You’re grammar is just not good. “Note: The pilot episode” What does that mean? Look at me straight in the eye and tell me that makes sense. “The second season aired from June 17 to March 15, 2018.” IN WHAT YEAR IS JUNE 17? 2017 is not mentioned anywhere. Also, Talking Tom and Friends Episode is a category for episodes, not pages that mention episodes! And putting Talking Tom and Friends as 2013 is just misleading. Also also, every header should be treated like a title, with every word starting with a capital. End of story.
Seriously? What is the manual of style here? The categories' purposes haven't been described. And you should know that I DID NOT add the airdate information (I'm talking about the *airdates*). And it's not my fault the "creepy" nature of the MOS here makes me forget things.
Hi EverestMachine4001, seeing your latest edits you have not been seen using the correct usage of speech marks. Speech marks go before a period, not after. I really should not be telling you this as you are a content moderator and as your job on the wiki, you must be using standard English and the correct grammar. Thanks, Spooky.
Sorry to interject, but quotation marks (I prefer to call it that) actually DO go after the period, not before. It’s kind of a silly nitpick though so I don’t really care, plus the rules might be slightly different depending on whether you live in the US or not. But putting a period before the quotation marks isn’t wrong at all.
Hello, before I say anything I am going to ask you to read the requirements of the moderator page. Unfortunately, you cannot become moderator yet. However, you can if you fit the requirements and state what role you would like. Thanks, Spooky.