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The only way we could really cover it would maybe be a rumor page, since there's no real title (or even Sesame Street used title) and no info beyond saying that a lot of people remember and are curious about it (which wouldn't make for much of an article). We don't create solo pages for one-shot non-song animated pieces, unless Jim Henson and/or his crew directed it ([[Number Twelve Rocks]], [[Number Three Ball Film]]) or there was a crossover cameo ([[The Noble Ostrich]] because of Big Bird). The Slate article and most other coverage focus more on people's reactions and emotions about it, which also isn't the sort of thing Muppet Wiki usually covers unless it has an actual impact (i.e. complaints leading to a segment being pulled).
 
The only way we could really cover it would maybe be a rumor page, since there's no real title (or even Sesame Street used title) and no info beyond saying that a lot of people remember and are curious about it (which wouldn't make for much of an article). We don't create solo pages for one-shot non-song animated pieces, unless Jim Henson and/or his crew directed it ([[Number Twelve Rocks]], [[Number Three Ball Film]]) or there was a crossover cameo ([[The Noble Ostrich]] because of Big Bird). The Slate article and most other coverage focus more on people's reactions and emotions about it, which also isn't the sort of thing Muppet Wiki usually covers unless it has an actual impact (i.e. complaints leading to a segment being pulled).
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ETA: Scott wrote while I was typing my response. If reliable/confirmed info on the filmmakers is found, our usual approach is to create a page for them and cover relevant shorts there.

Latest revision as of 21:40, May 30, 2019

The only way we could really cover it would maybe be a rumor page, since there's no real title (or even Sesame Street used title) and no info beyond saying that a lot of people remember and are curious about it (which wouldn't make for much of an article). We don't create solo pages for one-shot non-song animated pieces, unless Jim Henson and/or his crew directed it (Number Twelve Rocks, Number Three Ball Film) or there was a crossover cameo (The Noble Ostrich because of Big Bird). The Slate article and most other coverage focus more on people's reactions and emotions about it, which also isn't the sort of thing Muppet Wiki usually covers unless it has an actual impact (i.e. complaints leading to a segment being pulled).

ETA: Scott wrote while I was typing my response. If reliable/confirmed info on the filmmakers is found, our usual approach is to create a page for them and cover relevant shorts there.

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