The “Arthur” characters are adults and all grew up in the series finale

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the arthur The series finale has officially arrived. It’s been a long journey for the sweet spectacled aardvark and his pals and it’s been a bittersweet moment for fans. In fact, many were heartbroken when PBS announced that the 25th season would be its last. But there was a light at the end of the tunnel, and it was worth the wait. The last episode of arthur called “Blabbermouth/All Grown Up” featured Arthur, DW, Francine and the rest of the gang as adults. Yes, adults. Sure, it’s sad to say goodbye, but what a way to end it.

The episode sees Arthur, 20 years later, with long, loose hair if you can believe it, sitting at a booth at the Sugar Bowl getting ready to show his friends the graphic novel he’s written. And this graphic novel is about them. Grow. In fact, the first chapter is “How I Got My First Pair of Glasses”, just like the very first episode of Arthur titled “Arthur’s Eyes; Francine’s Bad Hair Day,” which aired in 1996. It appears the entire series was based on Arthur’s graphic novel.

As for the rest of the gang, Arthur’s little sister, DW, grew up to be a traffic cop, Buster Baxter is a school teacher, Binky is a weatherman, Francine has a sneaker shop and, of course, Muffy Crosswire is candidate for mayor.

“Arthur’s latest episode sees the kids grow up.

The latest episode, which aired live on PBS Kids YouTube on Monday, stirred up strong emotions among viewers. Especially kids from the 90s who felt nostalgic seeing the end of an era. A fan pointed out that the original voice actor behind Arthur Read for the first five seasons, Michael Yarmush, returned to lend his voice to adult Arthur.

‘Arthur’ has grown well.

Another Twitter user was also left in tears by the finale, “that Arthur series finale made me cry a** in tears and I don’t know why. I grew up with this show for so long and seeing them all grow up with successful careers makes me feel a sense of pride.

The finale of “Arthur” sees the gang grow.

Another remembered watching arthur at a very specific time in his life, writing, “BRB watching @PBSKIDS Arthur series finale. I remember coming home from school in 4th grade, eating my bites of bagel, doing my homework and devouring this show. My own child just started watching episodes a month ago.

The ‘Arthur’ business has grown.

arthur designerMarc Brown was also featured in the episode as a library patron who introduces Arthur to the idea of ​​becoming a writer, and it was just too much for a social media user who wrote, “so Arthur’s story ended with him becoming a real author. the person who pushed him into this career, marc brown (the creator of arthur). oh and the voice of adult Arthur was the original voice of Arthur (Micheal Yarmush), I’m emotionally destroyed.

The characters of “Arthur” have all grown up.

Finally, many people have taken to social media simply to thank arthur to be such wonderful series for the past 25 seasons. “thank you marc brown, pbs and arthur for literally everything, this show is so important and i’m glad it became something my whole family enjoyed

The cast of “Arthur” has grown.

As the original series ended, the official arthur Twitter shared an important reminder, “Remember to tell your friends: Arthur is NOT leaving, episodes will continue to air on @PBSKIDS and the video app. NEW Arthur content is coming! Stay tuned for more information on a future podcast and digital shorts. Thank you for being with us for 25 years!

At least we got to see the gang grow. And Arthur with splendid hair. It was worth every minute.

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