00:00:00 "Hey! 00:00:00 Hey! 00:00:01 ♪ What a wonderful kind of day ♪ 00:00:03 ♪ If we could learn to work and play ♪ 00:00:06 ♪ And get along with each other. ♪ 00:00:08 Hey! 00:00:09 ♪ What a wonderful kind of day ♪ 00:00:11 ♪ Hey! What a wonderful kind of day. ♪ 00:00:13 Hey! 00:00:15 ARTHUR: Hey, D.W. 00:00:18 Hey! 00:00:18 Whoa! 00:00:19 (crash) ARTHUR: This is a parent. 00:00:25 This is a kid. 00:00:26 As you can see, the parent looks like just a larger version of the kid But beware! 00:00:32 It isn't. 00:00:32 It's an entirely different creature. 00:00:35 For example, the parent is very concerned with warmth. 00:00:39 You're not warm enough. 00:00:40 You need a scarf. 00:00:44 You need a hat. 00:00:47 Parka, scarf balaclava, earmuffs, mittens. 00:00:54 (grunting) And then there are words which drive them bonkers like this one: "sale." (gasping) Oh, my gosh, there's a sale at Kitchen Crafts! 00:01:09 50% off, and it's in your size! 00:01:12 We'll take them. 00:01:13 Oh, no. 00:01:15 Two for one! 00:01:16 What a bargain! 00:01:19 We'll take them. 00:01:20 There are other strange things about parents but nothing is as weird as how they act when they're all together. 00:01:28 Roll the tape, D.W. 00:01:39 Oh, no! 00:01:41 Yep, it's that time of year again. 00:01:44 If there was only some way I could get my parents not to go. 00:01:48 Not to go to what? 00:01:49 The parents' Open House night. 00:01:51 Once a year you and your parents go to school at night. 00:01:54 I was so embarrassed last year. 00:01:56 My dad fell asleep during Mrs. Drone's class. 00:02:00 MRS. DRONE: And on our trip to the forest we saw... pine trees, oak trees oak trees... 00:02:11 (man snoring) MRS. DRONE: Another oak tree. 00:02:14 (snoring) Dad, wake up. 00:02:19 44-- is that right? 00:02:22 (laughing) Dad, I'm the one in school. 00:02:25 Oh, sorry, Frankie-- bad dream. 00:02:27 FRANCINE: What if he falls asleep again this year? 00:02:30 Mr. Ratburn will probably make him stay after the Open House. 00:02:33 And when you're finished with that, the erasers need cleaning. 00:02:38 Yes, Mr. Ratburn. 00:02:40 You think you were embarrassed? 00:02:42 Remember when my dad told that joke at the ice cream social afterwards? 00:02:46 And then the waiter said, "Look at that 's'-car-go." (laughing) (groans) You see, "'s' car go" sounds likeescargot... 00:03:01 The French name for snails? 00:03:03 Yeah, I know whatescargotis. 00:03:05 I just don't get the joke. 00:03:07 Oh... well. 00:03:09 Um, let's get some more ice cream, Dad. 00:03:12 Well, none of you have it as bad as me. 00:03:16 Why? 00:03:16 What do your parents do? 00:03:18 I can't talk about it. 00:03:20 It's too horrible! 00:03:21 How about you, Sue Ellen? 00:03:23 Are you worried your parents will embarrass you? 00:03:26 No-- why would they? 00:03:27 Well... because they're so different. 00:03:32 Yeah, in fact... 00:03:33 (laughing) When you first came to Elwood City Buster thought you and your parents were aliens. 00:03:38 BUSTER: She's part of an alien invasion force given human form. 00:03:44 Hey, bravo! 00:03:46 All right. 00:03:48 (sheep bleating) Who knows how many of them walk among us! 00:03:56 Really? 00:03:57 I can understand D.W. 00:03:58 but why would he think I was an alien? 00:04:01 Uh... I'm sure he meant it in a good way. 00:04:04 Hmm... 00:04:07 So, do you still think my parents and I are aliens? 00:04:12 No, of course not. 00:04:13 That was a long time ago. 00:04:16 You're not, right? 