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'''Season 5''' of {{Arthur}} premiered in the United States on September 4, 2000 on [[PBS]] starting with "[[Arthur and the Big Riddle]]" and ending on November 6, 2000 with "[[Muffy Gets Mature]]". The TV special "[[Arthur's Perfect Christmas]]" served as its finale.{{Cite}}
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'''Season 5''' of {{Arthur}} premiered in the United States on September 25, 2000<ref>https://web.archive.org/web/20010512150738/http://www.ket.org:80/visions/sep00/vl000925_frame.html</ref><ref>https://web.archive.org/web/20000818085810/http://www.pbs.org:80/wgbh/arthur/tv/2000-09.html#501</ref> on [[PBS]] starting with "[[Arthur and the Big Riddle]]" and ending on November 27, 2000 with "[[Muffy Gets Mature]]". The TV special "[[Arthur's Perfect Christmas]]" premiered alongside this season, with its debut on November 23, 2000.
   
 
This was the final season with [[Michael Yarmush]] as the voice of [[Arthur Read|Arthur]]. It was also [[Steven Crowder]]'s first season as [[Alan Powers|Brain]].
 
This was the final season with [[Michael Yarmush]] as the voice of [[Arthur Read|Arthur]]. It was also [[Steven Crowder]]'s first season as [[Alan Powers|Brain]].
   
[[Arthur's New Friend]] was released around this time, but is not considered part of the season.
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"[[Arthur's New Friend]]" was released around this time, but is not considered part of the season.
   
 
==Episodes==
 
==Episodes==
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| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | September 4, 2000
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| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | [[Arthur Read|Arthur]] goes on the game show, ''[[Riddle Quest]]'', against a [[Charlotte Bickles|really smart contestant]]. In the final round, he must decide between winning and his friends. [[Alex Trebek]] guest stars as the host, [[Alex Lebeck]].
 
| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | [[Arthur Read|Arthur]] goes on the game show, ''[[Riddle Quest]]'', against a [[Charlotte Bickles|really smart contestant]]. In the final round, he must decide between winning and his friends. [[Alex Trebek]] guest stars as the host, [[Alex Lebeck]].
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| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | September 4, 2000
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| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | September 25, 2000
 
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| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | Arthur, [[Buster Baxter|Buster]], [[Francine Frensky|Francine]], and [[Alan Powers|the Brain]] resent the large amount of homework they are assigned, which culminates in a large number of dares issued to skip school. However, the next morning, everyone agrees to call off the plot due to guilt (personified by a giant clam). Francine fails to receive the message and carries on with it.
 
| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | Arthur, [[Buster Baxter|Buster]], [[Francine Frensky|Francine]], and [[Alan Powers|the Brain]] resent the large amount of homework they are assigned, which culminates in a large number of dares issued to skip school. However, the next morning, everyone agrees to call off the plot due to guilt (personified by a giant clam). Francine fails to receive the message and carries on with it.
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| width="13%" align="center" height="19" | 2a
 
| width="13%" align="center" height="19" | 2a
| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | September 11, 2000
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| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | October 2, 2000
 
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| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | [[Lakewood Elementary School|Lakewood Elementary]] is having an open house and Arthur and his friends are embarrassed by how their parents will act judging from the previous year's open house. This prompts [[Sue Ellen Armstrong|Sue Ellen]] to ask her parents to act more "normal".
 
| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | [[Lakewood Elementary School|Lakewood Elementary]] is having an open house and Arthur and his friends are embarrassed by how their parents will act judging from the previous year's open house. This prompts [[Sue Ellen Armstrong|Sue Ellen]] to ask her parents to act more "normal".
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| width="13%" align="center" height="19" | 2b
| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | September 11, 2000
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| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | October 2, 2000
 
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| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | Buster wants the new [[CyberToy]], but they're too expensive, so while he's at the [[Jim's Drugstore|drugstore]] he slips one into Arthur's backpack without him noticing. He feels guilty later, so he and Arthur try to return it without getting into trouble.
 
| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | Buster wants the new [[CyberToy]], but they're too expensive, so while he's at the [[Jim's Drugstore|drugstore]] he slips one into Arthur's backpack without him noticing. He feels guilty later, so he and Arthur try to return it without getting into trouble.
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| width="13%" align="center" height="19" | 3a
| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | September 18, 2000
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| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | October 9, 2000
 
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| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | Buster beats the Brain at a class Mathathon, so the Brain gives up on his studies and Buster must represent the class. Buster realizes that he can't do so and comes up with several plans to turn the Brain back to the way he is.
 
| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | Buster beats the Brain at a class Mathathon, so the Brain gives up on his studies and Buster must represent the class. Buster realizes that he can't do so and comes up with several plans to turn the Brain back to the way he is.
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| width="13%" align="center" height="19" | 3b
| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | September 18, 2000
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| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | October 9, 2000
 
