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Hey Arnold!: Dangerous Lumber/Mr. Hyunh Goes Country

Dangerous Lumber
Arnold becomes a hot (and dangerous) hitter. He keeps injuring people everytime he swings the bat. Afraid of hurting more people, Arnold refuses to play ball. Mickey Kaline helps him out.

Mr. Hyunh Goes Country
Arnold and Gerald manage the career of the most unlikely country-and-western singer, Mr. Hyunh.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 3x2
Production Number: 047
Airdate: Wednesday September 02nd, 1998

Director: Craig Bartlett

Guest Stars
Ron PerlmanRon Perlman
voiced Mickey Kaline
Hari OzielHari Oziel
voiced Boy at Fair
Randy TravisRandy Travis
voiced Mr. Hyunh (singing)/Travis Randall
Episode Notes
The name of the song Mr. Hyunh sings is called, "The Simple Things."

Episode Goofs
Travis' voice was heard in the entire crowd, but he wasn't standing next to the microphone.

When Mr. Hyunh was at the concert, the song started playing before he started strumming.

In "Mr. Hyunh Goes Country," after the scene in the restaurant where everyone wanted Mr. Hyunh's autograph, Mr. Hyunh is seen walking home. He passes a red house where Susie is cheering out the window. Susie lives in the boarding house. However, Mr. Hyunh keeps walking past a green house into the boarding house.

Episode References
Reference: Scud, the Disposable Assassin
In "Dangerous Lumber," Helga refers to Arnold as "Arnold the assassin," then later calls him "Scud." This may be a reference to the comic book "Scud, the Disposable Assassin."

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