History YMMV / HeyArnold

26th Jul '16 8:40:55 PM SheldonDinkleburg
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** Oskar Kokoshka for being outright lazy and being overall terrible and sexist towards his wife Suzie. And whenever he has a problem, he uses Arnold to do all the things for him. It went to the point when even {{A|llLovingHero}}rnold called him a loser. These antics also seem to make him an InUniverse Scrappy also.

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** Oskar Kokoshka to some fans for being outright lazy and being overall terrible and sexist towards his wife Suzie. And whenever he has a problem, he uses Arnold to do all the things for him. It went to the point when even {{A|llLovingHero}}rnold called him a loser. These antics also seem to make him an InUniverse Scrappy also. However, other fans find him pathetic enough to LoveToHate.
24th Jul '16 9:50:33 PM SheldonDinkleburg
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** "The Old Building" opens with Arnold dreaming about swinging across the city [[Creator/MileyCyrus on a wrecking ball.]]
24th Jul '16 1:10:53 PM Upgrader
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** {{C|razyAwesome}}urly is easily one of the most popular characters with the fandom.
** Arnold's parents: [[ActionDad Miles]] and [[ActionMom Stella]] themselves are pretty popular with the fanbase. (Which is impressive, considering that they've never appeared on-screen outside of flashbacks and photos, though as both [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9dQUkgsvAjA this clip]] and the title indicates, we'll finally, ''finally'' see more of them in Jungle Movie in 2017.)
** Many minor and/or one-shot characters such as Chocolate Boy, Harvey the Mailman, Peapod Kid, Patricia "Big Patty" Smith, Sheena's Uncle Earl, Stoop Kid, Monkeyman, Mr. Smith, Pigeon Man, Coach Wittenberg and Bridget from the movie are pretty popular with fans as well.
** Some of Arnold's classmates such as [[ButtMonkey Eugene]], [[SpoiledSweet Lorenzo]], [[FriendToBugs Nadine]], [[StalkerWithACrush Brainy]], and [[FragileFlower Sheena]] are fairly popular with the fans as well.

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** {{C|razyAwesome}}urly is easily one of the most popular characters with the fandom.
** Arnold's parents: parents, [[ActionDad Miles]] and [[ActionMom Stella]] themselves Stella]], are pretty much more popular with the fanbase. (Which is impressive, than you'd think, considering that they've never they only appeared on-screen outside of flashbacks and photos, though as both [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9dQUkgsvAjA this clip]] and in ''two'' episodes for the title indicates, we'll finally, ''finally'' see more of them in Jungle Movie in 2017.)
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** Many minor and/or one-shot characters such as Chocolate Boy, Harvey the Mailman, Peapod Kid, Patricia "Big Patty" Smith, Sheena's Uncle Earl, {{One Shot Character}}s Stoop Kid, Monkeyman, Mr. Smith, Kid and Pigeon Man, Coach Wittenberg and Bridget from the movie are pretty popular with fans as well.
Man get mentioned very often, for having only one episode each.
** Some of Arnold's classmates the other kids such as [[ButtMonkey Eugene]], {{C|razyAwesome}}urly, [[SpoiledSweet Lorenzo]], [[FriendToBugs Nadine]], [[StalkerWithACrush Brainy]], and [[FragileFlower Sheena]] Sheena]], and [[HugeSchoolgirl Patty]] are fairly popular with the fans as well.



