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GARFIELD: I'd like to think I'd live forever but hay, I'm only human.
Here's a sneak preview of my ninth life.
GARFIELD [narrating]: Space... One thing to be said for space there sure is a lot of it out there. So what do you do with space? You can take part in grand intergalactic battles that encompass whole solar systems. Or you can bravely forge new worlds of exploration by traveling through uncharted territory. Or you can get lost. Me... I'm lost. Finding out where the heck I am is still secondary though. What I wanna know is, why am I here?
Welcome to space mister cat.
I suppose you are wondering why you are here?
GARFIELD: A keen grasp of the obvious.
SPACESHIP COMPUTER: Well it is really quite simple. You see, all we require is that you survive mister cat. We are monitoring the survival instincts of a cat in his last life.
GARFIELD: In his last life?
As you are well aware, a cat has nine lives.
GARFIELD: And ah, don't tell me. I'm living life number nine?
SPACESHIP COMPUTER: I tell it like it is, baby... Cakes.
GARFIELD: Well that's just great. Somehow my lives didn't mean so much when I had a few of them to burn. So here I am in the one that really counts and they stick me in the middle of nowhere in this time bob. Well I better gather my wits about me. My survival sounds like a job for O. D. I. E., My Operations Data Index Element. It's the smartest machine in the galaxy. Hay O.D.I.E., index and read all variables for my survival and give me a progressive plan.
GARFIELD: "Arf" he says. O.D.I.E. Must have been built by the lowest bidder. Well, I guess its up to me now. Just what do I have on hand to survive with. Lets see. I have food, water, artificial gravity and sand. Well time to start surviving. Lets eat. Rats! Oh well, everything tasted like lettuce anyway.
O.D.I.E.: Arf! Arf! Arf!
GARFIELD: OK O.D.I.E. What is it? Hay? Where's gravity when you need it?
O.D.I.E.: Arf! Arf! Arf!
GARFIELD: What are you trying to say O.D.I.E. Uh-oh.
COMMANDER MENDELSON: Hay you, kitty cat.
GARFIELD: What? Who?
I'm Commander Mendelson, leader of the Incredibly Huge Galactic War Fleet.
The I.H.G.W.F. for short. We do not like you being here. And to show you we mean business we will atomize your craft in 5 minutes. Any questions? I said, "any questions!"
GARFIELD: Only answers Mack. Here take this! I've been de-clawed. Hay eh, guys. Could you give me just a little more time. This place is a fright and I couldn't meet my maker looking like this. Come on, have a heart.
COMMANDER MENDELSON: I'm sorry, we of the I.H.G.W.F., have no hearts. We do however appreciate the tiny ship. We will give you seven minutes instead of five.
GARFIELD: Gee thanks. Theirs not much time, I need more hands. That it, hands. If I could just get over to the crew cloner here I'll, clone a crew mate. I hate vending machines.
COMMANDER MENDELSON: Six minutes!
GARFIELD: Hay Odie
we got to do something about this gravity.
That's it the gravity machine. Pull the handle. That's better. Just when things look bleak something goes right. The plot thickens.
COMMANDER MENDELSON: Five minutes!
GARFIELD: Now to get those guns working. Get outta' here. Shoo, shoo. Get back. Why don't you guys play in traffic or something. That's it! Odie, take these guys down to the launch platform. Put these clones in the drones. We'll launch an all out attack on Commander Mendelson. And his igwa-waga-haga-waga... What ever. Hurry! OK commander, brace yourself. This cat has a thing or two up his sleeve. Odie, are the drones in place for launching?
GARFIELD: Commander Mendelson, Commander Mendelson, are you there?
COMMANDER MENDELSON: You have three minutes!
GARFIELD: What happened to four minutes?
COMMANDER MENDELSON: Well I eh...
GARFIELD: You what?
COMMANDER MENDELSON: I had to go to the little boys room.
GARFIELD: I have a surprise for you commander. Take this! Now I really got to get those guns working.
COMMANDER MENDELSON: One minute!
GARFIELD: Boy what a day. Lost, no food a twit for a computer, an imbecile for a crew mate but no matter. I'm a hero and hero's don't die. We always win our space battles. This ought a do it.
COMMANDER MENDELSON: Zero!
GARFIELD: Nice touch.
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Garfield: His 9 Lives
My name is Garfield and this is my friend Odie. I know cats have nine lives and I certainly appreciate the opportunity to have them.
Life no 1 : Cave Cat
In my first life I formulated many of my likes and dislikes. I dislike my rock bed. On the other hand, you wouldn't believe the size of the pteranodon drumsticks.
Life no 2 : King Cat
2,000 BC. Was a good year to be a cat in Egypt. We were revered, even worshiped. Ah, for the good old days.
Life no 3 : In the Garden
Arf. My third life was my favorite. My body grew old but I never, never, never, grew up.
Life no 4 : Court Musician
I learned to think on my feet in my forth life. Thinking was okay I guess. But now I avoid it when ever possible.
Life no 5 : Stunt Cat
Life number five was short.
Life no 6 : Diana's Piano
Six must be my lucky number because that's the life I fell in love with music. I also fell in love with a girl who played the piano just for me.
Life no 7 : Lab Animal
In my seventh life I was a laboratory animal. To this day every time I see a test tube I throw up.
Life no 8 : Garfield
All that I ever was made me what I am in my eight life. Somehow, it's falling short of my expectations.
Life no 9 : Space Cat