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May 28, 2016 / Posted by:

Joy and Uncle Chuck from Hey Arnold!, who were accused of getting into some tongue-in-the-booty action on a Thanksgiving episode!

It is the age of the rim job! Drake supposedly lives for it and Lance Armstrong’s b-hole ring supposedly tingles whenever he sees a tongue. Well, now an old ass scene from a Thanksgiving episode of the late-90s and early aughts Nickelodeon cartoon Hey Arnold! has made the rounds on the Internet because some see a little butt munching action going down. After Arnold and Helga leave Thanksgiving dinner, it kind of looks like Uncle Chuck is taking his mouth to Joy’s AssTown. I guess they do it the European way and have their tossed salad after the main course.

The scene is below (complete with a baby crying in the background), and if Joy’s asshole is on the side of her body, then yeah, they were pushing the eating ass agenda on Hey Arnold!

Because that Thanksgiving tossing salad scene became the Magic School Bus hungry, hungry anus of 2016, Hey Arnold!’s creator Craig Bartlett had to say something about it. Craig tells A.V. Club that Uncle Chuck is eating a turkey, not Joy’s ham hole:

“The scene is from ‘Arnold’s Thanksgiving,’ and the kids are leaving Mr. Simmons’ apartment, where his family is arguing at the table. That’s Uncle Chuck eating a turkey with his hands. I assure you it was never intended to be what the guy tweeted it was.”

Sure, Craig, sure. But now that Craig mentions it, it looks like Uncle Chuck is eating a turkey leg, a turkey leg that is also in Joy’s butt. Rim jobs and food play?! Those Hey Arnold! animators were some sucio tricks!

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