** Susie never really played much of a role in the series other than as a SatelliteLoveInterest to Oskar.

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** Susie Suzie never really played much of a role in the series other than as a SatelliteLoveInterest to Oskar.Oskar.
** We never found out who was Fuzzy Slippers, Gerald's mysterious informant.
23rd Jul '16 9:35:02 PM Upgrader
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* CriticalResearchFailure: A few on ''Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet'' in "School Play":
** Everyone (including Mr. Simmons) acts as though the LastKiss is the ''only'' part that matters and there's a lot of tension about it. Romeo and Juliet actually kissed ''multiple'' times in the play[[note]]and had sex, but, like most school productions of controversial plays, that was most likely omitted to keep things family-friendly[[/note]]. Additionally, in an attempt to persuade the potential Romeo actors, Simmons claims that said last kiss is "just one small scene". If by "small" he means "pivotal and plot-relevant" then he's right.
** Most glaringly, Lila claims that the moral of the play is "true love conquers all". If anything, it was ''the opposite''; Shakespeare made a point that Romeo and Juliet were simply two infatuated teenagers whose love affair and suicides ruined both their families.

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* CriticalResearchFailure: CriticalResearchFailure:
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A few on ''Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet'' in "School Play":
** *** Everyone (including Mr. Simmons) acts as though the LastKiss is the ''only'' part that matters and there's a lot of tension about it. Romeo and Juliet actually kissed ''multiple'' times in the play[[note]]and had sex, but, like most school productions of controversial plays, that was most likely omitted to keep things family-friendly[[/note]]. Additionally, in an attempt to persuade the potential Romeo actors, Simmons claims that said last kiss is "just one small scene". If by "small" he means "pivotal and plot-relevant" then he's right.
** *** Most glaringly, Lila claims that the moral of the play is "true love conquers all". If anything, it was ''the opposite''; Shakespeare made a point that Romeo and Juliet were simply two infatuated teenagers whose love affair and suicides ruined both their families.families.
** In "Ghost Bride", when Gerald begins telling the legend, he says: "It all started 80 years ago, back in the Middle Age". Gerald clearly needs to do some fact-checking, since the Middle Age ''ended almost 500 years ago''.
16th Jul '16 3:12:06 AM Anddrix
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* BaseBreaker:

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* BaseBreaker:BaseBreakingCharacter:
3rd Jul '16 7:34:45 PM WarriorSparrow
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** Arnold's parents: [[ActionDad Miles]] and [[ActionMom Stella]] themselves are pretty popular with the fanbase. (Which is impressive, considering that they've never appeared on-screen outside of flashbacks and photos.)

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** Arnold's parents: [[ActionDad Miles]] and [[ActionMom Stella]] themselves are pretty popular with the fanbase. (Which is impressive, considering that they've never appeared on-screen outside of flashbacks and photos.photos, though as both [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9dQUkgsvAjA this clip]] and the title indicates, we'll finally, ''finally'' see more of them in Jungle Movie in 2017.)
16th Jun '16 11:09:54 AM kquinn0830
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* TheWoobie: Arnold is definitely this in "Parents Day" and "The Journal".
14th Jun '16 1:22:16 PM maxwellsilver
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* HilariousInHindsight: In "Eating Contest," Grandpa declares [[OhMyGods "By Odin's beard!"]] in bewilderment after seeing Seymour aka [[RedBaron the Disposal]], Arnold's chief competition in the titular contest, [[BigEater in action]]. Granted, this was a common utterance of [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor's]] long before the episode aired, but it didn't experience [[MemeticMutation a memetic resurgence]] until ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3'' came along.
** "Olga Gets Engaged" revolves around Olga falling in love with and getting engaged to a guy Helga disapproves of [[spoiler: and who happens to be a {{Jerkass}}]]. Disney/{{Frozen}} would do the exact same thing years later, only with the seniority of the sister reversed.

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* HilariousInHindsight: HilariousInHindsight:
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In "Eating Contest," Grandpa declares [[OhMyGods "By Odin's beard!"]] beard!" in bewilderment after seeing Seymour aka [[RedBaron the Disposal]], Disposal, Arnold's chief competition in the titular contest, [[BigEater in action]]. action. Granted, this was a common utterance of [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor's]] ComicBook/TheMightyThor's long before the episode aired, but it didn't experience [[MemeticMutation a memetic resurgence]] resurgence until ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3'' came along.
** "Olga Gets Engaged" revolves around Olga falling in love with and getting engaged to a guy Helga disapproves of [[spoiler: and who happens to be a {{Jerkass}}]]. Disney/{{Frozen}} ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' would do the exact same thing years later, only with the seniority of the sister reversed.



