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drink out of the toilet.
Poor Odie.
- That cat is such a pig.
- Garfield's a pig?
You never put
the dog out at night.
Why not?
Because dogs...
run away.
Sure, Jon, I'll eat
all your lasagna for you.
Oh, look.
What do we have here?
You're a lost dog.
Well, we can fix that.
Oh, do I feel good
this morning.
I slept like a fat cat.
Hey, tall, dark and human,
what's for breakfast?
Odie! Where
are you, boy?
Well, relax. Uh, I think
he was going to camp out.
- Odie?
- Well, he probably had
a sleepover at Luca's, I think.
Odie! Odie?
Hm. Well, maybe he's fetching
the paper for the neighbors.
Where is that silly dog?
I can't go on like this
anymore, Wendell.
I've got to get a dog.
I think that's a lovely idea.
I know you've been sad and lonely since
the divorce, and I've tried to be a friend...
Not for me, you imbecile.
For the act.
If I could get my hands on
a really talented dog...
wouldn't WalterJ.
Just choke on his Emmy?
- Like Odie?
- Yeah.
Yeah, now he was good.
Oh, yeah. You know, he was
kinda dopey-looking and spry.
- And...
- Lost!
Hi, it's Jon. I was just calling to see
if Odie's been over there.
My name is Jon Arbuckle,
and, um, I can't find my dog.
I've looked all around the neighborhood,
and I can't find him.
I saw him last night, but I
haven't seen him this morning.
And, uh, if you see him,
give me a call, please.
Uh, I was calling to see if you'd seen Odie?
Um, I think he's run away.
I was giving him a bath,
and I forgot to put his collar back on.
You know, 'cause
Garfield hates his collar.
He's about 15 pounds.
He's brownish yellow with brown floppy ears.
Would you mind getting that?
Um, I'm offering a reward.
Yeah, that's right.
Okay, and he answers to the name of...
- Hi.
- Hi.
I'd say the refrigerator
is unguarded.
Wh... What are you
doing here?
We're having dinner,
Right! R...
Th-The two of us.
Tonight. Of course.
- Shall I come in?
- Yeah!
Come on in.
Uh, you know, uh, Liz,
I have a confession.
Uh, uh, it's not really a confession.
More of an admission.
It's a... You know what it is?
It's like a, uh...
It's like a declaration.
I have a... a... d...
I love it
when you do that.
- Do what?
- You know, trip over yourself.
It's cute.
It's one of the reasons I had
a crush on you in high school.
You had a crush on me?
Yeah. I thought you were
really cute, decent.
Not like all those
other jerks.
I don't believe it. L...
I had a crush on you too.
- Isn't that funny?
- Yeah.
So, um, what's your confession/
Actually, um...
I forgot about our dinner.
Oh, that's okay.
You know, I can... I can go.
No. No, I'm...
I'm glad you're here.
Let me just, uh, get my jacket,
and then we'll go.
Okay, what am I gonna do?
What am I gonna do?
What... What am I gonna do?
I've waited for this night my entire life.
If you tell her the truth,
you'll feel much better.
And you won't have to
see her anymore.
It's kinda creepy having a vet
around the house anyway.
I can't just go out and pretend like
nothing's happened, can I?
Well, I sure could. The one thing you can't do
is tell her the dog's gone.
- I gotta tell her.
- No.
- I've gotta tell her.
- No. That's not what I said.
Liz, uh,
we can't go out tonight.
- Why not?
- Odie's run away.
- What?
- He got out last night. I feel terrible.
I called the pound.
I put up posters.
I looked everywhere,
but I can't find him.
- Why didn't you just tell me?
- I guess I figured...
he was the only reason you were
spending time with me.
- Come on.
- No, I'm serious. I mean, I thought...
No, I mean, come on.
Let's go find him.
O- Oh.
How can this dog be such a problem
when he's not even here anymore?
Well, I'm not gonna
worry about him.

- XX

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