. The problem worsens when Garfield begins to dislike a live turkey around, and before long, Jon has the same feelings. Garfield captures it and they return it, only to have second thoughts afterward.
|9||9||"Pup in the Pound"
"Odie in Love"
|November 18, 2009|
Odie gets taken to the dog pound after he goes outside without his licensed collar, because after Garfield kicked him out on the backyard, his collar fell. Garfield disguises himself as a dog to rescue Odie.
Odie falls in love with a shower brush. Garfield is initially happy that he gets some time for himself, but soon gets jealous as Odie is no longer paying attention to him. Consumed with jealousy, Garfield sneaks away the shower brush from Odie and throws it in the garbage bin to get his friend back on his side again. He eventually feels sorry for Odie and tries to return it.
|November 19, 2009|
Garfield and Jon fight so much against what to watch on TV that they go on a TV show to even out their differences.
Garfield gets rich after a leprechaun gives him some good luck after Odie finds him.
|11||11||"Curse of the Were-Dog"
"Meet the Parents"
Amelie Aubert & Jessica Menendez
|November 20, 2009|
Odie becomes a monster-dog in the middle of the night and eats a lasagna that was for Liz's birthday. Jon thinks that Garfield is responsible, and blames him.
Liz introduces Jon to her parents. Liz's father is a grumpy man, while Liz's mother has a canary named Petey – whom Garfield tries to eat.
|12||12||"Down on the Farm"
"The Pet Show"
Mathilde Maraninchi & Antonin Poiree
|December 2, 2009|
Garfield goes to visit Jon's brother, Doc Boy. Garfield introduces the farm animals how to live life his way.
Garfield is rejected from a pet show because he is too fat to enter, so Odie takes his place and competes against Nermal for lasagna. Odie ends up defeating Nermal.
|13||13||"Curse of the Cat People"
"Glenda and Odessa"
|Julien Magnat||December 3, 2009|
Garfield and Odie get taken to another land through a magic mirror where a cat named Neferkitty and her Egyptian colony of cats live, planning their revenge on humans.
Garfield and Odie are mistakenly accused of stealing barbecued ribs (actually stolen by Hercules, Harry, and the rottweiler) when they run away from Jon's twin cousins.
|December 4, 2009|
When Jon takes Garfield and Odie on a fishing trip, Garfield and Odie discover talking fish in the sea and they are almost eaten by a shark.
Jon tries to take the perfect family picture for Liz's birthday present. He discovers that taking a picture is a magnet for interruptions.
|December 8, 2009|
When an alien stops at a super-market in earth, Garfield mistakenly enters his spaceship and travels through different planets. It becomes challenging for him to return home.
Garfield finds a pocket watch that can stop time, which he uses to his advantage.
|16||16||"Fish to Fry"
"Little Yellow Riding Hood"
|Baptiste Heidrich & Julien Monthiel
|December 9, 2009|
When Jon reluctantly agrees to look after Liz's fish, Garfield cannot resist trying to eat them.
When Garfield, Jon, Odie, and Liz go on a picnic, Odie finds a baby wolf and accidentally sends its mother to attack Garfield and Jon.
|December 10, 2009|
Garfield switches lives with a celebrity's cat named Sir Leo, who is one of Liz's patients and claims that the life of a super star is great.
Garfield discovers a new 3D format TV channel and ends up in the TV. Jon enlists the help of a scientist, Professor Bonkers, to help him get out. Meanwhile, Garfield goes into commercials, a parade show, educational shows, cooking shows, game shows, and movies.
|18||18||"It's a Cat's World"
|Peter Berts||December 11, 2009|
Garfield gets sucked into a parallel universe where cats act like humans and vice versa.
Garfield torments the substitute mailman while Herman goes on vacation.
|December 14, 2009|
An unwilling Garfield is enrolled on Dr. Whipple's show after Jon secretly videotapes him stealing food, abusing Odie, and shredding drapes. Garfield eventually discovers the doctor is a fraud.
Jon and Doc Boy want to inherit their cousin's haunted estate, but in order to do so, one must stay there longer than the other.
|20||20||"From the Oven"
|Julien Magnat||December 15, 2009|
Jon accidentally follows a monster movie instead of a cooking show's recipe while baking a cake. It becomes a Frankenstein-like monster and attempts to eat him, Garfield and Odie.
After hearing children go door to door singing carols on TV, Garfield tries to go around singing carols for food.
"History of Dog"
|December 16, 2009|
Odie runs away from home, sick of Garfield's cruelty towards him. The new house he runs off to is the residence of a boy with the personality of a mad scientist named Nathan, who plans to use his new invention to transform Odie into a cockroach. It is up to Garfield to save Odie.
Garfield explains the history of dogs, which casts them in a negative light, much to the chagrin of Odie and his dog friends.
|22||22||"Up a Tree"
"It's a Cheese World"
|December 17, 2009|
Odie becomes friends with a squirrel after he helps one recover from an accident.
