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This sometimes very funny and sometimes highly emotional anthology follows Garfield's nine lives throughout history, from his first life as a prehistoric cat-Neanderthal to his ninth life as an astronaut in a jam.
Garfield and his owner, Jon Arbuckle, are in a rut. Life for them is a complete bore. They both need a life. Jon tries several unsuccessful times to get a date. Then he attends a class for the personality impaired where he meets a young woman and all seems to be great for Jon, but Garfield starts to feel neglected and left out. Written by
On an ordinary day, Garfield and Jon Arbuckle are more bored than before.
Jon Arbuckle finds out that he doesn't have a life. And decides to do something about it by making better use of himself like going to night clubs and finding a woman to be with.
Unfortunately he doesn't have what it takes as he still thinks Disco was still in style, and gets a beating when flirting with women. Garfield accompanies him and just watches him fail every time.
So Jon Arbuckle decides to get some help at a Social center to learn how to be an out standing guy and what not. But will it really be worth it? This is pretty much a Jon Arbuckle TV movie, but the sarcasm of Garfield and performances of Frank Welker makes this one worth viewing. The last of the Garfield TV movies but it's still a memorable one.
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