Where did you capture the "Good Times" Title card from? And there was one song in that episode that I want to know the lyrics to. "Take Time to Smell the Cheese" was in that episode, but that isn't the song that I am talking about, but rather it is a song called "The Best Time I Have is With You". If you know the lyrics to The Best Time is With You, please tell me. Thank you!
Hey, Jon! I saw where you said that Doin' the Pigeon is different on the Joe Raposo tribute album compared to Bert's Blockbusters. How is it different? We should probably put it on the song's page, so people know about different versions.
That's weird. I wonder why they wasted time remixing it, when it would have been cheaper to just pull the master tape out and use it again. The funny thing is that I have all of those, but I've never compared them to each other. Although, actually, are you just going by those downloads, or do you have any of those? I've heard from different people that sometimes downloads don't match what a real CD of the same album sounds like. If I ever got to go into the vaults, I would love to see which songs have true stereo masters, and which ones don't. When they recorded a song as a record first, like Rubber Duckie, we know that the record is true stereo, even though they mixed it to mono for broadcast. But I've always wondered at what point they started recording the show in stereo. I also wondered if they recorded backing tracks in stereo for the show, knowing that they were going to later release it on a record. Anyway, now that I've thoroughly bored you, thanks for bringing that up! I'll figure out a way to make notes about that on the relevant pages.
Just wanted to give a heads up that a recent press release from FOX lists Seth MacFarlane as voicing Animal and Janice in "Herpe, the Love Sore", airing April 6th. - Buckimion - Chief cook & bottle washer of Family Guy Wiki.
Hey, I know it's a weird request, but I wanted to see who created the I'll Make Love to You page before I deleted it. I saw the page before I went to see the movie, and when they started singing End of the Road, all I could think of was, "I need to go home and fix the wiki!"
Brad originally created the page. I don't listen to Boyz II Men, so I wouldn't have known right off the bat. Though, upon discovering the page we have of them on the Wiki, I was surprised to find they used a clip of Jim Henson in one of their music videos.
Thanks! I was just wondering since they were huge 20(!) years ago, and both songs hit #1, and they do have the same feel. And I don't think they mention the title in the portion that they sing, so I can see them getting confused.
Hey Ken! I was going by the one year rule; the bunch of us agreed to something similar when there were no new developments for the next Sesame Street movie. I haven't checked into contacting the company yet. Looking at their website just now, one of their newest releases is The Very Best of The Jimmy Dean Show, which from what I can tell does include clips of Rowlf and, for some reason, we don't have a page for it yet. Given that they're able to release those clips, it makes me wonder why they couldn't release the Julie Andrews special (possibly legal troubles with Disney or something).
P.S. Indeed, YAAAAAAAAAAAYYYYYY!!!! I will definitely be seeing MMW on its opening day, as I did with the last movie. Hopefully, I won't be greeted by a huge snowstorm like last time.
Oh, I didn't mind that you moved it, since Amazon's had a dead entry since last year. I just didn't know if you had heard anything officially from them one way or the other. After I wrote to you, I sent them a message through their website. I hope I hear something. I can't believe that they hadn't worked it out with Disney before they even announced it the public. I can't remember where I heard it, but I thought I heard a rumor last year they pushed it to 2014, either to coincide with the theatrical release of MMW, or the video release of it. So I'm still hoping!
P.S. I'm going to see it Saturday morning. It'll be hard to avoid ToughPigs and other sites on Friday night!
I actually heard it from Muppet Central. Admin Phillip Chapman stated last April that the DVD would be delayed, not canceled, and that the release was pushed to this month to coincide with MMW. Maybe something will come up later, but right now, I don't think it's likely. I'd fancy a Frog Prince DVD release myself =)
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 ;)
We were thinking it could be cool do create a custom video for this community to help support the release of Muppets Most Wanted. I wanted to get your reaction to the idea as well as see if you had any specific ideas for a video you think would do well. Here are some examples of videos we've produced, they might help spark ideas:
Thanks for the response. We produce these videos to help drive traffic to communities. They tend to work best when there's unique content from the wikia regarding the specific title (in this case the movie), whether in the form of an article page or community chatter (a community making predictions or wishlists in forums or blog posts). I didn't see anything on http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Muppets_Most_Wanted that jumped out at me for making a video about. Alternatively, is there a topic related to the film that the community is actively talking about that we could make a video from? Thanks man.
Sure, thanks. Where are you looking to drive traffic from? Social media? Where will the video be played, and for what audience? I think if we understand a little more about what the purpose behind the video is, we can help out.
We'd drive traffic from across Wikia with ads, as well as from social media accounts and YouTube. But first and foremost the topic of the video should be of interest to core audience which is this community.
Sorry for dropping off. We went ahead with the history of the romance between Kermit and Miss Piggy video. We're nearly done and very excited by it. Just wanted to give you a heads up - I'll link you to it in the next day or so and maybe you can help us showcase it on your main page.