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This is a list of episodes from the series Hey Arnold!, which ran from October 1996 to June 2004 with 100 episodes and two movies overall. The episodes are sorted by order of production date, not the order Nickelodeon aired them in.

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    Season One 
  1. "Downtown as Fruits" / "Eugene's Bike" (October 7, 1996): Arnold and his best friend Gerald ditch the school play (directed by Helga Pataki, a female bully who's secretly in love with Arnold) and go to the bad side of the city in their fruit costumes, where the duo are given a sackful of money by a seedy man who thinks they're criminals waiting for their cut; Arnold cheers up Eugene, a nerd with a nasty streak of bad luck after his bike gets wrecked in a freak accident.
  2. "The Little Pink Book" / "Field Trip" (October 9, 1996): Helga loses her journal, which is filled with love poems about Arnold; after a field trip to the aquarium, Arnold and his demented grandmother break in to free a sea turtle who's been in captivity for a long time.
  3. "Arnold's Hat" / "Stoop Kid" (October 14, 1996): Arnold loses his baseball cap; Arnold helps an abandoned teenager (voiced by Danny Cookseynote ) venture away from the stoop he calls home.
  4. "Helga's Makeover" / "The Old Building" (October 16, 1996): When Rhonda doesn't invite Helga to her party because she isn't girly enough, Helga decides to prove her wrong; Arnold is torn between helping Ernie destroy an old theater and helping his grandma save it.
  5. "6th Grade Girls" / "The Baseball" (October 21, 1996): Arnold and Gerald become the dates to two sixth grade girls who want to make their boyfriends jealous; Arnold's baseball idol Mickey Kaline is about to retire so he and Gerald go to his final game.
  6. "Heat" / "Snow" (October 23, 1996): The kids go insane during a heat wave; Arnold tries to enjoy a snow day, but his grandfather wants him to do chores.
  7. "Operation Ruthless" / "The Vacant Lot" (October 14, 1996): Arnold tries to get close to a sixth grade girl named Ruth MacDougal at a carnival, and Helga tries to break up Arnold and Ruth; Arnold and his friends clean up a dirty lot to play baseball on, but when the adults find the lot, they take it over and use it for themselves.
  8. "The List" / "Haunted Train" (October 9, 1996): Arnold has a list of things to do to have a perfect Saturday, but everything goes wrong; Grandpa Phil tells Arnold and his friends the tale of "The Haunted Train". Curiosity gets the best of Arnold, Gerald and Helga, so the three go to the abandoned railroad station to look for it.
  9. "Mugged" / "Roughin' It" (November 11, 1996): Arnold takes karate lessons after a petty thug robs him on the bus; Arnold, Gerald, Grandpa Phil, Helga, and Big Bob go camping.
  10. "Door #16" / "Arnold as Cupid" (November 13, 1996): Arnold is entrusted with a package for a mysterious boarder; Arnold tries to mend ties between Oskar, a freeloading, Eastern European boarder, and his wife, Suzie.
  11. "Das Subway" / "Wheezin' Ed" (November 18, 1996): Arnold, Gerald, Phoebe, Harold, and Helga get stuck on a subway car with an old blind man and his Seeing-Eye dog, a claustrophobic and her therapist, and a homeless man who thinks the subway car is his house; the kids venture into a cave said to be haunted by a wheezing gangster.
  12. "Benchwarmer" / "Cool Jerk" (October 21, 1996): Arnold begs his coach to let him in the game; Arnold befriends a cool, older kid who wants to use him for a robbery.
  13. "Tutoring Torvald" / "Gerald Comes Over" (October 28, 1996): Arnold tutors an underachieving teenager who's been held back in the fourth grade; Gerald visits Arnold's boarding house and meets the eccentric boarders.
  14. "Spelling Bee" / "Pigeon Man" (November 20, 1996): Arnold competes in a spelling bee to win money for a keyboard while Helga is forced to compete in a spelling bee by her father, who wants her to be like her older sister, Olga; Arnold meets a homeless man who lives on the roof of an old abandoned building and cares for pigeons.
  15. "Olga Comes Home" / "Sally's Comet" (November 25, 1996): Olga, Helga's perky, perfect, college-aged sister, comes home for college break and Helga turns her into an emotional wreck by planting a "B+" in her straight-A report card; Arnold and Gerald try to make everyone in the city turn off their lights so they can see Sally's Comet.
