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How Many Episodes Of "Hey Arnold!" Have You Seen?
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.
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Arnold and Gerald decide to take the bus a bit too far and miss the play that they are characters in, since Helga is in charge of it. Later, when Eugene's bicycle is ruined thanks to Arnold, he decides to take him out for a day of fun.
With fourteen beautiful inches of powdery snow, a blizzard has transformed Arnold's city into a winter play-land. But with the list of chores Grandpa has handed him, it could be July before he gets to play in it.
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. On a boring summer night Grandpa tries to liven things up by telling a story about haunted Train Number 25.
The boarders are all suspicious of the mysterious Mr. Smith who lives behind door 16. Oscar Kokoshka moves in with Arnold when his wife, Susie, throws him out of their apartment following another fight.
When Arnold receives Mr. Hyunh's name in the boarding house's annual Secret Santa draw, he decides to make it the most special Christmas ever for the lonely boarder, and tries to reunite Mr. Hyunh with his long-lost daughter. Meanwhile, Helga agonizes over what would make the perfect present for Arnold.
Arnold is given the assignment to tutor Torvald, the meanest, toughest kid in Arnold's math class, for the big math test on Friday. Gerald convinces Arnold to allow him to spend the night at Arnold's house.
The first episode is "Spelling Bee", It's time to crown the spelling champ of the whole city, and P.S. 118 has two contenders for the $500 prize. In one corner, Arnold. In the other, Helga. The second "Pigeon Man", Arnold's prized pigeon takes ill, and only one person can help-the creepy recluse Pigeon Man. But when Arnold visits him in his rooftop roost he find they're birds of a feather.
When Helga's older sister, Olga, comes home from college and gets all of her parents' attention, Helga plots to sabotage her sister's visit. Arnold and Gerald save up cereal box tops to get a telescope before the arrival of Salley's Comet.
Arnold's pet pig, Abner, escapes one night while Arnold is sleeping. When Arnold tries to bring Grandpa's pocket watch home from the repair shop, he accidentally drops it down a hole in the street, which leads him to strange subterranean world.
Arnold gives an amateur magic show behind the boarding house and, for his big number, makes Helga actually disappear. When Arnold accidentally beans Harold in a baseball game, the bully vows to "kill" him, and gives him 24 hours to live.
Arnold and Helga are editors of competing school newspapers.Harold softens when he finds a lost cat and then refuses to give it up to its rightful owner. Arnold eventually persuades Harold to give up the kitty.
AKA - Trash Can Day, Arnold and Gerald must get through the traditional day of hazing 4th graders. After EugeneÃ+s pet fish is accidentally killed by ArnoldÃ+s yo-yo, Arnold vows to get unlucky Eugene a pet that will endure.
Arnold and Gerald team up to carry out the ultimate Halloween prank, by deliberately faking a news radio broadcast of an alien invasion, causing widespread panic throughout town not seen since Orson Welles inadvertently did so in 1938!
Arnold and Gerald catch a suspicious man on film and they follow him clue-to-clue.In an effort to win a class poetry contest, Phoebe copies a poem from a book. Thereafter she is haunted by her guilty conscience and the imagined voice of her trophy.
Arnold and the rest of his fourth grade friends play the seemingly unbeatable fifth graders in touch football. Gerald, the middle child in his family, is feeling so neglected that he moves into Arnold's boarding house.
Like his Grandfather before him, Arnold competes in the annual block party eating contest. Fashion and image-aware Rhonda fails the eye chart and gets glasses. Immediately she is labeled a geek and is forced to hang out with the geeky kids.
Arnold and Gerald recruit their old basketball coach to be their bowling coach, and he quickly alienates them with his overbearing demandsArnold and Gerald go on a ghost hunt through the boarding house, trying to uncover the mystery of Four-Eyed Jack.
Eugene becomes disillusioned about his life after learning that his favorite movie action hero doesn't do his own stunts. Arnold and the gang go on a class trip to the opera and have grand, musical dreams of their own.
After happening upon a snotty rich kid named, Rex, who is legendary for winning the annual toy boat race, Arnold and Gerald decide to enter the race. Fed up with Principal Wartz's budget cuts, the teachers decide to go out on strike.
While feeling the effects of laughing gas, Helga leaves a confessional message of love on Arnold's phone machine. / After Harold shoplifts some meat from the butcher shop, he is sentenced to work off his punishment.
Arnold becomes a hot (and dangerous) hitter. He keeps injuring people everytime he swings the bat. Afraid of hurting more people, Arnold refuses to play ball. / Arnold & Gerald manage the career of the most unlikely country-and-western singer, Mr. Hyunh.
Grandpa becomes tired of dealing with the boarding house and decides to sell. Arnold has to convince him otherwise. / Gerald has his tonsils removed before a big concert and must come to grips with the fact that his voice has changed.
