Happy to help. Also, I think you'd be interested in this: Ryan Dillon talked about how ever since he became Don Music in the 50th anniversary special, he's been trying to put him in more bits in season 51. He talks about it from 38:35 to 42:07 here: https://www.instagram.com/p/CDhRRpbDY35/
Anthony, we appreciate your work, but you've been around long enough to know how we communicate. So I'll reiterate what I said Thread:299130#60 here, since you didn't acknowledge it.
If an admin (or any other editor really who's not clearly a vandal) reverts your edit, you need to ask them on their wall, or talk page as they'll become in a matter of weeks. It was bad form the way you handled it (you didn't edit war, true, but you bring questions to the forum only if and when both parties think more opinions are needed). In this case, it seemed like you just didn't understand why your edit effectively removed needed information from the page. I explained since Scott wasn't online then, but the simpler and faster way would have been to ask him.
Your changes to the Yolanda page look good, but you can't let this behavior happen again (your last comment basically made it seem like you were ignoring it). Please reply so I know you understand.
Hi, just a reminder, for any characters who were merged into a single page, we don't need to link them twice in the same sentence (or paragraph). So if you want to fix Statler and Waldorf, just unlink whichever one comes second (since it's otherwise redundant to have both piped to go to the same page).
I bring it up because I recently went through "Sing" and found there were several entries without an image that were years old. The longer we wait to get a screenshot, the less likely it is that we're going to get one because things disappear if folks don't back them up.
I don't have the ability to make screenshots.
I've never heard of such a thing. What kind of computer do you have?
That's the one. Press it, open a program that saves images (like MS Paint that comes with Windows), then paste it in the blank space. All you have to do is crop and save it from that point.
If you're still having trouble with it, maybe add the request to Muppet Wiki:Images Wanted so that they don't all pile up unnoticed. (I was able to get some of the missing ones from "Sing", but it wasn't easy and I still missed some.)
Hi, Anthony, Martin Short had two series called The Martin Short Show, the very short-lived sitcom and a more successful talk show, but in the case of Irving Cohen, The Show Formerly Known as the Martin Short Show was just that. An unrelated special in between and not the same as either. In this case, the title confusion is understandable as far as something called "The Martin Short Show," but if you see a differently worded title, don't assume they're the same or related without checking. It's context again, and if you need to, run the titles or the person whose page you are changing through IMDb to see if they're the same series. Thanks!