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Submission Guidelines for "Halfway Home"

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    DarkAngle34994

    [1]Mar 29, 2007
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    Submission Guidelines for "Halfway Home"

    Copy/Paste Material

    I will not accept material from other sites. If any sentence of any submission can be found at another site when using a search engine, it should not be accepted or posted

    Episode Submissions


    When entering a "NEW" episode, you need to have at least
    2 out of the 3 following criteria PLUS a URL for the source of the
    information you are adding (besides also entering Episode
    Season/Lifetime Numbers and Episode Type):

    -Episode Name
    -Episode Summary
    -Episode Airdate

    ***If the above requirements are not met, your submission will be
    rejected. When editing these episodes thereafter, you must also have a
    URL for any edits you are making up until the episode(s) actually
    airs.***

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    Trivia and Notes


    Trivia and notes are not a place fore debates or discussing an issue back and forth.

    Trivia

    Trivia is any small detail or goof that might not be known to
    people who view an episode. Trivia is attached at the episode level,
    not the show level. It should be specific to what aired in the episode
    and not deal with off-camera events, which should be submitted in the
    "notes" form. A car license-plate number is trivia, and a producer
    walking off the set is a note.


    Notes

    Notes are off-camera tidbits about an episode. They
    should contain off-camera events that deal with a show's production.
    They should not deal with on-camera events or trivia.

    (I will not accept submissions like this is when we first see or meet this
    person and that person or this is the last time we see this person or
    that person and so on
    )


    Allusions

    Allusions: An allusion is an indirect or passing
    reference to an existing form of media, be it to another TV program, a
    movie, a piece of music, or a book. Allusions are prevalent in
    television shows, and some shows, like The Family Guy, make extensive
    use of this kind of humor. When submitting allusions, always credit the
    original media being referenced with as much detail as possible

    Quotes

    All show quotes must have the name of the speaker(s) bolded using HTML start
    and end tags. The name is then followed by a colon, which is not
    bolded. The dialogue itself should not have quotation marks around it.
    There should be no spacing between different speakers’ lines in the
    same quotation, or extra spacing after the last line of a quotation.
    Action/context/background description should be in parentheses (or
    brackets) and italics.



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