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Cast, as Credited

Arnold Alex Linz
Helga Francesca Smith
Gerald Jamil Smith
Stinky Christopher P. Walberg
Harold Justin Shenkarow
Rio Boy Jeremy Suarez
Miles / Abner Craig Bartlett
Stella Antoinette Stella
Eduardo Carlos Alazraqui
Grandma / Rio Lady Tress MacNeille
Grandpa / Local Priest Dan Castellaneta
La Sombra (uncredited)

Arnold's dream

(Arnold and his parents are sailing on a ship)
Miles
Sure is good to be on this adventure, isn't it?
Stella
Especially since we're all together.
Miles
Yeah.
(Arnold drinks hot chocolate, and a ship appears in the distance.)
Arnold
Look, a ship.
Miles
Pirates...
(The ship fires a cannonball; Miles grabs two swords.)
Arnold! Stay at the helm, we'll deal with the pirates.
Stella
Don't worry son, we'll be right back.
(Miles and Stella board the enemy ship, which fires more cannonballs at Arnold.)
Arnold
Mom? Dad?
(The sky clears, leaving an empty ocean.)
Mom! Dad! Come back! Come back!

Arnold's room

Arnold
(Gasps, sighs, and rips a calendar page, revealing the date: October 5. He then takes out a picture of his parents. While he's looking at it, there's a knock on the door.)
Come in.
Grandpa
Morning, short man.
Arnold
Hi Grandpa.
Grandpa
I, um... brought you some breakfast.
Arnold
Thanks. That's really nice of you.
Grandpa
Sure. Do you want me to leave it here and you can... maybe eat it later?
Arnold
Uh, sure.
Grandpa
Okie dokie then. If you need me or Grandma, we'll... we'll be around.
Arnold
Okay.
(Phil leaves the room. It is raining.)

Boarding house stoop

(Arnold watches a toy ship. His classmates come by.)
Harold
Hey, Arnooold!
Gerald
Come on man, we're all going to Dinoland!
Helga
It's half-price day.
Stinky
Yeah, and they finally fixed the Tyrannoscare-us Rex roller coaster! We're all going to get in line!
(Everyone except Arnold cheers.)
Arnold
No thanks.
Harold
Whaat?
Helga
But it's half-price day! What are you holding out for, cheapskate? Football-heads-get-in-free day?
Arnold
I think I'm gonna hang out at home today. Have fun you guys.
Helga
Huh, well, you're a barrel of laughs. Okay, fine, loser. Be that way. Come on, let's get to Dinoland before the ride breaks down again.
Harold
So long, loser.
(Everyone except Gerald leaves.)
Gerald
Hey Arnold, are you okay?
Arnold
Yeah...
Gerald
You sure?
Arnold
Well, it's just that today's the anniversary of the day my parents left... and never came back.
Gerald
I'm sorry, man. Hey, nevermind what those guys said. They're just goofin', they don't know what's going on with you.
Arnold
I know. It's just that.. I wanna be by myself today, that's all.
Gerald
You sure you don't want some company?
Arnold
No thanks. Go on, Gerald. Have fun at Dinoland. Ride one for me, okay?
Gerald
Ok. Catch you later, Arnold.
Helga
(behind a car) Ohh, Arnold. How could I mock you, on the saddest of anniversaries? How I long to repent my cruel words, and fill the empty space that resides within your heart. Oh, my poor, parentless beloved, look at you; waiting for something that cannot be. As you keep your silent dividual, I shall stand by you, unbeknownst, ever faithful, eternally true, and never abandoning you. Whoa! (Car speeds away, making her fall into mud. She gets up and sticks her tongue out at Arnold.)

