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Dr. Liz Wilson (Character)
from Garfield on the Town (1983) (TV)

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Alternate Names:
Dr.Liz Wilson / Liz


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  1. "The Nostalgia Critic"
    ... aka "Nostalgia Critic" - USA (sixth season title)
        - Garfield the Movie (2015) TV episode, Played by Tamara Chambers (as Liz)
  2. "The Garfield Show"
        - A Gripping Tale/Wicked Wishes (2011) TV episode, Played by Julie Payne (as Dr.Liz Wilson)
  3. "Robot Chicken"
        - Kramer Vs. Showgirls (2011) TV episode, Played by Olivia Munn

  4. Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties (2006) Played by Jennifer Love Hewitt (as Liz)
    ... aka "Garfield 2" - Australia, Singapore (English title), UK, USA (working title)
  5. Garfield (2004) Played by Jennifer Love Hewitt (as Liz)
    ... aka "Garfield: The Movie" - USA (promotional title)

  6. Garfield's Thanksgiving (1989) (TV) Played by Julie Payne
  7. "Garfield and Friends"
        - The Lasagna Zone/U.S. Acres: Sleepytime Pig/Yojumbo (1989) TV episode, Played by Julie Payne
        - Fraidy Cat/U.S. Acres: Shell Shocked Sheldon/Nothing to Sneeze At (1988) TV episode, Played by Julie Payne
  8. Garfield on the Town (1983) (TV) Played by Julie Payne

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From Garfield's Thanksgiving (1989) (TV)
Jon Arbuckle: Interestingly enough, it was Abraham Lincoln who officially proclaimed the last Thursday of November as Thanksgiving in 1863, you see. Now get this: in Canada, they celebrate Thanksgiving, too, but it's *not* on the fourth Thursday of November. They celebrate it on the second Monday of October. Isn't that wild?
Dr. Liz Wilson: [yawning] I have no idea.
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