Three years ago, I found out from the Disney Junior show Fancy Nancy that at the start of each and every episode, the titles are spoken but they do not appear in text. Now the trend continued on Puppy Dog Pals, Mickey and the Roadster Racers/Mickey's Mixed Up Adventures, Vampirina, Muppet Babies (2018), the final seasons of Doc McStuffins and The Lion Guard, and Elena of Avalor! T.O.T.S., The Rocketeer, and Mira, Royal Detective do the same thing. I wasn't sure when this happened but I have a diagnosis that all these current shows suffer something I called "title-lack itis"! If this continues to go on forever, can you please explain why all the episode titles on Disney Junior's current shows were not shown, but heard?
He keeps reverting Popdropper's edits to character pages with their nationalities, even though they are all true, and that other pages with nationalities he doesn't revert. he never gives a reason either. I think he hates random users for no reason. Can you go through Popdropper's character page edits and possibly give an explanation for reasons why he claims the edits as lies and reverts them? Take all the redheads, they are clearly of Irish and Scottish descent, and many of them have O' or Mac/Mc, ehich are Irish and Scottish names. Or Cynthia from Randy Cunningham, who is not Italian, but American, but for some reason someone put Italian characters on her page. Also all the characters who have "ski" as surnames or have Slavic accents like Tish or Topsy, Alex2424121 has reverted. Same with CLEARLY British characters like Margaret Kingsleigh and Alice Kingsleigh.
All with no reason as to why.
Can we just delete all the nationality pages as you're not allowed to add nationalities to them? It's not fair how he's behaving, it seems he things he can never be wrong.
Since this show is more close to the original film than the 1997 series, should we remove anything relating to that series from the character infoboxes and only permit contents relating to 101 Dalmatian Street? Example: remove all of Cruella's relatives from the 1997 series, including her pet ferret, Scorch, leaving only Hunter.
For characters like Cruella, we don't know if Dalmatian Street is a technically canon continuation to the original (unlike the Disney movie sequels), so to say 101 Dalmatian Street info is more "legitimate" than the 1997 is stretching it. As far as we know, neither are confirmed canon and don't have a reason to be added in the first place; it's the same reason we have for the Descendants canonicity.
That's Weedle talking, who gives the same argument about the Aladdin and Little Mermaid shows, and yet we have them noted. From a different perspective, (how do I put it) they are added by universe not canon.
If they are neither confirmed canon and should be removed, why hasn't anything been done about it after all these years?
I'm not deferring to Weedle's thinking, I had in mind our in-general treatment of sequel series as unlike the spin-offs such as Timon & Pumbaa or Stitch!. As for why, I don't know. Guess it's because no one has touched the 101 Dalmatian pages.