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23rd Apr '17 1:32:36 AM yeet
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* Believe it or not, Wolverine. He was originally written as bisexual.
17th Apr '17 8:40:57 PM Pichu-kun
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* Creator/SethMacFarlane finally said this regarding Stewie in ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''. Not that there wasn't a lot of [[AmbiguouslyGay hinting before hand.]] They were going to do an episode where an [[ComingOutStory out teenage Stewie uses a time-machine to team up with baby Stewie in order to keep Leviticus being written]], but decided it'd be funnier to keep him confused. In one episode, he still fell in love with a girl, to which Seth confirmed in another interview with [[Creator/ConanOBrien Conan [[Series/{{Conan}} O'Brien]] that Stewie likes [[DepravedBisexual a little of both]].

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* Creator/SethMacFarlane finally said this regarding Stewie in ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''. Not that there wasn't a lot of [[AmbiguouslyGay hinting before hand.]] They were going to do an episode where an [[ComingOutStory out teenage Stewie uses a time-machine to team up with baby Stewie in order to keep Leviticus being written]], but decided it'd be funnier to keep him confused. In one episode, he still fell in love with a girl, to which Seth confirmed in another interview with [[Creator/ConanOBrien Conan Conan]] [[Series/{{Conan}} O'Brien]] that Stewie likes [[DepravedBisexual a little of both]].
17th Apr '17 6:46:45 PM Troperr2016
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* ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'': One of the storyboard artists described characters Rhombulus and Lekmet as "Two live in boyfriends with communication issues" on Tumblr.
16th Apr '17 6:49:01 PM MarkLungo
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* Lexington from ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}''. Greg Wiesman is on record as saying that not acknowledging Lexington was gay on the show ''did'' feel like a cop-out, but that there was absolutely ''no way in hell'' that he would have been able to get away with outing a character on a Disney cartoon show. He's also said that all the Third Race are omnisexual, and Fox is bi.
* Paul Dini has gone on record that Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy, within the Franchise/{{DCAU}}, have a same-sex relationship going on (presumably when the Joker isn't around). This was never part of the animated series itself (as it aired in a kids' time slot), but it was hinted at when they did the SexyShirtSwitch thing when not out committing crimes. There was [[http://i535.photobucket.com/albums/ee357/Pichu_Chu/lesbiansbl1.png more hinting in a comic book]] set in the same [[TheVerse Verse]]. The sheer amount of subtext hinting to this crossed the line in the comic and became just plain text.
* Richie from the animated version of ''WesternAnimation/StaticShock'' was based partially on the gay character Rick Stone from the comics. When asked, DwayneMcDuffie said that the two are separate characters, but both gay. Apparently Richie's [[HaveIMentionedIAmHeterosexualToday over the top lewdness]] was meant to be a clue, but the timeslot didn't allow for [[ComingOutStory that particular character arc]].
* Creator/SethMacFarlane finally said this regarding Stewie in ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''. Not that there wasn't a lot of [[AmbiguouslyGay hinting before hand.]] They were going to do an episode where an [[ComingOutStory out teenage Stewie uses a time-machine to team up with baby Stewie in order to keep Leviticus being written]], but decided it'd be funnier to keep him confused. In one episode, he still fell in love with a girl, to which Seth confirmed in another interview with [[Series/{{Conan}} Conan O'Brien]] that Stewie likes [[DepravedBisexual a little of both]].

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* Lexington from ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}''. Greg Wiesman Creator/GregWeisman is on record as saying that not acknowledging Lexington was gay on the show ''did'' feel like a cop-out, but that there was absolutely ''no way in hell'' that he would have been able to get away with outing a character on a Disney cartoon show. He's also said that all the Third Race are omnisexual, and Fox is bi.
* Paul Dini has gone on record that Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy, within the Franchise/{{DCAU}}, have a same-sex relationship going on (presumably when the Joker ComicBook/TheJoker isn't around). This was never part of the animated series itself (as it aired in a kids' time slot), but it was hinted at when they did the SexyShirtSwitch thing when not out committing crimes. There was [[http://i535.photobucket.com/albums/ee357/Pichu_Chu/lesbiansbl1.png more hinting in a comic book]] set in the same [[TheVerse Verse]]. The sheer amount of subtext hinting to this crossed the line in the comic and became just plain text.
* Richie from the animated version of ''WesternAnimation/StaticShock'' was based partially on the gay character Rick Stone from the comics. When asked, DwayneMcDuffie Creator/DwayneMcDuffie said that the two are separate characters, but both gay. Apparently Richie's [[HaveIMentionedIAmHeterosexualToday over the top lewdness]] was meant to be a clue, but the timeslot didn't allow for [[ComingOutStory that particular character arc]].
* Creator/SethMacFarlane finally said this regarding Stewie in ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy''. Not that there wasn't a lot of [[AmbiguouslyGay hinting before hand.]] They were going to do an episode where an [[ComingOutStory out teenage Stewie uses a time-machine to team up with baby Stewie in order to keep Leviticus being written]], but decided it'd be funnier to keep him confused. In one episode, he still fell in love with a girl, to which Seth confirmed in another interview with [[Creator/ConanOBrien Conan [[Series/{{Conan}} Conan O'Brien]] that Stewie likes [[DepravedBisexual a little of both]].
9th Apr '17 12:28:46 PM Golondrina
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* ''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad'': In a "Talkin Toons" podcast featuring a conversation between Rob Paulsen and Mark Hamil, the voice actors for Tuddrussel and Larry 3000 respectively, Paulsen and Hamil heavily imply in the podcast that Larry is gay. They both crack numerous jokes towards Larry about how "there was no ambiguity to his sexual orientation". Paulsen has also made references to Larry's sexuality in other podcasts before and after this one. However, there is no word about whether Tuddrussel is in a relationship with Larry as the huge amounts of HoYay that occurred between Larry and Tuddrussel was never mentioned or brought up in the podcast. The show itself made heavy implications about Larry's orientation so the podcast was basically showing that Larry's implied homosexuality was not wishful thinking by viewers.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad'': In a "Talkin Toons" ''Podcast/TalkinToonsWithRobPaulsen'' podcast featuring a conversation between Rob Paulsen and Mark Hamil, the voice actors for Tuddrussel and Larry 3000 respectively, Paulsen and Hamil heavily imply in the podcast that Larry is gay. They both crack numerous jokes towards Larry about how "there was no ambiguity to his sexual orientation". Paulsen has also made references to Larry's sexuality in other podcasts before and after this one. However, there is no word about whether Tuddrussel is in a relationship with Larry as the huge amounts of HoYay that occurred between Larry and Tuddrussel was never mentioned or brought up in the podcast. The show itself made heavy implications about Larry's orientation so the podcast was basically showing that Larry's implied homosexuality was not wishful thinking by viewers.
8th Apr '17 10:11:06 PM Golondrina
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* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'': During a fundraising livestream, hosted by creator Alex Hirsch and Dana Terrace, Hirsch confirmed that Deputy Durland and Sheriff Blubs are a gay couple. This came as no surprise, as the last episode of the series strongly implied they were a couple anyway.

