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|Row 1 info = November 9, 1991
 
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'''The Automated, Animated Adventure''' is an episode from the fourth season of [[Garfield and Friends]].
 
'''The Automated, Animated Adventure''' is an episode from the fourth season of [[Garfield and Friends]].
   
 
==Synopsis==
 
==Synopsis==
 
 
When Jon wants to make a cartoon series with Garfield, an animator uses the opportunity to demonstrate new computer animation.
 
When Jon wants to make a cartoon series with Garfield, an animator uses the opportunity to demonstrate new computer animation.
   
 
==Plot==
 
==Plot==
 
 
   
 
==Major Characters==
 
==Major Characters==
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*[[Garfield]]
* [[Garfield]]
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*[[Jon]]
* [[Jon]]
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*[[Odie]]
* [[Odie]]
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*[[Mr. Sprocket]]
* [[Mr. Sprocket]]
 
   
 
==Minor Characters==
 
==Minor Characters==
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*Announcer (voiced by [[Gregg Berger]])
* Announcer (voiced by [[Gregg Berger]])
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*[[Edward Arbuckle|Uncle Ed]] (mentioned)
* [[Edward Arbuckle|Uncle Ed]] (mentioned)
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*[[The Buddy Bears]] (cameo appearance)
* [[The Buddy Bears]] (cameo appearance)
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*Cop (voiced by [[Brian Cummings]])
* Cop (voiced by [[Brian Cummings]])
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*Firefighter
* Fire Fighter
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*Boy (voiced by [[Thom Huge]])
* Boy (voiced by [[Thom Huge]])
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*Girl (voiced by [[June Foray]])
* Girl (voiced by [[June Foray]])
 
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
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*The plot of the episode would be reused, in updated form, for the [[The Garfield Show|Garfield Show]] episode [[The Non-Garfield Show]].
* The plot of the episode would be reused (and updated) in the [[The Garfield Show|Garfield Show]] episode [[The Non-Garfield Show]].
 
   
 
===Cultural References===
 
===Cultural References===
 
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* When Garfield is being reformatted into a new cartoon look, among the models used are ''Astro Boy'' (as the title character) and ''The Simpsons'' (as Bart Simpson).
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*When Garfield is being reformatted into a new cartoon look, among the models used are the title character of ''Astro Boy'' and Bart Simpson from ''The Simpsons''.
* At one point, Mr. Sprocket proposes making "Baby Garfield" as part of "the newest trend in cartoon shows," referring to "baby/child versions" of familiar characters, such as ''Muppet Babies'' and ''Tom & Jerry Kids''.
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*At one point, Mr. Sprocket proposes making "Baby Garfield" as part of "the newest trend in cartoon shows". This alludes to "baby/child versions" of familiar characters, such as ''Muppet Babies'' and ''Tom & Jerry Kids''.
 
[[Category:Garfield and Friends episodes, Season 4]]
 
[[Category:Garfield and Friends episodes, Season 4]]
 
[[Category:Garfield and Friends]]
 
[[Category:Garfield and Friends]]

Revision as of 21:52, September 26, 2015

The Automated, Animated Adventure is an episode from the fourth season of Garfield and Friends.

Synopsis

When Jon wants to make a cartoon series with Garfield, an animator uses the opportunity to demonstrate new computer animation.

Plot

Major Characters

Minor Characters

Trivia

Cultural References

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  • When Garfield is being reformatted into a new cartoon look, among the models used are the title character of Astro Boy and Bart Simpson from The Simpsons.
  • At one point, Mr. Sprocket proposes making "Baby Garfield" as part of "the newest trend in cartoon shows". This alludes to "baby/child versions" of familiar characters, such as Muppet Babies and Tom & Jerry Kids.
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