- “While Carmen was intended as an exoticized depiction of the Other, Hey Arnold transforms it into a reflection of the self.“
- “In a way, this episode can be seen as advocating for the underappreciated role of the librettist, which is subordinate to both the composer and performer in the traditional production.”
Yep, I’m talking about this, football heads*:
Also, if you like awful puns . . .
Sometimes I’m not sure if whether I’m taking this stuff too seriously or not seriously enough . . .
*Also, just wondering, am I the only one who spent several years of my early childhood thinking that Arnold was a girl?