Thanks for adding that 'Big Bird demonstrates 'Me' picture to Episode 0635. As you and a lot of others have probably noticed, I've been going on quite a binge lately. As you also probably know, Oscarfan (Shane) and a few other admins are filling in episodes from Seasons 14 though 19 (though not necessarily in sequential order). MuppetVJ (Guillermo), on the other hand, is filling in episodes from the earlier seasons (being on Season 4 right now and, for what I know, is doing it in sequential order). I'm filling in as much as I can with Season 5 right now. SInce I don't have any footage or CTW notes at hand, I'm going by 'First' and 'EKA' designations to determine which segments go into which episodes. The reason I'm filling in Season 5 is that I'm guessing that's where Guillermo will go next when he's done with Season 4, and I want to 'help him out' in this regard, plus the fact that Season 5 has more of the segments which I remember when I watched the show as a kid (like the debut of the Sand Alphabet), so I thus can 'relate more directly' to them as opposed to, say, the segments which debuted in the Season 14-19 'stretch.' Hope you don't mind.
Also, just curious, in terms of being an administrator of this Wiki, I know who the current admins are, since they're labeled as such, but can anybody who wants to be an admin be one, or should one make an inquiry and/or fill out an application? Moreover, does one have to already possess so much CTW material (footage, notes, etc.) 'at their fingertips' in their place of residence, or have made an actual visit to a repository of CTW Material (like the U of Maryland)? Just wondering 'how the system works,' and hope you don't mind me asking. Thanks, and Happy Father's Day on Sunday!
Hi Jon! I don't mind you asking, but the truth is I'm not an admin and probably don't know anything more about "how the system works" than you already do. To address your question on how one becomes one, my initial semi-educated guess is to redirect your question to any of the admins you mentioned above.
Enjoy your weekend and stay safe!
While I recognize they're not technically the same as the sketches, with slates and all, my reasoning was they were still of value to the history the earliest years of Sesame Street, not to mention Jim's career of the time.
I'll leave it to others to decide whether that was a good idea.