Which of the Hey Arnold Characters Are You?
Have you ever had a pen pal?
- I have too many pals to waste my time on someone I'll probably never meet.
- I might. I don't think I'd be good at it, but maybe it would help me more than it could help the other person.
- I guess I could get into that, as long as they can take a joke through a letter.
- I'd love to...so long as I don't have to tell anyone about it.
- Sure. I think I'd give a lot to a friendship over letters.
If your school was having a 'cheese fair' would you go?
- If friends were going, I'd tag along.
- I'd go, but only to sample the finest cheeses. I wouldn't waste my time with cheddar and mozzarella.
- I'd wait outside and make fun of everyone going in by asking them 'who cut the cheese?'.
- I don't love cheese, but I'm always down for something new and interesting.
- I make a great brie, so I'd definitely go. But I don't know if I'd enter my cheese in a competition.
What would you do if you put on a magic show and actually made someone disappear?
- I feel invisible quite often actually. So I'd probably just leave them be.
- I'd do everything I could to bring them back. And I wouldn't rest until they were.
- If someone disappeared by being in a magic show, they probably deserved it. I'd forget about it and move on.
- Seems like a lot of work to try and find them. I'd probably just tell their friends and family what happened, and give them the responsibility.
- Um, that's a stupid question because it just isn't possible.
Which one of these animals would you prefer as a pet?
- Miniature Poodle
- Any rescue animal
What would you do if you lost your grandfather's prized pocket watch?
- I'd probably just be honest with him and see if there was a different pocket watch I could get him.
- I'd never, ever admit to it so long as I live.
- Search diligently and find an exact replica just in case.
- Ignore it, who cares about a pocket watch? Those are so early 1900's.
- Buy grandpa a digital clock and tell him to get over it.
When you see a crazy pigeon person in a park, you...?
- See if the pigeon person is hungry
- Run at the pigeons and scatter them everywhere
- Make a joke at their expense
- Run away as quickly as fast as I can
- Offer the pigeons a little something to eat
How would you train for a spelling bee?
- I'd study endlessly because I've always dreamt of winning one.
- I'd take it easy and practice a little every day.
- I'd never be caught dead at a spelling bee.
- I wouldn't practice at all and spell my first word L-O-S-E-R-S before walking off stage.
- I'd seek the advice of a spelling bee champion and mimic everything they did to prepare.
It's late at night and you're alone. Would you take the subway home?
- I'd walk 10 miles if I had to, just to avoid using the train.
- Of course. I'm always down for a little adventure.
- The only person who should be scared of riding a subway at night is anyone in the train with me.
- Definitely. Nothing scary about a subway train at night. Silly question.
- No. Ever heard of Uber?
If you saw a vacant lot near your home, you would...?
- Not even notice
- Hide in it and throw water balloons at people who passed by
- Turn it into a baseball field and play with friends
- I'd never go in a vacant lot. What if it's filled with broken glass or lots of trash?
- If a friend wanted to play a game or something there, I'd jump in there.
If someone gave you a voodoo doll made of soap and said it could control your worst enemy, what would you do?
- I'd give it to my enemy.
- I'm curious enough to try it out and see if it worked.
- I'd use it every hour of every day.
- I'd lock it away to ensure nobody ever got their hands on it.
- I don't have any enemies, so I have no idea.
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Hey Arnold Characters
Hey Arnold! was a one-of-a-kind children's cartoon series and subsequent film created by Craig Bartlett, who also had a hand in directing and animating Pee-Wee's Playhouse. Makes sense when you think about it, huh? The series aired from 1996 through to 2004. Arnold, the protagonist of this 90s cartoon, had a football-shaped head, and the show centered around his life alongside his two best friends, Gerald and Helga. The show had many unique characters like Grandpa Phil, Arnold's wise and advice-filled caretaker; Rex Smythe Higgins iii, grandson of 'Old' Rex; Big Bob, Helga's dad and owner of the pager store Big Bob's Beepers; and Stinky Peterson, the guy with the southern accent and a buzzcut. Don't forget Dr. Bliss, the school psychologist!
The series was smart, funny, and amazingly original. And unlike many shows of its day, and ever since, the cartoon series took place in a ghetto where its characters traversed down dark shady streets amongst sad, run-down buildings. Not exactly what you'd expect from a kid's cartoon series. Arnold lived in a boardinghouse with his grandparents and a motley crew of assorted friends.