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Hey Arnold! Creator Forced To Deny There Was A Very Rude Scene In His Cartoon

The creator of popular 1990s cartoon Hey Arnold! was forced to that deny one of the episodes contained an extremely rude scene. What do you reckon:

The clip has resurfaced on Reddit, with users commenting on the fact that the scene could definitely be construed as depicting one character 'eating a**' - their words, not mine.

As you can see from the footage, the short clip shows two people seen through a window frame, just behind Helga and Arnold in the foreground.

There is a character sitting down who is quite clearly eating - albeit quite vigorously - while another character leans on the table behind them.

Due to the way the scene is laid out, it could possibly look like the two characters were... erm, 'interacting'. At least, that's what some of the people of the internet seemed to think.

Reddit users were divided over the scene, with some thinking there was some sort of NSFW behaviour taking place. Others just thought anyone who had seen such an image in a kid's TV show was perverse.

One wrote: "It's just a weird composition of two characters."

Another person backed them up, writing: "But you literally see them from a front perspective a few seconds before."

A third responded: "Yeah but this looks like an Easter egg for the adults to find."

Others were shocked by the allegation, with one Redditor writing: "Two 2D characters moving side/side in a kitchen fully clothed during a children's TV show.

"Obviously eating a** is a natural conclusion lol wut."

Another decided to enlist the help of an unbiased party. They commented: "I showed the clip to my wife who never heard of the controversy before. She instantly said he's eating a**."

The clip has caused such controversy, that a couple of years back, Hey Arnold! creator Craig Bartlett was drafted in to put people's minds at ease.

In an email to The AV Club, Barlet said that he has seen the Thanksgiving Day episode 'a hundred times', but says he 'never noticed the weird tangent of the two characters'.

According to the publication, Bartlett said: "The scene is from 'Arnold's Thanksgiving and the kids are leaving Mr. Simmons' apartment, where his family is arguing at the table.

"That's Uncle Chuck eating a turkey with his hands. I assure you it was never intended to be what the guy tweeted it was."

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Shout Out / Hey Arnold!

Whole Series

Unsorted

  • One episode features Grandpa reading a tabloid article about a "two foot baby born with a three foot beard" accompanied by an illustration that resembles an Elbonian child.
  • One episode has a restaurant called ‘Mr. Chickens House Of Pancakes And Halibut’ which is a take on the restaurant chain Roscoe's Chicken And Waffles.
  • Helga's lunch box has a design on it that looks like the Charlie's Angels silhouette.
"Arnold" Pilot
  • This episode is based on an early comic strip called ARNOLD NARROWLY AVOIDS A THRASHING.
  • The animation here resembles that of The Simpsons, Rugrats and Aaahh!!! Real Monsters.
    • Not surprising since the pilot was animated by Anivision Inc., the same studio behind many episodes of those series.
  • Harold says Thing’s catchphrase “It’s clobberin’ time!”
  • Harold wears a red striped shirt and a crown strongly resembled the one that Jughead always wore.

Downtown As Fruits

Eugene's Bike

The Little Pink Book

Field Trip

  • Grandma Pookie and Arnold freeing a mistreated turtle from captivity is Jesse wanting to free an orca whale named Willy.
    • Episode plot is also like the plot of TaleSpin episode “All’s Whale That End’s Whale.”

Arnold's Hat

Stoop Kid

Helga's Makeover

The Old Building

6th Grade Girls

The Baseball

  • Next to Arnold’s “THIS IS NOT MONEY” jar is a “Donna Smith’s Spelling Book,” the name being the show’s production manager.
  • Grandma Pookie is seen wearing a shirt with a logo circled with the “Black Sox” surrounding a picture of a black sock, a reference to the BostonRedSox.
    • It may also be a reference to the infamous "Black Sox Scandal," in which eight members of the Chicago White Sox baseball team were accused of intentionally losing games in the 1919 World Series in exchange for money.

Heat

Snow

Operation Ruthless

The Vacant Lot

The List

Haunted Train

Mugged

Roughin' It

Door #16

Arnold as Cupid

Benchwarmer

Cool Jerk

Das Subway

  • 'Das Subway' derives from German film Das Boot.
  • Episode plot is similar to an episode of The Odd Couple.
  • After Gerald points out the train has stopped:

    Helga: No kidding, Einstein.

  • Next to the pay phone is a sign for the 'Tucker Railroad,' “Tucker” being the surname of one of the story’s directors Tuck Tucker.
  • The song everyone sings at the end is a parody of "We Are the World".

Wheezin' Ed

Tutoring Torvald

Gerald Comes Over

  • While Arnold is at Gerald’s house eating dinner:

    Timberly: Hey look! I’m Timberly the Pink Ranger!

  • Arnold attempts to tell Gerald that the things he may see may confuse him or horrify him, and that "you've been warned", a parody of the opening prologue to James Whale's Frankenstein (1931).
  • Mr. Purdy is named after Hey Arnold! writer Joseph Purdy.
  • Oskar claims that he auditioned for Man of La Mancha and sings a snippet of "The Impossible Dream".

Spelling Bee

  • Episode’s story is similar to A Boy Named Charlie Brown plot.
  • 'Onomatopoeia' means “words that sound like the sounds they represent.”

Pigeon Man

  • The speech Pigeon Man makes at the end of the episode with him and Arnold on top the Brownstone is taken from Tom Joard’s speech.
  • Pigeon Man flying away using a huge flock pigeons is almost similar to when James Trotter used a huge flock of seagulls.
  • Helga says "What did he say? Koo Koo ka choo?" a reference to The Beatles’ song “‘I am the Walrus’” in which many people thought John Lennon said "Koo Koo ka choo," when in actuality he sang "Goo Goo Gjoob."
  • The Pigeon Man is based on the Birdman of Alcatraz, Robert Stroud.

Olga Comes Home

Sally's Comet

  • The first place, Hawk Mountain, Arnold, Grandpa Phil and Gerald try to see Sally’s Comet is a real place near Allentown, Pennsylvania.
  • 'Sally’s Comet' was aired on January 13, 1997 in commemoration to the Comet Hale-Bopp that passed over Earth in winter 1996 to spring 1997.
  • 'Sally’s Comet' sounds like “Halley’s Comet.”

Abner Come Home

  • The phone number on the “Have You Seen This Pig” billboard is 555-Pork.
  • 'Abner Come Home' is based on Lassie Come-Home.

The Sewer King

False Alarm

  • There’s a Yahoo! Soda machine in the cafeteria.
  • Several elements from 12 Angry Men are used:
    • Harold, Phoebe, Gerald, Helga, Curly and Arnold have to figure out if Eugene pulled the fire alarm where the titular twelve angry jurors had to find out if the boy being accused of murder was guilty.
    • Helga acts like Juror No. 3, who holds fast to his belief that the accused is guilty and often antagonizes Juror No. 8.
    • Arnold being the only person to vote not guilty like there only being one man saying “not guilty” against the eleven jurors during the anonymous votes from both medias.
    • Just like Juror No. 8 who voted “not guilty,” Arnold slowly gets the others to change their minds.
    • A character has tickets to a sporting event, in the movie it’s baseball and here it’s wrestling.
    • Arnold stabs a pencil in the table like how Juror No. 8 does this with a knife.

