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Stop adding Mike & Molly to the cancellation sections of both the 2015–16 United States network television schedule page and the 2016–17 United States network television schedule page. That is for CBS to decide, not you. AdamDeanHall (talk) 23:42, 11 January 2016 (UTC)

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Hey! NDfan173, I'm a researcher working on something related to Nancy Drew and I saw that you edited several places about the 1957 tv pilot. I noticed you identified both Billboard and the Pilot Encyclopedia on the main "Nancy Drew" article but you also mentioned Harriet didn't like it. Did you have a source for that? Your the first person I've seen other than myself that seems to know of its existence, so I was wondering where you might have come across it. Also, are you a member of the Nancy Drew Sleuths? We have a FB group. Thanks!Saint Jerome (talk) 00:47, 12 October 2016 (UTC)

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The "Households vs. Viewers After 1997" DebateEdit

NDfan173, last June, you made this edit ([1]) to the The Drew Carey Show article in which the figures on the "Average Seasonal Ratings" table were changed from viewers to household-percentages.

I've already talked about this with one user who had been making similar edits for the past several years, and discussed this issue further with two other users (Heartfox and IJBall) about this, so this is just for me to let you know. We only allow viewership figures for post-1997 U.S. broadcast TV seasons. I don't think it's clear why you changed those figures, but I don't believe any wiping-out of viewership figures in favor of household figures was necessary to begin with.

Would you mind changing those figures back to viewers soon, please? Only seasons 1 and 2 of The Drew Carey Show can have households. Jim856796 (talk) 01:56, 20 March 2021 (UTC)