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This page is growing and I think we should make a new article featuring these sketches (33 article), (35 article) and (39 article). Webkinz Mania 18:51, 29 March 2009 (UTC)
- Most of the sketch pages are large, and the season heading dividers actually make it easier to browse as is than some of those in Category:Ernie and Bert Sketches and so on. Plus right now some sketches are there based on ekas, but if we later find out they debuted in, say, season 34 or something, that would be a new section, and it's easier to rearrange within a page than resort once they've been broken up, and the general feeling on the Wiki, as long as the information is coherently presented and clearly related, not to break up pages unless they've clearly become impossible for readers to browse through, and that doesn't appear to be the case. This is really one of the shorter pages on the Wiki, all and all, and nicely divided. Basically, in fact, we'd tried dividing sketch pages by season way back and found, for accuracy and practical reading/browsing purposes, it just didn't work, which is why we go either by official title or by theme/location or other ways of grouping related sketches. -- Andrew Leal (talk) 23:46, 31 March 2009 (UTC)
- Oh. Now I get it. This was in my head also: I wonder if they use sketches that are new for Season 40. Webkinz Mania 00:18, 1 April 2009 (UTC)
How to add a sketch with no image capture?
I'd like to add the "H" sketch from Season 35, but don't have a video capture--just a synopsis. Since I've seen synopses without images posted before, I know it's possible; how do I put the "image not available" placeholder in the first column? -- Ingeborg 02:39, 14 July 2007 (UTC)
I think that this page should have a more complete listing of sketches. There are several not listed yet. I know that every letter of the alphabet has been represented at least once. --Minor muppetz 23:50, 13 July 2006 (UTC)
- Yeah, I think that could be a fun project for people to work on. If someone's interested, it's okay if you don't add every single segment at once. Just add as many as you can, and maybe somebody else will pick it up after you. -- Danny (talk) 12:26, 15 July 2006 (UTC)
Frank Oz involved with this?
You know, I thought I heard Dan (ToughPigs) say that Frank Oz performed Cookie Monster in most of these "Letter of the Day" skits. Am I right on this? --Wile e2005 01:10, 6 May 2007 (UTC)