Just in case if you were wondering, there are only four episodes that don't have images of the CTW overlay; namely shows 1864, 1901, 1909, and 1914. The former two episodes don't have one at the moment, and the latter two shows (1909 and 1914) only have images of the Sesame Street logo overlay (the only two shows to have images of the SS overlay at the end of the episode at the time I'm writing this message).
So, what do you think about this? Let me know. Thanks!
I found two nearly identicial dot images for episodes 1259 and 1277
For #1259, the description of the Dots segment claims to be #3 (Last dot shows up early), but the image appears to be #4 (third dot wants to be red). Also, in #1277, it says that segment #5 is used (all dots go red), but the image is the same as the one above (although the beginning of #5 is the same as #4 with the third dot wanting to be red).
Which segments are actually used in those episodes? (If #1277 actually uses segment #5, would you please reupload the image to match this one below?)
Hello. Uh, I saw that this user named Aleal has blocked all my accounts on this wiki (going back to about 2012), saying I was a "previously blocked user". I don't understand why I could have been blocked as when I first joined this wiki, I don't recall doing anything wrong. Is there a reason why this keeps happening to me?
One of our admins did some digging to figure out what accounts you were talking about (and found you meant this and two prior accounts. The first and second accounts we could find were blocked globally by Wikia, or Fandom as they're called now (and the third account was trying to bypass a global block, so that's why it was blocked here).
To find out why you were globally blocked, check your July 2012 e-mails or else contact Fandom here. Only they can tell you.
Hope you don't mind, but I took a page that was created - 'Write it Down' ('it' not being capitalized) and created a new page - 'Write It Down' ('it' being capitalized) - by cutting-and-pasting the information from there into the new page. I thought I wanted to be consistent with the formatting for 'Cross It Out' (Capitalized 'I') since one clip is 'based' on the other.
I still have the old page intact just in case you want to keep that and delete the one I created. Please let me know, and hopefully no hard feelings. Thanks.
Actually, I remember Andrew telling me about how to do this before from a post two years ago (the 'Rename' option under editing), but I can't find that for some reason. I'll keep looking for it and keep you posted.
Concerning proper page titles, please refer to Muppet Wiki:Style Guide#Names and Titles which notes to not capitalize prepositions or other minor grammatical articles. The "It" in "Cross It Out" was incorrectly capitalized and has been fixed. Renaming a page is the ideal solution over duplicating/replacing, but next time you spot an discrepancy like that and you're unable to rename yourself, just notify an administrator. Thanks.
It isn't a preposition but a pronoun, so I fixed again. But the rule otherwise applies, and especially notifying an administrator before renaming. Cutting and pasting text just creates a duplicate page, which has to be deleted, so more work for admins than if you'd told us.
Also Jon, whether one song is based on another has nothing to do with titles. Trying to get pages to match because one segment was a variant of another is a mistake. Please don't make any edits based on that,
Great job on Season 16! I know - technically we just need the Street scenes from Episode 2006, but, hey, when they arrive, they arrive!
Just curious - I also noticed that Season 17 is quietly 'catching up' with Season 14 in terms of episodes yet to be tabled. As of now, the former has 40 to go, while the latter has 39. Meanwhile, Season 18 has 25 to go, and Season 19 - 9 more.
Again, I'm amazed at the progress, and am generally not shy to help (though of course I have to be careful in how I go about things!)
Hey, is it possible to get a better pic of the bus driver in episode 2381? It's another case where the exact name "Michael French" turns up nothing, but as we've noticed the tendency to omit middle names, it seems a probable match for Michael Bryan French (right age and in New York at the time).