|"Big Horns George"|
|Number in season:||10a|
|Original Airdate:|| December 26, 2003|
|Written by:||Peter K. Hirsch|
|Storyboard by:|| Gerry Capelle|
"Kiss and Tell"
George learns how to sing the blues with a little inspiration from his dummy, Wally.
Brain tells George about the blues. After lending him CD's and showing him a song he wrote George becomes inspired to write his own blues song. After writing one he performs it to Koko Taylor, a blues legend, his courage is lost when he can't sing loud enough for anyone to hear. He goes home and listens to a CD by Taj Mahal, while listening, he dreams up more courage to perform for Koko Taylor once again. During his second attempt his guitar string snaps. As he loses courage again, Taj Mahal arrives and helps him to get over his snapped guitar string and George finally performs his song for Coco.
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- Arthur is absent from this episode.
- This is one of the episodes that focuses on music (with the others being Arthur vs. the Piano, Arthur's Almost Live Not Real Music Festival, My Music Rules, Arthur Plays the Blues, Brother, Can You Spare a Clarinet?, Tipping the Scales, and Lights, Camera... Opera!).
- The scene where Binky is the shop owner and jailer may be a reference to the book The Phantom Tollbooth.