Hey Arnold!
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Suggested correction: Other than the few episodes where a specific time of year is taking place; these episodes are not meant to be taken to be shown in chronological order. Just roughly in the same 4th grade school year.

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Suggested correction: Other than the few episodes that take place during a specific time of year; these episodes are not meant to be taken in chronological order. Just roughly in the same 4th grade school year.

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Suggested correction: Other than the few episodes that take place during a specific time of year; these episodes are not meant to be taken in chronological order. Just roughly in the same 4th grade school year.

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Suggested correction: I don't believe it is ever established whether Arnold is left or right-handed in the series. Without confirmation; he may very well be part of the ambidextrous population that uses both. I used to write with both hands myself in school.

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Suggested correction: Other than the few episodes that take place at a specific time; this series was not meant to be taken in chronological order. Just roughly during the same 4th grade school year.

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Suggested correction: Other than the few episodes that take place at a specific time; this series is not meant to be taken in chronological order. Just roughly during the same 4th grade school year.

Tutoring Torvald / Gerald Comes Over - S1-E13

Continuity mistake: In Gerald Comes Over, Gerald says whenever he goes to Arnold's house he always goes straight to Arnold's room and has never seen all of Arnold's house. Also he seems never to have met any one else that lives there, but in previous episodes we have seen him in other parts of Arnold's house and met many of the people that live there.

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Suggested correction: Other than the few episodes that take place at a certain time; this series is not meant to be taken in chronological order. Just roughly during the same 4th grade school year.

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Suggested correction: The first time he is holding his glasses there was time for him to remove them we just did not see it. The second time we see him remove them.

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Suggested correction: Not all cemeteries open and close at the same time.

That is very true. It should also be noted that not all cemeteries have overnight security or padlocked gates. So even if the cemetery was closed, the kids could still get in if this was a cemetery that isn't heavily surveilled.

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Suggested correction: We don't know that definitively. Those were just the only two caught as the teacher noticed their tests were very off from who they were as students. He didn't appear to check any of the others for mix ups.

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The List/Haunted Train - S1-E8

Question: Why did that boy steal Arnold's ball? Was that the whole reason he came to the park? He seemed awfully obnoxious and destined to ruin Arnold's day, just wanting more clarity. Thank you.

Answer: The episode doesn't really elaborate on who the kid was and what his motives were, so its pure speculation as to why he took it. Perhaps the kid could simply want a ball all for himself and decided to just take it, or was simply a rotten kid. The truth is the kid's motives are not important to the story other than it highlights Arnold was having a lot of trouble getting through the list.

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