** Oh, [[WellDoneSonGuy Helga...]]
** Jolly Olly Man, the ice cream vendor though some had a hard time understanding his frustration caused by only a boring job, and his problems keeping it which may have something to do with his jerkassery which delves into NightmareFuel. It's not good for the business if you act like a raging psychopath even with your customers. And he had [[NoSocialSkills no idea]] what's wrong with his behavior. Arnold had to teach him the basics of common courtesy. And there's also the fact he has a horrible father who constantly gives him crap for their business. Even the episode ends with the two not resorting their problems.
** Harold has his moments too in some episodes such as "Weighing Harold", where his [[KidsAreCruel ridiculed]] [[WithFriendsLikeThese by his own friends of all people for being overweight]].

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** Oh, [[WellDoneSonGuy Helga...]]
Helga...
** Jolly Olly Man, the ice cream vendor though some had a hard time understanding his frustration caused by only a boring job, and his problems keeping it which may have something to do with his jerkassery which delves into NightmareFuel. It's not good for the business if you act like a raging psychopath even with your customers. And he had [[NoSocialSkills no idea]] idea what's wrong with his behavior. Arnold had to teach him the basics of common courtesy. And there's also the fact he has a horrible father who constantly gives him crap for their business. Even the episode ends with the two not resorting their problems.
** Harold has his moments too in some episodes such as "Weighing Harold", where his [[KidsAreCruel ridiculed]] ridiculed [[WithFriendsLikeThese by his own friends of all people for being overweight]].



* MemeticMutation: "STOOP KID'S AFRAID TO LEAVE HIS STOOP! STOOP KID'S AFRAID TO LEAVE HIS STOOP! STOOP KID'S AFRAID TO LEAVE HIS STOOP!"

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* MemeticMutation: MemeticMutation:
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"STOOP KID'S AFRAID TO LEAVE HIS STOOP! STOOP KID'S AFRAID TO LEAVE HIS STOOP! STOOP KID'S AFRAID TO LEAVE HIS STOOP!"



* {{Wangst}}: Olga is a ''master'' of this. In "Olga Comes Home", she spends ''days'' sobbing about it in her room, with dramatic music in the background and a serious case of YourMakeupIsRunning. Even Big Bob starts to get tired of her histrionics- she only snaps out of it when Helga admits she changed her grades out of spite.
** Invoked in "Rhonda Goes Broke" when she spends most of her time crying when she has to live in the boarding house after her family lose all their money. Arnold eventually talks some sense into her and Rhonda gets a [[HesBack she's back]] moment.

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* {{Wangst}}: {{Wangst}}:
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Olga is a ''master'' of this. In "Olga Comes Home", she spends ''days'' sobbing about it in her room, with dramatic music in the background and a serious case of YourMakeupIsRunning. Even Big Bob starts to get tired of her histrionics- she only snaps out of it when Helga admits she changed her grades out of spite.
** Invoked in "Rhonda Goes Broke" when she spends most of her time crying when she has to live in the boarding house after her family lose all their money. Arnold eventually talks some sense into her and Rhonda gets a [[HesBack she's back]] She's Back]] moment.
13th Jun '16 6:08:24 PM maxwellsilver
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** Arnold's parents could be seen as MightyWhitey. Their friend Eduardo does not specify why they are the only ones who can save the village's children. Double points because they consider their mission a great reason for [[DaddyHadAGoodReasonForAbandoningYou leaving Arnold with his grandparents]].

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** Arnold's parents could be seen as MightyWhitey. Their friend Eduardo does not specify why they are the only ones who can save the village's children. Double points because they consider their mission a great reason for [[DaddyHadAGoodReasonForAbandoningYou leaving Arnold with his grandparents]].grandparents.



