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  • Hi, you're still having trouble in this area. So far we've left multiple messages for you explaining what counts as a reference to the Muppets. Any "could be" like that owl sazophone on a tie bit you keep bringing up doesn't count. Many of the others you added before were just a shared word, or not even the words you thought you heard.

    I checked the Loud House episode that uses the name Dorothy. It's a fish but nothing specifies what kind. It's closer and kind of interesting as a coincidence, but as we've told you, it has to be very obvious, not just "This is the same name or species or a similar word." I also asked you to really stay away from that page, or *else* start a forum thread ("Does this count as a reference?" or whatever).

    Respond this time so we know you understand (communication is vital to Muppet Wiki, and continued lack of response and contrary actions despite admin warnings mean a block) and definitely do not re-add any claim we've already removed (like that owl thing) and explained toy why. That's edit warring with admins. Thanks.

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  • Hi, you keep adding things to Minor TV Mentions which are at best vaguely similar but not actual references. So far admins have to keep reverting your additions, since vague references to monsters, cookies, or a big bird (as the title of an episode in which a small bird meets a big bird) don't count.

    I'd mentioned this on your page before: "If you want to add to Muppet Mentions pages, I'd suggest focusing on either uses of actual character names (not something similar) or unmistakable parodies (where something is clearly based on Sesame Street or The Muppet Show, not because you think it looks or sounds similar, unless there's a quote from someone involved to say it's intentional). If you're not sure, feel free to ask here in the forums before adding."

    For now, please just stay away from Minor TV Mentions. Or start a thread on the forum *first* asking if they count as actual mentions, but otherwise, please find something else to work on.

    Thanks!

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  • Hi Sean!

    What are you trying to add here?

    That "Wallykazam" reference doesn't mean anything to me.

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    • The Wallykazam! reference means that the title, The Cake Monster, sounds similar to Cookie Monster. Watch The Thundermans episode "Cookie Mistake" and the "Cookie Thief" quote sounds like the Sesame Street episode. I re-undone everything undid to me except for The Loud House ref because it was similar to Eight Take-Away One Equals Panic but wasn't a mention.

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    • I'm not sure that's really a reference. Is there anywhere online you can point the members of the community here to check it out to confirm?

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    • We don't count the use of the phrases "cake monster" (which is an episode title). I checked the Thundermans episode (a sped-up version, around the fifteen minute mark) and she says "cookie thieves" (plural) to characters she thinks are stealing a cookie. That's not a reference either.

      If you want to add to Muppet Mentions pages, I'd suggest focusing on either uses of actual character names (not something similar) or unmistakable parodies (where something is clearly based on Sesame Street or The Muppet Show, not because you think it looks or sounds similar, unless there's a quote from someone involved to say it's intentional). If you're not sure, feel free to ask here in the forums before adding.

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  • Hi. I'm not sure what you were trying to say in your edit summaries for Fay Ray and Number Segments, but EKA means that it's a sketch's earliest appearance that is known. If we're going to say that a particular sketch is known to have definitively appeared first in a given episode, we need to provide a source. Not all Sesame Street episodes have guides yet, and we could still potentially find an earlier appearance... hence the EKA tag.

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    • But in subsequent appearances after Episode 4000, the label for the Wegman's dogs #1 film with Batty and Crooky (e.g.: episodes such as 4013 and 4064) are labeled first same with the number segments like the #4 flower segment from Episode 4034 is labeled first in the segment airing in Episode 4047.

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    • For the "Stop and Go" entry, the EKA is listed as Episode 4008. That page doesn't have an EKA on it, but it doesn't mean it's verifiably its first appearance.

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    • Scarecroe wrote:
       Not all Sesame Street episodes have guides yet, and we could still potentially find an earlier appearance... hence the EKA tag.

      How about this, we put EKA for Karen Aqua segments and call it a day.

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    • What day would this be, now?

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  • Hi, I'm sorry you didn't get this in a welcome message when you first joined the wiki, but please visit our Special:Community page and check out our FAQ and Guidelines, as they are important tools for working with the Muppet Wiki community. If you have any questions, please let me know here. Thanks.

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  • To reiterate, please do not revert changes made by administrators. "The Street We Live On" is already linked on the Season 35 page as Shane mentioned in his edit summary, so a second link is redundant. We don't link to the same article more than once if they're close together, as noted in our policies.

    Edit warring is not cooperative or a productive means of working on this Wiki, so if you continue revert other's edits without discussing or explaining, you are going to be blocked. Please leave a reply so we know you understand. Thank you.

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