One thing I've always wondered was where all those titles came from. I think somebody said that the episode list came from a TV website, which wouldn't be a proper source for the wiki, but I don't know what source was used for that website. Henson.com never had an episode list for this show (I think LMM is the only Henson series to not even have a page on the official site). That list was there long before the second and third episodes surfaced online, and they ended up having the same titles as those episodes, and the recently-found episodes have the same titles as titles on that list. One thing that I didn't think about until now, but considering Pee-Wee's Playhouse began airing a season later, maybe having Pee-Wee Herman in that special was meant to be like a pilot, to test out whether he would make a good children's show host. I remember when I first saw the second and third episodes, I felt they were okay but not too great (aside from seeing something rare), while the first episode was great, and I wondered if the show improved with the later unaired episodes. But seeing these, I feel like Foo-Foo Phooey and Gunko are great (haven't watched Gonzo's Talent Search yet), so I guess the show did improve later on.