World Records

  • Phoebe has encyclopedic knowledge of Italian sauces.
  • One of the record breakers in Arnold’s book is Frannie Caudell, a reference to Helga’s voice actress Francesca Smith and Arnold’s season one voice actor Toran Caudell.
  • Helga makes reference to Don Quixote when she says “How many windmills have to knock you on your butt?”

Magic Show

  • The spell Arnold uses to make Helga “disappear” consists of "Flanders, Fudd, McBoing-Boing and Whiplash" and the other has "Dastardly, Do-Right, Burns and Rubble."
  • When reversing the “spell” that made Helga disappear, Arnold says “Wolf, Abzug, Steinem, Faludi, Helga come back and shake your booty!” the four words being the last names of feminists Naomi Wolf, Bella Abzug, Gloria Steinem and Susan Faludi.
  • Arnold’s stage name 'The Great Arnoldini' is taken from “The Great Houdini.”

24 Hours to Live

Part-Time Friends

Biosquare

  • 'Bio Square' could mean . . .

    . . . a variation of “biosphere,” an experiment where a number of people planned to live about a year in an entirely self-contained collection of building where even the air and water were recycled from inside . . .

    . . . and the movie Bio-Dome.

Arnold's Christmas

  • Department store ‘Kacy’s’ is based on real-life store Macy’s.
  • It’s revealed Mr. Hyunh gave his two-four year old daughter to American soldiers during the Fall of Saigon in 1975 to secure her safety.
  • Helga’s parents, “Big” Bob and Miriam sing half the “Jingle Bells” chorus.
  • Grandma Pookie plays “Yankee Doodle Boy” by George Cohan on the piano.
  • Mr. Bailey may be named after George Bailey.
  • Nancy Spumoni is a reference to Nancy Sinatra who is the real life daughter of Frank Sinatra, she is presumably related to Dino Spumoni who is an expy of Sinatra.
    • The "Nancy Spumoni Signature Snow Boots" could possibly be referencing Nancy Sinatra's hit song "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'."

Helga's Boyfriend

Crush on Teacher

Hall Monitor

Harold's Bar Mitzvah

  • Helga is seen wearing her dress with the pink sleeves and white collar from what she original wore in the Claymation shorts and it the pilot episode.

Coach Wittenberg

  • When Coach Wittenberg makes the team do pushups, they do it with their knees on the ground known as 'girl pushups.'

Four-Eyed Jack

  • The books Arnold and Gerald read are ‘The Purdy Boys’ novels.

Tour de Pond

Teachers' Strike

Arnold's Valentine

Runaway Float

Partners

The Big Scoop

Harold's Kitty

  • Arnold’s phone number is given as 555-123 . . . and yes, it’s missing a digit.

Arnold Saves Sid

  • Sid feeling he should act as Arnold’s slave as a way to thank him after the latter rescued the former from a falling board, thus driving Arnold crazy is like Clumsy Smurf doing Handy’s bidding thus driving him crazy after the latter saved the former from Gargamel.

Hookey

  • Oskar Kokoshka mentions character Buddy Love.
  • When Arnold and Gerald are in House of Costumes, Gerald comments about being a "free man in Paris, unfettered and alive," stating he heard it on one of his parent’ old albums, referring to Joni Mitchell’s 1974 Court and Spark album and the “Free Man in Paris” written by her.

Save the Tree

New Teacher

  • Lieutenant Major Goose’s strict, military attitude is that of Sergeant Hartman.
  • Walter Charles Walter is a parody of William Carlos Williams.
  • On Mr. Simmon’s house, there’s a sign reading “Don’t worry, be happy,” not only is it a name of a Bobby McFerrin song but it’s one of Michelle Tanner’s catchphrases.
  • When the students question Lieutenant Major Goose why certain things are so, Curly says “Why do fools fall in love?” which is a title of a song by Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers.
  • Gerald’s poem is similar to Allen Ginsberg’s Howl poem.

Ransom

Ms. Perfect

Monkey Business

  • After getting home from the park and reads a comic book and laughs:

    Helga: Oh, that Jughead! Can’t she see that Veronica has no interest in him whatsoever?

  • 'Monkeynucleosis' a parody of “mononucleosis,” better known as “mono,” that’s an abnormally high proportion of monocytes in the blood.
  • Composer Jim Lang stated that the music for Helga's nightmare was meant to be styled after that of The Elephant Man.
Big Caesar
  • Grandpa Phil owns an autographed photo of Austro-American starlet Hedy Lamarr.
  • Much like how Arnold and Gerald try to catch the titular prehistoric fish is like how Homer Simpson goes after a giant catfish.
  • Gerald drops this line after seeing Big Caesar:

    Gerald:We're gonna need a bigger swan.

  • When Arnold and Gerald come back to the docks:

    Helga: Why if it isn’t the Skipper and Gilligan.

The High Life

Best Friends

Longest Monday

Eugene's Pet

Mud Bowl

Gerald Moves Out

  • Gerald is seen kicking a parody CocaCola can before he sees his dad and decides to come home.

Freeze Frame

  • Arnold’s computer is made by Purdy Electronics, Joseph Purdy being the writer of this episode.
  • 'Freeze Frame' shares the same name as a song by J. Geils Band.

Phoebe Cheats

  • The trophy for the poetry contest is a statue of Emily Dickinson.
  • Episode plot is very similar to when Blair Warner cheats on a poetry assignment by copying a poem by Emily Dickinson, and it ends up finishing in third place in a New York statewide poetry competition.
  • The sign in Phoebe’s room reads “CARPE UNUM,” which means “Seize One” in Latin.

Helga's Love Potion

Gerald's Secret

  • A store called ‘Baby Town’ that sells various baby products is based on actual store Babies Я Us.

Steely Phil

Quantity Time

Eating Contest

Rhonda's Glasses

  • The story is almost similar to the black and white segregation as the "cool kids" discriminated against the "geeks," the "geeks" having to sit at the back of the bus, sit at the geek tables, and get all the bad equipment, just like the blacks did. Not to mention Rhonda refusing to move to the back of the bus because she had glasses like Rosa Parks.
  • Becoming fed up with the treatment toward the geeks Rhonda yells “If you prick us, do we not bleed? If you tickle us, do we not laugh?,” a verbatim line in the first scene of act three from William Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice:

    Shylock: If you prick us, do we not bleed? If you tickle us, do we not laugh? If you poison us, do we not die? And if you wrong us, shall we not revenge?

Eugene Goes Bad

  • After Eugene tells some little kid who looks up to him that it has to be way past his bedtime:

    Kid: I have to be in bed by 8:30 right after my favorite show Yo Ernest.