** Harold. You've got one half of the fanbase that will find him [[BrattyHalfPint annoying]] and [[{{Jerkass}} obnoxious]]. The other half will see him as the hilarious loveable loser.

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** Harold. You've got one half of the fanbase that will find him [[BrattyHalfPint annoying]] annoying and [[{{Jerkass}} obnoxious]].obnoxious. The other half will see him as the hilarious loveable loser.



* BrokenBase: The Movie. Many fans genuinely like it and think it's criminally underrated or only considered bad because of ExecutiveMeddling. But many either find it [[SoOkayItsAverage okay, but nothing spectacular]] or think it sucks/could have been better. Aside from the obvious complaint of [[ItsTheSameNowItSucks being a TV movie]] [[ExecutiveMeddling put on the big screen]], some claim that the more action-oriented nature of the movie [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks clashed with the down-to-earth tone of the show]]. (The James Bond-like teaser trailer [[TaintedByThePreview didn't help matters either]].) Another common complaint is the [[OutOfFocus lack of focus on secondary characters]].

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* BrokenBase: The Movie. Many fans genuinely like it and think it's criminally underrated or only considered bad because of ExecutiveMeddling. But many either find it [[SoOkayItsAverage okay, but nothing spectacular]] spectacular or think it sucks/could have been better. Aside from the obvious complaint of [[ItsTheSameNowItSucks being a TV movie]] [[ExecutiveMeddling movie put on the big screen]], screen, some claim that the more action-oriented nature of the movie [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks clashed with the down-to-earth tone of the show]]. show. (The James Bond-like teaser trailer [[TaintedByThePreview didn't help matters either]].either.) Another common complaint is the [[OutOfFocus lack of focus on secondary characters]].characters.



** Most glaringly, Lila claims that the moral of the play is [[ThePowerOfLove "true love conquers all"]]. If anything, it was ''the opposite''; Shakespeare made a point that Romeo and Juliet were simply two infatuated teenagers whose love affair and suicides ruined both their families.

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** Most glaringly, Lila claims that the moral of the play is [[ThePowerOfLove "true love conquers all"]].all". If anything, it was ''the opposite''; Shakespeare made a point that Romeo and Juliet were simply two infatuated teenagers whose love affair and suicides ruined both their families.



** Lila gets this a lot from Arnold/Helga shippers. It's pretty unwarranted though, since she has no feelings for Arnold and considers Helga's feelings for him [[ShipperOnDeck "ever so sweet"]].

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** Lila gets this a lot from Arnold/Helga shippers. It's pretty unwarranted though, since she has no feelings for Arnold and considers Helga's feelings for him [[ShipperOnDeck "ever so sweet"]].sweet".
29th May '16 8:51:11 PM Angeldeb82
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** Arnold's parents could be seen as MightyWhitey. Their friend Eduardo does not specify why they are the only ones who can save the village's children. Double points because they consider their mission a great reason for [[DaddyHadAGoodReasonForAbandoningYou leaving Arnold with his grandparents.]]

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** Arnold's parents could be seen as MightyWhitey. Their friend Eduardo does not specify why they are the only ones who can save the village's children. Double points because they consider their mission a great reason for [[DaddyHadAGoodReasonForAbandoningYou leaving Arnold with his grandparents.]]grandparents]].



** Before its release, Nickelodeon [[InvokedTrope invoked]] this trope. The network ran an ad series for the movie that had kids acting out scenes, and then reacting to them. One ad was the "controversial" scene in which Helga confesses her love to Arnold, and all the kids said that she'd never admit it to him.

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** Before its release, Nickelodeon [[InvokedTrope invoked]] {{invoked|Trope}} this trope. The network ran an ad series for the movie that had kids acting out scenes, and then reacting to them. One ad was the "controversial" scene in which Helga confesses her love to Arnold, and all the kids said that she'd never admit it to him.



