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  1. The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (sometimes referred to as HG2G, HHGTTG, H2G2, or tHGttG) is a comedy science fiction franchise created by Douglas Adams.Originally a 1978 radio comedy broadcast on BBC Radio 4, it was later adapted to other formats, including novels, stage shows, comic books, a 1981 TV series, a 1984 text-based computer game, and 2005 feature film.

  2. Dick Gautier (TV series), Judd Nelson (movie) and Ted Schwartz (Rodimus Prime, Five Faces of Darkness) Alive (Becomes Rodimus Prime in Headmasters) Hot Rod is an all-American-boy Autobot. He is a typical adolescent who dreams of being heroic and important. He tends to follow rules too closely.

  3. First Doctor Submitted for season 1 The Giants. The first serial of the series, The Giants, was originally to be written by C. E. Webber, the first episode being titled "Nothing at the End of the Lane", and would concern the four main characters (at that point named as the Doctor, Cliff, Lola, and Biddy) being shrunk to a "miniature size" and attacked by giant animals.

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  5. Arthur's Teacher Mr. Ratburn is actually gay, at the time this Living Books PC game was released, his sexual orientation was unknown, but in the 2019 TV episode of Arthur, Mr. Ratburn and the Special Someone, he came out as gay and actually marries a man named Patrick. 1993: Ultima VII Part Two: Serpent Isle: A mage Bisexual

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Eric_ClaptonEric Clapton - Wikipedia

    In October 1963, Clapton joined the Yardbirds, a blues-influenced rock and roll band, and stayed with them until March 1965. Synthesising influences from Chicago blues and leading blues guitarists such as Buddy Guy, Freddie King, and B.B. King, Clapton forged a distinctive style and rapidly became one of the most talked-about guitarists in the British music scene.

  7. Ted LePlat (TV series) Simon Spier: Nick Robinson: Love, Victor: Openly gay, appears via voice-over, narrating messages to Victor, appears in person in episode 8. Spike: Tom Vaughn: Hollyoaks: Spike is openly gay and is John Paul's first lover. Charlie Spring: Joe Locke: Heartstopper: Charlie is a year-10 student who was recently outed.

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