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Toughpigs

aka Danny

  • I live in Oakland, CA
  • I was born on January 6
  • My occupation is Product Manager at Wikipedia
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  • That song from Sesame Street (The Honker-Duckie-Dinger Jamboree) debuted in Season 14 - not Season 15! It was taped in January 14th 1983 for the fourteenth season! Remember, it's a Season 14 sketch - not a Season 15 sketch! For goodness sakes! Can you go stream some of the Sesame Street Season 14 episodes to see if they have got The Honker-Duckie-Dinger Jamboree, please?

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  • Hey wait! The Super Grover sketch (The Apple Fight) didn't debut in Episode 786 in Sesame Street's Season 6, it debuted in Episode 682! Its first appearance was in Episode 682, not Episode 786! Go tell the Muppet Wiki users, on the double! Also, can you get all the episode guides of Sesame Street's Season 6 to fix the mistakes!

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  • Can you find out that Kermit the Forg debuted in 1978 on Sesame Street?

    The Wonderful World of T-Shirts sketch didn't debut in Season 11 or Season 12 on Sesame Street! It debuted in 1978 and it's a 1978 sketch! It may have debuted in Season 9 or Season 10! So can you complete all of the episode guides of Sesame Street Seasons 9 and 10 and see if has got the Wonderful World of T-Shirts?

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  • Can you find the first Two-Headed Monster sketch that debuted in Sesame Street Season 10 in 1978?

    Can you also complete of the episode guides of Sesame Street Season 10, please?

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  • Can you go and ask the Muppet Wiki users to stream videos of Sesame Street Episodes 2806 and 2823 to complete these episode guides to complete Sesame Street Season 22?

    Also, can you hire more users to work on Muppet Wiki to complete some Sesame Street episode guides, and can you go and complete all the episode guides of Sesame Street Seasons 1 and 2 on Muppet Wikia?

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  • Wait! Wait! In 'In and Out Disco' clip debuts in 1978, and it either debuted in the second half of Season 9 of Sesame Street in 1978 or Season 10 of Sesame Street? Not Season 11! Can you tell D72jjpilc aka Jon from Muppet Wiki to find out where it debuted in which episode and which season, please? 

    Can you tell Shane from Muppet Wiki about this, please! 

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  • Would you mind getting clean Muppet Show screenshots to replace the ones with Disney Channel logos on them (including Muppet Labs Pet Converter, Chris Langham zen-skiing, Chris Langham performing Hawaiian Cowboy, Side By Side By Side, Mr Dawson, Zuzu Fittzwaller, the Falling Alfonsos, the Singing Food singing Yes, We Have No Bananas in Episode 412, Muppet Sports: Wig Racing, the Bun-Bun Brothers singing Zipa-Dee-Doo-Dah, Gonzo and the farm animals singing Ain't Nobody Here But Us Chickens, Miss Piggy singing Some of These Days, Loretta Swit and a chorus of Muppets singing Side by Side by Side / What Would We Do Without You?, one of the pictures in Glenda Jackson's medley of several sea-chanty songs, one of Kermit and Fozzie's balcony scenes in Episode 517, Chris Langham's owl imitation, Foo-Foo's dog-act, Foo-Foo interrupting Kermit's intro, Statler and Waldorf talking about Cruelty to Animals, the backstage scene where Floyd gets left to take care of Foo-Foo, Floyd locks Foo-Foo in the drawer, Bear on Patrol: Fozzie captures an octopus, Swedish Chef: Hot Dogs, the backstage scene where Miss Piggy discovers what Floyd has done, The Electric Mayhem singing Rockin' Robin, the birds singing Take a Chance on Me and the goodnights scene where Janice asks Kermit and Piggy has anyone seen Floyd?

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  • Hi Danny, thanks for the invite. I've registered here and have already seen a couple of places where I'd like to add some info. The first is an edit to the page for Ezra Ahern -- I've found the actor's name for the "uncredited extra" from episode 89, and I'd like to make it active so that it links to the actor's IMDb page. The second instance is for episode 918 -- I noticed that a page is yet to be created for "Olivia's suite"; I'd like to do that by pointing out the previous incarnations of the set design for Olivia's/Amanda's room and want to create a reference link that clicks on to the episode where we first see Olivia's suite (903). So, again, how do I make the "903" an active link that takes you to the page for that episode? I'm looking into screencap options, so I'll be adding props and set design notes starting with the beginning episodes. I guess the best place to add those notes is under the "Production" section, perhaps with a link to a photo I would upload? I'll also be adding some bloopers notes as well as memorable quotes. I always thought DS Wiki was a great site, but I'm especially enthused now that I'll be actively participating. What a fun project! Thanks again for inviting me over -- it's great to be a part of this endeavor. Kind regards, Marc

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    • Hi Marc! If you're using the visual editor, then you can make a link by highlighting the name of the page, and clicking the link icon (a little chain) at the top of the page. If you're using the wikitext editor, then you can make a link by putting double brackets around it, like this: [[Quentin Collins]]

      And you can actually leave me a message on my Dark Shadows Wiki talk page -- w:darkshadows:Message Wall:Toughpigs. It's easier to talk there than it is here at the Community Central wiki, because we can link to DS Wiki pages. Talk to you soon!

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    • Just a note, the correct link to the talkpage is this one

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  • Can you and the admins on the Muppet Wiki decide with the new blocking idea from this blog?, because they ban several users their infinite rather than blocking them 1 day, 3 days, 1 week, 2 weeks, 1 month, 3 months, 6 months or 1 year.

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    • Well Homer77, they have been doing that on the Muppet Wiki by doing the infinite blocks on the users in question instead of doing it for the durations you listed.

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  • Toughpigs, I was wondering if you are looking forward to the second half of the 2015 TV series "The Muppets." I saw in the commercial what appeared to be a puppet of a baby penguin.

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