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Where'd the episode numbering come from for the Wubbulous World episodes? TV.com has the airdates for these, and apparently they were aired in a different order -- "Who Are You, Sue Snue?", which is 101 in our listing, aired as the second episode.
For the most part, our episode numbering follows the airdates, rather than the actual production numbers. The best example of this is Fraggle Rock, where the fifth episode ("The Thirty-Minute Work Week") was filmed first. The first episode ("Beginnings") was recorded tenth. So that means "Beginnings" is actually Episode 110, but it makes no sense for us to list it that way. We also have Muppets Tonight episodes in airdate order.
- It makes sense to me, though it also means the episode navigation is completely botched and will have to be redone. While we're at it, though, did anyone out there save a copy of the Wubbulous World guide from Bill Sherman's site? It included director and writer info for the full first season, and may have had air dates as well, I can't recall. Ah, the temporality of the internet. Andrew Leal (talk) 03:39, 8 June 2006 (UTC)
- I wondered about the weird airdate/episode order thing while I was sticking in all the epnav stuff.... I'd say to change it. (rhetorical, slightly-grumpy and tired aside: couldn't you have thought of this tomorrow, not right when I finished putting in all the old ep-nav??? ) -- Wendy (talk) 03:52, 8 June 2006 (UTC)