** Some notable examples: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SOjaD4v2q7M the credits theme]] and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SeSI4BulNyU Look Up]].
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FOlJixJAhPM "I hate the snow, I hate the snow..."]]

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** Some notable examples: [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SOjaD4v2q7M the credits theme]] and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SeSI4BulNyU Look Up]].
** [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FOlJixJAhPM "I hate the snow, I hate the snow..."]]



** [[CrazyAwesome Curly]] is easily one of the most popular characters with the fandom.

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** [[CrazyAwesome Curly]] {{C|razyAwesome}}urly is easily one of the most popular characters with the fandom.



** Some of Arnold's classmates such as [[ButtMonkey Eugene]], [[SpoiledSweet Lorenzo]], [[FriendtoBugs Nadine]], [[StalkerWithACrush Brainy]], and [[FragileFlower Sheena]] are fairly popular with the fans as well.

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** Some of Arnold's classmates such as [[ButtMonkey Eugene]], [[SpoiledSweet Lorenzo]], [[FriendtoBugs [[FriendToBugs Nadine]], [[StalkerWithACrush Brainy]], and [[FragileFlower Sheena]] are fairly popular with the fans as well.



* FanonDiscontinuity: The four episodes that most fans can't stand are "[[KarmaHoudini Girl Trouble]]", "[[MaliciousSlander Bag of Money]]", "[[TheBadGuyWins New Bully on the Block]]", and "[[HumiliationConga Arnold Betrays Iggy]]", the last of which is almost unanimously considered to be the worst episode of the series, so much so that there was a long-standing rumor that Craig Bartlett hated "Arnold Betrays Iggy" so much that he had it banned from reruns (when really, Bartlett just demoted Iggy to an extra and never gave him another DayInTheLimelight episode again).

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* FanonDiscontinuity: The four episodes that most fans can't stand are "[[KarmaHoudini Girl Trouble]]", "[[MaliciousSlander Bag of Money]]", "[[TheBadGuyWins New Bully on the Block]]", and "[[HumiliationConga Arnold Betrays Iggy]]", the last of which is almost unanimously considered to be the worst episode of the series, so much so that there was a long-standing rumor that Craig Bartlett hated "Arnold Betrays Iggy" so much that he had it banned from reruns (when really, Bartlett just demoted Iggy to an extra and never gave him another DayInTheLimelight [[ADayInTheLimelight Day in the Limelight]] episode again).



** To an extent, the latter half of the series is an improvement over the first half, due to [[AnimationBump further improvements on the animation]], and delving into some [[DarkerAndEdgier darker]] and more emotional stories, with episodes like ''Helga on the Couch'', ''Parents Day'', and ''Arnold's Thanksgiving''.

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** To an extent, the latter half of the series is an improvement over the first half, due to [[AnimationBump further improvements on the animation]], and delving into some [[DarkerAndEdgier darker]] {{darker|AndEdgier}} and more emotional stories, with episodes like ''Helga on the Couch'', ''Parents Day'', and ''Arnold's Thanksgiving''.



** It was once implied that Helga's dysfunctional home life was the end result of her sister Olga moving out (as her parents favored Olga over Helga), leading her dad to push Helga to be more like her older sister while Miriam became a covert alcoholic (or "smoothie" drinker) just to cope with dealing with a JerkAss like Bob and a bratty daughter like Helga. The episode "Helga on the Couch" revealed that Helga's been neglected by her parents since she was preschool-aged and that her secret crush on Arnold was the first time anyone has given her any sort of affection in her life.

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** It was once implied that Helga's dysfunctional home life was the end result of her sister Olga moving out (as her parents favored Olga over Helga), leading her dad to push Helga to be more like her older sister while Miriam became a covert alcoholic (or "smoothie" drinker) just to cope with dealing with a JerkAss {{Jerkass}} like Bob and a bratty daughter like Helga. The episode "Helga on the Couch" revealed that Helga's been neglected by her parents since she was preschool-aged and that her secret crush on Arnold was the first time anyone has given her any sort of affection in her life.



