Unearthing previously "lost" Sesame Street episodes

dvakman

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As fan based endeavors go, it's unprecedented, awe inspiring, utterly indispensible and the ultimate tribute to the most deserving of creative missions in television history. On a personal level, it has unlocked much joy for me during a very difficult, dark period of my life. My heartfelt thanks to everyone who toiled away at this for so many years. I hope that all the CTW creatives who are still with us have a chance to bask in it and appreciate it too.
 

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I'm so happy that this project is finally complete.

Shane Keating/Oscarfan/MarshalGrover/sokdrawer, Scott Hanson/Scarecroe, I'd like to congratulate you on this. Oh, and your friends too.
 
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Well, the guide is technically not done yet. There are still new episodes every Thursday to work on whenever first-run is happening. But yes, the workload is much lighter now.
 

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The main point is that the wiki was able to manage to guide every episode that’s otherwise just been sitting around in the vaults since they aired on TV. Obviously yes, new episodes will require new guides. It’s just now officially caught up.
 
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