Garrison (aka GarrisonSkunk) is a regular contributor to the show since episode 6. Over the years Garrsion has submitted pre ArtJam era artwork including a redrawn (with Herbie's permission) the FPS logo to fit the themes of various episodes.
Other things that Garrison has created have been a Pawpet parody of the Beatles “Sgt. Pepper” album cover with people and things that related to the Pawpet Show's first 100 episodes; created Pawpet parodies of “Lilo & Stitch”, “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” and “Star Wars Episode III”; sent “the gift of poptarts” to Simba; created the character JR the Hutt; and at various times sent in props for the cast to riff on and with.
With fellow veteran Pawpet Viewer Hobbes D. Dawg Garrison has provided the artwork for a handful of “Garrison & Hobbes” videoes including “Blazing Ferrets” (Blazing Saddles), “Monster Mash” and “What Would Brian Boitano Do?”.
Garrison still has hopes of starting a career in animation, but is realistic about the current climate of the industry.
When it was announced that the recording for a particular week's episode had been lost, Garrison began recording a list of noteworthy quotes as the show progressed and submitted it to that week's ArtJam. There was so much positive reaction to the cast re-reading the out of context quotes that it transformed into the weekly “Garrison Skunk's Top 60 Things Said This Week”, containing quotes from both cast and channel.
The Pawtectors (Pawpet Show parody of The WB cartoon "Loonatics" from episode 239), a Pawpet parody of “Loonatics” created for Episode 239