Please read the edit summaries. In this case, Jon left one to "see previous edit summary," which was mine. Here's the link, and here's what I wrote (when correcting the claim that Timmens, actually a composer, was the lyricist): "song registration is to Timmens and Santeiro in ASCAP, SS Live program credits them; ASCAP lists Cerf for "Might[y] Mighty Bosstones" version and not Santeiro, so either new lyrics, arranging, or just error."
So two out of three sources list Jim Timmens and Luis Santeiro as writing the song (and the SS Live program specifies Timmens as composer and Santeiro as lyricist). The Elmopalooza credits also got Timmens name wrong ("Timmons") as well as his function, so it could all be an error on their part as I said, or Cerf did some new arranging or lyric changes for the special (which is not uncommon).
Hi, Jon. Apparently Shane doesn't wanna make articles for the new episodes of Elmo's World. Since you're the only other one on here that I know of who's watching the current season, do you think you could make those pages? I would, but I can't find episodes of the current season online.
Why did undo my edit on Sesame Street Episode 4809? This is a late episode so a user should've watched the episode and listed the video material. Early episodes of Sesame Street like Episode 4014 don't have video material because no one had reliable source probably. Unfortunately, I can acess to watch HBO Kids On Demand unless if I subscribe where I live. But maybe you can acess to watch HBO Kids On Demand where you live?
No pages on Muppet Wiki use "To be added." It's an episode broadcast four days ago (the last previous edit was from before it aired). It takes time to do episode guides for the one or two active editors who do have HBO. So that's not a useful note or something we keep.
Hi. I didn't change your edit, but Hey Cinderella was taped in 1968 and Kermit made other miscellaneous appearances during that time, over a year before the special aired and just before Sesame Street, in his collar and flippers. So Kermit was established as a frog before 1970. When did Kermit become a frog? has more information on the subject. Thanks!
I did. My edit is saved in the article's history, a log that every page on the wiki has. This is explained in the FAQ which is linked in Special:Community that has now been pointed out to you five times. If you're unable to take guidance from the experienced users here, I don't think you're going to be a very good fit for the wiki. I will ask one more time, PLEASE READ THE FAQ AND LOOK OVER THE GUIDELINES. If you can't do this, I'm afraid you will no longer be welcome here. Thanks for understanding.
Hi. Sorry to hear that, but we need to show sources for information added to the Wiki. As stated in our polices, we don't use memories for a source unless it can be confirmed with video or another material source. If none exists and there's no other reliable source, it's not necessary to note.
As a side note, please do not undo changes by an administrator, which I've noticed has been a recurring pattern in your contributions. I know it's not fun to have your edits reverted, but it's better to ask about it on their message wall rather that changing back. That's edit warring, and if that continues to be a problem, you could be blocked.
A user on MuppetCentral back around November 2002 said "There are season 30 episodes airing on Noggin now." Is it okay if I change the Season 30/Season 31 package dates on the 123 Sesame Street (Series) page to say (2002-2005)?