Hornean, this has gone on long enough. Your archives need to go.
Andrew, your fanfics need to be deleted and placed in the Fanon Wikia. They are not needed, and unwanted, on the wikia. Not to mention that you are only retriving cheated points by editing your archive.
I'll give you a few days. If you don't confirm, I'll remove them. Please note that this is permanant.
I guess I should've removed the entire archive page when I became the administrator, and I made a huge mistake of leaving it there. So if I can be the administrator again, I'll be deleting the archive page. Though I'm not sure if I can be the administrator again.
Hello there, Hornean! I just re-promoted you to an administrator, because your recent edits have been very helpful and you certainly deserve admin rights again! If you want, you could become a bureaucrat, but I haven't talked this over with the other admins yet, so it might have to wait. Let me know what you think!
Because Mayor Stinkypants wanted the village to be a stinky town, hence its name Rottingham, or Filthingham in Canada and US, thus locking up all cleaning supplies in a dungeon, and sending Robin Hood out of the village. It is presumable that pre-Filthingham was a clean place before Stinkypants was elected.
I was glad to see Matt gave you the admin rights, and how you've been adding episode-specific galleries (something I've been wanting to add for a while, seeing as it's on many other wikis). I probably won't be around after today, but I know you'll make a wonderful admin with Matt and Chris around to help if you need.
If you are interested in knowing why Backys has returned to the air, you can read my latest response to Matt on my talk page.
Hi. You seem to be posting a ton of King Austin pictures. Pairs of these all seem to be within the same frame. Please try to cut down on these. Sure, we encourage you all to supply with enough images, but these seem to be redundant, drowning out all the other important images.
That reference did not need correcting. The parodies and similarities would have been directed toward the movie, Clue - not the board game. The mediums are totally different. I had just seen the movie on TV when I added that reference, and I knew exactly what I was putting. The light turning off and the running in the dark is the primary homage I noticed from watching it.
Now, the movie Clue was obviously parodying the board game, but Whodunit was parodying the movie.