ITS TIME TO KICK ODIE OFF THE TABLE
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It’s definitely Shambala. If you’ve heard it, you know the part I’m talking about.
Sounds like it could be the chorus to “Shambala” by Three DOG Night.
If you examine the third panel closely, you’ll notice it contains 44 candles. This most likely means that Jim Davis is acknowledging that Garfield’s first appearance was in 1976, in the comic strip “Jon”.
Odie is starting to look really tired of these “Ask a Dog” letters.
He isn’t that brain-dead.
Maybe it was on low heat?
Seconds later, Odie bursts into loud, agonized tears as he realizes the excruciating pain of the burns that have covered nearly his whole body as a result of Garfield’s prank.
A cat who likes food. O_O AMAZING.
1982. His back feet get bigger in mid-1983.