Also, with background information sections, shouldn't we just list those under "trivia" on the episode articles? Even though Phineas and Ferb Wiki has those, it's confusing to have a separate section for such things and it's just like creating more sections called "Trivia 2", "Trivia 3", "Trivia 4", etc., I mean, why would everyone need to read the trivia from multiple sections? We don't need multiple trivia sections, we only need one.
Also, should we list errors and continuity as subsections under "trivia"? Like this:
Errors and continuity are, by definition, trivial as well, so they can technically be considered trivia facts, so should we just we put those as subsections under trivia rather than just put those as separate sections?
Hey you. I don't see anything right with those being in that category! Why did you even put the box in there? I wasn't even asking you, I was asking Happy2432. You don't want to miss me. I believe putting a death category is wrong and I don't understand why it is thing. Nobody died in those episodes. If you relpy before Happy please tell me why, I don't understand it.
I don't think we need to note any second or further times something happens in the series. I don't think we should consider them notable. 1.) They indicate that thing will happen again in the series, and it becomes more unimportant when more episodes pass in which it happens. So, we should only be noting the first time something happens. 2.) Not everyone on this wikia lives in the United States. Different countries may broadcast the series in a different order, and the trivia does not take into account that Wikia is worldwide and therefore people in a different country will not understand the United States broadcasting order of the show if we're only writing this for people in our country. So we have to be more considerate that not everybody in the world lives in the United States.
Some of these were incomplete sentences. We should not use incomplete sentences here, as they are not proper grammar.
And encyclopedia articles are supposed to be taking a third person point of view. Some of these articles may need a re-write in some sections that refer to the reader; encyclopedia articles do not address the reader.
Also, I think second person pronouns like "you" and any form of it should be avoided on the wiki. They have a really unencyclopedic tone, and may sound very unprofessional to people reading the wiki. We are not a walkthrough, we're an encyclopedia about the show. Also, like I said, articles should not address the reader.
Also, should we really assume "The Little Guy" is a Christmas special? Fa-la-la-lidays was for everything airing in December. That episode itself I can hardly call a Christmas special. Just because something airs in December does not make it a Christmas special.
I think we should accept air dates coming from Zap2it. I mean, even though it's unofficial, it is reliable. While there are a few air dates that can be false sometimes, it is basically reliable as it's shown to be correct most of the time. So my thought is that we should accept air dates that come from Zap2it unless an official source says contrary afterward.
Quote from Candy Randy: Zap2it can be a reliable source; in fact, it's also a provider of TV listings to many newspapers (and it was owned by a major newspaper publisher). Networks can change their schedules at any time with or without notice.
Two things here:
"in fact, it's also a provider of TV listings to many newspapers (and it was owned by a major newspaper publisher)"
"Networks can change their schedules at any time with or without notice."
I think that's enough to say we should go with Zap2it air dates unless an official source says contrary after the title gets released on Zap2it. As stupid as it sounds since it's not official and Zap2it can be sometimes wrong, sometimes is the key here, and thus air dates from Zap2it should be taken as official unless a more reliable source says something contrary afterward, as it is a reliable source and should be considered one. I've just given three reasons why we should accept Zap2it as a reliable source of air dates, so what do you think about this?
Hey, I'm gonna need your response here because four new episode titles got revealed on Zap2it. As an encyclopedia, we should be using reliable sources, and thus we should accept Zap2it as a reliable source of air dates if no official source is available unless the official source says otherwise afterward, since it's generally correct. And 98% of the time the dates change is because of rescheduling. What do you think about this idea?