I'm not the one who originally put it on the episode or season or character articles. Iron and Austerity did. I'm guessing that Iron DM'd the person who watched it on Twitter, as he said that if anyone wants to know what happens in the episode, just DM him. I simply edited the trivia sections that I knew needed to be edited. Why are you asking me instead of them?
I get notified about every edit from my Gmail, and it sent me a message that said you edited the Journey Beyond Sodor page and lined up Rex and Mike in Bert's section saying it marks their last appearances until The Great Little Railway Show. Don't worry, it might have been a mistake, but I'm just asking why.
It's from Tangled: the Series (or Rapunzel's Tangled Adventure, as it's known after season 1. I'm actually not much of a fan of the show after season 1... let's just say it pulled a BWBA). This video was what inspired me to make it my pfp in several places.
Not necessarily. The Salty's Secret VHS/DVD (the one that No Sleep for Cranky and A Bad Day for Harold are on) was the only one released in 2002. And it was the 24th of September, not the 21st or 18th.
Gordon Takes a Tumble? Early 2003. James and the Red Balloon and Edward the Really Useful Engine? Mid-2003. Toby Had a Little Lamb? Late 2003.
Plus, those were all put there by one user, and only on the six episodes that were later redubbed. Not any of the others, so you can tell that they just made it up. Also, I don't think home media release dates actually go in there; I'm pretty sure it's just airdates.
And in the UK version of the episode, they call out to George when they are pleased to see him go, "Rollers are rubbish! So good riddance.
I think the person who added that noticed them first being unhappy and when the narrator says George was rude to them, they are happy. They are probably trying to work together to fight against George because they look at each other and Rheaneas' eyebrows are scrunched up.
With all due respect, I don't see why you keep insisting on editing the episode summary of Rock 'n' Roll to make Rusty gender neutral just because he was in the original episode. Your edit had already been reverted once by another user, there's no point adding it back. Just because he wasn't referred to one at the time doesn't change the fact Rusty is canonically male.
I only did that the second time. The first time (when you removed them), they were all images from Who's Thomas? that I uploaded weeks ago (a few days before the movie came out), and the File:RosieinYard.png was by someone else.
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