Chapman sneezing from Persnikitty.
"Gimme the Benadryl! Gimme the Benadryl! Yeah! Yeah."
Chapman wheezing as he leaves the set, with Wendell holding Persnikitty following
"Any word from the network yet? (Wendell: No, but they're looking for a dog act on Good Day New York.)
"Story of my life! Lookin' for a dog, and I'm stuck with a cat!"
(Wendell: I thought the segment went quite well.) "'I thought the segment went quite well!' Of course it went well, you toad! The 50 housewives who saw it loved it."
"Oh, please, what a know-it all!" Chapman watching a news report of his more successful brother Walter.
"And everybody always said I was the handsome one..."
"...I was the smart one..."
"...and I was born first. But there you are "live from the Hague."
"And here I am working with this sack of dander on a dead-end regional morning show."
Chapman along with Liz judging the dog show.
"Talented little fella, huh?" Chapman impressed with Odie's hind dance.
"That is one talented dog!"
Chapman offers Jon a TV promotion for Odie, but Jon declines.
Chapman looks greedily at Odie.
"I can't go on like this anymore, Wendell. I've gotta get a dog!"
(Wendell: I think that's a lovely idea! I know you've been sad and lonely since the divorce and I've tried to be a friend--)
"Not for me, you imbecile! For the act!"
"If I could get my hands on a really talented dog, wouldn't Walter J. just choke on his Emmy?"
(Wendell: Like Odie?) "Yeah, now he was good. Oh, yeah."
"You know, he was kinda dopey-looking and spry and-- (Wendell: Lost!)
Chapman comes over to the window.
His eyes widen as he recognizes Odie on the lost poster.
Chapman lying to Ms. Baker that Odie belongs to him.
(Wendell: Happy, you promised you'd never use that! I mean, that collar is inhumane.) "This collar is the dog's future."
"Do you have a problem with that?" (Wendell: No.)
"Now we'll see how smart you really are."
"Hurry, up Wendell. Fortune waits for no man!"
(Wendell: You think he's ready for the audition?) "Well, why don't you see for yourself?"
"Good morning, New York!"
"I know you're gonna flip for Odie..."
"...'cause he sure is flipping for you!"
Chapman presses a button on the shock collar remote.
The shock collar creates a powerful painful electric jolt that forces Odie to do backflips.
Chapman and Wendell arrive at the train station.
Chapman and Wendell boarding their train.
"Are we on the right train?" Chapman confused when the train returns to the station (thanks to Garfield redirecting it).
Chapman gasps in horror upon seeing Garfield and Odie escaping from the train.
Chapman rushes out of the train and chases after Garfield and Odie.
Chapman corners Garfield and Odie in the luggage room.
Chapman pulls out the shock collar from his pocket.
"Did you really think you could just run away from Happy Chapman?" (Garfield: Oh, is this a cry for help!)
"No dumb, dirty animal is ever gonna get the better of me."
"And let's see how you feel with 200 volts coursing through that thick canine skull of yours."
Chapman tosses Garfield aside.
Chapman suddenly hears growling.
Chapman finds himself surrounded by the pound animals.
Chapman about to be ambushed by the pound animals.
Chapman with the shock collar placed around his own neck.
Chapman receives a powerful jolt form Garfield.
Garfield instructs Odie to do the finishing jolt.
Odie gives Chapman another jolt that makes the fiend do a back-flip.
Chapman collapses to the floor.
Chapman weakly gets to his feet just as Jon and Liz arrive.
"Be happy..." Jon and Liz confront the dazed Chapman.
Jon punches Chapman in the face for stealing his pets, knocking him out.