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Jumbo Shrimpy is an episode from the second season of The Garfield Show.

Synopsis

Garfield tries to help an elephant escape from Dr. Whipple.

Jumbo Shrimpy

Plot

Jon, Garfield, and Odie come to the TV station, to see Dr. Whipple's new TV show, featuring an elephant by the name of Shrimpy. Shrimpy is depressed as he's told by the doctor to do a variety of tricks, like dancing, and lifting Dr. Whipple with his trunk. As Garfield goes to find something to eat, he gets a sandwich, as he returns back, he sees Dr. Whipple putting Shrimpy in a cage, as he scolds the elephant for missing three steps and not doing the Elvis impression, and denies Shrimpy lunch. After Dr. Whipple leaves, Garfield learns that the elephant is mistreated a lot. And after Garfield frees Shrimpy from the cage, the elephant decides that he should escape.

As Jon and his pets return home, Shrimpy sneaks from street to street, and follows Garfield. After learning that Shrimpy escaped, Dr. Whipple berates the guards for not watching him, forcing Whipple to have the police search for the elephant. Wondering what the police activity is all about, Jon tells Garfield and Odie that he'll visit Liz, and will meet them back at the house. Shrimpy signals Garfield to an alley, and tells him that he made a break for it, since Shrimpy couldn't take any more abuse. But Shrimpy becomes scared when he's spotted, so asks the cat to hide him. Garfield gets an idea of using a flat volley ball for a round nose, and black paint for Dalmatian spots. Afterward, Garfield and Odie take Shrimpy to the house. Meanwhile, at the dog pound, Al's boss tells him to capture an elephant.

After reaching the house, Garfield and Odie try to get Shrimpy in, not from the back door, but through the front, as Jon is exercising. As the police are nearing, Garfield pushes Shrimpy through the door, leaving a big hole. In the kitchen as Garfield is feeding Shrimpy, Jon comes inside and tells Garfield that he won't feed the elephant. A few seconds later, Jon realizes that Dr. Whipple's elephant is here. Just as Jon calls Dr. Whipple, he notices that Shrimpy doesn't want to return, since Whipple doesn't treat him well, making Jon hang up as he gets through to Whipple. As the gang tries to find a solution for Shrimpy, the elephant sees a big peanut, which is really Al in a peanut disguise. Al successfully captures Shrimpy, Garfield, Odie, and himself in a net.

The police arrive as Al informs everyone that he caught Shrimpy. Whipple comes and starts to scold Shrimpy. When Jon tells the doctor not to be too hard on Shrimpy, Whipple refuses to listen and continues to scold Shrimpy, He tells the elephant that he won't be fed and will work three times harder. One policeman tells Whipple that mistreating animals is against the law and Dr. Whipple is arrested. Al apologizes to Shrimpy for what he did, and tells Jon that Whipple might agree to release Shrimpy to the zoo for a lighter jail sentence. The next day, Garfield tells Shrimpy that Odie is giving him a peanut as Shrimpy thanks the dog. The cartoon ends with Garfield saying the he thought Odie was kind of a nut.

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Trivia

  • This is the second time Garfield says "3,2,1!", the first was in Underwater World.
The Garfield Show
Episodes

Season 1: "Pasta Wars" "Mother Garfield" "Orange and Black" "Freaky Monday" "Bone Diggers" "The Robot" "Catnap" "Agent X" "A Game of Cat and Mouse" "Perfect Pizza" "King Nermal" "Desperately Seeking Pooky" "High Scale" "Jon's Night Out" "Not So Sweet Sound of Music" "Turkey Trouble" "Pup in the Pound" "Odie in Love" "Pet Matchers" "Lucky Charm" "Curse of the Were-Dog" "Meet the Parents" "Down on the Farm" "The Pet Show" "Curse of the Cat People" "Glenda and Odessa" "Underwater World" "Family Picture" "Time Twist" "Time Master" "Fish to Fry" "Little Yellow Riding Hood" "Fame Fatale" "Virtualodeon" "It's a Cat's World" "Mailman Blues" "Extreme Housebreaking" "Heir Apparent" "Caroling Capers" "From the Oven" "Neighbor Nathan" "History of Dog" "Up a Tree" "It's a Cheese World" "Nice to Nermal" "Out on a Limb" "Super Me" "Mastermind" "The Amazing Flying Dog" "The Last Word" "Iceman" "T3000"

Season 2: "Home for the Holidays" (Part 1, Part 2), "Ticket to Riches" "Gravity of the Situation" "The Art of Being Uncute" "Night of the Bunny Slippers" "Blasteroid" "The Big Sneeze" "The Spy Who Fed Me" "Meet Max Mouse" "The Haunted House" "Which Witch" "Cyber Mailman" "Odie for Sale" "Farm Fresh Feline" "Dog Days" "Planet of Poultry" "With Four You Get Pizza" "The Bluebird of Happiness" "Inside Eddie Gourmand" "Fido Food Feline" "Everything's Relative" "Honey, I Shrunk the Pets" "Garfield Astray" "History of Cats" "Black Cat Blues" "Cuter Than Cute" "Great Pizza Race" "Master Chef" "Guest from Beyond" "Depths of a Salesman" "Night of the Apparatuses" "Land of Hold" "Penny Henny" "A Gripping Tale" "Wicked Wishes" "Jumbo Shrimpy" "Pirate Gold" "Me, Garfield and I" "Detective Odie" "Stealing Home" "Full of Beans" "Love and Lasagna" "True Colors" "Mind Over Mouse" "The Big Sleep" "Pampered Pussycat" "Parrot Blues" "Rain or Shine" "The Mole Express" "Unfair Weather" (Part 1, Part 2)

Season 3: "Furry Tales" (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4) "Kind to Kittens" "Little Angel" "Prehistoric Pup" "Land of Later" "Laugh in a Can" "The Non-Garfield Show" "The Caped Avenger Rides Again!" "The Superhero Apprentice" "Teddy Dearest" "Bath Day" "What a Difference a Pet Makes" "Garfield Gets Canned" "Partners in Mime" "Boris the Snowman" "Long Lost Lyman" (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4), "The Golden Lasagna Awards" "Pawparazzi" "It's About Time" "Online Arbuckle" "Muscle Mouse" "The Write Stuff" "Cupid Cat" "The Control Freak" "Every Witch Way" "Revenge of the Cat People" "The Garfield-Only Show" "Filthy Fugitives" "Smartest Dog in the World" "Farmer Garfield" "More Than Meets the Eye" "Fast Friends" "Where's Odie" "Doggone Jon" "The Mysterious Machine" "Fitness Crazed" "Little Trouble in Big China" (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4) "My Friend, Nermal" "Take a Ferret to Lunch" "Bride and Broom" "Problems, Problems, Problems" "Two Times the Trouble" "The Great Trade-Off"

Season 4: "Lion Queen" (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5) "Bewitched" (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5) "The Mean Machine" (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5) "Glitter Gulch" (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5) "Against All Tides" (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5) "Lasagna Tree" (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5) "Into the Wild" (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5) "Double Vision" "My Cousin Petunia" "Barking Mad" "Garfception" "For Mice" "The Six-Can Solution" "Silence of the Sheep" "Bulldog of Doom" "Mother Owl" "Home Sweet Home" "Whatever Happened to Aunt Ivy?" "Delicious Donut Day" "Little Miss Mouse" "Stink, Stank, Skunk!" "Jon 2" "My Dog, the Cat" "World Without Me" "Fraidy Cat" "Very Very Long Night"

Season 5: "Rodent Rebellion" (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4)