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* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'': During a fundraising livestream, hosted by creator Alex Hirsch and Dana Terrace, Hirsch confirmed that Deputy Durland and Sheriff Blubs are a gay couple. This came as no surprise, as the last episode of the series (and [[HoYay/GravityFalls every interaction between them]]) strongly implied they were a couple anyway.
5th Apr '17 1:44:49 PM MyFinalEdits
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** Official word is that the crew are somewhat divided on Jacques, though; this extends to the fandom, half of which like him being gay and the other half [[FanPreferredCouple pairing him with Josee]], with whom he'd otherwise be [[{{The Straight Will and Grace}} The Straight(?) Will and Grace]].
5th Apr '17 12:37:56 PM JoeMerl
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** Official word is that the crew are somewhat divided on Jacques, though; this extends to the fandom, half of which like him being gay and the other half [[FanPreferredCouple pairing him with Josee]], with whom he'd otherwise be [[{{The Straight Will and Grace}} The Straight(?) Will and Grace]].
30th Mar '17 7:52:49 PM Troperr2016
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* ''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad'': In a "Talkin Toons" podcast featuring a conversation between Rob Paulsen and Mark Hamil, the voice actors for Tuddrussel and Larry 3000 respectively, Paulsen and Hamil heavily imply in the podcast that Larry is gay. They both crack numerous jokes towards Larry about how "there was no ambiguity to his sexual orientation". Paulsen has also made references to Larry's sexuality in other podcasts before and after this one. However, there is no word about whether Tuddrussel is in a relationship with Larry as the huge amounts of HoYay that occurred between Larry and Tuddrussel was mentioned or brought up in the podcast. The show itself made heavy implications about Larry's orientation so the podcast was basically showing that Larry's implied homosexuality was not wishful thinking by viewers.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad'': In a "Talkin Toons" podcast featuring a conversation between Rob Paulsen and Mark Hamil, the voice actors for Tuddrussel and Larry 3000 respectively, Paulsen and Hamil heavily imply in the podcast that Larry is gay. They both crack numerous jokes towards Larry about how "there was no ambiguity to his sexual orientation". Paulsen has also made references to Larry's sexuality in other podcasts before and after this one. However, there is no word about whether Tuddrussel is in a relationship with Larry as the huge amounts of HoYay that occurred between Larry and Tuddrussel was never mentioned or brought up in the podcast. The show itself made heavy implications about Larry's orientation so the podcast was basically showing that Larry's implied homosexuality was not wishful thinking by viewers.
30th Mar '17 7:49:04 PM Troperr2016
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* ''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad'': In a "Talkin Toons" podcast featuring a conversation between Rob Paulsen and Mark Hamil, the voice actors for Tuddrussel and Larry 3000 respectively, Paulsen and Hamil heavily imply in the podcast that Larry is gay. They both crack numerous jokes towards Larry about how "there was no ambiguity to his sexual orientation". Paulsen has also made references to Larry's sexuality in other podcasts before and after this one. However, there is no word about whether Tuddrussel is in a relationship with Larry as the huge amounts of HoYay that occurred between Larry and Tuddrussel was mentioned or brought up in the podcast. The show itself made heavy implications about Larry's orientation so the podcast was basically showing that Larry's implied homosexuality was not wishful thinking by viewers.



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' featured Robot Santa's elves, who are actually Neptunians who were horribly mistreated by Robot Santa. The elves as featured in the episode "A Tale Of Two Santas" were seen holding hands with other elves of the same gender all the time and it was seen by viewers as weird. Commentary on the episode from the DVD editions of the show stated that the elves were holding hands with other members of the same gender all the time because they were all gay.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' featured ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'': According to executive producer Bill Odenkirk on the show's season 3 DVD commentary, all of Robot Santa's elves, who are actually Neptunians who were neptunians horribly mistreated by Robot Santa. The Santa are all gay. He said this in response to why all the elves are holding hands all the the time with others of the same sex as featured seen in the episode "A Tale Of Two Santas" were seen holding hands with other elves of the same gender all the time and it Santas". Their sexual orientation was seen hinted in universe by viewers as weird. Commentary Fry through his comment on the episode from the DVD editions of the show stated that the elves were holding hands with other members of the same gender all the time because they were all gay."breezy short shorts".
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