Sunset Arms boarding house

(Small montage: Arnold flies his toy plane, goes back in, sits on the stoop again, sees a happy kid with his parents. He gets angry and goes upstairs.)
Grandpa
Hey, short man. What's going on?
Arnold
I'm packing up my parents' stuff.
Grandpa
Really? What for?
Arnold
So I can put it in the attic where it belongs.
Grandpa
Whaa-
(Arnold unfolds the ladder to the attic.)
Oh, I know you feel sad, Arnold. Your grandma and I feel sad too.
Arnold
I'm just fed up, grandpa! I don't wanna think about my parents anymore. I'm sick of hoping that they'll come back someday.
Grandpa
Wait, you didn't give up on your memories, Arnold; that's who are important. You should celebrate 'em.
Arnold
It's time to move on.
(Arnold takes off his hat)
Grandpa
(gasp)
Arnold
I don't wanna hear any more stories about my parents. (Arnold throws his hat into the box. As he places it on a shelf, something drops.)
What's this?
Grandpa
Well, looks like some kind of journal.
Arnold
Grandpa, it's my dad's...
Grandpa
Let me see. Holy cannoli, short man! You're right!
Well, it's too bad you don't wanna hear any more stories, so I'll ju- (Arnold grabs the journal and goes back for his hat.)
Arnold
I can't believe we found this!
Grandpa
Well, your dad must've written this stuff around the time he was in San Lorenzo.
Arnold
That's in Central America. I read all about it in school.
Grandpa
And don't forget about all the stories I've told ya.
Arnold
Yeah, I can't wait to find out what actually happened, and what parts you made up.
Grandpa
Made up?! What are you talking about, every story I ever told you is one hundred percent true, and this journal will prove it!
Grandma
Well then let's read it. I made sandwiches.
Arnold
Great, I'm starving!
(while chewing on a sandwich) Well, come on grandpa, read it! What's it say? What's it say?
Grandpa
All right, all right. Calm down. Chew a little before you swallow Arnold, and don't spill on the journal! It's a precious family relic. Okay, here goes.
"March 15th. Today I met the woman I'm going to marry." Aww, that's sweet. Hope he's writing about your mom, Arnold.
Arnold
Grandpa.

San Lorenzo

Grandpa (narrating)
We met when I stumbled into a research party. I was out hiking with my college friend Eduardo, an anthropologist from San Lorenzo. I fell behind a groove.
Miles
Aaaah! Ow!
(Stella comes running)
Hi. I'm Miles. Ow.
Stella
I'm Stella.
Grandpa (narrating)
Stella. What a beautiful name. You know what that means, short man?
Arnold
No.
Grandpa
I was hoping you would.
Grandpa (narrating)
She's a doctor and a botanist.
Stella
I'm down here studying the local plant life, looking for cures for jungle diseases. I wanna bring healthcare to all people, no matter where they live.
Grandpa (narrating)
She's amazing. So smart. I told her about my anthropology project, how I'm studying the local culture and helping communities improve the quality of their life. Hope she's impressed.
Miles
(hits his head on a branch) Ow.
Grandpa (narrating)
Hmm. Maybe she thinks I'm a goof. Oh well, call me a romantic, but I think we're perfect for each other.
(Miles and Stella enter a temple)
Miles
Hey look. Oh, o-okay, I can read this. "This temple is dedicated to the sacred... spider?" (gasp)
(They run out of the temple)
I hate spiders, I hate spiders, I hate spiders!
Stella
Me too. Oh, but I love you.
(cut to another area)
Grandpa (narrating)
Today I hiked with Stella to the highest point in the area. There's an amazing view from the top of the cliffs.
Stella
Who told you about this trail, anyway?
Miles
Eduardo.
Stella
Yeah, how come he didn't come with us?
Miles
He said it was really something you only wanna do once.
Stella
Oh, uh-huh. I'm gonna punch him when we get back.
Miles
If we get back.
(The ground below them collapses. They fall into rapids.)
Miles
You okay?
Stella
Never better! What's that roaring noise?
Miles
Oh man.
Grandpa (narrating)
It was a pony fall! We swam away from the cataract as hard as we could, but the current was way too strong.
Stella
I'm really gonna punch him when we get back!
Miles
Stella!
Stella
Miles!
Miles
I love you!
(They fall down the waterfall and into a net.)
Stella
What... just happened?
Miles
Somebody saved us!
Stella
Who?
(A native runs away)
Miles
Hey, wait! Hold on! Espérate, we wanna thank you!
Grandpa (narrating)
Our mysterious savior was gone. But then, Stella saw his calling card on the wall. It was the symbol of the elusive Green-Eyed People; the original inhabitants of San Lorenzo. Thought to be a lost civilization like the Mayans, and the subject of many incredible stories, but who no outsider had ever seen.

