Arnold and the rest of the fourth grade take on the might of the unbeatable fifth graders in a game of touch football. Who'll win this match of brains vs. brute strength?
Gerald Moves Out:
Being the middle child in his family, Gerald is feeling so neglected. So he decides to move into the Sunset Arms, where he learns that living alone isn't what it's cracked up to be.
Helga is annoyed when Rhonda doesn't invite her to her slumber party - everybody assumes that "girly" parties aren't Helga's So, Helga is determined to prove her wrong, and gets a makeover.
The Old Building:
Arnold is asked by his Grandma to help save an old building, and then asked by Ernie to help knock the building down! Who will Arnold decide to go along with? How can he get out of this tricky situation?
An obsessed Helga steals Arnold's hat to complete her shrine to Arnold, which is hidden in the back of her closet. But, she notices how miserable Arnold is without his hat, and decides to give it back to him.Stoop Kid:
Arnold's football lands on the stoop of "Stoop Kid," - a bully who has lived his whole life on his stoop, and is highly protective of it. But, when it's Arnold's fault that Stoop Kid becomes the joke of the city, he must help Stoop Kid face his biggest fear - leaving his stoop for the first time.
Tutoring Torvald: Arnold gets assigned as Torvald's tutor, though Torvald gets the worst grades in the and he doesn't care about math at all. Despite the fact that nobody believes Arnold will succeed, he continues to try to get Torvald to make the effort, much to Torvald's dismay.
Gerald Comes Over: After Arnold stays over at Gerald's house, Gerald begins to wonder why Arnold never invites him over to stay on night. Arnold explains that his family is crazy, but Gerald believes he'd like to hang out with some of the fellow boarders, so Arnold agrees to let Gerald stay over the next day.moreless