I know that this has been a problem for about 2 1/2 years now, but, that page has been prevented and locked to prevent editing. Well, unfortunately, Episode 3364 Sesame Street Season 26 (1994-1995) is missing a lot of segment pictures and episode descriptions with Vern Sagely in it. That should have never been from my admins should have never ever been that much history on it all at one time, and yes, it was my fault that the admins locked it to prevent from editing it, and yes, I do apologize for doing it since it was edited in June 2009, and I also apologize for writing that long long message a few days or so after you had written on the Page Episode 3364 of Season 26 of Sesame Street. So, with that all being said, MuppetDude you had said that yes, I got your message a while ago, I do, in-fact have remember you saying where you did in-fact have Episode video description on it, and he would have posted it eventually. But, unfortunately, you never did due-to-the-fact like I had said, that it was locked to prevent from editing it. So, does anybody remember this episode? I have been trying for 2 1/2 year(s) now.
Hey! I know you're not around a lot, but I wanted to ask you something. You had added back in 2008 that Grover gained his name at the end of season one. Do you know of a sketch from season one where he was referred to as Grover or is it from another source? Reply back when you can.
According to the CTW archives' list called "First Season Show Content" (listing inserts and the frequency they aired), two bits are listed as "Grover Hey Frog (Hey Susan)" and "G -- for Grover". I believe the list is on the "University of Maryland" talk page, or can be found from there. Danny posted the whole thing years ago (bless him!). They first aired around show #125.
Thanks for the quick reply! Lately, I've been delving into the history of certain characters, like the early forms of Cookie Monster and Grover, to make sure what we have listed is correct. With all the season one episodes popping up, it's intriguing to see the characters slowly developing into their future selves.
Oh, sorry. It's okay if some of the rare inserts I've been trying to look for were in a different language, but if you do have the Near and Far video, which different non-English language is it in (Arabic, Hebrew, German, Norwegian?) and can you upload it to YouTube if you have the video, plus send me the YouTube URL for it?
I do, but it's on VHS and I don't have the proper facilities to convert it. But I understand that the whole 33rd season has been taped by some and since put to DVD. I suggest you try either Guille, or Brian Hilley.