A musical tale. Jon, Garfield and Odie visit a beach that is in danger from a shark. Garfield's scheme to get pizza delivered from the shore lands the three in peril as the shark starts to eat their boat.
Garfield figures out that the shark was attacking because it was hungry, so they arrange to have the shark fed pizza whenever it's hungry. The episode's ending also reveal that the singing narrator of the story was the shark himself.
Garfield gets Jon a date with a famous woman. But there's more to this woman than meets the eye.
A new man, called Theodore Block, moves to the Garfield's neighbourhood. When Jon and Garfield try to say hello to the new neighbour, he pushes them away by just a simple reason: he hates cats.moreless
The classic Arabian Knights told is retold with Garfield and Jon as the heroes and a sultan who has the personality of Ray Jay Johnson.
A TV's repairer technician returns to his origins and decides to become in a pirate, as one on his ancestors. Then he attacks Jon, Odie and Garfield, who are in a "boat" which Jon boughts.moreless
Floyd's friend, Irwyn, wants to be a cat. So when Garfield honors Irwin honory feline, trouble starts to brew with Irwin the mouse/cat.
Jon is babysitting his preteen valley girl niece who sneaks out of the house. Garfield and Odie follow her into a mall where chaos ensues.
Garfield watches a secret TV Cat channel that explains that cats have to sit on something that humans are interested in and refuse to budge. Hearing this Garfield decides to sit on Jon's Spanish Book that he is studying.moreless
In yet another musical episode, Penelope and Garfield get together for a date and Penelope tires of Garfield only wanting to eat all the time. She wanders off into multiple fantasy sequences in which Garfield is a daring adventure hero in the jungle, the wild west, and in a 1930s mystery. Garfield explains he can't be all these fantasy things she wants him to be, and she shouldn't expect him to because he doesn't expect her to be anything other than what she is.moreless
Tired of waiting for Garfield to give him a call, Floyd rents out his mouse hole to a Mouse who loves comedy.
Garfield's version of the tale "Puss-in-Boots"
A supermodel pretends to be interested in Jon so she can have Garfield for herself.
Nermal notices a shooting star in the sky and she wishes that Garfield was like her. But the things don't result like she expected...
A cricket looking for work talks Garfield into letting him be his conscience after showing him the book "Pinocchio". However, Garfield's new-found conscience gets him into more trouble than he himself ever could.moreless
In an attempt to appease his girlfriend, Jon tries to get tickets to a sporting event where a huge gorilla called Boulder awaits his next challenger. But his letter gets mixed up with challengers and the producers of the show believe that he wants to fight with Boulder.moreless
While dining at Mama's Restaurant where Penelope lives, Penelope asks Garfield if they may get married one day. Garfield runs away at the mention of marriage and both he and Penelope imagine what marriage would be like, with terrifying results laid in store for both of them.moreless
After Jon applies yet another collar and tag to Odie, he goes off hiding expecting Garfield to seek him. In the process he gets lost and picked up by a girl whose overworking and often neglectful father won't allow her a puppy, and puts him in her doll carriage passing him off as a toy.moreless
In song, Garfield comes to pick Penelope up for a date; but Penelope is bored with Garfield just hanging around the restaurant eating lasagna, and falls for a hip rock and roller cat. Garfield decides he's going to have to liven up his own musical talents to win back Penelope's affection.moreless
Garfield tells the story of how he used to be famous.
Jon stayed up all night playing a wizard and dungeon game and forgot to make breakfast. While Garfield tries to get food ordered, Jon dreams himself as the game's hero, with an enchanted cat, on a journey to find the Bottomless Wallet.moreless
Through a computer dating service, Jon meets Jean Arbinkle, who turns out to be the female equivalent of himself.
Garfield tells the story of the Pie-eyed Piper, a cat who was able to rid a small town of all its mice, but gets continually "pie-ed" in the process.
Odie is surrounded by accident in a band of dogs that rob handbags, and Garfield tries to clean the honor of his friend.
When Garfield makes Jon's car crash he takes it to a repair shop. When Jon asks his insurance company to pay for it, they refuse.
After Garfield drives his neighbors away, a loud singer named Larry Lark moves in, depriving Garfield of peace and quiet.