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Street Season 48
Sesame Street's 48th season
officially began Monday August 6 on PBS. After you see the new episodes,
post here and let us know your thoughts.
Discussion in 'Classic Sesame Street' started by Al Hempker, Feb 2, 2006.
I can tell he's immature just by looking at his username.
You know what? That's a good point. In fairness, I know you've had your share of pestering fans just like I have as well. I literally find it hilarious how some fans think we all somehow have these mountainloads of clips that I'm sure can only be found at Sesame Workshop. I think some just have more crap thrown at them than others.
By the way, can I just say how much I'm jealous you got to watch the episodes at the paley center? I've actually had the urge to go down there to watch the episodes (I have a couple friends who live in the city, so I could always crash at their places), but I just don't know how often they're typically shown there.
I appreciate the shout out, so thank you for that. I've gotten crap thrown at me for uploading clips from home video compilations, but whatever. Those fans can kiss my butt.
You are in absolutely NO right to criticize someone for pestering you, because I've seen your fair share of pestering people to upload stuff. Even if I find the kid to be a little annoying, need I bring up someone who constantly pestered Rohail to upload clips when he got his hard drive fixed? Or trying to bug other users on the Muppet wiki to upload clips from episode 12 when it "leaks"? Or how about that you just admitted to pestering Hooperfan to upload the Bus skit?
And it still makes me laugh how those fans whine about not being able to watch said clips or episodes from you when you gave them pleanty of time to download them, when this was their attitude.
I've never been to the Paley Center, but from what I understand, visitors can watch whatever they want (that the museum has) anytime they go.
Right, I know visitors can walk in, but I wasn't sure if the episodes are played on certain days/times.
The episodes aren't "shown" or screened; you watch them in their viewing library.
Ah, okay, that makes sense now...
I was always under the impression that they were screened in like a movie theater. Learn something new everyday...
Certain, popular, important things or programs based on a certain theme get screened daily (like the Seinfeld pilot or some famous episode of SNL, or Jim's YOUTH 68, which they're running soon), but the primary way to see stuff is library, which is sort of like its own type of YouTube.
Yeah, anyway, sometimes I get aggravated with people annoying me, just like Oscarfan (aka MarshalGrover) does. In the past, all of you people and even I used to take requests, so I'm assuming now most of us (i.e. me, Oscarfan, SchfiftyThree, and some others) stopped taking requests, haven't we?
Well.... I wouldn't say most of us. I sometimes ask requests to other people. However after uploading the season 33 premiere and a few others, I'm still getting bombarded with "WE NEED MORE SEASON 33 EPISODES NOW!!!!" "Oh Come on! Upload something else! Already seen that!" @LittleJerry92 you may not think of yourself as popular but you're popular to me! The very first clip I've watched from you was the Elmo's World slow theme song. Holds great memories...
Oh man... I don't even know if that video is still up.
Yeah... Alot went on in the head of my 14-year-old self....
Okay, wow... I forgot what it actually sounded like.
But yeah. I remember getting alot of compliments on it...
OMG! I actually remember watching that video all the time like five or so years ago. Good times.
Jerry you're a celebrity and you didn't even know it!
playing it on repeat right now. don't know why its so catchy
S'wrong with that boy? He got fleas?
Maybe he just really has to use the restroom.
I didn't notice a full English version of "We Coulda" just turned up via Sesame Maniac.
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