Jon: *walks down the street in his work clothes humming the "Garfield and Friends" theme song until he reaches his house*
Salesman: *laughs* What luck, I get to take a vacation. Hey pal, if you're selling stuff, try that house. They'll buy anything. *walks away*
*Garfield is seen in the house, admiring something just as Jon slams the door, alerting him*
Garfield: You slammed?
Jon: What did you buy this time? What useless overpriced piece of junk did you spend my money on?
*Garfield directs him and Jon gasps*
Jon: A lifesize statue of Leonardo da Vinci made out of elbow macaroni?
Garfield: Don't tell me, you already have one?
Jon: Garfield, you have to stop buying everything you see. Look what you bought this week; an indoor plastic birdbath, a 27-year supply of dental floss, a battery operated battery changer that's only good for changing it's own batteries.
Garfield: It was on sale
Jon: No more! You understand? No more! Now I'm going out again, if you buy one more thing while I'm gone, no lasagna for the rest of your life.