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A kitten for you![edit]

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Despite the obvious impediments in your path, you continue to work productively, attempting to collaborate in a civil manner with other editors at Pan Am (TV series) and List of Pan Am episodes. Hopefully this kitten will put a smile on your face.

AussieLegend (talk) 10:12, 19 November 2011 (UTC)

AussieLegend, your short note is very much appreciated.Television fan (talk) 13:05, 19 November 2011 (UTC)

List of Pan Am episodes[edit]

The lead section is supposed to summarise an article, and listing the number of episodes that have aired as of a certain date is part of that summarising. Removal of "As of February 19, 2012, fourteen episodes have aired, and the first season has finished airing" is inappropriate as it means the lede does not properly summarise an article. --AussieLegend (talk) 18:10, 20 February 2012 (UTC)

Chad Johnson[edit]

Read my most recent edit summary on it but check this out: Sean Bennett is a classified as a good article he was cut August 22 during the preseason and it says "Offseason and/or practice roster member only" should say squad based on the consensus but the point remains.--Rockchalk717 19:29, 22 August 2012 (UTC)

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Gus Fring[edit]

Hey, saw you tried adding the citations I listed. The editor is now referring to you and I as terrorists, and because you added stuff which supported my claim, he will probably try to prove you are a sockpuppet. He may come after you, Figured I'd give you a heads up. If he keeps being uncivil we may have to report him.

Mission Impossible edits[edit]

Hello,

On the Mission Impossible episode list page, you recently undid a change I made (and in turn my change had been an undo of a previous change). I wanted to ask about this.

The reason I originally changed that page was because the formerly included/inline episode summaries had been removed. At the time, I didn't realize that they'd been moved to different pages (one page per season), and on the basis that I thought they were simply lost, I undid the change. I now see that the episode summaries are accessible through separate links, so I realize the change isn't wantonly (or unknowingly) destructive, but I don't see the value proposition.

Before the change, the procedure for finding an episode summary with (for example) "kitten" in it was this:

  • open the page that is labeled as an episode list for the show
  • use the browser's search function to find the word "kitten"

After the change, the procedure is this:

  • open the page that is labeled as an episode list for the show
  • use the browser's search function to find the word "kitten"
  • not finding the word, possibly just assume no episodes have the word, and give up
  • somehow deduce that the summaries are on separate pages
  • for every page for the various seasons of the show, find the link, load it, and search the resulting page

Can you help me understand what the proposed value of the change is, and whether you believe said value outweighs the inconvenience introduced?

Thanks... Xray215 — Preceding unsigned comment added by Xray215 (talkcontribs) 14:11, 17 July 2013 (UTC)


(add/edit) I wanted to say thanks for your response on my talk page... it makes me feel significantly better about the changes. -Xray215 — Preceding unsigned comment added by 99.30.223.94 (talk) 18:39, 17 July 2013 (UTC)

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Talk pages[edit]

Editors cannot edit other editors' talk-page posts. Do that again and I'm contacting an admn. --Tenebrae (talk) 14:41, 9 March 2014 (UTC)

Chad Johnson[edit]

It does not matter if he's never played. Across all sports player's pages when a player signs with a team, but has yet to play a game with team, it still says "....who currently plays for the _____________". He's going to start working out with team, practicing with them, etc. therefore he does currently play for the team. Leave as currently plays for.--Rockchalk717 22:41, 20 April 2014 (UTC)

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RfC:Should TV show episode articles link to other episodes using information?[edit]

Hey, your last edit to the Better Call Saul episode got me thinking how we should link to episodes within the plot section... It'd be great if you could take a look at this RfC! Rayukk (talk) 19:58, 13 May 2015 (UTC)

Sure, most definitely. It provides the reader information where the incident previously occurred. Generally, the link will provide more of the story and background of the story. I find it very helpful to refresh the reader's recollection of the incident that occurred in a prior episode. A good example is the link " an earlier conversation" found in Gliding Over All which references back to a previous episode Bullet Points (Breaking Bad). Television fan (talk) 21:07, 13 May 2015 (UTC)

Republican Debates[edit]

I do not wish to partake in the edit war which you are beginning to start. However, it can be inferred from the source that it was in fact the msot-watched in history. Furthermore, I can provide a source to establish this if logical inference is insufficient to please you. It is necessary to mention this fact, not only for its historical significance, but its mention clarifies to the reader that it is the most-viewed cable telecast in history of ratings. This is fact can be established, is significant, is not biased, and is not embellishment (and where does it say a degree of embellishment is improper? Articles ought to be of high quality to read, they ought to be engaging, and more aesthetic writing provides that engagement.) Spartan7W § 18:51, 10 August 2015 (UTC)

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