History Radar / HeyArnold

3rd Jan '18 5:17:21 PM thecarolinabull01
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* The episode "Eating Contest" has [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kG5Ugj8yUlk&t=4m23s Arnold and Gerald sitting under a sign with an arrow pointing to the left that says "Try My Sausage"]]. Highly doubtful that this wasn't meant to be an innuendo.
12th Dec '17 4:41:01 AM thecarolinabull01
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* Pay attention to Arnold and Helga dancing the tango in "April Fool's Day". Helga is supposed to have her right hand on Arnold's waist, but since her hand is drawn in a cupping motion, it looks like she's groping Arnold's butt.

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* Pay attention to Arnold and Helga dancing the tango in "April Fool's Day". Helga is supposed to have her right hand on Arnold's waist, but since her hand is drawn in a cupping motion, motion and appears to "squeeze" a few times, it looks like she's groping Arnold's butt.



* '''Miriam's alcoholism.''' Even WordOfGod says that she's an alcoholic, but the Nickelodeon censors told Craig Bartlett and the writers that they couldn't outright say it, so what do they do? Have her as a depressed, narcoleptic [[FrothyMugsOfWater smoothie]] addict (never mind that some alcoholic drinks do exist as smoothies -- piña coladas, hurricanes, daiquiris, etc). Also if you pay close attention you'll notice that one of her ingredients for a smoothie is Tabasco sauce. There are even hints that she was busted for at least one DUI. One episode has Arnold ask Helga "when did she [Miriam] get her license back?" and another has Bob casually remark that she's supposed to start community service that morning.
** There are a few episodes where, if you listen closely, you can hear ice cubes rattling inside Miriam's usual cup of coffee.

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* '''Miriam's alcoholism.''' Even WordOfGod says that she's an alcoholic, but the Nickelodeon censors told Craig Bartlett and the writers that they couldn't outright say it, so what do they do? Have her as a depressed, narcoleptic [[FrothyMugsOfWater smoothie]] addict (never mind that some alcoholic drinks do exist as smoothies -- piña coladas, hurricanes, daiquiris, etc). Also if you pay close attention you'll notice that one of her ingredients for a smoothie is Tabasco sauce. There are even hints that she was busted for at least one DUI. One episode has Arnold ask Helga "when did she [Miriam] get her license back?" and another has Bob casually remark that she's supposed to start community service that morning.
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morning. There are a few episodes where, if you listen closely, you can hear ice cubes rattling inside Miriam's usual cup of coffee.
12th Dec '17 4:35:29 AM thecarolinabull01
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* In "Dino Checks Out" during the news cast looking back on Dino's life, we see a picture of him with the Creator/RatPack. They are clearly in a bar holding alcoholic beverages.

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* In "Dino Checks Out" during Out":
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the news cast looking back on Dino's life, we see a picture of him with the Creator/RatPack. They are clearly in a bar holding alcoholic beverages.



** It turns out that Dino Spumoni faked his own death to [[DeadArtistsAreBetter boost his album sales]]. The only problem is that a Dino impersonator becomes very popular and overshadows the real Dino ("He's an incredible simulation"). Dino's most recent GoldDigger ex-wife Candy married said impersonator. When interviewed about it, she says "He's an incredible ''stimulation''".



* In "Dino Checks Out", Dino Spumoni fakes his own death to [[DeadArtistsAreBetter boost his album sales]]. The only problem is that a Dino impersonator becomes very popular and overshadows the real Dino ("He's an incredible simulation"). Dino's most recent GoldDigger ex-wife Candy married said impersonator. When interviewed about it, she says "He's an incredible ''stimulation''".
12th Dec '17 4:33:22 AM thecarolinabull01
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* During Helga's dream sequence in "Married", as Arnold and Helga duck into their limousine after the wedding, Helga pulls off her veil and tosses it aside. Despite the popular misconception, the symbol of virginity in a bride's outfit is the veil, not the white wedding dress...

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* During Helga's dream sequence in "Married", as Arnold and Helga duck into their limousine after the wedding, Helga pulls off her veil and tosses it aside. Despite the popular misconception, the symbol of virginity in a bride's outfit is the veil, not the white wedding dress...
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* Pay attention to Arnold and Helga dancing the tango in "April Fool's Day". Helga is supposed to have her right hand on Arnold's waist, but since her hand is drawn in a cupping motion, it looks like she's groping Arnold's butt.


