In the following list, each title card has a list of episodes that use it. The name in parentheses is the character who reads the title aloud.
The center circle is full of water. We see fish swim by, followed by Pal, followed by Arthur. He says "Hi!", but sometimes he will say something else like "Yay!". Sonar sounds are audible in the background.
This title card is usually used in episodes in which Arthur is the central character (or Pal, in early episodes). The first title card made for the series, it was the first out of the original six title cards to be made for Season 1. It was retired after Season 14 in the United States, and after Season 13 internationally.
In "Fern's Slumber Party", when Fern suggests that they should move on to the title card, she says "Maybe that swimming one", also breaking the fourth wall saying it.
- 101a. Arthur's Eyes (Francine)
- 105a. Arthur's Pet Business (Francine)
- 107a. Arthur Goes to Camp (Binky)
- 110a. Arthur's Birthday (Francine)
- 111a. Arthur's Baby (Binky)
- 112b. Arthur's Lost Dog (Francine)
- 116a. Arthur and the Crunch Cereal Contest (Francine)
- 118b. Sick as a Dog (Francine)
- 123a. Bully for Binky (Francine)
- 127b. Arthur's Substitute Teacher Trouble (Francine)
- 129a. My Club Rules (Binky)
- 202a. Binky Barnes, Art Expert (Francine)
- 205a. Arthur's Underwear (Francine)
- 208a. Arthur vs. the Piano (Binky)
- 213b. Arthur the Unfunny (Francine)
- 215b. Fern's Slumber Party (Francine)
- 309b. The Return of the King (Francine) (Arthur says “Hey!”)
- 313a. Arthur's Dummy Disaster (Francine) (Arthur says "Yay!")
- 503b. The Shore Thing (Buster) (New Voice Actor said "Hi!")
- 605b. Arthur and Los Vecinos (Muffy) (Arthur says "Hola!" instead of "Hi!")
- 701a. Cast Away (Francine) (The audio from the second version of the Brain's title card is used instead)
- 801a. Dear Adil (Binky) (Arthur says “Hey!”)
- 906a. Arthur Makes Waves (Arthur says “Hey!”)
- 1101a. Swept Away (Binky) (The audio from the first version of the Brain’s title card is used instead)
- 1306b. D.W. Swims with the Fishes (Muffy) (Arthur doesn't say anything)
- 1406b. Buster Baxter & the Letter from the Sea (George) (Arthur doesn't say anything)
Francine Hits a GongIn a parody of the Rank Group logo, Francine walks up and hits the center circle with a banging noise similar to a gong. This causes Arthur to yelp and begin shaking. The sound of Arthur yelping was changed in Season 11. Initially, Arthur would yelp the instant he comes up, but in later seasons, he would do so after he comes up, and in some occasional cases he is silent.
This title card is commonly used for episodes in which Francine is the central character. This was the second title card of the original six made for Season 1. Out of all the title cards used, this one was shown the most (30 times), along with Arthur Looks for an Umbrella. This title card was used at least once per season for Seasons 1 through 14.
In Israel, this title card is used as the series title card, appearing at the end of the intro.
