What exactly is the appeal of Arthur? I'm guessing some people on /co/ might have perverted reasons for liking it, but what about the people outside of /co/? What do they see in this?
I can't speak for everybody, but I think it's because we all have "that episode". You know, like an episode of the show that stuck with us throughout our childhoods and shaped the direction of our lives.
Personally, I was always influenced by that one episode where Francine and Muffy go to a horse-girl club expecting it to be a group of fans of horses, only to learn that it was a bondage fetish group.
it actually has some heart, and knew how to deal with characters with: autism, diabetes, cancer, Alzheimer, 9/11, etc
at times it hit real close to home.
of course, if the show came out today, /co/ would call it "autistic trash"
It's just a very wholesome cartoon and I mean that sincerely. There are no disturbing exaggerated visuals, no bright colors or crude humor.
It's a show about kids who just happen to be animals. It also has some clever writing and is one of those PBS cartoons that's not written solely for small infants and toddlers. Some of the older jokes still make me laugh like Cat Saver.
Haven't watched the newer seasons mainly because the animation is an eye sore so I can't say if its still the same quality.
Crazy bus, crazy bus,
Riding on the crazy bus
Riding up, riding down,
Driven by a funny clown
Wacky goon-y, goofy, spoon-ny
High as a plane or a balloon-y
Crazy bus, come with us,
As we ride, ride, ride, ride, ride
It's a crazy bus, not a schmazy bus,
Don't make a fuss, just come with us
Slappy, sloopy, glopp-y, gloop-y,
Dopey, doffy, screwy, blue-y
Gooey, chewey, fooey, dewey
Crazy, lazy, crazy, crazy bus
A flat tire is no problem,
Because it's only flat on the bottom
A flat tire is no problem,
Because it's only flat on the bottom
So let's go!
Wacky, goony, goofy, spoony
High as a plane or a balloon-y
Sloppy, sloopy gloppy, gloopy
Hoola, hoopa, hoppy, hoopy
Dopey, doffy, screwy, blue-y,
Gooey, chewy, fooey, dewey
Crazy, lazy, crazy, crazy bus
It wasn't terrible and it came around before ZOOM.
Also Yo Yo Ma and some jazz musician wrestle in one of the episodes. And that other episode that kickstarted my gaining fetish. You know the one.
Don't like what you see? Turn off your TV and
I wish more people talked about Cyberchase. I loved the show as a kid, and every time I hear about it I get a slap of nostalgia. Also I had a hugecrush on the frizzy-haired girl from the live action segments.
There's nothing perverted about the pure and unbreakable love between two young girls who discover their sexuality with each other.
Nadine is mai waifu.
I'd put my penis in her imaginary vagina.
You should be ashamed of yourself anon.
Goddamnit why can't I stop!
>That episode where arthur beats the shit out of vegeta.
>MLP minus the autism
At first, OP, I was like you. I saw Arthur as a meme. I thought that is was just a show picked at random for /co/ to get it's cheap keks from with "the episode of [innocent show] where [innocent character] does [perverted thing].
Unlike you, however, I decided to lurk more before I made a thread about it or anything like that. I, too, joined in on the outrageous episode plot summaries. I actually watched a couple episodes to help improve my shitposting. But I found that it was surprisingly watchable. I kept watching more and more, and got to the point that I just play it on the side while browsing Arthur threads, and still do on other threads from time to time.
It's not just nostalgia; the show is genuinly enjoyable. Now, I'm not saying it's the best cartoon to have ever aired or anything extreme like that, but it is cozy, it is tolerable, and it is pretty funny at times.
Being as old as it is, there's plenty to watch without reruns, and it's more tolerated here than it would be were it only a couple years old, just as >>78776700 says.
It's old, established state also makes it kind of an achievement at how well it's done over the years. And yes, the animation went to shit, but everything else, the dialogues and plots and all, are still decent, and still feel "fresh" enough. And shit animation but otherwise decent is tolerable when you just watch it for the sake of something comfy to watch.
Also, and maybe most importantly, Arthur wasn't just arbitrarily chosen as the "wacky episode plot" meme. There actually are some pretty weird ones.
>The episode where Francine turns the school into a Nazi Germany parallel
>The episode where 9/11
are both real, as are plenty of other "joke" episodes. A part of the charm of Arthur is watching just another episode, but then it turns out to be a gem like this.
