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I have noticed that most of the episode descriptions are copied from Henson.com's episode guide (and it's pointed out on the category page here). I don't know if permission was need and/ or given to whoever posted the summaries, but I think the summaries should be rewritten. My idea is to make them more detailed, listing what happens and how the episodes end. All four episodes are now available on DVD, and I'm willing to write more detailed summaries for the epsiodes. What does everybody else thnink? --Minor muppetz 23:09, 4 June 2007 (UTC)
- More detailed summaries would be great (though most of our episode guides for shows which have more contained plots are fairly basic), but I'm not sure that "how the episodes end" is strictly necessary, at least not for every episode. We haven't worried too much about spoilers around here, but while I wouldn't say no to revealing the ending *if* it's useful, I don't think it's necessary, especially since as you note, the episodes are easily available. One of the reasons for the more detailed scene breakdowns on Sesame Street episodes and the like is both because of the format and because the majority are not available. You might want to tackle a sample episode in sandbox first, and invite feedback on it. -- Andrew Leal (talk) 13:34, 7 June 2007 (UTC)
- Okay, here is [[Episode 101: The Mighty Megalosaurus detailed summary|an example]] of what I had in mind. Comment there. --Minor muppetz 21:01, 7 June 2007 (UTC)
It occurs to me, what's the source for the episode numbering? Clearly we're using air dates and not tape dates, but it doesn't seem to gel. According to Bill Cotter's guide in The Wonderful World of Disney Television, [[Episode 304: The Discovery]] was actually 305, and Dirty Dancin', currently listed as 318, was 302, and so on. I'm reluctant to include too many more episode links until we can check this. Brad, you did most of the work on this. Help? Andrew Leal (talk) 20:21, 16 May 2006 (UTC)