Arnold Convinces Grandpa Phil
00:00 - 02:16
2m 16s

Arnold talks to Grandpa Phil about his declining academic performance and his lack of enthusiasm for his dream of getting a grade school diploma. When Grandpa Phil seems to give up, Arnold gets to the root of the issue and finds out that Grandpa Phil is scared that he'll fail. Arnold inspires Grandpa to continue pursuing his dream and helps him study to achieve it.


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