Garfield, Jon, and Odie go to Jon's grandmother's house for Christmas, where Garfield finds a present for Grandma.
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The voice of "Doc Boy" was voiced by David L Lander, who also played Squiggy in the sitcom Laverne and Shirley. See more
When Garfield, Jon, and Odie park in front of the farm house, their car is visible. Later on, when the family is around the piano singing "Christmas is Here" and we see one shot of the house from the outside, their car is gone. This is also seen in the rest of the outside shots of the house for the rest of the show. See more
Isn't this wonderful? The whole family together again for the holidays. We're going to have such a splendid Christmas. Oh, I'm so happy I could just burst!
Oh, put a sock in it, dearie.
[carrying Garfield to the kitchen
Let's go finish dinner.
I can see Grandma and I going to get along just fine.
In addition to different animation when Grandma talks to Garfield about Grandpa, the original 1987 version features some slightly extended scenes that were removed in 1991 to make room for the "O Christmas Tree" addition. These scenes include: · An extended sequence of Jon, Odie, and Garfield leaving their home for the farm (showing the car start, pull out of the driveway, and travel down a street before leaving the city limits). · Grandma feeds Garfield and Odie potatoes from the table before feeding them meat. · Dad's reaction to Grandma's comment about eating for two is shorter. · The music and sequence of the family going to bed for the night is slightly longer, showing the lights in the house going off. · The musical intro to "You Can Never Find an Elf When You Need One" is longer. See more
Gimmie, Gimmie, Gimmie, Gimmie
Performed by Lou Rawls See more