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These episode/sketch descriptions are great, but they could really use an episode number or air-date to put them in context and help others identify the source. Some bigger leader text and general description would be good and listing cast/crew connections (see SNL) could be neat as well. Also a picture or two would be nice to illustrate the sketches. -- Brad D. (talk) 06:41, 23 October 2006 (UTC)
- Are there any cast/crew connections at all for this show, though? That is a really good idea if someone could find any. Anyway, I added the episode air-dates and numbers, but of course there are a few more skits that've aired since these three were posted. I think, though, that this article will look better if we make a table for these skits and summarize the skits that are on here now (as opposed to keeping the longer ones). Also, a couple of more pics couldn't hurt, such as a Mad TV logo or something. :) -- Mazzy 04:26, 27 January 2007 (UTC)
- The first two seasons of this show are on DVD, although I don't know if there are any Muppet-related skits on the episodes of those DVDs. I'll see if I can find any cast/crew connections. As for a logo, that shouldn't be too hard to find. I'll get on it. Maybe it's just me, but I think the description could also use a bit more about what the show's about. I'll look into this. Apropos of nothing, I liked the older episodes of this show, but haven't cared too much for it lately. George B. (talk) 04:37, 8 February 2007 (UTC)
2 more parodies
Yep, just as the title suggests, there were recently 2 more Sesame Street spoofs. Well, the first one wasn't exactly a segment spoofing the show, but it was a commercial with a Tickle-Me-Elmo knock-off called "Tickle-Me-Emo" (from "Depress-aMe Street), but anyway, the second one was, to which I am informed, but not seen yet, involves: 1) Big Bird infected with radiation poisoning 2) Elmo planning a dastardly scheme into blowing up Sesame Street (wanting to turn it into Elmo's World) and 3) An ill Kermit singing his famous song until he dies. And, Oscar is there as well. I'll get to the first bit as soon as possible, but I am still (eagerly) waiting for more details and a video of the second bit. MasterYoshi 17:05, 22 January 2007 (UTC)