Arthur

Muffy's Art Attack / Tales from the Crib

Season 8, Ep 8, Aired 12/24/03
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  • Episode Description
  • #80801 "Muffy's Art Attack" Muffy thinks that art is pointless and she has the sudden idea to put on her own Art Show. But when she forgets to make art for the show, she turns to Bailey and he ends up making every art piece. Will Muffy give Bailey the credit he deserves? #80802 "Tales From The Crib" Vicita is afraid to change from a crib to a big grown up bed so D.W. shares a story of when she had to make the big change.moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Jodie Resther

    Francine Alice Frensky

  • Arthur Holden

    Mr. Nigel Emil Ratburn

  • Michael Yarmush

    Voice of Arthur Timothy Read (1996-2001)

  • Sonja Ball

    Janet Read

  • Bruce Dinsmore

    David Read / Binky Barnes

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (1)

    • DW: It's not real, it's just an Irving legend. Vescita: What's that? DW: It's a made up story your uncle Irving tells you. Vescita: But I don't have an uncle Irving!

    Notes (4)

    • Arthur's parents and D.W. do not appear in "Muffy's Art Attack".

    • Arthur Ganson both voices his animated character in "Muffy's Art Attack" and appears in the "A Word From Us Kids" interstitial segment.

    • Additionally, there is a Rugrats video by the same name.

    • The title "Tales from the Crib" is a reference to the gruesome series Tales from the Crypt.

    Trivia (2)

    • How can DW claim she gave up her crib for her little sister? In "Arthur's Baby/DW's Baby", she was all excited about her parents moving the crib back into her room for the new baby, and she already has her "big girl bed" for a long time now.

    • What was Pal doing in the house? In "Arthur's Pet Business", it is revealed he didn't come back then!

    Allusions (1)

    • Mr. Ratburn: ...the tragicomic works of Samuel Beckett...
      Mr. Ratburn mentions Samuel Beckett, whose Waiting for Godot was the inspiration for the season 7 episode, "Waiting to Go".

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