Henson didn't direct. A note for the Welch episode on The Land of Gorch page states "According to the Henson Archives, this is the only sketch not written by the regular SNL writing staff; it was written by Jim Henson." This and another note of Henson's writing the sketch were added to the page in 2006. The original source was AskHenson.com. (On the linked page, Press the Ctrl and F keys and type "Raquel Welch", and you'll see the note "Written by Jim.")
Hey, just so you know, I like where you're going with Sandbox:Jeff Moss, and I agree that the Jeff Moss page could, and should, be expanded to the level of say Joe Raposo. I recommend showing it off on the Forum when you feel you've got it in a good place, so other users can make suggestions or refinements. One thing I would suggest in the meantime is adding sources when and wherever you can, so we know certain bits of info are verified. Thanks!
Hey Chris, not sure what all the sandbox pages are for. Is there something you're working on that can't be done on the pages proper? If there are major changes you're thinking about, it's okay to ask about them in the Special:Forum.
Pretty much the latter. In the case of the walk-around character articles, I'm playing around with the changes I want to make to each existing article: how they're formatted, what pictures to use... When everything's said and done, I'll then bring these changes over to the existing page, after which point I'll delete the sandbox version. Same with the Jeff Moss sandbox page I just started; as a Moss fan (as if you didn't already figure that out, considering who my favorite characters are), I think he deserves a more detailed article.
It tallies with this note, although any further dates or specifics would help: "The former first lady also arranged a tour of the Sesame Street set in January 1981 for her granddaughter Jennie, and her grandson Christopher."