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Hey Arnold - The Music Vol 1 by Jim Lang on 'Locket' yellow vinyl.
Hey Arnold! The Music, Volume 1. Filled with 45 minutes of previously unreleased music, Hey Arnold! The Music, Volume 1 has been remastered from the original audio files by Emmy Award-winning sound engineer Dave Marino in conjunction with show composer Jim Lang. Housed in a 400gsm gatefold jacket with brand new original exclusive artwork by show creator Craig Bartlett, as well as a locket shaped center label for the A Side and a fisheye view of Gerald and Arnold for the B Side, this is a release you don't want to miss out on!
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Track Listing: A Side
Theme 98
Ice Me Down
Idea Montage
The A Game
Home Wit Jerome
Chalk On The Wall
Wyze Gyze
Phil Steps Out (Grandpa's Theme)
The Weather Channel
Harold's Boogie
Janked
Checkmate
A Crazy Night
Invisible Hippo
Parents Day
Helga's Love Theme
Groove Remote
Stompin' (End Credits)

B Side
You Crazy Cat
Pop Daddy Remix
Smashed
Slippage
Rats
Salt! Salt!
Arnold Habanera
Curlamillo
Ride of BrunHelga
Hip Hopera
The Simple Things
In Da House
My Last Bow
Old Tomorrow
I Will Prevail
I'll Hit Me!
The Engineer's Song
Better Not Touch My Gal
Eugene! Eugene!
Nice Guys Finish Last
When Life Gives You Lemons, Dance!

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Hey Arnold!

American animated children's television series

This article is about the original series. For the 2002 film, see Hey Arnold!: The Movie.

Hey Arnold! is an American animated comedy television series created by Craig Bartlett. It first aired on Nickelodeon on October 7, 1996 to June 8, 2004.[2] The show centers on a fourth grader named Arnold Shortman, who lives with his grandparents in an inner-citytenement. Episodes center on his experiences navigating urban life while dealing with the problems he and his friends encounter.

Bartlett's idea for the show is based on a minor character named Arnold whom he created while working on Pee-wee's Playhouse. The executives enjoyed the character, and Bartlett completed the cast by drawing inspiration from people he grew up with in Portland, Oregon, and Seattle, Washington. Bartlett created the pilot episode in his living room in 1994 and official production began in 1995. The animators worked to transform Arnold from clay animation to cel animation, leading to the series premiere. Production on the show concluded on December 7, 2001, after 5 seasons and 100 episodes, and its last episode aired on June 8, 2004 unannounced. A feature film based on the series, Hey Arnold!: The Movie, was released in theaters on June 28, 2002. All five seasons have been released on DVD.

On March 2, 2016, a television film continuation of the series, Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie, was green-lit. It picks up from where the series ended and resolved the unanswered plotlines of the story.[3][4][5] The film premiered on November 24, 2017, onNicktoons, TeenNick and on November 24, 2018, as an international theatrical release, wrapping up the entire series, thirteen years after cancellation and fifteen years after the release of the original film in 2002.

Premise[edit]

Characters[edit]

Main article: List of Hey Arnold! characters

Hey Arnold! features nine-year-old Arnold Shortman (voiced by Toran Caudell; Phillip Van Dyke; Spencer Klein; Alex D. Linz and Mason Vale Cotton) and his neighborhood friends: Gerald Johansen (voiced by Jamil Walker Smith and Benjamin Flores Jr.), a street-smart character who generally serves as the leader of the group, and Helga Pataki (Francesca Marie Smith), a girl who bullies Arnold in order to hide the fact that she is in love with him. Bartlett drew inspiration from people he grew up with when creating the characters for the show.[6]

Arnold lives with his eccentric but loving paternal grandparents, Phil Shortman (Dan Castellaneta) and his wife Gertrude Shortman (Tress MacNeille), proprietors of the Sunset Arms boarding house, in the fictional city of Hillwood. In each episode, he often helps a schoolmate or boarding home tenant in solving a personal problem or encounters a predicament of his own. Many episodes involve urban legends usually told by Gerald, such as superheroes or the headless horsemen.

Other characters include students and faculty at P.S. 118, Arnold's school, and citizens of Hillwood. Certain episodes focus on the lives of supporting characters, such as the tenants of the boarding house that Arnold's grandparents own.