Let's not forget the upcoming "very special" episode that introduces kids to hipster culture.
>The episode where Sue Ellen swears off vidya
>The very next episode where a sequel to said vidya is released
For me it was just one of those shows that really accurately reflected my young life. I liked Recess for the same reason.
Other shows might be funnier or more dramatic, but their realities were so heightened they weren't relatable.
>"One day, I'll return to Gningnga-...Gninga-fub-fub...I'll just come back here!"
As a thirty-one year old man who works second shift, there's never anything on on the limited-channel-TV we get except talk shows (bleh), Cartoon Network (oh look reruns of TTG, again), Comedy Central (also reruns), and a few that do movies, PBS with Arthur at least gets me through an hour or so before one of the movie channels has something.
So I've only started watching recently, and I've got to say that, knowing it's geared toward kids, I've found it surprisingly a good watch to the point of actually laughing at jokes sometimes.
Fuck the ice cream shop kid though. Brain, I think? And the fat bully's a dick too.
And then I just noticed this...
Could this mean... !
You know, I kind of wish people would talk about the score more often. A lot of Arthur BGM is based as fuck.
Remember that one episode of Cailou when he learned that people get old and die, and learned that one day his dad would die and then him? That was a pretty steep episode
There was that one guy on Cyberchase for real that looked like he would most likely be a hipster
It did though, it began when he saw a dead bird, and heard "I guess it was too old", and then he heard that his dad was getting older, and that he was getting older as well. He pretty much freaked out about it.
It was nothing too special, but still pretty weird for the show
>It was lost
I sorta feel weird now, knowing I experienced a lost episode, not knowing it was lost... hell, it wasn't even that long ago when I last saw it, but long enough where I don't remember when
>that episode where arthur knocked DW the fuck out!
stupid little bitch touching arthurs shit. she got what she deserved. fuckin bitch
Well fuck you too.
>tried to upload picture of Hacker
>Detected possible malicious code in image file
>Arthur airs on PBS
>Log Horizon aired as educational programming on Japanese PBS (no, really)
/r/ing that someone draw Arthur as Shiroe.
Hacker was the best. Like when that chick told him all the evildoers called him "The Big E," and he thought it meant Elvis, and later showed up in a big white suit.
Also there was only one problem that I legit couldn't solve, and I got super fucking butthurt over it. Fucking decimals fucked me up.
It aired on the NHK E, a Japanese public educational television network, so it is akin to airing on PBS.
>mfw no Ken Burns anime
This show got me into loving cartoons. I had a dream of being a cartoonist from that one time they showed the staff hand painting each scene, and talking about it.
It left a huge impression on my small mind. I had always a dream of being able to make something so magical.
Later I learned flash is making everything these days, and really ruined that dream.
I've seen almost every episode pre-flash. When ever I'm really down in the dumps I got some Arthur. It helps that /co/ makes a meme out of this. I just need Arthur sometimes.
It might be.
It's the end of the 3rd grade arc, at least.
Post yfw next year Arthur airs another season and it's after a time skip
I would fucking lose my shit.
I will have the guillotine ready to kill any of the staff in a shameful public event, when they fuck up though.
>During the time skip Sue Ellen continued to travel with her parents visiting exotic locations and bringing back souvenirs
>Decides to finally get her revenge on Arthur for the sheepdog incident
>Comes up with an elaborate plan involving the mask she got in Mexico
So I know that Sue Ellen being evil/the antagonist is almost a meme now, but it turns out there's some basis for that. I mean, constantly having bizarre adventure around the world with her family was already a well-known fact, but there's even more basis for it.
Season 1, episode 21. Sue Ellen moves into town and everyone is afraid of her and coming up with crazy stories about her being evil.
The best part is that she's actually from Central America and she actually did bring a bunch of artifacts from there.
>Loved the Arthur Missingest Dub episodes.
>Faggot creator removed them from his Youtube because nobody liked anything else on his channel.
Ruined my day.
>The episode of Arthur Re:Loaded where Arthur goes through his old yearbook for a project in his Honors English class and remembers that he repeated the third grade
>Sees that he actually repeated the third grade a couple times.
>Sees that he and everyone else in his class actually went through the 3rd grade 18 times
>Realizes that his entire town was caught in a time loop for 2 decades
Or you could just Google it
Most episodes are boring slice-of-life stuff, but once in a while you will get an episode where something actually odd happens which is where the fake Arthur episodes running joke on /co/ started.
