Doug Funny & Arnold

March 20, 2009 at 9:21 am 3 comments

Sometimes the perfect guys aren’t exactly within our grasp.

Sometimes, they don’t even exist in real life. heyarnold3aimg_dou_dou

Arnold, of “Hey Arnold!” and Doug Funny of “Doug” are two dudes that,  had they existed in real life, I would have harbored secret and festering crushes for. Their moral compasses weren’t on “after-school special” mode. They were jut normal teens. Normal, adorable, highly animated teens. 

The humanity and understanding displayed in every plot-challenge was impressive, and their ability to always do the right thing without seeming like goody-two-shoes made my heart pitter patter throughout elementary school. If these dudes were real, you can bet your bonnet I would have stalked them. But until then, I’ll have to settle for their re-runs

Plus, Doug’s friend (the blue guy) is actually named  Skeeter. If that isn’t the epitome of skeet-worthy I don’t know what is. Unfortunately, most of the original episodes have been removed from Youtube since Disney bought out the show.  But just trust me when I say: they are both nice guys. And since when do they make cartoons about nice dudes anymore?

Doug and Arnold: you may be animated, you may not have a tangible soul, but I’ll be damned if that doesn’t make you skeetworthy. God knows we’ve skeeted for less! May you both forever live in our skeetiest memories. RIP.

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. alisaurus  |  March 21, 2009 at 11:21 am

    try this website for 90s nicktoon awesomeness!
    http://www.theorangesplat.com

    Reply
  • 2. parkrangerolivia  |  March 21, 2009 at 2:31 pm

    Omfg! Ah! Real Monsters! Wtf is Rocket Power doing there??

    Reply
  • 3. Redheads « Googly Eyes  |  December 18, 2009 at 9:33 am

    […] he’s not real. But that hasn’t stopped me before. I think it’s his hair, to be honest. I don’t know which compositor had the lovely task […]

    Reply

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