  16. "Abner Come Home" / "The Sewer King" (November 27, 1996): Abner, Arnold's pet pig runs away; Arnold loses his grandfather's pocket watch in the sewer, where it's kept as a treasure by a man who lives under the city.
  17. "False Alarm" / "World Records" (December 23, 1996): In this homage to 12 Angry Men, Eugene is accused of pulling the school fire alarm and, while everyone else thinks Eugene is guilty, Arnold thinks he was framed; Arnold rallies the town into helping him break a world record.
  18. "Magic Show" / "24 Hours to Live" (December 9, 1996): Arnold chooses Helga to be an assistant for a magic trick, but an accident sends Helga into an alternate universe where she's never born and everyone is better off without her; Arnold accidentally angers school bully Harold and is challenged to fight him.note 
  19. "Part-Time Friends" / "Biosquare" (November 30, 1998): Arnold and Gerald have to temporarily take over Mrs. Vitello's flower shop, but tensions soon run high between them; for a class project, Arnold and Helga spend 24 hours together in a greenhouse.
  20. "Arnold's Christmas" (December 11, 1996): It's Christmas in the city. While Helga goes searching for the perfect Christmas gift for her crush, Arnold helps his neighbor, Mr. Hyunh find the daughter he gave to a helicopter pilot during the Fall of Saigon.
  21. "Helga's Boyfriend" / "Crush on Teacher" (November 5, 1997): Helga hires Stinky to be her boyfriend to make Arnold jealous; Arnold develops a crush on his substitute teacher.
  22. "Hall Monitor" / "Harold's Bar Mitzvah" (November 10, 1997): Phoebe is assigned hall monitor and, under Helga's tutelage, becomes a jerk; Harold runs away after learning that his bar mitzvah is his rite of passage into manhood.
  23. "Coach Wittenberg" / "Four-Eyed Jack" (November 12, 1997): Arnold and his friends get Coach Wittenberg to be their new bowling coach; Gerald and Arnold find a pair of glasses said to have belonged to a former boarder who died.
  24. "Tour de Pond" / "Teacher's Strike" (November 24, 1997): Arnold competes in a toy boat race; the kids celebrate when school is called off due to a teacher's strike.
  25. "Arnold's Valentine" (February 12, 1997): Arnold sets up a date with his crush, Ruth MacDougal on the same night he's supposed to meet his French pen pal, Cecile — and learns that Ruth may not be the girl of his dreams. Meanwhile, Helga poses as Arnold's French pen pal so she can once again steal Arnold away from Ruth.
  26. "Runaway Float" / "Partners" (December 1, 1997): After creating an idea for a parade float, Arnold is confident of it showing up in a parade; Dino Spumoni moves into the Sunset Arms after firing his songwriter, who also moves there.

    Season Two 
  1. "The Big Scoop" / "Harold's Kitty" (September 29,1997): Helga and Arnold argue over how the school newspaper should be (Helga wants to tabloidize it, while Arnold wants good, honest journalism); Harold adopts a kitten that belongs to an old woman who yelled at him.
  2. "Arnold Saves Sid" / "Hookey" (October 13, 1997): After Arnold saves Sid from an injury, Sid devotes himself to paying Arnold back with unending kindness; Arnold and Gerald decide to ditch school for the day, but their day is ruined by their fear of being found out.
  3. "Save the Tree' / 'New Teacher" (September 22, 1997): Arnold and his friends attempt to save "Mighty Pete", the oldest living tree in their neighborhood; Arnold's 4th grade class gets a new teacher after Miss Slovak resigns, but they end up breaking the sweet, sensitive new teacher and are forced to deal with a Drill Sergeant Nasty.
  4. "Ransom" / "Ms. Perfect" (October 8, 1997): Timberly's stuffed toy goes missing, so Arnold and Gerald play detective to find out who stole it; a new girl named Lila comes to school and the other girls decide to bully her...until they learn that her life after school isn't as cheery as her personality.
  5. "Monkey Business" / "Big Caesar" (October 6, 1997): An organ grinder's monkey kisses Helga, and Helga gets scared when she thinks that the kiss may be fatal; Arnold and Gerald set out to catch a legendary fish.
  6. "The High Life" / "Best Friends" (October 22, 1997): Gerald gets rich quick selling cheap watches; Rhonda and Nadine fall out over working on a project at school, leaving Arnold to work with both of them separately.