My mom wouldn't let me watch Rugrats because she thought Angelica was a bitch and didn't want me thinking that was acceptable behavior. I tried to explain to her that the point is that you're supposed to hate Angelica. She didn't understand.
So I snuck one day and watched it anyways. That episode Angelica taught me how to tie my shoes. Fuck you mom.
I saw the episode, it's pretty much back to status quo by the time the credits roll. Ratburn decides to move onto teaching the 4th grade, and the hipster teacher (guest star) BJ Novak decides to teach 3rd.
So nothing's really going to change if it gets another season.
I don't know if the remake did it too, but the '72 series made sure an entire generation of kids knew the ZIP code for WGBH's post office box: "Oh, two-one, three-four! Send it to ZOOM!"
Personally I'm of the opinion that the snowball was just another one of DW's tulpas, like Nadine.
It may or may not even be a more powerful tulpa than Nadine, for while she was "complete" with a personality and everything, while the snowball was just an object, it was an object that others could see (only DW's family, though) and it had tremendous climate changing powers. Notice how it started snowing just after everyone made a huge fuss about it, and made up complex crazy stories about it? My theory is that the snowball channeled the characters' thoughts into psychic energy into weather conditions for snow. This function would make sense as it was originally made by DW with the thoughts, or psychic energy, of being winter fun embodied.
Aliens are just more of Buster's imaginary stories that have turned into a stupid running gag. Come on guys let's not overthink this kids' show.
>That one where Caillou narrowly avoids a full-blown existential crisis.
I want to say this is a lost episode because someone along the line probably said it was too dark for kids but it's probably just not something kids even worry about. I mean I don't think people actually think about the inevitable march towards oblivion until they're like 20, and they don't get really freaked out by it until their midlife crisis.
Is that why he's bald? Everything is just a hallucination while he's terminally dying of cancer?
It's probably also why everything looks all dream like with the white frame around everything.
>And be on model next time or I'll kick your ass, punk
I used to google her and just fap to her.
Also Maya and Miguel
Age and Death aren't mutually exclusive. There are plenty of ways people can die, so of course people can understand that early. Aging is a bit different than that because you just don't see things changing that drastically at that age.
It could just as well be Buster too, or even both.
>Buster has a dream about aliens
>"Kill them all Buster!"
>George's dummy tells him the same thing
>They team up and end up killing eachother after finishing the deed
>They did it
At least it would be over before it went over the edge
>Arthur did an episode on the rise of the Nazis
>Arthur's movin' on up to 4th grade
>Caillou learns about death and that everyone dies
Man, it is too early for this shit
>That time Arthur and Francine got locked in the library for two days and started going mad
Jesus, one would have thought they'd just read or something. I mean, sure there was no lights, but there's still windows.
He already is. Don't you remember the episode where Arthur went to his house?
Somehow, this is pretty unnerving to watch.
Ratburn isn't gay, he's just a nerd who is good at being professional.
Also, I didn't realize it until I was older but Ratburn is really the only good third grade teacher in the whole school. The reason he has a reputation for being tough is because the other third grade teachers are such pushovers who aren't challenging their students.
Anon, that is what most anon in this site are at home: watching cartoons/anime/vidya and being a slob when they're not working.
Yeah, those kids are set for a few grades with what they learn from Ratburn.
This'll be way too useful.
Holy FUCK, I completely forgot about this show, only to have the memories flooding back once I saw this picture.
>I mean I don't think people actually think about the inevitable march towards oblivion until they're like 20, and they don't get really freaked out by it until their midlife crisis
I went through such a thing when I was in middle school, and was depressed during the summer before 9th grade because of it. In the end I got over it because I accepted that it was inevitable and stopped making such a big deal about it.
Was Arthur the only kids' show to address Asperger's Syndrome? It's the only one that comes to mind.
What do you guys think caused the time warp?
When do you think it started? Immediately once the first episode aired or sometime in the early seasons?
Or maybe it started BEFORE the first episode. If those trapped within the loop adjust to the progressing times, like the characters in Arthur, them maybe this stitch in time has been going on longer than 20 years.
That's a very apt comparison. Long running, grounded in reality, often overlooked for more flashy shows. Not every episode is the greatest thing, but taken as a whole the consistency of quality is impressive.
