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'''Kitten And The Council''' is an episode from the sixth season of [[Garfield and Friends]].
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|Box title = The Kitten And The Council
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|Row 1 title = Airdate
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|Row 1 info = September 25, 1993
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|Row 2 title = Writer
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|Row 2 info = [[Mark Evanier]]
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'''Kitten And The Council''' is the third segment from the [[Garfield and Friends, S6EP92|ninety-second episode]] of [[Garfield and Friends]].
   
 
==Synopsis==
 
==Synopsis==
Nermal is ordered to come before the Kitty Council because he is just too cute- which fills Garfield with delight.
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Nermal is ordered to appear before the Kitty Council for being too cute, much to the delight of Garfield.
   
 
==Plot==
 
==Plot==
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While Garfield is asleep at home, Nermal grooms himself, before agreeing to help Jon change Garfield's bed blanket. Nermal frightens Garfield, while Jon quickly swaps the blankets. Having regained consciousness, Garfield notices the blanket he landed on, lacks the scent of pizza which gives him good dreams. Jon mentions that changing Garfield's bed blankets without Nermal's help is impossible to carry out.
   
==Major Characters==
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Nermal soon receives a letter from a Mail Cat before finding out that the Kitty Council have summoned him. Nermal immediately breaks down, much to Garfield's pleasure. Nermal does not find Garfield's outburst of joy funny. All night long, Nermal worry's about his fate, as Garfield uses the kitten's breakdown as revenge for waking him earlier. In the morning, Nermal reluctantly attends the council while Odie interrupts Garfield's dreams about a world without Nermal. Garfield soon realises that he forgot to set his alarm clock for Nermal's trial, so he quickly heads out, while Odie follows.
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* [[Nermal]]
 
   
==Minor Characters==
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During his trial at the Kitty Council, Nermal is accused of violating the "Feline Code's Article 6 of Paragraph 8 - Being Too Darn Cute". Nermal quickly confesses without any attempts of defending himself, before Garfield interrupts the trial to make sure Nermal loses. Having heard what Nermal has been accused of, Garfield claims that the way Nermal has shown off his cuteness is a felony. Being notified that Nermal has plead guilty, Garfield admits that he expected more fun from Nermal defending himself during the trial and leaves, hoping to never see Nermal again.
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The Kitty Council finds Nermal guilty of "Being Too Darn Cute" and other offenses including: "Playing with the ball of string, chasing his own tail, chasing a fly around the room and encouraging people to rub his tummy". Nermal confesses to all the deeds and even confesses to chasing crumbled up balls of paper across the room, while bursting into tears. The Council asks for the reason of his offenses, before Nermal shows the members a demonstration.
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Down the street beyond the council room, Nermal reveals the reason for breaking the Feline Code - people give Nermal fine quality food and considerable amounts of money for being cute. Meanwhile, Garfield thinks and jokes about the outcome of Nermal's trial, wondering if the penalty is 99 years for impersonating a real cat. Much to Garfield's amazement, it turns out that Nermal taught the council members to be cute. The council chairman, called "George" by Nermal, does his best to follow the teachings and admits, that all cats should behave like Nermal. Garfield then finally asks Odie if the latter can help him to become a dog, preferably a Cocker Spaniel.
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==Characters==
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=== Main Characters ===
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*[[Nermal]]
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*The Kitty Council members
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*[[Garfield (character)|Garfield]]
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*[[Odie]]
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=== Minor Characters ===
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* [[Jon Arbuckle]]
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* Mail Cat
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
* This episode is a follow-up to [[The Kitty Council]].
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*This episode is a follow-up from [[The Kitty Council]].
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Latest revision as of 03:06, June 15, 2019

Overview

Kitten And The Council is the third segment from the ninety-second episode of Garfield and Friends.

SynopsisEdit

Nermal is ordered to appear before the Kitty Council for being too cute, much to the delight of Garfield.

PlotEdit

While Garfield is asleep at home, Nermal grooms himself, before agreeing to help Jon change Garfield's bed blanket. Nermal frightens Garfield, while Jon quickly swaps the blankets. Having regained consciousness, Garfield notices the blanket he landed on, lacks the scent of pizza which gives him good dreams. Jon mentions that changing Garfield's bed blankets without Nermal's help is impossible to carry out.

