- Well like Scorpion0422 said, "It's in the copyright database and the official press release as "'E. Pluribus Wiggum'" So since it is copyrighted with the period, please leave it like that, unless thesimpsons.com has no period when, and if they update it ever, as they are already 3 episodes behind. In case you didn't know please sign any posts you make on any talk page by typing ~~~~ thank you, Ctjf83 talk 08:31, 7 January 2008 (UTC)
- Oh, and as for the other part of your question, I'm not sure about any joke, who knows why The Simpsons staff does what they do. Maybe they have a reason, or it could be a typo, we'll just wait for thesimpsons.com to update Ctjf83 talk 08:33, 7 January 2008 (UTC)
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