Arthur was the shit back in the day. It's a well-written show that covers a lot of issues without being preachy or retarded.
I wish they had the balls to to do a lgbt episode, just to piss off soccer moms. Apparently there are two seasons left, including two one-hour specials, that will start coming out this year.
I like Marina as a character because she doesn't like being treated like a special snowflake, and is good at calling Prunella out on her shit.
The Maria speaks episode was pretty good. It's one of those "very special" episodes, but it actually shows her working hard to overcome her disability instead of just demanding special treatment or bitching about muh society.
Judging by their tickle fights they're switch hitters. There first time though would suck because Prunella would be agonizing over taking advantage of a blind girl, and Marina would be like, "Just fuck me already."
Prunella wouldn't be agonizing over anything. She is the WORST best friend in all those episodes and doesn't consider Marina's feelings til they have a fight or something goes wrong. Prunella would probably lead her into it before Marina even realized what was going on.
Considering that 15 years ago, it was april, it took 15 years to advance 2 months
Then again, the series is kind non-linear because of summer episodes, so I guess arthur lives in some sort of time paradox
That's the best you can do? Is this /u/?
Butts are already dirty anon, having a girl squeeze another girls ass if just plain normal.
But seeing their fingers interlaced with one another, their sweaty palms pressed tightly together, ooooh boy now that's dirty.
Is Arthur set in the same universe as Blacksad?
Bunnies = Sex, no matter what you're talking about.
Dragon tales had conflict, but it was usually of the behavioral kind. "oh no, this character is selfish, what will we do" and would result in the old dragon giving some life lesson.
it was for younger kids though it was appropriate then
Long ago, in the before-times, when Arthur was a big deal, it wasn't uncommon for houses to have a whopping 3 channels on their TV; news, cartoons, and local programming. My house didn't get cable or satellite or anything until I was in high school, so it was Magic School Bus, Sesame Street, Arthur, and maybe something weird like Dragon Ball on the weekends, if you were lucky and your parents were still asleep, and you could get the antenna to catch the signal properly.
I didnt get cable till recently, in college.
my routine when getting home from school was
>PBS stuff like Arthur, Cyber Chase, etc
>Fresh Prince, Family Matters I think both were on the WB
if I was really adamant on not wanting to get started on homework, I'd stick around for Sabrina. Though Sabrina was fun too.
then Kids WB stopped doing weekday kids programming and stuck to only saturdays. pretty sure that was well after they ceased being Kids WB and became 4kids owned and run.
RIP kids WB.
I didnt watch it much at all as a kid, only saw it a few times.
Been recently watching it while being a jobless bum. It seems wholesome and focuses more on how everyone's different
I watched this show when I was a kid, and basically forgot about it for 17 years. I started watching it again in the last couple weeks in my time off. The first few seasons are still the best, but some of the newer episodes aren't bad.
Is that it? Is that where this shitty meme came from? What it this meme? What is that? Why do the Reads have a shitty meme on their fridge? Go ahead and call me new reddit fag who needs to go back to tumblr, just someone give me some answers
Now that's a can of worms I'd stock in my supermarket.
They already had an episode with lesbians, and Buster's only reaction was, "That's a lot of moms." Buster also also cross-dresses a bunch of times, and tells Arthur that it's "narrow minded" to not want to dress like a girl.
This has followed me for what has basically been my entire life.
And now you have it too.
My name is Arthur tooand I though the show was okay but the amount of "do you have a dog named Pal?" or "do you have a friend named Buster?" comments from kids thinking they were clever drove me up the fucking wall and always kept me from fully getting into it.
>mfw you basically described the entirety of my adolescence.
Kids WB was my shit back then.
because to those who didn't have cable, PBS kids was the one who had cartoons all day until 6pm.
and arthur was probably the best written, animated, and relatable show of the whole programming block. there wasn't any math to learn, science to discover, etc. it was about social, moral and ethical situations and how to deal with them.
>Buster comes out as trans
>Binky comes out as gay
>They admit their love
>Arthur is weirded out because he doesn't understand
>He understands sooner or later and accepts the fact that he has to call his best friend by female pronouns now
Arthur also had a birthday, and it even got a point and click adventure out of it. What if birthdays are more important than we realize?
>Marina, it's so dark in here!
>That's okay, I can see for both of us..