Garfield tries to take Squeak and his friends to Eddie Gourmand's Cheeseland, where Harry is in charge of keeping mice out.
|23||23||"Nice to Nermal"
"Out on a Limb"
|December 18, 2009|
Nermal steals Pooky after Garfield is mean to him, and blackmails Garfield into being nice to him. To get Pooky back, Garfield sends an e-mail asking Druscilla and Minerva to come over and play with Nermal.
Garfield, Odie, Nermal and Jon all get stuck in a tree, so they try to get help.
|December 21, 2009|
Garfield imitates a superhero so that Nermal will reward him with food, but gets caught up with the real superhero and a bank robbery.
Garfield gets a device that reads people's minds and saves Vito's pizzeria from rioting aliens.
|25||25||"The Amazing Flying Dog"
"The Last Word"
|December 22, 2009|
Odie dreams that he is a super-dog who can fly, and he rescues Garfield to win the heart of a poodle.
Nermal bets Garfield he cannot last an hour without eating.
|December 23, 2009|
Garfield helps Olga, an ice cream lady, retrieve her purse from a criminal.
After the dog catchers get fired for failing to stop Garfield and Odie, their boss hires a robotic stray dog and cat catcher. The robot goes too far and takes cats that are not even stray. Garfield, Odie and the dog catchers must catch the robot and get their boss to recognize what he has done.
Season 2 (2010–11)Edit
|Title||Written by||American air date |
|27||1||"Home for the Holidays"||Jim Davis||December 13, 2010|
|Garfield is looking forward to the holidays and all of its joys. Arlene gives Garfield a reason to stop and remember the true meaning of the season, so Garfield helps some homeless cats and dogs by finding them homes.|
|28a||2a||"Ticket to Riches"||Mark Evanier||February 28, 2011|
|Jon wins the lottery, but is unable to find his ticket. He, Garfield and Odie desperately search for the ticket in order to cash it in.|
|28b||2b||"Gravity of the Situation"||Mark Evanier||February 28, 2011|
|An alien named Nimbus from a planet with no gravity lands on Earth to recharge his spaceship. While in Jon's house, he cancels out gravity, causing household objects to float around the house.|
|29a||3a||"The Art of Being Uncute"||Julien Magnat||March 1, 2011|
|Eddie Gourmand is the judge for the Cutest Cat of the Year award and declares that "the new cute" to be the opposite of cute, and the prize is six months in Greenland. Garfield plots to make Nermal a mess in order to get some peace and quiet.|
|29b||3b||"Night of the Bunny Slippers"||Julien Magnat||March 1, 2011|
|Aunt Ivy stays at Jon's house after her power line is destroyed by a fallen tree branch. She eventually develops a fear of Jon's bunny slippers after watching a horror movie. The fear continues to mount when the blue moon outside causes the bunny slippers to come to life.|
|30a||4a||"Blasteroid"||Emmanuelle Aubert||March 2, 2011|
|The aliens previously seen in "Pasta Wars" send an asteroid to destroy Earth. Garfield and Odie reluctantly travel in a small rocket to stop the asteroid, which turns out to be a giant meatball.|
|30b||4b||"The Big Sneeze"||Mark Evanier||March 2, 2011|
|Jon sneezes every time he is near Garfield, and a doctor claims that he must get rid of Garfield.|
|31a||5a||"The Spy Who Fed Me"||Mark Evanier||March 3, 2011|
|When Garfield has to lose ten pounds, Jon discovers he has been snacking between meals. Liz gives him a robot that will follow Garfield everywhere he goes to ensure he sticks to his diet.|
|31b||5b||"Meet Max Mouse"||Mark Evanier||March 3, 2011|
|Squeak's cat-hating cousin, Max, moves into Garfield's home and rallies the other mice to rebel against him. Meanwhile, Jon calls an exterminator named Mr. Pulver to come rid his house of them.|
|32a||6a||"The Haunted House"||Mark Evanier||March 4, 2011|
|Jon spends the day in Mr. Barker's new mansion to come up with a comic book idea. Unfortunately for him, the house is haunted by a ghost cat.|
|32b||6b||"Which Witch"||Mark Evanier||March 4, 2011|
|The twins, Druscilla and Minerva, come to visit. Garfield lures them over to the house of an elderly neighbor, who may or may not be a witch.|
|33a||7a||"Cyber Mailman"||Emmanuelle Aubert||March 7, 2011|
|Professor Bonkers creates a holographic mailman to prevent Herman from constantly being tormented by Garfield. When Garfield eats a taco nearby, its sauce drips into the machine, causing the cyber mailman to deliver an early edition of the newspaper.|
