Hey Arnold!

Nickelodeon (ended 2004)
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  • Episode Guide
  • S 5 : Ep 26

    Hey Arnold 2: The Movie (aka Jungle Movie)


  • S 5 : Ep 25

    Hey Arnold!: The Movie (aka Arnold Saves the Neighborhood)

    Aired 6/28/02

  • S 5 : Ep 24

    Grandpa's Packard / Phoebe's Little Problem

    Aired 6/8/04

  • S 5 : Ep 23

    Ghost Bride / Gerald v.s. Jamie O.

    Aired 11/11/03

  • S 5 : Ep 22

    A Day in the Life of a Classroom / Big Bob's Crisis

    Aired 11/15/03

  • Cast & Crew
  • Kath Soucie

    Miriam Pataki (Helga's Mother)/Marilyn Berman (Harold's Mother)

  • Maurice LaMarche

    "Big" Bob Pataki (Helga's Dad)/Revis/Jacques

  • Tress MacNeille

    Arnold's Grandma/Miss Slovak/Arnold's Mother

  • James Belushi

    Coach Jack Wittenberg

  • Dan Castellaneta

    Arnold's Grandpa (Phil)/Sheena's Uncle Earl/The Jolly Olly Ice Cream Man/Dr. Murray Steiglitz/Nick Vermicelli

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  • Hey Arnold! is a much-loved and popular Nicktoon on Nickelodeon. The whole basis of the show is Helga's love for Arnold, but a lot of episodes and storylines focus on Arnold and his friends. Hey Arnold! shows a variety of different characters - even the background characters have 1 or 2 episodes on themselves. Arnold is a good person and tries to do things right. People at his school seek him for advice and see him as their own advisor. Characters:Arnold - Arnold is the main character of Hey Arnold!, Arnold is very helpful to others but gets too much into their business sometimes. Helga loves Arnold more than anyone else. But Arnold doesnt know it. Arnold's last name isn't revealed in any episode, but will be in the 2004 sequel, Hey Arnold 2! Arnold's nickname is "Football Head".Gerald - Gerald is Arnold's cool best friend and the all-time keeper for the ancient legends of Arnold's neighborhood.Helga - Helga is the meanest kid in Arnold's neighborhood for one reason - she loves Arnold! And no one else knows that! Helga's best friend and sidekick is Phoebe. Harold - Harold is big and fat bully, and could swallow 50 Mr. Fudgie-bars whole! He's mostly hanging out with Stinky or Sid. Harold also thinks hes so tough but he always cries for his mommie.Phoebe - Phoebe is the Smartie! She's very useful when Helga needs help with something... or needs her to do Helga's homework. Phoebe loves Gerald, so does Gerald but its hard to tell what's gonna happen. Phoebe also knows Helga's big-deep-dark secret about Arnold, but is positive she won't let it out.Rhonda - Rhonda is the rich/cool girl. She's always depending on people to have a good fashion scene, though it never works. Rhonda is best friends with Nadine. Nadine likes everything the opposite of Rhonda and so does Rhonda but they still work out their fights.Stinky - Though his name is Stinky, he's really not. This farm-yard boy is taller than any other and is always sharing his love about lemon puddin'.Sid - Sid is always pessimistic about everything. He is very gullible and will believe anything anyone says. He's best friends with Stinky and Harold.Eugene - Eugene is the clutz! Whether he turns a good day into a nasty storm, he's very optimistic about everything. He's also known as a geek to many others.Grandpa and Grandma (Phil and Pookie) - Arnold's "substitute parents" are the craziest, most loving "substitute Parents" a kid could want! They're also Arnold's grandparents.Oskar - Oskar is a resident of the boarding house that Arnold lives in. He loves money (but relies on his wife Susie for it), he can be very lazy at times.Susie - Susie is Oskar's wife. She mainly does all the cooking, cleaning, and works since Oskar has only a paper route, and can be irratted by that sometimes. Ernie - Ernie also lives in the boarding house and is a construction worker. His room his filled with blocks, each telling a story. Ernie is very short, but has a very big heart.Mr. Hyunh - Mr. Hyunh is an asian man who came to the boarding house from China during Vietnam. He has a daughter and also a very good voice. Mr. Green - Mr. Green owns the meat shop called "Green Meats". He's always there to help, and sell meat of course.Curly - Curly is the cookoo one. He's always crazy like one time he locked himself in the principle's office and threw dodgeballs at people. Crazy, huh?Ms. Vitello - Ms. Vitello is the very old, nice, and tender owner of the flower shop on Arnold's block.Big Bob (Helgas Father) - Big Bob owns a beeper shop called Big Bobs Beepers. He is a bossy meanie(where Helga gets it from).Arnold's Mom and Dad - From the episodes "Parents Day" and "The Journal", Arnold's parents write in a journal about all the adventures they had in the wild, saving people's lives and then having Arnold. From what everyone knows, they've never came back to where they went.moreless

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  • Quotes (385)

    • Arnold's Daydream: Surfing off the coast of an island inhabited by dinosaurs.

