Hi! We're glad you're such a big Martin P. Robinson fan, and we have been more lenient about general fan-type posts forums than we are on talk pages (where all discussion has to be specifically about the article and how to improve it, not personal opinion or fandom stuff).
However, posts which are designed solely as personal declarations of affection for a performer or character really aren't appropriate for the General Discussion forum (anymore than "I hate Abby Cadabby" posts would be appropriate there). Feel free to use your profile or your wall (as you did here) for those posts. Thanks!
Don't feel bad, Stephanie! Andrew's just letting you know the rules. We didn't get to build this awesome site without having them. If you have trouble adding information to the wiki, let me know. Our system for Kissing Muppets has worked out really well. Thanks!
Exactly what Scott said. It's just a matter of organization, really. You can post those messages, tributes, or favorite lists on your profile or on your wall. A lot of users do it that way (think of it as what you'd have in your room, where you can have all of your personal things, versus what you would leave at an office front desk).
Nothing wrong with being enthusiastic, and don't feel bad at all. Thanks, Stephanie, and sorry if I upset you!
We can't use IMDb as a source unless the information is verifiable through the actual screen credits (and it isn't in this case). See our policy and guidelines page section on sources. Also be sure to source anything which isn't information already on other pages, in the actual credits, an identification based just on watching the show and recognizing a performer's voice (and even then, for minor characters and one-liners, we sometimes have to be careful, see here). Thanks!
Sounds great! We're just more careful about our sources, since our goal is to be as encyclopedic as possible, so we try to use only sources we know are trustworthy. IMDb, Wikipedia, and random users on YouTube, for example, are not trustworthy (which is not to say they're *always* wrong, but we can't use them unless one of the cited reliable sources, screen credits, interviews, a reference book on the Muppets, etc. can confirm it).
Any information you've personally obtained from Martin Robinson through correspondence is reliable (although you should specify that in the article, using this format: <ref>E-mail communication [or Facebook or whatever] between Martin P. Robinson and [Your Name]. Date.</ref>. Thanks, and all the best on your project.
Hi, just a small reminder. When you're adding names or titles of linked pages on the Wiki, remember to add two brackets at the beginning and end of the page name, so it looks like this in your text: [[Mr. Snuffleupagus]]. Feel free to check out more editing tips on Muppet Wiki:Style Guide. Thanks!
I am a HUGE fan of The Cat in the Hat. Every time I watch "The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss" I feel like I have eyes of enchantment and sing "Never Before, Never Again" just like what Miss Piggy did when she first saw Kermit for the very first time from "The Muppet Movie" in 1979.
I do need some help. I saw Miss Piggy kissing Kermit during three season one episodes of "The Muppet Show", like Lena Horne, Florence Henderson and Candice Bergen. I also saw Fozzie kissing Kermit from the end of the Nancy Walker and Roy Clark episodes.
During the Lena Horne episode, Miss Piggy kissed Kermit after she said Of course you're right what a considerate frog" On the Candice Bergen episode she also said "Oh what a surprise, oh thank you my love". In the Florence Henderson episode Miss Piggy was kissing Kermit after she "Oh my love my life" she purred and smooching him. She did the same thing after she to Kermit "I knew you would". During the end of the Nancy Walker, I saw Fozzie kissing a sick Kermit after he said "Oh Kermit I'm so glad to see you". Also in the Roy Clark episode, Fozzie kissed Kermit after thanking him for rehiring Fozzie.
Hi. Please don't make any more changes to the Kissing Muppets article. I don't know what's happening, but every time you edit it, we lose a large amount of information. If there's something you'd like to add to the page, please let me know about it here. Giving me a time location in the episode has worked out pretty well I think. Thank you for finding more kissing Muppets!
I saw Fozzie gave Lena Horne a kiss at the end of the Sesame Street song "Sing". I also saw Rita Moreno kissed a Muppet guy during her opening number. I like spoting for more cool stuff from "The Muppet Show" and in the movies
During the end of Walkin with the Cat episode of The Wubbulous of Dr. Seuss, I saw The Cat in the Hat give Terrence McBird a kiss after he said "Nonsence Bird it was everything, Thank you Bird. That scene really touches my heart gets a sparkle in my eye.
In "Elmo Visits the Doctor" I saw Rosita gave Elmo a kiss after telling him doctors are not scary. I also saw Miss Piggy kissing Kermit two times during the Florence Henderson episode and in the Lena Horne episode of "The Muppet Show"
I'm sorry that some episodes of "The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss" are not on DVD. I saw The Cat in the Hat gave Terrence McBird a kiss after he said "Nonsense Bird it was everything, Thank you Bird and that gave me a sparkle to my eye, melts my heart and sing a great song called "Personality". I'll bet Martin P Robinson's version of The Cat in the Hat is so sweet, nurturing, warm-hearted,
I'm sorry that you couldn't find the scene in "The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss" where The Cat in the Hat gave his good friend Terrence McBird a kiss after he said "Nonsense Bird, it was everything, Thank you Bird". When I see The Cat in the Hat give Terrence a kiss, that part just makes me want to sing "Personality"
Thanks, Stephanie! I've been meaning to buy these episodes, too. So you've inspired me to go ahead and get them on Amazon Prime. They're downloading now so I can get a screenshot soon. Which episode was it from?
Thanks a lot. I need some help editing to the In the Rod Hands into Live Hands, I saw that The Cat in the Hat has live hands in some first season episodes of "The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss" like In "Yertle the King, Cat was reading his book, In "The Muckster" I saw Cat moves his live hands while singing to Jane Kangaroo about the Muckster and in "Oh the People You'll Meet" I saw Cat hand in a to a boy named Julian Jeremy Jaroo Jalloo. In "A Muppets Christmas: Letters to Santa", I saw Miss Piggy with one live hand while holding a letter in the song We're Delivering Christmas"