What's Opera, Arnold?

  • Besides episode title 'What’s Opera, Arnold?', in Helga’s dream sequencewhere she parodies Elmer Fudd, she reveals her weapon to be a "golden magic slingshot" to which Gerald mentions that he thought the weapons were supposed to be a "spear and magic helmet" all alludes to What’s Opera, Doc? short.
  • When first introduced in Arnold’s dream, Gerald’s singing “Figaro.”
  • Twice, Curly says “Thank you very much” like Elvis Presley.
  • Mr. Packenham and Harold mentions Pagliacci, Harold even dresses and sings like him..
  • The opera Mr. Packenham takes the students to is Carmen.

Arnold's Halloween

  • The “alien” costume and makeup worn by Helga, Harold, Curly, Phoebe, Rhonda, Eugene and Sid are vaguely similar to the Talosians.
  • Gerald's father is disguised similarly to Fred Flintstone at the party.
  • The entire episode is based on the classic The War of the Worldsradio broadcast by Orson Welles and the MercuryTheatre:
    • Gerald’s “Aliens are coming to destroy the Earth!” broadcasted line was thought to be true and caused panic in the neighborhood.
    • Arnold and the gang fake an alien invasion using a water tower with Christmas lights for the UFO called Well’s Ridge.
    • Episode aired fifty nine years and three days to the day of Welles’ 1939 radio broadcast.
    • “Big” Bob Pataki’s voice actor not only used his Orson Wellesvoice for obsessive “UFO Tonight” presenter Douglas Cain but Cain spoofs Charles Foster Kane.
  • When perusing the sports section of his newspaper, Big Bob mentions the “Packers,” a reference to the Green Bay Packers

The Aptitude Test

  • Helga tells Mr. Simmons that she learned her new country accent from the Clampetts, especially from Jed and Ellie Mae.
  • When Stinky asks Harold to read the title of the Ornamental Horticulture magazine, the price can be seen to be $1 in United States currency and $10 in Canadian currency

Oskar Gets a Job

Curly Snaps

Pre-Teen Scream

Stinky Goes Hollywood

  • The company that makes the publicity for “Yahoo! Soda” and where Stinky filmed all his commercials is Snee-Oosh Studios, named after the company that created this show, even having the same logo and symbol.
  • Stinky starring in commercials and rising to fame is similar to the late American actor, voice artist and comedian Jim Varney, best known for his role as Earnest P. Worrell.
  • Yahoo! Soda appears again.
    • Yahoo!! is also a multinational internet search site.
    • The name Yahoo! could also be a reference to the real life drink: Yoo-hoo. Though Yoo-hoo is chocolate milk instead of a soda.
  • Arnold SchwarzeneggerexpyAbdicator appears again on a poster while Arnold and Stinky walk around the studio.
  • The “Just Drink It” slogan is very close to the “Just DO It” slogan for Nike shoes.
  • The ‘Revis and Jackie’ bit is a spoof of Regis and Kathie Lee, now known as Live with Regis and Kelly.

Olga Gets Engaged

Crabby Author

Rich Kid

Helga Blabs It All

Harold the Butcher

Arnold Betrays Iggy

Helga and the Nanny

Dangerous Lumber

Mr. Hyunh Goes Country

Arnold's Room

Helga vs. Big Patty

Career Day

Hey Harold!

  • 'Hey Harold' is an obvious parody of this series title, Hey Arnold!.
  • Episode’s a loose retelling of 1953 teleplay Marty, who also served as the inspiration for the character of Mr. Green.

Casa Paradiso

Gerald's Tonsils

  • According to Gerald, Arnold has twenty three volumes of ‘The Purdy Boys’ novels.
  • Gerald’s operation took place at Drymon Medic Clinic, one of the show’s directors is Derek Drymon.

Phoebe Takes the Fall

  • The scene with Helga and Phoebe in the car homages On the Waterfront.
  • While quizzing Helga, Phoebe asks "What type of cheese is Holland famous for?" to which Helga guesses "Glockenspiel?" Though 'Glockenspiel' isn't even a type of cheese; it is a keyboard instrument with a set of metal bars, also known as orchestra bells. For the real answer, it’s Dutch cheese.
  • One of the signs in Mrs. Vitello's shop reads "With ferns like these, who needs anemones?" a pun off the “With friends like these, who needs enemies?” saying that means when someone one thought as a friend treats oneself in an unpleasant way.

The Pig War

  • Again, Elk Island is likely based on Skagit Island.
    • The fact it’s supposedly home of a massive treasure trove, in a cave, that some believe is haunted much like Money Pit on Oak Island in Nova Scotia.
  • When Sheena’s Uncle Earl takes Arnold, Grandpa Phil, Harold, Brainy, Phoebe, Helga, Stinky, Rhonda, Sid and Gerald to Elk Island, Phil standing proudly at the bow is very reminiscent of George Washing Crossing the Delaware River, Phil even wears an outfit similar to George Washington’s commanding uniform.
  • Harold is dressed as Rambo, Sid dresses like Davy Crockett, Stinky wears a Confederate uniform and Rex Smythe-Higgins I, Rex Smyth-Higgins III and the rest of the opposing team all dress in Red Coats garb.
  • From Arnold confronts Rex Smythe-Higgins III at the fort, Rex taunts Arnold before he and fellow British re-enactors pelt him to Rex hearing saw noises in the forest parodies the scene in Monty Python and the Holy Grail between King Arthur and his knights and the French-controlled castle.
  • In order to rescue Abner from being eaten by the opposing team, Harold, Arnold, Helga, Gerald, Phoebe, Sid, Stinky, Rhonda and Brainy all hide in a large wooden pig as Phil brings the “gift of truce” inside their fort, even one of the members recognizes the trick and tries to warn the leader, Rex Smythe-Higgins I, but he refuses to listen.
  • This episode is inspired by real life events taking place in the San Juan Islands in (what is now) Washington State also called "The Pig War" in which the only casualty was indeed a British-owned pig, the shooting of which almost led to an actual war between the US and Britain.

Best Man

Cool Party

  • In regards to Stinky, when mocking the “geeks” at her party:

    Rhonda: Where did he learn English? Green Acres?

Sid's Revenge

Roller Coaster

  • Hillwood has a “Statue of Justice” in its harbor where Eugene was once rescued from.

Grandpa's Birthday

Road Trip

  • The mechanic who’s set to fix Miriam’s car is based and sounds like Karl Childers.

Arnold & Lila

Grand Prix

  • When Eugene says “Well, some kids would do that Wolfgang. Some kids would just give up and start falling apart, piece by piece. But other kids come home from school and wash up, and go racing in the streets” refers to the “Racing in the Street” song by Bruce Springsteen.
  • The race track has a similar shape to Donut Plains 1.

Arnold's Thanksgiving

  • Stars and Stripes Forever plays through the first part of the end credits.
  • When telling what work Helga had to do, “Big” Bob Pataki there was a three day weekend sale soming up, referring to Black Friday.

