I'd like to get a production photo to use as the main picture on this article. Something that's not a screenshot.
- Note the date of my previous comment under this header. Shortly thereafter, I found the picture of Kermit and Piggy backstage undoubtedly discussing Vet's Hospital before or after the sketch has gone on. I think it's an interesting contrast to the rest of the pictures here which are all mostly the same. I don't find that the newly added image above it really adds anything to the article as it looks just like a regular sketch. If we do need another image to go with the meat of the text at the top of the article, I propose the one accompanying here instead -- but I don't think that's really needed either. — Scott (talk) 01:38, 23 January 2007 (UTC)
- Not a big point, but is that first picture on the page reversed? I thought Piggy was always on Dr. Bob's right. --Justin 01:53, 23 January 2007 (UTC)
- Assuming it's from the season 1 "old man" sketch, then yes, the new picture is definitely reversed. I like the way the page looked before it was added, so I vote no additional picture. There are gazillions of shots of the three of them standing together behind a patient in the sketch table. -- Wendy (talk) 04:41, 23 January 2007 (UTC)
- It does look much better now. I never much cared for that picture, anyway. But is there, perhaps, a Veterinarian's Hospital logo that could go in it's place? I seem to remember seeing something like that in a photograph or a drawing. Maybe not. --Justin 19:26, 23 January 2007 (UTC)
I've removed the section edit links on this page. In order for the table's column widths to match between each section, I've used colspan tags to maintain a single table. Otherwise, uneven column widths between the sections make the page look messy. However, editing a section independantly of the rest of the page tends to make edit previews look like you've broken the table. So to deter from this, contributors must edit the page from the main link and lose the luxury of section edits until I can figure out a better way to do it. I have some ideas, but won't be implementing them right away. — Scott (talk) 14:34, 8 September 2006 (UTC)