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"What the Hex Going On?"[edit]

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Episode articles[edit]

Thanks for your contributions. Can I bring your attention to a couple of points?

  • Episode titles are "in quotation marks"
  • series titles are italicised: The Golden Girls
  • Thee should be no 'quotes' sections.
  • Ideally, there should not be a trivia section.
  • Articles should be given categories. I have corrected A Visit from Little Sven, if you would like to follow the format.

Cheers. The JPStalk to me 15:07, 20 May 2007 (UTC)


==Julia DeVillers==

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Speedy deletion of Dylan Rummel[edit]

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Cut and paste move of Cayman Brac High School[edit]

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August 2011[edit]

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