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Reviewed in the United States on February 18, 2021
One of the things that I do love about classic comics is that they never get old with time, they have gotten better. That has been the case with Peanuts over the years, and recently rebooted Snoopy Show for Apple TV. But that also can be said with Garfield too. Garfield was big in the late 70's and 80's, thanks to Garfield & Friends, and the comics that Jim Davis had made about America's favorite feline. But that was also revisited in part with The Garfield Show back in the late 2000's. The show was done as a new generation began to watch the comedic humor and joy Garfield showed to a new audience. There are just so many wonderful episodes here that work such as It's A Cheese World which Garfield and his mice friends go to a amusement park that claims to be made of cheese, and Extreme Housebreaking, when Garfield behaves badly, Jon Arbuckle forces him to see a TV doctor that claims to help with animals, and instead abuses Garfield in the process for money. I loved watching these shorts when I first saw them on the Boomerang Channel a few years ago, and they are just absolutely wonderful to joy. Too bad, they have been overlooked of all of Garfield's legacy for this generation. But truthfully, The Garfield Show is a absolute treat to enjoy. If you love enjoying the Garfield comics over the years, you should watch The Garfield Show. I absolutely recommend it.