Hey Arnold! (1996–2004)

Helga Blabs It All/Harold the Butcher 

While feeling the effects of laughing gas, Helga leaves a confessional message of love on Arnold's phone machine. / After Harold shoplifts some meat from the butcher shop, he is sentenced to work off his punishment.


Joe Ansolabehere (developer), Steve Viksten (developer) | 3 more credits »


Episode credited cast:
Dan Castellaneta ... Arnold's Grandpa (voice)
Baoan Coleman Baoan Coleman ... Mr. Hyunh (voice)
Elliott Gould ... Rabbi Goldberg (voice)
James Keane ... Marty Green (voice)
Tress MacNeille ... Arnold's Grandma (voice)
Justin Shenkarow ... Harold Berman (voice)
Francesca Marie Smith ... Helga Pataki / Camp Fire Lass (voice) (as Francesca Smith)
Jamil Walker Smith ... Gerald Johanssen (voice)
Kath Soucie ... Marilyn Berman (voice) (as Kath E. Soucie)
Phillip Van Dyke ... Arnold (voice)
Steve Viksten Steve Viksten ... Oskar Kokoshka (voice)
Christopher Walberg Christopher Walberg ... Stinky Petersen (voice)
David Wohl ... Jerry Berman (voice)
Adam Wylie ... Curly Gammelthorpe (voice)


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Helga Blabs It All: While medicated on laughing gas, Helga calls Arnold and leaves an embarrassing message on his answering machine. When the laughing gas wears off, she realizes what she did and goes on a mission to delete the message before Arnold hears it, but it won't be easy. Harold the Butcher: After Harold steals a ham from Mr. Green's shop, he starts working there in the afternoons for one week as punishment, but soon realizes that he loves being a butcher.

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Rabbi Goldberg: Harold, I'm disturbed about two things. First of all, you stole. Stealing is against the law; Thou shalt not steal.
Harold Berman: But I was hungry, Rabbi Goldberg!
Rabbi Goldberg: And secondly and most important, you stole a ham. Ham is not Kosher. Not Kosher at all. We don't eat ham. We haven't for 5,000 years and we don't need to start now.
Harold Berman: I know! And I'm sorryyyyy!
Rabbi Goldberg: Yes, I know you're sorry because you did something that got you into trouble. But I don't think you understand why. When I was a young man about your age, I ...
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31 August 1998 (USA) See more »

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