Nermal soon receives a letter from a Mail Cat before finding out that the Kitty Council have summoned him. Nermal immediately breaks down, much to Garfield's pleasure. Nermal does not find Garfield's outburst of joy funny. All night long, Nermal worry's about his fate, as Garfield uses the kitten's breakdown as revenge for waking him earlier. In the morning, Nermal reluctantly attends the council while Odie interrupts Garfield's dreams about a world without Nermal. Garfield soon realises that he forgot to set his alarm clock for Nermal's trial, so he quickly heads out, while Odie follows.

During his trial at the Kitty Council, Nermal is accused of violating the "Feline Code's Article 6 of Paragraph 8 - Being Too Darn Cute". Nermal quickly confesses without any attempts of defending himself, before Garfield interrupts the trial to make sure Nermal loses. Having heard what Nermal has been accused of, Garfield claims that the way Nermal has shown off his cuteness is a felony. Being notified that Nermal has plead guilty, Garfield admits that he expected more fun from Nermal defending himself during the trial and leaves, hoping to never see Nermal again.

The Kitty Council finds Nermal guilty of "Being Too Darn Cute" and other offenses including: "Playing with the ball of string, chasing his own tail, chasing a fly around the room and encouraging people to rub his tummy". Nermal confesses to all the deeds and even confesses to chasing crumbled up balls of paper across the room, while bursting into tears. The Council asks for the reason of his offenses, before Nermal shows the members a demonstration.

Down the street beyond the council room, Nermal reveals the reason for breaking the Feline Code - people give Nermal fine quality food and considerable amounts of money for being cute. Meanwhile, Garfield thinks and jokes about the outcome of Nermal's trial, wondering if the penalty is 99 years for impersonating a real cat. Much to Garfield's amazement, it turns out that Nermal taught the council members to be cute. The council chairman, called "George" by Nermal, does his best to follow the teachings and admits, that all cats should behave like Nermal. Garfield then finally asks Odie if the latter can help him to become a dog, preferably a Cocker Spaniel.

CharactersEdit

Main Characters Edit

Minor Characters Edit

TriviaEdit


Garfield and Friends
Episodes

Season 1: "Peace & Quiet" "Wanted: Wade" "Garfield Goes Hawaiian" "Box O' Fun" "Unidentified Flying Orson" "School Daze" "Nighty Nightmare" "Banana Nose" "Ode to Odie" "Fraidy Cat" "Shell Shocked Sheldon" "Nothing To Sneeze At" "Garfield's Moving Experience" "Wade: You're Afraid" "Good Mousekeeping" "Identity Crisis" "The Bad Sport" "Up a Tree" "Weighty Problem" "The Worm Turns" "Good Cat Bad Cat" "Cabin Fever" "Return of Power Pig" "Fair Exchange" "The Binky Show" "Keeping Cool" "Don't Move!" "Magic Mutt" "Short Story" "Monday Misery" "Best of Breed" "National Tapioca Pudding Day" "All About Odie" "Caped Avenger" "Shy Fly Guy" "Green Thumbs Down" "Forget Me Not" "I Like Having You Around!" "Sales Resistance"

