Hi, for the record, curricular is the adjective form. Curriculum is the noun. Now it's sometimes used incorrectly or as a shorthand for "focus of the curriculum," but you really don't need to change the word curricular if used as an adjective. It's correct and the meaning pretty clear to anyone who'd care enough about the topic. Thanks!
Hey Tim. Please don't name users in your edit summaries to highlight a minor error they've made. We all make mistakes, and while it is good to fix someone else's mistake, it's not cool to name-drop them or call them out for doing so. So please, no more of that in future. Thanks.
Hi, Tim. For the record, if any blocked user asks you to edit on their behalf, don't. The changes will be undone when caught. We know at least one user has a longtime habit of tracking admins first (often in places where the admin only edited once or twice anyway) and then regular users to other wikis and leaving messages just to ask for them to do things. They tried for a long time at Central with one of the admins, but even then had started leaving messages as far back as 2017 for unblocked users to make changes he wanted. Concerns about letting admins know who the changes are for are also tell-tale, but also certain patterns (that user was the only one concerned about adding holidays to episode pages even when told not to and after banning) are giveaways.
We don't want to encourage this behavior. Blocked users (and in this case, one who had in fact been unblocked once and continued to ignore warnings, and blocked under many sockpuppets) are banned for a reason and acting as their proxy only puts your own account at risk. Thanks.
A reminder again, editing as a proxy for a banned user is forbidden. Please don't do so or promise to do so, even if the actual changes may make sense. It just encourages the party, who continues to leave messages for random wiki users and admins in any and all wikis where he can find they've even made a single edit. He's also tracked down personal e-mails for at least one admin. It's basically become stalking.
As noted before, the whole repeated "don't mention me" (he's left identical messages for half a dozen other users, just waiting to see who will do so) is a sign that even he knows he's not supposed to be doing this.
Do you have anymore Sesame Street season 32 episodes? I would really be interested in seeing them as there are some really rare episodes from that season that are super hard to find and don't have guides.
Where did you get the original version of Episode 3917? Did your parents tape it for you when you were younger or did you get it somewhere else? If you got it somewhere else, please tell me where because that would be helpful as I am searching for these rare episodes as well.