I feel his extended role in the episode kind of earns him a page. I was a tiny bit surprised he didn't have one since basically every other original 62 villains have one. But you're right, he is just called "the shadow" and the episode just credits him as "Shadow Figure" but I went with the snappy name that kind of combines the two things he is.
I get it, I wasn't true what to go with either, and Blogger Beware called him "Shadow Danny" so that stuck with me as the name. When I first tried to make the page, I misspelled it as "Snadow Danny", that THAT'S a name.
>The wiki actually mentions the podcast on the pages for the TV episodes (Haunted House Game/Click etc) they talked about. Thank you, random editor.
Lol. As much as I love the boys, we can't credit them for everything they've reviewed. If we did, we'd have to put Blogger Beware's name everywhere. (Eventually, I think the Goosebuds will get their own page. Although, right now, their show has only been mentioned in a couple articles. Hasn't quite met our "Notability" rule.)
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Is it Becka Meddin or Becka Douglas? I'm pretty sure it would be Meddin because Marissa said her last name was Meddin and said that Becka was her twin sister. I'm bet Mr. Douglas goes by his first name.
It's actually a little confusing. She says Meddin, but she also says she lives in a house that tends up being deserted, so clearly she was lying as not to reveal she's the sister of that girl who died, but she never really explains that in the end. I assume she is actually actually Mellisa Douglas but it's a tad unclear. I just go with Douglas since it makes more sense.
I was the one who put the endings on the page for "Into the Twister of Terror" years ago. My comment about safe words, was basically me pointing out how the ending could have been avoided. It is not needed in the section, so I don't mind that you took it out, it's actually surprising it stayed on the page for this long.
In case you were wondering, I was referring to the fact that actors/actresses are usually given safe words if they acting in a scene that could hurt of even kill them if it went wrong, and it's usually a word you wouldn't normally say in a dangerous situation, seeing as "Help!" or "It hurts!" (or even "Stop!" in some cases) could be taken to be simple adlibbing, since you would have been told to do that anyway.
Hey, about the GB Horrorland template...I edited the GB Horrorland page ages ago, and I even updated the table to include the Survival Guide, but I didn't find that book in the template. Could u plz (just to un-trigger my OCD) fix it to match the table on the Horrorland Page? I'm so sry to ask, but I could've done it myself if I had the right to access the template thingies. Sry, and thx
Hey, I created a page for Robby (the weirdo from Plz don't feed the weirdo) and I named the page Robby at the start, but I decided that name would probably confuse people, so I RENAMED it to Robby (the Weirdo), however, this resulted in creating a redirect page (Robby), could u plz (same issue happened before) delete the Robby redirect page?
A lot of the summaries you've written consist of three-sentence-paragraphs, which (in my opinion, at least) looks a bit big and messy. It makes the plot section look unkempt. Can you fix the spacing in some of your synopses? Having around six sentences to a paragraph would look a lot more clean.
I tried my hand at fixing a few, such as the Son of Slappy, Werewolf in the Living Room, and It's Alive ones. I do fear I may have made some of the paragraphs a tad too long but honestly long paragraphs in general are harder for my brain process for some reason so I guess someone else has to be the judge.