Oscarfan

aka Shane Keating

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  • So the Grandparents Celebration street story is on the Celebrate Family DVD and you just forgot while making a list of its contents? That makes me feel better to know I didn't get rid of my DVR recording of that episode for nothing.

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    Hi there. What's the source for of the toon describing how a lock and key works?

    It wouldn't be the weirdest thing if it came from a foreign dub, even with being fully attired in English texts of He, She and It.

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    • It did come from a foreign Dub (Arabic). They only show a little bit of it, editing out any scenes but that one using the on-screen text.

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  • Where did the Roosevelt Franklin days of the week image come from?
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  • I'd suspected it was Joe Silver from previous clues, but we needed a direct statement and now we have it. Yay! I'm excited to start the page, bunch of neat connections there (i.e. he sang a Raposo song in the Raggedy Ann and Andy movie.)

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    • I saw some previous discussion about it when looking him up and I'm glad to see it's a confirmed thing now (per the guest star discussions, it seems he made another appearance in season 14).

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    • I've kept wondering on that one whether it was before or after "I'll Miss You Mr. Hooper" (or possibly a stopgap while they prepared that episode). (And I was off by a season anyway. The Count would be ashamed of me).

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  • Heya, I've been meaning to remake the Polaroid video supercut to include the one stray I didn't have at the time. Is the "Flatter Flash" commercial online anywhere? Or any others we're missing? I can include em all.

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  • Hi Shane. Per your question on the HBO episode page, you can use the "name=" field to make them the same note, just like you would in a normal ref. See: this edit.

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    • I just saw, thanks! I wasn't sure if you could do both in the same tag.

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  • Hey, Shane. Just wanted to say thank you for the logo removal. I actually did Spot Heal it out when I was creating the image, but although I had cropped in and cut out a lot of dead space (to bring the two pairs of balls closer together), I wasn't sure if removing the logo would be breaking or bending any rules regarding Photoshop (even though it was just black), so I ultimately undid the Spot Heal and kept it in.

    Again, thanks for the assist!

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    • There's no rules about Photoshopping things, really. Removing logos and such is perfectly fine.

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  • Hey, did they more than one of these outside of the initial Words Are Here, There, and Everywhere campaign from 2014, or was this a one-off? I remember seeing a BTS shot of that on Instagram some time ago.

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    • The BTS shot was of that clip. I just came across all the videos they made around that time; All the header videos of each topic is Muppet content we haven't seen; the thumbnails tricked us!

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  • Hi, Shane:

    Hope I'm not bugging you too much, but since you're primarily working on Season 11, this might be an 'opportune' time for me to mention this. I remember you changing the sponsors to Episode 1405 to reflect the content you inserted for that episode. However, according to the CTW notes, not only are the sponsors for that episode 'C,' 'E,' and '3,' but the actual contents seem to indicate that those letters and number are the sponsors (of course, judging from what the segment descriptions are). Here's the page with the notes for that episode. Again, hope you don't mind looking into this. Thanks.

    1402-1405
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    • Per the fine print at the bottom of that sheet:

      "Printing deadlines for the Sesame Street Script Highlights precede the final editing of the programs. For that reason, an occasional segment listed may not be included or may appear in a different location in the broadcast."

      So while these docs have helped us in the past, they themselves state they are not always 100% reflective of the episode as aired.

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    • OK, Shane, thanks for clarifying, and I take it that what you're putting on the Wikia is that which actually 'was aired.' Again, thanks.

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    • To be clear, we don't work on a wikia. We work on a wiki.

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    • OK, Shane, thanks. Pardon the spelling.

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  • Of the six pages using File:Toon-Cracks.jpg, the first time we attributed a "first" appearance for it appears to be in July of 2014. Do we remember where we go that? I did the guide for Episode 0818 today thinking it was definitively the first appearance, but I couldn't confirm it in any scripts.

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    • Not sure how much this helps, but this copy: (YouTube) has a little slate at the beginning with the production code "06-0431," meaning produced for season 6. It might have been held over until season 7, which is where #0818 is from.

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    • Nice. That's not present on any of the scripts I found.

      I still wish we could figure out what that second string of numbers means. I assume it's their own tape cataloguing system, so maybe it would be relevant to us anyway.

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