Hey Arnold was one of the best shows I grew up with. It was funny, it was intelligent, it was morally sound, it was entertaining and engaging, it was well-made, the voice acting was superb, and the soundtrack was all jazz. I miss this show, a lot.
To really grasp the peddle stool, you need to first load up on an excessive amount of acid, go down the rabbit hole, smoke some of the hucha (no idea the spelling, not looking it up ATM) with the caterpillar man and take a seat on a peddle stool next to his awesome mushroom seat.
I think Janine just made a small typo. Let me tell you youngin’s a story…
When I was a much younger man, about 70 years ago, my wife Agnes and I had the responsibility of taking care of her crazy fucking father, who had dementia. This fuckwad was so crazy and so tough he would eat rocks and shit slightly bloodied pebbles. He would also shit on the floor and then walk around in his shit. So I was always saying to him, “Papa Ed, get off your bloody pebble stool and go wash your feet, you fuckin retart!!!”
Ha, I recently found out there’s a massive campaign, helped by the guy that made the show, to get one more Hey Arnold movie made to tie everything up. I too have joined, in the hope that when my fiancee… ‘has birth’… she can have it in front of Hey Arnold. Isn’t that the dream?
Jennifer Simone OK before my lawyer gets my ficticious criminal record amended…how does this Double Jepoardy thing work? Being as though I have “aggrivated assault” on my”record”, does this mean I can beat someone senseless in an aggrivated manner and be cool? I really don’t understand the law…
July 14 at 8:19pm
for anyone who’s unclear, double jeopardy means that if you get officially acquitted of a crime (not a general, but a specific crime), then you can’t ever be retried for it – even if proof surfaces to show without doubt that you’re guilty.
if you’re still unsure about it, then i suggest you watch the film ‘double jeopardy’.