00:04:18 Oh, brother. 00:04:19 Well, it's okay if you are. 00:04:21 I like aliens. 00:04:22 It's a friendly planet. 00:04:24 SUE ELLEN: Dear Diary, I don't think my parents are weird But what will the other grownups think? 00:04:31 It might be kind of embarrassing if Mom wore one of her funky outfits. 00:04:37 (parents conversing) (conversations stop) She looks like she got lost on her way to a clown convention. 00:04:53 (all laughing) You were right, Dear. 00:04:59 They aren't from this planet. 00:05:01 This is going to be a great story. 00:05:05 And Dad is always talking about the different places we've lived. 00:05:08 And after Nigeria, we spent a year in Kenya. 00:05:11 Oh, we love Kenya, but not as much as Togo. 00:05:16 Sue Ellen, who was the sixth president of the United States? 00:05:21 Uh... I'm not sure. 00:05:22 John Quincy Adams. 00:05:23 I'm afraid Sue Ellen will have to take an extra American History class. 00:05:27 She hasn't spent enough time in this country. 00:05:30 How's Saturday morning? 00:05:32 (gasps) This Open House Night could be a real nightmare! 00:05:37 If only I can make my parents seem more normal. 00:05:43 Hey, Brain, can I ask you a question? 00:05:46 Sure. 00:05:47 Your parents call you different names at home, right? 00:05:51 Like, um... I don't know, "Little Muffin Man" or Binky-Winkums? 00:05:57 No. 00:05:58 Oh... 00:05:59 Well, neither do mine. 00:06:01 Hey, why are you studying? 00:06:04 It's Saturday. 00:06:06 I'm not studying. 00:06:06 I'm creating a test for my parents. 00:06:09 Why? 00:06:09 Prunella said that at the last Open House Mr. Ratburn gave the parents a really hard quiz. 00:06:15 So I've been trying to prepare them for it. 00:06:18 BRAIN: Okay, once again. 00:06:19 PARENTS and BRAIN: "A"-squared plus "b"-squared equals "c"-squared. 00:06:26 Yes, Mom? 00:06:27 Can I be excused, Alan? 00:06:28 I have to put the laundry in the dryer. 00:06:30 Um... okay, but hurry back. 00:06:32 History starts in five minutes. 00:06:36 Dad, I liked your essay on Benjamin Franklin... 00:06:39 Thanks, Son. 00:06:40 But I had a lot of trouble reading it. 00:06:43 We'll have to work on your penmanship. 00:06:47 Please take out a clean sheet of paper and a sharpened pencil. 00:06:51 Brain, they're grownups. 00:06:53 I'm sure they'll do okay. 00:06:55 They can't just do okay. 00:06:56 They have to get As. 00:06:57 Think of how embarrassing it would be if I got better grades than my own parents. 00:07:05 (gasps) Mom, what are you wearing? 00:07:08 A sari-- I found it in a trunk upstairs. 00:07:10 It's great for doing housework, because it's so cool. 00:07:14 Do you like it? 00:07:16 Well, yeah, but you're not wearing that On Open House Night, are you? 00:07:20 I don't know what I'll wear. 00:07:22 I haven't thought about it. 00:07:23 Can I help you pick out your outfit, mom? 00:07:26 Please, please, please, can I? 00:07:28 Okay. 00:07:30 Phew! 00:07:33 What on Earth is this? 00:07:35 That's purple okra. 00:07:36 It's used a lot in West African cooking. 00:07:39 When we lived in Nigeria, Sue Ellen's mother used it to make a delicious peanut and okra soup. 00:07:46 Really! 00:07:47 (gasps) Dad, the checkout line is huge. 00:07:50 We'd better go. 00:07:52 At the Open House tomorrow, could you please not talk about all those countries we've lived in, please? 00:07:58 Why? 00:07:59 Um... 00:07:59 I don't want other kids to be jealous. 