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Arthur, Season 11TV-GClosed Captioning

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Description

School is out, and Arthur and his friends are back with 10 new episodes. The new season kicks off with "Swept Away" as Arthur, D.W., and Buster spend a few days at the beach discovering the simple joys of building sandcastles. But can they save their beloved creation from the inevitable ocean tides? Other new episodes include: "Germaphobia," in which Buster's friends have had enough of his sloppy habits, so they band together to educate him on the realities of germs; "Buenas Noches, Vicita," where we find Vicita Molina having lost her favorite book; and "Prunella Packs It In," where, after piling on the extra-curricular activities, Prunella begins to crack under the heavy load. Also this season, Arthur goes behind the camera when he is inspired by special guest star Matt Damon to try his hand at filmmaking. Responding to Matt's call for homemade videos for his latest project, "Postcards from You!," Arthur and his friends join kids from all over the country to make one-minute videos about their lives. Matt is so inspired by Arthur's friends and family that he asks Arthur if he would be interested in starring in his own TV show. (Hmm, so is that how it all started?)

Customer Reviews

Dude

arthur the Aardvark....seriously

I Love Arthur

I've watched Arthur ever since I was little. I love the show! Who cares if your over the age of cartoons. It has great illustration and is a friendly show!!

great show

for once, a show that doesn't revel in the stupidity of adult human beings. The kids in this show have fun and show adults a little about the important things in life.