Garfield becomes obsessed with creating fantasies out of everyday life, and in one fantasy, he and Odie must retrieve the "Banana of Bombay".
More to Come.
- Jon Arbuckle
- Waiter (voiced by Gregg Berger)
- Airplane Passengers
- Bar Men
- This is the first television special with music by David Benoit and Desirée Goyette.
- This is the first television special animated at Wang Film Productions.
- This is the only CBS special where Lou Rawls does not appear.
- "Garfield's Comin' to Town" performed by Lorenzo Music.
- "As Time Goes By" performed by Desirée Goyette.
- While walking through a hallway, Garfield left whiskers are missing.
- When Fat Guy shows Lance his half of the ankh, the ankh has no lining at its bottom.
- When Lance pulls a waiter's face, the waiter's bow tie changes from black to gray.
- After arriving in the jungle, a few of Lance's walking animations are missing.
- When Fat Guy and Rameet are shown to be following Lance and Slobberjob, Fat Guy's monobrow is discolored.
- While sliding down a trap, The mouth below Lance's tongue is discolored pink.