If you grew up Bart and Ernie at Sesame Street, a youth series of PBS, you know that Muppet is a good friend at all.
But, "How good is the problem?"
Are they just roommates and companions who like to go out? Do you give deliberate gifts and discuss doves and rubber ducks? Or are there romantic things?
The problem is not new. But this week, when Sesame Street writer Mark Sutzmann was revealed in an interview with the LGBTQ Queerty website, the love duo is indeed in a gay relationship.
"I remember that the reporter of the San Francisco Chronicle was a preschool child in the town and became a mother and asked" Bad Roberts ". Ernie? "It was a fun thing to come from a minor," Saltzman said. "It came back to me as it turned around and everyone had a laugh, I always had a big agenda, when I was writing Bert, Ernie, they said that they had it I thought, contextualize them.
Homosexual Saltzman told Queerty that he still considers Ernie and partner Arnie Glassman as Bert.
As a news, former Sesame Street writers are Sesame Workshop, Sesame Street's non-profit organization, Tweeted an official statement Tuesday, the pair is a pair of good old friends.
"They were made to teach kindergarten children that they can do good friends with completely different people," the statement said. "If they are …
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Bart and Ernie are gay? Perhaps it is not a problem
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