|33b||7b||"Odie for Sale"||Mark Evanier||March 7, 2011|
|Jon is in debt, and resorts to selling some of his possessions to pay the bill. When Garfield puts Odie on the stall for two cents, he is bought by the person Jon is being sued by, and it is up to Garfield to get him back.|
|34a||8a||"Farm Fresh Feline"||Mark Evanier||March 8, 2011|
|Jon, Garfield, and Odie visit Doc Boy on the farm, and Dr. Whipple puts Garfield under a spell that makes him do chores.|
|34b||8b||"Dog Days"||Emmanuelle Aubert||March 8, 2011|
|After Odie helps their friend, Nimbus, he gives him a forever dog cookie. Odie licks Jon after eating it, and Jon starts acting like a dog. Jon licks Liz, and the condition spreads all over the city.|
|35a||9a||"Planet of Poultry"||Mark Evanier||March 9, 2011|
|Aliens from another planet plan to turn all the earth creatures into chickens.|
|35b||9b||"With Four You Get Pizza"||Mathilde Maraninchi, Antonin Poiree||March 9, 2011|
|Jon goes out on a date with Liz to Vito's Pizzeria. Since Vito has banned animals from entering the restaurant, Garfield and Odie disguise themselves as children to get inside, and Nermal and another cat do the same. Before long, Jon and Liz's date turns into disaster.|
|36a||10a||"The Bluebird of Happiness"||Mark Evanier||March 10, 2011|
|One of the baby bluebirds from "Mother Garfield" returns and Garfield saves him from Harry. Later, though, Nermal accidentally lets Harry have the bird and Garfield, Nermal, and Odie must save it before Harry eats it.|
|36b||10b||"Inside Eddie Gourmand"||Mark Evanier||March 10, 2011|
|After Eddie Gourmand gives a bad review about Vito's Pizzeria on TV, Garfield, Jon, and Odie find out the reason for his recent crankiness and help him.|
|37a||11a||"Fido Food Feline"||Mark Evanier||March 11, 2011|
|Jon accidentally feeds Garfield Odie's dog food, and after overhearing Liz say, "you are what you eat," Garfield thinks he is a dog.|
|37b||11b||"Everything's Relative"||Mark Evanier||March 11, 2011|
|Aunt Ivy's house is being rid of mice and she has to stay at Jon's home for a week. Then, Druscilla and Minerva show up, and Jon is so annoyed with them that he tries to get them to stay at Doc Boy's farm. The problem only worsens because Doc Boy refuses to put up with them, too.|
|38a||12a||"Honey, I Shrunk the Pets"||Christophe Poujol & Thomas Forwood||March 14, 2011|
|Nathan returns and shrinks Garfield with his shrink ray, and Garfield must find a way to return to normal size.|
|38b||12b||"Garfield Astray"||Original Idea: Philippe Vidal|
Script: Mathilde Maraninchi, Antonin Poiree
|March 14, 2011|
|After Garfield plays a mean trick on Nermal, a bowling ball falls on his head and he loses his memory. Then, Nermal tricks Garfield into thinking he is an alley cat named Ichabod. Garfield then meets a couple of stray cats named Tino and Gino.|
|39a||13a||"History of Cats"||Kim Campbell||March 16, 2011|
|Garfield tells a small yet untrue history about cats, and the mice are upset because Garfield is making it seem as though cats actually did everything in history.|
|39b||13b||"Black Cat Blues"||Emmanuelle Aubert||March 16, 2011|
|A miserable, black cat named Jonah passes by Garfield outside, and Garfield is given a bad luck curse until he can remove the curse and bring good luck to himself.|
|40a||14a||"Cuter Than Cute"||Mark Evanier||March 21, 2011|
|Nermal comes over for a visit and the space lasagnas (from "Pasta Wars" and "Blasteroid") return once again and send a spy disguised as a cute kitten over to Garfield's home. Everyone thinks he is much cuter than Nermal, and Nermal gets jealous.|
|40b||14b||"Great Pizza Race"||Mark Evanier||March 21, 2011|
|Jon goes out on a date with Liz and orders Garfield a pizza for dinner from Vito's Pizzeria. Garfield races against Vito's new speedy delivery policy and torments him.|
|41a||15a||"Master Chef"||Mark Evanier||June 13, 2011|
|When Garfield hears about a chef who can make "the best lasagna in the world" from Vito, he is determined to find him. Once there, in Chef Squisito's log cabin in the woods, Garfield disguises himself as a baby in order to find out.|
|41b||15b||"Guest from Beyond"||Mark Evanier||June 13, 2011|
|Eddie Gourmand is fired when an ethical vegan takes over the station. Jon unwittingly takes him in, which soon turns out to be a mistake, as Gourmand devours all Jon's food.|
|42a||16a||"Depths of a Salesman"||Christophe Poujol, Thomas Forwood||June 14, 2011|
