Hey Arnold!
Hey Arnold!
Hey Arnold! is an American animated television series created by Craig Bartlett for Nickelodeon. The show's premise focuses on a fourth grader named Arnold who lives with his grandparents. Episodes center on his experiences navigating big city life while dealing with the problems he and his friends encounter, including several urban legends. Certain episodes focus on the lives of other supporting characters, such as the tenants of the boarding house Arnold's grandparents own.
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Meet HuffPost Entertainment's New Throwback Sticker Pack On Viber
Huffington Post - about 1 month
With reboots of “Charmed” and “Hey Arnold!” in the works, it’s clear that the ‘90s have made a comeback. That’s why we’ve launched a new sticker pack on the messaging app Viber that’s all about the ~throwback~. Whether you want to reminisce with friends, talk about how much you miss The Spice Girls, or just flirt with bae, there’s a sticker for everything. Viber is a messaging app of more than 800 million users that allows people to text, call and share photos with their friends around the world for free. Viber users can also follow group conversations, called Public Chats, from their favorite celebrities or publishers, including HuffPost’s Entertainment team.  What makes Viber extra fun is the stickers, which are like emojis ― but better. Users can “heart” their favorite stickers in chats and download them to use in their own conversations, too. So what are you waiting for? Download the Viber app and head over to the Sticker Market to get your hands on these beauties. ...
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In Defense Of Helga Pataki
Huffington Post - 5 months
Helga Pataki had eaten nothing but dairy for two weeks in preparation for her role as “Milk” in the P.S. 118 student show. In the first ever episode of “Hey Arnold!” ― which aired 20 years ago this week ―  Helga is tasked with turning a group of lazy fourth graders into serious actors. She’s desperately in love with Arnold, who doesn’t even bother to show up for the play she’s directed. She’s wearing a milk carton. Things are stressful.  As she stands off-stage in a moment of frustration, she allows herself one brief moment of vulnerability to consider the burning hot love ― and hate! ― she has for Arnold. Just then, a bespectacled classmate silently comes up to her from behind, leaning in from the side of her milk carton costume to steal some kind of affection.  Helga immediately punches him in the face ― something she’ll be forced to do again and again and again throughout the series.  I know the feeling.  A couple years ago I sat at my favorite Iri ...
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Nickelodeon developing 'Hey Arnold!' TV movie
LATimes - over 1 year
Nickelodeon's “Hey Arnold!” ended with a promise of future adventures. In the final episodes produced, “The Journal (Parts 1 & 2),” titular, football-headed Arnold was off to find his missing parents, in the jungle that had seemingly consumed them. Said adventures never came. Until now. The Viacom-owned...
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The Promising Progression of Children's Television
Huffington Post - over 1 year
I find myself looking forward to children's television shows more than adult television shows, especially cartoons. I acknowledge that I can have the attention span of a squirrel, but there is something more to children's television shows than sunshine and rainbows lately -- there is humanity. Cartoon shows such as Pendleton Ward's Adventure Time, as well as Cartoon Network's Regular Show or Disney's Gravity Falls, have childish tones, such as silly characters and goofy adventures, but the morals are anything but childish. For example, Adventure Time's characters have real depth; the main wizard character has Alzheimer's and cannot remember his lost love. From grief counseling to unrequited love, these shows provide a unique perspective of the human condition, if humans lived in Candy Land and used magic as they do in Adventure Time. These are also not the first children's cartoons to reflect on humanity. In the 1990s, Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network frequently released cartoons ...
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The Promising Progression of Children's Television
Huffington Post - over 1 year
I find myself looking forward to children's television shows more than adult television shows, especially cartoons. I acknowledge that I can have the attention span of a squirrel, but there is something more to children's television shows than sunshine and rainbows lately -- there is humanity. Cartoon shows such as Pendleton Ward's Adventure Time, as well as Cartoon Network's Regular Show or Disney's Gravity Falls, have childish tones, such as silly characters and goofy adventures, but the morals are anything but childish. For example, Adventure Time's characters have real depth; the main wizard character has Alzheimer's and cannot remember his lost love. From grief counseling to unrequited love, these shows provide a unique perspective of the human condition, if humans lived in Candy Land and used magic as they do in Adventure Time. These are also not the first children's cartoons to reflect on humanity. In the 1990s, Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network frequently released cartoons ...