Sunset Arms boarding house

Grandpa (reading)
"Clearly, the Green-Eyes saved our lives. Stella and I bowed to thank them somehow, to pay them back by some good deed of our own." Woooh!
Arnold
This is so cool! You told me stories about the Green-Eyed People.
Grandpa
Yes, the mysterious Green-Eyed People. Almost as mysterious as this sandwich. What the heck's in this, Pookie?
Grandma
Oh, peanut butter and scrod. It's an old family recipe.
(Phil spits out the sandwich, Abner comes running and eats it.)
Grandpa
Oh, Abner, stop acting like a pig!
(Phil drops the remaining sandwiches to the floor.)
Arnold
Grandpa, can we get back to the story?
Grandpa
The butler did it. Oops! Gave away the ending!
(Grandma laughs)
Arnold
The story about the Green-Eyed People!
Grandma
Aah, yes, the Green-Eyed People... Aren't they the people who installed our air conditioning? You know, I don't really trust them. I think they took the change I had in the cookie jar.
Grandpa
No, Pookie. You're thinking of Oskar.
Grandma
Oh, am I?
Arnold
Can we please get back to the journal?
Grandpa
Okay, but first I gotta take a whiz like a race horse. (Cracks back) Anyone need anything from the kitchen while I'm gone?
Grandma
I demand to see the chef! There's a fly in my soup!
Grandpa
Alright, I'll see what I can do about it.
Arnold
(sighs)

(Fade to black)

Grandpa
(Sound of toilet flushing) Aah! Don't go in there for a while. Okay, back to your father's amazing journal. Let's see, where were we? (Arnold laughs) Ah!

San Lorenzo

Grandpa (narrating)
Monday: busy day. We learned from Eduardo that the evil river pirate, La Sombra, had stolen a sacred relic called The Corazón from the Green-Eyes. We figured that returning this precious artifact would be the perfect opportunity to pay the Green-Eyes back. So Stella and I tracked La Sombra down.
(Miles and Stella run through the jungle. Miles whips a branch over a waterfall.)
Miles
Hang on. (swings to the other side)
La Sombra
NAAAAAH! You meddling do-gooder gringos! I'll get the Corazón back if it's the last thing I ever do!!
(Miles and Stella land on the other side. The Corazón starts glowing.)
Miles
Wait! No, stop, don't look! We can't. They say it's too sacred.
Grandpa (narrating)
After days of searching in the remote interior of San Lorenzo, we came to a forested valley not found on any map. There, the Green-Eyes had built one of their stone shrines that marked the borders of their ancient realm.
(They place The Corazón on the shrine. It disappears, and leaves a small object behind.)
The Green-Eyed People were so grateful for the return of their precious Corazón, that they accepted us as members of their family.

Sunset Arms boarding house

Grandpa (continuing previous narration)
I even hoped they would invite us to their hidden city. But they're still too secretive.
Arnold
Their hidden city? Where's that?
Grandpa
I don't know, Arnold. That's why they call it "the hidden city", it's hidden, see? Can I please continue?
Arnold
Sure, grandpa. Read on.
Grandpa
Oh! Oh, this is good. Hoho, you're gonna like this. Your dad just asked your mom to marry him.
Arnold
Wow! And she said "Yes", right?
Grandpa
Let's see. Actually, she said "No thank you". The end. Roll credits.
Arnold
Grandpa!
Grandpa
Okay, okay, she said yes. And the wedding was set for the following month, which brings us to our next chapter. "It was a beautiful, tranquil day in-
Grandma
Jolly-old England! Eager crowds packed the London streets. Your mother arrived in a horse-drawn carriage. The diamonds in her tiara sparkling. Your father, resplendent with his gold-tip sword, escorted her into Saint Paul's Cathedral, where he-
Grandpa
Pookie! That was Prince Charles and Lady Diana's wedding, you crazy nincompoop! Now, be quiet and stop interrupting the story!
As I was saying, "It was a beautiful, tranquil day in the rainforest of San Lorenzo."

