The article is about the TV show she hosts. Other non-TV related work experience is irrelevant. It makes sense to say "Before hosting this show, she hosted this show." It doesn't to say "She previously had a paper route and worked briefly in a canning factory."
Correct, it does not say those things. Also correct, the article is about the TV show she hosts. The paragraph in question cites other hosting examples and goes on to more of her work experience. Her work experience is relevant to the topic being discussed as a natural progression of the text.
Those pages cover all Muppet productions (and some related Henson projects), not just the new show, but they're generally chronological (making it easy to find the latest) and offer detailed breakdowns which I think are more effective than listing "mild" if parents really want to know what the adult content is and how it is handled.
Just in case we needed further proof (beyond just noting who repeats as the series airs), Nilla Watkins on her website says she "booked a recurring co-star role on ABC’s prime-time show, The Muppets, premiering September 22, 2015!" I'm not sure if it's worth noting this on either her page or Kim, but I thought I'd park it here.
Yeah, good idea! I meant to get to some more template upgrades, but got sidetracked with other things. We already link to Episodes from the episode count, but I think people aren't seeing it. Having it more prominent like the new movie template makes a lot of sense.
Hey, I just saw you brought that up. It's one of those odd WikiaBot created things (it keeps creating a page called Empty, for example), which I became aware of during a cleanup awhile back.
In this case, the idea is okay, but it doesn't work right. If a page is created or edited with a link to a file that doesn't exist, it adds it there. Some users, especially with episode guides, do that, and then do a multiple file upload, but it doesn't register the change. I see from your edits that just editing any page in that category fixes it, as long as there's still no broken link (it also seems to have flagged several user pages with that "insert picture" template for reasons unclear to me, and also those who we've blocked and deleted their images, etc.) The concept (actually tracking which pages have broken image or video files *right now*) is good, but of course, that's not what it's doing.
He says he is very sorry for causing trouble on this wiki site and that you haven't given him a couple extra warnings before blocking him. These are his words, so please reconsider:
"I'm sorry I hurted your feelings but I want LegalizeAnythingMuppets to be unblocked on that wiki because he has been blocked for 3 years! Can you please unblock me?! I was not expecting to be blocked. You should give me a 1st warning, 2nd warning, etc. before you block me so can you do that?"
Hey, I saw you started Stephen King. I'm trying to gradually add in Muppet mentions from his books (mostly child characters watching Sesame Street, having Sesame toys, or the theme song being heard). Pet Semetary has the most but I had trouble formatting, so it may need fixing (also given the changes in editions and reprints, and since I'm mostly using Google Books, Amazon's Look Inside, and so on to check, I left out page numbers). So far, I found brief references in at least six other books, including The Shining, Cujo, It, and The Dead Zone, but will have to get to them later.
Also, should we merge the King movies on to the page? I checked, for The Mist, the Sesame line is only in the movie, so presumably the screenwriter wrote it, but as you can see, Pet Sematary basically adapts a trait from the books by showing Ellie's Muppety room.
Definitely, we followed that rule in other cases (as to when an author's work gets a stand alone page), in this case the process just happened in reverse. Plus Shawshank was referenced on its own, so better to detail those there.
Also, I still need to either work Jell-O on to Jack Benny, or vice versa; they sponsored him for eight years, so he did integrated commercials and references on his show, print ads, and for years opened with "Jell-O again, this is Jack Benny talking."