Talk:List of Nip/Tuck characters
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Minor vs. Recurring Characters
Anybody have any ideas for a benchmark? BigD527 22:53, 31 October 2006 (UTC)
I really don't know what the diffrence is.ShadowWriter 21:55, 12 November 2006 (UTC)
Here's what I think:
A minor character is a person who appears as part of a story arc, one of multiple episodes. These would include: Ariel Alderman, James Sutherland, Annie McNamara, Gina Russo, etc... A recurring character is a person who shows up from time to time, but who we know is always present in the Nip/Tuck world: Merrill Bobolit, Ms. tater, Mrs. Grubman, etc... Then there are some people on the fence. Bobbi Broderick, for example, appeared in two episodes but was part of a very important story arc. Yet, she hasn't even been alluded to since. I mean, if what we have now isn't causing any issues with anyone, then we should just leave it, or make changes as we feel necessary, and I guess if someone objects we should handle it case-by-case? BigD527 23:03, 12 November 2006 (UTC)
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Julia: Main character vs. Major character
There has been some dispute over whether Julia should be considered a main/major character. She was one of the three main character in Seasons 1-3, but she was demoted to a major character in Seasons 4-6. I believe that since we are acknowleding the entire series, rather than just focusing on how it ended, Julia should appear in the main character slot. I believe it is irrelivant if her character was dropped to a major character in the later seasons, because we aren't just talking about the later seasons but rather the whole series. Now, I proposed we can make an idication in Julia's summary about being bumped down to a major character in Seasons 4-6. Geeky Randy (talk) 23:56, 5 April 2010 (UTC)