Oscarfan

aka Shane Keating

Admin
  • I live in New Jersey
  • I was born on September 28
  • I am Male
A FANDOM user
  Loading editor
  • 3139h
    Where and how did you obtain this screenshot? I can't seen to find the video for it anywhere.
      Loading editor
    • A FANDOM user
        Loading editor
  • I know there are lots of segments that have never been uploaded to YouTube separately, like the one Bruce Cayard cartoon of a girl drawing herself. Do you suppose I could watch that?

      Loading editor
    • A FANDOM user
        Loading editor
  • I believe you were the one who filled out the episode page for Episode 0235. If I'm mistaken, forward this to Scott.

    For Scene 3, in which Bob sings "Up, Up and Away," I'm pretty much guessing the script doesn't indicate a reuse of the scene back in Episode 0005. Out of interest, what was the set-up for the song here?

    No hurries.

      Loading editor
    • There is no set-up; just saying it's Bob singing and the lyrics. There's no indication it was re-airing the version from season one.

        Loading editor
    • A FANDOM user
        Loading editor
  • Hey, Shane! The CD for What's The Number? has 2 more songs than what the page shows. I've been thinking this might come up, so how do you think we should handle it when a physical CD seems to be different from a download? Do we list the 10 tracks and say the CD has 2 more at the bottom, or do we list the 12 tracks, and say the download is missing 2? To complicate things, as you may have seen on ToughPigs, it seems that the CD is a B&N exclusive. So I don't know if the CD itself is a B&N exclusive, or if the 2 tracks are what's exclusive. Right now, nobody else seems to be selling it, and it just came out on 11/1/19. If you want to bring this up somewhere, feel free.

    Also, to be nitpicky, the actual text on the cover, spine, and label show it as What's the Number? Is there a way to show that on the article's name, or do we just show that in the actual text?

    By the way, there's a B&N exclusive record coming soon, too! We need to ask the Workshop for a list or something. I'm having trouble keeping up, but it's kind of fun after so many years of not seeing any new records or CD's at all!

    P.S.: To be more nitpicky, are we going with capital "The" because the cover (and spine and label) say it, or do you want to change it to "the"? I didn't want to move it without asking, in case somebody already talked about it. Thanks!

      Loading editor
    • I say: notate the CD as an exclusive and mention the bonus tracks, then in the track listing, include them and notate their exclusivity. See The Muppets (soundtrack) for example.

      I don't think the italics matters, really.

      The record is a re-issue of one of the Cracker Barrel records, and that's notated on the page for the record (Sing Silly Songs!).

      If the album uses "The" capitalized, we should do the same.

        Loading editor
    • A FANDOM user
        Loading editor
  • Hi Shane -- how did you get the plot for Episode 1462. Can you show me the link please?

      Loading editor
  • Hi Shane -- I am amazed to see the image from the SS Krazy Kat segment that you posted! A longtime fan of the strip, I caught the end of that segment on a SS episode many years ago and couldn't quite believe what I was seeing. I fear it's verboten to even ask, but is it possible to view the segment somewhere? Do you have any info on what animation house produced it (and why)? Thanks!

      Loading editor
    • The segment is not online anywhere AFAIK, and I'm not aware of the production behind it.

        Loading editor
    • A FANDOM user
        Loading editor
  • Please delete the Episode 4836 page. It's not a real episode and it contains content too violent for Sesame Street.

      Loading editor
    • A FANDOM user
        Loading editor
  • Hi Shane, Mia here.

    I've noticed there is a user named LazyTownSugarFactory editing some of the articles on here, namely the ones pretaining to the Sesame Street Muppet Julia, and writing some offensive or inappropriate stuff, including the line "Julia brought out a gun...but julia shooted up their teacher ms. goose." and "Then julia shot elmo and cookie monster." Is there a way to prevent this user from editing articles on this wiki?

    Thanks, Mia T. Toon

      Loading editor
    • A FANDOM user
        Loading editor
  • hi there pal, can you please send me the street scenes for the episodes in the title, can they be in a zip file please, i know you administrators can't give any episodes but i'm a Sesame Street Historian and Fan and I would also like you to please send me the Season 3 End Credits please (The 1972 version) without the noggin logo, I need these for my history project  on Sesame Street Season 3, it's a surprise for my fav male teacher Mr Barker, i love presenting projects to him! Thank you and have a wonderful day, also I don't really mind what website link you use as long if it's Mega.nz, Mediafire or Google Drive, thanks and bye again!

      Loading editor
    Oscarfan
    Oscarfan closed this thread because:
    nonense
    20:10, October 18, 2019
  • Hey man, we've got one episode left using the Sesameguidenoggin tag and our script for it appears to be abridged. These segments were marked as cut from the Noggin broadcast, and they were later moved down to the "Known Edits" section. Do we remember how we know those were in the original broadcast?

      Loading editor
See archived talk page
Give Kudos to this message
You've given this message Kudos!
See who gave Kudos to this message
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.

Some of the links below are affiliate links meaning, at no additional cost to you, Fandom will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase.

Stream the best stories.

Some of the links below are affiliate links meaning, at no additional cost to you, Fandom will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase.

Get Disney+