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I get that the Featherstone puppet is used as the Queen in the Muppet Show, but doesn't the Queen, as her own separate character, deserve her own page? Is that her name? The Queen? --Pantalones 19:28, 21 March 2006 (UTC)
- I agree fully, just like the other puppet reuses, the recycling should be noted but the character deserves her own page. The drag comment is thus a bit misleading, as it's not like when Kermit wore a wig or Bert as Mama in the Christmas pageant, but just the puppet reused and refurbished as a female. The reason she doesn't have a page yet, I suspect, is simply because we don't yet have an image for her. When someone supplies one in response to Images Wanted, or when I get a chance to buy the first season set, we'll have one. If you want to go ahead and create one for her, though, go ahead, o prolific filler of Muppet Show gaps! --Andrew, Aleal 19:49, 21 March 2006 (UTC)
- Should we start the article under the title: The Queen? --Pantalones 20:01, 21 March 2006 (UTC)
- I would. Her first appearance was in a sketch based on an A. A. Milne poem, and from what I recall of it, the Queen had no name. Jog's Kermitage listing also identifies her simply as "The Queen." The alternate is "Queen Featherstone," which is confusing, so I'd say just "The Queen," until/unless it's discovered that an actual name was used. --Andrew, Aleal 21:31, 21 March 2006 (UTC)