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Arthur's Almost Live Not Real Music Festival

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"Arthur's Almost Live Not Real Music Festival"

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Season/Series: 3
Number in season: 11B
Original Airdate: United States December 28, 1998
Canada February 8, 1999
Germany March 7, 2002[1]
Credits
Written by: Joe Fallon
Ken Scarborough
Storyboard by: Robert Yap
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"Arthur's Almost Live Not Real Music Festival" is the second half of the eleventh episode in the third season of Arthur.

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Arthur and Buster have an imaginary music festival featuring the whole cast in songs based on their lives, themselves, and the library.

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At the beginning of the episode, D.W. and Jane Read hear a noise that leads D.W. to the basement, where Buster and Arthur are pretending to make music videos. After Arthur promises that they aren't tricking her, D.W. agrees to watch, and the videos start.

Arthur's Almost Live Not Real Music Festival

The episode consists of five songs, including a reprise of Library Card:

The show ends with D.W. yelling "Who is Dewey?" As the episode comes to a close, Arthur and Buster say "Ta-dah!" D.W. comments that their show was okay for the basement, and then adds, "but it would never work on real TV." Arthur and Buster then pull a "The End" curtain over their video station. "By the way," D.W. adds, "who's Dewey?"

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