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As discussed at Talk:Ernie and Bert Sketches: Apartment, we need a clearer definition of the kitchen. The way that section is now, it sounds like we're making the assumption that when they put food on the counter of the living room set, the camera angle has "switched" to show the kitchen. I don't believe that this is the case, but even if it is, we need clearer evidence to support this. Additionally, Joggy mentioned that there were skits that took place in what was supposedly a more clearly defined kitchen set. I haven't seen any of them on the wiki, but if the information is out there, it would be nice to track that down. In the meantime, the kitchen section on this article needs to be clarified. As of now it's misleading based on assumption. — Scott (talk) 16:43, 13 December 2006 (UTC)
- As you can see in the picture here, Ernie and Cookie are in the living room. They have food on a counter. On the other side of the counter is the kitchen. They go to the kitchen in several sketches and their movement alludes to it being there. Clearly the counter is not against a wall - it is a peninsula - their use of it and other on-screen evidence strongly alludes that and that it divides the kitchen from the living room (however they are usually standing on the living room side of it). I’m pretty sure there are some skits that make this clear, but off hand don’t remember which ones. Although there is some discrepancies and discontinuities in the apartment’s layout (the stage right front door has also been used as the bedroom and bathroom doors). This isn’t just a wild assumption, there is some on-screen evidence to back it up (I even think there is a sketch where Ernie and Bert go around to the other side of the counter and are seen in the kitchen). I also think some of storybooks clearly show the apartment kitchen clearer. -- Brad D. (talk) 17:04, 13 December 2006 (UTC)
- They did show the kitchen, here in Episode 1396. I assume that it's the other side of the same counter. -- Hilleyb 17:11, 13 December 2006 (UTC)