Hey, I updated the div id tags you added to the Jimmy Dean table. I'm gonna add it to our Manual of Style, but basically spaces, special characters like apostrophes, and sometimes capital letters can throw off the anchor links.
Hi, I know this is probably a long shot, but would you happen to have this video archived somewhere? I've found the original link it came from, but it doesn't exist now obviously. There's also this page that seems to have it but it literally just redirects to the formentioned link.
Thanks! I'm sure there's potential there - I figured there'd be interest in tracking/cataloging them when I saw that we had some episode pages that had longer descriptions of the post-credit tag than of the whole episode -- plus it's a memorable element and bit from the show.
I don't check that email often, but I'll check it now.
Hey man, I tried to update the table on Sesame Street Cast recently, and I could probably figure it out, but it started hurting my brain and I moved on to something else. Anyway, it's missing the latest season.
But it's starting to get too wide to look great on desktop, and it doesn't really translate well to mobile, and it isn't very user-friendly to update. I'm going to look into some other options for producing timelines like this that might work better.
Heya, on Gonzo's attraction to chickens, that opening about Dave ad-libbing the "nice legs" line and the writers using it moving forward sounds like something we should have a source for. Do you remember where it comes from?
Most were familiar tunes -- "Ghostbusters" (from Ghostbusters), "Do You Belive in Magic" (by The Lovin' Spoonful), "This Is Halloween" (from The Nightmare Before Christmas), "The Munsters Theme" (from The Munsters), "Things That Go Bump in the Night" (by Allstars) and "I Want Candy" (by The Strangeloves).
The remaining ones -- "Jack O' Lantern Jump" and the three songs in the medley ("Halloween Rules!", "Knock Knock, Trick Or Treat?", and "Scary Song (Scared)") -- were identified by Googling the lyrics and finding multiple elementary school music books / sing-along CDs from reputable publishers that published the songs under those titles.
Gotcha, thanks. As part of a clean-up project, we've been cleaning up some redlinks. Some of those were removed for now, but now that we know where the song titles come from, someone can duplicate your research and make pages for those if they want.