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Marshall stands up for Arthur (Picture: ITV)
Arthur Thomas’ (Alfie Clarke) coming out has been a beautiful thing to behold. While yes, he’s faced some adversity because of it, it’s also been the making of him in Emmerdale. And is he now about to find his first love?
Arthur’s been catching feels for Marshall, despite him becoming the local bully and luring Arthur into a situation where he was humiliated for being gay. But in teen world that’s a lifetime ago, they’re past that now, in part thanks to April’s left hook. Now it looks like things are full steam ahead.
Arthur might be becoming more self-assured in his own skin and plans to hold an LGBTQ+ History assembly. But sadly, though he’s growing stronger, he is not immune from opposition to his sexuality, and his assembly ends up cancelled. Arthur is distraught and Laurel (Charlotte Bellamy) calls the school to discover it was cancelled after one parent complained.
When Jai (Chris Bisson) later makes an insensitive comment, Arthur puts on his detective cap and thinks he’s found the culprit. He explodes at Jai and leaves him desperately hurt. Arthur accuses him of trying to suppress his sexuality.…
Emmerdale spoilers follow.
Emmerdale has hinted that Arthur Thomas and his schoolmate Marshall could have a romantic chemistry after all.
Arthur first revealed his feelings for Marshall earlier this month when there seemed to be an attraction between them, but he was soon heartbroken to discover that Marshall had teamed up with two school bullies to play a homophobic prank on him.
In next week's scenes, Arthur considers giving Marshall another chance when he takes steps to redeem himself.
Marshall stands up for Arthur in front of a bully. Arthur is pleased that Marshall is genuinely on his side this time – and it's not long before they share a moment together.
Meanwhile, Arthur is planning to host a school assembly on LGBTQ+ history as part of his attempts to create a more inclusive culture.
Arthur has already won respect and admiration from most of his schoolmates after recording an inspiring online message in response to Marshall's prank a few weeks ago.
Sadly, Arthur's mum Laurel is forced to break the news that his assembly has been mysteriously cancelled.
When Laurel makes a call to investigate, she discovers…
Netflix’s ‘Dog Gone’ is the story of the Marshall family’s quest to reunite with their pet dog, Gonker, who goes missing on the Appalachian Trail. The drama film is directed by Stephen Herek and is based on an inspirational true story. The film is an adaptation of author Pauls Toutonghi’s 2016 book ‘Dog Gone: A Lost Pet’s Extraordinary Journey and the Family Who Brought Him Home.’
In the movie, John Marshall and Virginia “Ginny” Marshall provide incredible support to their son, who is searching for their lost dog. Therefore, viewers must be curious to learn about what happened to the parents after the film’s events. If you are looking for the present whereabouts of John Marshall and Virginia “Ginny” Marshall, here is everything you need to know!
John Marshall and Virginia “Ginny” Marshall are the parents of Fielding “Fields” Marshall with Rob Lowe (‘9-1-1: Lone Star‘) and Kimberly Williams-Paisley (‘The Flash‘). The characters are based on real-life figures of the same name, and the couple resided in Washington, DC. While not much is known about John Marshall’s early life, Virginia “Ginny” Marshall grew up in Washington. Her birth…