Setting[edit]

Hey Arnold! takes place in the fictional American city of Hillwood, in a rundown neighborhood. While its geographic location is never revealed outright, Bartlett described the city as "an amalgam of large northern cities I have loved, including Seattle (my hometown), Portland (where I went to art school) and Brooklyn (the bridge, the brownstones, the subway)".[7] Bartlett, having grown up in Seattle, based many of the show's events on his own experience growing up in the city. Evan Levine of the Houston Chronicle commented on the series' "backdrop of dark streets, nighttime adventures and rundown buildings, all seen from a child's point of view".[8]

Episodes[edit]

Main article: List of Hey Arnold! episodes

Production[edit]

Animator Craig Bartlett graduated from Anacortes High School and obtained a degree in communications from The Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington.[10] During high school and college, he studied painting and sculpture at the Museum Art School in Portland, and his first job after college was at Will Vinton Productions, a Claymation Studio.[10] Originally, Bartlett intended to become a painter "in the 19th-century sense", but he became interested in animation during a trip to Italy.[6]

In 1987, while working on Pee-wee's Playhouse, he created claymation cutaways about a character named Penny and her friend Arnold, and made three "Arnold" shorts: Arnold Escapes from Church (1988), The Arnold Waltz (1990) and Arnold Rides His Chair (1991) which years later, were given the nickname "Clay Arnold." Six years later, Bartlett teamed up with five writers from Rugrats to develop animation projects for Nickelodeon.[10] These meetings were generally difficult and the writers became frustrated; Bartlett recalled: "Our ideas were OK, but such a large and motley group couldn't get far at pitch meetings. Network execs got migraines just counting us coming in the door."[10] As a last resort, Bartlett played the "Penny" tapes, intending to highlight the Penny character. However, the executives were more impressed by Arnold, despite him being a minor character.[10]

After the meeting, the group began developing Arnold, creating his personality and evolving him from claymation to cel animation. Bartlett stated: "We did a lot of talking about who Arnold is. We came up with a reluctant hero who keeps finding himself responsible for solving something, making the right choices, doing the right thing."[10] After creating ideas for Arnold, Bartlett began work on the supporting characters, drawing influence from his childhood: "A lot of the characters are an amalgam of people I knew when I was a kid. The girls in Hey Arnold! are girls that either liked or didn't like me when I was in school."[6]

In 1994, Bartlett created the pilot episode of Hey Arnold! in his living room, and showed it to producers at Nickelodeon. A year later, the network decided to begin work on the series.[6] As mentioned earlier, the character was previously featured in a trilogy of clay animation shorts from 1988 to 1991: Arnold Escapes from Church (1988),[11]The Arnold Waltz (1990),[12][13] and Arnold Rides a Chair (1991), the latter having been aired as a filler short on Sesame Street in 1991. The 10-minute pilot episode, titled Arnold, was shown in theaters on July 10, 1996, before Nickelodeon's first feature-length film, its adaptation of Harriet the Spy.[10]

Apart from the animation style, Nick's Arnold wears a sweater, with his plaid shirt untucked (resembling a kilt). Only Arnold's cap remains unchanged from his original clay-animation wardrobe. Arnold comic strips also appeared in Simpsons Illustrated magazine, by Matt Groening, the creator of The Simpsons, who is also Craig Bartlett's brother-in-law.

Hey Arnold! was Nickelodeon's first animated series to feature kids voiced by actual children instead of adults. As a result of this, many of the boy characters, including Arnold himself, were recast at least once throughout the show's run, due to the child actors reaching puberty. One notable exception to this was Jamil Walker Smith, the voice of Gerald. After Smith's voice changed, auditions for a new actor were held, but the crew felt none of them were suitable replacements. As a result, Smith was kept on as the voice of Gerald, whose voice subsequently changed in-universe with the episode Gerald's Tonsils. This would last until The Jungle Movie, which featured Benjamin Flores Jr. as the voice of Gerald instead.

Production of Hey Arnold! wrapped on December 7, 2001.[14] A dispute over a second then-planned Hey Arnold! movie, The Jungle Movie, resulted in Bartlett leaving Nickelodeon. The last season's episodes were released over four years, beginning on March 4, 2000. The series aired its final episode, unannounced, on June 8, 2004.[15] "The Jungle Movie" was eventually released as a television film on November 24, 2017.