|Garfield, Jon and Odie buy items from the "All Buying Channel". When they find out the channel's service is a scam, Garfield is determined to get their money back.|
|42b||16b||"Night of the Apparatuses"||Emmanuelle Aubert||June 14, 2011|
|Jon buys a new house monitoring software program, with an electronic assistant named Millie. After the house gets hit by lightning, Millie takes over the whole house.|
|43a||17a||"Land of Hold"||Mark Evanier||June 15, 2011|
|Garfield finds out what life would be like for people who spend their entire existence on hold waiting for their call to be picked up.|
|43b||17b||"Penny Henny"||Original Idea: Jim Davis, Script: Mark Evanier||June 15, 2011|
|Jon tells Drusilla and Minerva the story of Penny Henny believing the sky is falling, much to Garfield's concern.|
|44a||18a||"A Gripping Tale"||Original Idea: Marek Acey|
Script: Mark Evanier
|June 16, 2011|
|A giant squid finds its way into the city sewer and sucks Odie in, and Garfield must save him.|
|44b||18b||"Wicked Wishes"||Mark Evanier||June 16, 2011|
|Odie finds a magical bottle with a genie in it, but it wants Jon to grant the genie three wishes.|
|45a||19a||"Jumbo Shrimpy"||Mark Evanier||June 17, 2011|
|Shrimpy the elephant is being mistreated by Dr. Whipple, and Garfield and Odie help Shrimpy escape from him.|
|45b||19b||"Pirate Gold"||Christophe Poujol||June 17, 2011|
|While Jon is away, Garfield and Odie are pretending to be pirates. They pretend to be on a pirate ship, and find gold, where they find other dogs.|
|46a||20a||"Me, Garfield, and I"||Christophe Poujol||June 20, 2011|
|Garfield obtains possession of Professor Bonkers' cloning ray, and makes clones of himself so he can do what he wants.|
|46b||20b||"Detective Odie"||Baptiste Heidrich, Julien Monthiel||June 20, 2011|
|Odie goes on the case when Jon is mistaken for theft of a neighbor's bracelet.|
|47a||21a||"Stealing Home"||Dodine Herry-Grimaldi||June 21, 2011|
|While Jon is away, a stray cat named Bruno steals the house and Garfield and Odie need to figure it out how to get back in.|
|47b||21b||"Full of Beans"||Original Idea: Philippe Vidal|
Script: Emmanuelle Aubert
|June 21, 2011|
|Odie accidentally swallows a Mexican jumping bean that was given to Jon by his Mexican friend Pablo. Odie now starts jumping all around the house, and he causes trouble when he jumps out the pet door and into the city.|
|48a||22a||"Love and Lasagna"||Mathilde Maraninchi, Antonin Poiree||June 22, 2011|
|Real estate tycoon Brent Mogul threatens to destroy Vito's restaurant, and it is up to Garfield and Odie to stop him.|
|48b||22b||"True Colors"||Emmanuelle Aubert||June 22, 2011|
|Garfield's shabby treatment of Nermal draws the ire of a television show host, Dr. Goodygood, that seeks to teach him a lesson. Dr. Goodygood takes away Garfield's colors, thus making him the same color as Nermal. Garfield has to do nice things to get them back.|
|49a||23a||"Mind Over Mouse"||Mark Evanier||June 23, 2011|
|Squeak gains the ability to see future events, like Jon hitting his thumb with a hammer.|
|49b||23b||"The Big Sleep"||Christophe Poujol, Thomas Forwood, Mark Evanier||June 23, 2011|
|Garfield tries everything he can to try to hibernate like the squirrels, but all his attempts prove futile.|
|50a||24a||"Pampered Pussycat"||Mark Evanier||June 24, 2011|
|Prince Orloff gets a lesson about having fun from Garfield and Odie.|
|50b||24b||"Parrot Blues"||Emmanuelle Aubert||June 24, 2011|
|Jon watches Mr. Barker's parrot, Paxton, while he is away. The grumpy Paxton ends up flying downtown, telling people things that cause all of them to burst into tears.|
|51a||25a||"Rain or Shine"||Emmanuelle Aubert||June 27, 2011|
|Jon, in need of quality time alone with Liz on the beach, sends his pets to Aunt Ivy. Garfield's nocturnal rain wish is answered by a leprechaun. The luck-bringer, whom the pets discover, keeps forgetting to close magical tunnel doors, which allows the weather to jump continents, affecting Jon's travel plans.|
|51b||25b||"The Mole Express"||Emmanuelle Aubert||June 27, 2011|
|Garfield must help Odie's squirrel friends from moving to a new tree because of a tunnel made by a mole and at the same time to rescue his animal friends from the city pound.|
|52||26||"Unfair Weather"||Mark Evanier||June 28, 2011|
|Jon, Garfield, Odie, Drusilla, and Minerva discover some strange weather while going camping.|
Season 3 (2012)Edit
