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Coffee Between FriendsThere was quite a long way to go, even though he still had about an hour before he had to pick her up and get on the road. Arnold decided to take some downtime and grab a coffee at the cafe he and his friends often liked to go to sometimes. It had been a very busy morning, but overall, he couldn't stop smiling about it. It was part of the next step to a new phase in his life.
Coming inside, Arnold's eyes scanned for a place to sit, but not until a voice called out to him.
"Arnold? Is that you?"
At a nearby table not far from the window, sat Lila Sawyer. She was dressed modestly, in a pair of dark blue overalls and a light green t-shirt. Her hair was a lot shorter, just a little past her shoulders, and wore a green headband in it. She smiled and waved at him.
"Lila? Hey, Lila!" Arnold smiled and walked over. "I didn't know you were in town. How are you doing?"
"I'm doing ever so well, thank you!" Lila said. "Please, sit with me."
"Sure." Arnold sat down on the chair across from her. "Ho
Whatever, Wherever, WheneverI had to have been dreaming.
This was something I only dreamed about, fantasized in my head. This was the one thing I wanted more than anything, ever since the tender age of three years old. I said back then, and I say it now. I wanted to marry Arnold.
And now...I was.
I was married to none other than my beloved Arnold P. Shortman, something I've wanted ever since I first laid eyes on him. The enigma is gone now. I no longer have to hide my love for him. Not that I ever had to back when we started dating, but now it's gone, all gone, and there's nothing but love.
We're 25 now, and we have an apartment together across town in Hillwood, not far from where our family and friends live. So we still see them whenever we can. We don't have a lot of money, but that's okay. What matters now is that we have each other. We finally made it.
Now we're here in our apartment, newly married, we just got back from our honeymoon, which was a fun road trip to Canada. It was great! Like I said, we didn't
HA Married EssayPlot Rundown
"Married" is episode 96 in Season Five, and was originally aired on May 11th, 2002. The episode is a fan favourite considering it delves into Arnold's subconscious yet again, just like in "Arnold Visits Arnie", and we get an indication that even Arnold has trouble coming to terms with his true feelings, which are likely repressed, considering what happens at the end of his dream when Helga nearly confesses that she loves him. This also brings in an indication that he's aware of her feelings for him, and that he most likely heard her at the beginning of the episode when she was reciting one of her usual love monologues about her love for him. In basics, this episode is when Arnold and Helga both dream about what it would be like to be married.
I already gave an excerpt of the episode in my shipping essay, so of course we all know what happens, especially at the end, but since we're here, let's dive right in.
The episode begins with Arnold yet again, much less to our surpris
Attempted Run"Hey, hey, hey! Olga, don't take that tone with me! Now dust off Olga's trophies!"
"It's HELGA, Bob! And Olga, the REAL Olga, is in the kitchen already!"
"Quit your gripping, Olga deserves better than this!"
"Olga deserves EVERYTHING, doesn't she? Why don't you make her the Princess of England or something? Or heck, a freaking Goddess?"
"Baby sister!" Olga came into the room then. "Please don't yell! My chocolate souffle is in the oven! I want to make it for my little sis when she comes to visit later!"
"Oh sure, yeah, go have fun with Lila! See if I care! Heck, she may as well be your sister instead of me! I know you think it Olga, just admit it!"
"Why Helga!" Olga was shocked. "We have been over this before, Lila is my-"
"Don't even try. I know you'd want Lila as your real little sister than me. Just admit! Lila is everything to you that I'm not! Well forget it, I will NEVER be Lila! Never have been, never will be!"
"Don't you take that tone with Olga!" Bob yelled.
"Hey, you said you
Repeated History"They...they need your help, it has spread again. Please, you are their only hope, you two are of their demi-Gods...You are the only ones of whom they trust." Pleaded Margarita Velasquez, who was actually the daughter of Eduardo, a young woman in her late twenties.
History was repeating itself.
Arnold hesitated, feeling the stab of guilt, anxiety, and not to mention the pain of the familiarity of this. Standing next to him was Helga, holding their two-year-old son Phil. She too, had that air of anxiety and hesitation, which caused her to hold their son to her chest a little tighter.
The family had been, ironically, enjoying a day at the park altogether. On top of that, Arnold had even given Phil his hat from his childhood, given to him by his own parents. It was soon after they were just getting ready to leave that their friend from college, Margarita, who was, as mentioned before, Eduardo's daughter. She was their Eduardo, much like Eduardo himself had been to Miles and Stella way bac
The Elevator 4Helga sat, frozen in shock at his question. He had actually asked her to the dance. He was actually ASKING HER TO THE DANCE! Together! On a date! Going to the dance together.
"...Helga? I mean, if you don't want to go or anything, or would rather go just as friends, it's perfectly fine with me, or we could go with Gerald and Phoebe since they're going together, and if it's too last minute in case you'd have to buy a dress or something, it's fine, we really don't have to go if you don't-" Arnold stammered nervously, blushing hard and feeling the knots in his stomachs seem to tighten.
All those shifting knots and emotions and words suddenly hitched in an instant and the single word she'd just said suddenly sunk in.
' 'Okay' She she said yes '
And it was then that Arnold realized something very interesting. He'd never felt so so relieved about hearing someone say 'yes' to him in his entire life. He'd he'd asked a girl to a dance Helga G. Pataki
Ignoring Part 2"Good morning, class!" Mr. Simmons said brightly to his students. "We have an extra special lesson today!"
"So it's more special than our usual special lessons?" Helga muttered dryly.
Mr. Simmons didn't flinch, only smiled more. "That's very true, because today we are going to learn about the history of Hillwood's most epic and famous love story!"
A collective groan erupted from the class, aside from a few of the girls.
"Boy howdy, do we have to, Mr. Simmons?" Sid complained.
"Why do we have to learn about something so dumb?" Harold crossed his arms petulantly.
"Well willikers, ain't there somethin' excitin' about this story?" Stinky raised his hand.
"Oh, I imagine it must be ever so sweet!" Lila gushed.
"Now now everyone, it's important because this story truly teaches us that love isn't about what's on the outside, but what's on the inside." Mr. Simmons explained.
"Gee, wow, that does NOT sound like a certain Disney classic." Helga rolled her eyes. She chewed up a spitball and blew i
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