It's a reference to the fact that an admin on the Muppet Wiki refuses to tell anyone how he came into possession of a screencap from an extremely rare Sesame Street sketchBlueBird (talk) 07:11, 16 February 2018 (UTC)
Monster Jam World Finals 2000
Hi! just wanted to say you might want to update the notice board, it's June already and the notice board is still the one for May. sorry if this sounded rude and you can take your time if you want, i don't know how long it takes to make the notice boards so maybe this message is unneeded, just thought i should let you know! -Deathnipple6660
Hey there. Thanks for the new update for January 2020. Mind if you add the fact that all 49 episodes of Step Inside were recently found on YouTube please? I think Ryanskip forgot to add these to his list, and I don't want anyone trying to find something that has already been found! SpaceManiac888 (talk) 13:37, 13 January 2020 (UTC)
There are some times where I mention stuff that was uploaded earlier but slipped under the radar until now, but in this case it seems like every episode was uploaded around a year ago, which is long enough ago that I think it wouldn't quite make sense to add it now. The article reflects its found status so I don't think anyone will still be trying t find it. --Kobochat (talk) 17:17, 13 January 2020 (UTC)
I don’t think you got the email
So I tried to email you to see if two of my page ideas were eligible. I’ve done plenty of research on them and I think they are both lost.
First, there’s the show, The Robonic Stooges, which has an episode called “Curly of the Apes.” I watch the show on Kimcartoon and the version of the episode I found had stopped after the 2 minute mark. I knew this was odd, because the episode was about to cut to another scene, and Robonic Stooges episodes normally last 5 minutes in length. I also checked another website and it used the same video. I think this can be considered partially found now. And the show doesn’t have any home media releases.
The second subject is the website CartoonValley.com. It was active from 2001-2018 and I checked the archives of the site. They have a lot of images, but then I found other websites showing that there were more images on the site. These images do not have previews, which must mean that they were deleted or lost. This is a paysite but I’m talking about the content you can’t view on the site because it’s lost or removed. If you put the site URL through the internet archive, then you can see previews and stuff for lost image galleries. (Em 19:46, 27 January 2020 (UTC))
You know what? I think I’ve found enough evidence that Curly of the Apes is lost. I just really don’t want to get another page deleted, but at least the articles are good quality (with sources and formatting).