History WesternAnimation / Arthur

14th Nov '17 11:39:10 AM SeptimusHeap
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* MindScrew: {{In-universe}}, the movie Arthur and Buster see in "The Long Dull Winter".

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* MindScrew: {{In-universe}}, InUniverse, the movie Arthur and Buster see in "The Long Dull Winter".
13th Nov '17 7:07:34 PM IAmNotAFunguy
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* {{Mondegreen}}: In the episode "Tales From the Crib" D.W. points out that the Tibbles once told her the story of Arachnar, the spider lord that haunts children that have just gotten a big-person bed. When Vicita becomes scared of sleeping in her new bed, D.W. says Arachnar is just an "Irving legend", or the kind of story one's Uncle Irving would tell, rather than an urban legend. When Vicita points out she does not have an Uncle Irving, D.W. dismisses ''him'' as an Irving legend as well!
** D.W.'s home-made New York City postcards in "Postcards from Buster" aren't the most accurate. Her landmarks include the "Vampire State Building", "Rocks-of-Falling Center", and the "Stature of Liver Trees".
1st Nov '17 3:08:49 PM lakingsif
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* MissingChild: In "Lost!", Arthur falls asleep on the bus and is only woken beyond the terminal, resulting in everyone (and in this case, himself) believing him missing.
30th Oct '17 6:50:55 PM tyrekecorrea
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** In "Binky Goes Nuts," Binky is diagnosed with a peanut allergy, and has to find a peanut-free Chinese restaurant in order to enjoy Chinese food again; in "Big brother Binky," Binky and his parents visit the restaurant again before telling Binky that they're going to adopt a baby girl from China. At the end of the episode, the Barnes family visits the restaurant for a third time as a family.
30th Oct '17 7:01:38 AM Monolaf317
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The show's [[{{Recap/Arthur}} recap page]] is under construction.

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The show's [[{{Recap/Arthur}} recap page]] is under construction.
construction. Has a [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/crowner.php/BestEpisode/Arthur Best Episode Crowner]].



28th Oct '17 10:44:50 AM Unicorndance
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* LostVoicePlot: In "For Whom the Bell Tolls", D.W. loses her voice completely, due to laryngitis. When she gets it back, she pretends it's still gone because she's gotten used to her family fussing over her.
24th Oct '17 7:14:58 AM legoking831
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* IncessantMusicMadness: D.W. likes the song "Crazy Bus", which drives Arthur crazy. Everyone else his age enjoys it too, but not as incessantly as DW.

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* IncessantMusicMadness: IncessantMusicMadness:
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D.W. likes the song "Crazy Bus", which drives Arthur crazy. Everyone else his age enjoys it too, but not as incessantly as DW.DW.
** Also happens in ''Arthur's Perfect Christmas'' with the Tina the Talking Tabby radio ad jingle. D.W. loves it but it drives Arthur insane.
23rd Oct '17 7:18:31 PM MackWylde
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* SlidingScaleOfIdealismVsCynicism: Definitely more on the idealistic end of the scale, though this show is not afraid to touch upon mature issues and difficult situations that kids actually go through.
16th Oct '17 10:37:51 AM MrEightThreeOne
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** "Caught in the Crosswires" is a satire of reality TV, through and through. The episode has Mr. and Mrs. Crosswire being forced to include some extremely blatant ProductPlacement shilling for their car dealership, and the producer demands a bunch of fabricated drama between Muffy and Bailey, to the point where it effectively turns into a stereotype of a typical "dysfunctional household" reality show.
15th Oct '17 1:25:49 PM nombretomado
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* TheBeautifulGame: Soccer is the show's most prominently-featured sport.
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