|"Muffy Misses Out"|
|Number in season:||4a|
|Original Airdate:|| February 12, 2018|
February 13, 2018
|Written by:||Matt Hoverman|
|Storyboard by:||Allan Jeffery|
"Sue Ellen & the Last Page"
"Arthur Takes a Stand"
When Muffy's ideas are ignored when she goes on a trip, she starts to wonder if she really matters.
- Millicent Crosswire
- Ed Crosswire
- Buster Baxter
- Arthur Read
- George Lundgren
- Molly MacDonald
- Alan Powers
- Mr. Haney
- Nigel Ratburn
- Catherine Frensky (mentioned)
- Chip Crosswire (indirectly mentioned)
- Jenna Morgan
- The closing credits for this episode include a cover of Believe in Yourself performed by Chance the Rapper, Peter Cottontale, Nate Fox, Donnie Trumpet and Stix for Social Experiment.
- In the scene where Muffy pretends to be sick, Waldo is shown physically as a stuffed animal, but in "The Friend Who Wasn't There," he is shown to be imaginary when Muffy talks to him at the end.
- There is convenient censoring of Michelangelo's David when Muffy poses for a picture in front of the sculpture, as her head blocks the pelvic region.
- Mr. Haney wears a face mask when he takes a beignet from the bake sale. This is the same mask he wears at the Halloween party in "Arthur and the Haunted Tree House."
- When Muffy is giving orders in the hallway at Lakewood, the room numbers are backward (i.e., the background is flipped horizontally).
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