|Episode of Hey Arnold!|
|Season 2, Episode 28b|
|Written by: Jim Ryan|
|Air date: October 13, 1997|
|IMDb • TV.com|
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Hookey is an episode in the Hey Arnold! TV Series.
- Arnold and Gerald's lockers don't have padlocks, like most of the others do.
- Arnold can imitate his grandfather's voice remarkably well.
- Principal Wartz played hockey in the past, and had a chance to go pro if it were not for an accident in which he lost his toe in a wheat thresher.
- When Arnold and Gerald are in House of Costumes, Gerald comments about being a "free man in Paris, unfettered and alive," and that he heard it on a hippie record. That album is Joni Mitchell's 1974 album "Court and Spark." The song he is quoting is "Free Man in Paris."
- The episode's title is misspelled on the Hey Arnold! The Complete Series DVD as "Hooky". However, the word can be spelled either way.
- This episode spoofs "Ferris Bueller's Day Off."
- The titular Buddy Love from "Buddy Love Goes Coconuts" is named after the alter ego of Julius Kelp and Sherman Klump from "The Nutty Professor" and its 1996 remake.
- The clock in the police station looks like it says it's after 5:00pm, but school is still in session when Arnold and Gerald return.
- When Gerald and Arnold are caught by the police, the letters on the sidewalk read LOAING ZONE, as opposed to LOADING ZONE.
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