  7. "Longest Monday" / "Eugene's Pet" (October 1, 1997): Schoolyard tradition has it that on the first Monday of June each year, the fifth graders throw the fourth graders into trash cans. So, Arnold and Gerald try to make a run for it. As more people are thrown into trash cans and the fifth graders know all the routes, Arnold and Gerald find out eluding the fifth graders is harder that they thought; Arnold tries to make it up to Eugene, this time for killing his pet goldfish.
  8. "Mudbowl" / "Gerald Moves Out" (October 20, 1997): Arnold and the other 4th graders play an American football game against Wolfgang and the other 5th graders; Gerald becomes tired of dealing with his family's antics and moves into the boarding house.
  9. "Freeze Frame" / "Phoebe Cheats" (October 29, 1997): Arnold and Gerald think they've found a conspiracy to do with a planned crime; Phoebe copies an obscure poem so she can win a poetry contest, but the guilt soon gets to her in the form of her Emily Dickinson trophy talking to her.
  10. "Helga's Love Potion" / "Gerald's Secret" (September 24, 1997): Sick of being tormented by her crush on Arnold, Helga buys a love potion from a fortuneteller said to erase any and all romantic feelings; when Gerald reveals that he can't ride a bicycle, Arnold teaches him how.
  11. "Steely Phil" / "Quantity Time" (October 29, 1997): Arnold's grandpa competes in a Chinese checkers match; Helga's dad clumsily tries to bond with Helga.
  12. "Eating Contest" / "Rhonda's Glasses" (November 3, 1997): Arnold trains to compete in an eating contest; Rhonda becomes an outcast after the optometrist prescribes her glasses for her poor eyesight.
  13. "Eugene Goes Bad" / "What's Opera, Arnold?" (November 17, 1997): Eugene becomes a bad kid after learning his favorite action star called "The Abdicator" is a wimp; Arnold's love life is reimagined as the Bizet opera, Carmen.
  14. "Arnold's Halloween" (October 27, 1997): In this parody of the panic caused by Orson Welles' adaptation of "The War of the Worlds," the whole city mistakes a Halloween prank set up by Arnold and Gerald as an actual alien invasion.

    Season Three 
  1. "The Aptitude Test" / "Oskar Gets a Job" (October 14, 1998): Helga's and Harold's aptitude test results get switched; Oskar gets a job as a paper delivery man.
  2. "Curly Snaps" / "Preteen Scream" (September 16, 1998): The ball monitor job at recess was mistakenly given to Sid, so Curly steals all of the school's kickballs and takes over Principal Wartz's office; Phoebe wins a radio contest where the winner meets pop-singing sensation Ronnie Matthews (voiced by Bronson Pinchotnote ) — and, during a diner meal, learns the secret behind Ronnie's fame.
  3. "Stinky Goes Hollywood" / "Olga Gets Engaged" (September 14, 1998): Stinky is chosen as the new spokesman for Yahoo Soda, and discovers that the executives only like Stinky because he's a stupid hick; Olga comes home with a new fiance and news that she's going to drop out of school and get married...and when Helga learns that Olga's fiance is a phony who has a girlfriend and is planning on spending all of Olga's money, Helga must choose between letting reality beat her sister down, or saving her from a life of ruin.
  4. "Crabby Author" / "Rich Kid" (December 28, 1998): Arnold meets his favorite children's book author, who turns out to be a bitter, old woman who lost her childlike whimsy years ago and lives alone; Arnold tries to help a rich kid act like a kid instead of a mini-adult.
  5. "Helga Blabs It All" / "Harold the Butcher" (August 31, 1998): While under the influence of laughing gas from the dentist, Helga lets it slip that she's madly in love with Arnold; Harold gets a job as a butcher's assistant after getting caught stealing ham (which Harold can't eat anyway, since he's Jewish).
  6. "Arnold Betrays Iggy" / "Helga and the Nanny" (October 19, 1998): Arnold accidently tells his classmates Iggy's secret, so now he tries everything in his might to get Iggy's forgiveness; Helga's parents hire a new nanny, and, as usual, Helga doesn't like her.
  7. "Dangerous Lumber" / "Mr. Hyunh Goes Country" (September 2, 1998): Arnold thinks his baseball bat is cursed; Mr. Hyunh becomes a country singer.
  8. "Arnold's Room" / "Helga vs. Big Patty" (October 12, 1998): Sid uses Arnold's room as his room to impress a cool kid; After Helga gets caught making mean jokes about Patty, she is threatened.
