That sounds quite refreshing. There was a period earlier in this decade where EVERY kid's show on PBS had to have a wheel chair kid. The character wasn't a character with a disability, but JUST the disability who smiles, nods, waves, and agrees with what someone else says. Basically a character who's just there and nothing else to say "Hey! It's not bad being different." but saying, "we're TOO afraid of doing anything with the character since any actual personality trait will come off as some sort of negative factor that will get angry letters." I've been saying this for years, but when it comes to anyone who isn't an able bodied white male, there's so little room for character flaws out of fears they'd be misconstrued as stereotypes. And it annoys me, because you can't tell a story with Marty and Mary Sues that's interesting. Plus, it really has a note of "we don't really care to add diversity, but we're doing it because we have to." and that's even worse than completely ignoring them. But this won't air here until Monday, and I wanna see if I can get the angle on it.