|"The Curse of the Grebes"|
|Number in season:||6A|
|Original Airdate:|| May 22, 2006|
November 9, 2006
|Written by:||Stephanie Simpson|
|Storyboard by:|| Elie Klimos|
"Flaw and Order"
"Arthur Changes Gears"
Can the addition of three new players help the Elwood City Grebes win their first baseball championship since 1918?
- In the grocery store, Winlin recited the first stanza of Emily Dickinson's poem, "Hope is the Thing with Feathers," which Buster later chants out the first line during the Grebes' game.
- When Muffy changed her Grebes' hat to a Kings' hat, the Grebes started winning, and every time Muffy was at a game, the Grebes lost.
- This episode takes place in the Fall of 2005.
- The episode's title is a reference to the "Curse of the Bambino", and thus, the Elwood City Grebes are a reference to the Boston Red Sox and the Crown City Kings are a parody of the New York Yankees.
- This is the second episode where the last scene shows a child character as an old adult. The first was And Now Let's Talk to Some Kids.
- Like all episodes of Season 10, this episode included the number '10' hidden in various places. For a list of them, see ARTHUR Season 10 Scavenger Hunt.