|Title||Written by||American air date ||US viewers|
|"Furry Tales"||Peter Berts||September 4, 2012||N/A|
|While Jon and Liz are going to a picnic together, Garfield tells Odie a fairy tale about Prince Jon, who wants to marry with Princess Elizabeth (Liz). Princess Elizabeth wants to marry with a man who is strong enough to protect her, so Prince Jon must demonstrate his power.|
|55a||3a||"Kind to Kittens"||Mark Evanier||September 5, 2012||N/A|
|The mayor passes a law requiring everyone to be kind to cats.|
|55b||3b||"Little Angel"||Mark Evanier||September 5, 2012||N/A|
|Jon adopts a kitten who is more trouble than he expects.|
|56a||4a||"Prehistoric Pup"||Mark Evanier||September 6, 2012||N/A|
|After a meteorite lands, it turns Odie into a prehistoric dog who terrorizes the town.|
|56b||4b||"Land of Later"||Mark Evanier||September 6, 2012||N/A|
|A group of inhabitants who live underground, known only as "The Sloth People", turn everybody into procrastinators.|
|57a||5a||"Laugh in a Can"||Julien Magnat||September 7, 2012||N/A|
|The network adds a laugh track to Garfield's show, much to his chagrin.|
|57b||5b||"The Non-Garfield Show"||Peter Berts||September 7, 2012||N/A|
|Jon pitches an idea for a TV show to a successful producer named Tyler Edge.|
|58a||6a||"The Caped Avenger Rides Again!"||Mark Evanier||September 10, 2012||N/A|
|Garfield solves a mystery of who stole a rare comic book.|
|58b||6b||"The Superhero Apprentice"||Julien Magnat||September 10, 2012||N/A|
|Nermal becomes a supervillain to get revenge on Garfield's Caped Avenger routine.|
|59a||7a||"Teddy Dearest"||Peter Berts||September 11, 2012||N/A|
|Anthony Allwork creates robot toy copies of Pooky for children.|
|59b||7b||"Bath Day"||Julien Magnat||September 11, 2012||N/A|
|Garfield, Odie, and Nermal have a fantasy while in the bathtub.|
|60a||8a||"What a Difference a Pet Makes"||Peter Berts||September 12, 2012||N/A|
|Garfield answers fan mail sent in asking about pets.|
|60b||8b||"Garfield Gets Canned"||Julien Magnat||September 12, 2012||N/A|
|Garfield tries to open a can of food while Jon is away for a while.|
|61a||9a||"Partners in Mime"||Peter Berts||September 13, 2012||N/A|
|Jon takes part in a competition for mimes.|
|61b||9b||"Boris the Snowman"||Peter Berts||September 13, 2012||N/A|
|While vacationing, Garfield encounters a couple of snowmen who come to life.|
|"Long Lost Lyman"||Mark Evanier||September 14, 2012||N/A|
|Jon, Garfield, and Odie go in search of their friend Lyman.|
|64a||12a||"The Golden Lasagna Awards"||Mark Evanier||September 17, 2012||N/A|
|Garfield hosts an awards ceremony where only he gets the awards, much to the annoyance of others (especially Nermal).|
|64b||12b||"Pawparazzi"||Peter Berts||September 17, 2012||N/A|
|Garfield attempts to take a photo of Nermal doing something humiliating after winning a Pawparazzi contest.|
|65a||13a||"It's About Time"||Mark Evanier||September 18, 2012||N/A|
|Nermal, who is jealous of Garfield for being the main character of the show, borrows a time machine to go back into the past and steal Garfield's life away.|
|65b||13b||"Online Arbuckle"||Peter Berts||September 18, 2012||N/A|
|Garfield films many humiliating videos of Jon with his smartphone and makes Jon become the laughingstock of the whole town.|
|66a||14a||"Muscle Mouse"||Peter Berts||September 19, 2012||N/A|
|Squeak's strong relative Biff comes for a visit and turns the house into a mouse gym.|
|66b||14b||"The Write Stuff"||Peter Berts||September 19, 2012||N/A|
|A new writer comes to the studio who only writes sad stories. Garfield tries to help the new writer to get a sense of humor.|
|67a||15a||"Cupid Cat"||Peter Berts||September 20, 2012||N/A|
|Garfield tries to find a companion for Doc Boy.|
|67b||15b||"The Control Freak"||Mark Evanier||September 20, 2012||N/A|
|Nathan tests a out device that can control people's minds and make all of them (except Odie) hate him.|
|68a||16a||"Every Witch Way"||Mark Evanier||September 21, 2012||N/A|
|Mrs. Cauldron's niece Winona comes for a visit. She meets Jon and wants to marry him.|
|68b||16b||"Revenge of the Cat People"||Julien Magnat||September 21, 2012||N/A|
|Neferkitty returns and turns everybody in town to stone.|
|69a||17a||"The Garfield-Only Show"||Mark Evanier||September 24, 2012||0.40|
|Garfield fires all of the other characters, then finds it too exhausting to be the only one around.|
|69b||17b||"Filthy Fugitives"||Julien Magnat||September 24, 2012||0.40|
