When masquerading as Arnold’s French pen-pal Cecile, she still speaks with an American accent, even when speaking French. Yeah [Edward Hopper]’s okay. Helga, I’m really full. Why do you think we missed it, Harold? Somehow, through some invariable sequence of events, that rock will find its way back to her and smack her from behind. Kind of simple, though.
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She keeps her crush a secret in order to protect her reputation, often going to insane lengths to do so. Arnold on a payaki on the other side of town: Will I be forever enslaved by your spell?
Hey Arnold! – Helga G. Pataki / Characters – TV Tropes
In patak “Arnold’s Valentine” and “Helga’s Masquerade” Helga learns that she does not need to act exactly like someone else to be liked by Arnold, but generally acting nicer will earn her his love. In The Movieshe confesses but denies it afterwards when Arnold thinks she’s kidding. The Movieshe ripped her picture of Arnold to shreds before tossing it and its heart-shaped frame off the back of the gelga.
Despite her tomboyish personality and tendency to gravitate towards whatever the boys are doing particularly if it’s baseballthe boys are less keen than the girls to include her. Whenever she realizes she’s said too much about her crush on Arnold to Phoebe, she’ll end the conversation by saying “this conversation never happened. She disguised herself in a black trenchcoat, a derby, glasses, and fake mustache, passing herself off as “Bernard Flotsom”, a rich antique art collector. Inact, this is the reason why she gives herself a makeover in “Helga’s Makeover”.
In the book version of “Arnold’s Valentine” she takes her disguise a step further and has her hair dyed pink. And what’s his deal with women, anyway? Helga, I’m really full. Whenever she does something mean to Arnold, she tends to be remorseful of it. She can really rattle off when she wants to, particularly when giving orders to Phoebe.
Once Scheck is arrested and the town is saved, Arnold gives her an opportunity to take back what she said and she’s back to insulting him. Aside from the aforementioned incident in “Dinner For Four”, “Helga’s Masquerade” has Helga not only learn to mimic Lila’s behavior and mannerisms to the letter, but dress like her at Rhonda’s costume party.
Not Good with Rejection: In The Movieshe gives up the chance of profiting off of her dad’s new Beeper Emporium in order to save the neighborhood from being destroyed by Scheck, so that Arnold won’t have to move away. Why do you think we missed it, Harold?
In “Helga Sleepwalks”, Helga started sleepwalking after eating pork rinds. In The Jungle MovieArnold states that he suspected that she was mean to him in order to mask her true feelings of adoration and that he wasn’t ready to accept Helga’s confession at the time.
The whole concept behind giving Helga a mean father was to win her sympathy with the audience, but the biggest tragedy with her character might just be that she basically is her father in a lot of ways. Played for Drama when Bob sees her frowning in all of her family photos. And I feel peace, true peace at last.
I gotta think of something I can do for her. You need to login to do this. While it’s true that she did change her hairstyle and outfit while putting on makeup, she still wears a pink hairbow, a pink dress and doesn’t disguise her voice or accent.
He of course warms up to her eventually.
Sighs dreamily before switches to bully mode. Not that it prevented her from cooing and passing out. When masquerading as Arnold’s French pen-pal Cecile, she still speaks with an American accent, even when speaking French.
A running gag is her tendency to break into overly melodramatic monologues whenever she does anything she regrets, as well as villainous monologues when she’s scheming.
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Her sacrifices in “Arnold’s Christmas” and Hey Arnold! Yet she seems saddened and angered that Arnold was only hanging out with her because she looked and acted like Lila.
She’s brash, aggressive, spits, plays sports, loves wrestling and doesn’t give two hoots and a holler about girly stuff, unless she’s trying to impress Arnold or in “Helga’s Makeover”. Throughout most of the series Arnold can barely stand Helga thanks to her constant bullying, and rejects the idea that she actually likes him whenever helgz is suggested to him.