'However Many Dimensions Exist, There Will Always Be Garfield': Amazing Video Tribute Transcends Jim Davis Fandomby Caleb Goellner
YouTube user Lasagna Cat has been paying homage to Garfield for some time now, so it's only natural that the memetic tribute to Jim Davis' famous orange feline would eventually manifest into one of the most profound commitments to comedy in known spacetime. Little did we know that the inspiration for this feat would be the time on July 27, 1978, when Garfield stole Jon's pipe.
We present, for your consideration, one of the most honest and accurate YouTube video descriptions ever conceived by the human species:
"Jim Davis tribute set to the entire original motion picture score of "Kundun" by Philip Glass featuring the philosophical musings of John Blyth Barrymore."
Behold the wonderment:
Depending on how much of your life you've devoted to Scorsese films, Zeke from Kung Fu, Philip Glass, or frankly, cartoon cats, your mileage may vary. What won't vary, however, is the eternity that is Garfield.
Cameron1988 Premium Member almost 6 years ago
Love Garfield, and Jim Davis. Thank you, Jim Davis for creating such an awesome character for millions to love, and enjoy
Phaeton51 almost 6 years ago
In monologue, one hour, one minute and twenty-three seconds, a treatise on “Garfield”- 7-27-1978 by Philip Glass. I DARE YOU TO WATCH IT!
MY DOG IS MY CO PILOT almost 6 years ago
I grew up reading Garfield and I have always loved him . He was always a great pick me up especially today. I am so grateful to Jim Davis for this great comic. I just wish he was still doing Orson’s Farm. That strip was Brilliant.
Jeffrey Enderton Premium Member almost 6 years ago
Such a huge influence on me and my comic. Most kids wanted to be the president or a doctor or an astronaut, I wanted to be Jim Davis!
Bookworm Premium Member almost 6 years ago
Such a brilliant video! Exquisite! Profound!