If it's not a bother, I'm wondering if you can go to the celebrity pages of John Michael Herrdon, Douglas Olsson, and Gwen McGee and see if the pages are complete to the expectations of the wiki. First time doing this, will appreciate the advice!
The good: The bios are great. No problems on that front.
The bad: The filmographies. I'll probably correct these later since I love doing the filmographies, but some sections still have that (TV series) from IMDB, the title of each episode in each TV episode they appear in is unnecessary, and I could be wrong, but it also looks like there were some acting credits that you didn't include. Next time, include everything and leave out the episode titles for any TV series that isn't Criminal Minds.
Hey, something I wanted to ask you. It seems like it's up your alley. That bit of trivia I added to the Submerged page the other day. Should I also add it to the unsub page seeing as it is also to do with him or is one mention enough do you think?
Also, the lake featured in the episode does not actually exist but there is is that same general geographic area. Should we throw that in too? I would prefer just to get someone else's opinion before going ahead either way. Thanks.
Over the Christmas break, I have some plans for the wiki while the show is on hiatus. Now I don't want to interfere with the work that you do with regards to actors and episodes both past and current (which is top of the line I must say) or anything else you might have going on in real life but if you can, could you create some specific pages for me? There are a number of pages for unsubs on the site that don't have a corresponding page for their actors e.g. Mark Hamill for John Curtis, if you get me. Mind you, it's mostly just secondary or minor unsubs but a small handful of main ones are included as well.
If you find the time over the next few weeks, could you create these pages for the actors, please? But only if you can though, there's no pressure. Like I said, it's unconventional. I don't usually ask other people to create pages but you're the master at that sort of thing so I thought you'd be the man for the job.
The only problem I have is that I don't think most of those people have appeared in enough things to really warrant creating a page. Now, this is mostly applicable to people in the later seasons, but guys like Liam Cronin, Alberto Frezza, and Jaime Barcelon haven't even appeared in 20 things. I'd like to at least wait until the Season 13 actors appear in more things before I make pages for them.
Well, if that's the case, then that's fine but I'm leaning more towards actors from older seasons and by that I mean anything prior to Season 10. Hope you don't mind but it doesn't seem like I'm going to be getting any sleep tonight so I took the liberty of looking up a few names who I think would have enough for you to work with. Few of them have more than 100 credits if that works for you lol.
I also included some quick notes in brackets based on my very limited looks at their portfolios so anything I've added there, you're free to make a judgement call as to whether to make a page or not. I came up with 12 names, 13 if you count a half-finished creation I found. Hope this gives you a good starting point. Thanks a lot for this. I really appreciate it. Here they are:
Bug Hall (to be completed. We have a page but Unsub never bothered to finish it. I only checked it because it's a odd name to say the least)
Michael Shamus Wiles (though background info on him may be hard to come by)
Hey Zach, I hope you don't mind but I just have a question about using sandboxes. I'm trying it as a new way of writing articles and I know you use your own sandboxes a lot so I figured you'd be the one to go to. When you finish a page in your sandbox, do you copy and paste the source code onto the real articles or do you just rename the sandbox page to the one you want and create a new one to replace it? I'm just thinking way ahead of myself. What would you suggest? Thanks!
...I'm sorry, what? This is the first I'm hearing about this, and I REEEEALLY hope this isn't true because one of the things that I like about this show is how much they've resisted the urge to pull a NCIS/Scorpion/The Blacklist/every other bloody cop drama and have everyone start banging each other.
Also, supposedly supposed? Redundant much redundant?
Sorry to intrude. I saw that "Trivia" as well. I highly doubt it is true. Although Erica Messer has said Reid and JJ will share a lot of scenes in The Bunker, I'd be very surprised if that fact added to the page was legit. Personally, I like shows like the ones you mentioned because if done right, it can make great character stories but that's immaterial. I think it's highly unlikely they'd make them love interests now given the storylines in the last couple of years.
Honestly, it sounds like something out of a damn fanfiction story (no offense intended JD since I know you write a couple of your own). If it were ten or eleven seasons ago, I'd say it was definitely possible. AJ Cook even asked for Reid and JJ to become romantically involved while filming Season 2 and let's not forget that "top-secret" date back in Season 1 so it's not like it was never on the table. That said, I like the relationship between them. They seem to have the closest bond out of any of the other BAU members (apart from Morgan and Garcia, of course) and I'm glad that we'll see more of that in the next episode but this? Nah, I don't see it happening like this.