I see that you added a picture to Episode 0793, which is a 'recycle' of Episode 0523. I was just wondering if you (or anyone) could check to verify if the sponsors for both of those episodes are B, N, and 9, or B, Y, and 9. I'm going by the content of what I see in the segments for those two episodes, and was told to always ask before dealing with episode sponsors when I don't have actual footage or notes at my disposal. I don't do this (i.e. asking about sponsors) as much as I used to, but for some reason those episodes 'stick out' for me every time I visit the Wiki, and I thought 'Why not inquire?' Thanks in advance to anyone who can help.
This might be a mistake by the listings in Tucson Daily Citizen or something. Who knows what the episode was brought to them today by? Maybe the person who announced the sponsors said the wrong letter where we've might have seen skits about the letter Y. Same couldn't be said with Episode 3423.
Hey Lucas, thanks for the tables on the episode pages you recently expanded. It looks like you were able to fill them in based on the fact that they were repeats of other episodes we already had guides for on the wiki.
I added a couple of them we hadn't already listed on Sesame Street episodes with recycled plots. If you find any more repeats that are missing, feel free to add them to that page. Or, if the code is giving you trouble, let me know and I'll add them. Thanks!
Hi, just checking since you didn't leave a summary or source, do you have access to the script documents or video for Episode 0343? And even if you do, it's a good idea when someone leaves a "removed pending source" sort of edit to explain the source when you re-add it. Otherwise it just looks like edit warring. Thanks!
If there's not a source, I'll take them out again for the reasons already stated in my summary.
I checked on YouTube, but no episode. I checked on Dailymotion, but no episode. I even looked up on the Internet Archive Search, but there's no luck finding it. So, does this mean there's only one letter sponsor announced?
That happened in quite a few early episodes, including the season premieres on DVD. What I undid was a user's speculation, and apparently you undid that also based on speculation. So don't revert changes for that reason again, please.
If you find a source, then it can be altered (and the admins who added the sponsor info to begin with might double check), but we don't change based on guessing and seeming, especially when someone already has checked (and can check again if need be).
Identifying the segments in Episode 0333 that I couldn't which were already on the wiki.
Keeping the history of the file, as is the preferred wiki practice.
However, you downloaded the thumbnail versions of my new uploads instead of the originals. When saving images from the wiki, to make sure you get the original file, go to the file description page and choose the (original file) link. That way we don't lose any quality.
I went ahead and fixed them, but just wanted you to know about it for future reference.
When I checked if the segments are how they are ordered, Madrigal Alphabet isn't there. Some Muppet Wiki users that are fans of vintage Sesame Street (including myself) will eventually click on the Episode 0619 page where the skit made it's first appearance. And they might think "What happened? Where is the sketch at? I can't find it".
I've seen some conflicting info regarding the first use of "The Ballad of Casey McPhee," as an example. And a couple of examples of a bit being mistaken for another one, which is their error, not ours.
It seems like this lists a few things that contradict CTW Archives info. I know that the program guides were printed before the final edits.
I would have thought that the "First Season Show Content" would have had episode numbers added in after the final edit, but I have found some errors there, particularly with first appearances (and after episodes have been guided, some segments still have the previous "first" listed on other episodes). Should these inconsistencies be noted, at least for the first appearance? I'll have to look a bit to remember all I've noticed, but I recall that the files list "Alpha Song (small letters)" as debuting in the first episode when it actually first appeared in Episode 0010, "Lulu's Back in Town" is listed there as debuting in Episode 0019 instead of Episode 0030, and the "I-Impolite" cartoon is listed as debuting in Episode 0031 when it actually first appeared in Episode 0033.
Looking at instances about seasons listed, I know that the guides often list production codes by segments with the first two numbers representing what season it was taped, but are there also guides that just list seasons without (or in addition to) a code number? Some of those season inconsistencies could be a case of segments being held over for a season. When Sesame Workshop officially lists a season that a segment was from, it tends to list them by production season ('for example, many of the segments listed as being from season 11 in Old School: Voluem 3 and 40 Years of Sunny Days have turned out to have first aired in season 12, and there are many sources that list season 7 as when the Pinball Number Count series was made, so I was shocked to see on the page that all of that segments firsts were season 8 episodes).
Hey Lucas, I've noticed small changes to some of the segments you've been adding to new episode pages. Are you writing them out, long-form? It would be much easier to copy and paste, and it would minimize errors.
Also, did you know you can add more than one segment to an article at a time rather than making dozens of edits for each addition? You made 16 edits on this one page in a short amount of time.
It would be helpful for yourself and others monitoring Special:Recentchanges if you made all those changes at once, and used copy and paste.
Hi again. I reverted your recent changes to "Believe in Yourself" because your edits messed up the page formatting. Please take a look at the article's history to see what I mean and let me know if you have any questions.
Also, I see you're still having trouble with copy and paste as discussed previously. Please take some time to familiarize yourself with this practice. It will be helpful to you, but also it will keep the rest of the community here from having to revert or fix your edits. Thanks.
Hey Lucas, I see you're still having trouble with copy and paste. It's really a much more efficient way of duplicating text than typing it all out again. Especially for the types of edits I know you like to focus on here. Do you need some more help practicing?
The instructions I used earlier in this thread used keyboard shortcuts, but you may find this tutorial more helpful: 
You were blocked for ignoring the request that was made to you. Please acknowledge that you understand that we want you to wait until the segment in question is on the linked Episode page before we start citing it as an EKA or First. That way we avoid any confusion.
That won't be a problem so long as you're willing to keep an open line of communication with the community and you follow the rules all linked at Special:Community. Please make sure you read them carefully. Thanks Lucas.