Arthur (TV series) - Wikipedia
Meet Binky is the second part of the sixth episode of Arthur season 3. It aired with Binky Rules. Binky, the unknown band, has their first concert at Elwood City. Arthur is an educational television series, created by Cookie Jar Arthur also has his own Wiki-style research website, Arthur Wiki, that has 3, pages. Binky (stylized as BINKY) is a Finnish band that became #1 on the charts in the U.S. in just two hours. In the episodes "Binky Rules" and "Meet Binky," all the kids are talking about them. Because their name is the same as Binky Barnes', they got him in trouble until Buster and.
Cookie Jar Entertainment group started to product the animated series in and the first episodes were aired in The television show includes a large cast of notable characters : The protagonist of the series.
He is an elementary school aged aardvark with round glasses and a yellow long sleeved shirt. He also has a dog named Pal.
Seen mostly as a pest and annoyance to Arthur, she is stubborn, bossy, and loud. She is a pre-school aged aardvark who has been a part of the supporting cast since the show's pilot.
She has also had multiple episodes revolving around her and her life. She has an imaginary friend named Nadeen who leaves later on in the series as part of growing up. She enjoys a fictional series Mary Moocow a spoof of Barney which irritates her brother and family.
Arthur's best friend and one of the most popular characters. He is the same age as Arthur and reads the same comic books as his best friend about Bionic Bunny and Dark Bunny satires of Superman and Batman. He is a victim of asthma and loves to eat excessively.
A spin off starring him was created in called Post-Cards from Buster which was filmed part animated part real life as he travels the world with his father documenting the lives of children he meets along the way. It ran from tobefore being revived in Francine is an 8th grade anthropomorphic monkey in the series in the same class as Arthur and Buster.
Her demeanor is headstrong and willful. She is a Jewish-American living in an apartment complex with her family. Despite being from a low-income family, her best friend is the daughter of the richest man in town.
Muffy is the spoiled daughter of Eldwood city's local tycoon and is used to an expensive lifestyle. Arthur also has several friends who come from various ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds, and he also occasionally meets with members of his extended family. Crown City, as featured in other episodes, is apparently a fictional representation of New York City.
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There are also firm references to Brown's hometown of Erie, Pennsylvania. Brown himself stated that the series is influenced by his upbringing as a child in Erie, and specifically noted that Mr. Ratburn is based on a middle-school algebra teacher he had at Westlake Middle School.
Brown was reluctant at first to become a part of a medium for which he had little respect, but soon agreed when he learned that the objective of the television series would be to use the powerful medium of television to promote children to reading books.
The only segments of the show that are filmed outside Canada are the "A Word from Us Kids" interstitials, filmed at elementary schools or other educational sites in the Boston area.
Beginning in Season 11, the "A Word From Us Kids" segment was replaced by a segment called "Postcards from You", where live-action videos sent in by young viewers were spotlighted per episode, and then replaced with "A Word from Us Kids" in season The segments are omitted from all airings outside the U. Marc Brown's children, Tolon, Eliza and Tucker, are referenced in the show many times, just as they are in the Arthur book series.
For example, the town's moving company is called "Tolon Moving", and everyday items such as cups or pencil sharpeners have the word "Eliza" printed on them.
In one episode, Francine and Buster are shown playing a table hockey game in which one team's players wear shirts in the Montreal Canadiens ' signature colours with Montreal-based Cinar's logo on them Cinar was the predecessor to today's Cookie Jar Entertainment and the other team's players wear shirts in the Boston Bruins ' colors with Boston-based WGBH's sting logo on them. Subsequent episodes that involve hockey also depict players wearing these sweater designs. Brown's son Tolon, for whom Brown first invented the character of Arthur the Aardvark in a bedtime story, is the executive director of the show.
Cinar had also paid American screenwriters for work while continuing to accept Canadian federal grants for content. However, Arthur itself was not involved in the scandal as it was publicly known to be co-produced with an American company.
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Head writers Joe Fallon and Ken Scarborough left around that time, but not because of the scandal; Fallon left about a year before the investigation began. However, until January in the U. They have since begun airing in Starting with season 16, the series was produced by 9 Story Entertainment now 9 Story Media Group and airs in
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