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When Binky gets sent to Mr. Haney's office, Mr. Haney says he has no idea what Binky's name is, and he starts to rifle through his student file drawer. But the "list of offenses" that Ms. Krasny wrote has Binky's name on it, in front of all the offenses.
Also, if he doesn't know Binky's name, it shouldn't be possible for him to look for his file.
In "Brother Can You Spare a Clarinet"; Arthur, Francine, and Buster say that Binky's the best musician in school. But in "Bully for Binky," everyone, including Binky, said that Sue Ellen was the best musician in school.
In "Brother Can you Spare a Clarinet?", when the music teacher calls a halt to the students' playing, everybody looks shocked to see their instruments in the poor condition that they are. However, it would be downright impossible for them not to notice before they started playing in the first place.
Spells said by Prunella in "Prunella's Special Edition"
Snickety-snackety sugary smore, Magic wand show me the door!
Higgledy-piggledy-poggledy-pee, Lakewood School I transform thee!
Pouncery-trouncery victory splatch, Make me the star of the Soupitch match.
Hickory-tickory dickory-dum, Henry Skreever here I come!
In "Prunella's Special Edition," Rubella is shown to live in the basement.
During Arthur's dream sequence in "Arthur Plays the Blues," he never uses the pedals of the piano, so the piece should not have sounded as it did.
The man who says he's allergic to chocolate comes by later and buys Buster Clusters.
The controls for Virtual Goose change throughout the episode. When Sue Ellen's home, she presses F2 and Q; when Francine plays when D.W. walks in, she's pressing just one key; when they play as a foursome, Arthur, Francine, Buster, and Muffy are pressing buttons all over the keyboard; and when D.W. plays it looks like she's pressing what might be 7 and Y repeatedly.
When playing Virtual Goose, D.W. picks the screen name DISASTERWARNING99, a name that Arthur called her in the story "Sue Ellen's Little Sister" from the program's second season.
When Arthur is lying, he starts playing with his glasses. This was only seen in one other story from the show, "Arthur Meets Mister Rogers."
In "Arthurs Family Feud", D.W. switches between having stockings on and not having stockings on.
In "Muffy Gets Mature", when Muffy expresses her enthusiasm about teenage life, Katherine says that she only has 24 hours to get ready for a party. When Muffy realizes that she's not ready to hang out with teens, Katherine says that Francine has been missing her for a week, when the two girls only broke up their friendship the night before.
Some have noted that Arthur's Uncle Fred is very clumsy and tends to break everything, but when asked what he does for a living, it turns out he works in a china shop. This was, however, a joke by the writers.
In Elwood City Turns 100!, Arthur sang horribly, but in this episode, he sings just great.
In "Just Desserts", Arthur has his shoes off while laying on the couch. In the next scene, when he and Grandman Thora are in the bathroom, his shoes are back on. Now, why would he put on his shoes to walk to the bathroom?
In "Just Desserts", Arthur buys Footsie Roll candy, a play on the candy Tootsie Roll.
Mary Moo Cow would not be cancelled just because the woman in the cow costume quit. The producers would find a replacement.
When Bitzi Baxter is seen sleeping, her normally white ears are a light-brown.
In "You Are Arthur", this is the only time Arthur becomes the viewer's perspective.
In You Are Arthur, instead of using a starting gun, Mr. Haney starts the 3-K race with a real revolver pistol!
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