Garfield & Friends

Season 4 Episode 63

Over the Rainbow

Aired Saturday 9:00 AM Sep 28, 1991 on CBS
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Episode Summary

Over the Rainbow
Roy goes to the end of the rainbow to find the pot of gold, but finds a leprechaun with not a pot of gold, but a filthy sock. In the style of "Let's Make a Deal," he offers Roy a choice between a brand new luxury car, fame and fortune (including one skillion dollars and a mansion on a plot of land formerly known as North Carolina), or what's behind Door #3.moreless

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Julie Payne

Julie Payne


Gregg Berger

Gregg Berger

voice of Odie/Floyd Mouse/Mailman/Madman Murray/Orson Pig/Weasel

Greg Berg

Greg Berg

Additional Voices

Frank Welker

Frank Welker

Bo/ Booker/ Sheldon/ Fred Duck/ Mort/ Edward R. Furrow

Howard Morris

Howard Morris

Wade Duck/ Wart

Lorenzo Music

Lorenzo Music


Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (1)

    • Roy: A Dirty Sock? (Sarcasticly) This is so much better than a pot of gold.
      Haime: Or you could trade it for what's behind the curtain.
      Roy: Boy what a decision. Sure, I'll trade. Probably wind up with 2 dirty socks.
      Haime: Johnny, me boy-o, tell him what he's won.
      Johnny: That I will, Haime.
      (curtain #1 opens to reveal, to Roy's surprise...)
      Johnny: It's a new car! Yes, it's the Pot of Gold Luxury Sedan. It comes complete with power steering, power brakes, power seats, power hubcaps, and power more. With tax and licensing, it sells for a whole heap of money, and it's all yours, courtesy of "The End of the Rainbow"! Back to you, Haime!

  • NOTES (1)

    • Rod Roddy, who provides the voice for Johnny the announcer, is best-known as the announcer of "Press Your Luck" and "The Price is Right" until 2003, when he passed away.


    • The Game show called "Over the Rainbow".

      The way you play Over the Rainbow is very similar to Let's Make a Deal Hosted by Monty Hall.

    • N/A: N/A: Somewhere Over the Rainbow.
      The episode title comes from a song in "The Wizard of Oz" called "Somewhere over the Rainbow."