History Fridge / Arthur

5th Dec '17 6:10:12 AM MarkyVigoroth
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* In the episode where Arthur gets chickenpox, D.W. gets jealous of Arthur while simultaneously wanting the special treats Arthur gets because of his chickenpox. [[spoiler:She ends up with chickenpox herself at the end of the episode. Even Grandma Thora says that is the "strangest case [she] has ever seen". However, D.W was hanging out at Arthur at an above-normal frequency. Jane outright said that "chickenpox is very contagious". ''D.W. caught Arthur's chickenpox from all the times she hung out at him at that period.'']]
1st Sep '17 4:15:54 PM nombretomado
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** *Giggle* Don't be silly - they probably just lost contact somewhere down the line. Heck, my own parents lost all contact with their old school-friends until FaceBook was invented!

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** *Giggle* Don't be silly - they probably just lost contact somewhere down the line. Heck, my own parents lost all contact with their old school-friends until FaceBook Website/{{Facebook}} was invented!
15th Jun '17 6:13:45 PM CJCroen1393
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* From "Prunella's Prediction" - Arthur is embarrassed by his snowsuit, which is based on a superhero named "Mr. Puffy" that his dad was a fan of, and indeed Arthur understandably thinks that Mr. Puffy and his two sidekicks Land Fish (exactly what it sounds like) and Legal Eagle ("half-lawyer half bird", according to Grandma Thora) are ridiculous. He's placated when Prunella reveals that they're ''[[PoesLaw supposed]]'' to be ridiculous. The fridge brilliance comes in when you look back on the three characters. A giant green marshmallow man? A lawyer with an eagle's head? A walking fish who eats bugs? No one could take such superheroes seriously--so of course, we're not expected to!

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* From "Prunella's Prediction" - Arthur is embarrassed by his snowsuit, which is based on a superhero named "Mr. Puffy" that his dad was a fan of, and indeed Arthur understandably thinks that Mr. Puffy and his two sidekicks Land Fish (exactly what it sounds like) and Legal Eagle ("half-lawyer half bird", half-bird", according to Grandma Thora) are ridiculous. He's placated when Prunella reveals that they're ''[[PoesLaw supposed]]'' to be ridiculous. The fridge brilliance comes in when you look back on the three characters. A giant green marshmallow man? A lawyer with an eagle's head? A walking fish who eats bugs? No one could take such superheroes seriously--so of course, we're not expected to!
15th Jun '17 6:12:56 PM CJCroen1393
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** Taking this further, they may have been the ones who provided the voices.


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* From "Prunella's Prediction" - Arthur is embarrassed by his snowsuit, which is based on a superhero named "Mr. Puffy" that his dad was a fan of, and indeed Arthur understandably thinks that Mr. Puffy and his two sidekicks Land Fish (exactly what it sounds like) and Legal Eagle ("half-lawyer half bird", according to Grandma Thora) are ridiculous. He's placated when Prunella reveals that they're ''[[PoesLaw supposed]]'' to be ridiculous. The fridge brilliance comes in when you look back on the three characters. A giant green marshmallow man? A lawyer with an eagle's head? A walking fish who eats bugs? No one could take such superheroes seriously--so of course, we're not expected to!
6th Feb '17 4:03:35 PM ladyofthelibrary
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** Not helping dissipate the horror one bit that Fern and George, 2 of the most shown addicts, look ready for the hospital during their crash at the library and their dialogue implies they might be hallucinating.
13th Jan '17 8:21:03 PM Unicorndance
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** I thought he stopped being afraid of water in that episode?
12th Nov '16 8:50:30 AM fruitstripegum
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** *Giggle* Don't be silly - they probably just lost contact somewhere down the line. Heck, my own parents lost all contact with their old school-friends until FaceBook was invented!
9th Nov '16 3:16:40 PM WolfeeTropes
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** There is even a CallBack in a new episode called "Cereal" where Buster tries to convince Arthur that he has an identical twin named Chester.
13th Oct '16 4:48:42 PM tyrekecorrea
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** Since the episode is about lying, it's fitting that its title is itself a lie.
6th Aug '16 5:32:01 PM SpaceHunterDrakeRedcrest
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* In "D.W.'s Stray Netkitten," the Reed family computer gets two viruses from the website that requires the computer to be taken to the computer repair store. If the Netkittens' website is so insecure that one can get two powerful viruses from just being on the site, imagine how many incidents like that occur, especially if Arthur is accurate is saying that every kid D.W.'s age plays the game.
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