>Marina, that tickles!
>he's just a nerd who is good at being professional...is really the only good third grade teacher in the whole school
>Teaching how bartering systems worked
>Gives class assignment to not spend any money for a week
>Says he'll do it too
>A grown man with a car and bills and shit
>Forgot to go grocery shopping before giving assignment
>Still does the assignment
>At one point combines nuts with a can of condensed milk from the back of his cabinet into some kind of tough-as-nails cereal
>Ends up going on the streets with his puppet shows for food
Ratburn is fucking dedicated. Best Teacher/10.
Things we know about Ratburn:
>teaches elementary school
>likes music, theatre, cake, literature, math
>skilled at puppeteering, ballroom dancing, ping pong, and magic tricks
>likes classic cartoons like scooby doo
>used to be fat and used to stutter
It really wouldn't seem out of character for him to be gay. It's not like third graders know a whole lot about their teachers' personal lives outside of school. As long as they don't make a big deal out of it, or mention it after the show is over to get SJW points, I don't see a problem with it.
>Watch Arthur as a kid
>Really get to know all the major characters
>Arthur, DW, Buster, Francine, Muffy, Binky and the Brain
>All the major characters
>All of them
>Watched it with my younger siblings a lot as I got older
>I was almost a teenager at this point and I watched it
>Got to know and laugh with and relate with all the major characters again
>Arthur, DW, Buster, Francine, Muffy, Binky and the Brain
>All of them
>Continue to grow older
>See "Sue Ellen is best character" and "Fern is best character" posts
>I don't even recognize those two
>Think they are unimportant side characters or maybe even characters without any lines
>Think liking these super obscure background characters must be some meme
>Decide to watch it again
>Sue Ellen and/or Fern are in nearly every episode
>Sue Ellen and Fern get a lot of episodes dedicated to them
>Even in the other episodes they are often fairly significant
>They actually are the best characters
What happened? How could I spend my whole childhood watching this show and have no memory of these two?
>Absolute shit taste in everything
Can we agree that any episodes revolving around Kate and Pal is the worst?
>not liking poet dog
>not liking best Teacher in Cartoon history
>not liking fat ass
You're the one who's crazy here.
They are, objectively, the 3 best characters.
>weeb Brazilian redneck
I don't know if you've put any research into this prior to this contrarianism or if you're just attaching whichever insults come to mind to best cat, but I have to admit that is pretty accurate.
She IS a weeb and she IS from Central/South America. No actual home country is given, just that she is from that region.
I think he's referring to all the martial arts. She has never (to my knowledge at least) shown any interest in anime or manga or any of that shit.
Then make her an interesting South American, like a soccer player, a funk dancer or a Peruvian mountain girl, not some hick from Minas Gerais or Piaui.
I mean they're both lanky characters with long snouts and no true fans like them.
This show has over 200 episodes, they were bound to run out of stories about the core characters sooner or later.
I'm not really a fan of Sue Ellen, because she's literally the Lisa of Arthur (even a vegetarian), but Fern is actually a pretty good character. I'm sure she's pretty fun to write, because of all the detective and film noir stuff.
I read somewhere that the writers are also a fan of George, and that's why he started getting featured in more episodes. While I'm not a George fan, I think he's kind of what Arthur was meant to be--a lovable loser. But Arthur morphed into being a dick with no redeeming qualities other than being average.
>I mean they're both lanky characters with long snouts and no true fans like them.
>lanky character with a long snout
You really think that's a narrow category?
>no Disney fans like Goofy
>Interesting South American
>List of overused South American tropes
No thank you
And I understand that that's not just cartoon cliches, that that stuff is actual culture and all, and that there are plenty of South Americans who are soccer players, funk dancers and Peruvian mountain girls, but those are the only ones you ever see in cartoons. Sue Ellen is different, plus, "from South America" isn't her entire character, like most South Americans in cartoons.
>I thought that is was just a show picked at random for /co/ to get it's cheap keks from with "the episode of [innocent show] where [innocent character] does [perverted thing].
>...are both real, as are plenty of other "joke" episodes.
You really think someone would do that? Just go on the internet and tell lies?
This show is made in Canada m8. School shootings aren't an issue here, because Canadians aren't retarded and actually require background checks to prevent crazy people, criminals, and named terrorists from obtaining guns.
