I liked Cody at first...he was likable and innocent, but turn into a very annoying character...Astor was no prize either (running away and getting drunk...smoking grass)...this could be attributed to unresolved anger...against Paul, their father, a drug addict and abuser...their mother, for dying...their grandmother, Gail, a mean spirited creep...Dexter...
Cody would have been more interesting if he had developed like he did in the books ("Cody had a dark passenger")...If there had been a ninth season he might have a serial killer or an arrogant bastard like Dokes...either way Dexter would have forced to kill him.
I have a love hate relationship with Maria. I like the fact that she is proud of her heritage but at the same if she wants to survive at all as a cop, regardless of rank, she can not let ethnic pride cloud her vision. Unfortunately, she let her quest for power cloud stay in the way of her vision of being an example to the Latin Community.
Just finished reading your page on The Cabin in the Everglades...excellent! Going through the episodes listed there were details I had forgotten...but no one could forget the cabin being blown sky high (along with Doakes) by Lila West (Elvira's poor relation), making Dexter's decision to kill Lila academic.
Just finshed your stuff on Tony Tucci, Mrs. Tucci. I had forgotten about Gina Hecht. I remember her from Night Shift (1982). She played Henry Winkler's girl friend, Charlotte Koogle(I could not stand her character). She is often underrated.
Good write up on Tony Tucci!
That's a wise decision. I made the same one when I moved here almost 20 years ago. :) Due to their warm water, all Florida lakes contain alligators, snakes, and even deadly bacteria. At least, you have the safer (but colder) New York lakes to swim in. :)
Hey, I've been thinking about expanding the infobox so we can put the crew and perhaps cast info in there. Unfortunately, I don't know enough about the current infoboxes to modify them much. They are not coded in wikiscript, but in a language I don't know. I can add a few lines to them, but adding it all would make it look clustered and that's what I don't know how to fix.
However, I do know how to make a new infobox in wiki. You can see one at Template:Episodes. (Scroll down to see how it looks on a page.) I'm not sure it looks quite as good as our current infobox, but it holds more info and organizes it better.
Your infobox looks great! Another of your ideas that I’m onboard with. How should I handle the differences between seasons? For instance, Season Three has fields for Consulting Producer, Staff Writer, and Special Guest Star, which Season Two didn’t account for. Can these new fields be added to the infobox in source code?
When you have the time, I will need two to three new fields.
Season Five now has a field for "Consultant" in addition to "Consulting Producer." Not sure what the difference is. It also has "Special Appearance" for Julie Benz.
So far, there have been separate credits for "Editor" and "Story Editor." I have entered both in the "Story Editor" field, since there isn't one for just 'Editor." If you want to create this field, I will reenter the info. I will leave this to your judgment.
Hey there! I have noticed around a few other Wikis that videos are popping up on pages now giving a summary of who a character is and at the end it talks about "for more info visit the <insert wiki name here> Wiki".
Very intriguing...I don't know if there's particular people they hire for this or individual members of the staff. It usually contains scenes from whatever movie/show is going on. For an example of this, check out the article for IT on Stephen King Wiki.
I think I'm going to try and focus on Method. Find a good subtitled version and start creating articles for that series. I wrote a paper just now in regards to Dexter and had some time to watch through episodes again. It's near impossible to not get hooked when you start one, even though I was on a time constriction.