The everyday life of Arnold, a 4th-grader in a nameless city that resembles Brooklyn, New York, who lives in a multi-racial boarding house with his grandparents and a motley assortment of neighbors and friends.
Helga has Christmas all figured out. It's about cash and presents and getting what you wish no matter what. But Christmas Eve finds Arnold searching to find a gift for Mr. Hyunh-and it's one that no ...
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The adventures of a daydreaming, jazz-loving, football-headed 9-year-old, who lives in a boarding house with his grandparents and some eccentric boarders; encounters life in the city with his best friend Gerald, a loofah-haired kid who is the keeper of the urban tales and coolest kid in class; and is tormented by Helga, who loves him secretly.Written by
Many stores in the city are named after the writer's and director's in the city - such as Viksten's Pharmacy and many others. See more »
In "Girl Trouble", Helga manages to be both in her seat and standing at the front of the class sharpening her pencil. At the same time, all the desks appear to be arranged in rows, but when she talks to Arnold seconds later, they are in groups. See more »
[repeated line, usually after Helga screams so loud because she's afraid her secret is going to get out]
Did you hear something?
No, I didn't hear anything.
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At the end of the closing credits, the "Games Animation Inc" title appears as chalk graffiti Arnold made on a brick wall. See more »
Hey Arnold! was created back in 1996. At first look, I thought it was going to be stupid, but when I watched it, I realized how cool the show really is. It really demonstrates how hard it can be growing up. Everyone seems to look up to Arnold, and are always asking him for help. Even when Arnold didn't do anything, someone always gets him into the middle of an argument. Better yet, Arnold is always able to figure things out in the end. Overall, this show is more realistic than some soap operas and teen shows are, and is very entertaining.
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