Girl Trouble

School Dance

Helga's Show

The Flood

  • After realizing that Mr. Simmons has been gone for some time after going to get the attention of the helicopter, the kids hear him singing The Battle Hymn of the Republic where they find him dangling helplessly from the latter two-three stories up.
  • Phil’s rescue raft is called “Titanic.”
  • Principal Wartz sings snippets of "La Cucuracha" and "Way Down Yonder in New Orleans".

School Play

Parents Day

  • Names of Phoebe’s parents are Reba and Kyo Heyerdahl.
  • Grandma (in her karate outfit) calls Grandpa “Anjin-san,” the lead character of James Clavell’s Shogun.
  • Arnold’s father Miles uses the phrase “aye-aye-aye!” after falling down the cliff side for the second time is likely a referent to The Gods Must Be Crazy where a character frequently would use that phrase.
  • From the sleeping sickness to fictional country where Arnold’s parents set off on a rescue mission and were never heard from refers to One Hundred Years of Solitude, though in the book, it was an island called Macono.

Eugene's Birthday

Stinky's Pumpkin

  • The adults in Stinky’s spoofs Grant Wood’s famous American Gothic painting and the Norman Rockwell’s Freedom from Want Thanksgiving painting.

Dinner for Four

Phoebe Skips

Full Moon

  • 'Full Moon' refers to . . .

    1) a lunar phase of the moon.

    2) a play by Reynolds Rice.

    3) a 1973 Kris Kristofferson album.

    4) a novel by P. G. Wodehouse.

    5) the English translation of 1937 film Terang Boelan from the Dutch East Indies.

    6) the manga Full Moon.

    7) a 1980 Charlie Daniels album.

    8) a show with the same name.

    9) a 1986 Paul Brady album.

    10) a short story by Georgette Heyer.

Student Teacher

  • The foggy airport scene near the end where both Helga and Olga say goodbye is similar to the ending of Casablanca.

Big Gino

  • Discovering wood shavings upon waking up, Sid finds his wooden pony’s head when looking under his bed covers.
    • Big Gino’s attitude is very similar to Vito Corleone, the MafiaDon.
      • How he runs things is like an elementary school version of the Mafia.
  • After Sid avoids Big Gino's calls, the doorframe above him says "Cogit Ergo Sum," a flawed Latin translation of Rene Descartes' famous quote "I think; therefore I am," it should be "Cogito Ergo Sum."

Jamie O. in Love

The Beeper Queen

  • The song in the commercial Mariam was shooting is called ‘Beepers Are A Girl’s Best Friend’ parodies the song “Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend” from Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.

Oskar Can't Read?

Headless Cabbie

Friday the 13th

Helga's Parrot

  • The titular parrot is similar to the Quaker parrot.
  • Where the parrot is killed by Phoebe’s oversized pet lizard eating him is similar to the classic “Dead Parrot” sketch.

Chocolate Turtles

  • During the credits for Arnold and Gerald's favorite TV show Pop Daddy, the executive producer is credited as "Snoop Cat."

Love and Cheese

Weighing Harold

  • Where Arnold is in the comic store, one of the issues in the rack says “SpongeBob.”
    • Behind Arnold are two comics forming the picture of CatDog.
  • The music playing when Harold tries to lose weight is almost identical to the music that plays when Rocky Balboa tries to get fit.

It Girl

  • The microphone the reporter, who's holding news cast at the Civic Auditorium, reads "E3."
  • Johnny Stitches resembles John Lennon.

Deconstructing Arnold

Grudge Match

Polishing Rhonda

  • Because Patty’s parents are much shorter than their daughter, they may suffer from dwarfism.

Veterans Day

  • Both Phil and Martin Johanssen, Gerard’s dad, were both Privates in the U. S. Army, but are not promoted until the end of World War II and Vietnam War, respectively.
  • During the WWII flashback, Phil is seen holding an autographed photo of Austro-American starlet Hedy Lamarr while he’s peeling potatoes.
  • Phil delivers 'Cham' to Northern France is a parody of “Spam,” the difference between Cham and Spam being that Spam was made of ham while the Cham was combination of chicken and ham used for military for experimental purposes in 1944.
  • The armband of the Nazi soldiers is a sad face. This replaces the real Nazi armband of a swastika that had been used by Nazi Germany from 1933 until 1945, or Adolf Hitler's death, as it may have caused some controversy, most especially in Germany as well as in several other countries that implemented anti-Nazi laws such as Austria and Poland if they decided to use the real symbol. It is also important to note the swastika is not of German origin as the swastika has many Asian variants.

Back to School

Egg Story

Weird Cousin

  • There’s a movie poster advertising ‘Evil Twin II.’
    • On the poster has an undead corpse popping out of a grave, scaring a woman, a refence to any horror movie involving supernatural.

Baby Oskar

  • During their fight:

    Suzie: Oh sure it’s a good day for you! Tomorrow’s a grand day for you because tomorrow is the day you get a job! Tomorrow is the day you pay the bills, tomorrow is the day you grow up and start acting responsible. But tomorrow never comes for you does it Oskar because it’s so conveniently a day away.

    Oskar: Right, it’s always a day away, just like the song that little orphan girl sings.

  • After getting off the phone, Suzie calls Oskar’s name:

    Oskar: Are you talking to me or that rugrat?

  • While stuck in traffic on his way to the hospital with sick Baby Oskar in a taxi, not only does Oskar complain about the Pope coming today but there’s a banner saying “SAY HI TO THE POPE,” who at the time of this episode, would been Pope John Paul II.

Helga Sleepwalks

Fighting Families

Monkeyman!

  • After Monkeyman changes his clothes and washes his hair, he’s dressed like WillyWonka.
  • Sid’s white Winklepickers are the prized Beatle boots.

Buses, Bikes, and Subways

Grandpa's Sister

  • Phil’s sister Mitzi looks like her voice actress Phyllis Diller.
  • Phil has dishes reading . . .

    . . . "1948 – Coney Island,”. . .

    . . . "1944 – Miami Beach," . . .

    . . . "1936 – Pike's Peak" . . .

    . . . and "1932 – Los Angeles.
  • According to Phil, this episode takes during an 'Indian Summer,' a warm period during the fall months.

Synchronized Swimming

  • The movie both a young Coach Wittenberg saw at a drive-in movie theatre and the boys (Arnold, Gerald, Stinky, Sid, Harold and Eugene) re-enact has the line “Wayne! Wayne! Come back Wayne!” though here, 'Wayne' is the horse’s name instead of the cowboy.

Helga's Masquerade

Mr. Green Runs

Helga on the Couch

  • Dr. Bliss has an Edward Hopper painting in her office.
  • During the word association, Bliss says “rocket.”:

    Helga: Locket! Pocket! Davy Crockett!

    • Toward the end of their word association.