- 101b. Francine's Bad Hair Day (Binky)
- 106a. Locked in the Library! (Binky)
- 110b. Francine Frensky, Superstar (Binky)
- 114b. Arthur and the True Francine (Binky)
- 117a. Meek for a Week (Binky)
- 119b. Arthur Makes the Team (Binky)
- 122b. Team Trouble (Binky)
- 123b. Misfortune Teller (Binky)
- 126a. My Dad, the Garbage Man (Francine)
- 128b. The Scare-Your-Pants-Off Club (Francine)
- 129b. Stolen Bike (Francine)
- Draw! (Binky)
- Francine Frensky, Olympic Rider (Binky)
- The Big Blow-Up (Francine)
- Francine Redecorates (Binky)
- Meet Binky (Francine) (Arthur doesn't yelp)
- Popular Girls (Francine) (Arthur doesn't yelp)
- Francine and the Feline (Binky) (Arthur doesn't yelp)
- To Beat or Not to Beat (Buster) (Arthur doesn't yelp)
- Francine Goes to War (Buster)
- Citizen Frensky (Binky)
- Francine's Split Decision (Buster)
- Vomitrocious (Binky)
- Francine's Big Top Trouble (Muffy)
- Feeling Flush (Binky)
- Francine's Pilfered Paper (Binky)
- Is That Kosher? (Binky) (Arthur doesn't yelp)
- Matchmaker, Match Breaker (Binky)
- MacFrensky (Muffy)
- The Agent of Change (Francine) (Arthur doesn't yelp)
Buster Makes SoundsBuster walks into the circle, and roars (a parody of the MGM Lion logo), burps, trumpets like an elephant, or another different sort of sound (such as a rooster or a horse sound) for most title cards. After he does, Arthur walks up beside him and laughs. The sound of Arthur laughing was changed in Season 3, although the original sound of Arthur's laugh was kept in the Season 5 episode, Nerves of Steal, before eventually returning on a regular basis in season 12.
This title card is commonly used for episodes in which Buster, and/or Arthur is/are the central character(s). This was the third title card of the original six made for Season 1.
- 102a. Arthur and the Real Mr. Ratburn (Francine)
- 103b. Buster's Dino Dilemma (Francine) (roaring replaced with belching)
- 106b. Arthur Accused! (Francine)
- 107b. Buster Makes the Grade (Francine) (roaring replaced with elephant sound)
- 113b. Buster's New Friend (Binky)
- 121a. Sue Ellen Moves In
- 130a. Arthur's First Sleepover (Binky) (roaring replaced with belching)
- Buster and the Daredevils (Binky)
- Arthur Makes a Movie (Francine)
- Buster Baxter, Cat Saver (Binky) (roaring replaced with belching)
- Arthur's Almost Live Not Real Music Festival (Binky)
- Buster's Breathless (Francine)
- Nerves of Steal (Francine) (roaring replaced with rooster sound)
- Buster's Amish Mismatch (Francine) (roaring replaced with neighing)
- Arthur's Snow Biz (Binky) (roaring replaced with elephant sound)
- Emily Swallows a Horse (Binky) (roaring replaced with neighing)
- The Squirrels (Binky)
- The Curse of the Grebes (Binky Barnes) (roaring replaced by rooster)
- Buster Gets Real (Francine)
- Do You Believe in Magic? (Muffy)
- Buster's Secret Admirer (D.W.)
- Buster's Garden of Grief (D.W.)
Arthur Looks for an UmbrellaArthur does a Ta-da! pose (and in some episodes says "Yeah!" or "Hey!"), but it starts to rain. Arthur rummages through a rubber ducky, a spaghetti strainer, and a bike horn before finding an umbrella, which he promptly uses.
This title card is primarily used for episodes that involve some sort of minor (and sometimes scary) calamity and/or Arthur is the main character. This was the fourth title card of the original six made for Season 1. Out of all the title cards used, this one was shown the most (30 times) along with Francine Hits Gong.
- 102b. Arthur's Spelling Trubble (Binky)
- 104b. Arthur's Lost Library Book (Binky)
- 108b. Arthur Bounces Back (Francine)
- 109b. Arthur's Cousin Catastrophe (Binky)
- 114a. Arthur the Wrecker (Francine)
- 115a. Arthur's Family Vacation (Binky)
- 117b. Arthur, World's Greatest Gleeper (Francine)
- 120a. Arthur's Almost Boring Day (Binky)
- 121b. The Perfect Brother (Binky)
- 124a. Arthur's Tooth (Francine)
- 125b. Arthur Cleans Up (Binky)
- 126b. Poor Muffy (Binky)
- 128a. I'm a Poet (Binky)
- Arthur's Lucky Pencil (Binky)
- Night Fright (Francine)
- The Short, Quick Summer (Binky)
- Arthur's Mystery Envelope (Francine)
- Arthur and the Square Dance (Francine)
- Water and the Brain (Binky)
- Arthur Goes Crosswire (Binky)
- Arthur's Treasure Hunt (Francine)
- Hide and Snake (Francine) (Arthur says "Yeah!")
