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What goes here?

Are we including identities like Patrol Bear? What about one-shot things like the Tin Woodman from the Brooke Shields episode or Cowardly Lion from The Muppets Go to the Movies? -- Pantalones 15:35, 28 March 2006 (UTC)

Patrol Bear definitely belongs in here. I'm not sure about the Tin Woodsman, but it might, given it was a sustained portrayal, in a way. I wouldn't count the Muppets Go to the Movies one, though, as there were dozens of movie character portrayals in that one, except as a foot note to the Muppets' Wizard of Oz. But that's me. Feel free to toss some things in and get some reactions. We're being pretty loose with Elmo Variants, after all. I think we just want to make sure we don't get to the point where we get "Pie-Plastered Cruise Ship Fozzie." --Andrew, Aleal 16:01, 28 March 2006 (UTC)
Regarding "Fozzie the Grinch". I really don't think this should be here. It isn't another character he plays, it's just him turned green and Who people thought he was the Grinch. -- Big V 23:22, 16 April 2006 (UTC)
I think the Grinch should be here. Fozzie might not have purposefully taken on the identity, but he did have the mistaken identity of "the guy who stole Christmas". Plus it's a different variant on the character's look/puppet. – BradFraggle 21:26, 17 April 2006 (UTC)

Did we ever discuss or outline that we only count intentional identity/appearance changes on these pages?

I'm wondering whether or not to include this change of appearance for Fozzie, and for Gonzo on his respective page as well. And if so, shouldn't we include the Cluckitis alter egos, for all main characters that have alternate identities pages also?! I believe that those would be fun additions. — Julian (talk) 22:53, January 31, 2011 (UTC)

Yeah, my concern as quoted above was really just with costume only changes for a brief sketch (I still want to fix Scooter's Alternate Identities as far as Simon Smith is concerned), but for the rest, actually several pages do have the Cluckitis alter egos. It's just we gathered those pics slowly and didn't get around to updating every relevant page. So indeed, go forth and cluck proudly. -- Andrew Leal (talk) 01:40, February 23, 2011 (UTC)
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