Season 2: "Pest of a Guest" "The Impractical Joker" "Fat & Furry" "Rip Van Kitty" "Grabbity" "The Big Catnap" "The Great Getaway" "Scrambled Eggs" "Hansel and Garfield" "The Sludge Monster" "Fortune Kooky" "Heatwave Holiday" "One Good Fern Deserves Another" "Goody-Go-Round" "The Black Book" "The Legend of the Lake" "Double Oh Orson" "Health Feud" "Binky Gets Cancelled!" "Show Stoppers" "Cutie and the Beast" "The Lasagna Zone" "Sleepytime Pig" "Yojumbo" "Pros and Cons" "Rooster Revenge" "Lights! Camera! Garfield!" "Polecat Flats" "Hogcules" "Brain Boy" "Maine Course" "No Laughing Matter" "Attack of the Mutant Guppies" "Robodie" "First Aid Wade" "Video Victim" "The Curse of Klopman" "Mud Sweet Mud" "Rainy Day Dreams" "Basket Brawl" "Origin of Power Pig" "Cactus Jake Rides Again" "Binky Goes Bad!" "Barn of Fear" "Mini-Mall Matters" "Attention-Getting Garfield" "Swine Trek" "It Must Be True!" "Arrivaderci, Odie!" "Gort Goes Good" "Feeling Feline" "The Bear Facts" "Nothing To Be Afraid Of" "The Big Talker" "Cactus Makes Perfect" "Hogcules II" "Crime and Nourishment" "T.V. of Tomorrow" "Little Red Riding Egg" "Well Fed Feline" "Invasion of the Big Robots" "Shelf Esteem" "Housebreak Hotel" "First Class Feline" "Hamelot" "How to Be Funny!" "Mystic Manor" "Flop Goes the Weasel" "The Legend of Long Jon" "China Cat" "Cock-a-Doodle Dandy" "Beach Blanket Bonzo" "Lemon Aid" "Hog Noon" "Video Airlines" "The Mail Animal" "Peanut-Brained Rooster" "Mummy Dearest"

Season 3: "Skyway Robbery" "The Bunny Rabbits is Coming!" "Close Encounters of the Garfield Kind" "Astrocat" "Cock-A-Doodle Duel" "Cinderella Cat" "Ship Shape" "Barn of Fear II" "Break a Leg" "Twice Told Tale" "Orson Goes On Vacation" "Wedding Bell Blues" "Clean Sweep" "Secrets of the Animated Cartoon" "How the West was Lost" "Binky Gets Cancelled Again!" "Orson's Diner" "Flat Tired" "Return of the Buddy Bears" "Much Ado About Lanolin" "Reigning Cats and Dogs" "Fit for a King" "Ben Hog" "Dessert in the Desert" "Hound of the Arbuckles" "Read Alert" "Urban Arbuckle" "Odielocks and the Three Cats" "Quack to the Future" "Beddy Buy" "Count Lasagna" "Mystery Guest" "Rodent Rampage" "The Feline Felon" "The Legal Eagle" "The Cactus Saga" "D.J. Jon" "Cornfinger" "Five Minute Warning" "Wonderful World" "The Orson Awards" "The Garfield Workout" "All Things Fat and Small" "Robin Hog" "Hare Replacement" "Stick to It" "Orson in Wonderland" "For Cats Only" "Mistakes Will Happen" "The Well Dweller" "The Wise Man" "Star Struck" "Election Daze" "Dirty Business"

Season 4: "Moo Cow Mutt" "Big Bad Buddy Bird" "Angel Puss" "Trial and Error" "An Egg-Citing Story" "Supermarket Mania" "The Legend of Cactus Jupiter" "Birthday Boy Roy" "Jukebox Jon" "Squeak Previews" "Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Wade" "A Tall Tale" "Frankenstein Feline" "Weatherman Wade" "Fill-in Feline" "Polar Pussycat" "Over the Rainbow" "Remote Possibilities" "Night of the Living Laundromat" "Fast Food" "Cash and Carry" "Speed Trap" "Flights of Fantasy" "Castaway Cat" "Mind Over Matter" "Orson at the Bat" "The Multiple-Choice Cartoon" "Galactic Gamesman Garfield" "Sly Spy Guy" "The Thing That Stayed Forever" "Bouncing Baby Blues" "The Ugly Duckling" "Learning Lessons" "Robodie II" "For Butter or Worse" "Annoying Things" "Guaranteed Trouble" "Fan Clubbing" "A Jarring Experience" "The Idol of Id" "Bedtime Story Blues" "Mama Manicotti" "The Pizza Patrol" "The Son Also Rises" "Rolling Romance" "The Automated, Animated Adventure" "It's a Wonderful Wade" "Truckin' Odie"

