First off, I just want to say I've been a big fan of your artwork for a long time. It's really great stuff, and I love how cartoony it is. It's sort of influenced the way I draw Muppets now.
Second, on a somewhat unrelated note, do you know where this sudden stream of HQ screencaps are coming from?
Only Episode 1450 has been guided so far. Oscarfan is most likely working on the others we don't have currently, so if you'd like to create a guide for one or more episodes, I recommend messaging him first and see what he says.
Yo! I noticed you were able to remove the organizer field after the | (pipe) in a category tag. I have a bug ticket open with Wikia right now because my preference to not use the Category button is broken. So, I assume you also don't use the category button, or do you do it a different way. I'm curious if it's just broken for me.
Hey Scott! I do use the source editor, but I don't add or change categories manually. I use the Edit Category options to add/remove text. I hadn't looked deep enough to see if that's a default thing or if that can be disabled.
Hi. The image you posted is actually a rerun segment from an earlier season (note the green doors in the background compared to the brown doors from seasons 33-34 seen here). Linda's last new appearances were in Season 33, which included episodes 4007 and 4018, and her segments were occasionally re-ran afterwards.
Hello GrayWolf2. Disneysaurus was blocked for not replying to the wall messages our admins had left him regarding of his edits, and for continuing to add info without citing sources. The user's block log should speak for itself.
thanks for cleaning up the page I set up earlier! This is all new to me so any help is very much appreciated. I'll be adding more details to that page later on ... hope I won't mess it all up again. ;-)
Practically any Elmo clip prior to season 17 is as scarce as it comes, so I can't help you there. Also, that's actually not Brian Muehl playing Elmo in the clip you provided. Muehl's initial Elmo has been described in several Muppeteer memoirs and interviews as having as a high, breathy voice; not the gravelly, loud voice heard here.