  9. "Career Day" / "Hey Harold!" (October 21, 1998): Arnold has to work with the Jolly Olly Man on Career Day, and gives him a lesson in kindness; when Harold goes to Rhonda's party, he ends up befriending Patty.
  10. "Casa Paradiso" / "Gerald's Tonsils" (September 7, 1998): Grandpa decides to sell the boarding house and live in an upscale retirement home; Gerald's singing voice is compromised after a tonsillectomy.
  11. "Phoebe Takes the Fall" / "The Pig War" (December 7, 1998): Helga wants Phoebe to lose the school's quiz bowl on purpose so she can win instead; Arnold, Grandpa Phil, and their pet pig Abner participate in a war re-enactment.
  12. "Best Man" / "Cool Party" (November 2, 1998): Coach Wittenberg wants Arnold to be the best man at his wedding to Tish; Arnold gets invited to Rhonda's party, but finds that it isn't all that great, especially since his other friends weren't invited.
  13. "Sid's Revenge" / "Roller Coaster" (October 7, 1998): Sid uses voodoo on Principal Wartz after he is punished for something he didn't do then fears he killed the principal; Arnold and Eugene get stuck at the top of a roller coaster.
  14. "Grandpa's Birthday" / "Road Trip" (September 28, 1998): Arnold's grandpa thinks he's going to die on his 81st birthday like all of the other men in his family; Miriam tries to bond with Helga while on a road trip.
  15. "Arnold and Lila" / "Grand Prix" (November 11, 1998): In a lovestruck daze, Helga writes "Arnold Loves Helga" on a wall, but when she hears Rhonda and the others coming, she changes it to "Arnold Loves Lila", which causes rumors to sprout; the kids participate in a go-kart race.
  16. "Arnold's Thanksgiving" (November 18, 1998): Arnold is fed up with the bickering amongst the boarders and sets out to find the true meaning of the holiday.
  17. "Girl Trouble" / "School Dance" (January 4, 1999): Arnold deals with his issues regarding Helga; Arnold asks Dino Spumoni to sing at P.S. 118's school dance.
  18. "Helga's Show" / "The Flood" (November 23, 1998): Helga is shunned by several students after her comic impressions of them offend them; The fourth-graders are trapped in school during a flash flood.
  19. "School Play" (March 9, 1999): After Arnold is cast as Romeo in the school play "Romeo and Juliet", Helga does everything she can to get the part of Juliet so that she has an excuse to kiss him. As the "fifth alternate," she schemes to eliminate Sheena, Rhonda, Phoebe, and Lila from the role. Meanwhile, Mr. Simmons's old rival, now a theatre critic, promises to write a negative review of the production, prompting trouble.
  20. "Parents Day" (May 10, 2000): Arnold competes with his grandparents in a Parents Day Tournament, but soon feels torn about his parents' abandonment. Unsure if he should keep participating or not, he asks Grandpa Phil to tell him the truth of what happened to his parents.

    Season Four 
  1. "Eugene's Birthday" / "Stinky's Pumpkin" (March 17, 1999): Arnold is determined to give Eugene a good birthday party; when Stinky feels like he doesn't amount to anything, he (with Arnold's help) decides to try growing a pumpkin for the fair.
  2. "Dinner for Four" / "Phoebe Skips" (March 31, 1999): Helga wins a free meal at a fancy French restaurant, and wants to take the opportunity to prove her sophistication to Arnold, but ends up going to the wrong restaurant; Phoebe gets to skip ahead to the sixth grade because she's doing so well in school, but soon finds herself missing the fourth grade, same as Helga.
  3. "Full Moon" / "Student Teacher" (March 10, 1999): Harold, Stinky, and Sid moon Principal Wartz, and when he wants Arnold to tell him who did it, Arnold is unsure about tattling on the others; Olga becomes a temporary student teacher at P.S. 118.
  4. "Big Gino" / "Jamie O. in Love" (March 15, 1999): Sid befriends a loan shark, and is torn between his loyalty to him and his loyalty to Arnold; Gerald's brother gets a girlfriend, and starts being much nicer, but when Arnold and Gerald find the girl doesn't really love him, they have to decide whether or not to tell him the truth.
  5. "The Beeper Queen" / "Oskar Can't Read" (March 29, 1999): When Big Bob breaks his back, the usually scatterbrained Miriam steps in as the owner of Big Bob's Beeper's and proves to be a stellar businesswoman; Arnold helps Oskar learn to read.