|When Garfield and Odie run away to avoid getting cleaned, Jon gives out a cash reward to whoever gives them a bath.|
|70a||18a||"Smartest Dog in the World"||Peter Berts||September 25, 2012||0.32|
|Mrs. Cauldron casts a spell on Odie that makes him smarter. It turns out to not go the way Odie expected.|
|70b||18b||"Farmer Garfield"||Peter Berts||September 25, 2012||0.32|
|Doc Boy takes his farm animals to Jon's house for him to look after.|
|71a||19a||"More Than Meets the Eye"||Peter Berts||September 26, 2012||0.51|
|Nathan tests out a device that can make one invisible.|
|71b||19b||"Fast Friends"||Julien Magnat||September 26, 2012||0.51|
|Garfield tries to become faster than Mrs. Ferret.|
|72a||20a||"Where's Odie"||Peter Berts||September 27, 2012||0.45|
|When Odie ends up staying with an old man, Garfield and his friends go look for him.|
|72b||20b||"Doggone Jon"||Mark Evanier||September 27, 2012||0.45|
|Jon becomes a dogcatcher after Al is fired.|
|73a||21a||"The Mysterious Machine"||Mark Evanier||September 28, 2012||0.43|
|Herman Post, Vito, and Nermal all worry about Garfield's new mysterious machine.|
|73b||21b||"Fitness Crazed"||Mark Evanier||September 28, 2012||0.43|
|Biff tries to get Garfield in shape, but when his girlfriend Emily breaks up with him, things only get worse.|
|"Little Trouble in Big China"||Julien Magnat||October 2, 2012||0.33|
|Garfield, Odie, and Nermal end up in China, where a treasure heist is planned.|
|76a||24a||"My Friend, Nermal"||Mark Evanier||October 3, 2012||0.31|
|After Garfield saves Nermal's life, Nermal becomes determined to return the favor, much to Garfield's chagrin.|
|76b||24b||"Take a Ferret to Lunch"||Mark Evanier||October 3, 2012||0.31|
|Nathan enlarges Mrs. Ferret with his newest invention.|
|77a||25a||"Bride and Broom"||Mark Evanier||October 4, 2012||0.43|
|Mrs. Cauldron's niece Winona wants to marry Doc Boy.|
|77b||25b||"Problems, Problems, Problems"||Peter Berts||October 4, 2012||0.43|
|Garfield's reputation for solving problems interferes with his plans to relax.|
|78a||26a||"Two Times the Trouble"||Mark Evanier||October 5, 2012||0.88|
|When Garfield runs away from Drusilla and Minerva, he encounters another pair of twins: Chester and Lester.|
|78b||26b||"The Great Trade-Off"||Julien Magnat||October 5, 2012||0.88|
|Garfield, Nermal, Bruno, and others are subjected to a personality swapping device from Dr. Puzzle.|
Season 4 (2015–16)Edit
The fourth season was announced to be in production in September 2012. The season premiered in the US, on Boomerang, starting October 6, 2015. The season first aired in Germany from October 26, 2013 to May 1, 2014. It also has seven five-part specials.
|Title||Written by||American air date ||US viewers|
|79a||1a||"Zoo Melody"||Mark Evanier||October 6, 2015||0.15|
Liz, Jon, Odie and Garfield go to a rich man's private zoo where he imprisons rare and endangered animals. After Garfield feeds all the animals and Liz and Jon find out he is planning on capturing a manzian white lion, they go to Africa to stop him.
|79b||1b||"Welcome to Africa"||Mark Evanier||October 6, 2015||0.15|
After a short reunion with Jon, Angie sets off to find her friend. Dirk Dinkum and his assistant sabotage their plane, leaving them stuck.
|80a||2a||"Life Outside"||Mark Evanier||October 13, 2015||0.19|
|80b||2b||"King of Cats"||Mark Evanier||October 20, 2015||0.25|
Liz overhears Dirk Dinkum firing his assistant and saying that he is going where the lion was. The monkeys and baboon introduce Garfield and Odie to the queen lion and her cubs. Dinkum then captures her, prompting the others to rescue her.
|81b||3a||"Familiar Familiar"||Julien Magnat||October 27, 2015||0.15|
Garfield meets Mrs. Cauldron's niece Abigail, who turns Odie into a bat to avoid getting in trouble at the Witchery School.
|81b||3b||"Witches Just Wanna Have Fun"||Julien Magnat||November 3, 2015||0.32|
Garfield, with help from a talking book, travels to the witchery world to save Odie.
|82a||4a||"The Heartless Witch"||Julien Magnat||November 10, 2015||0.26|
Abigail wishes for the book spirit to be free, and the spirit turns out to be the imprisoned Varicella (Mrs. Cauldron's sister, Abigail and Winona's aunt), who wants vengeance for being imprisoned for 1,000 years.
|82b||4b||"The Hall of Witchdom"||Julien Magnat||November 17, 2015||0.22|
Garfield, along with Odie and Winona (as a frog) aid Abigail to acquire three magical items before Varicella does.
