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Concerning the most recent edits about quoting HIT as saying that they're releasing the sets in production seasons, but making the article state that they're not.... why would we want to include that? If the final product doesn't match what they said, they made a mistake that's not really notable to include here. If episodes were being omitted, it might be notable, but that's not the case. —Scott (talk) 05:04, 12 September 2007 (UTC)
- The way that it's written right now is incredibly confusing. -- Danny (talk) 15:25, 12 September 2007 (UTC)
- Not to me it isn't. The public has a right to know. --MuppetVJ 15:42, 12 September 2007 (UTC)
- I revised the section. All of the information is still there, including the Muppet Newsflash reference sourcing HIT's intentions. I just tried to present the information a little more clearly.
- It's a potentially confusing thing for readers who aren't intimately familiar with the production dates and air dates -- "the third season set includes an episode produced for the fourth season, instead of an episode produced for the third season, but aired in the fourth season." It makes sense to us, but it doesn't necessarily make sense to a more casual reader.
- For that reason, I moved the section down to the bottom of the page. I think the average reader will be more interested in the episodes, the special features and the Easter eggs. The "production seasons" info is more for the hardcore fans, so I think it works better at the bottom. -- Danny (talk) 17:46, 12 September 2007 (UTC)
Season 3/4 confusion
VTR dates from the punchandjewelry.com episode guide:
- Gunge the Great and Glorious: March 5, 1985
- Sprocket's Big Adventure: October 16, 1985
- Wembley's Wonderful Whoopie Water: March 20, 1985
- Sidebottom Blues: March 13, 1985
- Uncle Matt's Discovery: October 23, 1985
If you arrange the VTR dates in chronological order, the evidence speaks for itself. Another giveaway is that all episodes in the fourth and fifth broadcast seasons aired with their episode titles displayed at the beginning, except for 402 and 403, which further supports the evidence that those two were made for the third season. (All other seasons did not have titles displayed at the beginning.) --MuppetVJ 19:57, 11 September 2007 (UTC)