History YMMV / HeyArnold

22nd Nov '17 1:58:54 PM PStriderFan
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** Big Bob could also count as one. Some people ''really'' don't respond well to his poor parenting and {{Jerkass}} demeanor. Plus there's the fact that he is the antagonist to Arnold and company in several episodes, most notably "Parents Day".

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%% ** Big Bob could also count as one. Some people ''really'' don't respond well to his poor parenting and {{Jerkass}} demeanor. Plus there's the fact that he is the antagonist to Arnold and company in several episodes, most notably "Parents Day".
19th Nov '17 4:39:12 AM elenaisabel722
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** Hillwood is ''not'' in NYC. The town has elements of NYC but it's in Washington state.

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** Hillwood is ''not'' in NYC.New York City. The town has elements of NYC but it's in Washington state.
15th Nov '17 7:42:36 AM kquinn0830
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** Some of the other kids such as Curly, Lorenzo, Nadine, Sheena, and Patty are fairly popular with the fans as well.

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** Some of the other other, less focused on kids such as Curly, Lorenzo, Nadine, Sheena, and Patty are fairly popular with the fans as well.
11th Nov '17 12:38:15 AM AgentSkyblueM7
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** As much as Iggy [[NeverLiveItDown deserved what he got by the end of his episode]], the fact that [[HeelFaceDoorSlam he still realized his mistake and will have to live with it]] [[DarknessInducedAudienceApathy can make it hard to fully enjoy what he's been brought down to]], [[FridgeHorror or at worst]], [[HereWeGoAgain have Arnold come off as being]] [[HeWhoFightsMonsters almost as bad as him]].
5th Nov '17 6:28:22 AM thecarolinabull01
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* UncannyValley:
** Helga's makeover in, well, "Helga's Makeover." Fortunately, she did pull off better looks later on.
** Arnie is practically the embodiment of this. Paleness, blank eyes, CreepyMonotone voice and odd quirks.

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* UncannyValley:
** Helga's makeover in, well, "Helga's Makeover." Fortunately, she did pull off better looks later on.
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UncannyValley: Arnie is practically the embodiment of this. Paleness, blank eyes, CreepyMonotone voice voice, more realistic facial features than Arnold and odd quirks.
5th Nov '17 4:24:51 AM CaptainTedium
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* RescuedFromScrappyHeap: Big Bob gets a few awesome moments at the end half of the movie. First is when he joins Grandpa (who he sometimes had a rivalry with in the show) and the other borders in their attempts to save the neighborhood, and second when he beats up Nick Vermincelli.

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* RescuedFromScrappyHeap: RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap: Big Bob gets a few awesome moments at the end half of the movie. First is when he joins Grandpa (who he sometimes had a rivalry with in the show) and the other borders in their attempts to save the neighborhood, and second when he beats up Nick Vermincelli.
2nd Nov '17 4:30:20 AM thecarolinabull01
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** For some, Arnold's CharacterDevelopment. Some think it's him showing his maturity and becoming wise beyond his years - while others think he started becoming quite boring since in the later seasons he was ''never'' wrong and essentially became the city's adviser. It doesn't help that Spencer Klein's voicework is constantly monotonous and Arnold's facial expressions tend to be limited to looking moody and deadpan.

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** For some, Arnold's CharacterDevelopment. Some think it's him showing his maturity and becoming wise beyond his years - while others think he started becoming quite boring since in the later seasons he was ''never'' wrong and essentially became the city's adviser. It doesn't help that Spencer Klein's voicework is constantly often monotonous and Arnold's facial expressions tend to be limited to looking moody and deadpan.



* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: In the episode "Full Moon", Arnold sees Stinky, Sid, and Harold moon the principal, and ends up getting a month dentention because he doesn't want to be 'a rat' for telling.

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* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: In the episode "Full Moon", Arnold sees Stinky, Sid, and Harold moon the principal, and ends up getting a month dentention detention because he doesn't want to be 'a rat' for telling.



* WTHCastingAgency: Alex D. Linz, Arnold's last voice actor during the series, isn't well liked by the fanbase for two reasons. One, while Arnold had many actors during the series, Toran Caudell, Philip Van Dyke, and Spencer Klein all had similar sounding voices while Linz's was noticeably higher than the others, making Arnold sound too young. Two, [[ReplacementScrappy he replaced Spencer Klein]], who, as noted above, [[ToughActToFollow is considered by many fans to be ''the'' Arnold]]. Fortunately for them, Linz only voices Arnold in the last three episodes and when they recast the role for ''The Jungle Movie'', the crew selected Mason Vale Cotton, whose voice is much more similar sounding to the first three actors.

