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|First Appeared (cartoon)|
Stanley , briefly Chico [named by Vicita]) is Arthur's teddy bear. His grandmother gave it to him on his third birthday (seen in a flashback.) Arthur once let D.W. borrow him when her Blankie was missing.
Arthur finally gives him up in a garage sale to Vicita. She decides to name him Chico but later on, she trades him for a sticker to the Tibbles. Arthur worries, thinking the Tibbles would destroy him. He discovers that the Tibbles gave it to their Grandmother, and she patched him up. Arthur tells her she can keep it, but then he runs back and reclaims him saying "Actually, I think I'll keep him for this weekend." Arthur states that he will keep onto the bear for only the weekend, however in season 21 episode 3 part 1 (Francine and the soccer spy, time 4:09) Francine tells the group, "don't tell these secrets to anyone", she then proceeds onto telling each member an example and when she comes to Arthur she states "not even your teddy bear". arthur then wiggles his glasses saying "I don't have a teddy bear", since he wiggled his glasses, as D.W mentioned before when Arthur wiggles his glasses he is lying. this means Arthur was lying about this and he actually has a teddy bear in his possession. Arthur could not have got another teddy bear because the only way that Francine could find out about a new teddy bear is if the scene of which he got the new teddy bear was shown to us as well, since this scene was not shown and there is no further evidence that Arthur returned the teddy bear to Ms.Tibble, this means in fact that Arthur did not return Stanley and kept it.
- D.W.'s Blankie
- Desperately Seeking Stanley
- Baby Kate and the Imaginary Mystery
- The Friend Who Wasn't There (mentioned)
- Francine & the Soccer Spy (mentioned)
- D.W. and the Beastly Birthday
- Stanley has been owned by Arthur since he was 3.
- Although Stanley is not imaginary, Arthur viewed him as an imaginary friend. This is depicted in a flashback to Arthur's fifth birthday.