Season 5: "Home Away From Home" "Rainy Day Robot" "Odie the Amazing" "Taste Makes Waist" "The Wolf Who Cried Boy" "Day Of Doom" "Home Sweet Swindler" "Forget-Me-Not Newton" "The Great Inventor" "Country Cousin" "The Name Game" "The Carnival Curse" "The First Annual Garfield Watchers Test" "Stark Raven Mad" "The Record Breaker" "Renewed Terror" "Badtime Story" "Tooth or Dare" "The Kitty Council" "The Bo Show" "Bad Neighbor Policy" "Canvas Back Cat" "Make Believe Moon" "The Creature That Lived In The Refrigerator, Behind the Mayonnaise, Next to the Ketchup and to the Left of the Cole Slaw" "Dummy Of Danger" "Sooner or Later" "Jumping Jon" "Cute for Loot" "The Caverns of Cocoa" "Dream Date" "The Worst Pizza in the History of Mankind" "Jack II - The Rest of the Story" "The Garfield Opera" "Airborne Odie" "Once Upon a Time Warp" "Bride and Broom" "The Cartoon Cat Conspiracy" "Who Done It?" "The Picnic Panic" "Sound Judgment" "Gross Encounters" "The Perils of Penelope" "Ghost of a Chance" "Roy Gets Sacked" "Revenge of the Living Lunch!" "Super Sonic Seymour" "A Mildly Mental Mix-Up" "The Garfield Rap"

Season 6: "A Vacation From His Senses" "The Incredibly Stupid Swamp Monster" "Dread Giveaway" "The Wright Stuff" "Orson Express" "Safe at Home" "Jon The Barbarian" "Uncle Roy to the Rescue" "Kitten and the Council" "Next Door Nuisance" "What's It All About, Wade?" "Bigfeetz" "Canine Conspiracy" "Snow Wade and the 77 Dwarfs Part 1" "The Genuine Article" "The Best Policy" "Snow Wade and the 77 Dwarfs Part 2" "Fishy Feline" "The Pie-Eyed Piper" "Fine Feathered Funny Man" "Sweet Tweet Treat" "The Floyd Story" "How Now, Stolen Cow?" "The Second Penelope Episode" "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Mouse" "Payday Mayday" "How to Drive Humans Crazy" "Date of Disaster" "A Little Time Off" "The Longest Doze" "Stairway to Stardom" "Return of The Incredibly Stupid Swamp Monster" "The Life and Times of the Lasagna Kid" "Magic, Monsters, and Manicotti" "The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere's Duck" "Unreal Estate" "Lost and Foundling" "Winter Wonderland" "Films and Felines" "The Garfield Musical" "Mind Over Melvin" "Madman Meets His Match" "Knights and Daze" "Holiday Happening" "Jailbird Jon" "The Third Penelope Episode" "Hare Force" "Garfield's Garbage Can and Tin Pan Alley Revue"

Season 7: "The Legend of Jonny Ragweedseed" "Grape Expectations Part 1" "Catch As Cats Can't" "A Matter of Conscience" "Grape Expectations Part 2" "Top Ten" "Change Of Mind" "Temp Trouble" "The Perfect Match" "My Fair Feline" "Double Trouble Talk" "Half-Baked Alaska" "Puss In Hi-Tops" "Egg Over Easy Part 1" "The Beast From Beyond" "Model Behavior" "Egg Over Easy Part 2" "Another Ant Episode" "The Guy of Her Dreams" "The Discount of Monte Cristo" "The Fairy Dogmother" "The Stand Up Mouse" "Daydream Doctor" "Happy Garfield Day" "Sit on It" "Kiddie Korner" "Brainwave Broadcast" "Suburban Jungle" "The Thing in the Box" "The Feline Philosopher" "Thoroughly Mixed-Up Mouse" "The Old Man of the Mountain" "Food Fighter" "The Jelly Roger" "The Farmyard Feline Philosopher" "Dogmother 2" "Alley Katta and the 40 Thieves" "If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Alpha Centauri" "Clash of the Titans" "Canned Laughter" "Deja Vu" "The Man Who Hated Cats" "The Horror Hostess Part 1" "Newsworthy Wade" "The Horror Hostess Part 2" "Arbuckle the Invincible" "The Monster Who Couldn't Scare Anybody" "The Ocean Blue"

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