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Major Character Makeover
I'm looking at the page for Stewie and think it needs a major cleaning. I'm seeing the need for punctuation in places and minor trivia that needs to be relegated to Notes such as the bit about The Real Live Griffins in the lead paragraph. Collecting stray thoughts under a specific headline is also a go. I've unlocked the page for you and others to have a shot with it. The usual requests of supplying the episode name for facts apply and unsupported information should be flagged for me to check. The other characters will follow in the coming weeks. Let me know which ones should take precedence. --Buckimion (talk) 22:19, May 26, 2020 (UTC)
Dialog vs Dialogue
Opinion wanted regarding fictional characters
Many years ago, in an attempt to fend off those who would mark Bugs Bunny, Michael Eisner and others as Deceased because they were killed on Family Guy, I set up a rule where real living celebrities and fictional characters of other entities could not be classified as Deceased unless their owner said they were. I wasn't thrilled when a few decided to use this loophole to add Grand Moff Tarkin, Yoda and Obi-Wan Kenobi to the mix, and I've been even less pleased since the new Star Wars films have pretty much killed off all of the original characters.
You are well aware that last night someone decided to add Princess Leia to the list now that the unwritten spoiler policy has now passed, which is within the category rules. Depending on which way this whole thing could go, somebody could decide to add Superman, Iron Man or a similar character and argue that they died at one point or another. Do you think it's time to close that loophole and just declare that no fictional characters can be classified as deceased here? --Buckimion (talk) 17:22, July 10, 2020 (UTC)