    • Helga: Know your lines? Of course you know your lines. But I don't want to just hear your lines...I want to hear what's in your souls. Curly: Do vegetables have souls?

    • Helga: Hey, where are the fruits? Phoebe: They're not here, Helga. They never showed up. Helga: What? Arn-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-ld! Arnold: (across town on a bus) Did you hear something just now?

    • Arnold: Wow, people downtown sure are friendly.

    • Young Helga: (In flashback) Hey, Arnold! Shake hands with Mr. Crab!

    • (Arnold and his Grandma are about to lift Lockjaw) Arnold: Be careful. Don't get too close to his mouth. Grandma: (realizes her hand is gone) EEEEE! Arnold: Grandma! Grandma: (pulls up her sweater sleeve and her hand is revealed) These darn sleeves are too long.

    • (Arnold and his Grandma are at the aquarium late at night) Arnold: Grandma, we're trespassing. This is public property. Grandma: Well, we're the public, aren't we?

    • Arnold's Grandma: (to Lockjaw) Run! Be free! Go! Live and love again!

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    Notes (367)

    • Helga's "Arnold!", "Hey Arnold!" and "Move it, Football Head!" shouting are used in the Hey Arnold! theme song.

    • The pilot episode can be found on Hey Arnold! home video previews and Behind-the-Scenes videos.

    • Arnold first appeared in a Sesame Street claymation segment in which his house is a moving aircraft and he visits dinosaurs.

    • The Pilot was first shown in theaters before the 1996 Nickelodeon movie, Harriet the Spy.

    • Arnold wore green in this Pilot.

    • The Pilot was first shown on Nickelodeon in its summer afternoon block, "Nick in the Afternoon with Stick Stickly."

    • Character Debut(s): Arnold, Gerald, Helga, Harold, Phil, Phoebe.

    • This episode is available in HEY ARNOLD! URBAN ADVENTURES, currently on VHS.

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    Trivia (430)

    • Ever notice that there's something strange about Helga but you just can't pinpoint it? Could it be that Helga has only one, huge, eyebrow? For that matter, Helga, Harold (who also has just one), Stinky (whose are well above his eyes), and Gerald seem to be the only kids that have any eyebrows (although Rhonda's hair may hide hers - Sid removes his hat in "Heat", and Iggy removes his glasses in "Downtown As Fruits", and neither has eyebrows)

    • Arnold dresses up in a banana suit and Gerald dresses up in a strawberry suit in this episode.

    • Look Hard: In "Eugene's Bike," Eugene's license plate says "YOOJ."

    • The name of the pool hall that Arnold and Gerald go to is called, Ernie's Pool Hall.

    • In the teeter-totter scene, Gerald's shirt is number 3 instead of 33.

    • Look Closely: At the beginning, Iggy can be seen without his sunglasses.

    • The characters in this show have only 3 finger's and a thumb. Unlike, the characters in say Doug or Rugrats.

    • To comment about Arnold and Eugene couldn't have had classes together since pre-school. Sure he could! I've had classes with a few of the same kids since 4th grade (that's when I moved). It's not uncommon for that to happen.

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    Allusions (80)

    • This was the first of three instances where a child saved someone's life by seeing the Heimlich maneuver performed in the episode "Eugene's Bike."

    • Harold: The horror! The Horror! Harold's line, "The horror! The horror!" comes from the book Heart of Darkness, which was made into the movie Apocalypse Now.

    • The episode "Heat," and especially the ending, might be a rough parody/reference to the Spike Lee film "Do the Right Thing," as both are set on an incredibly hot summer day, deal with the tensions between people on said hot day, and end with a riot against a business (in the film, the citizens destroy Sal's pizzeria, and in this episode, the kids attempt to flip the Jolly Olly Man's truck).

    • The ghost sitting on the front of the train in this episode seems to be a allusion to the 1973 James Bond film Live And Let Die.

    • Arnold: Hey, you talkin' to me?
      This is a reference to the 1976 movie, Taxi Driver, where a guy talks into a mirror and keeps saying, "Hey, you talkin' to me? You talkin' to me?"

    • Marumba Rights: Name "Marumba Rights" refers to "Miranda Rights" (the name comes from the Miranda vs. Arizona Supreme Court decision which made the reading of rights mandatory) - the ones that begin "You have the right to remain silent..."

    • Das Subway: Name The title Das Subway refers to the classic book, Das Boot.

    • Timberly: Hey, look! I'm Timberly the Pink Ranger! This is a reference to Kimberly Hart, the original Pink Ranger, on Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers.

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  • Fan Reviews (175)
  • One of the most sweetest animated TV shows on television.

    By bautistakenrick856, Dec 13, 2014

  • Hey Arnold! is my life!

    By MichaelMauro, Oct 20, 2014

  • This show was straight up good.

    By Aaran24, Apr 23, 2014

  • Hey arnold got cancelled in 2004 don't worry Cornelius Raibon will be new hey arnold show

    By corneliusraibon, Mar 26, 2014

  • Great show!

    By Powerpuff92, Feb 22, 2014

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