|Episode of Hey Arnold!|
|Season 2, Episode 26a|
|Air date: January 18, 1998|
|IMDb • TV.com|
Don Del Grande's
Runaway Float is an episode in the Hey Arnold! TV Series.
Arnold comes up with a great design for the 4th grade float: he designs an amazing scale model of the city. To make his idea come true, Helga talks her dad into funding the proyect in exchange for a little advertising. However, after seeing the float, Big Bob is not pleased that it doesn't promote his business enough and Nick Vermicelli orders the entire thing covered up with a giant paiper-mâché beeper: this disillusions Arnold deeply, and he abandons the proyect. Helga is 'convinced' to go along with the marketing plan despite her worry for Arnold by being assured a place on the float. As the parade begins, the float, being top heavy and lacking aerodynamics, careens out of control as it heads toward City Hall. Arnold catches up with the float and pulls the emergency brake, stopping it just in time. The rough trip rips apart the giant beeper, revealing Arnold's original design, which is then promptly given the award for best float.
- Christopher Cagile's voice for Eugene returns in this episode.
- According to Arnold, City Hall is sort of crooked.
- Helga has an allowance.
- Gerald watches a Wall Street show.
- When Big Bob is going over his plans for funding the float, he mentions he could get free flowers from the mortuary. Macabre!
- Torvald's mother is one of the judges.
- While in the float's garage, the background changes to the school for about 2 seconds.
- One part of Nadine's spider-like hair is missing when they stop working.
- Iggy's hair was black (instead of brown) when Big Bob started to redesign the float
- Mayor Dixie was wearing a white suit on her first appearance of the parade, and for the rest it is brown.
- When Arnold rides the bicycle past the float, Nadine is shown with brown hair and Iggy's sweatshirt on top is yellow.
- As the float approaches the review stand, Eugene's hair disappears for a second.
- Sam Gifaldi wasn't listed in the credits for voicing Sid.
- While the orchestra passes, Arnold turns his head two times. After the second, his right eye remains visible.
- When Big Bob was talking about redesigning the float, Joey has blond hair and white skin.
- As Arnold goes into the interior of the float and Big Bob asks where he went, he and Nick Vermicelli are shown to be on the float. However, instead of being on the float's platform, the scene shows them to be on the street (the median lines are visible beneath them).
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