Hey there! I've noticed that you've added a fan site to a couple pages to cite the viewership data. Since it is a fan site, that information is not considered reliable. Basically, we need a citation with editorial over-site to add something like that in. Check this out for more info! Just thought I'd give you the heads up; hope you keep editing! Thanks.--Gen. Quon (Talk) 23:19, 24 September 2012 (UTC)
- Hey there! Thanks for the response. The issue with the reference is that it is aggregated from a fan site, which is a self-published website with no way for us (Wikipedia editors) to fact-check if they are right. While the numbers they give do seem to be accurate, we need something of a little more higher quality to use in the articles, like a newspaper or a press release. It is unfortunate that seasons 8 and 9 don't have many of the numbers available, but since all of those articles are good articles, we need to find high quality sources to go with the high quality articles. I hope that makes sense.--Gen. Quon (Talk) 03:41, 25 September 2012 (UTC)
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You may be blocked from editing without further warning the next time you make disruptive edits to Wikipedia contrary to the Manual of Style, as you did at Keith Richards. Mlpearc (open channel) 17:01, 16 April 2015 (UTC)
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