Broadcast[edit]

United States[edit]

Apart from Nickelodeon in the United States, Hey Arnold! premiered on October 30, 1996, in the United Kingdom, originally on CITV. In 2002, Nicktoons Network began broadcasting the show, and aired reruns of all Hey Arnold! In the United States until May 30, 2007 when the show was taken off its nightly schedule. The show aired in reruns on the now-defunct Nick on CBS programming block for two years, from September 14, 2002, to September 4, 2004. On September 5, 2011, the Canadian Nickelodeon channel began airing reruns of Hey Arnold!.

International[edit]

In 2017, the Kenya Film Classification Board banned Hey Arnold!, together with the cartoon series The Loud House, The Legend of Korra, Steven Universe, Clarence and Adventure Time, from being broadcast in Kenya. According to the Board, the reason was that these series were "glorifying homosexual behavior".[16]

Home media[edit]

Nickelodeon released all five seasons on DVD in Region 1 via Amazon.com through its CreateSpace Manufacture-on-demand program in 2008 and 2009. Season 1 was released on August 21, 2008, Season 2 on August 29, 2008, Season 3 on December 8, 2009,[17] Season 4 on November 27, 2009, and Season 5 on December 4, 2009.[18]

CreateSpace Releases Release Date Discs Episodes
Season 1August 21, 2008420
Season 2August 29, 2008419
Season 3: Volume 1 & Volume 2December 8, 2009620
Season 4November 27, 2009417
Season 5December 4, 2009424

On May 9, 2011, it was announced that Shout! Factory had acquired the rights to the series.[19] They subsequently released Season 1 in a 4-disc set on August 9, 2011.[20] Season 2, Part 1 was released in a 2-disc set on March 20, 2012,[21] followed by Season 2, Part 2 in a 2-disc set on July 24, 2012.[22] Season 3 was released in a 3-disc set on January 29, 2013, as a "Shout Select" title.[23] On May 14, 2013, Season 4 was released in a 2-disc set as a Shout exclusive followed by Season 5 released in a 3-disc set on October 15, 2013, also as a Shout exclusive[24] making the entire series available on DVD. On August 19, 2014, the complete series was released in a 16-disc set through Shout! Factory as a Walmart exclusive. On November 20, 2018, Paramount Home Entertainment released Hey Arnold!: The Ultimate Collection DVD containing all of the previously released episodes and movies now packaged into one set.[25]

In Australia, all five seasons have been released by Beyond Home Entertainment under license from Nickelodeon. A 16-disc collector's edition was released on September 1, 2016, containing all five seasons.

DVD Name Episodes# of Discs Release Date
Region 1
Region 4
Season 1204August 9, 2011 (2011-08-09)April 3, 2013
Season 2, Part 1
Season 2, Part 2
194March 20, 2012 (2012-03-20)
July 2, 2012 (2012-07-02)
April 3, 2013 (complete)
Season 3♦203January 29, 2013 (2013-01-29)June 3, 2015
Season 4♦172May 14, 2013 (2013-05-14)[26]June 3, 2015
Season 5♦243October 15, 2013 (2013-10-15)[27]September 1, 2015
The Complete Series10016August 19, 2014 (2014-08-19)[28]September 1, 2016
The Ultimate Collection100, 2 Movies18November 20, 2018 (2018-11-20)[29]

♦ – Shout! Factory select title sold exclusively through Shout's online store.

Films[edit]

2002 feature film[edit]

Main article: Hey Arnold!: The Movie

In this 2002 feature film, Arnold, Helga and Gerald set out on a quest to save their old neighborhood from a greedy developer who plans on converting it into a huge shopping mall. This film was directed by Tuck Tucker, and featured guest voice talents of Jennifer Jason Leigh, Paul Sorvino and Christopher Lloyd.

