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Earliest known appearance

Currently, the EKA template on the page says "Earliest Known Appearance: Episode 3076". Should EKA only ever be actual TV episodes? Episode 3076 was in 1993, but the Put Down the Duckie! special aired in 1990. -- Zanimum 18:55, 11 April 2009 (UTC)

I think the "earliest known appearances" policy applies to epsiodes of the american verison of Sesame Street. I could be wrong, so I think we should wait until a moderator sees this (and maybe a note could be added to the policies page). --Minor muppetz 21:50, 12 April 2009 (UTC)
I don't recall why, but both EKA templates were designed to work only with episode numbers. Feel free to mention in the article that it appeared earlier though. —Scott (talk) 22:38, 12 April 2009 (UTC)

2nd Celebrity Version

Long ago I read that the celebrity version was later edited to remove Paul Reubens and added Gladys Knight and the Pips and Phil Donahue. It's said that this version appears in episodes 3076, 3114, and 3723. However, I watched this version at Sesamestreet.org, and I saw that it includes additional celebrities who weren't originally in the celebrity edit (though they all appear during the end credits of Sesame Street, Special, and most of the extra clips are the same as the end credits, though additional shots of some celebrities are included as well). These celebrities included Barbara Walters and Robert MacNeil.So, if anybody has copies of any of those epsidoes (or others with this version) and check the video clip, is the version on the official site the same as this second version, or could there have been an additional celebrity edit? I'll have to check again but I think that the variosu athletes were also cut from this version. --Minor muppetz 20:36, 11 August 2008 (UTC)

Paul Reubens was arrested in 1991. And CTW was told to delete his appearence with Phil Donahue and Gladys Knight and the Pips. I was really pissed off. I got really angry that they did that. I was not very happy. That could have been making upset like Chirs Crocker (who created "LEAVE BRITNEY ALONE!") I loved Pee-Wee Herman. BTW, Paul Reubens is not the only one who got removed. But Robert MacNeil was added in John Candy's part (after Andrea Martin). Gladys Knight and the Pips replaced New York Mets. Phil Donahue replaced Paul Reubens. Andrea Martin replaced Pete Seeger, and Barbara Walters replaced New York Giants --User:BuddyBoy600
Andrea Martin replaced Pete Seeger? Why does the article say Andrea appeared in both versions of the clip? Did she appear as Edith Prickley in the first clip, and both Edith and herself in the second? (Sorry, bad internet connection, I'd check for myself if I were at work, on lunch of course.) -- Zanimum 18:55, 11 April 2009 (UTC)

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