That's weird that they're somewhat distancing themselves from Ratburn and his husband after making the wedding episode such an event, maybe they're scared of Alabama pulling the episode?Oh hey, Ratburn's husband....and Ratburn himself wasn't in the ep. I see PBS really distancing that relationship
The episode honestly was...extremely stationary for a finale. As nice as it was for Arthur to make a Graphic Novel on his life, they never addressed how adults personally can change outside career. George I feel was a missed opportunity to note his reliance on Wally (though there's an ep earlier this season on him learning to speak out, so...), and Arthur for his general inferiority complex that drives him to a lot of trash trends or inflated ego in the shows run. At least Muffy seemed to mature, though it barely factors in all this
I do find it funny Arthur looks like PBGamer though, but I'm unsatisfied overall
Buster and George are fine design wise though, so ehThat's weird that they're somewhat distancing themselves from Ratburn and his husband after making the wedding episode such an event, maybe they're scared of Alabama pulling the episode?
But yeah, I agree, it wasn't very satisfying. The adult designs were super awkward, especially DW's, which looked like her 4 year face plastered onto an adult woman's body. I much preferred these designs that were made back in the early episodes
Honestly, I was kinda sad at the idea of Arthur ending but then I saw the quality of these new episodes and realized that it really is for the best.To be honest I’m happy the show has finally come to an end. It really was way past its expiration date and just felt like a dead horse being continually beaten on.
I gave the ending a watch and liked the designs; it was even nice some of the first season voice actors came back and reprised their roles. And the flashback to the first episode was nice.
But overall, I’d give maybe the first 8/9 seasons a watch and then just call quits from there.