- That's a Baby Show! (Francine) (Arthur says "Hey!")
- You Are Arthur (Buster)
- Arthur Plays the Blues (Binky) (Arthur says "Yeah!")
- Fernkenstein's Monster (Binky) (Arthur says "Yeah!")
- Unfinished (Francine) (Arthur says "Yeah!")
- Arthur Sells Out (Binky) (Arthur says “Hey!”)
- On This Spot (Muffy)
- Whistling in the Wind (D.W.) (Arthur says "Yeah!")
Arthur and Super D.W.Arthur is in the title's central circle when D.W. dressed like a superhero, swoops in, causing Arthur to spin, and says "Ta-da!". In some episodes of Season 1, Bionic Bunny can be heard saying "Faster and more annoying than a mosquito...it's super sister!", "Peskier than the mosquito! It's super sister!", "More powerful than a locomotive...it's super sister! or "Faster than a speeding bullet, it's super sister!", but these quotations were removed after Season 1. On Season 3-4, D.W. occasionally becomes silent when she swoops in, as well as Season 12-13.
This is another title card commonly used when episodes focus on D.W. and/or Arthur. This title card was the fifth out of the original six to be made for Season 1. It was retired after Season 13.
- 103a. D.W. All Wet (Binky)
- 105b. D.W. the Copycat (Binky)
- 111b. D.W.'s Baby (Francine)
- 116b. D.W. Flips (Binky)
- 119a. D.W. Rides Again (Francine)
- 122a. D.W.'s Snow Mystery (Francine)
- 125a. D.W. Thinks Big (Francine)
- 127a. D.W.'s Blankie (Binky)
- 203a. D.W., the Picky Eater (Francine)
- 206b. Play it Again, D.W. (Francine)
- D.W. Goes to Washington (Binky)
- Arthur's Knee (Binky)
- D.W. Tricks the Tooth Fairy (Binky)
- 401b. Arthur's Big Hit (Buster) (D.W. doesn't say anything)
- D.W. Tale Spins (Francine)
- The Last of Mary Moo Cow (Francine)
- D.W.'s Backpack Mishap (Muffy)
- Tales from the Crib (Francine) (D.W. doesn't say anything)
- D.W. Beats All (Binky)
- D.W. Aims High (Francine)
- Never, Never, Never (Muffy) (D.W. doesn't say anything)
- The Secret Origin of Supernova (Binky) (D.W. doesn't say anything)
D.W. Chases the FrogD.W.'s pet frog Toady is being chased by Pal, D.W. says "Wait! Come back!", Toady returns to D.W., who embraces her. Sometimes D.W. will just scream, then say "Hey!" when she picks up Toady.
This is one of the title cards commonly used when episodes focus on D.W. and/or Arthur, especially with one of their pets. This was the last title card to be introduced out of the six that were made for Season 1.
- 104a. D.W.'s Imaginary Friend (Francine)
- 108a. Arthur's New Puppy (Francine)
- 109a. Arthur Babysits (Francine)
- 112a. Arthur Writes a Story (Binky)
- 113a. So Long, Spanky (Francine)
- 115b. Grandpa Dave's Old Country Farm
- 118a. Arthur's Chicken Pox
- 120b. The Half-Baked Sale (Francine)
- 124b. D.W. Gets Lost (Binky)
- 130b. Arthur's New Year's Eve (Francine)
- Arthur Meets Mister Rogers (Francine)
- Go to Your Room, D.W. (Binky)
- Arthur's TV-Free Week (Binky)
- D.W.'s Deer Friend (Binky)
- Grandma Thora Appreciation Day (Binky)
- D.W. All Fired Up (Binky) (D.W. screams before saying "Hey!" when she picks up Toady)
- D.W.'s Library Card (Francine) (D.W. is silent.)
- Arthur's Family Feud (D.W. screams before saying “Yay!” when she picks up Toady. Note, the screaming is still dubbed by Michael Caloz, but when she says "Yay!" it is dubbed by Oliver Grainger.
