Arthur

Season 3 Episode 7

Arthur Rides the Bandwagon / Dad's Dessert Dilemma

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Aired Weekdays 12:00 AM Nov 16, 1998 on PBS
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Arthur Rides the Bandwagon / Dad's Dessert Dilemma
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"Arthur Rides The Bandwagon"
Written by Peter K. Hirsch
Storyboard by Robert Shedlowich and Mario Cabrera
Everyone has a Woogle, the popular new toy... everyone except Arthur. He think that they're dweeby, until everyone else has one. He tries to obtain a wonderful Woogle, but the stores are all sold out! What will he do now?#30702
"Dad's Dessert Dilemma"
Written by Sandra Willard
Storyboard by Jeremy O'Neil and Alex Greychuck
After one of Mr. Read's scrumptious desserts makes Arthur the most popular kid in class, Arthur can't stop asking his dad to cook. Despite his dad's busy catering schedule, Arthur promises delectable desserts to anyone and everyone. Unfortunately, Mr. Read becomes overworked and overloaded...will he ever recover? and will Arthur ever see the error of his ways?moreless

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    Jodie Resther

    Jodie Resther

    Francine Alice Frensky

    Arthur Holden

    Arthur Holden

    Mr. Nigel Emil Ratburn

    Michael Yarmush

    Michael Yarmush

    Voice of Arthur Timothy Read (1996-2001)

    Sonja Ball

    Sonja Ball

    Janet Read

    Bruce Dinsmore

    Bruce Dinsmore

    David Read / Binky Barnes

    Danny Brochu

    Danny Brochu

    Buster Baxter

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (7)

      • Dad: (Lifting box off the cake) And here it is!
        Arthur: (Uncovering his eyes) W-what is it?
        Dad: Honey cake in the shape of the Leaning Tower of Pisa! Galileo...Italy...get it?
        Arthur: But I said I'd bring cookies, not a whole tower of pizza!
        Mom: (Whispering) Arthur!

      • Mr. Ratburn: Arthur, I thought I'd better bring you the spring reading... Oh, are you having cake?
        Arthur: Oh brother.

      • D.W.: What's wrong?
        Arthur: Dad got behind on his work doing my cakes and now Mr. Crosswire's mad. Dad might lose his business.
        D.W.: Lose his business? We'll have no money! We'll lose our house and end up on the street!
        Arthur: Mr. Crosswire's business, not Dad's catering business.
        D.W.: We'll have almost no money! Our furniture will end up on the street!
        Arthur: What will I do? I need these desserts!
        D.W.: Throw it away! Your crazy demands will destroy us!

      • Arthur: Performing is hard. We need the kind of energy you can only get from sugar.

      • Mr. Ratburn: I thought you might like to see the spring reading list. Oh --- are you having cake?

      • D.W.: Giving cake to some students and not others is against the law.
        Mr. Read: If you want a cake for your school, D.W., I'll make you one. (D.W. claps a bit.)
        Mr. Read: I'm a hit!

      • Arthur: I mean, you guys don't really think those things are cool... do you?
        Muffy: Come on Buster, he just doesn't get it.
        Buster: Does your Woogle like to sit under lamps? Mine does. But I was worried about him melting.
        Arthur: Huh?

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      • In "Arthur Rides the Bandwagon," Mr. Read mentions having had a pet rock. Pets rocks were an actual fad, highly popular in the 1970s. Some are still in existence today, although the fad isn't nearly as popular as it once was.

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