San Lorenzo

Grandpa (continuing previous narration)
My family and friends came from all over the world and gathered together at an ancient Mayan temple. We waited nervously for the arrival of the most anticipated person of them all - the reason we were all assembled, the focus of the whole event, my beloved, talented, handsome father - Phil!
Arnold
Grandpa.
Grandpa
Heh-heh. Just seeing if you're paying attention, Arnold.
(Stella arrives on a boat, butterflies fly around.)
Miles
Wow. You look amazing.
Stella
You're not so bad yourself.
Grandpa (narrating)
The ceremony began, and as we exchanged our vows, Eduardo translated for those who weren't familiar with the local dialect.
Local Priest
(reads a scroll unknown South American dialect) Miles. (continues speaking) Stella. (speaks for a long time)
Eduardo
Do you Miles, take Stella to be your wife?
Miles
I do.
Local Priest
(claps for a local to bring him an even bigger scroll, then reads until night)
Eduardo
Do you Stella, take Miles to be your husband?
Stella
(Miles and Stella get up from the floor) I do.
Local Priest
Chak-a Mat-a
Eduardo
By the power invested in me, as an ordain minister of the glorious Republic of San Lorenzo, I now pronounce you, Mr. and Mrs.- *burp*

Sunset Arms boarding house

Grandpa
Pookie! I told you to go easy on the frijoles!
Grandma
Sorry!

San Lorenzo

Eduardo
You may now kiss the bride.

(The ground starts shaking)

Miles
Oh, it's like I can feel the earth moving under my feet.
Stella
I know. I felt it too. (they kiss again)
Eduardo
(grabs the priest as the guests scream) Take cover amigos! We're having a temblor! An earthquake! (rock structures collapse)
Stella
Oh well. At least the cake is okay.
Grandpa
(emerges from the cake) It's more than okay. It's delicious.
Grandpa (narrating)
Undorted by the surprise visit from Mother Nature, the reception continued until the wee hours. It was quite a time.
Grandma
Woo-woo! Woo-woo! Here comes the train! (laughs)
Grandpa (narrating)
Even the Green-Eyed People showed up. Of course, none of us actually saw them.
Miles
What is it?
Stella
It's a piglet. Wh-From the Green-Eyed People.
Miles
Oh, I've heard about this. It's a tradition. It's meant to bring good luck.
Eduardo
Why didn't you get the pig before the earthquake?
Grandpa
Well, what are we waiting for? Let's fire up the grill!
Stella
No, no, we can't eat her! She's a gift! And she's cute!
Grandpa
Not that cute.
Stella
I wanna keep her. As a pet. What do you think, Miles?
Miles
I think it's a great idea.
Stella
Good. We'll call her Isabelle.
Miles
(takes a better look at the pig) On second thought, why don't we call him Abner? (Stella laughs)

Sunset Arms boarding house

Arnold
Abner was a wedding present to my parents?
Grandpa
That's right.
Arnold
A wedding present from the Green-Eyed People?
Grandpa
Correct.
Arnold
And you were gonna eat him!?
Grandpa
Hey-I-I couldn't help it! He looked tasty! A-And the only thing I had to eat all day was that darn cake. Those are empty calories, Arnold. Empty!
Arnold
Grandpa, that's completely crazy!
Grandpa
Oh, we were all a little crazy back then! It was a style in those days.
Grandma
Well heck, some of us are still crazy!
Grandpa
Oh, easy there Pookie! You just had a huge hoagie.
Arnold
So, what happened next?
Grandpa
Ah, let's see... wedding, earthquake, reception, pig... Aha! Here we are! Later that night, after all the guests had gone, we went back to our hut. It was the hottest night the jungle ever had... oh... (mumbles) Okay Arnold, time for bed!
Arnold
But it's only six o'clock, Grandpa!
Grandpa
Six o'clock? It's dinner time! Why don't you go order some chinese? Food, that is!
Arnold
Grandpa, how can you be hungry? We just ate a whole platter of sandwiches.
Grandpa
Don't question me Arnold, I'm your elder and I know what's best. Now go order some chinese.
Arnold
Okay... fine. I'll order chinese.
Grandpa
Whew! Sheesh, I thought he'd never leave.
Grandma
Who?
Grandpa
Arnold.
Grandma
Well, which one is he?
Grandpa
Our grandson.
Grandma
Oh, we should introduce him to the nice little blond boy who was just here.
Grandpa
Fine Pookie, I'll get right on it.

