Garfield by Jim Davis for April 20, 2001

  1. Image
    Dark ages  almost 11 years ago

    How do they live!?!?!?!?!?

     •  Reply
  2. Large ghdjn7cbcaa ckw
    glowing-steak32  over 8 years ago

    Please tell me one of them’s at least a movie channel!

     •  Reply
  3. Garfielddaily20170419
    Vetsworldwide3327  almost 5 years ago

    Non cable in a nutshell

     •  Reply
  4. Aoh14gie5gshrqcphu6gcf9zcxezjcnv8erdj39yqtbowg
    captain asian  over 3 years ago
    better than when they only had the laundry machine to watch
     •  Reply
  5. Missing large
    ComicStripDude  about 3 years ago

    It’s 2001. They should have, like, seven channels, thanks to Fox, PBS, WB, and UPN…

     •  Reply
  6. Photo
    CodySheets  almost 3 years ago

    Been there, done that. My great-grandmother lived in an area where the only utilities other than power were the phone company. Where she lived, you could only pick up like three channels OTA, even in the post-digital years. Most people in that area had a satellite dish for TV, and that was also the only internet offered there until about 5-6 years ago. Eventually, the small telephone company (pretty much, the only one not yet absorbed into Verizon/GTE around here) about a year or two after she passed away started to also offer internet and TV service; and the relative who currently owns the place got TV as soon as it was offered.

    At least it wasn’t that bad, as ca. 2008 or so the OTA/basic networks hadn’t yet ditched Saturday morning kids shows for the bland super low-budget E/I garbage on now. While cable is offered where I live (about 5 minutes outside of a town of 5000), we can’t get anything OTA here, even with a modern digital antenna and a modern TV due to living right in the Appalachian Mountains.

     •  Reply
  7. 53e5dfeaed76c89f103c3646a8370c88
    Odie's best friend  over 2 years ago

    take a deep breath garfield

     •  Reply
Sign in to comment

More From Garfield