Well I didn't think I really needed to, but I guess I should anyway. I was about to clean up my user page to not make it look untouched besides the rollback rights, so I'll just add my favorites, too, then.
Oh... oops, sorry, I was doing something else. I'll join chat tomorrow if you still want me to, but I probably won't be on my computer until around 2~3 p.m., unless you want to chat right now, whatever's fine.
I just wanted to let you know that you are doing an excellent job. You have been granted Rollback rights. Rollback is a feature used for vandalism. If you see vandalism, you can use "rollback" to easily undo it. Be careful with it though. ;) Keep up the good work. The wiki needs editors like you.
Background sections of pages aren't typically supposed to contain that much extra information. They are not meant as a replacement for the episode plot and should be a succinct summary of what the subject did in an episode. Information in these sections should be about the subject, and only the subject. Good addition, nonetheless.
Well I don't really have to deal with that, so I don't see that happening, but I guess it's a problem for Source Editor users. I can't really treat this as anything but a precaution, so I'm not sure what else to say on the subject.
Well, I have been using source editor only for the past few days because you guys have heavily recommended its use to me on countless occasions, and if you're talking about the formatting of this page, I just copied the format of the article before I edited it. I'm sorry, I was thinking the format didn't matter compared to the visual page people would see. And for using "Apparently" and other words like it, I see the problem now, and I'll try to not use them anymore.
No worries. We just like things to be unbaised, plain, and more informative. I understand a lot of pages have this issue, but going forward, this is what is expected. Good job adding all the characters though! (Keep in mind, I am a very picky person, so try not to take it personally.)
To me, using "Seen" to start a fragment sentence description makes it look like the character was only in an obscure part of the background, and it's usually more than that to me. Also, using complete sentences seemed rare to me. It's really just personal preference.
First of all thank you for your contributions, you're doing awesome! Could you please tell at exactly which moment Nelly is seen partnering with Girl with Blonde Hair? Even though I looked for her more than once I couldn't spot her.
When Mr. Garrison tells Cartman to partner with Butters, you can see Nelly partnered with someone with blond hair behind Wendy. Then when Mr. Garrison tells the children to "visit the charming villagers and learn stuff", you can see that Nelly is walking with her partner. I say that the partner is a girl because she looks like Emily from Bass to Mouth, and Emily can also be seen at the field trip, specifically when Mr. Garrison tells the children, "Alright, let's head in", and when the Burger King Bandits have the children and employees subdued. Of course I'm not sure if I'm right, so I just left it at Girl with Blonde Hair.
Nelly is definitely partnered with someone with blond hair, but not "Girl with Blonde Hair", who is seen with another unnamed girl. I paused at when Mr. Garrison tells "Alright, let's head in" and at that frame it is clear that Nelly's partner is a girl with a blue coat. To avoid confusion with Girl with Blonde Hair, I'm going to rename her "Girl with Blonde Hair and Blue Coat".