- D.W., Dancing Queen (Francine) (D.W. is silent.)
- A is for Angry (D.W. screams before saying “Yay!” when she picks up Toady)
- D.W., Bossy Boots (D.W. says “Hey!” when she picks up Toady)
- D.W.'s Furry Freak-out (D.W. is silent.)
- D.W. Unties the Knot (Binky) (D.W. says “No!” instead of screaming)
- The Last King of Lambland (Binky) (D.W. doesn’t say anything)
Magnifying GlassBuster is searching the sides of the center circle, he goes behind it and it magnifies his face. He either says "Hey!" or "Ah!".
Mostly used for episodes revolving around Buster. This title card was introduced in Season 3.
- The Ballad of Buster Baxter (Francine) (Buster says "Hey!")
- The Long, Dull Winter (Binky) (Buster says "Ah!")
- The Fright Stuff (Buster)
- 1001 Dads (Francine) (Buster says "Ah ha!")
- Sleep No More (Francine) (Buster says "Hey!)
- Bitzi's Break Up (Francine) (Buster says "Hey!")
- Buster's Green Thumb (Muffy)
- Flaw and Order (Binky) (Buster says "Hey!")
- Germophobia (Francine) (Buster says "Hey!")
- The Chronicles of Buster (Binky) (Buster says "Hey!")
- The Secret Guardians (Binky)
- The Buster Report (George)
- Buster the Lounge Lizard (Francine)
- Through the Looking Glasses (D.W.)
Hide and Seek Circle
Arthur is seen sneaking away from the Central Circle's view just as D.W. passes in front of it looking for him. She looks for Arthur within the circle only for him to peek at her from behind unnoticed before hiding behind. D.W. gives up and says his name only for her side of the circle to rotate 180 degrees to show Arthur in Central Circle's view where he says "Shh!" to the audience.
This title card is usually used in episodes involving secrets and/or Arthur and D.W.. It was introduced in Season 2. This title card was retired after Season 14.
- D.W.'s Name Game (Francine)
- Revenge of the Chip (Francine)
- D.W.'s Perfect Wish (Binky)
- Prove It (Buster) (D.W.’s voice is dubbed by Oliver Grainger)
- Arthur and the Big Riddle (Buster) (D.W's voice is dubbed back by Michael Caloz in the title card)
- For Whom the Bell Tolls (Binky)
- Ants in Arthur's Pants (Buster)
- Desperately Seeking Stanley (Francine) (Arthur's pants are light purple)
- The Secret About Secrets (Binky)
- Hic or Treat (Binky) (Arthur's pants are green and D.W.'s dress is an orange hue)
- In My Africa (D.W.) (D.W.’s voice is dubbed by Robert Naylor)
Arthur Takes a BathD.W. walks up to the center circle, looking for Arthur and opens the shower curtain. Arthur is behind the shower curtain, taking a bath and screams or yells "Hey!" when he notices D.W. He is embarrassed and sinks lower into the bathtub. Sometimes D.W. may meekly say "Oops", or scream herself ("Ihh!") or be silent. On at least two earlier episodes, Arthur yells "D.W.!" after the "Oops".
This title card is usually used in episodes about embarrassing situations. It was introduced in Season 2. This title card was retired after Season 14.
- D.W. Blows the Whistle (Francine) (Arthur gasps, and D.W. says “Uh-oh”)
- Arthur vs. the Very Mean Crossing Guard (Binky)
- Arthur and D.W. Clean Up (Francine)
- The Chips are Down (Binky)
- The Rat Who Came to Dinner (Francine) (Arthur screams, and D.W screams "IHH"
- My Music Rules (Buster)
- Arthur Unravels (Sue Ellen) (Arthur’s scream is dubbed by Dallas Jokic)
- D.W.'s Time Trouble (Buster)
- The Lousy Week (Buster)
- Bleep (Francine)
- Arthur Weighs In (Binky)
- The Making of Arthur (Francine)
- Bats in the Belfry (Muffy)
Hot-Air BalloonArthur, Mr. Read, Buster, Francine and Muffy go up in a hot-air balloon, with the center circle being the balloon.
