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Post-2004 Creatures

I am not going to make any further comments or participate in any debating here; I just thought I'd bring this up for others to assess, rule on, and clarify.

The general consensus from previous discussions, as I read it, was that post-2004 Henson projects (things made after Henson's sale of the Muppets) are limited to just one page on Muppet Wiki - things like Pajanimals, The Skrumps, Late Night Buffet, etc.

I'm not clear on how this also applies to post-2004 Creature Shop projects. Of course, technically speaking, Pajanimals and The Skrumps are productions of Jim Henson's Creature Shop but I'm talking about the traditional animatronic creature work of the workshop that we would classify as "creatures."

We pretty much have just one page for most post-2004 Creature Shop projects, however there are a few stray character and Creature pages floating around (from before the one-page policy):

What is the policy for pages on post-2004 creatures? Should those creatures be merged in with their main productions and kept to just one-page? Or are post-2004 animatronic creatures built by the Creature Shop (such as the wild things from Where the Wild Things Are, the monsters from Me and My Monsters, or Rico (the randy rodent) from the Air New Zealand ads) also open for stand-alone articles?

-- Brad D. (talk) 02:53, February 1, 2011 (UTC)

I don't see any difference between Me and My Monsters and Pajanimals. They're both Henson Company TV shows with puppets built by the Creature Shop. -- Danny @fandom (talk) 16:56, February 1, 2011 (UTC)

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