Do you hate when IP addresses spam unnecessary pages onto the wiki? I think that's Nathan Simpson using proxies because the pages the IP addresses create are formatted the same. I've reverted vandalism created by these vandal IP addresses.
Also, should we not add episode pages until official episode confirmation? I see episodes from June and we got those from MSN. Microsoft Network isn't always a reliable source (MSN stands for MicroSoft Network). They weren't correct about Phineas and Ferb Doof 101 airing June 13. And for Lab Rats, they have a fake episode and two episodes from Fish Hooks in their system.
Can you rename S1e14a Opening planet screen.jpg to S1e14b Opening planet screen.jpg and S1e14a Wander and Sylvia opening close-up.jpg to S1e14b Wander and Sylvia opening close-up.jpg? I was distracted after looking at the infobox and thought the production code ended in an A? Also, can you rename the Party Animal screenshots so they start with "S1e14a" instead of "S1e15a"? Also, can you rename this to "S1e14a Awesome, having introduced himself.jpg" or a much better name? I was so distracted there, I left on the part from "S1e15a Awesome takes off his cape.jpg".
I went to a few websites that says that this is a good source, though it's not fully reliable. Should we stop making episode pages based on what is shown on the Microsoft Network, and wait until official confirmation? From what I see, MSN is a good source of episodes, though isn't always reliable on air dates.
I saw you revert a recent edit I made, and another on a transcript page to go out of format (which I recently reverted). For Phineas and Ferb Wiki, I saw the Mandace and Operation Crumb Cake pages have their short summaries copied from the programming highlights. I changed "an -inator" to "Impersonator-inator" on the Mandace page, and Jasonbres reverted it back since it's how the press states it (his edit summary was "This is how the press states it"). Would you revert Jason's edit back? Also, the short summary I inserted met the requirements:
Has a good overview of the episode
Has three or more lines
Doesn't go off-topic
Doesn't include very unnecessary lines
The P&F Wiki is correct (I won't go too far by saying you're doing it completely wrong, or that would just be rude, Phineas and Ferb Wiki uses fanmade summaries for some of the short summaries shown at the top of the page, which is completely fine, though if it's there as the official description as what's shown in the original press release, don't revert it). If I can't insert my short summary, I'll do it in the Production Information section (since it's copied from an official source like the June programming highlights).
For me, short summaries that run for seven lines or more are overly detailed, and those details are in the Episode Summary section.
You wouldn't change Get That Bigfoot Outa My Face!'s summary above. Why? Because RRabbit42 inserted the description from the original Ferbruary press release.
I'm just saying, there's nothing wrong with some of the fanmade descriptions, but if what I insert is more accurate, no reason to revert it back. You don't need to change it back because yours is "more detailed".
Also, please don't blindly trust closed captioning. It's done by ear, meaning we don't whether it's really "Bunka da Bunkaquan" or "Bunka the Bunkaquwonk" (the official name from a Phineas and Ferb Tri-Stone Area English dialogue script)