In 1998, Nickelodeon gave Craig Bartlett the chance to develop a feature adaptation of the series.[30] As work on the fifth season was completing, Bartlett and company engaged in the production of Arnold Saves the Neighborhood, which would eventually become Hey Arnold!: The Movie.[30] The Neighborhood project was originally made for television and home video,[30][31] but executives at Paramount Pictures decided to release it theatrically after successful test screenings.[31] According to animation historian Jerry Beck (in his Animated Movie Guide), the decision was buoyed by the financial success of the first two Rugrats movies, The Rugrats Movie and Rugrats in Paris: The Movie.[30]

2017 television film[edit]

Main article: Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie

In an interview with Arun Mehta, Craig Bartlett announced that he was working with Nickelodeon on a Hey Arnold! revival.[32] In September 2015, Nickelodeon president Russell Hicks announced that the company was considering revivals for a number of their older shows, including Hey Arnold!.[33] According to an announcement by The Independent, a Hey Arnold! revival is "very much on the cards".[34] On November 23, 2015, Nickelodeon announced that a TV movie is in the works and will pick up right where the series left off.[35] The film will also answer unanswered questions about the fate of Arnold's parents.[35] On March 1, 2016, it was announced that the TV film, The Jungle Movie, would be divided into two parts and would air in 2017.[5] On March 6, 2016, voice actress Nika Futterman confirmed on Twitter that she and her character Olga Pataki would appear in the two-hour film.[36] In June 2016, it was confirmed that the TV film would be titled The Jungle Movie, and that 19 of the original voice actors from the series would lend their voices in the film.[37] New cast-members included Mason Vale Cotton as Arnold; Benjamin "Lil' P-Nut" Flores as Gerald; Gavin Lewis as Eugene; Jet Jurgensmeyer as Stinky; Aiden Lewandowski as Sid; Laya Hayes as Nadine; Nicolas Cantu as Curly; Wally Wingert as Oskar; Stephen Stanton as Pigeon Man; and Alfred Molina as the villain Lasombra.[38] The film debuted on November 24, 2017, on Nickelodeon.

Possible reboot[edit]

Before the premiere of The Jungle Movie, Nickelodeon stated that if the ratings of the movie would succeed they would consider rebooting the series. Unfortunately, even though the ratings were a success with older audiences, it ended up missing the mark with the young kids demographic so the idea of bringing back the show on Nickelodeon was scrapped. However, in August 2018, musical composer for the show Jim Lang revealed in a Tunes/Toons podcast that while Nick will not produce the show at the studio due to how poor ratings were with The Jungle Movie, he had this to say: "Netflix, Amazon, Apple were all people that they were going to go out to with the idea of trying to make a season six of Hey Arnold!. We haven't heard anything yet but we've got our fingers crossed."[39] In October 2019, Craig Bartlett revealed in an interview with The Arun Mehta Show that Hey Arnold! could come back as a series with the characters aged up for season 6 if the Rugrats reboot is successful.[40]

Soundtrack[edit]

Hey Arnold! The Music, Volume 1. was released on July 3, 2020. The soundtrack included 45 minutes of previously unreleased music that had been remastered from the original audio files by Emmy Award-winning sound engineer Dave Marino in conjunction with show composer Jim Lang, as well as new original exclusive artwork done by Bartlett. Released in vinyl format complete with A-side and B-side. The release marked the first ever release.[41]

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  1. Downtown As Fruits / Eugene's Bike

    Arnold and Gerald are cast as a banana and a strawberry in their school play, "The Four Food Groups", written and directed by Helga. Humiliated by Helga's treatment during rehearsals and dressed in their costumes for the evening performance, Arnold and Gerald decide to miss their stop and the opening of the play. Instead of the bus turning around at the end of the line as Gerald predicts, Arnold and Gerald find themselves stranded downtown dressed in their fruit suits. Arnold inadvertently wrecks Eugene's brand new bike. Guilt ridden, Arnold rebuilds the bike but forgets to install the brake cable and Eugene crashes -- wrecking the bike again. Things go from bad to worse as Arnold tries again and again to make it up to Eugene.

    Arnold and Gerald are cast as a banana and a strawberry in their school play, "The Four Food Groups", written and directed by Helga. Humiliated by Helga's treatment during rehearsals and dressed in their costumes for the evening performance, Arnold and Gerald decide to miss their stop and the opening of the play. Instead of the bus turning around at the end of the line as Gerald predicts, Arnold and Gerald find themselves stranded downtown dressed in their fruit suits. Arnold inadvertently wrecks Eugene's brand new bike. Guilt ridden, Arnold rebuilds the bike but forgets to install the brake cable and Eugene crashes -- wrecking the bike again. Things go from bad to worse as Arnold tries again and again to make it up to Eugene.

