Gamers, animators and fans have shared their congratulations, with comments including: "Love conquers hate", "Welcome out", and "Arthur says, 'Gay rights"'.
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In "Mr. Ratburn and the Special Someone", the beloved teacher of Arthur and his friends gets married to a man. The episode ends with little fanfare from the kids as Mr. Ratburn's gay wedding barely phases them, as they're more excited about the cake they get to eat.
Praise poured in for the show with even GLAAD, which handles LGBTQ representation in the media, tweeting out its support for the episode.
The next shot is of Mr Ratburn and Patrick strolling arm-in-arm down the aisle to cello music.
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It said that "everyone involved" will be offered support from the Employee Assistance Programme, as well as access to counsellors. Known for confrontation, it is the most popular programme on ITV's daytime schedule, with an average of one million viewers.
Based on the series of books by author Marc Brown, "Arthur" is TV's longest-running children's animated series.
The classic children's show has been around for so many years, but proved it stays up with the times with the latest episode. He added that "Postcards From Buster" existed to "connect kids with other kids by reflecting their lives".
The only sense of discomfort in "Mr. Ratburn and the Special Someone" comes from Francine, and it has nothing to do with her teacher's choice of partner. And it's literally the cutest thing ever! But, they do make fun of the way he and his new husband dance.
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He had a decent game in which he racked up 25 points, seven boards, and four assists to help lead his team to the road upset. Roughly one of every four Game 7s has been decided by three points or less; 56% have been decided by a single-digit margin.