|93a||5a||"Double Vision"||Peter Berts||November 24, 2015||0.30|
|Garfield tries to profit with special glasses invented by Professor Bonkers to see the future.|
|93b||5b||"My Cousin Petunia"||Julien Magnat||December 1, 2015||0.27|
|When Garfield finds out that the twins are being bullied, he helps them by dressing up. When he shows up, the twins present him as their cousin Petunia.|
|84a||6a||"Smartphones Too Smart"||Mark Evanier||July 4, 2016||N/A|
An alien from Socket, a planet with advanced technology, plots to rule over Earth after seeing how people are dependent on technology.
|84b||6b||"Men of Steel"||Mark Evanier||July 5, 2016||N/A|
Garfield is targeted by robots from Socket when he is seen as a threat.
|85a||7a||"Robot Rampage"||Mark Evanier||July 6, 2016||N/A|
While on the run from robots, Garfield finds out that magnetics can destroy the robots. He also gains help from an unexpected ally.
|85b||7b||"Rocket to Sprocket"||Mark Evanier||July 7, 2016||N/A|
When Garfield and Odie learn the aliens' story, they help them regain their freedom by going to planet Socket.
|86a||8a||"The Robot Revolution"||Mark Evanier||July 8, 2016||N/A|
After they arrive in Socket, Garfield and the others prepare for a final showdown.
|86b||8b||"Go West, Young Cat"||Mark Evanier||July 11, 2016||N/A|
|87a||9a||"Blazing Lasagna"||Mark Evanier||July 12, 2016||N/A|
Nermal has trouble finding an interesting idea for the movie, while Garfield gets into an eating competition with Bruno.
|87b||9b||"Showdown at Vito's"||Mark Evanier||July 13, 2016||N/A|
After the contest, Garfield gets invited to Ms. Kitty Litter's dressing room to set up a trap for Bruno. Arlene then ends up in the trap.
|88a||10a||"Life on the Stage"||Mark Evanier||July 14, 2016||N/A|
Garfield manages to save Arlene while Jon is fired. During the lunch break, Nermal wants to be in the movie.
|88b||10b||"All That Glitters…"||Mark Evanier||July 15, 2016||N/A|
The bad guys are on their way to Glitter Gulch when Ms. Kitty Litter tells Garfield, Jon and the others about their plan. They set out for a final confrontation, with Nermal as a late addition.
|89a||11a||"Scallywags and Scoundrels Sea"||Julien Magnat||July 18, 2016||N/A|
Garfield is a ship plundering pirate with a crew hungry for lasagna. Nermal, who is out to arrest him, ends up on a deserted island.
|89b||11b||"Adventures on Aruba Island"||Julien Magnat||July 19, 2016||N/A|
Garfield and Nermal find Jon stranded on the island with them and then told them about the Horn of Plenty, which gives anyone an unlimited amount of food. After escaping from the island, they catch up with the pirates that stole the ship and crew.
|90a||12a||"Escape"||Julien Magnat||July 20, 2016||N/A|
After convincing Lisa, the queen of pirates, to sail to a dangerous island with a missing map piece, the parrot's pirates and Nermal set a trap for them.
|90b||12b||"Feeding the Fish"||Julien Magnat||July 21, 2016||N/A|
|91a||13a||"Return of the Queen"||Julien Magnat||July 22, 2016||N/A|
The crew finds the Horn of Plenty.
|91b||13b||"The Rat Pack"||Mark Evanier||July 25, 2016||N/A|
When Mama Meanie opens up a line of restaurants with low quality food, they manage to put small restaurants such as Vito's out of business.
|92a||14a||"Tree's Company"||Mark Evanier||July 26, 2016||N/A|
After Eddie Gourmand talks about a lasagna tree in Italy, everyone heads to Italy to find it.
|92b||14b||"Roaming About Rome"||Mark Evanier||July 27, 2016||N/A|
On the plane flight, Vito's girlfriend Angelica says that she thinks Mama Meanie's goons are after him. After they meet with Vito, they go where Vito's cousin lives and find out that Vito's mother is there.
|93a||15a||"The Pasta Plant"||Mark Evanier||July 28, 2016||N/A|
While in the house, Mama Meanie's goons take the lasagna tree with Garfield and Odie napping in it, only to discover that it is a fake.
|93b||15b||"The Big Broadcast"||Mark Evanier||July 29, 2016||N/A|
After taking the tree away, Garfield and Odie eat the lasagna off the tree. They blackmail Vito's mother into giving the recipe, and Garfield manages to broadcast the truth about his restaurant.
|94a||16a||"Barking Mad"||Julien Magnat||August 1, 2016||N/A|
|Garfield explains to the viewers his situation involving a special collar that is tasked with discouraging the wearer from barking.|
|84b||16b||"Open the Cages"||Mark Evanier||August 2, 2016||N/A|
Garfield and the others make a plan to free the lion and all the other animals. The plan works when Dirk Dinkum's old assistant brings the male lion.
