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When did this premiere? After 1984, obviously, as Kevin Clash is in it. But only international episodes link to the page. (Folge 2300 and Episodio 917) -- Zanimum 19:01, January 4, 2010 (UTC)

Louise Gold's Sesame stint as a credited performer spanned 1992-1996, so it would have been somewhere in there. We still have a lot of gaps in our coverage of those years, and a lot of song pages period lack premiere info. Most just have an "eka" (earliest known) at best, or nothing at all, unless we have copyright dates or other info, context for episode specific songs (like "Wedding Pictures"), interviews or behind the scenes coverage which pinpoints a debut, or else full information on specific seasons (thus we do have some "firsts" for early seasons). So this is one of those that, if answered at all, will happen eventually. -- Andrew Leal (talk) 20:23, January 4, 2010 (UTC)
As far as I know, she performed in Season 24 and 27. The clip isn't listed as a classic clip on, so it's most likely from season 27. - Oscarfan 20:28, January 4, 2010 (UTC)
the u.s. copyright office's database on the library of congress website says it was written in 1993, so that helps! of course, it also says it was written by stephen lawrence and belinda ward, so that doesn't help...who to believe? ascap has it for jacobs and durkee under alternate titles for "sesame street cues".... well, i'm going to look into how the info gets on each of these websites, to see if i can make heads or tails of the many discrepancies btw them and omissions from each of them... --Kate 17:35, April 12, 2010 (UTC)
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