>I can't wait
>I can't wait
>Are you sure it's only Tuesday
Fuck, I remember almost nothing from that game, but that line sticks with me.
There was another Arthur game though. You had to race D.W. to the ice cream store, and at the end you could choose what flavor to get. They were all awful, but I specifically remember one full of egg shells, and another called "Toenail Crunch", which is what you imagine.
>Ratburn: I thought you might enjoy watching one of my favorite videos
>Puts on Scooby Doo
>Every adult in the house races into the room to watch it
My sister always putting this shit when I was trying to watch Dragonball Z
>When is this show over
>Tell her the end of the episode should tell me something
>Mfw every episode ends FIND OUT NEXT TIME ON THE ULTIMATE EISODE OF DRAGON BALL ZEEE
Holy shit I forgot her
and the huge crush I used to have on her
Would you join her poetry club or read a detective book for her?
I'd help her plan her plan her revenge missions
My nigga. The show was filmed in Boston where I grew up, and you just gave me a pimp slap of nostalgia back to me.
If it helps a tad bit, all of the cast were just volunteers that never intended to become TV or Movie stars. Nonetheless, I'm sorry your childhood was shit.
I enjoy writing so yes. I would also read to her and scratch her ears as she started to get sleepy.
Anon you may want to put like a circle or box or something over the corner in paint.
That's another thing I like about Arthur; they follow up on past events a lot. There's a lot of references to past episodes, and even episodes that work as a sort of "sequel" even if they air years apart, like Return of the Snowball.
You are Arthur
Meeting Ratburn for the first time
That snow episode where everyone at Arthur house because of the Black out
Ratburn living with Arthur
Reed family beach vacation episode
That Ocean World episode
The entire Vocaloid episode
Camping in the backyard episode
That other Camping episode
Any Fern episode
Seriously, there are tons and tons of episodes.
He doesn't actually say that in the episode. I know because I'm Marathoning the show
>be a child
>it's on all the time on public television
That's about it, anon.
It only helped that the voices weren't horrible and it had actual staying power when you got older.
I grew up with Barney and hated it with all my being once I turned ten.
Meanwhile Arthur started coming on and I'd still watch it with my little sister.
That one where they slept over in a museum and Binky snuck into the future world and then was in the future, and all the class were in pods.
Who even sleeps over in a museum anyways?
this tbqh_fam, it was on every morning on cbc before school started, watched it every morning with my brother as a I breakfast.
other kids shows usually followed a plot that explicitly tried to teach you something, everything would revolve around some stupid life lesson. But arthur didn't do that (most of the time), it felt like a sitcom like the simpsons or futurama.
There was that one episode where Binky was about to adopt his new sister, but had that weird ass dream sequence where he was all tiny and got eaten by her
I wasn't even that young back then, and it still scared me
A few months ago I decided to watch Arthur to see what state its in
The format is still the same, the voices sound odd and the animation is shit. It was some episode where that edgy 90s dig kids mom married some faggot and the kid had to get used to his new siblings. It was on par with how the show has been, so that's good. The only part I didn't like was the middle segment where Arthur was explaining polygamy like it was a good thing. If Arthur hadn't fallen under the radar, there would have been a shit storm
>all the female Arthur characters have hair except Fern
She will grow them out. She was just a background character from the start of the show
>Arthur season 1
>Main characters given their characters and design and traits
>For example, Binky talks shit. It's what he does
>Over 20 episodes dedicated to this handful of characters
>Over 20 episodes of Binky talking shit
>Last episode (I think it was last may actually have been 2nd or 3rd to last) of the season Binky talking shit
>That dog girl in the background opens her mouth for the first time ever
>Completely ruins Binky
When did you realize Fern was god-tier Arthur character?
>Francine was talking shit about Fern
>Fern manage to get back at her by making a comic
>everyone started copying her
Also Fern is kind of a bully and that's part of why we all like her I think.
She's like some weird autistic kid who even weird among autists in that she is super reserved and quiet and never mentions her OC even if asked directly, but when provoked enough becomes the meanest character.
Pic related, she drew this for Arthur in "A Rat Comes to Dinner" when everyone thought Arthur was getting special treatment because he was roommates with Ratburn.
Damn she roast him so hard she ain't even have to draw him a left hand
In all honesty, EVERYONE was a bitch to Arthur in that Ratburn episode, even Buster.