Something keeps going wrong whenever I edit this page : http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Episode_147:_Buried_Treasure . I finished the page and it looked just fine. I created it and then the page keeps completely screwing up whenever I try to edit it. The page keeps telling me Your edit may have been corrupted" .It keeps adding things that I didn't put on the page and screwing up the punctuation. Can you help me fix it??
Pig's Laundry wrote: Something keeps going wrong whenever I edit this page : http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Episode_147:_Buried_Treasure . I finished the page and it looked just fine. I created it and then the page keeps completely screwing up whenever I try to edit it. The page keeps telling me Your edit may have been corrupted" .It keeps adding things that I didn't put on the page and screwing up the punctuation. Can you help me fix it??
just an idea but do you guys think you can make a page on an internet reviewer called AniMat? he's pretty much a huge muppet fan and he sometimes mentions them in some of his videos like how Don Salin & Kermit Love worked on a Hansel & Gretel Stop Motion movie in Animation Lookback: The Best of Stop Motion and he's currently working on something called The Muppet Vlog where he talks about the current Muppet episodes as well as the old ones when the show was on hiatus what do you think? here's his channel
I heard from a fellow fan that this was used in 2741 (season 21), which he says is the "Big Bird The Grouch" episode...for the longest time, I thought it was from the first week of season 22, but that recent batch of the first 15 episodes proved that this is not the case, since I had taped this episode before the others, like "Telly Gets a Furcut" and "A Day in the Laundry Room"... of course, I don't have concrete evidence that 2741 is the correct number, but I think it's safe to say that it's from season 21
Yes...the episode of Mike and Gina getting their driving permits...I accidentally taped over much of it, but what exists I put on my channel....I think the episode of Oscar and Grundgetta watching Luis and Natasha may be from season 21 as well...since all these shows were recorded during the same time frame...I just foolishly didn't tape the numbers of the episodes, with the exception of 2749
I noted in an edit summary for the guide I created that I had noticed a few things that indicated the episode was produced during season 21; "The Loudest Lullaby" has a 1989 copyright date (the song sheet also says "Show 2709"), and Gedde Watanabe isn't listed in the credits for next season (though he appears episode 2789, which could possibly be a repeat from season 20).
Yeah, I'd like to find a bit more evidence first. It seems clear it would be that episode, though the sheet music throws it off a little (It says the song is "Item 3" in the show; Item 1 is the theme. In the "Big Bird the Grouch" clip, it's a part of the first scene, but it could be argued that the Big Bird portion at the beginning is Item 2 and the radio portion it Item 3).
Thanks for finding this image. I had been wondering about that particular segment recently and was trying track down if we had a pic of it here.
By the by, I found a couple entries on ASCAP and Copyright Catalog for "Up and Down Song," dated 1995 (season 27) and attributing Dave Conner and Luis Santeiro as songwriters. While the segment we have looks like it was filmed in the mid-to-late 90s, the title "Monster Up and Down" seems more descriptive, and I'd almost believe that it was one of those segments that was redone for whatever reason.
Wow! Is that clip on YouTube, or just privately circulating? Either way, it still seems a good enough excuse for me to finally give Joe a page to keep Bill Hanna company (his driving a car for one second in The Flintstones didn't seem enough).
Yup, it's on YT (well, a fraction of it): (YouTube)
I'm not sure if there's more of Kermit/Cookie, or if this was the only category (as our link to the Red Book says it was a three-way tie between three completely different programs than the two-way tie in the video).
Okay, I checked the reference book Total Television which has a useful list of Emmy winners. There were two different categories: Outstanding Achievement in Children's Programming (Program and Individual Achievements), for "Entertainment and fictional" and the three-way tie was between Sesame Street and Zoom as programs and the writing staff of The Electric Company
The two-way tie in the clip was for "Informational and factual." Unless they used the flashlight gag twice, either Cookie and Kermit only presented the one part, reused the same joke, or more likely, they did both but Red Book mixed up which announcement the flashlight gag applied to.
And I still love Cookie holding the mic so the winners can speak.
Hey, Shane - I'm in a bit of a pickle here. On my tape of episodes #3756–3760, I discovered that episode 3759 actually has the same exact plotline as episode 3657 (the cold open, the sponsors, etc.). We currently have the summary of 3759 as "Baby Bear and Telly lose Sweetie Pie", and MuppetVJ added the Coming Soon for that episode a long time ago, but I don't know if #3759 is supposed to be a repeat of #3657 or not, because I doubt an episode would be repeated as a different number within the same season.
I saw you created the page for episode 3657, so what's your opinion?
Oscarfan, I just forgot to remove the link to the Yellow Submarine song of Sesame Street from the article.
I just remembered your warning to me about the unauthorized video links that are not officially uploaded by Sesame Street, so I went on ahead to remove that link from the page.