Oscarfan

aka Shane Keating

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  • Big Bird Mr Hooper cake

    Do we know what this is, or should I put it in the image chamber?

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  • Since I assume you'll be making a credit list for the new Sesame special after it airs tomorrow, I just wanna remind you to make sure certain puppet builders have pages. I noticed when you made the credit list for Happytime Murders, you left some names unlinked, cause you didn't know they had pages. But User:MuppetPigPower did a great job giving female puppet makers, writers, directors, etc. their own pages. So when you make the credit list for When You Wish Upon a Pickle and Season 49, be sure to check her user page to see if that person has an article.

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    • That's not an area I'm super familiar with so I never know who we have covered; I'll make sure an eye is kept out for that.

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    • Cool.

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    • So as long as the credits are transcribed, it doesn't matter if the first editor misses a link. Anyone can add the correct link, and with Google and so on can find it, so it's really just making sure the list is complete.

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  • Hello. Didn't "I Love Being a Pig" and "Swamp Mushy Muddy" have earlier appearances?

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    • The information from our trusted sources say otherwise. I don't think there was an earlier mention of "I Love Being a Pig." "Swamp Mushy Muddy" was designated as a Season 8 clip on the second Old School DVD and our new info supports that. While the pig song appeared on Volume 1 as a Season 2 bit, that seems to reflect the footage and not the song itself.

      Some of that information was from the CTW Archive program materials, which state themselves they may not be 100% accurate, or we merely interpreted the text incorrectly.

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  • Heya. Can you point me to any episodes that have (YouTube) and (YouTube) ?

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    • Scarecroe wrote: Okay, Count Up to Nine... the Waiter Grover sketch first appears in the script for Episode 1377 as "Special of the Day #9" (1st use).

      The script for Episode 1134 lists "Count Up to Nine" 3:00 but the fly-in-the-soup Waiter Grover sketch has been photocopied over it and then repeats later... so there are some issues with that script (lots of "Delete" written in, etc).

      So, partly my confusion, partly some weird copying stuff going on with scripts over the years. The Count song's earliest appearance seems to be in Episode 1134 as later scripts reference it as COUNT UP TO NINE (COUNT, AMS) but it has a 3:01 time signature in contrast with the 2:49 run time on (YouTube)

      K. I guess we'll keep it as an EKA for now.

      The official Sesame upload lobbed off some of the ending (see (YouTube)), which explains the shorter runtime.

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    • Cool bean, and cool beans. Thanks!

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  • WASA-MuppetGroup

    This is cool. Do you remember where you got it? Google search isn't helpful; wondering if I can find higher resolution.

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  • Found confirmation about the first batch of episodes coming out first on VHS in 1987. As for airdates, our April 1988 date is correct. It appears to have dropped all at once during the week of April 17 in New Brunswick NJ, and aired weekly in Susanville, CA from on April 10 through May.

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    • They may have aired, but it doesn't seem like a TV broadcast was a priority for any of these. I would think of them more as direct-to-video productions.

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    • That makes sense.

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  • I was banned for today and may

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  • Hi, Shane:

    Could you please check the page for Episode 1691? I notice that it's protected to prevent editing. It is that way on purpose, or by possible inadvertent action? Thanks.

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  • I saw you posted in edit history for Emmet Otter's Jug-Band Christmas edits that a Craig Shemin interview suggests Kermit's narration from the special is cut. According to the section on edits on the main Emmet Otter's Jug-Band Christmas page, the HBO edit is available for viewing at the Paley Center for Media (it says that both the HBO and ABC edits are available for viewing). Not sure if you're still able to visit like when you were an intern, but it is something that's possible to check out.

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  • Hi, Shane:

    Sorry to bug you again, but I don't think I have edit permissions for the 'List of Sesame Street Episodes' page. In this light, could you please check to see if Episodes 1714 (Season 14) and 2700 (Season 21) are complete episode guides and, if so, denote them as such? Thanks. BTW, congratulations to all involved on (as of now, almost) finishing Sesason 21 in terms of creating episode pages.

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    • Hi, Shane:

      Thanks for taking care of those, and congrats to all involved in Season 21 (i.e. getting all episodes to have 'complete' pages, even if the pictures for certain segments on some of them are yet to come).

      Just wondering - I see that you're working on the early 1980's now (like you mentioned, Season 13). Just wondering if you plan to work through the 1980's starting with Episode 13, then 14, 15, etc. or does that depend on for which seasons you have 'complete' enough of CTW documentation? Again, just wondering, since I have an interest in the 1970's (and early 1980's) and will probably be more likely to help with page construction and editing in those years. Please let me know. Thanks again.

      Jon

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    • I dunno.

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    • OK, just wondered. Thanks again.

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