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Where do we put goofs for other shows, such as The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss, for example? Asking because in in this video, at 0:33, someone's hand can be seen operating Little Cat A's broom. ---- Jesse (talk) 19:08, December 5, 2009 (UTC)
- I don't know, but we've collected a couple of goofs now, that don't fit either of our pages in this category. Maybe we could just add some kind of an "Odds and Ends" page to collect these? Or park them here, I guess.
- I've got one from today's Good Morning America appearance: The camera folks use a crappy frame, and so Eric has to quickly duck several times. Steve and Peter have to lower Kermit and Walter in order to hide their sleeves. It kept happening more than once, as the cameras changed; poor guys! — Julian (talk) 22:55, March 13, 2012 (UTC)
Fantastic Miss Piggy Show goof
Again, not a Muppet Show or Muppet movie goof, but a goof nonetheless. Whenever we're making a page for "other productions," the Muppets TV one, and this one from The Fantastic Miss Piggy Show could go in there... — Julian (talk) 22:35, January 23, 2011 (UTC)
Muppets TV Goof
But since I've only got this one episode, I doubt that we'll get enough goofs together to warrant a "Muppets TV Goofs" page anytime soon. Any thoughts?
PS: Though, given that they allowed Fozzie's sleeve and bottom opening to show during the opening sequence, I'm sure there's a plethora of goofs to be found on this show... — Julian (talk) 20:09, February 7, 2010 (UTC)
- Technically, it is a "Muppet Show" goof. Maybe you could start a section on the page called "International Muppet Show Goofs". --Rankin Fraggle (talk) 00:21, February 11, 2010 (UTC)