Talk:Caught in the Act (The Outer Limits)

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Errr... What's with all the "(Insert name here)" and later "(INSERT NAME HERE)"s? 68.39.174.238 09:36, 9 July 2006 (UTC)

Good question. Was this synopsis typed up by a genuine fan, or is it just mocking the episode, or even the entire series as a whole? Was the author just lazy? If you can't even be bothered to include character names in the write-up, why bother writing it at all? This is an example of why many people (myself included) cannot consider Wikipedia as a uniformly legitimate reference.

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