In December of 2016 when Miss Piggy was advertising the Kate Spade New York collection, she also mentioned several times in interviews they they were friends and colleagues and not together. And that response has ultimately not changed since then.
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).
All I could find on Vimeo is this, nothing Sesame related (they may have pulled the clips or whatnot), and their company text says they provide "inspired music and sound." There's nothing to indicate they've ever done animation, but likely did sound and/or music for the segments. Right now I'm inclined to just take it out until we can confirm their exact role (if it was music, we'd note it minus the redlink the way we do composers, but sound design isn't something we usually include in the episode guides). I'm trying the internet archive again in case I dig up a usable page with info.
UPDATE: No, the pages that would have helped us (film, about, etc.) weren't captured. The domain is for sale and it's not clear whether the company is still in business, just offline, or changed their name.
Yeah, the only reason I haven't changed it to that is they did music and sound design, not always both on the same project. So it's hard to be sure which. Here's pretty much the only usable Internet Archive page I found, just the home page, so no info, but it only lists audio areas as their services.
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.
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...
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*
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.
I just wanted to say thank you for all the sesame street episode pages you have been making on the Muppet wiki. I myself am an admin on the ER wiki and I know how hard it is to consintly put out new pages.