Used in episodes about groups of characters. Introduced in Season 5.
- Double Dare (Francine)
- Jenna's Bedtime Blues (Buster)
- April 9th (Buster)
- Fernfern and the Secret of Moose Mountain (Binky)
- Castles in the Sky (Binky)
- Desert Island Dish (Binky)
- Dancing Fools (Binky)
- Arthur's Number Nightmare (Binky)
- Around the World in 11 Minutes (Francine)
- Cents-less (Binky)
- Muffy's Classy Classics Club (D.W.)
Arthur Playing a Slot Machine
Arthur pulls down a lever and a picture of the center character appears. The only 4 characters seen for this title card are George, Muffy, Sue Ellen, and the Brain, whom there's only one for. A slot machine sound is heard when each section of the face appears. Arthur does a ta-da pose.
This title card was introduced in Season 5. The character fully shown in the slot machine is who the episode focuses on. This title card was used twice in the half-hour episode Do You Speak George?/World Girls, disregarding the difference in character face shown.
- The Boy with His Head in the Clouds (Muffy)
- Big Horns George (Binky)
- George Blows His Top (Binky)
- Do You Speak George? (Binky)
- The Silent Treatment (Binky)
- When Carl Met George (Arthur)
- The Long Road Home (George)
- The Election (Francine)
- Lights, Camera... Opera! (Binky)
- Muffy and the Big Bad Blog (Brain)
- Muffy's Art Attack (Binky)
- Muffy Gets Mature (Francine)
- World Girls (Francine)
- Spoiled Rotten! (Francine)
- The Butler Did... What? (Arthur)
Brain UnderwaterIdentical to Arthur Underwater, but Arthur is replaced by Brain, the fish are dark grey and Pal is darker. Brain originally said “Yeah!“, but after his voice actor changed to Steven Crowder, he said "Hey!" On other occasions, he says nothing.
This title occurs when Brain is the central character. This title card was introduced in Season 3, and is most notably used during a fantasy sequence in "And Now Let's Talk to Some Kids". This title card was retired after Season 14.
- Sue Ellen and the Brainasaurous (Francine) (Brain says “Yeah!”)
- What is that Thing? (Buster) (Brain says “Yeah!”)
- It's a No-Brainer (Francine)
- Friday the 13th (Binky)
- Bugged (Francine)
- Breezy Listening Blues (Binky) (Brain is silent)
- Brain's Shocking Secret (Binky)
- Brain Gets Hooked (Muffy) (Brain is silent)
- Nicked by a Name (Brain) (Brain says “Cool!”)
Big Bird FootArthur, Buster, Brain, Muffy, and Francine work together to break the egg they're in, the top half cracks open and falls to the left. A large bird claw then appears and they all gasp and clear the screen. Starting with Season 11, the sound of everyone gasping was changed, and Muffy yells "Aah!" as she runs away.
Mostly used for episodes involving many of the characters. This title card was first used in Season 5.
- The World Record (Francine)
- Best of the Nest (Binky)
- Don't Ask Muffy (Buster)
- Sue Ellen Chickens Out (Francine)
- The Law of the Jungle Gym (Muffy)
- What's Cooking? (Binky)
- For the Birds (Binky)
- The Perfect Game (Binky)
- Prunella and the Haunted Locker (Muffy)
- S.W.E.A.T. (D.W.)
- Tales of Grotesquely Grim Bunny (Francine)
Family PhotoThe Read Family is taking a photo, they're all ready until suddenly, Kate starts crying. But it's too late because Arthur has taken the picture and it turns out chaotic. Thora pushed David and tries to kiss Kate and Grandpa steps back.
This title card was used in episodes dealing with family matters or the Read Family are central characters. It was introduced in Season 2.
- Arthur the Loser (Francine)
- D.W.'s Very Bad Mood (Francine) (Kate's crying sound is different.)