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| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | Arthur, Buster, [[Binky Barnes|Binky]], Sue Ellen, and the Brain are excited that [[David Read|Arthur's dad]] is going to take them some place better than [[Aqualand]]. Although disappointed that they're brought to the beach, he tells them about Ocean Zone and leaves them to find it. They have fun at the beach and realize that ''it'' is Ocean Zone.
 
| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | Arthur, Buster, [[Binky Barnes|Binky]], Sue Ellen, and the Brain are excited that [[David Read|Arthur's dad]] is going to take them some place better than [[Aqualand]]. Although disappointed that they're brought to the beach, he tells them about Ocean Zone and leaves them to find it. They have fun at the beach and realize that ''it'' is Ocean Zone.
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| width="13%" align="center" height="19" | 4a
| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | September 25, 2000
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| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | October 16, 2000
 
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| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | Arthur and his friends attempt to break a world record by making the world's largest pizza.
 
| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | Arthur and his friends attempt to break a world record by making the world's largest pizza.
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| width="13%" align="center" height="19" | 4b
 
| width="13%" align="center" height="19" | 4b
| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | September 25, 2000
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| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | October 16, 2000
 
|-
 
|-
 
| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | [[Nigel Ratburn|Mr. Ratburn]]'s class takes a field trip to some caves in [[Palisades Park]]. Arthur is afraid of going into the caves, but inside, he's not the one that's spooked the most. He uses what his dad told him and gets everyone out of there calmly.
 
| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | [[Nigel Ratburn|Mr. Ratburn]]'s class takes a field trip to some caves in [[Palisades Park]]. Arthur is afraid of going into the caves, but inside, he's not the one that's spooked the most. He uses what his dad told him and gets everyone out of there calmly.
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| width="13%" align="center" height="19" | 5a
| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | October 2, 2000
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| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | October 23, 2000
 
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| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | When [[Muffy Crosswire|Muffy]] gets lice, she is nervous about how her friends will feel. However, it ends up spreading to everyone at school, forcing them to be checked everyday and instead of doing homework, are forced to stay up late and have their parents take nits out of their hair.
 
| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | When [[Muffy Crosswire|Muffy]] gets lice, she is nervous about how her friends will feel. However, it ends up spreading to everyone at school, forcing them to be checked everyday and instead of doing homework, are forced to stay up late and have their parents take nits out of their hair.
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| width="13%" align="center" height="19" | 5b
 
| width="13%" align="center" height="19" | 5b
| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | October 2, 2000
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| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | October 23, 2000
 
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| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | Arthur is training for and running a 3k race. Everything is seen from his point-of-view the whole episode.
 
| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | Arthur is training for and running a 3k race. Everything is seen from his point-of-view the whole episode.
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| height="19" align="center" width="13%" | 81
 
| width="13%" align="center" height="19" | 6a
 
| width="13%" align="center" height="19" | 6a
| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | October 9, 2000
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| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | October 30, 2000
 
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| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | Mr. Ratburn's class holds a class election. Muffy takes the candidacy for class president seriously and a competitive campaign against Arthur ensues. However, they both lose to Binky and learn about elections and campaigning in the process.
 
| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | Mr. Ratburn's class holds a class election. Muffy takes the candidacy for class president seriously and a competitive campaign against Arthur ensues. However, they both lose to Binky and learn about elections and campaigning in the process.
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| height="19" align="center" width="13%" | 81
 
| width="13%" align="center" height="19" | 6b
 
| width="13%" align="center" height="19" | 6b
| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | October 9, 2000
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| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | October 30, 2000
 
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| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | Being annoyed by her new neighbor, Francine tries to get her to move by setting traps to scare her. This doesn't work and she makes a new friend as she gets to know her.
 
| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | Being annoyed by her new neighbor, Francine tries to get her to move by setting traps to scare her. This doesn't work and she makes a new friend as she gets to know her.
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| width="13%" align="center" height="19" | 7a
 
| width="13%" align="center" height="19" | 7a
| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | October 16, 2000
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| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | November 6, 2000
 
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| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | Buster believes its his destiny to go to [[Pizza Paula's]] Pizzaland and win the pizza-eating contest for free pizza for life. While he is there, he goes back to the hotel room to sleep early for the contest, except he can't fall asleep.
 
| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | Buster believes its his destiny to go to [[Pizza Paula's]] Pizzaland and win the pizza-eating contest for free pizza for life. While he is there, he goes back to the hotel room to sleep early for the contest, except he can't fall asleep.
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| width="13%" align="center" height="19" | 7b
 
| width="13%" align="center" height="19" | 7b
| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | October 16, 2000
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| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | November 6, 2000
 
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|-
 
| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | Francine pays Binky to look after [[Nemo]] for the weekend, but he doesn't take a look at her written instructions. When Nemo acts strangely at the mention of her, Binky keeps him away from her, thinking she is a bad owner.
 
| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | Francine pays Binky to look after [[Nemo]] for the weekend, but he doesn't take a look at her written instructions. When Nemo acts strangely at the mention of her, Binky keeps him away from her, thinking she is a bad owner.
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| height="19" align="center" width="13%" | 83
 
| width="13%" align="center" height="19" | 8a
 
| width="13%" align="center" height="19" | 8a
| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | October 23, 2000
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| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | November 13, 2000
 
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| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | When [[D.W. Read|D.W.]] favorite show, ''[[Mary Moo Cow (show)|Mary Moo Cow]]'', is canceled, she starts a petition to try to get it back on the air and visits its set at the TV station.
 
| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | When [[D.W. Read|D.W.]] favorite show, ''[[Mary Moo Cow (show)|Mary Moo Cow]]'', is canceled, she starts a petition to try to get it back on the air and visits its set at the TV station.
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| width="13%" align="center" height="19" | 8b
 
| width="13%" align="center" height="19" | 8b
| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | October 23, 2000
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| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | November 13, 2000
 
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| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | [[Bitzi Baxter|Buster's mom]] has a boyfriend and he is nervous to meet him. At first he thinks it's Mr. Ratburn but finds out it's not. When he eventually meets her boyfriend, [[Harry Mills|Harry]], he finds out he's not so bad.
 
| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | [[Bitzi Baxter|Buster's mom]] has a boyfriend and he is nervous to meet him. At first he thinks it's Mr. Ratburn but finds out it's not. When he eventually meets her boyfriend, [[Harry Mills|Harry]], he finds out he's not so bad.
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| height="19" align="center" width="13%" | 84
 
| width="13%" align="center" height="19" | 9a
 
| width="13%" align="center" height="19" | 9a
| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | October 30, 2000
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| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | November 20, 2000
 
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| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | Arthur has a stomachache after eating too many sweets and has dreams involving fairy tales made famous by the Brothers Grimm.
 
| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | Arthur has a stomachache after eating too many sweets and has dreams involving fairy tales made famous by the Brothers Grimm.
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| height="19" align="center" width="13%" | 84
 
| width="13%" align="center" height="19" | 9b
 
| width="13%" align="center" height="19" | 9b
| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | October 30, 2000
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| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | November 20, 2000
 
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| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | Arthur and D.W. don't want to spend time with [[Dave|Grandpa Dave]] because all he does is play checkers and sleep. He tells them about a buried family treasure, but they don't want to wait up for him so they take the map and look for it themselves.
 
| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | Arthur and D.W. don't want to spend time with [[Dave|Grandpa Dave]] because all he does is play checkers and sleep. He tells them about a buried family treasure, but they don't want to wait up for him so they take the map and look for it themselves.
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| width="13%" align="center" height="19" | 10a
| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | November 6, 2000
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| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | November 27, 2000
 
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| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | After Mr. Read's soufflé is destroyed, Arthur and D.W. both explain their sides of the story and ultimately attempt to bake one to compensate for the one they destroyed.
 
| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | After Mr. Read's soufflé is destroyed, Arthur and D.W. both explain their sides of the story and ultimately attempt to bake one to compensate for the one they destroyed.
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| width="13%" align="center" height="19" | 10b
 
| width="13%" align="center" height="19" | 10b
| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | November 6, 2000
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| width="20%" align="center" height="19" | November 27, 2000
 
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| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | Muffy hangs out with Francine's sister, [[Catherine Frensky|Catherine]], because Francine is not mature enough. Catherine's friends don't receive her well and ridicule her because she uses "Mature Miss" as her guide for acting mature.
 
| width="88%" colspan="4" height="81" | Muffy hangs out with Francine's sister, [[Catherine Frensky|Catherine]], because Francine is not mature enough. Catherine's friends don't receive her well and ridicule her because she uses "Mature Miss" as her guide for acting mature.

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Season 5 of Arthur premiered in the United States on September 25, 2000[1][2] on PBS starting with "Arthur and the Big Riddle" and ending on November 27, 2000 with "Muffy Gets Mature". The TV special "Arthur's Perfect Christmas" premiered alongside this season, with its debut on November 23, 2000.

This was the final season with Michael Yarmush as the voice of Arthur. It was also Steven Crowder's first season as Brain.

"Arthur's New Friend" was released around this time, but is not considered part of the season.