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* "Suspended" has Arnold and Harold appealing their suspensions to Principal Wartz. Harold meant to say "outside circumstances" but accidentally said "''circumcisions''".
* In "Dino Checks Out", Dino Spumoni fakes his own death to [[DeadArtistsAreBetter boost his album sales]]. The only problem is that a Dino impersonator becomes very popular and overshadows the real Dino ("He's an incredible simulation"). Dino's most recent GoldDigger ex-wife Candy married said impersonator. When interviewed about it, she says "He's an incredible ''stimulation''".
10th Dec '17 5:49:59 PM Upgrader
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* After Helga's confession in {{The Movie}}, and a passionate kiss, Arnold states he's dizzy, and needs to go lie down. Helga's response: "Wonderful...I'll go with you!"



* In the beginning of TheMovie, it is suggested that they throw a block party to raise awareness and stop the neighborhood from being taken over by Future Tech Industries. When coming up with a name, [[TokenMinority Gerald's]] suggestions are "Block Power" and "It's a Block Thing".
** Big Bob calls out Nick Vermecilli for "shafting" him in their deal.[[note]]Basically, a PG-rated way of saying he got "fucked."[[/note]]
22nd Nov '17 8:49:36 AM jasonbres
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** In select season 1 episodes, especially the Christmas episode, Mr. Hyunh is seen holding a pipe.
21st Nov '17 5:43:49 PM ironballs16
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** After seeing how many dirty jokes involving Helga are present in this page, you have to wonder if Helga's true intentions with Arnold are entirely innocent... This is made even more inappropiate by the fact that they're both nine. And keep in mind, this show aired before the internet was readily available.

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** After seeing how many dirty jokes involving Helga are present in this page, you have to wonder if Helga's true intentions with Arnold are entirely innocent... This is made even more inappropiate by the fact [[ToyShip that they're both nine.nine]]. And keep in mind, this show aired before the internet was readily available.
19th Oct '17 5:09:16 AM Chilliwack
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** After seeing how many dirty jokes involving Helga are present in this page, you have to wonder if Helga's true intentions with Arnold are entirely innocent... This is made even more inappropiate by the fact that they're both nine.

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** After seeing how many dirty jokes involving Helga are present in this page, you have to wonder if Helga's true intentions with Arnold are entirely innocent... This is made even more inappropiate by the fact that they're both nine. And keep in mind, this show aired before the internet was readily available.
8th Oct '17 4:45:38 PM DrVonOppendown
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* In "Helga's Parrot", Helga recited one of her obsessive love poems in the presence of a parrot, who then flew off and almost repeated it to Arnold. One part of the poem was: "Arnold, you make my girlhood tremble, my senses all go wacky." (This one is probably the most well-known adult joke of the series.)

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* In "Helga's Parrot", Helga recited one of her obsessive love poems in the presence of a parrot, who then flew off and almost repeated it to Arnold. One part of the poem was: "Arnold, you make my girlhood tremble, my senses all go wacky." (This one is probably the most well-known adult joke of the series.))[[note]]One's "girlhood/womanhood" is a poetic term for a vagina.[[/note]]
5th Oct '17 7:51:18 AM NightShade96
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* At the end of "Synchronized Swimming," Jack proposes that he and Tish "[[{{Malaproper}} implore the mysteries of the deep]]" and they both dive underwater (and conveniently out of the camera's view). [[TwoPersonPoolParty The implications are obvious]].

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* At the end of "Synchronized Swimming," Jack proposes that he and Tish "[[{{Malaproper}} implore implore]] the mysteries of the deep]]" deep" and they both dive underwater (and conveniently out of the camera's view). [[TwoPersonPoolParty The implications are obvious]].



* In "Grandpa's Birthday", he wakes up and believes that he's in heaven. When he sees Oskar however, he panics and says "This must be that other place!"

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* In "Grandpa's Birthday", he wakes up and believes that he's in heaven. When he sees Oskar however, he panics and says "This must be [[{{Hell}} that other place!"place!]]"



** Also alluded to in "Haunted Train" when Grandpa is tilling the titular urban legend, using "fiery underworld" in place of hell. In that same episode, Gerald sings a song about the train with a verse describing how the engineer "drove it straight to..." but he finishes with "Hey!" instead of hell.

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** Also alluded to in "Haunted Train" when Grandpa is tilling the titular urban legend, using "fiery underworld" in place of hell."Hell". In that same episode, Gerald sings a song about the train with a verse describing how the engineer "drove it straight to..." but he finishes with "Hey!" instead of hell. Hell.



* Curly's StalkerWithACrush interest in Rhonda is anything but subtle. He's constantly suggestively telling her to "Give Daddy some sugar..."

