return to the jungle

the signs as obscure disney women
  • aries: franny robinson (meet the robinsons)
  • taurus: miss bianca (the rescuers)
  • gemini: georgette (oliver & company)
  • cancer: big mama (the fox & the hound)
  • leo: abby mallard (chicken little)
  • virgo: shanti (the jungle book)
  • libra: celia mae (monsters, inc.)
  • scorpio: colette tatou (ratatouille)
  • sagittarius: jane darling (return to neverland)
  • capricorn: captain amelia (treasure planet)
  • aquarius: roxanne (a goofy movie)
  • pisces: olivia flaversham (the great mouse detective)

Disney xd on thanksgiving weekend: here’s the series premiere of big hero 6, also a Pokémon movie which celebrates its 20th anniversary!!

Nickelodeon on thanksgiving weekend: here’s the hey Arnold movie you’ve been waiting for over 15 years!!

Cartoon Network on thanksgiving weekend: here’s the 200th fucking episode of teen titans go

Mingyu returning from the jungle
  • Mingyu: *shows up at the door* hey guise
  • SVT: *glances nonchalantly* oh you're back? Already? We barely missed you
  • Mingyu: ...
  • SVT: ...
  • Mingyu: umm okay. Well, anyway, I'm out of shampoo so I'm gonna head out to the st-
  • Jihoon: *clings onto Mingyu's legs*
  • Minghao: *climbs onto Mingyu's back*
  • Wonwoo: *koala bear hugs Mingyu*
  • S.coups: *opens wallet* if you can promise me that i will fUCKING PAY YOU
20 Things You Should Know About Hey Arnold! on Its 20th Anniversary

Believe it or not, it’s been 20 years since Hey Arnold! first premiered on Nickelodeon! That’s right — on October 7, 1996, everyone’s favorite football head graced our TV screens, bringing his tall-haired best friend, an angry unibrowed little girl and a gaggle of other weird, wonderful characters along for the ride. To celebrate, we put together a list of fun facts you should know about the series. Read on, and enjoy Hey Arnold! every night on The Splat!

1. Hey Arnold! began as a series of claymation shorts creator Craig Bartlett developed independently. The third short was made for Sesame Street.

2. Craig and a handful of other Hey Arnold! alumni also worked on another Nickelodeon show — Rugrats.

3. Jim Lang, the composer for Hey Arnold!, actually wrote the melody for the theme song back in the 1970s, originally imagining it as the music for a Dunkin’ Donuts commercial.

4. A lot of Craig’s original Hey Arnold! staff, including Raymie Muzquiz, Jerry Richardson, Steve Lowtwait and Miyuki Hoshikawa returned to work on The Jungle Movie.

5. Hey Arnold! was the first Nickelodeon cartoon to use child voice actors.

6. During Hey Arnold!’s run, four different voice actors played the role of Arnold (five, if you count the pilot).

7. When designing Gerald, Craig decided that because Arnold was short and wide, his best friend should be tall and skinny.

8. The G. in Helga G. Pataki stands for “Geraldine” — as in Geraldine Laybourne, a member of the team that created Nickelodeon.

9. Only four Hey Arnold! characters know for sure that Helga loves Arnold: Dr. Bliss, Lila, Phoebe and Brainy.

10. Each girl character on Hey Arnold! was based on a real-life crush the creator had when he was younger.

11. The studio Hey Arnold! was produced in was located on 4040 Vineland Street. In the show, the boarding house is on 4040 Vine street.

12. Hillwood, the city in Hey Arnold!, was named after the elementary school Craig attended in Seattle.

13. Craig based Arnold’s city after Seattle (his hometown), Portland (where he went to art school) and Brooklyn (where he has relatives).

14. Painter Edward Hopper (who is mentioned in “Helga on the Couch”) is part of the inspiration for the Hillwood cityscape.

15. Craig voiced a number of characters, including Brainy, Abner, Ned the radio DJ and Arnold’s dad, Miles.

16. Ned’s look is also based off the appearance of Craig.

17. Originally, Arnold had no last name, but as a joke the writers settled on “Shortman” — Grandpa Phil’s nickname for his grandson.

18. PS 118’s school colors are green and orange.

19. Though many thought Arnold was wearing a kilt, it was really just a long button-down shirt under his sweater.

20. Hey Arnold! has saved lives! After a little girl watched the episode “Eugene’s Bike,” in which Eugene nearly chokes on a hotdog until Arnold gives him the Heimlich Maneuver, she used the same move on a friend who was choking on a jawbreaker.


This poor sloth got stuck on a highway in Ecuador. Police officers rescued the animal and returned it to the nearby jungle. Sloths only come down from their trees in order to relieve themselves so it seems like this one thought the road was a good spot to go to the toilet.


Misaki & Saruhiko: Lost Small World vs Return of Kings

“We’ll topple this boring, fucking world.”