Garfield by Jim Davis for July 03, 2022

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    codycab  3 months ago

    Ooh! So close!

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    Clarence  3 months ago

    All that hard work for nothing

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    Храм С.О.Д. (Templo S.U.D. ucraniano)  3 months ago

    {face palm} how on Earth could Jon Arbuckle — the master chef — have forgotten the charcoal?

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    Wilde Bill  3 months ago

    Yes, Jon, you really outdid yourself. You’re going to have to work really hard to screw-up as badly next year.

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    AlondraRachellaLabute  3 months ago

    I’d suggest a crockpot but that would take too long. I guess you can put them in the oven.

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    seanfear  3 months ago

    Jon’s brain is like my blanket… once I cover the head the feet pop out and vice versa

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    ninjanick101  3 months ago

    So close and yet so far.

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    David_the_CAD  3 months ago

    There is always a catch.

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    willispate  3 months ago

    I gotta admit, even my Stepdad would appreciate the Preparation Jon did for the BBQ.

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    JD'Huntsville'AL  3 months ago

    Thin.

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    rimose  3 months ago

    Garlic is toxic for both cats and dogs Fortunately it’s just a comic.

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    BJ40 Premium Member 3 months ago

    I know Independence Day is coming up, for you my American friends and have BBQ’s and on our Australia day, we have what we call during our Federal Election, a “Democracy Sausage”, which is a hot dog with onions and tomato sauce, sometimes either on a bun, or a slice of bread.

    Has anyone ever tried, an Australian democracy sausage before ?

    And finally, happy 4th of July, when it arrives, mate.

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    BJ40 Premium Member 3 months ago

    BBQ’s, are cats and dogs best friend. :-)

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    Blu Bunny  3 months ago

    Crankshaft never has that problem.

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    dave1960  3 months ago

    Matches? lighter fluid?

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    mrcooncat  3 months ago

    See Hank Hill for Propane & Propane Accessories (like a grill).

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    bignatefantic2.0  3 months ago

    Jon should’ve used a gas grill instead

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    Cameron1988 Premium Member 3 months ago

    What a dope

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    jagedlo  3 months ago

    It was interesting to see the different expressions of Garfield and Odie as things unfolded…

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    2AndFour  3 months ago

    Jon didn’t forget the charcoal. He just didn’t have money for charcoal.

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    huntingforgarfield  3 months ago

    Maybe Jon could grill the leftover pizza (if there is any).

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    cmerb  3 months ago

    Jon , is just like the President Joe Biden in the sense ….Where , am I and what am I doing here ? Good , Luck USA

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    karmakat01  3 months ago

    nope…same old brainless Jon…

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    Goat from PBS  3 months ago

    The moment you realize… you left the store without the one thing you came in for.

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    6foot6  3 months ago

    this is why you use propane, and propane accessories.

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    WCraft Premium Member 3 months ago

    Not a problem for Odie. He likes his rare.

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    geese28  3 months ago

    Saving this strip. I’m wanna try those ingredients….with charcoal of course

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    sjg  3 months ago

    Should have taken Hank Hill’s advice and gone with clean, efficient, propane.

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    carlosrivers  3 months ago

    You mean DEEP DISH or thin crust;)

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    A R V reader  3 months ago

    Even if Jon did get charcoal, would he remember from last time that self-lighting charcoal does not light itself?

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    Olddog04  3 months ago

    You all know this could happen in real life. I use a gas grill. If I want the smoked taste, I add wood chips.

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    CaveCat87  3 months ago

    Just when it seemed that Jon finally did something right, he once again comes up short. I guess he’ll never succeed.

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    l3i7l  3 months ago

    One of the first meals a girlfriend prepared for me was meatloaf & baked potatoes on the grill. Charcoal lit – check. Food on the grill – check. Cold drinks to help pass the time – check. One hour later, when we were ready to eat, the grill was cold, and the food wasn’t much warmer. She had forgotten to open the vents, and the fire had been snuffed out. Oh well, hamburgers and fried potatoes on the stove alleviated our hunger.

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    paranormal  3 months ago

    Poor Jon! He forgets ‘Something will always go wrong!’…

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    RussellCastine  3 months ago

    How a backyard barbecue becomes a pizza party.

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    w16521  3 months ago

    Garfield is certainly not surprised by this.

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    BlitzMcD  3 months ago

    I agree with Garfield and Odie at the end. “Urf” indeed.

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    AustinKniga-Bartlett  3 months ago

    Everyone forgets the charcoal.

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    ronaldalbertansley  3 months ago

    How many people did that forget to charcoal ?

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    cmxx  3 months ago

    Just had a startling epiphany! Now I know why Jon Doesn’t Get It almost all the time. You know the phrase, “It’s as plain as the nose on your face,” right? Well, that’s it. Jon’s nose is so tiny it’s almost not there, so that’s why for him, pretty much nothing is clear or plain or obvious or even noticeable!

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    Mario500  3 months ago

    “THICK OR THIN CRUST?”

    (wishes to understand this part of the dialogue in this cartoon)

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    Realimaginary1 Premium Member 3 months ago

    In Jon’s defense, he followed all the instructions from the cookbook by none other than Roz of Treetops.

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    yangeldf  3 months ago

    It was a thing in the old 80’s cartoon that Jon was actuallya terrible cook, so he HAD to find some way to fail

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    Katzi428  3 months ago

    You get an “E” for effort Jon!!

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    i_am_the_jam  3 months ago

    He never noticed that there was no fire on the grill?

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    norphos  3 months ago

    Jon Arbuckle was THAT CLOSE to earning Liz’s respect.

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    jaydogg187  3 months ago

    A previous comic had the punchline of Jon not knowing how a door worked. And you want to know how he forgot the charcoal…

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    carlos.drumin  3 months ago

    Pizza to the rescue!!!

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    KEA  3 months ago

    I didn’t know what dry rub was (thought it was pornographic) until it came up on an episode of The West Wing.

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    edeloriea14  3 months ago

    Maybe Jon should get a propane grill.

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    Firestar  3 months ago

    He got it last time when he lost his eyebrows!!! ;D

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    MattDingleberry  3 months ago

    Sometimes I almost feel sorry for Jon.

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    Asriel  about 2 months ago

    Thick.

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