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Should this quote go in?
I asked Jim Lewis about this stories in the Ask Jim Lewis thread, and he had this to say about it: "I have little or no recollection of this. If you liked it, I’m proud of it. If you hated it, I was hardly involved at all. The moral of this story is: don’t trust me. Seriously, what I recall was being given the frame of stories Kermit might tell his nephew Robin – and then I pitched a bunch of ideas, some of which were chosen. I wrote them and that’s where the amnesia kicks in. " Would this quote be good enough to put in the article? --Minor muppetz 19:17, September 3, 2009 (UTC)
- That's a fun quote, but not that relevant to the topic. Lots of writers forget about material they wrote. I've been talking to some Sesame books authors lately who can't remember which books the wrote and which ones they didn't. It's the nature of the business when one writes for so many similar projects. —Scott (talk) 02:07, September 4, 2009 (UTC)