- Background Blues (Binky)
- Dad's Dessert Dilemma (Binky)
- Clarissa is Cracked (Francine)
- The Blizzard (Buster)
- The Big Dig (Buster)
- Arthur Loses His Marbles (Muffy)
- Is There a Doctor in the House? (Buster)
- All Worked Up (Muffy)
- Happy Anniversary (Francine)
- The Frensky Family Fiasco (Muffy)
- The Blackout (Binky)
- No Acting, Please (Muffy)
- Grandpa Dave's Memory Album (D.W.)
Prunella Sees the FuturePrunella is performing as a fortune teller on stage, saying: "now, I predict that you will shortly see...", at which point the lights flicker and go out with a zap and the title is spoken.
- Prunella Gets it Twice (Buster)
- Prunella's Prediction (Buster)
- Prunella's Special Edition (Muffy)
- Prunella Sees the Light (Francine)
- Three's a Crowd (Binky)
- Prunella Packs It In (Binky)
- Prunella and the Disappointing Ending (Binky)
- Prunella the Packrat (Binky)
Binky Blows a BubbleBinky is chewing pink gum and blows a bubble that pops once it reaches the size of the center circle. Strings of gum hang everywhere, he struggles, but is unable to get out.
Used usually in episodes with Binky as the central character. This title card was introduced in Season 2.
- Love Notes for Muffy (Binky)
- How the Cookie Crumbles (Binky)
- Sue Ellen's Little Sister (Francine)
- Binky Rules (Binky)
- Binky Barnes, Wingman (Francine)
- Brother, Can You Spare a Clarinet? (Muffy)
- Rhyme for Your Life (Muffy)
- Waiting to Go (Francine)
- Thanks a Lot, Binky (Francine)
- Binky Goes Nuts (Muffy)
- Binky vs. Binky (Francine)
- Big Brother Binky (Francine)
- The Good, the Bad, and the Binky (Muffy) (Binky is silent)
- I Wanna Hold Your Hand (Francine)
- What's in a Name? (Brain) (Binky is silent)
Fairy D.W.D.W. swings down, tied to the end of a rope, in a fairy costume; she uses her wand to make Arthur appear and do a Ta-da! pose, and promptly turns his head into that of a frog that croaks. Popping sounds are heard when she uses her wand. This is one of two post-Season 1 titles to have the edges of the circle vibrating, similar to the Season 1 title cards (the other one being Pal Howls).
This is another title used for episodes focusing on D.W. herself. This was introduced in Season 5.
- Just Desserts (Buster)
- More! (Binky)
- Return of the Snowball (Buster)
- Kiss and Tell (Francine)
- Operation: D.W.! (Binky)
- D.W. on Ice (Binky)
- D.W.'s Stray Netkitten (Binky)
- D.W., Queen of the Comeback (Brain)
- Best Enemies (Francine)
Fern WritingFern is pictured in the central circle, sitting at a desk and writing intently.
This title card was first utilized in Season 10, and has since been used when Fern is the focus of the episode.
Unlike the other title cards (before season 16) Fern Writing shows an actual image from an episode, namely Fern writing her first letter in "Fern and Persimmony Glitchet".
- Fern and Persimmony Glitchet (Francine)
- Phony Fern (Francine)
- War of the Worms (Muffy)
- Kung Fool (Binky)
- Fernlets by Fern (Binky)
- The Trouble with Trophies (D.W.)
Buster Arrives on a SpaceshipA spaceship, the central circle, flies in and lands (causing dust clouds to form) with what looks like a blue alien that has red eyes. The top half of the circle, which is transparent, opens to the right and the alien reaches for its head, starting to twist it. It pops off, revealing a smiling Buster wearing an old-fashioned space suit and a helmet.
Usually used in episodes with lots of science fiction, futuristic themes, and/or Buster. Introduced in Season 3.