  2. The Little Pink Book / Field Trip

    Helga accidentally drops her journal full of love poems about Arnold into a pile of Gerald's books.  Arnold and Gerald discover the journal and are astounded to find Arnold the object of such ardor. The boys are determined to find out who wrote the poems. Meanwhile, Helga desperately tries to recover the journal before Arnold reads the last page -- the one with her signature on it. Arnold's class goes on a field trip to the aquarium where Arnold waits in anticipation to see Lockjaw, the infamous "terror of the deep." When Lockjaw turns out to be an old tortoise with a graffiti covered shell, the other kids make fun of him and pelt his shell with garbage. Arnold feels sorry for him and conspires with Grandma to free the 400 hundred pound tortoise.

    Helga accidentally drops her journal full of love poems about Arnold into a pile of Gerald's books.  Arnold and Gerald discover the journal and are astounded to find Arnold the object of such ardor. The boys are determined to find out who wrote the poems. Meanwhile, Helga desperately tries to recover the journal before Arnold reads the last page -- the one with her signature on it. Arnold's class goes on a field trip to the aquarium where Arnold waits in anticipation to see Lockjaw, the infamous "terror of the deep." When Lockjaw turns out to be an old tortoise with a graffiti covered shell, the other kids make fun of him and pelt his shell with garbage. Arnold feels sorry for him and conspires with Grandma to free the 400 hundred pound tortoise.

  3. Arnold's Hat / The Stoop Kid

    Helga has been secretly building a shrine in her closet to Arnold.  She has been collecting his combs, old school photos, used band-aids and chewing gum, but only one thing will make the shrine complete: Arnold's hat.  After several failed attempts to get it, the wind literally blows it into her lap.  Arnold is deeply affected by the loss of his hat since it is the last gift he received from his parents before they left him with his grandparents.  Helga starts to feel sorry for him and attemptst to return the hat to him. Meanwhile, Grandpa teaches Arnold that it's not how you look that's important, but who you are inside. Arnold has to retrieve the football from the lair of the legendary Stoop Kid -- a bully who, according to neighborhood legend, pounds anyone who sets foot upon his domain.  Arnold learns the Stoop Kid can't leave his stoop and the rest of the neighborhood bully the Stoop Kid in return.  Arnold secretly helps the Stoop Kid overcome his fears and come down off his stoop.

    Helga has been secretly building a shrine in her closet to Arnold.  She has been collecting his combs, old school photos, used band-aids and chewing gum, but only one thing will make the shrine complete: Arnold's hat.  After several failed attempts to get it, the wind literally blows it into her lap.  Arnold is deeply affected by the loss of his hat since it is the last gift he received from his parents before they left him with his grandparents.  Helga starts to feel sorry for him and attemptst to return the hat to him. Meanwhile, Grandpa teaches Arnold that it's not how you look that's important, but who you are inside. Arnold has to retrieve the football from the lair of the legendary Stoop Kid -- a bully who, according to neighborhood legend, pounds anyone who sets foot upon his domain.  Arnold learns the Stoop Kid can't leave his stoop and the rest of the neighborhood bully the Stoop Kid in return.  Arnold secretly helps the Stoop Kid overcome his fears and come down off his stoop.

  4. Helga's Makeover / The Old Building

    Helga tries to hide her disappointment at not being invited to Rhonda's makeover party. She gives herself her own makeover and crashes the party with the neighborhood boys in tow, trying to out girlie-girl everyone else at the party. Arnold gets caught between his loyalty to Grandma and a promise to help his pal Ernie demolish his 500th building when the demolition of an old theater brings Grandma and Ernie into conflict with one another.

    Helga tries to hide her disappointment at not being invited to Rhonda's makeover party. She gives herself her own makeover and crashes the party with the neighborhood boys in tow, trying to out girlie-girl everyone else at the party. Arnold gets caught between his loyalty to Grandma and a promise to help his pal Ernie demolish his 500th building when the demolition of an old theater brings Grandma and Ernie into conflict with one another.