(cut to later)

Grandpa (singing)
Chop... Suey, chicken Chop Suey, it's so hard to beat the smell of soy, no Bok Choy... I'm so happy to eat it.
Arnold
Uh, Grandpa, you think we can get back to the journal now?
Grandpa
Wait a minute. First I have to read my fortune. (the fortune reads "13 13 666") He-hey, not bad. Things are looking up!
Arnold
Grandpa. The journal.
Grandpa
Okay, okay, I'm on it. Ooh, their honeymoon. "Today we arrived at exotic Rio de Janeiro."
Arnold
Wait. I thought you told me that they spent their honeymoon at the North Pole.
Grandpa
No I didn't.
Grandma
But you said-
Grandpa
Wasn't me.
Arnold
Okay, fine. They arrived in exotic Rio de Janeiro.
Grandpa
Thank you!

Rio de Janeiro

Grandpa (narrating)
We spent the first day of our honeymoon strolling around the inner harbor. At sunset, we decided to ride the cable car to the top of Sugarloaf Mountain. Eduardo says there's an amazing view from the top, but's the kinda thing ya only wanna do once.
Miles
Thanks for coming up here anyway, Stella.
(the wire of a cable car snaps)
Stella
Miles, we gotta do something, quick!
Miles
I got an idea.
(They run into another car)
If I can catch the handle on the door, I can pull the other car close enough for everyone to jump across. (climbs to the roof of the car) With your help, of course.
Stella
(stops the car, Miles whips the door open)
Nice shot. Okay, come on. You doing great. One more. (to boy) Come on, you can do it.
Rio Boy
No, I can't!
Stella
Please, just take my hand.
Rio Lady
Do what the nice lady says, honey.
Rio Boy
I can't. I'm too scared! (cable car breaks further) No!
Stella
Well, I guess I'll just have to come get you mys-oh! Here I am. Good. Now, put your arms around my neck and hold on. (Stella gets to the other car)
Rio Lady
Oh, thank you. Thank you so much.
Stella
No problem. (cable car gives way, taking Stella with it)
Miles
Stellaaa!
(Jumps and falls on top of the car)
Stella
Oh!
Miles
Honeymoon's not over yet.
Stella
If we don't get off this thing we'll be smashed to pieces.
Miles
I know, that's why we gotta jump!
Stella
Ah! I was afraid you were gonna say that.
Miles
We'll do it on three. Okay, THREE!!
(they jump into the water below. Cut to Stella in a swimming pool, sitting down next to an injured Miles)
Stella
Thanks handsome. Hey, remind me never to take another travel suggestion from your old buddy Eduardo.
Eduardo
Miles! Stella! There you are! I've been looking all over for you two!
Stella
How'd you get here?
Eduardo
I was sent by the Green-Eyed People. I'm so sorry to interrupt your honeymoon, but they're in terrible trouble amigos! They wanted me to give you this.
Miles (reading in pain)
It says they've been struck by a mysterious disease... that many have perished... and they need us to come to them right away-Ow!
Eduardo
Stella, they need your medical expertise! You two are the only people they trust.
Stella
Then I guess we... we'd better get going.

Sunset Arms boarding house

Grandpa
Your mom, dad, and Eduardo left Rio and took off for the San Lorenzo jungle, and we'll get to the rest of that story right after I hit the restroom.
Arnold
Again?
Grandpa
Never get old, Arnold! Never get old!
Arnold
(sighs)

(Fade to black. If you're watching the two-part version of this episode, this is were Part One ends.)

Grandpa
Woo! I feel like a new man! Light as a feather. Anyway, back to the journal.

San Lorenzo

Grandpa (narrating)
We parachuted into the heart of the jungle, the volcanic mountains of San Lorenzo. Where we'd last seen any sign of the mysterious Green Eye.

(Miles and Stella parachute into the jungle, with Miles getting stuck in tree branches)

Stella
You okay, Miles?
Miles
Never better.

(They arrive at a Green Eye site where they previously returned the Corazón.)

Stella
Miles, look. Dead butterflies. They always die first. It's the sleeping sickness, Miles.
Miles
And now it's hit the Green Eyes.
Stella
We've gotta make a syrum. Fast.
(Stella looks at a book)
We'll need some red moss from the San Juan river, the nose whisker of a wild Bolivian boar, and the root of a Panamanian zapote tree.
Miles
Right. Sounds easy.