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* Curly's StalkerWithACrush interest in Rhonda is anything but subtle. He's constantly suggestively telling her to [[DoubleEntendre "Give Daddy some sugar...""]]



* During "The Journal", Arnold found his father's journal which his Grandpa Phil begins to read aloud to the family. When he gets to his father's account of his wedding night Phil starts to read the words "It was the hottest night the jungle had" and the flashback showing us Arnold's parents in a hut seductively looking at each other... as Phil uncomfortably trails off from reading and distracts Arnold with thoughts of ordering dinner. As soon as Arnold leaves the room Phil rips out the page and hides it.

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* During "The Journal", Arnold found his father's journal which his Grandpa Phil begins to read aloud to the family. When he gets to his father's account of his wedding night night, Phil starts to read the words "It was the hottest night the jungle had" and the flashback showing us Arnold's parents in a hut seductively looking at each other... as Phil uncomfortably trails off from reading and distracts Arnold with thoughts of ordering dinner. As soon as Arnold leaves the room room, Phil rips out the page and hides it. it.



** Part of Grandpa's story involves him staying the night at a farmhouse, with three beautiful French women. The oldest one, Monique, visits him in the night in a [[VaporWear figure flattering diaphanous dress]], to tell Phil that the war has made her feel scared and lonely...Gerald's father then urges him to skip over this part of the story, since it was clearly headed in an erotic direction. Looking at Arnold and Gerald's reactions to the interjection, it seems like they wanted to hear it. When Phil resumes the story, he recalls that he woke up the next morning "[[DidYouJustHaveSex feeling like a million bucks]]."

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** Part of Grandpa's story involves him staying the night at a farmhouse, with three beautiful French women. The oldest one, Monique, visits him in the night in a [[VaporWear figure flattering diaphanous dress]], to tell Phil that the war has made her feel scared and lonely... Gerald's father then urges him to skip over this part of the story, since it was clearly headed in an erotic direction. Looking at Arnold and Gerald's reactions to the interjection, it seems like they wanted to hear it. When Phil resumes the story, he recalls that he woke up the next morning "[[DidYouJustHaveSex feeling like a million bucks]]."



* In "Helga's Locket" Phil says "What the Helen of Troy is that?"

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* In "Helga's Locket" Locket", Phil says "What the Helen of Troy is that?"that?".



* The truck driver at the end of "Abner Come Home" is seen smoking a lit cigar, despite Nickelodeon's strict no tobacco policy.
* In "Dino Checks Out" during the news cast looking back on Dino's life, we see a picture of him with The Creator/RatPack. They are clearly in a bar holding alcoholic beverages.

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* The truck driver at the end of "Abner Come Home" is seen smoking a lit cigar, despite Nickelodeon's strict no tobacco no-tobacco policy.
* In "Dino Checks Out" during the news cast looking back on Dino's life, we see a picture of him with The the Creator/RatPack. They are clearly in a bar holding alcoholic beverages.



-->'''Harold''': Aw, come on, Rhonda, you know you like me!
-->'''Rhonda''': Where in the world would you get a ridiculous idea like that?
-->'''Harold''': Remember that time at the Cheese Festival when you jumped--
-->'''Rhonda''': ''(clamping down on Harold's mouth)'' I told you ''never'' to mention that night--''ever'' again.

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-->'''Harold''': Aw, come on, Rhonda, you know you like me!
-->'''Rhonda''':
me!\\
'''Rhonda''':
Where in the world would you get a ridiculous idea like that?
-->'''Harold''':
that?\\
'''Harold''':
Remember that time at the Cheese Festival when you jumped--
-->'''Rhonda''':
jumped--\\
'''Rhonda''':
''(clamping down on Harold's mouth)'' I told you ''never'' to mention that night--''ever'' again.



* Speaking of potential homophobic slurs being thrown, Mr. Simmons is on the receiving end of quite a few (harsher considering that he [[WordOfGay is confirmed to be gay by]] WordOfGod). Though it's possible that these insults are aimed at his wimpy personality rather than his sexuality.

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* Speaking of potential homophobic slurs being thrown, Mr. Simmons is on the receiving end of quite a few (harsher considering that he [[WordOfGay is confirmed to be gay by]] WordOfGod). Though WordOfGod), though it's possible that these insults are aimed at his wimpy personality rather than his sexuality.



** Helga calls him a "cream puff" in "The Flood"

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** Helga calls him a "cream puff" in "The Flood"Flood".
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