  5. Sixth Grade Girls / The Baseball

    Arnold and Gerald are invited to a school dance by Connie and Maria; a pair of 6th grade "older women" who are trying to make their boyfriends jealous. The jilted boyfriends confront Arnold and Gerald at the dance. Arnold and Gerald manage to scrape up enough money for cheap seats at the last baseball game of Mickey Kaline - Arnold's idol. After making a dash for the expensive seats, Arnold snags a home run ball Kaline belts over the left field fence. Arnold has every intention of holding on to his prized possession until he learns the home run ball would mean even more to somebody else.

    Arnold and Gerald are invited to a school dance by Connie and Maria; a pair of 6th grade "older women" who are trying to make their boyfriends jealous. The jilted boyfriends confront Arnold and Gerald at the dance. Arnold and Gerald manage to scrape up enough money for cheap seats at the last baseball game of Mickey Kaline - Arnold's idol. After making a dash for the expensive seats, Arnold snags a home run ball Kaline belts over the left field fence. Arnold has every intention of holding on to his prized possession until he learns the home run ball would mean even more to somebody else.

  6. Heat / Snow

    A record heatwave strikes the city, setting everyone on edge. Arnold and Gerald look everywhere for relief from the soaring temperature, but finally snap when they learn the Jolly Olly ice cream man is price-gouging kids for his product. Arnold wakes to find the city covered in snow and hears that school is closed for the day. He wants to go out and join the rest of the neighborhood kids with their plans for snowball fights, sledding, building snowmen, and a big hockey game, but sees that Grandpa is saddled with extra work due to the storm. He volunteers to stay in and help out Grandpa with the chores.

    A record heatwave strikes the city, setting everyone on edge. Arnold and Gerald look everywhere for relief from the soaring temperature, but finally snap when they learn the Jolly Olly ice cream man is price-gouging kids for his product. Arnold wakes to find the city covered in snow and hears that school is closed for the day. He wants to go out and join the rest of the neighborhood kids with their plans for snowball fights, sledding, building snowmen, and a big hockey game, but sees that Grandpa is saddled with extra work due to the storm. He volunteers to stay in and help out Grandpa with the chores.

  7. Operation Ruthless / The Vacant Lot

    Arnold decides to get up the nerve to speak with the girl of his dreams, Ruth McDougal, at the annual cheese festival.  Helga learns of Arnold's infatuation and begins "Operation Ruthless" - every time Arnold attempts to approach Ruth, Helga spikes his plans. Arnold and the gang clean up a vacant lot so that they can have a baseball field, but the neighborhood adults have designs of their own for the newly renovated space.

    Arnold decides to get up the nerve to speak with the girl of his dreams, Ruth McDougal, at the annual cheese festival.  Helga learns of Arnold's infatuation and begins "Operation Ruthless" - every time Arnold attempts to approach Ruth, Helga spikes his plans. Arnold and the gang clean up a vacant lot so that they can have a baseball field, but the neighborhood adults have designs of their own for the newly renovated space.

  8. The List / The Haunted Train

    Arnold's best laid plans for the "Ultimate Saturday" go up in smoke when he tries to complete all of his favorite things to do in one afternoon. All the while, Grandma and a team of wacky movers try desperately to move a piano into the building. On a boring summer night Grandpa tries to liven things up by telling a story about haunted Train Number 25 which comes back to earth on the anniversary of its last ride -- the mad engineer wants to take unsuspecting passengers away to the spirit world!

    Arnold's best laid plans for the "Ultimate Saturday" go up in smoke when he tries to complete all of his favorite things to do in one afternoon. All the while, Grandma and a team of wacky movers try desperately to move a piano into the building. On a boring summer night Grandpa tries to liven things up by telling a story about haunted Train Number 25 which comes back to earth on the anniversary of its last ride -- the mad engineer wants to take unsuspecting passengers away to the spirit world!

  9. Mugged / Roughin' It

    Arnold learns the secrets of the martial arts from Grandma after getting held up for his bus pass. Arnold is transformed into a Karate Master, but is overcome with his newfound power. Arnold becomes too cocky with his abilities and is ready to beat up anyone who crosses his path. Arnold has to learn the hard way that with great power comes great responsibility. Grandpa takes Arnold and Gerald out to the woods to show them how to camp "the old fashioned way."  After a grueling day of setting up camp and learning basic survival skills, Arnold and Gerald come to the conclusion that "nature bites."  Meanwhile, Helga and her father are getting back to nature in high-tech style.