      Dr. Bliss:Monday.
      Helga:Night Football. (fall out of chair) . . . enough word association.
      Dr. Bliss: Good idea.

  • During Helga’s flashback to when she was four or five, a fifteen year old Olga is playing on the piano with her parents behind her:

    Bob: . . . Come on, play us another one Olga.
    Olga: I know, how about the Minute Waltz by Monsieur Frédéric Chopin?
    Miriam: Oh! I love that one.
    Bob: Yeah, you should hear her play Beethoven Miriam.

  • Before revealing her feelings for Arnold to Dr. Bliss, Helga questions even if under torture her secret will be kept, said torture being “stuck your head in a cage with a starved rabid rat,” the same suffering Winston Smith was subjected to.

Dino Checks Out

  • Some of Dino’s ’60s records spoofs other musicians including The Doors depute album The Doors and The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album.
  • The cover of Dino’s ‘Trippin’ With Dino’ album is based off Robert Crumb’s 1968 Keep on Truckin’ comic.
  • Among his possessions, Dino owns a copy of I The Jury by Mickey Spilante.

Summer Love

Sid the Vampire Slayer

Big Sis

Gerald's Game

Fishing Trip

  • Sid wears a Davy Crockett hat all through the episode.
  • After Gerald’s father Martin tells Harold there’s no way he could get rabies from the raccoon that bit him because his skin wasn’t broken:
    Sid:Yes he could! It’s just like that show “When Animals Attack!” It was about—
    Phil:Oh knock it off! The boy’s fine!
  • As pointed out by Sid, former Monkee Davy Jones appears.
  • This isn’t the first Nickelodeonshow where characters sing Miss Suzie had a Tugboat.
  • Where both the boys (Arnold, Sid, Harold, Eugene and Gerald) and their fathers are farting in their tents comes from Blazing Saddles.

Bag of Money

Principal Simmons

  • The song ‘I Will Prevail’ Principal Warts sings is a parody of Gloria Gaynor’s “I Will Survive” song.
  • Episode’s plot is very similar to The Simpsons episode “Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baaddaasss song” . . .

    . . . goody-two-shoes Ned Flanders replaces Principal Skinner like Mr. Simmons replaces Principal Wartz, . . .

    . . . with both original principals gone, the kids cause chaos in the schools, . . .

    . . . Arnold and Simmons try to get Wartz back like how Bart tires to get Skinner back, . . .

    . . . both Flanders and Simmons say "I intend to put the ‘pal’ back in ‘principal!’" . . .

    . . . and both Principal Skinner and Principal Wartz cry when walking by the school.

New Bully on the Block

  • The fourth graders face two bullies sharing a name of a composer who fight over Gerald Field, the fifth grade school bully Wolfgang and new bully Ludwig who returns and wants the vacant lot for himself.
  • 'New Bully on the Block' parodies New Kids on the Block or NKOTB.

Phoebe Breaks a Leg

Stuck in a Tree

Rhonda Goes Broke

Helga's Locket

Sid and Germs

Beaned

Old Iron Man

Ghost Bride

  • How Curly yells “It’s not fair!” sound like Pee-WeeHerman.
  • This episode has Scooby-Doo gags all over:
    • Helga shutting both south and north gates, as well as shaking the north gates by ropes to make it look like a ghost did it.
    • The moment Arnold notices Curly’s red striped socks when the latter was dressed as the Ghost Bride and unmasking him is like Fred, Daphne, Shaggy, Velma and Scooby finding clues before unmasking the Monster of the Week.
    • The reveal of how the gags were pulled off.

Gerald vs. Jamie O

Suspended

  • At one point, Principal Wartz says “D’oh!”

Ernie in Love

Arnold Visits Arnie

Chocolate Boy

Harold vs. Patty

Rich Guy

The Racing Mule

Curly's Girl

  • Helga calls Rhonda “Cruella.”
  • Rhonda pretending to be Curly’s girlfriend for a week after he removes a stain from her mother’s birthday present is similar to what happened to Ronald Miller and Cindy Mancini.

On the Lam

Family Man

Phoebe's Little Problem

Grandpa's Packard

A Day in the Life of a Classroom

  • 'A Day in the Life of a Classroom' parodies “A Day in the Life” song by The Beatles.

Big Bob's Crisis

Married

  • Right after President Helga’s inaugural speech during her dream, a character can be seen in the crowd sporting a mo-hawk and a military jacket similar to Travis Bickle.

Timberly Loves Arnold

  • Arnold is a fan of Thelonious Monk.
  • The park being named 'Tina Park' possibly refers to Tom Park, one of the layout designers.

Eugene, Eugene!

  • In regards to Rhonda’s rehearsal:

    Mr. Leichliter:Frankly my dear, I don’t give a hoot. Next!

  • Mr. Leichliter’s “Nice guys finish last!” line is a title of a Green Day song.
  • Leichliter even says one of Snagglepuss’s catchphrase “Exit, stage left!”
  • The kids singing “‘Keep Your Sunny Side Up!’” seems lot like “On the Sunny Side of the Street” song.

April Fool's Day

  • Helga says "Yeah, right. And I'm Mary, Queen of Scots".
  • Stinky’s turtle is named “Snappy.”
  • Ice cream server Wyatt’s appearance and character role is similar to Jeremy Freedman.
  • The 'YMMA' is a spoof of the YMCA . . .

    1) a worldwide organization short for Young Men’s Christian Association aimed to put Christian put Christian principles into practice by developing a healthy "body, mind and spirit."

    2) a 1978 song by the Village People.
  • At the end, a pool opens in the middle of the gym like in It's a Wonderful Life and Whatever It Takes, though the idea came from Beverly Hills High School Swim Gym.

The Journal

  • Again, the sleeping sickness and fictional country refers to One Hundred Years of Solitude, though in the book, it was an island called Macono.
  • It’s revealed the name of the fictional country Arnold’s parents went to is 'San Lorenzo,' the name of an insular nation.
  • Stella wears a tank top similar to what Lara Croft wears.
  • Miles telling Stella not to look at La Corazon is like Indiana Jones saying not to look at the Ark of the Covenant.
  • Miles hating spiders is like Indiana Jones hating snakes.
  • Miles yelling “Stella!” in almost exact same way as Stanley Kowalski does.
  • Pookie confuses Miles and Stella's wedding with the royal wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana.
  • She also confuses Arnold's birth for a lyric from the Allman Brothers song "Ramblin' Man".

Hey Arnold! The Movie (a.k.a. Arnold Saves the Neighborhood)

  • The movie’s poster is like Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius with both main protagonist up front and center, friends behind him and the enemy hovering above, hovering above, reaching out to them and being larger than their actual size.
  • Grandma Gertie's escape from prison is nearly shot-for-shot a recreation of Andy DuFresne's escape in The Shawshank Redemption, complete with hiding a hole in a wall with a poster and crawling through the sewers.
  • In the context of a fight with Nick Vermecilli, Big Bob is splattered with green pickle juice, the juice turning his skin green, Bob tears off his shirt and is wearing torn brown pants, not to mention his eyes become red.
  • When Grandma Gerti breaks out of prison via discovering a giant hole in the wall under a poster and escapes is identical to that of Andy Dufresne’s escape through the sewer.
  • After Murray the bus driver is knocked out, Helga, Arnold and Gerald are stuck in a runaway bus.
  • Helga disguises herself in a trench coat and hat, calling herself 'Deep Voice,' a parody of “Deep Throat” . . .