  6. "Headless Cabbie" / "Friday the 13th" (October 30, 1999): Gerald tells the legend of the Headless Cabbie, and soon everyone believes for it to be true; Arnold and Gerald think they're stuck with bad luck and tries to appease it.
  7. "Helga's Parrot" / "Chocolate Turtles" (April 5, 1999): Big Bob's parrot overhears Helga romantically gush about Arnold in her sleep, and repeats it, to Helga's chagrin; Gerald's sister Timberly eats all the Chocolate Turtles he and Arnold were going to sell, so now they must make new ones.
  8. "Love and Cheese" / "Weighing Harold" (April 7, 1999): Arnold asks Lila out to the Cheese Festival, and Helga tries to sabotage their date; when Harold hears the other kids and even total strangers mocking his weight, he decides to go on a diet cruise, only to come back larger than ever and have a complete breakdown over his size.
  9. It Girl/ Deconstructing Arnold (September 18, 1999): Helga is chosen to be a model and is admired for her bad-girl image; Arnold stops giving advice after several of his classmates say they don't want it when it turns out they actually need him.
  10. "Grudge Match" / "Polishing Rhonda" (September 25, 1999): Big Bob and Grandpa play a game of golf to decide who pays for the damages when their cars crashed into each other; after Rhonda gets into a fight with Big Patty at school, their parents independently decide to send them to a fancy finishing school, where the quiet, good-natured Patty proves more skilled than the snobby Rhonda.
  11. "Veterans Day" (November 26, 1999): While taking Arnold and Gerald on a trip to the capital for the annual Veterans Day parade, Grandpa Phil tells the story of how he fought the Nazis during World War II and Martin recounts his experiences in The Vietnam War.
  12. "Back to School" / "Egg Story" (September 11, 1999): Arnold's grandpa goes back to school to get the grade school diploma he never got; Arnold and Helga are stuck with a team work assignment.
  13. "Weird Cousin" / "Baby Oskar" (October 9, 1999): Arnold's cousin Arnie visits him, who everybody finds creepy; Oskar and Suzie take care of a baby named Oskar.
  14. "Helga Sleepwalks" / "Fighting Families" (October 23, 1999): Helga's snacking on pork rinds causes her to sleepwalk to Arnold's house; Arnold and his family get picked to go on a Double Dare (1986)-style game show.
  15. "Monkeyman!" / "Buses, Bikes and Subways" (March 4, 2000): Andy Dick guest stars as a crazy man who thinks he's a superhero; Helga and Harold get left behind during a field trip and must find their way home.
  16. "Grandpa's Sister" / "Synchronized Swimming" (October 16, 1999): Phyllis Diller guest stars as Grandpa Phil's sister, who hasn't forgiven her brother for letting their pet run away; Arnold joins the swim team.
  17. "Helga's Masquerade" / "Mr. Green Runs" (March 11, 2000): Helga decides to act more like Lila to make Arnold like her; Arnold helps Mr. Green run for City Council.
  18. "Helga on the Couch" December 4, 1999): Helga is sent to therapy, where she befriends her therapist and tells her the story of how she became a bully and how she fell in love with Arnold.
  19. "Dino Checks Out" (December 11, 1999): Frank Sinatra-esque crooner Dino Spumoni fakes his death so his albums can sell better, but his family and friends (who believe he's dead) are the ones reaping his fortune.
  20. 'Summer Love' (June 21, 2000): Arnold and Helga, along with their respective families, go to the same resort, and the two find themselves in a love triangle with another girl.

    Season Five 
  1. "Sid the Vampire Slayer" / "Big Sis" (March 18, 2000): Sid becomes paranoid that Stinky might be a vampire; Olga becomes a big sister figure to Lila, which makes Helga jealous.
  2. "Gerald's Game" / "Fishing Trip" (April 27, 2002): Gerald becomes obsessed with a Dungeons & Dragons-style game; the kids and their families go on a fishing trip, and everything that can go wrong does go wrong.
  3. "Bag of Money" / "Principal Simmons" (April 5, 2000): Arnold, Gerald and Sid find a bag of money in a garbage can and plan to turn it in to the police, but when Arnold mixes up the bag with an eccentric woman's on a bus, Sid believes he's stolen the cash for himself and rallies everyone against him, prompting a crisis of trust for Gerald ; Principal Wartz leaves P.S. 118, so Mr. Simmons becomes the new principal, but his overly-lenient leadership leads to chaos, while Wartz himself struggles with his newfound free time.
