Talk:The Adventures of Captain Underpants
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|WikiProject Novels / Sci-fi||(Rated Start-class, Low-importance)|
|WikiProject Children's literature||(Rated Start-class, Low-importance)|
In this episode? What the heck does that mean? Is this something made up? Is this a children's TV show? What is it, other than fodder for being deleted? -- Zoe
I know it as a series of comics for kids. It's real. Danny
It is a pretty popular series. Why should this not have an entry, when every episode of the Simpsons does? Danny
Well, somebody deleted the entire thing and moved it to Captain Underpants. Do we want an empty article lying around? -- ~~
Just turn it into a redirect. Atorpen
Well, just check and make sure ALL of the info is in Captain Underpants
Did someone revert this? I'll be happy to clean it up grammatically since I've nothing else to do, unless this article will only be deleted and assimilated into the Captain Underpants series article.Justanotherguy 01:03, 10 March 2007 (UTC)
I have overhauled this article and improved the grammar and coherence. Captain Underpants may not be abbreviated "Capt." "Capt." is the abbreviation for a military or civilian title held by the captain of a ship or fire company. Similarly, other Captain superheroes are not abbreviated Capt. Feel free to revert the article to before my edits, but I hope you will find it improved. Justanotherguy 01:27, 10 March 2007 (UTC)
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