00:08:02 Okay. 00:08:03 Thanks, Dad. 00:08:04 You're the best. 00:08:09 Nope. 00:08:11 Nope. 00:08:12 Uh-uh. 00:08:13 No way. 00:08:14 Nope. 00:08:15 Never. 00:08:17 Next. 00:08:19 That's it! 00:08:20 It's perfect. 00:08:21 That's what you should wear tonight. 00:08:24 (sighs) I've only worn this once... 00:08:28 to a funeral. 00:08:33 Remember, Dad, no jokes. 00:08:34 All right, but is it okay if I wear my glasses? 00:08:39 (groans) Capital of Nebraska? 00:08:42 Lincoln. Lincoln. 00:08:44 Capital of Nevada? 00:08:45 Carson City. Carson city. 00:08:46 Remember, just try to seem normal. 00:08:51 MR. RATBURN: Usually I give the parents a little quiz on Open House Night but this time I've decided to do something different. 00:08:57 BOTH (disappointedly):.. 00:09:00 Since we have so many different families here with interesting lives, let's have the parents tell the class a little bit about themselves. 00:09:07 (gulps) We've got compacts, minivans, S.U.V.s all for insanely low prices. 00:09:14 Don't walk, run to Crosswire Motors at the corner of Fifth and Main. 00:09:19 We make the best deals on wheels. 00:09:21 Thank you, Mr. and Mrs. Crosswire. 00:09:25 Sue Ellen's parents, you're next. 00:09:28 WOMAN: This should be good. 00:09:29 MAN: She studies African dance. 00:09:30 I want to do a story about them and their travels. 00:09:34 I'm a... diplomat. 00:09:36 I'm a... homemaker. 00:09:40 Thank you. 00:09:41 (snoring) Dad. 00:09:45 Forty-four! 00:09:46 (groans) Alan, that mask is fantastic! 00:09:52 In fact, it looks just like... 00:09:55 (Sue Ellen clears throat) Something... that would be great for... Halloween. 00:10:01 Excuse me. 00:10:02 It's supposed to be a West African mask-- the kind the Yoruban people wore to summon rain. 00:10:07 I thought if anyone would get the reference it would be your dad. 00:10:12 No one understands my art. 00:10:13 is this what my little Binky- Winkums made? 00:10:18 Not bad, Mr. Muffin Man. 00:10:20 Mr. Muffin Man?! 00:10:22 They're not my parents. 00:10:23 They just look like them. 00:10:24 I don't know who they are. 00:10:27 Mmm... So the Barneses are aliens, too. 00:10:32 That explains so much. 00:10:38 I love your dress, dear. 00:10:39 It's so refreshingly... 00:10:41 simple. 00:10:43 Thanks. 00:10:44 So, you're a diplomat. 00:10:45 I bet you've been to all sorts of interesting places. 00:10:49 Not really... Just here and there. 00:10:52 Uh-huh. 00:10:54 I think I'll, um... 00:10:55 I'll get some more ice cream. 00:11:01 I can't take it anymore! 00:11:03 I hate it when you guys are normal. 00:11:05 It's so boring. 00:11:07 It sure is. 00:11:08 I'm putting myself to sleep. 00:11:11 From now on, please, just be yourselves. 00:11:14 (sighing) I can't believe my dad fell asleep again. 00:11:21 Well, my dad told four jokes, and no one got any of them. 00:11:26 (sighing) They never change. 00:11:28 Yeah, I think that's why I like them so much. 00:11:31 (drumming, parents laughing) MRS. READ: This is fun. 00:11:36 It's a pity the kids won't join us. 00:11:38 I guess they're too embarrassed. 00:11:42 Embarrassed? 00:11:43 I can't imagine why. 00:11:44 (drumming continues) And now... 00:11:51 MAN: Our kids are all in the second grade together and they sure don't embarrass us. 00:11:57 WOMAN: My child's name is Tino and he has always nonsense in his head. 00:12:03 My son's name is Johny, and he's a very talented young musician. 00:12:10 WOMAN: My child's name is Hikaru. 