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Many or all of the existing individual episode pages for this series appear to fail the notability guidelines for television episodes, and have been tagged accordingly. These articles can be improved through the inclusion of real-world information from reliable sources to assert notability. Overly long plot summaries should be edited, to a maximum length of approximately ten words per minute of screen time. Trivia should be integrated into the body of the article, or removed if it is not directly relevant. Quotes and images should only be used as part of a critical analysis of the episode. You might also consider merging any notable information onto the show's "List of episodes" or season pages. Otherwise, when these pages come up for review, they may be redirected or merged. If you want any help or further information, then come to Wikipedia:WikiProject Television/Episode coverage. Thanks.
I completely agree. And if that is true of the episodes, it is even more true of the participants. Maybe the winner of each season is notable. But unless they have a very established music career (a major label, major tours, etc.), these individual pages are just products of the show's junkies and are not by any means encyclopedic. My suggestion: barring other notability, the winner alone warrants a page (not participants being eliminated). TerriblyTerrible (talk) 01:39, 12 April 2014 (UTC)