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who here thinks they should make arthur a 4th grader and dw a kindergartener

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    poke566

    [21]Sep 8, 2006
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    well if arthur gets older and hes too old (by like 4th or 5th grade or somewhere around there)His show could switch to nick or toon disney or something like that.
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    NovaScotianDude

    [22]Sep 13, 2006
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    Actually, it is 30. Arthur started in 1976 with the books.
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    ScizorX

    [23]Oct 4, 2006
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    they should move Arthur up into middle school or high school...i can't believe he's still in 3rd grade cuz i remember along long time ago when i was in 3rd grade, and i remember myself saying "im in arthur's grade".....its crazy cuz now im 8 grades ahead of him (11th).

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    ez1jb

    [24]Oct 17, 2006
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    Well, if you think about it-it's only right for Arthur to stay in grade school; at least on PBS. Their will always be young children (say 10 and below) who look at that show purely because they can relate to it. But a grown up spin off might be cool. But the original version serves a purpose.
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    nickle11

    [25]Oct 20, 2006
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    They should...it's been ten years. Lol they have to grow up sometime.
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    Dextorslab

    [26]Oct 20, 2006
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    Arthur should be a 4th grader by now, Mr. Haney the principal should fire Mr. Ratburn, because Mr. Ratburn is giving his students way too much work and making his students stressed.
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    Dextorslab

    [27]Oct 20, 2006
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    Arthur should be a 4th grader by now, Mr. Haney the principal should fire Mr. Ratburn, because Mr. Ratburn is giving his students way too much work and making his students stressed.
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    idontwatchtv99

    [28]Nov 11, 2006
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    I believe Arthur should be 12-15.
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    agent_0042

    [29]Nov 14, 2006
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    Keep the current grades, but let D.W. start learning to read.
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    fullhouse346

    [30]Dec 2, 2006
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    I think Arthur should be in 5th grade and DW goes to 1st grade - her first year at grade school.
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    dancingbeatle

    [31]Dec 2, 2006
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    That could work if they stop it there, because the idea of Arthur being in highschool or even middle school, probably won't work as well as the elementry grades. Yes, D.W. should starting learning to read, work on her writing and spelling. She's 5 that sorta makes the parents look lazy in my opinion.
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    cherrygirl17

    [32]Jan 1, 2007
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    It would make the show more interesting if they made Arthur D.W. and their friends an all grown up version like the Rugrats.I am starting to get bored with the show a little bit if they still show it.I still think they should make an All Grown Up version.
    Edited on 01/01/2007 2:15am
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    cdr20x

    [33]Jan 2, 2007
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    they should put arthur like in sixth grade
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    NovaScotianDude

    [34]Jan 4, 2007
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    Dextorslab wrote:
    Arthur should be a 4th grader by now, Mr. Haney the principal should fire Mr. Ratburn, because Mr. Ratburn is giving his students way too much work and making his students stressed.


    They can't write off Mr. Ratburn. He is one of the main characters. He was in both the books, and the Tv show
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    she_is_wicked

    [35]Jan 7, 2007
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    I'd like him to move up . . . I don't think going to 4th grade would change the storylines too much and DW in kindergarten? Priceless . . . Mr. Ratburn could be moved up to the 4th grade, I guess, thats they only reason I wouldn't want Arthur to be moved up, I love him
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    beckaboop

    [36]Jan 11, 2007
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    I think Arthur should be older... I used to watch Arthur when I was younger (like at the beginning!) and now I watch it with my little sister. Kids are older than there age ( if that makes sense) than 10 years ago and a lot of kids Arthur's age think its 'babyish'. I still enjoy it though!
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    Kyo_Tohru_4ever

    [37]Feb 6, 2007
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    Yeah I like that idea. It would be nice to see him older. Just not too old.
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    matrix103

    [38]Feb 7, 2007
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    I have a good name for Arthur, how about Arthur the next generation that is a good name don't you think.
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    msboy1991

    [39]Feb 17, 2007
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    4th grade i think
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    mdrelliman

    [40]Jun 28, 2007
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    I say move him up one grade. Not two not all grown up just him in 4th grade and D.W. in Kindergarten
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