The new kid in town charms Arthur and friends with her stories.
Francine is embarrassed when Muffy posts a goofy video of her; Muffy's excited about the 1st Annual Lakewood Derby.
D.W. is jealous when Emily gets the lead role in the preschool play; D.W. and Emily are not happy when they get stuck with blocks at playtime.
Mr. Ratburn loves his new high-tech teaching tool -- until it corrects him in front of the class; D.W. tries to assess his sister's intelligence.
James is the first overnight guest for the Tibble Twins; Tommy Tibble is the prime suspect when a cupcake is stolen.
Molly sets a bad example by bullying; Brain starts a chess club at school.
George can't wait to play baseball; Brain is teamed with Buster and Binky for the annual Arithmattack competition.
Buster hopes to earn enough points in his school's reading program so he can get a skateboard; Buster and Brain disagree about movies.
Fern has writer's block; Muffy and Francine compete to be the best vegetarian.
Arthur jokes about Sue Ellen's sweater, hurting her feelings; everyone recalls their best days ... except Arthur.
Power shifts in the Tibble household when the twins find out that Tommy is two minutes older than Timmy; frustrated in his new role, Timmy enlists the help of an expert older brother tamer: DW.
Ladonna accidentally ruins a recital dress that Muffy let her borrow.
Arthur gets concerned when business is slow for Mr. and Mrs. Read.
D.W. saves Tommy and Timmy from a fall.
Arthur offers to babysit for his parents.
Buster tries to convince his friends that a giant toad exists.
Every dog appears to love Arthur, except for Carrot Cake.
School is almost out, and Arthur can hardly wait for summer days by Muffy's pool.
The adventures of a young aardvark and his friends.