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You're not supposed to post spoilers out of spoiler pages, please stop spoiling future episodes. Intuitive Empath 16:34, 11 November 2008 (EST)
Sorry, I thought it would be OK saying though the episode has been aired...
If someone undoes your edit, please do not immediately put it back. State your reasons for the edit on the article's Talk page and try to reach a consensus with other editors. --Ted C 16:36, 11 November 2008 (EST)
- Answering your question: Click the "Discussion" tab at the top of the page for the article that's in dispute; that will take you to the Talk page. Edit the Talk page to describe why you think your edit is appropriate for the page. Check back to see how other editors respond and participate in the discussion; there are likely precedents or rules we have related to how and when some kinds of information go into the main article. If you make a good case for your change, then no one will undo your update later. --Ted C 16:46, 11 November 2008 (EST)