** "Olga Gets Engaged" revolves around Olga falling in love with and getting engaged to a guy Helga disapproves of [[spoiler: and who happens to be a JerkAss]]. Disney/{{Frozen}} would do the exact same thing years later, only with the seniority of the sister reversed.

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** "Olga Gets Engaged" revolves around Olga falling in love with and getting engaged to a guy Helga disapproves of [[spoiler: and who happens to be a JerkAss]].{{Jerkass}}]]. Disney/{{Frozen}} would do the exact same thing years later, only with the seniority of the sister reversed.



** Harold has his moments too in some episodes such as "Weighing Harold", where his [[KidsAreCruel ridiculed]] [[WithFriendsLikeThese by his own friends of all people for being overweight.]]

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** Harold has his moments too in some episodes such as "Weighing Harold", where his [[KidsAreCruel ridiculed]] [[WithFriendsLikeThese by his own friends of all people for being overweight.]]overweight]].



** Iggy crosses the line when he forces Arnold to wear his bunny pajamas in public as a way of forgiveness during the climax of his DayInTheLimelight. The episode itself ends on the note that Iggy has gone beyond Arnold's forgiveness.

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** Iggy crosses the line when he forces Arnold to wear his bunny pajamas in public as a way of forgiveness during the climax of his DayInTheLimelight.[[ADayInTheLimelight Day in the Limelight]]. The episode itself ends on the note that Iggy has gone beyond Arnold's forgiveness.



*** Spencer Klein, unlike both Toran and Philip Van Dyke, appeared ''only'' as Arnold (he was replaced very late into the show's run, so Craig Bartlett didn't have time to recast him as somebody else, as he had done for the other two), and made the most appearances as the Football Head[[note]]He's Arnold for 37 of the show's 100 episodes plus TheMovie, as opposed to 34 for Van Dyke, 26 for Toran, and 3 for Alex Linz, the actor who replaced Spencer at the end[[/note]]. Each of the three voice actors portrayed Arnold slightly differently, but Klein's overtly romantic, serious, sensitive, and [[{{Flanderization}} somewhat exaggerated]] goody-goody take on the character is how he is usually portrayed in [[{{Fanon}} fanon]].

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*** Spencer Klein, unlike both Toran and Philip Van Dyke, appeared ''only'' as Arnold (he was replaced very late into the show's run, so Craig Bartlett didn't have time to recast him as somebody else, as he had done for the other two), and made the most appearances as the Football Head[[note]]He's Arnold for 37 of the show's 100 episodes plus TheMovie, as opposed to 34 for Van Dyke, 26 for Toran, and 3 for Alex Linz, the actor who replaced Spencer at the end[[/note]]. Each of the three voice actors portrayed Arnold slightly differently, but Klein's overtly romantic, serious, sensitive, and [[{{Flanderization}} somewhat exaggerated]] goody-goody take on the character is how he is usually portrayed in [[{{Fanon}} fanon]].{{fanon}}.



** Iggy. In most episodes, he's simply a background character, with only one or two notable lines at most. "Arnold Betrays Iggy", his ADayInTheLimelight, will forever have him be known for all of the (well-deserved) negative tropes on this page.

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** Iggy. In most episodes, he's simply a background character, with only one or two notable lines at most. "Arnold Betrays Iggy", his ADayInTheLimelight, [[ADayInTheLimelight Day in the Limelight]], will forever have him be known for all of the (well-deserved) negative tropes on this page.



* PopularityPolynomial: Sort of. The show was quite popular when it was airing, and managed to mantain a fanbase years after it ended; but in 2009, [[SendingStuffToSaveTheShow a fan effort]] to save the never-produced Jungle Movie was started, and the launch of Series/The90sAreAllThat in 2011 further increased the interest in the series. By 2012, talk on social networks about the series had dramatically increased.