  4. "New Bully on the Block" / "Phoebe Breaks a Leg" (April 12, 2000): Arnold and his classmates deal with fifth-grader bullies who steals their vacant lot; Phoebe breaks her leg because of Helga, and keeps on faking it after getting cured so Helga can keep on doing favors for her.
  5. "Stuck in a Tree" / "Rhonda Goes Broke" (January 5, 2001): Arnold, Eugene and Harold gets stuck in a tree and fear they will be there forever; when Rhonda's parents lose their fortune, the uptight girl is forced to "slum it" for a while in Arnold's boarding house, where Arnold teaches her to appreciate the simple things in life.
  6. "Helga's Locket" / "Sid and Germs" (April 19, 2000): Helga loses her locket with Arnold in it and it winds up in Arnold's possession, which Helga tries to get back; After seeing a documentary about the danger of germs in school, Sid becomes ridiculously germophobic.
  7. "Beaned" / "Old Iron Man" (January 12, 2001): Helga gets amnesia by Arnold who accidentally hits her with a ball, and when she regains it, she still fakes it so she can spend time with Arnold who feels he owes her; Grandpa Phil and his old rival participate in a triathlon, and Arnold is worried for their safety.
  8. "Ghost Bride" / "Gerald vs. Jamie O." (November 11, 2003): Gerald tells the legend of the Ghost Bride, and soon the tale seems to be real; Gerald and Jamie O. are involved in a love triangle when a girl Gerald likes ends up falling for Jamie O.
  9. "Suspended" / "Ernie in Love" (April 26, 2000): Harold gets himself suspended by his own free will, but realizing how boring it is, he tries to get back into school; Ernie gets a girlfriend, but she doesn't like him.
  10. "Arnold Visits Arnie" / "Chocolate Boy" (January 26, 2001): Arnold visits Arnie only to discover different personality counterparts of his classmates, including Lila (Lulu) and Helga (Hilda); Arnold tries to help Chocolate Boy get over his addiction to chocolate.
  11. "Harold vs. Patty" / "Rich Guy" (February 3, 2002): Harold gets beat by arm wrestling by Patty and gets teased about it, so he asks her for advice on how to become a better arm wrestler for the Arm Wrestling Tournament; Arnold meets a rich man after saving him at a hockey game.
  12. "The Racing Mule" / "Curly's Girl" (October 11, 2002): The boarders buy a mule to race him and enlists Arnold's help; When Rhonda gets into trouble, Curly offers to get her out of it, but only if she pretends to be his girlfriend for a week.
  13. "On the Lam" / "Family Man" (June 1, 2002): Harold, Stinky and Sid steal rockets out of the science lab at school and set them off outside of an old Police Station—but when Ernie's demolition team blows up the building at the same time, they mistakenly think they destroyed it and decide to become hobos; The restaurant where Mr. Hyunh works changes ownership, and he decides to try for the open head chef job, only to discover that the new boss wants a "real family man", prompting him to concoct an elaborate ruse with the help of the rest of the boarding house.
  14. "Grandpa's Packard" / "Phoebe's Little Problem" (June 4, 2004): Grandpa Phil takes his car to a roadshow, where it ends up getting stolen; Phoebe accidentally farts on stage while accepting an award, and the other students won't let her live it down.
  15. "A Day in the Life of a Classroom" / "Big Bob's Crisis" (November 15, 2003): Mr. Simmons' class stars in a documentary; Big Bob has a heart attack and tries to change his attitude.
  16. “Married" (May 11, 2002): By a marriage prediction by Rhonda, Arnold and Helga find out they will get married in the future. Having very mixed reactions to it, they wind up having a nightmare and a wonderful dream about it, respectively.
  17. "Timberly Loves Arnold" / "Eugene, Eugene!" (January 28, 2003): Timberly develops a crush on Arnold, much to his embarrassment; the children of P.S. 118 participate in a musical with Eugene as the head star.
  18. "April Fool's Day" (April 1, 2002): Arnold temporarily blinds Helga in an April Fools Prank, but after regaining her eyesight she still fakes it so Arnold, who feels he owes her, will spend more time with her, as well as take her to the April Fools Prom.
  19. "The Journal" (November 11, 2002): Phil reads a journal Arnold's father wrote when they were on their expeditions.

  1. Hey Arnold! The Movie (June 28, 2002) note 
  2. Hey Arnold! The Jungle Movie (November 24, 2017) note