Hey Arnold!

Season 3 Episode 2

Dangerous Lumber / Mr. Hyunh Goes Country

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Aired Daily 6:30 PM Sep 02, 1998 on Nickelodeon
8.3
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Episode Summary

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Dangerous Lumber: Arnold becomes a hot (and dangerous) hitter. He keeps injuring people everytime he swings the bat. Afraid of hurting more people, Arnold refuses to play ball. Mickey Kaline helps him out.

Mr. Hyunh Goes Country: Arnold and Gerald manage the career of the most unlikely country-and-western singer, Mr. Hyunh.moreless

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  • Great episode.

    9.1
    This episode was a great one and Arnold swings really hard with his baseball bat and Mickey Kaline tell him several things. I think this episode was very good and it was very special because for the first time we see Mr. Hyunh singing and he actually sings very good and I enjoyed seeing this episode because it was a very special one and it was very revealing in terms about when Mr. Hyunh sings and Arnold in baseball and the characters also did many things and some of them even enjoyed Mr. Hyunh's song because the episode was so good it deserves a good rating. I'll give it a 9.1 superb rating for my review.moreless
Dan Butler

Dan Butler

Mr. Simmons/Lila's Dad (1997+)

Francesca Smith

Francesca Smith

Helga G. Pataki/Camp Fire Lass/Gloria/Sheena

Tress MacNeille

Tress MacNeille

Arnold's Grandma/Miss Slovak/Arnold's Mother

Dom Irrera

Dom Irrera

Ernie

Christopher Castile

Christopher Castile

Eugene (First episodes)

Sam Gifaldi

Sam Gifaldi

Sid/Robert/Billy

Ron Perlman

Ron Perlman

Mickey Kaline

Guest Star

Randy Travis

Randy Travis

Travis Randall/Mr. Hyunh (Singing Voice)

Guest Star

Hari Oziel

Hari Oziel

Boy at Fair

Guest Star

Dan Castellaneta

Dan Castellaneta

Arnold's Grandpa (Phil)/Sheena's Uncle Earl/The Jolly Olly Ice Cream Man/Dr. Murray Steiglitz/Nick Vermicelli

Recurring Role

John Mariano

John Mariano

Vic/Morrie

Recurring Role

Steve Viksten

Steve Viksten

Stagehand

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (5)

    • Harold, Mrs. Vitello and Harvey appear in "Mr. Hyunh Goes Country" but have no dialogue. And the man who asks Mr. Hyunh for an autograph while he is working is the same that in episode "Harold's Bar Mitzvah", but he now has blond hair.

    • In "Dangerous Lumber", Mickey Kaline appears for the second time and the time looks like episode 1.05 "The Baseball" but roles are reversed and Arnold talks whereas Mickey listens.

    • Travis' voice was heard in the entire crowd, but he wasn't standing next to the microphone.

    • When Mr. Hyunh was at the concert, the song started playing before he started strumming.

    • In "Mr. Hyunh Goes Country," after the scene in the restaurant where everyone wanted Mr. Hyunh's autograph, Mr. Hyunh is seen walking home. He passes a red house where Susie is cheering out the window. Susie lives in the boarding house. However, Mr. Hyunh keeps walking past a green house into the boarding house.

  • QUOTES (4)

  • NOTES (3)

  • ALLUSIONS (3)

    • The country singer Travis Randall is a parody of Randy Travis.

    • Country Western Stars: Pictures
      The pictures at the recording studio and The Great Ole Opry (which is a takeoff on Nashville's Grand Ole Opry) include Slim Wickens (based on Slim Pickens), Polly Barton (Dolly Parton), and Honk Williams (Hank Williams).

    • Reference: Scud, the Disposable Assassin
      In "Dangerous Lumber," Helga refers to Arnold as "Arnold the assassin," then later calls him "Scud." This may be a reference to the comic book "Scud, the Disposable Assassin."

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