Hm.. not that I'm aware of, no. There's a scene in the book, where the dogs have Cooper and Fergie trapped in the changing room, they give their little spiel on how they became cursed, and one of the dogs says "The spell forced us to roam these woods as dogs. Ghost dogs." For some reason, I didn't read these as two separate sentences, I saw the capitalization of the G in ghost as giving them a proper title.. but I guess it wasn't? Whoops.
I still think they deserve a page, though, if Bees, Worms, and the Mermaid can have one.
Thanks, glad you like it. I was wondering, I feel like there should be a specific category for the Series 2000 characters, similar to how there is for those appearing in the Original 62. Right now there's just the general series 2000 tag, but I think it might be useful if there's one just for characters, since the number of series 2000 related articles has grown quite a bit, and will likely continue to increase. What do you think?
I like your page for Hill House, but is there any chance you could make a page for all of Wheeler Falls? That way, we could add the info from the Hill House page to the town's page. If you don't want to, that's okay, but it seems like it might be a good idea.
Edit: Maybe Hill House does deserve its own page. It is a pretty complete page... (I'd still love to see a page for Wheeler Falls, tough.)
Crap, I'm really sorry, I screwed something up when attempting to fix the page for the Let's Get Invisible TV episode, I don't know what's going on with the article. There seems to be multiple pages for it.
I'm worried that your plot summaries are just rewordings — and not actual rewrites — of stolen plots. Revenge of the Lawn Gnomes and some of the other summaries you've done still seem to follow the same structure as the original summary.
I'm not sure we can say that these are "original" — if they were influenced by something else.
How so? I feel I've kept my summaries as different as possible. I've added details that aren't in the stolen plots, and I've followed the stories in the correct order of events, as opposed to many of BB's summaries which have events completely out of order. You can remove the lawn gnomes summary if you want, but I don't personally feel it's a rewrite at all.
Sorry, I hope I didn't come across as rude. I did look over BB's summary a bit, but all words are my own and I tried to keep it as different as possible. I looked over my summary, and there definitely are some similarities, so I understand your suspicion. I altered a few sentences to get rid of those, so hopefully it's better and more original sounding now. If you want if altered further, or removed, I don't mind.
I guess that's your call. I would never pass off his work as my own, and I've always tried to avoid making my summaries sound like rewordings, I'm sorry if this, or any other I've written comes off as that, but it was never intentional. I can see the similarities you're talking about, but I really don't think my summaries sound anything like his.