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The Promising Progression of Children's Television
Huffington Post - over 1 year
I find myself looking forward to children's television shows more than adult television shows, especially cartoons. I acknowledge that I can have the attention span of a squirrel, but there is something more to children's television shows than sunshine and rainbows lately -- there is humanity. Cartoon shows such as Pendleton Ward's Adventure Time, as well as Cartoon Network's Regular Show or Disney's Gravity Falls, have childish tones, such as silly characters and goofy adventures, but the morals are anything but childish. For example, Adventure Time's characters have real depth; the main wizard character has Alzheimer's and cannot remember his lost love. From grief counseling to unrequited love, these shows provide a unique perspective of the human condition, if humans lived in Candy Land and used magic as they do in Adventure Time. These are also not the first children's cartoons to reflect on humanity. In the 1990s, Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network frequently released cartoons ...
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Stuck Subway Riders Turn To Drake And Fetty Wap To Cope
Huffington Post - over 1 year
EmbedContent(562cf248e4b0ec0a3894be2f, ,Embed,video,Some({"url":"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BqFTrCy1vXk","type":"video","version":"1.0","title":"Stuck on the E - two hours trapped underground ends with a hip hop party! (imchrislewis + gregwong)","author":"gregwong","provider_name":"YouTube","thumbnail_url":"https://i.ytimg.com/vi/BqFTrCy1vXk/maxresdefault.jpg","thumbnail_width":1920,"thumbnail_height":1080,"cache_age":86400})) The New York City subway system is, to put it simply, a wild ride: any given commute can feature an overcrowded train, an unexplained wait or -- we can only hope -- a Pizza Rat sighting. Despite many faults of the more than 100-year-old system, sometimes its high-stress environment produces something magical. In this case, it was a group of New Yorkers stranded on an E train in Midtown during rush hour, forced to wait for help for two hours. While this would qualify for many as Totally The Worst Day Ever, these ingenious NYC residents made lemonade out o ...
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Our Dream 'Hey Arnold!' Cast In Real Life
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Nickelodeon nostalgia, anyone? From 1996 to 2004, kids got their kicks from Craig Bartlett's cartoon "Hey Arnold!" The show focused on the quietly cool fourth grader Arnold, his grandparents' city dwellings and Arnold's kooky classmates. "Hey Arnold!" covered a laundry list of adolescent issues -- relentless bullies, lovestruck crushes and a grueling search for adoptive parents. These relatable storylines struck a chord with audiences and cemented the show's cult status so much that a feature film, "Hey Arnold! The Movie," was released in June 2002. Sure, 20-somethings can catch their favorite football head as part of "The '90s Are All That" TeenNick lineup. But what if we took the show's influence a step further? In the spirit of a fellow forever missed "funnie" Nicktoon, we dreamed up the ultimate Hollywood cast to portray the P.S. 118 gang. 1. Arnold: Disney Channel veteran Sterling Knight is our pick for Arnold. Thanks to his roles in "Sonny With a Chance" and "17 Agai ...
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1990 Things From The 90s (Seriously)
Huffington Post - over 3 years
It's been more than a decade since the 1990s ended, yet the Internet can't seem to go a day without a reminder of the neon slap bracelets that may have been banned from your school. Yes, we get it. Times are tough and there's comfort in reflection, but enough is enough. Below, a final goodbye to the 90s to end the nostalgia once and for all. (We're not kidding. There are 1990 items below.) 1. Scrunchies 2. "The Wild Thornberries" 3. Dawson and Joey 4. "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys" 5. Mr. Feeny 7. MTV playing music videos 8. Snick 9. The premiere of "Freaks and Geeks" 10. Levar Burton 11. "Daria" 12. "Arthur" 13. "The Powerpuff Girls" 14. "Smart Guy" 15. Comedy Central globe logo with buildings 16. "The X-Files" 17. Rosie O'Donnell 18. Bill Nye 19. "Dawson's Creek" 20. The Mighty Ducks" 21. "Are You Afraid of the Dark" 22. Cornholio 23. Rachel Green 24. Tim Allen 25. "All That" 26. "Beverl ...
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LOOK: 'Rugrats,' 'Hey Arnold!' Characters All Grown Up
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Celeste Pille received a message one day about her Tumblr, where she was posting her own artistic reimaginings of cast members from "Star Trek," "Recess," "The Magic School Bus" and such 90's Nickelodeon cartoons as "Hey Arnold!" and "Rugrats." The message read: Hi Celeste, I'm Craig Bartlett, creator of "Hey Arnold!" and really like your grown up Arnold characters. Just wanted to let you know! Also thought you'd like to know that Matt Groening sent me the link to them. "I thought, 'OK, someone is just messing with me. Dare to dream, right?'" Pille, a 25-year-old from Omaha, Neb., told The Huffington Post. That was until she saw a Facebook post from Bartlett sharing her drawing of Stinky from "Hey Arnold!" "I was pretty gobsmacked to find out it was real," Pille said. Her Tumblr started as a "fun, little side project" to her day job in marketing, where she handles social media management and some graphic design. She started doing commission work and drew cart ...
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