Here we go again. I present to you: the awards and nominations for Psych, the poster child for a truly under-appreciated show. I really wish this list could be longer, but here it is. All 31 awards and nominations. Psych officially ends tomorrow (I suggest that everyone watch the finale), and I have been working hard to get this list improved before the end. I have sourced everything, and have information about each award, as it appears is standard among other featured lists of this type. I appreciate any comments you give. Thanks, - Awardgive. Help out with Project Fillmore County 23:16, 25 March 2014 (UTC)
In the infobox "Awards & Nominations", no need for capital N.
If the "NAMIC Vision Awards" aren't notable enough for a Wikipedia article, why are they notable enough to be included in this list?
Actually, I think that both the NAMIC awards and the organization itself are both notable enough for their own articles. Both have received more than decent media and literary coverage (example: This Business of Broadcasting).
Don't think you need wikilinks in table captions.
"for favorite TV actor in a leading role" doesn't appear to have been, all four awards appear to be slightly different from one another.
"American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers" no comma after Authors.
In image captions, I tend to see (pictured) as (pictured).
Imagen Awards and Imagen Foundation link to the same article, little point in linking them both in the same sentence.
That got promoted in 2008, standards change. In any case, I've added the scopes on your behalf but feel free to revert if it's not to your liking. Cowlibob (talk) 17:28, 30 May 2014 (UTC)
Thanks for doing that. I'm fine with keeping the change, although I am still not sure if it is a requirement. But thanks anyways, - Awardgive. Help out with Project Fillmore County 00:07, 3 June 2014 (UTC)
"the latter of which Shawn is in a committed relationship with." suggests to me that they are a couple from the beginning, I think they only started dating sometime in season 5. Maybe just a small nitpick.
Tried to clarify.
Awkward phrasing for the last sentence of the lead. Consider reword. Perhaps, "The show has been most recognised in terms of awards for its first episode, "Pilot", its musical team, the series itself, and actor James Roday. Roday and Hill also lead in nominations, with nine."
Support Good list that should satisfy FLC after you've made Crisco's amendments. Cowlibob (talk) 12:34, 6 June 2014 (UTC)
Comments from Crisco 1492
The show has been most recognized in terms of awards for its first episode, "Pilot"; its musical team; the series itself; and actor James Roday. - Well, if it's only received five awards, and you're naming four categories, that kind of makes "most recognized" pretty much useless, right?
Try to curb the number of sentences starting with "the awards"
It's down to at most one occurrence per section. Is this good enough?
Double check to be sure that the series' title is in italics throughout the article
I believe I have finished this.
Double check to be sure that episode titles are in quotes throughout the article
Same with above.
Avoid using the present perfect if the show is not likely to get anymore awards ("has never...")
I believe I have removed all instances of this.
You don't really need "list of" in the table headers; it adds nothing. — Crisco 1492 (talk) 13:46, 4 June 2014 (UTC)