I used to love Garfield and Friends when I was a little girl. When my cousin, Andrea, asked me to babysit her eighteen-month old son, Frank, I decided that Garfield and Friends would entertain him for a bit.
We watched a few episodes on an old DVD I found in my baby box. We were having a great time and I realized it was time for Frank's nap. So I paused the TV and put him to bed. After he was asleep I went back to turn off the TV. The second I walked into the room I heard the audio for the "Doggie Coat" Quickie. I thought, "Huh, I thought I paused it." Ah well, I decided another episode couldn't hurt.
I sat down on the sofa and fiddled with one of Frank's little toy cars. I wondered what episode of The Simpsons (my favorite show) they would be on that day when a blast of static interrupted my thoughts. I grabbed the remote and muted it quickly, then when it stopped turned it to 1.
The Queen Lanolin from Snow Wade was speaking but she had a sinister smile on her face. She said "Hello. Today we are going to learn about a sheep's body." Her voice was Orson Pig's. I was a bit confused. Suddenly, she said to Bo Sheep, "Yo Holmes, smell ya later!" She looked at her kingdom, and she was finally there, to sit on her throne as the queen of Bel Air!