Episodes

Screenshot Title Number Episode Original Airdate
Arthur and the Big Riddle "Arthur and the Big Riddle" 76 1a September 25, 2000
Arthur goes on the game show, Riddle Quest, against a really smart contestant. In the final round, he must decide between winning and his friends. Alex Trebek guest stars as the host, Alex Lebeck.
Double Dare "Double Dare" 76 1b September 25, 2000
Arthur, Buster, Francine, and the Brain resent the large amount of homework they are assigned, which culminates in a large number of dares issued to skip school. However, the next morning, everyone agrees to call off the plot due to guilt (personified by a giant clam). Francine fails to receive the message and carries on with it.
Kids Are from Earth, Parents Are from Pluto "Kids are from Earth, Parents are from Pluto" 77 2a October 2, 2000
Lakewood Elementary is having an open house and Arthur and his friends are embarrassed by how their parents will act judging from the previous year's open house. This prompts Sue Ellen to ask her parents to act more "normal".
Jim&#039;s drug store "Nerves of Steal" 77 2b October 2, 2000
Buster wants the new CyberToy, but they're too expensive, so while he's at the drugstore he slips one into Arthur's backpack without him noticing. He feels guilty later, so he and Arthur try to return it without getting into trouble.
It&#039;s a No-Brainer "It's a No-Brainer" 78 3a October 9, 2000
Buster beats the Brain at a class Mathathon, so the Brain gives up on his studies and Buster must represent the class. Buster realizes that he can't do so and comes up with several plans to turn the Brain back to the way he is.
The Shore Thing 8 "The Shore Thing" 78 3b October 9, 2000
Arthur, Buster, Binky, Sue Ellen, and the Brain are excited that Arthur's dad is going to take them some place better than Aqualand. Although disappointed that they're brought to the beach, he tells them about Ocean Zone and leaves them to find it. They have fun at the beach and realize that it is Ocean Zone.
The World Record "The World Record" 79 4a October 16, 2000
Arthur and his friends attempt to break a world record by making the world's largest pizza.
The Cave "The Cave" 79 4b October 16, 2000
Mr. Ratburn's class takes a field trip to some caves in Palisades Park. Arthur is afraid of going into the caves, but inside, he's not the one that's spooked the most. He uses what his dad told him and gets everyone out of there calmly.
The Lousy Week "The Lousy Week" 80 5a October 23, 2000
When Muffy gets lice, she is nervous about how her friends will feel. However, it ends up spreading to everyone at school, forcing them to be checked everyday and instead of doing homework, are forced to stay up late and have their parents take nits out of their hair.
You Are Arthur "You Are Arthur" 80 5b October 23, 2000
Arthur is training for and running a 3k race. Everything is seen from his point-of-view the whole episode.
The Election "The Election" 81 6a October 30, 2000
Mr. Ratburn's class holds a class election. Muffy takes the candidacy for class president seriously and a competitive campaign against Arthur ensues. However, they both lose to Binky and learn about elections and campaigning in the process.
FGTW "Francine Goes to War" 81 6b October 30, 2000
Being annoyed by her new neighbor, Francine tries to get her to move by setting traps to scare her. This doesn't work and she makes a new friend as she gets to know her.
Sleep No More "Sleep No More" 82 7a November 6, 2000
Buster believes its his destiny to go to Pizza Paula's Pizzaland and win the pizza-eating contest for free pizza for life. While he is there, he goes back to the hotel room to sleep early for the contest, except he can't fall asleep.
Pet Peeved "Pet Peeved" 82 7b November 6, 2000
Francine pays Binky to look after Nemo for the weekend, but he doesn't take a look at her written instructions. When Nemo acts strangely at the mention of her, Binky keeps him away from her, thinking she is a bad owner.
The Last Of Mary Moo Cow 1 "The Last of Mary Moo Cow" 83 8a November 13, 2000
When D.W. favorite show, Mary Moo Cow, is canceled, she starts a petition to try to get it back on the air and visits its set at the TV station.
Bitzi&#039;s Beau "Bitzi's Beau" 83 8b November 13, 2000
Buster's mom has a boyfriend and he is nervous to meet him. At first he thinks it's Mr. Ratburn but finds out it's not. When he eventually meets her boyfriend, Harry, he finds out he's not so bad.
Just Desserts "Just Desserts" 84 9a November 20, 2000
Arthur has a stomachache after eating too many sweets and has dreams involving fairy tales made famous by the Brothers Grimm.
The Big Dig "The Big Dig" 84 9b November 20, 2000
Arthur and D.W. don't want to spend time with Grandpa Dave because all he does is play checkers and sleep. He tells them about a buried family treasure, but they don't want to wait up for him so they take the map and look for it themselves.
Arthur&#039;s Family Feud "Arthur's Family Feud" 85 10a November 27, 2000
After Mr. Read's soufflé is destroyed, Arthur and D.W. both explain their sides of the story and ultimately attempt to bake one to compensate for the one they destroyed.
Muffy Gets Mature "Muffy Gets Mature" 85 10b November 27, 2000
Muffy hangs out with Francine's sister, Catherine, because Francine is not mature enough. Catherine's friends don't receive her well and ridicule her because she uses "Mature Miss" as her guide for acting mature.

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