ITS TIME TO KICK ODIE OFF THE TABLE
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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.
I feel like Odie deserves a thought bubble every once in a while. He thought “I’m hungry” once in 1980, so he’s capable of thinking.
Odie has been shown to know how to read in “Garfield and Friends”.
Then again, I think Odie is a bit smarter in the cartoon.
Odie refuses to let a little piece of paper stop him from being a dog.
I think he usually just screamed, “AHH SHUT UP!!!” and punched him in the face or something.