    Arnold learns the secrets of the martial arts from Grandma after getting held up for his bus pass. Arnold is transformed into a Karate Master, but is overcome with his newfound power. Arnold becomes too cocky with his abilities and is ready to beat up anyone who crosses his path. Arnold has to learn the hard way that with great power comes great responsibility. Grandpa takes Arnold and Gerald out to the woods to show them how to camp "the old fashioned way."  After a grueling day of setting up camp and learning basic survival skills, Arnold and Gerald come to the conclusion that "nature bites."  Meanwhile, Helga and her father are getting back to nature in high-tech style.

  10. Door 16 / Arnold As Cupid

    The boarders are all suspicious of the mysterious Mr. Smith who lives behind door 16. He has a private bathroom and takes all his meals alone. A package arrives for Mr. Smith and Arnold must defend the package from the boarders who think it might hold the secret to Mr. Smith's identity. Oscar Kokoshka moves in with Arnold when his wife, Susie, throws him out of their apartment following another fight. Arnold resolves to get the two back together again after his new "roomie" starts to drive him crazy!

    The boarders are all suspicious of the mysterious Mr. Smith who lives behind door 16. He has a private bathroom and takes all his meals alone. A package arrives for Mr. Smith and Arnold must defend the package from the boarders who think it might hold the secret to Mr. Smith's identity. Oscar Kokoshka moves in with Arnold when his wife, Susie, throws him out of their apartment following another fight. Arnold resolves to get the two back together again after his new "roomie" starts to drive him crazy!

  11. Bench Warmer / Cool Jerk

    Arnold has trouble with the basketball coach and his favored son until he teaches them both a lesson in Zen and the Art of Free-throw Shooting as well as the real meaning of teamwork. Arnold becomes friend with "cool" Frankie G., but his new friend only succeeds in getting him into trouble.

    Arnold has trouble with the basketball coach and his favored son until he teaches them both a lesson in Zen and the Art of Free-throw Shooting as well as the real meaning of teamwork. Arnold becomes friend with "cool" Frankie G., but his new friend only succeeds in getting him into trouble.

  12. Das Subway / Wheezin' Ed

    When a movie lets out later than expected, Arnold and the gang have no choice but to take the subway home.  Though they are worried about going into the subway after dark, Arnold convinces them everything will be OK. Then the adventure really begins. Arnold and the gang set out on a quest to find the hidden treasure of the mysterious "Wheezin' Ed" on Elk Island. They recruit a salty old sea captain to ferry them to the island where they find themselves pitted against a couple of penny counterfeiters hiding out in the island's caves.

    When a movie lets out later than expected, Arnold and the gang have no choice but to take the subway home.  Though they are worried about going into the subway after dark, Arnold convinces them everything will be OK. Then the adventure really begins. Arnold and the gang set out on a quest to find the hidden treasure of the mysterious "Wheezin' Ed" on Elk Island. They recruit a salty old sea captain to ferry them to the island where they find themselves pitted against a couple of penny counterfeiters hiding out in the island's caves.

  13. Tutoring Torvald / Gerald Comes Over

    Arnold is given the assignment to tutor Torvald, the meanest, toughest kid in Arnold's math class, for the big math test on Friday. Arnold has to find a unique way of teaching the rudiments of math to the torrid Torvald.  The two finally work together and Torvald gains a new appreciation for math and Arnold earns a reprieve from Torvald's bullying for himself and his friends. Gerald convinces Arnold to allow him to spend the night at Arnold's house. Arnold is apprehensive about introducing his friend to his extended "family"; the sometimes eccentric boarders at his Grandparents' house.

    Arnold is given the assignment to tutor Torvald, the meanest, toughest kid in Arnold's math class, for the big math test on Friday. Arnold has to find a unique way of teaching the rudiments of math to the torrid Torvald.  The two finally work together and Torvald gains a new appreciation for math and Arnold earns a reprieve from Torvald's bullying for himself and his friends. Gerald convinces Arnold to allow him to spend the night at Arnold's house. Arnold is apprehensive about introducing his friend to his extended "family"; the sometimes eccentric boarders at his Grandparents' house.

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