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Gordon is cited with a wrong statement: ″In season two, the story involved a Muslim American family, and the father and the mother—and the son—were party to a terror plot.″ This is not a description of season 2 but of season 4 as the Araz family is meant. So the quote should be corrected using squared brackets. Also, the source for the whole quote should be added!!--Stegosaurus Rex (talk) 19:51, 3 March 2015 (UTC)
Fair point with this one. The quote actually did say Season 2, though he is referring to season 4. I'll take a look at correcting that. StevenZhangHelp resolve disputes! 02:20, 20 July 2015 (UTC)
Hello @JohnGormleyJG: - I removed the article's nomination header for two reasons - firstly because I feel it should go through a peer review first, and second, I feel that the nomination (and credit) should mainly go to those that have done the work to get it to that state - your additions regarding the future of the show are definitely helpful but I don't feel it's fair to take credit for the entire article. StevenZhangHelp resolve disputes! 10:47, 20 July 2015 (UTC)
@Steven Zhang: Oh I never said I was taking credit for the article. It would not be right of me as I was just editing this the past year. I felt this article had potential to be a featured article and I saw it was never nominated before so I decided to do so. -- JohnGormleyJG (✉) 10:59, 20 July 2015 (UTC)
That's fair, and I think if this article was nominated for featured article, it'd be good to have many people keeping an eye on the nomination page to implement feedback. Maybe my mind is still back in 2009, where editors would sometimes make a few edits to an article and then nominate/take credit for its featured status. I guess I'm overly defensive :) StevenZhangHelp resolve disputes! 11:03, 20 July 2015 (UTC)