00:12:13 Yes, he is a great artist. 00:12:17 My son's name is Calvin. 00:12:19 One of Calvin's greatest loves in life is swimming. 00:12:22 The first thing he grabs in the morning is his boogie board and he wants to go right down to the water, despite the fact that the water temperature might be 40 degrees and it could be raining it doesn't really bother Calvin too much. 00:12:37 Hikaru. 00:12:39 He's a cute child, and a very imaginative child. 00:12:44 He likes to play the piano and he also likes playing soccer. 00:12:49 (crowd cheering) TINO'S MOM: Tino-- he's a good kid. 00:12:53 He has a girlfriend and they're going to get married in the Bahamas. 00:12:58 and they have wedding plans and everything so that's already set. 00:13:03 JOHNY'S DAD: Johny plays drums. 00:13:04 He's learning guitar and he's playing violin. 00:13:06 He saw me at a concert of Greek music and it inspired himand his two brothers and all three have learned to play guitar. 00:13:14 One brother plays bass, and Johny plays the drums and he's the hardest-working drummer I ever played with. 00:13:21 (Greek music playing, drums banging) KIDS: And now... 00:13:36 Taking something that's not yours always leads to trouble. 00:13:41 Ask D.W. 00:13:41 Grandma Thora and I made 20 brownies last night. 00:13:46 Only 19 are left. 00:13:49 Who is the culprit? 00:13:52 Aha! A suspect! 00:13:54 Not guilty. 00:13:55 I just got back from the dentist, and I'm not eating any more sweets... today, anyway. 00:14:05 Nope... just bagel crumbs. 00:14:12 Darn. 00:14:13 It's only birdseed. 00:14:17 D.W.: Gotcha! 00:14:19 How could you? 00:14:21 How could he what? 00:14:23 Dad? 00:14:24 Youstole my brownie? 00:14:26 I didn't steal it; I ate it. 00:14:30 D.W.: Grandma! It's Dad! 00:14:31 He's the brownie thief! 00:14:33 Relax, D.W. 00:14:34 it's just a brownie! 00:14:37 Isn't it? 00:14:48 (toy airplane buzzing) Hi, Brain. 00:14:51 Hey, Buster! 00:14:52 Why are you inside on such a superlative Sunday afternoon? 00:14:56 (sighs) Blame it on Cybertoys. 00:14:58 You mean you finally got one? 00:15:01 Well, not exactly... 00:15:06 Ugh! There's a mouse in my basket! 00:15:10 (whirring) (yells) (Binky cackling) See what you're missing, Buster? 00:15:17 Cybertoys are great! 00:15:18 Binky Barnes you'll be sorry! 00:15:22 See what I mean? 00:15:23 MUFFY: Wait till I get my hands on you! 00:15:26 Come back here! 00:15:30 Aren't they cute? 00:15:32 You and pal need a Cybertoy, too! 00:15:35 (sighs) So, when will you guys get your Cybertoys? 00:15:43 Ah, my mom says I can't have one until my birthday. 00:15:47 Besides, they're too expensive. 00:15:49 And weird-looking. 00:15:50 My mom and dad say if I want one, I have to buy it myself. 00:15:54 Hey! The toy store just got in The Cybertoy action sets! 00:15:58 You mean Creepy Castle? 00:16:00 and the Galactic Garage! 00:16:01 I hope they're not sold out! 00:16:04 (sighs) Everyone on earth has a Cybertoy except us. 00:16:09 Come on, Buster. 00:16:10 Not everyone. 00:16:12 (laughing) Yeah... everyone. 00:16:18 Wow. 00:16:19 Dr. Zontar. 00:16:21 Look at the craftsmanship. 00:16:23 Look at the detail. 00:16:23 ARTHUR: And look at the price! 00:16:25 Oh, hi, Arthur. 00:16:27 Are you getting a Cybertoy? 00:16:29 No. I'm just looking. 00:16:38 Behold, mortals! 00:16:42 I bring you... 00:16:43 Buster... 00:16:45 Baxter! 00:16:52 Wow, Buster! 