Oscarfan

aka Shane Keating

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  • Bob-SomeThingsAnimals

    Hiya. What was the source for these screenshot of Bob playing the Sorting Song game with animals? (Or presumably Bob's arms if the source is only a picture.)

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    • It was from some video on Archive.org. It's only 20-ish seconds or so, though, of the Sesame content.

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  • Heya. Looks like I uploaded File:Celeb-MaxRoach.jpg in 2009, but I can't remember where I got it. YouTube, maybe? You uploaded a better shot in 2017; do you remember where it's from? Episode 2717 is the only script I can find with Max Roach in it, but I don't know which scene was in front of what appears to be the Fix-It Shop (there's no indication in the script). Anyway, just bringing it up because I saw it was being unused and we can probably use it to fill a spot on that guide.

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  • Hi, Shane:

    I know you're working on Season 11 right now, but there seems to be an episode - namely 1350 - where the episode guide does not appear to represent a complete Sesame Street show (judging by the number of segments shown). The reason I'm mentioning this to you now is that I know you're currently working on episodes around that point in the season. I know you worked on that episode earlier, but was just wondering if there was any problem with gathering information as to the exact content of its segments and clips. Just wondering if I can help. Thanks.

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    • The script we have is not marked "Final Aired Version" and has an entirely different rundown, including a bit that doesn't appear to have ever been taped.

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    • OK, Shane, just wondered. Then I take it that the episode will be 'put on hold' until you get the 'Final Aired Version.' Again, just curious. Thanks.

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  • "Kom maar in de tuin", and, as far as I can tell, all of the English songs with lyrics that were re-used on the Sesamstraat, were re-recorded in Dutch. In this case the Dutch vocals are by Bill van Dijk, who dubbed a number of characters.

    But actually, you are right that it doesn't belong in the Sesamstraat songs category; I just forgot for a moment. Thanks for fixing it!

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    • That might be something to bring up for discussion - songs being covered by the international productions qualifying them to fit in their respective show categories. Since "Sing" was performed on TMS, it's in that show's song category. The same could be said for American Sesame songs being covered by the international show's casts (not just straight dubs).

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    • Yeah. I'm not sure how many of those there are covers though. I suspect it was mostly all dubs... at least in the early days of the show. I'll definitely bring it up if I find anything that seems to be more properly a cover. In the meanwhile I've been creating/categorizing redirect pages for the dubs under the "dutch" version of the title.

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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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  • HeSheIt-Locks
    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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