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* PopularityPolynomial: Sort of. The show was quite popular when it was airing, and managed to mantain maintain a fanbase years after it ended; but in 2009, [[SendingStuffToSaveTheShow a fan effort]] to save the never-produced Jungle Movie was started, and the launch of Series/The90sAreAllThat in 2011 further increased the interest in the series. By 2012, talk on social networks about the series had dramatically increased.



** While Lila is portrayed in the series as a nice girl, many fanfics tend to demonize her, portraying her as a cruel, ManipulativeBitch (or in T-rated fics, as a slut).

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** While Lila is portrayed in the series as a nice girl, many fanfics tend to demonize her, portraying her as a cruel, ManipulativeBitch {{Manipulative B|astard}}itch (or in T-rated fics, as a slut).



** Lila toward the end of the series. While she's not universally hated by any means, you'd be hard-pressed to find people that are honestly ''fans'' at this time. Her being an irritating [[ParodySue parody]] PuritySue didn't stop her from having a fanbase in Seasons 2 and 3, (hell, she was actually TheWoobie when she first debuted!) It was mainly due to the RomanticPlotTumor love triangle of Seasons 4 and 5 (and accompanying DieForOurShip sentiments) that pushed her into Scrappydom.

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** Lila toward the end of the series. While she's not universally hated by any means, you'd be hard-pressed to find people that are honestly ''fans'' at this time. Her being an irritating [[ParodySue parody]] PuritySue {{parody|Sue}} Purity Sue didn't stop her from having a fanbase in Seasons 2 and 3, (hell, she was actually TheWoobie when she first debuted!) It was mainly due to the RomanticPlotTumor love triangle of Seasons 4 and 5 (and accompanying DieForOurShip sentiments) that pushed her into Scrappydom.



** Sid. He is a PoisonousFriend who betrays everyone at the drop of a hat, makes fun of Harold and Patty like a JerkAss, and ''everyone'' forgets he pulls the same crap over, and over, and over again. Whenever Sid gets a DayInTheLimelight, it highlights how [[CloudCuckoolander weird and off-kilter]] he is, and not in a likeable way either. "Bag of Money" is the most notable example of why Sid is often disliked.

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** Sid. He is a PoisonousFriend who betrays everyone at the drop of a hat, makes fun of Harold and Patty like a JerkAss, {{Jerkass}}, and ''everyone'' forgets he pulls the same crap over, and over, and over again. Whenever Sid gets a DayInTheLimelight, ADayInTheLimelight, it highlights how [[CloudCuckoolander [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} weird and off-kilter]] he is, and not in a likeable likable way either. "Bag of Money" is the most notable example of why Sid is often disliked.



** Oskar Kokoshka for being outright lazy and being overall terrible and sexist towards his wife Suzie. And whenever he has a problem, he uses Arnold to do all the things for him. It went to the point when even [[AllLovingHero Arnold]] called him a loser. These antics also seem to make him an InUniverse Scrappy also.

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** Oskar Kokoshka for being outright lazy and being overall terrible and sexist towards his wife Suzie. And whenever he has a problem, he uses Arnold to do all the things for him. It went to the point when even [[AllLovingHero Arnold]] {{A|llLovingHero}}rnold called him a loser. These antics also seem to make him an InUniverse Scrappy also.



* ToyShip: ''Every shipping in the series.'' The most popular ones are [[BelligerentSexualTension Arnold/Helga]] and [[BetaCouple Gerald/Phoebe.]] Although they're canonically children in the show, fanfiction writers usually crank up their ages to make the story more appropriate.

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* ToyShip: ''Every shipping in the series.'' The most popular ones are [[BelligerentSexualTension Arnold/Helga]] and [[BetaCouple Gerald/Phoebe.]] Gerald/Phoebe]]. Although they're canonically children in the show, fanfiction writers usually crank up their ages to make the story more appropriate.
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