Francine: (after everyone starts laughing at Fern's comic strip) That's about as funny as biting an apple and finding half a worm.
Mister Rogers: Whenever I feel mad or sad or glad about something, I try to tell someone about it.
Mr. Haney: (chasing her with a saw and a big box) For the hundreth time, Mrs. Tingley, you have nothing to worry about!
(Mr. Rogers singing in Arthur's fantasy, Arthur is fearing that he will reveal where he is staying if he leaves the house)
Mr. Rogers: It's a beautiful day here at Arthur's house! A beautiful day here at Arthur's! Would you be mine? Could you be mine?
Kids from Arthur's class: (after finding out Mr. Rogers was at Arthur's) Did he change his shoes every time he came into the house? Did he bring picture-picture?
A real-life model trolley from the show "Mr. Roger's Neighborhood" is shown on the last scene of "Arthur Meets Mister Rogers".
Buster's mentioning of "Dopey and Sneezy", who are really Arthur and D.W., are names taken from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.