Oh, that's good. Because I thought it had something to do with the page "Sesame Street Game Shows". I found the Newlywed Fairytale Game sketch, and I put a link for Youtube from it. What was wrong with that?
Since this 2012 discussion, we've mostly refrained from adding unofficial video links (ergo, videos that aren't from the Sesame Street YouTube channel or the like), partly because of the frequency of videos that are deleted on YouTube and elsewhere.
I'm sorry about editing the Anything Muppets that Martin Robinson has done over the years. I am doing a special project all about his life to the sick kids at a children's hospital. What else can I do to make this project so wonderful
No harm done. My edits were just a matter of organizing, similar to what Andrew said. In my mind, it's better to have the "Anything Muppets" cap at the end rather than a dozen "Purple kid from a sketch" entries on the page. Sorry if I hurt you're feelings at all.
Feel free to continue adding characters you find to his page. For example, it looks like his Elmo's World characters (like Bulldozer) aren't listed yet, so you can go ahead and get a jump on that. Let me know if you have any trouble. Anyway, it's lovely to hear that you're doing a project dedicated to Marty. Best of luck. ;)
I'm not sure, as I didn't originally add that to the page. He doesn't have any speaking roles in the movie, so he was likely doing a lot of assistant work (meaning right-handing, or even puppeteering another person's character to help fill out the Muppet cast in a scene).
Actually, Martin Robinson did have a minor speaking role in The Muppets Take Manhattan, as one of the bears (the one who says, "I'm up! I'm up! Is it spring??" after Fozzie announces he's going to New York).
Hi, sorry for the late reply. The sequence with Snufertiti plays like a flashback, so she's supposed to be seperate from Snuffy. Also, I believe that is Marty as Hans. You can check out this video and judge. Hope that helps ;)
I hope that Mr. Robinson had a wonderful Wubbulous birthday. Whlie he was performing Monty, He did the exact same voices for Riff the Cat, Clef the father, and my all time favorite character, The Cat in the Hat. In honor of Marty's birthday, I got to watch my favorite episode of "The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss", The Cat in the Hat's Big Birthday Surprise" which I happen to love. I also like to watch it on my birthday and Dr. Seuss's birthday too
Hey, Jon. I liked that awhile ago, you made The Word of the Day page into a table and you included the ones from season 44 which had yet to air at the time. Do you think you could add a section for season 45? We can add more detail to them when we actually see them.
Hey, thanks for starting that! I think your break down is clearer than mine could have been, highlighting the main points of contention/confusion in a way so we can all know how to proceed. Even with my own preferences, my biggest concern is consistency, so as long as everyone agrees and has the same understanding, I'm fairly flexible. Right now almost everyone (including myself) is just going by how they *think* a category should work.