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As Seen On TV: A Convincing Real Life Version of the Hey Arnold! Bedroom

Of all the Nickelodeon characters, perhaps none had a cooler pad than Arnold, of Hey Arnold! fame. His tricked out bedroom, at the top of his grandparents' boarding house, boasted a glass roof, kicking stereo, remote-controlled everything, and even...
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