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* WTHCastingAgency: Alex D. Linz, Arnold's last voice actor during the series, isn't well liked by the fanbase for two reasons. One, while Arnold had many actors during the series, Toran Caudell, Philip Van Dyke, Dyke [[note]]Though he too started out a bit high before his voice eventually deepened to a pitch similar to Caudell's voice[[/note]], and Spencer Klein all had similar sounding voices while Linz's was noticeably higher higher-pitched than the others, making Arnold sound too young. Two, [[ReplacementScrappy he replaced Spencer Klein]], who, as noted above, [[ToughActToFollow is considered by many fans to be ''the'' Arnold]]. Fortunately for them, Linz only voices Arnold in the last three episodes and when they recast the role for ''The Jungle Movie'', the crew selected Mason Vale Cotton, whose voice is much more similar sounding to the first three actors.
31st Oct '17 5:10:47 PM ThorfinnRowle
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* RescuedFromScrappyHeap: Big Bob gets a few awesome moments at the end half of the movie. First is when he joins Grandpa (who he sometimes had a rivalry with in the show) and the other borders in their attempts to save the neighborhood, and second when he beats up Nick Vermincelli.
30th Oct '17 10:32:17 PM arnoldmcguire335
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* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: The show actually has a Latin American following, with many fans of the show from that part of the world. You'll be likely to see comments, fanart, and more from these fans in the region, but luckily they're about the same amount as their US counterparts. Also it is one of the fondly remembered Nicktoon in Vietnam, mostly due to Mr. Hyunh.



*** Lane Toran (then known and credited as Toran Caudell) was the first Arnold on the show proper[[note]]J.D. Daniels voiced him in the pilot, which was only shown in theaters[[/note]] and only lasted one season in the part (though he subbed in for Philip Van Dyke in the season 2 MusicalEpisode "What's Opera, Arnold?" because Van Dyke wasn't a confident singer). Even after his voice broke, he remained with the show for its entirety as the bully Wolfgang, a role created specifically for him. Due to FirstInstallmentWins, he's often remembered as "the" Arnold by the media - in 2015, a widely-reported story (with pictures!) noted how "the voice of Arnold" was all grown up. Toran is also frequently invited to fan conventions and panels reminiscing about his time on the show, alongside Francesca Marie Smith; he even appeared on the official ''Hey Arnold!'' panel at the 2017 SDCC alongside the current Arnold (Mason Vale Cotton), the only past Arnold to do so. He is also returning to provide voice work for ''The Jungle Movie''[[note]]albeit, in an unspecified role since he's too old to play Arnold, though it's possible that he might be able to reprise his role as Wolfgang[[/note]] and is, once again, the ''only'' past Arnold confirmed to make an appearance even though both Van Dyke and Spencer Klein played the role for longer.
*** Spencer Klein, unlike both Toran and 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 the first movie, as opposed to 34 for Van Dyke, 26 for Toran, 3 for Alex D. Linz and the second movie for Mason Vale Cotton.[[/note]]. Each of the four voice actors portrayed Arnold slightly differently, but Klein's overtly romantic, serious, sensitive, and somewhat exaggerated goody-goody take on the character is how he is usually depicted in {{fanfiction}}.

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*** Lane Toran (then known and credited as Toran Caudell) was the first Arnold on the show proper[[note]]J.D. Daniels voiced him in the pilot, which was only shown in theaters[[/note]] and only lasted one season in the part (though he subbed in for Philip Van Dyke in the season 2 MusicalEpisode "What's Opera, Arnold?" because Van Dyke wasn't a confident singer). Even after his voice broke, he remained with the show for its entirety as the bully Wolfgang, a role created specifically for him. Due to FirstInstallmentWins, he's often remembered as "the" Arnold by the media - in 2015, a widely-reported story (with pictures!) noted how "the voice of Arnold" was all grown up. Toran is also frequently invited to fan conventions and panels reminiscing about his time on the show, alongside Francesca Marie Smith; he even appeared on the official ''Hey Arnold!'' panel at the 2017 SDCC alongside the current Arnold (Mason Vale Cotton), the only past Arnold to do so. He is also returning to provide voice work for ''The Jungle Movie''[[note]]albeit, in an unspecified role since he's too old to play Arnold, Movie''[[note]]as a new character, Che, who is part of Eduardo's men and a 2nd love interest for Olga, though it's possible that he might be able to reprise his role as Wolfgang[[/note]] and is, once again, the ''only'' past Arnold confirmed to make an appearance even though both Van Dyke and Spencer Klein played the role for longer.
*** Spencer Klein, unlike both Toran and 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 the first movie, as opposed to 34 for Van Dyke, 26 for Toran, 3 for Alex D. Linz and the second movie for Mason Vale Cotton.[[/note]].Cotton[[/note]]. Each of the four voice actors portrayed Arnold slightly differently, but Klein's overtly romantic, serious, sensitive, and somewhat exaggerated goody-goody take on the character is how he is usually depicted in {{fanfiction}}.
30th Oct '17 2:45:44 AM Silverblade2
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* MoralEventHorizon:
** When Scheck attempts to stop Arnold, Helga, and Gerald's bus in TheMovie by blowing up the overpass. Even Nick Vermicelli is reluctant to do this.
** 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 [[ADayInTheLimelight Day in the Limelight]]. The episode itself ends on the note that Iggy has gone beyond Arnold's forgiveness.

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* MoralEventHorizon:
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MoralEventHorizon: When Scheck attempts to stop Arnold, Helga, and Gerald's bus in TheMovie by blowing up the overpass. Even Nick Vermicelli is reluctant to do this.
** 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 [[ADayInTheLimelight Day in the Limelight]]. The episode itself ends on the note that Iggy has gone beyond Arnold's forgiveness.
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