Hi Wendy, I apologize if I didn't obey the Muppet wiki's policies and guidelines. BigRedMonster86 wishes you the same. We are both on the autism spectrum and have asperger's syndrome, a disability where a person like me doesn't communicate well enough and ignores what people are saying. MuppetVJ (Guillermo) and Scott (Scarecroe) also have autism, but they communicate better in a way we don't know about and are still learning, we are sorry if we didn't communicate very well with the admins there. We have both moved on to wikis that we enjoy better than that wiki and communicate better with other users. I am also working on my social skills that I have improved. Do you accept users apologies even if they don't succeed in communicating?
Hi Wendy, there seems to be a conflict between Lucas and Jon about what's happening in this episode. When Jon (Jbrangwynne53) deleted the episode page a year ago before all the episode pages were created for the show, he instated that the episode did air in April 1985, but the film date was November 1985. It was not in the script of this episode, as he now has access to the documents. And here is where the conflict begins: on the tape slate, it says "2074" but the production date says "November 6th, 1985" meaning it was going to be produced the following season, season 17. Why does the filmmaker get mixed up with the episode number/dates sometimes? Now I wonder "what will happen in this episode next?" whether somebody adds a copy of the episode if it REALLY did appear in that episode.
Merrystar, can you accompany Scarecroe and Oscarfan to do more Sesame Street episode guides, please? Can you also help with the Sesame Street Season 3 episodes to complete Sesame Street Season 3, please?
Hi Wendy, I just read through the policies of the wiki after I got blocked, and there is a rule on that page that says "lyrics to songs of Sesame Street, Muppet Show, etc." cannot be allowed and I found this,
"Posting the full lyrics to a song isn't allowed on the wiki; it's considered a violation of the songwriter's copyright, and that's a violation that is enforced more often than images or other potential violations. It's okay to quote selected lines from a song within the context of a larger article about that song, the songwriter, or the character." And although I'm a blocked user on there, I sure wish I could help with the lyrics to the songs. Why can't we add lyrics? Would the user who did that get a copyright fine or considered an infringement?