Oscarfan

aka Shane Keating

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  • Hello. I found a new Roosevelt Franklin Headball clip today, and I know a while back you put down Richard Hunt as Showered Rosell's performer, but the more I listened it just didn't sound like Richard Hunt to me. Since you made that change, I'm wondering if it would be alright to change the performer to "unknown", because like I said, I can't really hear Richard. Also, was there a source or something that that came from? Let me know what you think. Thanks! :)

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  • Hey man, just a head's up: the dead videos script found that some of the Chrysler videos have been sent to the junkyard. I'm gonna take em off the article, so if you've got em backed up and want them here for archival purposes, I'll leave that up to you. Because it was a company's official video, YouTube might flag it. In which case, I recommend a screenshot and a link to streamable.

    PS: I just grabbed the still-live thumbnails, so we know what was what, and you can match em to whatever you have backed up.

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  • You said no such development has been made? That's not what Wikipedia said:

    Significant other: Kermit the Frog (1976–2015: 2016–present)

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  • Are there any other Journey To Ernie Segments after Season 36 rather than Episode 4154?

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  • Hey, can you remember your source for this edit? There are eight redlinks for Expat Labs, but the only Google results for them and Sesame are copies of our pages in YouTube descriptions. The only company by that name I can find does sound design/music and their webpage is dead (Wayback turns up nothing either).

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    • Nice; there's been a few other "Snooks" name drops (see Inside jokes (Sesame Street)) if you wanted to add them.

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    • Oh, definitely. In fact I just found it a few moments ago.

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  • Hi, Shane I have a special request. Can you please request for nobody to block me indefinitely? I will be very diligent and careful following the guidelines and rules okay?

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    • Requests for such special treatment without earning our trust first are usually frowned upon. Actions speak louder than words. If you intend to follow the rules, prove it by following them. It's simple as that.

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  • Hey, I noticed a discrepancy between the segment description for this on the pages for #2779 and #3181. Are there documents that make clear if this is Mommy Snuffleupagus or Granny Snuffle? Visually, I would think it's the latter.

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    • I meant to change that too; I just was prepared to do EKA / First fixes on #3181 in the moment.

      The script for #2779 reads "Coconut Addition w/Granny Snuffle" (from season 20). So #3181 should be Granny.

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  • Didn't this use to have a different guide, involving Mike, Lisa, and Alex? Where'd that one go?

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    • The copy used to create the guide was missing the episode number, so it was a mistake from Ward or Jeremy. It's now Episode 2846.

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    • Thanks!

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    • It was my dumb mistake...as Shane mentioned, the ep number was missing and since I thought Ward taped all his shows chronologically, I thought this was 2851, since 2849 (which he appears in) wasn't on it...

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    • It's fine. Thanks for the info on those episodes by the way, Jeremy!

      I'm still amazed.  Here it is, four months after discovering Scott's adding so much episode info. His "trusted source" list has quadrupled since then! And now I'm reading about episodes that I remember seeing as a kid, like the "Sesame Street Rainbow" episode. Aww... *sniff*

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  • The Wizard of Id doesn't have it's own wiki so is it ok if we make it a sub of this wiki and add more pages?

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    • Yes, you are free to make your own Fandom Wiki. It would not be a sub of this one, as the Muppets and WoD are not really connected save for the pilot they did.

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    • So is it not going to happen?

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    • Well, you can make a wiki based on the WoI, and maybe include a page about the failed pilot, but it won't be a subsidiary of this wiki, it'll be its own separate thing.

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    • Click the START A WIKI button at the top-right of the page. If a WIZARD OF ID wiki does not yet exist, you can start one yourself. Good luck!

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  • Looking at the Unidentified Sesame Street segments sandbox page, I've been wondering if that should be limited to what's in the trusted sources, or if maybe we should also include other stuff in CTW Archives guides that we don't know about. At the very least, I wonder if we should include stuff listed in the First Season Show Content at the University of Maryland, since most of those do list segment length. 

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    • I didn't start the page, so I can't judge for its content.

      I don't mind too much having other stuff in there. It can help keep tabs on things we not only need to ID, but need images for.

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    • Oh, I actually looked at the edit history and thought I saw your name at the bottom (I think I must have thought I went as low as I could).

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