This currently is categorized as a movie but it was not a theatrically released film. It was a "TV-movie". This may sound dumb, but what exactly is the difference between a TV movie and a TV special? Many of the television productions we have labeled as "specials" seem movie-like to me in terms of pacing, style and even length. I just want to make sure I put things in the right place. — WaldoWatcher, 19:15, 28 November 2007 (UTC)

My preference would be to throw it into Specials. Essentially, this is the Muppets' 2002 Christmas Special. The only reason it calls itself a movie is because of its length. It's not just made for TV, it's designed specifically to be seen on TV, with the TV style and pace that you're talking about.
The Muppet Christmas Carol is different; that's a theatrical movie, and it acts like one. I'd like to move this to Specials. -- Danny (talk) 21:23, 28 November 2007 (UTC)
I agree, I think TV-movies should be categorized with specials, as the line between telefilm and TV special is often a blurry one. The Movies category should just be for theatrically released motion pictures - such as The Santa Clause, The Polar Express, Home Alone, The Muppet Christmas Carol, etc. — WaldoWatcher, 16:32, 3 December 2007 (UTC)
I agree with that. —Scott (talk) 17:39, 3 December 2007 (UTC)
There's no reason why it can't be in both categories unless you have some voodoo transclusion going on. Based on my experiences at other wikis with *a lot* more categories than this wiki, I say if it fits into both categories, keep it in both. Don't try to pigeon-hole it.--Kodia 22:17, 3 December 2007 (UTC)
Yeah, that works for me. I'll put it in both. -- Danny (talk) 00:53, 4 December 2007 (UTC)
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