Postcards from Buster: "Sugartime! Hinesburg, Vermont" (found banned episode of "Arthur" spinoff TV series; 2005)
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|Date found||May 25th, 2015|
Postcards from Buster was a spin-off of the TV show Arthur, starring Buster Baxter, the anthropomorphic friend of Arthur. The show was produced by Cinar and Marc Brown Studios.
An episode was released on March 22, 2005, called "Sugartime! (Hinesburg, Vermont)". It was banned in the United States (but unknown if anywhere else) for having a proud lesbian couple showcased in the episode. This decision has caused controversy of people in the LGBT community.
In the "infamous banned" episode of Postcards from Buster, Buster tries his hardest to come up with the perfect Mother's Day gift for his Mom.
The only evidence of its existence back then was a clip uploaded to YouTube regarding the episode. The episode aired March 22, 2005, but never again. It was rare to come by until kisscartoon.me had released the episode. On May 25, 2015, it was released by YouTuber and Lost Media Wiki contributor PalettePony895 onto four websites: YouTube (Which is defunct as of May 24, 2017), MEGA, Zippcast (Now Defunct as of Mid-June 2016), and Dailymotion.