Garfield's Babes and Bullets


Episode Title:
Garfield's Babes and Bullets.
Episode Description:
On a sunny day, Garfield goes to a closet and opens it out of boredom, only to hear saxophone music burst out of it. He shuts it quickly, then opens it again; the music starts up again, and Garfield finds a trenchcoat and fedora. Garfield decides to go with it, admitting that it "might be fun". He then enters a fantasy world in which he is Sam Spayed, a private investigator in a film noir atmosphere. Sam receives a visit from Tanya O'Tabby, a beautiful woman who hires Sam to investigate the death of her husband Professor O'Tabby. Sam initially suspects foul play, believing Tanya murdered the professor either for his money or because he was unfaithful (and insisting that both are the 'oldest shams in the book'), but O'Tabby appears to have simply fallen asleep at the wheel of his car and driven over a cliff. Tanya, however, believes it to be murder. Sam agrees to take the case. Nothing suspicious comes to light when Sam visits the morgue, although he notes that O'Tabby's shirt, chest and stomach hairs have yellowish-brown stains on them and secretly pockets a mysterious, painted 'stone' that the coroner overlooked. After an encounter with a thug (who turns out to be Sam's landlord chasing up late rent), Sam goes to the university where O'Tabby worked and meets the late man's colleague/advisor Professor O'Felix. He tells Sam how O'Tabby was on his way to visit an elderly benefactress the night he died, but dismisses Sam's idea that the professor was having an affair. It is revealed that O'Tabby was a frequent coffee drinker.

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