The photos of Cheryl Ladd on the Muppet Show set are promotional photos. I left a note in the edit summary, but you might have missed it. Promos were quite common, and there are many of the floating around. In fact, you can find a lot of them on the episode and guest pages on the wiki.
I get that those were promotional photos; I assumed that they were promotional photos of a sketch that ended up never airing, esp. since neither Sweetums nor that set appear in the episode at all (nor the surrounding episodes).
I'm pretty sure the Oz thing was just a passing resemblance (all bespectacled, moustachioed men tend to look alike when being strangled by giant plants). But this one is amusing and astonishing. You know how we've found credits for the Fisher-Price DC book and tape sets full of Sesame connections.
Well, I was wondering if the audio cassette that came with the original Fisher-Price player also had a cast list anywhere. Probably not, although I'm still checking on that. But here's a YouTube link:
I wondered when the announcer/narrator introduced "Christina" and "Jonathan." Christina and Jonathan Frith are Michael Frith's kids and both worked on the DC tapes, although Christina was playing adult roles by then, and there was a two year gap, so either she aged enough, or Frith wrote the script and just used his kids names (Christina sounds here like she's trying to sound younger, doing a little girl voice, so she may have already been a teen or older). But I think it's Frith narrating (I compared with the DC Wonder Woman tape here, and I actually have the Superman one, so I'll pop it in and compare). But then he introduces special guest "The Sound Man" which is unquestionably Fred Newman. So that supports my theory that Fisher-Price had Frith and Chris Cerf overseeing their audio "drama" division at the time, as it were. I'm still checking!
Hey, Scott! I'm a little confused. For the record, you can compare the earlier edits here. Basically your change just deleted one conversation. Do you think we should dump it? (It was the previous user before me who wanted to label conversations by years and that had already been fixed).
Yeah, you reverted my change, which was from March 12, 2012, which had been to undo user Tycio's earlier change's. Here's what happened when you edited. I think it may be a glitch where it showed that page as being his most recent edit or whatever and you did an automatic revert, but that problem was over a year old and already fixed. Your edit just removed two comments from the top.
It wouldn't have been an edit conflict. My edit was from a year ago. Somehow you didn't see it or whatever Wikia thingummy was used didn't display it. So did you want to just lose the posts deleted in your edit (I guess it reverted to October 17, 2009 since that's the only version yours matches] or reinsert? Also may want to pass on the issue to someone. In short, there was no last change to revert since March, but I have occasionally had a weird sidebard claim "Recent pages/edits" which are months old or whatever, so I'm wondering if that's part of the issue or glitch.
Hi, how are you ? I 'm looking forever for 70s-80s PBS/Noggin Sesame Street episodes and Electric Company ones too ? I also met Heather Henson . She was so nice . I'm a diehard Muppets fan . write firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Scarecroe, I need help with something. This is what I need help with. http://muppet.wiki.com/wiki/Sesamstraat_Thema. I had to remove the link to one of the Sesamstraat theme songs because it said this message: This video is unavailable. Sorry About That. That means it is a Deleted Video. The link is still there, but I want that link to be removed.