The Garfield Show (2008) - Animation, Comedy, Family

Hohum Score

74

Boring

A lasagne-loving pussycat adventures and explores the differences between good and bad, and right and wrong.

IMDB: 5.3
Director:
Stars: Frank Welker, Wally Wingert
Length: 25 Minutes
PG Rating: TV-Y7
Reviews: 7 out of 30 found boring (23.33%)

One-line Reviews (13)

I mean Garfield and Odie embarking on a exciting expedition, trying to steal a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, guarded by a Lephracon.

What makes Garfield stand out from other modern cartoons is that it doesn't try too hard to be funny, so that you can focus on the engaging storyline without too many pointless jokes.

This Show is a Disgrace to the Garfield Franchise the First Garfield The Original Garfield Cartoon that first aired in the 80s was such a Classicbut this one is Bad The Characters Look Terrible in CGI The Soundtrack is Terrible the Episodes are awful and the Animation was Horrible talk about the characters, Garfield was not funny in this CGI Cartoon hes rude, loud and very annoying but hes seriously not funny Nermal Ruined the series because hes one of the most annoying characters ever and this show has no plot at allthis is one of the worst cartoons that first aired in the Late 2000s so Stay away from that cartoonwant to watch a cartoon with your young siblings try avatar the last airbender or my little pony friendship is magic

This show however wasn't made for adults, you can obviously tell with all the cliché jokes and the same plot line.

Slow paced and lethargic, wandering and pointless.

While "Garfield and Friends" had a clever sense of humor which made it enjoyable for kids and adults alike, "The Garfield Show" is way more childish, with more simplistic jokes and stories.

Jon, instead of being an awkward, moronic sort of man, is a flailing pushover and frankly, boring.

Bland and forgettable .

The stories for each episodes are too bland (some use the same plot from the original Garfield in a different way).

Also some of the stories are a little unoriginal and predictable.

If you've been witnessing the slow but sure descent of Jim Davis's classic comic strip into repetitive, agoraphobic oblivion with the same sickening disgust as I have, well then get ready for his new TV show.

Boring, clichè and random .

The plot of each episode while silly remain fun and unpredictable.