    1) name of an infamous Watergate informant who leaked information about the FBI’s investigation of the scandal to journalists Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward.

    2) a character in The X-Files.

    3) the alias Gray Fox used as Snake's anonymous informant.
    • Helga’s line “Just call me . . . Deep Voice” is a verbatim of the transmission “Just call me Deep Throat” after Raiden gets a codec.
  • The “sneeze” sound effect in the Nickelodeon Studio vignette originates from Nintendo 64 video game GoldenEye.
  • Arnold and Gerald putting on their black suits and shades parodies what Agent J and Agent K do.
  • Scheck’s henchman Nick Vermicelli orders two Bartlett’s in the restaurant, the name of co-screenwriter and Hey Arnold! creator Craig Bartlett.
  • As the police put handcuffs on him and take him away:

    Mr. Scheck:I would've gotten away with it, if it wasn't for thatmeddling football head, the kid with the weird stack of hair and that brat with one eyebrow!

  • Gerald lowering Arnold down with a rope from the roof in Nick Vermicelli’s room in order to grab the key of the safe deposit box is like Franz Krieger lowers Ethan Hunt down from the ventilation shaft on cable into the CIA computer room.
  • Scheck sings the line “. . . You take the high road and I’ll take the low road . . .” from The Bonnie Banks o' Loch Lomond as he drives his car down a street parallel to the one the bus Arnold, Helga and Gerald are riding is on.
  • Vermicelli’s workers blow up a freeway to prevent Arnold, Gerald, Helga and an unconscious Murray from getting to the neighborhood is like Police Commissioner Blakelock trying to stop Detective Ben Shockley and Augustina "Gus" Mally from entering Phoenix in order to clear their names.
  • The 'tomato incident' is like the Boston Tea Party.
  • A store sign has the name “Viksten” on it, referring to co-screenwriter Steve Viksten.
  • Undercover Brother, Casablanca, Charlie's Angels, All the President's Men, Once Upon a Time in America, Spawn, Sunshine State, 1984, TheAvengers, Jayand Silent Bob Strike Back, Totally Spies! and The Blues Brothers are parodied or mentioned.

Hey Arnold! The Jungle Movie


Sours: https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/ShoutOut/HeyArnold
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  2. Iphone motherboard wallpaper
  3. Cortese tree service
  4. Picture to minecraft skin converter

There is a truly terrifying Hey Arnold! Vine making the Internet rounds this week. Seriously, these six seconds will shatter your childhood into a million pieces. Don't say I didn't warn you.

https://vine.co/v/heJarrwHX32

Yep, that just happened. The Vine's been viewed two million times since it was originally uploaded in 2013. [Note: Nickelodeon and MTV News are both owned by Viacom.] Poor Arnold and Helga are none the wiser. 😳

Fortunately, there's a totally reasonable explanation for this moment that looks raunchy AF at first glance. You see, this scene is from Hey Arnold!'s Thanksgiving episode, where Helga and Arnold join Mr. Simmons's quaint dinner. Joy and Peter, the characters who appear to be getting their freak on in the Vine, are both at said dinner.

The screenshot below shows Peter sitting directly in front of the window.

Nickelodeon

And Joy is seated next to him.

Nickelodeon

Now re-watch the Vine, if you can stomach it.

https://vine.co/v/heJarrwHX32

From this angle, it clearly looks like Peter is licking, uh, something. But he and Joy are still at the dinner table, and I doubt they'd act that inappropriately (especially on a holiday). The most logical explanation? Joy is reaching across the table for something, and Peter is still munching away on that turkey leg. Nom nom?

Don't worry, everyone — your childhood remains intact.

H/T Refinery29

Sours: https://www.mtv.com/news/2885763/hey-arnold-nsfw-sex-vine-explanation/
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The ‘NSFW’ scene in Hey Arnold! we all missed

WARNING: Adult content (perhaps).

Hey Arnold! is one of Nickelodeon’s most loved cartoons from the ‘90s and early 2000s.

And with the recent announcement it’s being rebooted with a two-part movie, set to hit screens in 2017, nostalgic fans are re-watching the old episodes of this kids’ cartoon. But one keen viewer has noticed something a little odd in the background of one scene. Something very NSFW.

In the scene, Arnold and Helga walk out of a house, and behind them is a window looking into a neighbouring building. In the window, a woman seems to be bent over a table and a bloke behind her is totally going to town.

Exhibit A:

And just in case you didn’t catch it:

It was first noticed two years ago by Vine user ReLdatMaN, who posted the clip with the caption: “Eating a** in the cartoon smh #heyarnold”.

While a viewer first noticed it two years ago and posted it on Vine (with the caption: “Eating a** in the cartoon smh #heyarnold”) it’s only recently been shared on Twitter and has now taken off.

But it seems there may be an explanation. It’s been noted by fans online that the previous scene showed the guy in the window licking a plate clean. And apparently he’s still licking that plate when we see him through the window. Some chick just happens to be in front of him.

Lucky plate.

Sours: https://www.news.com.au/entertainment/tv/flashback/the-nsfw-scene-in-hey-arnold-we-all-missed/news-story/159d4c03b64939aacc8eec7d34dba2d4

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Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie

2017 American animated television film

For the 2002 Hey Arnold! film, see Hey Arnold!: The Movie.

Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie is a 2017 American animatedtelevision film based on the Nickelodeon series Hey Arnold!, which was created by Craig Bartlett and originally aired from 1996 to 2004. Following the 2002 film Hey Arnold!: The Movie, The Jungle Movie expands on the fifth season two-part episode "The Journal".

The film serves as either the definitive series finale or a prelude to a potential revival.[1] It answered questions left after the original run ended, including the whereabouts of Arnold's missing parents. It originally aired in the United States on November 24, 2017, on Nickelodeon, while also being simulcast on Nicktoons and TeenNick. In 2018, it won an Emmy for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation.

Plot[edit]

During the summer after their fifth grade year, Arnold and his best friend Gerald plan to make a humanitarian video to win a trip to San Lorenzo, a Central American country, where Arnold's parents were last seen. They try to record themselves making a home out of junk for one of their friends, eccentric Monkeyman, but as they're filming, the local homeless, claiming the junk is theirs, storm and destroy the home, leaving Arnold heartbroken.

