History Fridge / Arthur

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.
3rd Aug '16 9:00:05 PM Minni128
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** Actually, it was mentioned in one episode, ''"D.W.'s Backpack Mishap'', of one of the earlier seasons that their parents travel a lot, as one of the twins mentioned that their mom, Trixie, used to take them on trips a lot, which would imply that she travels a lot.

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** Actually, **Actually, it was mentioned in one episode, ''"D.W.'s Backpack Mishap'', of one of the earlier seasons that their parents travel a lot, as one of the twins mentioned that their mom, Trixie, used to take them on trips a lot, which would imply that she travels a lot.trips.
3rd Aug '16 8:53:18 PM Minni128
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**Actually, it was mentioned in one episode, ''"D.W.'s Backpack Mishap'', of one of the earlier seasons that their parents travel a lot, as one of the twins mentioned that their mom, Trixie, used to take them on trips a lot, which would imply that she travels a lot.
3rd Aug '16 11:12:18 AM EnglishGuruLady
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* In "Shelter from the Storm," Muffy mentions Hurricane Sadie is "too nice" a name for a hurricane (it's apparently a [[LawyerFriendlyCameo lawyer-friendly]] version of Hurricane Sandy). She suggests it should've been named something like Nigel. "Nigel" is the first name of Mr. Ratburn, who the kids sometimes consider a SternTeacher, or even a SadistTeacher in earlier seasons. Doubles as a funny moment.
24th Jul '16 3:01:18 PM SMARTALIENQT
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* The Tibble Twins are shown to live with their grandma, and their parents are never shown. They're also easily the brattiest kids in the neighborhood, and it's clear that Grandma does not know how to discipline them. Why do they live with her in the first place? I posit that the Tibbles' original home environment was somehow unfit for children, and they were sent to live with their grandmother out of necessity.
19th Apr '16 3:03:54 PM cjqtwm
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* In "To Eat or not to Eat" the Big Boss bars were extremely addictive and toxic, meaning that the main ingredient was basically a recreational drug. Which means it most likely caused brain damage when it was eaten...and almost every kid in the school was addicted to them...

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* In "To Eat or not Not to Eat" Eat", the Big Boss bars were extremely addictive and toxic, meaning that the main ingredient was basically a recreational drug. Which means it most likely caused brain damage when it was eaten...and almost every kid in the school was addicted to them...
19th Apr '16 3:02:47 PM cjqtwm
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* The episode ''I Wanna Hold Your Hand''- Binky's nightmare may seem like a simple ImagineSpot to drive the episode forward. Now, remember the thing about him getting nightmares if he sleeps without a night light that was established in the season 2 episode ''Night Fright''. The scene that cements it? When he wakes up, a corner shot shows the night light missing from the wall socket. Why? Because in this episode, he was trying to act all grown up.

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* The episode ''I "I Wanna Hold Your Hand''- Hand"- Binky's nightmare may seem like a simple ImagineSpot to drive the episode forward. Now, remember the thing about him getting nightmares if he sleeps without a night light that was established in the season 2 episode ''Night Fright''."Night Fright". The scene that cements it? When he wakes up, a corner shot shows the night light missing from the wall socket. Why? Because in this episode, he was trying to act all grown up.



* In ''Emily Swallows a Horse'', Emily says that the French word for ball is ''cheval''. In actuality, [[BilingualBonus "cheval" means horse]].
* When Lydia returned in ''Little Miss Meanie'' (season 19), she was shown to be friends with Jenna even though they never interacted in ''The Wheel Deal''[[note]]Lydia's only other appearance[[/note]]. Back in ''The Good Sport'' (season 6), Principal Haney briefly mentioned that Jenna manages the wheelchair basketball team.

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* In ''Emily "Emily Swallows a Horse'', Horse", Emily says that the French word for ball is ''cheval''. In actuality, [[BilingualBonus "cheval" means horse]].
* When Lydia returned in ''Little "Little Miss Meanie'' Meanie" (season 19), she was shown to be friends with Jenna even though they never interacted in ''The "The Wheel Deal''[[note]]Lydia's Deal"[[note]]Lydia's only other appearance[[/note]]. Back in ''The "The Good Sport'' Sport" (season 6), Principal Haney briefly mentioned that Jenna manages the wheelchair basketball team.



* In the episode with the Riddle Quest Game Show, Arthur lost on purpose because he was afraid he would end up being on the show forever and have to change schools. The same thing might eventually happen to Charloette!

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* In "Arthur and the episode with the Riddle Quest Game Show, Big Riddle", Arthur lost on purpose because he was afraid he would end up being on the show forever and have to change schools. The same thing might eventually happen to Charloette!
Charlotte!
* At the end of "And Now, Let's Talk to Some Kids", future-day Francine sees Buster on the old videotape and asks "Whatever happened to him?", but Arthur doesn't even react to it. It's completely possible that after the age of eight, Buster may have [[AlienAbduction actually been abducted]] by aliens.
12th Jan '16 11:50:58 PM Doug86
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** It's shown that, [[SuperMan like the series']] [[Franchise/{{Batman}} they're Expies of,]] have multiple adaptions including comics and games. It could be that the Bionic Bunny show is a live action adaption and Dark Bunny is a cartoon adaption. It would also kinda make sense that the kids would gravitate toward it so quickly since children would probably be more attracted to cartoons than live action.

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** It's shown that, [[SuperMan [[Franchise/{{Superman}} like the series']] [[Franchise/{{Batman}} they're Expies of,]] have multiple adaptions including comics and games. It could be that the Bionic Bunny show is a live action adaption and Dark Bunny is a cartoon adaption. It would also kinda make sense that the kids would gravitate toward it so quickly since children would probably be more attracted to cartoons than live action.
19th Aug '15 12:38:40 AM Magnezonomon
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* When Lydia returned in ''Little Miss Meanie'' (season 19), she was shown to be friends with Jenna even though they never interacted in ''The Wheel Deal''[[note]]Lydia's only other appearance[[/note]]. Back in ''The Good Sport'' (season 6), Principal Haney briefly mentioned that Jenna manages the wheelchair basketball team.
9th May '15 3:24:28 PM JustHereToComment
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* The episode ''I Wanna Hold Your Hand''- Binky's nightmare may seem like a simple ImagineSpot to drive the episode forward. Now, remember the thing about him getting nightmares if he sleeps without a night light that was established in the season 2 episode ''Night Fright''. The scene that cements it? When he wakes up, a corner shot shows the night light missing from the wall socket. Why? Because in this episode, he was trying to act all grown up.

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* The episode ''I Wanna Hold Your Hand''- Binky's nightmare may seem like a simple ImagineSpot to drive the episode forward. Now, remember the thing about him getting nightmares if he sleeps without a night light that was established in the season 2 episode ''Night Fright''. The scene that cements it? When he wakes up, a corner shot shows the night light missing from the wall socket. Why? Because in this episode, he was trying to act all grown up. up.
* The Reads' dog is named "Pal." The Molinas' dog is named "Amigo." This shows yet another similarity between the two families, both giving their dogs names that mean "friend."
* In ''Emily Swallows a Horse'', Emily says that the French word for ball is ''cheval''. In actuality, [[BilingualBonus "cheval" means horse]].
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