Odie

Odie the Dog
Odie is a fictional dog who appears in the comic strip Garfield by Jim Davis.wikipedia
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Garfield

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Odie is a fictional dog who appears in the comic strip Garfield by Jim Davis.
Published since 1978, it chronicles the life of the title character, Garfield, the cat; Jon Arbuckle, the human; and Odie, the dog.

Garfield and Friends

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He has also appeared in the animated television series Garfield and Friends and The Garfield Show, two live-action/computer-animated feature films, and three fully CGI films.
Odie (Voiced by Gregg Berger): A yellow Beagle who is Garfield's best friend. He used to belong to Jon's former roommate Lyman (who never appears on the show but was a character who appeared in the earliest comic strips). A running gag has Garfield kicking him off of a kitchen table. Though he does not seem very intelligent, Odie is actually much more cunning and smart than he lets on. Odie is the only animal character who doesn't communicate with any form of dialogue, solely communicating with body language and his enthusiastic barking and other dog sound effects, although Garfield is able to understand what he says.

The Garfield Show

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He has also appeared in the animated television series Garfield and Friends and The Garfield Show, two live-action/computer-animated feature films, and three fully CGI films. In the first episode of The Garfield Show an alien species that resemble lasagna scan Odie with a ray that indicates brain power - the result was zero.
Odie

Garfield: The Movie

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In the feature film adaptation Garfield: The Movie, Odie's ability to walk, and more importantly dance on two legs earns him a lot of attention, and is a major plot point throughout the film.
Jon tries to ask her out, but due to a misunderstanding, he is given custody of a stray dog, Odie, who is lovable and friendly.

List of Garfield characters

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He was originally a pet to Jon Arbuckle's roommate Lyman, but Lyman disappeared from the series after about five years.
Loves bullying Odie and mailing Nermal to Abu Dhabi for being annoying.

Jon Arbuckle

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He was originally a pet to Jon Arbuckle's roommate Lyman, but Lyman disappeared from the series after about five years.
A geeky and clumsy man yet caring owner, Jon is the owner of Garfield and Odie.

Here Comes Garfield

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Garfield on numerous occasions actually does care a great deal for Odie, most notably in the first Garfield special Here Comes Garfield, in which Odie is briefly captured by the dogcatcher and a teary-eyed Garfield realizes through flashbacks of him and Odie playing together and how sad his life would be without him (in these series of flashbacks by Garfield, the song "So Long Old Friend" is played in the background).
Garfield and Odie are outside harassing a neighbor's dog when the owner, Hubert, calls the pound to capture them.

Gregg Berger

Garfield: The Movie (2004) - Odie the Dog (uncredited)

Jim Davis (cartoonist)

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Odie is a fictional dog who appears in the comic strip Garfield by Jim Davis.

Live action

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He has also appeared in the animated television series Garfield and Friends and The Garfield Show, two live-action/computer-animated feature films, and three fully CGI films.

Computer animation

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He has also appeared in the animated television series Garfield and Friends and The Garfield Show, two live-action/computer-animated feature films, and three fully CGI films.

Computer-generated imagery

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He has also appeared in the animated television series Garfield and Friends and The Garfield Show, two live-action/computer-animated feature films, and three fully CGI films.

Dachshund

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In the live-action/animated films based on the Garfield franchise, he is depicted as a wire-haired dachshund/terrier mix.

Terrier

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In the live-action/animated films based on the Garfield franchise, he is depicted as a wire-haired dachshund/terrier mix.

Car dealership

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The name came from car dealership commercial written by Jim Davis, which featured Odie the Village Idiot.

Mort Walker

He then visited cartoonist Mort Walker to show him his strips, and Walker told Davis "I had a dog named Spot".

Boner's Ark

The Hyena (''Boner's Ark'')
When Davis asked "Really?", Walker replied "Yes, in Boner's Ark, one of my comic strips".

War and Peace

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Another time, when Garfield and Jon were out, Odie was reading War and Peace, smoking a pipe, and watching a television special about Mozart.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

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Another time, when Garfield and Jon were out, Odie was reading War and Peace, smoking a pipe, and watching a television special about Mozart.

Sudoku

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In others he has been seen setting decoys, completing a sudoku puzzle, completing a crossword puzzle (to Jon's amazement), writing poetry, and while playing as superheroes with Garfield, finding a complete outfit to one-up Garfield's cape.

Night

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In two strips, Garfield went to see what was at the end of Odie's tongue, and it turned out to be a second Odie (which Garfield dismissed as an effect of a bad can of tuna from the previous night).

Extraterrestrials in fiction

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In the first episode of The Garfield Show an alien species that resemble lasagna scan Odie with a ray that indicates brain power - the result was zero.

Lasagne

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In the first episode of The Garfield Show an alien species that resemble lasagna scan Odie with a ray that indicates brain power - the result was zero.

Natural rubber

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In one strip, Garfield states that Odie is made of rubber.