00:16:53 That's the coolest Cybertoy ever! 00:16:55 Of course... because he's mine! 00:17:11 Only a hundred pieces-- too easy. 00:17:14 Yeah. 00:17:15 Uh... Let's go! 00:17:18 D.W.: Hey! I saw that! 00:17:20 (gasps) I saw that lunchbox at school! 00:17:25 Phew! 00:17:26 Oh, hi, Buster. 00:17:28 Come on, Arthur. 00:17:29 Mom's ready to go. 00:17:31 Hi, buster. 00:17:32 Do you need a ride home? 00:17:34 I... I think I'll walk. 00:17:36 You want to come with me, Arthur? 00:17:38 No, thanks-- I've got to do my homework. 00:17:41 Smile, Kate! 00:17:43 We're on TV! 00:17:48 (gulps) (siren wailing) What have I done? 00:17:53 I'm a criminal! 00:17:56 (siren wails) ARTHUR: I'm innocent! 00:18:00 Buster did it! 00:18:01 Buster's the thief! 00:18:04 Get him! 00:18:05 There he goes! 00:18:07 Get back here! 00:18:07 Come back here! 00:18:08 (siren blares) (helicopter passing overhead) (panting) (siren wailing in distance) Oh, no! 00:18:35 I've never stolen anything before. 00:18:38 Does that make me a real crook? 00:18:43 (gavel pounding) MR. RATBURN: Order! Order! 00:18:44 Now, how did you all spend your weekend? 00:18:47 I studied motion-detecting security systems! 00:18:50 I readCrime and Punishment! 00:18:53 I went on a field trip... 00:18:55 to the police station! 00:18:56 I stole a Cybertoy. 00:18:58 (all gasp) Well, Buster Baxter that definitely makes you a real crook! 00:19:08 (gasps) No! 00:19:13 (siren in distance) (horn tooting) Phew! 00:19:21 (gasps) He stole second base! 00:19:24 Yeah! 00:19:25 Go for broke-- steal third! 00:19:27 BUSTER: No, put it back! 00:19:28 It's not worth it! 00:19:32 Oh. 00:19:34 (knock at door) Hi, Buster. 00:19:39 Are you okay? 00:19:40 I need to talk to you... 00:19:41 in your cell... I mean, room-- now! 00:19:46 Why are you acting so weird? 00:19:49 I'll show you. 00:19:50 Where did that come from? 00:19:52 How did you know it was in my bag? 00:19:54 Because... 00:19:55 because I put it there. 00:19:57 You what? 00:19:59 I stole it. 00:20:00 I know it was wrong but everyone has a Cybertoy except us, and .. 00:20:05 I couldn't help it. 00:20:06 Great-- a stolen toy I'm not supposed to have is right here in my room! 00:20:11 Thanks a lot, Buster! 00:20:12 I'm sorry I almost got you in trouble, Arthur. 00:20:15 But what do I do now? 00:20:16 I don't even want it anymore. 00:20:19 That's the truth! 00:20:20 What do you usually do when you get something you don't want? 00:20:23 Ask for a refund? 00:20:24 No, you return it. 00:20:25 Hmm. 00:20:26 We'll go to the drugstore tomorrow before it opens and leave it at the door with a note saying we're sorry we took it. 00:20:33 Sure! 00:20:34 We'll return it! 00:20:35 That's the only thing to do! 00:20:36 And it's therightthing to do. 00:20:39 (whirring) Now, get it out of here! 00:20:42 Okay... but how? 00:20:46 (vacuum cleaner humming) Good-bye, Buster. 00:20:50 Yeah, and thanks for taking out my trash. 00:20:52 (whirring) Oops! There goes my... stomach again. 00:20:59 Bye, Mrs. Read! 00:21:00 (vacuum cleaner starts again) (sighing) (panting) Where have you been? 00:21:10 I was writing the note. 00:21:11 What does it say? 00:21:13 "Dear Drugstore: we didn't Mean to take this Cybertoy. 00:21:17 "Somehow it just showed up in Arthur's book bag. 00:21:21 Signed, Unanimous." Buster, it's "Anonymous," not "Unanimous" and don't mentionmyname. 00:21:27 ThenI'llget in trouble! 00:21:28 See? This proves I'm no criminal. 