- Buster's Back (Binky)
- Buster's Growing Grudge (Binky)
- What Scared Sue Ellen? (Francine)
- Kids are from Earth, Parents are from Pluto (Buster)
- Bitzi's Beau (Francine)
- The Boy Who Cried Comet (Binky)
- The World of Tomorrow (Francine)
- Postcards from Buster (Francine)
- Buster the Myth Maker (Muffy)
- Buster's Special Delivery (Francine)
- Mr. Alwaysright (Francine)
- I Owe You One (Binky)
- Home Sweet Home (Binky) (The top half of the central circle and dust clouds are green, Buster says “Hey!” when he takes his helmet off)
- Buster Spaces Out (George) (Buster laughs when he takes his helmet off)
- To Eat or Not to Eat (Francine) (Buster laughs when he takes his helmet off)
StampedeArthur starts running, then the rest of the kids start running after him. Arthur jumps on the back of D.W.'s tricycle or (sometimes he says "Yee-haw!" or "Yahoo!").
This title card is used when it's about Arthur and his friends or bicycles/sports. Introduced in Season 2.
- Buster Hits the Books (Francine)
- Finders Key-pers (Binky)
- And Now Let's Talk to Some Kids (Francine)
- Arthur Rides the Bandwagon (Francine)
- Muffy's New Best Friend (Buster)
- The Contest (Francine)
- The Cave (Buster)
- Muffy's Soccer Shocker (Binky)
- Elwood City Turns 100! (Buster)
- Desk Wars (Binky)
- Tipping the Scales (Muffy)
- The "A" Team (Muffy)
- Arthur Changes Gears (Francine) (Arthur says “Yeah! Woo-hoo!”)
- Room to Ride (Muffy) (Arthur is silent)
- The Great MacGrady (Muffy) (Arthur is silent)
- The Play's the Thing (George)
- Follow the Bouncing Ball (D.W.)
- All the Rage (D.W.)
- Fifteen (Francine)
Car Getting TowedA man is in his car while it is being towed along the road.
Used in episodes involving cars in the plot. This was the last of the intertitles to be introduced, as it first appeared in Season 6.
Pal HowlsPal sniffs around, howls, sniffs again, and walks away. This is one of two post-Season 1 titles to have the edges of the circle vibrating similar to the Season 1 title cards (the other one being Fairy D.W.).
Originally used for episodes dealing with losing something/someone or scary/sad situations, but later became used mostly for episodes focusing on Pal and Kate. This was first used in Season 2, and was the first title card to be made outside of the original six that were made for Season 1. It was retired after Season 14.
- Lost! (Francine)
- Arthur's Faraway Friend (Binky)
- Sue Ellen's Lost Diary (Francine)
- Mom and Dad Have a Great Big Fight (Binky)
- Pet Peeved (Buster)
- The Secret Life of Dogs and Babies (Binky)
- The Great Sock Mystery (Buster)
- It Came From Beyond (Binky)
- Flea to Be You and Me (Binky)
- Mei Lin Takes a Stand (Muffy)
- Paradise Lost (Muffy)
- The Great Lint Rush (Sue Ellen)
- Pet Projects (Binky)
D.W. is sitting, enjoying a book until some octopus arms, coming from the centre circle, grabs her shoulder. This causes her to scream and run away (sometimes she is still screaming off camera). The Tibbles then come up from under the octopus arms, revealing that they are the ones that were responsible, they then laugh.
Used when one or both of the Tibbles are the central character(s). First used in Season 3. It was retired after Season 13.
- I'd Rather Read It Myself (Binky)
- Attack of the Turbo Tibbles (Binky) (D.W. has an extra scream after running off screen)
- Double Tibble Trouble (Francine) (D.W.’s scream and the Tibbles’ laughter are different)
- To Tibble the Truth (Buster)
- My Fair Tommy (Binky)
- Mind Your Manners (Francine)
- A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Tibble (Binky)
A short clip from the actual episode is featured in the circle. First used in the "The Good Sport" from season 6, and "Buenas Noches, Vicita" from season 11. While North American airings continued to use the old style title cards, the scene title cards became the only title card type for international airings throughout Seasons 14 and 15. They became the universal title card style in Season 16, being used to present. These have also been used on remasters of Seasons 1, 2 and 3 in syndication internationally.