San Juan river

Miles
(sighs) Okay, I give up. We've looked under every rock on this entire river, and no red moss.
Stella
Umm... you haven't looked under every rock. (points to a rock above the river)
Miles
(sighs)

Bolivia

Stella
There he is.
(Miles approaches the boar, hiding behind bushes)
Careful...
Miles
(gets the whisker, only to get caught in a spider web and wake up the boar)
I hate spiders, I hate spiders, I hate spiders! Aaah!

Panama

Miles
Okay, I admit the first two were hard, but this one will be easy!
(Miles and Stella grab shovels, only for him to step on quicksand)
Umm.. oh-oh. Stella! Stellaaa!
Stella
Miles! (She ties a vine around her, and dives into the quicksand to save Miles)
Miles
(panting) Like I said, that was easy. (shows the root)

San Lorenzo

(Miles and Stella sleep on the plane while Eduardo flies it. Cut to them making the syrum in their hut, while Eduardo hunts butterflies. The syrum at first fails, but later works.)

Stella
Got it.

(They leave the syrum at the site from before.)

Miles
I hope we're not too late.

(A wind blows, and the scene cuts to them sleeping in their hut.)

Stella
(sees gift from the Green Eyes) Miles.
Miles
Wow. A double thank-you.
Grandpa (narrating)
Later that night, we toasted Stella for making the life-saving syrum.
Miles
To Stella!
Eduardo
The Florence Nightingale of San Lorenzo!
Stella
Ehh. (drops drink)
Miles
Are you okay, Honey? What's wrong?
Stella
I'm fine, but when that drink hit my stomach... No good.
Miles
Your stomach? Maybe you should lie down.
Stella
Don't worry, I'm okay.
Grandpa (narrating)
Despite what Stella had said, I was worried. Really worried. I couldn't help but think--

Sunset Arms Boarding House

Arnold
What was wrong with her? Was she really sick?
Grandpa
Well, she was, um... sorta kinda, you know, in a manner of speaking...
Arnold
Was it food poisoning?
Grandpa
No.
Arnold
Tropical flu?
Grandpa
No, whatever that is.
Arnold
Oh, I know.
Grandpa
Do you?
Arnold
She caught the sleeping sickness.
Grandpa
Eeeeh. Nope, wrong, but thank you for playing.
Arnold
O-Okay, I give up.
Grandpa
Don't give up, ya quitter! Okay, I'll give ya a hint. Your mother was going to have...
Grandma
A hernia?
Grandpa
No, no, no, no. It's a good thing she was going to have. It rhymes with "maybe".
Grandma
Rabies!
Grandpa
Oh! Think, she was going to have a... Da-da-da-da-da-da-da-da-da.
Arnold
A baby!
Grandpa
Oh yeah! Bingo!

San Lorenzo

Stella
(comes out of clinic) I'm pregnant. We're gonna have a baby.

Sunset Arms Boarding House

Grandpa (to Arnold)
And do you know who that baby was?
Arnold
Me?
Grandpa
Right again, Shortman!
Grandma (singing)
Baby, baby! Stick your head in gravy! Wash it out with bubblegum and send it to the navy!
Grandpa
Pookie! Pookie! Pookie, enough, stop! Eh. So there you were Arnold, in your mommy's belly.
Arnold
Okay, great. Can we move on?
Grandpa
Heh-heh-heh. Making you uncomfortable, ah? Okay, let's move on.

San Lorenzo

Grandpa (narrating)
The last few months have been very productive. Eduardo and I have been clearing land, planting crops, and building a school, while Stella grows more and more pregnant.
With Arnold! That's you, Arnold! Heh-heh-heh.
Arnold
Grandpa...
Miles
(Stella complains)
You okay? You look kinda pale.
Stella
Never better.
Miles
(gasps) You mean...
Stella
(nods)
Miles
Okay. (whistles, Eduardo comes with a litter) Your ride's here.

(the three move through the jungle)

Stella
Look, smoke. That must be the town.
Miles
That's great. We're nearly there.
Eduardo
Well, I have some good news and some bad news. The good news is that the hospital is just around that mountain.
Stella
And the bad news?
Eduardo
The mountain... it's a volcano. It's called Volcan Turriabla. But don't worry, volcanoes smoke all the time. I'm sure that's all it'll do.

(Volcano erupts)

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