Maybe you've already answered this, but I see that in a couple more weeks, Muppet Wikia will (or might) be migrated to Fandom. If and when this occurs, should we enter a new URL to access the Web site, or still enter http://muppet.wikia.com and things will automatically redirect? Moreover, I hope that all the progress we made towards completing the Sesame Street portion of the Wiki stays intact, or at least I'd think that it would. Just wondering. Thanks.
Hey Scarecroe, I’m really hoping you can help me out. I’m looking for an old Oscar the grouch weeble wobble (also called a Roly-poly). I believe you contributed to an article here where you explained that Illco was bought out by Tyco, and I wonder if for that reason there are two versions of this baby toy. Both have a hard plastic round bottom, but I grew up playing with one that also had a hard plastic Oscar character, which my son recently lost. I’ve tried to replace it but everyone selling this toy on eBay has a version that has a rubbery, soft Oscar character on top. I’ve attached a picture of the toy I’m talking about, though the picture is of a rubber top version that is presently on eBay, and again, I’m looking for one with a hard plastic Oscar character.
Hi! We have a category for Iilco at Category:Illco, have you tried looking through there? I'm afraid toys aren't really my area of expertise, but you're welcome to post in Special:Forum to see if anyone knows anything.
Hey, noting this edit, do we have a source for a confirmed Rowlf appearance on the 2018 series yet? The user added the category but nothing to the page, and there's nothing elsewhere on Muppet Wiki to support Rowlf showing up yet (if at all).
His note here says "set to be introduced in 2019." I'll leave a note for Julian, so we can otherwise add something in the actual Baby Rowlf text about it (if it's from a broadcast promo, we can note that; if it's from a presskit or other advance PR package not otherwise available, as we sometimes get access to, with only 2019 as the indicator for when it's happening, we should state that).
All the best for 2019 as we start the new year! I think I remember you (or one of the admins) mentioning that since this coming November is the 50-year anniversary of the first episode of Sesame Street going on the air, that you (or the Wiki community in general) would like to have at least all of the Sesame Street component of Muppet Wikia 'done' by that time - if possible. I was just wondering if you (or whoever) meant that all episodes will have complete guides (say, like the ones just completed for Season 13, even if all pictures are not present) or will minimally have some sort of page with at least partial information (say, like the ones for Season 11). Again, just wondering, and I'll be willing to do whatever it takes to help, though I am somewhat 'limited' since I am not an admin nor do I have any 'hard' CTW material 'in my hands.' Hope you understand. Please let me know. Thanks and, again, Happy New Year!
OK, Scott, thanks for responding. If all episodes for Sesame Street on the 'List of Sesame Street episodes' page can have a page with at least minimal information on it (i.e. so the color of the link is blue, and not red), that would be great! Then again, we'll see how things go! I'll concentrate on EKA's and Firsts, as well as minor 'typos' and 'fixes' that aren't controversial. Thanks again.
OK, Anthony, I think I understand now. I started with the '10' page on the list and replaced all 'eka' templates with 'first' templates, and changed the episode number only if the episode on the '10' page 'disagreed' with the 'first' episode (if shown) on the linked page. After all 'eka' templates were removed, the '10' page no longer appeared on the page for which you provided me the link. I take it that we're trying (as much as possible) to replace 'ekas' with 'firsts' as part of this 50-year anniversary project, right? Just wondering. Thanks.
Can you put Video apperances for the Sherry Nether;and page? Her apperances from Home Videos were from that horrible christmas dvd and 1-2-3 Count with Me. I don't want to say the christmas dvd name because I hate to see it and I can't stand the name of it.
Hey, in Episode 0661, do your sources ID the other Little Theatre of the Deaf actors, or just Fredericka Norman? (She's usually credited as Freda Norman, matching her dialogue name; she and Linda Bove were American Sign Language heads on the Broadway revival of Big River in 2003).
Ed would probably be Ed Waterstreet and Pat, if male, seems to match Patrick Graybill (often credited as Pat).
Okay. I went ahead and added Waterstreet since, relationship with Bove aside, he's the only Ed who worked with the Little Theatre of the Deaf at that time. (Still checking on Graybill; seems like it was almost certainly him, and all of them worked together in a National Theater of the Deaf Broadway twofer of Moliere/Under Milkwood four years prior, but having trouble confirming Little Theatre involvement; since it was a wing of the National Theater, some bios of older members don't necessarily specify it, which complicates trying to put together a roster of who was on SS. He's on Facebook though, so may be able to put out a feeler.)