I have a hard time with classifying some of these as Creature Shop shows, even if technically maybe they are.
My question, really, is: Do we consider Fughetta Faffner a Muppet character, or a Creature Shop character? How about Mother Goose, Baby Sinclair or Howard Handupme? Personally, I'd like to call them Muppet characters, because I think they have a lot in common with the Muppets that the folks from Farscape and The StoryTeller don't.
It's really more about style and taste -- I think of the funny, puppety shows as Muppet shows, and the more serious, creature-y shows as Creature Shop shows, even if that's not strictly accurate. But I think Faffner Hall is a legitimate gray area. Anybody have thoughts? -- Danny Toughpigs 19:01, 19 January 2006 (UTC)
- I think the answer to this question can be handled when we agree on what a Muppet is. Is Sir Didymus a Muppet? Why not? What makes Sweetums a Muppet, but not Earl Sinclair? How about Gorgs or Gelflings?
- I was trying to explain this to a co-worker recently. He kept challenging me and trying to catch me making a mistake, but luckily I was able to keep up by pulling answers out of my butt.
- But it's a question we should have defined in our "Fan Bible" or whatever you want to call it. -- Scarecroe 19:16, 19 January 2006 (UTC)