Helga, who secretly has a longtime crush on Arnold, uses various footage she's compiled over the years showing Arnold's good deeds, and everyone in town surprises Arnold with the video. Arnold's teacher Mr. Simmons reveals to everyone that Arnold's video won the competition and he, his classmates of P.S. 118, and Helga's older sister, Olga, fly to San Lorenzo.

While on the plane, Arnold's pet pig Abner stows away in his backpack. When everyone arrives in San Lorenzo, they are greeted by Arnold's parents' old friend, Eduardo. Aboard a ship, Eduardo privately warns Arnold of the jungle's dangers and gives him an amulet said to lead them to the "Green-Eyed People", the residents of San Lorenzo's lost city. Later that night, Helga tries to confess her feelings to Arnold, but the boat is attacked by pirates. After learning the secret that Arnold kept from them, Gerald and the others shun him.

When the group reaches a base camp, "Eduardo" reveals himself to be a mercenary named Lasombra, who disguised himself as Eduardo to deceive Arnold and the others. He and his men imprison everyone, explaining that the contest was a trick to lure Arnold to San Lorenzo so he could use him to find the lost city and its treasures and reveals the whole class the deal he and Arnold made, causing them to shun him even more. After hearing Arnold cry for his parents and realizing he had nothing to do with Lasombra’s plot, Helga and Gerald manage to escape and free Arnold, and use Arnold's father's old journal to find the city; unbeknownst to them, Lasombra anticipated this and placed a tracking device on Arnold's green eyed necklace. Arnold and his friends manage to evade the lost city's traps, while Lasombra pursues them, sacrificing most of his men to the traps.

Meanwhile, Abner escapes and makes it back to Arnold's grandparents, Grandpa Phil and Grandma Gertie, who see this as a sign that Arnold is in trouble. The two meet with Helga's parents Big Bob and Miriam at the airport, who had received an SOS message from Helga's intelligent best friend, Phoebe. The group flies a rental plane to San Lorenzo, where they help the other kids defeat Lasombra's gang.

Arnold and the others reach the city, finding it populated by children due to a "sleeping sickness" that has left its adult population comatose for nine years. The group finds a statue said to contain the Corazón, a treasure that may lead to a cure for the sickness. Lasombra corners them, taking Arnold hostage and stealing the statue. While Gerald and Helga give chase, Lasombra forces Arnold to open the statue using the amulet. When Lasombra tries to take the Corazón within, the statue's defense system shoots him in the forehead with a poisoned dart, sending Lasombra over a cliff.

A mysterious man arrives and reveals himself to be the real Eduardo, who explains that the pirate "attacking" them earlier was him trying to rescue the group from Lasombra. Lasombra climbs back up from the cliff and gets into a brief scuffle with Eduardo, knocking the Corazón off the cliff, before succumbing to the poison and plummeting to his death. The group returns to the city, and Arnold finally sees his parents, Miles and Stella, who have also contracted the sleeping sickness. Without the Corazón to release the cure to the infected population, Helga uses her locket containing a photo of Arnold as a replacement. The temple releases the cure and the infected are revived. Arnold and the city's children reunite with their parents. Arnold thanks Helga for her loyalty and finally realizes the depths of her feelings for him, and the two share a kiss.

A few months later, life as normal has resumed at Arnold's grandparents' boarding house, though now with Miles and Stella living there as well. Arnold says goodbye to his parents as he heads off for his first day of sixth grade with Gerald, Phoebe, and Helga. Gerald and Phoebe are seen holding hands walking to school together, while Arnold and Helga are also implied to be a couple despite Helga pretending to remain hostile towards Arnold once in public. Arnold's parents walk with him and his friends to school and Arnold promises his mom and dad that they'll see him at 3:30 as the doors close behind him.

Cast[edit]

Main article: List of Hey Arnold! characters

Characters: Arnold, Helga, Gerald, Phoebe

The voice cast for the film is made up of 20 actors from the original series, and 11 new cast members to replace former actors who retired, grew up, or died.[2]

  • Mason Vale Cotton as Arnold Shortman
  • Benjamin Flores Jr. as Gerald Johanssen
  • Francesca Marie Smith as Helga Pataki
  • Dan Castellaneta as Grandpa Phil Shortman
  • Tress MacNeille as Grandma Gertie Shortman, Homeless Woman
  • Anndi McAfee as Phoebe Heyerdahl, Reporter
  • Justin Shenkarow as Harold Berman
  • Olivia Hack as Rhonda Wellington Lloyd
  • Gavin Lewis as Eugene Horowitz
  • Aiden Lewandowski as Sid
  • Jet Jurgensmeyer as Stinky Peterson
  • Laya Hayes as Nadine
  • Nicolas Cantu as Thaddeus "Curly" Gammelthorpe
  • Dan Butler as Mr. Robert Simmons
  • Maurice LaMarche as Big Bob Pataki, Homeless Man 1, Flunky Guard
  • Kath Soucie as Miriam Pataki
  • Nika Futterman as Olga Pataki
  • Craig Bartlett as Miles Shortman, Brainy, Abner, Monkeyman
  • Antoinette Stella as Stella Shortman
  • Carlos Alazraqui as Eduardo
  • Dom Irrera as Ernie Potts
  • Wally Wingert as Oskar Kokoshka, Mr. Hyunh, Homeless Man 2[3]
  • Rick Corso as Dino Spumoni
  • Danny Cooksey as Stoop Kid
  • Danielle Judovits as Big Patty Smith
  • Jim Belushi as Coach Jack Wittenberg
  • Stephen Stanton as Pigeon Man[4]
  • Lane Toran as Crewman, Pirate 1, Guard 1, Che[5]
  • Jamil Walker Smith as Paulo, Guard 2, Pirate 2[6]
  • Hope Levy as Girl Queen
  • Alfred Molina as Lasombra

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

In 1998, when Nickelodeon renewed Hey Arnold! for a fourth season, they offered series creator Craig Bartlett a chance to develop two feature-length films based on the series: one as a TV movie or direct-to-video, called Arnold Saves the Neighborhood, and another slated for a theatrical release. Nickelodeon asked Bartlett to do "the biggest idea he could think of" for the theatrical film. After looking at the series, Bartlett decided to make the theatrical feature as a spiritual sequel/follow-up to the Season 5 episode "Parents Day", and have Arnold try to solve the question of what happened to Miles and Stella, his parents. This became known as Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie. In 2001, executives at Nickelodeon and Paramount Pictures decided to give the made-for-TV movie Arnold Saves the Neighborhood a theatrical release instead in 2002, under the title of Hey Arnold!: The Movie to attract the attention of the public, after successful test screenings. Around this time, Nickelodeon also asked Bartlett to produce a special one-hour "prequel" episode called "The Journal" that would serve as a lead-in to the second movie. The episode aired on Nickelodeon on November 11, 2002.[7]

However, Hey Arnold!: The Movie was a critical and commercial failure, resulting in the cancellation of The Jungle Movie and leaving Hey Arnold! with an unresolved cliffhanger ending.

