Thoughts on Arthur's Perfect Christmas

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Thoughts on Arthur's Perfect Christmas

Post by BionicBunny on Tue Aug 12, 2014 6:14 pm

santa Because it's Christmas every day.

What are your thoughts and opinions on Arthur's Perfect Christmas?
I liked it,it was great.What more do you need to know?

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Re: Thoughts on Arthur's Perfect Christmas

Post by Nope on Tue Aug 12, 2014 7:36 pm

It was a turning point in the series, bounding all the characters into a much more rigid identity - both in religious faith and racial heritage.

For whatever reason, I always felt Buster's plight was supposed to be a representative of agnosticism or general dismissal of the more widespread faiths and traditions.

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Re: Thoughts on Arthur's Perfect Christmas

Post by MarleyandPal96 on Wed Aug 13, 2014 11:50 am

I have a bunch of mixed feelings about this since I got the video a week or so after it aired when I was younger.

It was the beginning of poltically correct holiday specials.....and yea it was a turning point for the characters. Almost as if the show jumped the shark.


One of my favorite storylines is the Tina The Talking Tabby. Reminds me of that Pillsbury Doughboy ad that played constantly at Kroger in the 90s where he giggled at the beginning. It is funnier when you're older.....at least they didn't date it with Tickle-Me-Tina.

Speaking of Tins The Talking Tabby....I'm going to start a new thread just on that toy.

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Re: Thoughts on Arthur's Perfect Christmas

Post by A Lotta Moms on Wed Aug 13, 2014 12:19 pm

Overall, I rather enjoyed Arthur's Perfect Christmas.  While I do agree that they really overdid it with the diversity/political correctness factor, the conflict between Francine and Muffy over Hannukkah and Christmas felt genuine.  They should have just left it at that instead of "assigning" Brain Kwanzaa (which I've heard very few African-American families actually practice) or George an obscure foreign tradition that few people have even heard of who don't live in Northern Europe.
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Re: Thoughts on Arthur's Perfect Christmas

Post by Kerry9Story on Wed Aug 13, 2014 3:58 pm

well Sam's black an her brother does.
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