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Please rewrite the contributions you have just recently made. Read the Manual of Style and adhere to it please and thank you.
Basically: this wikia is to be written from an In-Universe Perspective, meaning everything has already happened, so Past Tense. Also no contractions. In addition episode references are to be written by description with footnote references instead of links to episode pages, or even referring to events by episode names. See the episode Reference policy. Also not to be used are phraseology such as "in the series", "in the show", "in episode".
A good rule of thumb to follow is: if you would not use a term or phrase to describe your day to friends or family(series, episode, etc), do no not use it here.
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