00:21:32 (panting) Now what? 00:21:36 We can't just leave it here. 00:21:37 What if someone steals it? 00:21:39 Druggist: Morning, boys! 00:21:40 I'm in the middle of inventory, but come on in. 00:21:46 Psst-- the security camera might see us. 00:21:50 Okay. 00:21:51 I'll keep him busy here while you return the Cybertoy. 00:21:55 (gasps) Uh... Arthur, you... you should see this! 00:22:01 See what? 00:22:05 Oh, no! 00:22:06 Druggist: I'll say. 00:22:08 We sold out last night. 00:22:09 Everyone and his friend wants a Cybertoy. 00:22:12 But don't worry. 00:22:13 I'll have more soon. 00:22:16 BUSTER: Great. 00:22:16 If we leave it now, he'll know we did it! 00:22:19 Give it to me. 00:22:20 You go look at the candy. 00:22:25 (whirring) Come on, Buster. 00:22:29 We'd better not be late for, uh... lunch. 00:22:32 Didn't you boys come here for something? 00:22:35 Oh, just these lawbreakers... 00:22:37 I mean, jawbreakers! 00:22:41 That'll be 65 cents. 00:22:48 Pay him, Buster. 00:22:50 Okay... here. 00:22:51 Thank you! Bye, boys! 00:22:53 Bye! 00:22:55 (whirring) That's funny. 00:23:02 How did this get here? 00:23:04 "Dear Drugstore..." So... whose idea is this? 00:23:11 (both babbling anxiously) I'm waiting. 00:23:21 Okay, okay, I did it! 00:23:23 It was me! 00:23:24 Check your security camera! 00:23:26 You'll see it was me! 00:23:27 Thatsecurity camera? 00:23:29 It isn't even working. 00:23:31 It's not? 00:23:32 But my telephone is and I think I'd better make some phone calls. 00:23:37 (dialing) Boys, I know you meant well by returning the toy but stealing it in the first place well, that's where you went wrong... 00:23:46 very wrong. 00:23:50 I know it was a dumb thing to do. 00:23:52 I'm sorry. 00:23:53 You should have come to us when you found out what Buster did. 00:23:57 Yes-- even if you didn't take the toy can't you see how covering it up made it worse? 00:24:01 We're disappointed in you, Arthur-- youandBuster. 00:24:05 I'm disappointed in us, too. 00:24:09 You're going to have a long time to think about what you did-- to the store and to yourself. 00:24:16 BUSTER: I will. 00:24:19 And that's why I'm inside on a perfect Sunday afternoon-- all because of a toy I just had to have. 00:24:27 Wow! I'm glad I got mine for my birthday. 00:24:29 Well, see you in school tomorrow. 00:24:31 MOM: You can wash up for dinner soon, Buster. 00:24:35 And remember: Dinner, but no dessert. 00:24:39 She really knows how to hurt a guy. 00:24:44 (sighs) One weekend down, four more to go. 00:24:51 (toy airplane buzzing) Hi, everyone, it's me, Buster. 00:24:59 If you love the great food we get to eat in Elwood City, you won't believe all the great food I'm trying on my trip with my dad. 00:25:08 Mmm... don't you just want to eat some? 00:25:16 I'm tasting everything and I'm sending it all back to my friends in Elwood City on my very own video postcards. 00:25:22 They'rePostcards from Buster. 00:25:29 Visit us on-line at 00:25:33 You can findArthurbooks and lots of other books, too, at your local library. 00:25:42 ♪ What a wonderful kind of day ♪ 00:25:45 ♪ If we could learn to work and play ♪ 00:25:48 ♪ And get along with each other ♪ 00:25:50 ♪ You got to listen to your heart ♪ 00:25:53 ♪ Listen to the beat ♪ 00:25:55 ♪ Listen to the rhythm, the rhythm of the street ♪ 00:25:58 ♪ It's a simple message and it comes from the heart ♪ 00:26:04 ♪ Believe in yourself ♪ 00:26:05 ♪ For that's the place to start ♪ 00:26:08 ♪ And I say hey! ♪ 00:26:09 ♪ Hey! 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