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The cast table interrupts the flow of the article and repeats information that's presented in the prose immediately below it. Unless there are objections, I'm going to remove it. Furry-friend (talk) 20:06, 20 January 2017 (UTC)
As noted, information about any broadcasts other than English is apparently not allowed. But I disagree with this, and think that it should be done similarly to here, where there's no table or a list of a thousand languages – but rather information on when the series debuted on a channel (kind of like it is now). I'll help out with it if anyone agrees, but I just want to hear your thoughts on the matter. Palettepony895 (talk) 01:28, 15 February 2017 (UTC)
If you look at the reference section at the bottom, you might note a reference in red, denoting an error.
The problem is that the table called "Season Overview" is being pulled from a detail page (a list of episodes), and while most of the information in that table is self-contained, there is a reference pointer to a reference defined in the previous section of the detail page.
The big problem is that the logic allows this to happen, but it does raise a question: How useful is the table, which is a list of seasons without too much detail beyond number of episodes?
I'd suggest the table reference for Season Overview be removed, it'll be seen in the List of Episodes page cited right above it.