Grandpa thinks he's going to die soon because no one in his family ever made it past his age. He prepares to die, and Arnold tries to convince him that life is still worth living. / Helga and Miriam get stuck on the road together with no money.
Sid is wrongfully accused of a school prank and is expelled. Sid seeks revenge on Principle Wartz. / Eugene wants to ride with the gang, but they all think he's a jinx and won't go with him. Arnold decides to break the cycle of pain and rides with Eugene, but they get stuck.
After the results of an aptitude test are announced, Harold gains self-confidence and Helga feels dumber. / Arnold is instrumental in persuading Oskar to actually get off his butt and get a temporary job.
Helga does a standup routine at a school function and proceeds to insult all of her friends. / A flood strands the kids at school overnight and they reveal some of their most private thoughts and feelings.
Phoebe agrees to take a dive so that Helga can win a competition, but she comes to regret her decision. / The boys engage in a recreation of a historical battle, only this time their prized pig is in danger of losing his life.
Arnold seeks out his favorite author who turns out to be quite opposite of her sweet and sentimental books. / A rich kid joins Arnold's class. Arnold and the gang tell him what life in the big city is really like.
When the gang all decide that they are going to "moon" Principal Wartz, Arnold thinks that it's a bad idea, but ends up inadvertently getting caught and taking the blame./Olga comes to PS 118 to be a student teacher.
Arnold is the cause of two birthday party's for Eugene being a big flop./Stinky feels that he is a failure at everything he does until Arnold helps him discover that he is the best pumpkin grower in town.
When Arnold discovers that Oskar has been pretending to know how to read, Arnold confronts him./Big Bob pulls his back and cannot go to a very important meeting. Not knowing who else to send in his place, he asks Helga.
After winning coupons to a fancy French restaurant, Helga attempts to prove to Arnold that she is more sophisticated than Lila. /Helga is devastated when her patsy, Phoebe, is skipped to the 6th grade.
Big Bob gets a parrot which eventually gets on his nerves. He passes the bird on to Helga, who spills her emotions about Arnold to the bird./Arnold and Gerald decide to sell chocolate turtles to raise money for the club's ongoing go-cart project.
Grandpa returns back to grade school so he can finally fulfill his dream of graduating./Mr. Simmons gives the class an assignment to couple up and take care of an egg over the weekend to learn teamwork and responsibility.
Helga becomes the latest child fashion star and everyone loves her for her scowl and bad attitude./The gang finally gets sick of Arnold's never-ending good advice, so they all decide to stop listening to him all together.
When Arnold and Grandpa get into a fender bender with Helga and Big Bob, the typical argument of who's at fault ensues./After a confrontation at PS 118 between Rhonda and Patty, they both end up at the same finishing school.
Arnold's weird cousin, Arnie, arrives for a visit and appears to be the biggest loser to everyone except Lila, the love of Arnold's life./Oskar's wife Susie agrees to watch her cousin's baby, also named Oskar.
Grandpa's sister, Mitzi, shows up out of the blue to grace the boarding house with her presence./When Coach Wittenberg needs to form a synchronized swim team to save his job, he recruits Arnold, Gerald and the rest of the gang to compete.
Washed up balladeer Dino Spumoni fakes his own death in order to increase his record sales. Everyone believes he's dead and at the funeral, Grandpa and Arnold find out that Dino has left Arnold all his future record sales.
When Helga realizes that Arnold is so taken by Lila because of her wit and charm, she decides that the only way to get Arnold to notice her is to be like Lila./Arnold helps Mr. Green run for the City Council.
Arnold Tries To Help Eugene Get Out Of A Tree, But Gets Stuck Himself. After A Busy Day At School Of Boasting And Fashion Policing, Rhonda Comes Home And Finds Out That They Are Now Broke And Have Nothing Left.
Rhonda uses her origami marriage predictor to tell who will marry who within the gang. Everyone becomes curious. Except Arnold who refuses to take the test, until Rhonda peeks his curiosity by telling him that it might predict that he will marry Lila.
Harold, Stinky and Sid steal rockets out of the science lab at school and set them off outside of an old Police Station./The deli shop where Mr. Hyunh works has a new owner and he's looking for a new head chef whose a real family man.
On the anniversary of his parent's disappearance, Arnold decides to give up hoping that they will ever return home. But while packing away their keepsakes in the attic, Arnold finds his father's old journal.
When Gerald tries to get rid of his little sister Timberly, Arnold sticks up for her by persuading Gerald to let her hang out with them. /Mr. Leichliter, the theater critic, posts auditions for his rendition of the classic play, "Eugene, Eugene".
HEY ARNOLD! presents a fresh look at life in a big city as seen from a kid's point of view. Arnold has a creative mind, an admirable nonchalance and a head shaped like a football. Along with his best friend Gerald, Arnold must
Mr. Simmons wins The Teacher of the Year award and The Knowledge Channel wants to do a documentary capturing the spontaneous moments in his class./Big Bob has a change of heart when he has what appears to be a heart attack.