|85a||17a||"Bewitched and Bewildered"||Julien Magnat||August 3, 2016||N/A|
Varicella succeeds in using the Forbidden Moon Spell, but Garfield and the others will not give up without a fight.
|95b||17b||"Garfception"||Samuel Barksdale||August 4, 2016||N/A|
|Nathan uses his Dream Machine to give Garfield nightmares.|
|96a||18a||"For Mice"||Mark Evanier||August 5, 2016||N/A|
|Two mice go inside Garfield's house to watch a television channel meant for mice.|
|96b||18b||"Six-Can Solution"||Mark Evanier||August 8, 2016||N/A|
|Squeak offers to help Garfield clear his name after being accused of eating six cat food cans per day.|
|97a||19a||"Silence of the Sheep"||Julien Magnat||August 9, 2016||N/A|
|When Garfield has trouble falling asleep, sheep from the sandman's plane arrive. When they fail, he fires them. The sheep try to put everyone to sleep to prove themselves.|
|97b||19b||"Bulldog of Doom"||Samuel Barksdale||August 10, 2016||N/A|
|Garfield wants a pie on a window that is protected by the owner's bulldog.|
|98a||20a||"Mother Owl"||Samuel Barksdale||August 11, 2016||N/A|
|Jon and Liz go bird watching and leave Garfield and Odie two things to eat; after Garfield eats both, it became hard to find more food. Garfield is then mistaken for an owl's child.|
|98b||20b||"Call of the Wild"||Julien Magnat||August 15, 2016||0.21|
|99a||21a||"Into the Woods"||Julien Magnat||August 16, 2016||0.16|
Garfield and the others are stuck in the woods after the raccoons tie them up and steal their clothes, so they call their inner animal.
|99b||21b||"Nermal's First Kiss"||Julien Magnat||August 17, 2016||0.23|
Garfield, Odie and Nermal walk into the woods and follow a river. They fall down a waterfall and find a frog named Fa fan and an alligator named Monica. They trick them into making Nermal kiss Fa fan, then lead them to the desert.
|100a||22a||"Where Eagles Don't Dare"||Julien Magnat||August 18, 2016||N/A|
|100b||22b||"Ugly Coyotes"||Julien Magnat||August 19, 2016||N/A|
After Odie heard a weird sound, Clest St. Clare- the popular teen idol that the twins like- was on a road that they found and stop the limousine into a ditch and walk with her to find a group of coyotes.
|101a||23a||"Home Sweet Home"||Mark Evanier||August 22, 2016||N/A|
|Garfield, Jon, and Odie are entered into a contest to see who can stay in the house for a week.|
|101b||23b||"Whatever Happened to Aunt Ivy?"||Julien Magnat||August 23, 2016||N/A|
|Jon gets hurt, so Aunt Ivy comes over to stay.|
|102a||24a||"Delicious Donut Day"||Samuel Barksdale||August 24, 2016||N/A|
|Jon gets a box of donuts, and Garfield tries different ways to get them.|
|102b||24b||"Little Miss Mouse"||Mark Evanier||August 25, 2016||N/A|
|Garfield stays up all night watching movies and wants to go to sleep, but Mary Margaret (Squeak's niece) is late to Squeak's hike. Garfield plays game with her until Bruno captures her.|
|103a||25a||"Stink, Stank, Skunk!"||Julien Magnat||August 26, 2016||N/A|
|Garfield gets painted to look like a skunk, thinking that it will make life easier for him.|
|103b||25b||"Jon 2"||Julien Magnat||August 29, 2016||N/A|
|When Jon leaves the house, Garfield is happy while Odie misses Jon, so Garfield makes a second Jon.|
|104a||26a||"The Dog of My Cat"||Mark Evanier||August 30, 2016||N/A|
|Garfield tricks a dog who complains about everything into becoming a cat.|
|104b||26b||"World Without Me"||Mark Evanier||August 31, 2016||N/A|
|A depressed Garfield wants to be in a world where he never existed. Paddy the leprechaun shows him such a world.|
|105a||27a||"Fraidy Cat"||Mark Evanier||September 1, 2016||N/A|
|A doctor uses a machine to zap Garfield into being scared of everything about cats.|
|105b||27b||"The Very, Very Long Night"||Mark Evanier||September 2, 2016||N/A|
|After Jon leaves to pick up Eddie, Garfield, Odie and the twins watch a scary movie that Jon said not to watch.|
Season 5: Rodent Rebellion (2016)Edit
|Title||Written by||American air date||US viewers|
|"Rodent Rebellion"||Mark Evanier (story), & Julien Magnat (dialogs)||October 24, 2016||0.07|
Jon is framed for a series of robberies perpetuated by Ratzo. Garfield, Odie, and Squeak must get to the bottom of this mystery to prove that he is innocent.|
Note: This is the only forty-four-minute made-for-television movie in the series.
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