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Gerald Martin Johanssen (Character)
from "Hey Arnold!" (1996)

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Gerald is a funny, African American boy who lives... See more »
Alternate Names:
Gerald Johanssen / Gerald Johnassen / Martin Johanssen


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  1. "Hey Arnold!"
        - Simmons' Documentary/Big Bob's Crisis (2003) TV episode, Played by Jamil Walker Smith (as Gerald Johanssen)
        - Ghost Bride/Gerald vs. Jamie O. (2003) TV episode, Played by Jamil Walker Smith (as Gerald Johanssen)
        - Timberly Loves Arnold/Eugene, Eugene! (2003) TV episode, Played by Jamil Walker Smith
        - The Journal (2002) TV episode, Played by Jamil Walker Smith (as Gerald Johanssen)
        - Gerald's Game/Fishing Trip (2002) TV episode, Played by Rick Fitts (as Martin Johanssen) / Jamil Walker Smith (as Gerald Johanssen)
          (76 more)
  2. Hey Arnold! The Movie (2002) Played by Jamil Walker Smith

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Fun Stuff

From "Hey Arnold!: Part Time Friends/Biosquare (#2.19)" (1998)
Gerald Johanssen: [In Arnold's dream as an old man] Aw this seat's pretty crowded.
Arnold: [as an old man] Tell me about it, sitting next to you is my worst nightmare!
Gerald Johanssen: Just the thought of you makes me so mad I could... I could uh? Do you remember why we stopped talking to each other?
Arnold: Nope I don't
Gerald Johanssen: Me neither
Arnold: It was something about school
Gerald Johanssen: No it wasn't, it was about some stupid baseball game!
Arnold: It was school!
Gerald Johanssen: Baseball!
Arnold: You're an old stubborn fool and you're losing your mind!
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