During subsequent years, Bartlett shared many details, characters and plot points of the movie; however, he did not reveal any significant spoilers in the event that the movie might someday get made. Around 2009, many fans started online petitions to convince Nickelodeon to greenlight The Jungle Movie. In 2011, reruns of Hey Arnold! on TeenNick's late-night classic Nickelodeon programming block The '90s Are All That increased public attention in the series and its cancelled movie. In October 2012, Craig Bartlett revealed that he was back at Nickelodeon having meetings with them.[8] In December 2014, it was revealed that Craig Bartlett and Nickelodeon's executives were interested in reviving Hey Arnold!.[9]

In September 2015, Nickelodeon announced officially during an interview with Entertainment Weekly that they were considering reviving many of their old properties, and that Hey Arnold! was one of them.[10] On November 23, 2015, Nickelodeon reported that they were working on a Hey Arnold! TV movie that would answer all the fans' questions, including the whereabouts of Arnold's parents, with Bartlett set to write and produce.[11][12] On March 1, 2016, it was announced that the film would be released in 2017.[13] The next day, Bartlett confirmed officially that the TV movie would be The Jungle Movie and that it would be released as a two-hour TV movie.[14]

Writing[edit]

According to Bartlett, the story of The Jungle Movie was originally written and produced between 1998 and 2001 by Steve Viksten, Jonathan Greenberg and himself. Storyboards were drafted by Raymie Muzquiz and test footage was produced.[15]

In the years following the film's cancellation, Bartlett confirmed many plot points of the film, like the revelation of Arnold's name during the opening sequence and that Arnold still had the map of the jungle of San Lorenzo that he found in "The Journal". He also revealed that Lasombra was searching for La Corazón, a fabulous jewel and sacred relic of the Green-Eyed people, the tribe that Miles and Stella helped in the past. Helga's and Arnold's relationship would also take a next step, after Helga kissed Arnold in the climax of the Hey Arnold!: The Movie. Craig Bartlett mentioned in an interview that The Jungle Movie was the first thing he pitched when he came back to Nickelodeon.[16]

In June 2016, Bartlett confirmed that the TV movie was written to take place with the kids going into the fifth grade, one year after the ending of the original series.[17] In July 2016, Variety showed various artworks of the main characters.[18]

As revealed in a promo during the NickSplat premiere, the script for the film was originally twice as long. One particular gag that was cut was the parade sequence in San Lorenzo in which Olga appears on a parade float, and Helga appears on another dressed as a monkey. In the final version, there is only a very brief shot of the parade.

Casting[edit]

On June 13, 2016, it was reported that Francesca Marie Smith, Anndi McAfee, Justin Shenkarow, Olivia Hack, Nika Futterman, Dan Butler, Dan Castellaneta, Tress MacNeille, Antoinette Stella, Carlos Alazraqui, Dom Irrera, Maurice LaMarche, Kath Soucie, Danielle Judovits, Danny Cooksey, Jim Belushi and Hey Arnold! creator Craig Bartlett himself were attached to reprise their respective roles as Helga, Phoebe, Harold, Rhonda, Olga, Mr. Simmons, Grandpa, Grandma, Stella, Eduardo, Ernie, Bob Pataki, Miriam, Big Patty, Stoop Kid, Coach Wittenberg and Miles; while Lane Toran and Jamil Walker Smith, the original voices of Arnold and Gerald, were attached to return, but as the voices of San Lorenzo tour guides, while being replaced by Mason Vale Cotton and Benjamin Flores, Jr. respectively;[19][20] and Alfred Molina was cast as Lasombra, the film's main antagonist.[21] The next day, it was reported that Gavin Lewis, Jet Jurgensmeyer, Aiden Lewandowski, and Laya Hayes were respectively cast as Eugene, Stinky, Sid and Nadine.[22]

Release[edit]

Marketing[edit]

On July 10, 2017, Nickelodeon released an "exclusive first look" at the new character designs narrated by Bartlett.[23] Eleven days later, on July 21, to coincide with the Hey Arnold! panel at San Diego Comic-Con, a short scene from the film was released, in which Arnold is presented with a special film about all the good deeds he has done for his neighborhood.[24][25] The film's official trailer was released on October 6, 2017.[26] An additional trailer was released on the NickSplat YouTube channel on November 7, 2017.[27]

During the month of November, NickSplat (a programming block on TeenNick that regularly features the series) aired Hey Arnold! episodes every night from 12:00 to 1:00 AM (ET/PT). From November 17 to 24, NickSplat aired a marathon of all the episodes of the series, nightly from 12:00 to 6:00 AM (ET/PT).[28]

Distribution[edit]

The film premiered on YTV in Canada on January 5, 2018,[29] and had a limited theatrical premiere in Australia during February 2018 exclusively to Hoyts cinemas,[30] before airing on Nickelodeon Australia on March 2, 2018 and probably coming soon for movie premiere on 9Go!.[citation needed]

On March 9, 2018, the film received a one-day limited release at select Showcase Cinemas locations in the United States.[31]

Home media[edit]

The television film was released on DVD in Region 1 on February 13, 2018 by Paramount Home Entertainment.[32] It was then released on DVD in Region 2 on August 13, 2018 by Paramount Home Entertainment.[33]

Streaming[edit]

The television film was released on Hulu on October 1, 2019. Later, it was released on Netflix on November 1, 2019, along with other Nickelodeon TV shows and movies, marking a return of Nickelodeon content on Netflix since 2013.[34]

Reception[edit]

Critical response[edit]

The A.V. Club graded it with an "A-" complimenting the film for preserving the original series' "warm tone and careful pacing, its willingness to let its young characters absorb dramatic moments and contemplate within silences."[35]IGN.com gave the film a score of 7.5 out of 10, noting "the little, unexpected homages to what made Hey, Arnold! such a joy originally that mark the high points of The Jungle Movie."[36]Den of Geek's Shamus Kelly gave it a score of 3 out of 5, giving a more decidedly mixed opinion of the film, praising the opening moments of the film but criticizing the scenes in San Lorenzo.[37] On Rotten Tomatoes it holds an approval rating of 100% based on 8 reviews, with an average rating of 7.9/10.[38]

Ratings[edit]

The original broadcast of the movie was watched by 1.63 million total viewers when it premiered on Nickelodeon with simulcasts on TeenNick and Nicktoons, with a combined 0.46 rating in the 18-49 demo.[39] On Nickelodeon, the movie leaked into Nick at Nite, causing the ratings to be reported separately for each hour of the film, since Nielsen considers Nick at Nite a separate network despite being on the same channel. The combined average was 1.268 million total viewers, with 1.390 million total viewers for the Nickelodeon hour and 1.146 million total viewers for the Nick at Nite hour, with an average 0.39 rating in the 18-49 demo. On TeenNick and Nicktoons, the movie was watched by 128,000 total viewers (0.04 18-49) and 234,000 total viewers (0.03 18-49), respectively.[40]

Awards and nominations[edit]

References[edit]

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