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Discussion in 'Classic Sesame Street' started by Johnmhowarth, Feb 7, 2017.
Does anyone know or remember which Noggin edits are not noted as cut from Noggin on Muppet Wiki?
Muppet Wiki doesn't rely on memories for sources. So we can't go by that. We can only rely on physical copies. But who cares? Identifying Noggin edits isn't that important, unless you're talking about finding segments that are missing from Noggin-compiled guides
Why isn't memories a reliable source
Boober Gorg, can you find segments not in the Noggin version of Episode 3151?
Link to the Noggin-compiled guide of 3151: http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Episode_3151
Aleal on Muppet Wiki explained this to me, and this is exactly what he said:
Memory alone isn't reliable. We don't trust our own memories generally until or unless verified by actual evidence (the source show, production documents, interview, whatever). People remember things or guests on Sesame Street or Muppet productions that never happened, and that's where rumors come from. I've remembered thinking a character was probably played by one performer, then find video footage and clear proof it wasn't. On and on it goes.
Memory cannot be verified since it's only in your head and can change with the years. A photograph or video of what you remember seeing, that can be shared and confirmed or corrected ("No, that's not so and so, that's...") It's as simple as that. Sometimes you can ask "I remember such and such happening" on a forum and someone else may actually have a video link or a document to add to it. But we can't just go by "I remember this," because our approach is encyclopedic and based on citing sources. Memory is not encyclopedic and can only be sourced outside of itself (that's what we mean by verifying a memory).
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@Boober_Gorg, do you know the segments cut from the Noggin version of Sesame Street Episode 3171? You have both the Noggin and PBS versions of the episode. The noggin edits to 3171 are unknown, but the guide on Muppet Wiki is still complete. To reveal the Noggin edits, watch the Noggin version and read the PBS-compiled guide.
Link to the PBS-compiled guide: http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Episode_3171
@ssetta, do you know the segments not in the Noggin version of any of the following episodes: 3147, 3150, 3162, 3167, 3170, 3176, 3189, 3190, 3200.
@MuppetDude, do you know the Noggin edits in 3184? Oscarfan doesn't know them
Tony isn't all that active on this site anymore, I hope you know that.
I saw a Sesame Street episode not too long ago and believe it may have had some things cut.
Forget which one though.
Can you help Tony go on this site?
Sure, I'll perform my magic powers to bring back his internet wifi.
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