Talk:Monk (TV series)
Are these kinds of quotes in this kind of profusion really important or necessary? I mean, who's going to care?
- RayaruB added an intro and reformatted the episode titles. I replaced the episode codes (production numbers?) with the current Wikiquote-standard "[Season.EpNum]" format and sorted the episodes based on these numbers. ~ Jeff Q (talk) 00:19, 16 January 2006 (UTC)
As part of the Wikiquote:Copyright Cleanup Project to avoid violation of copyright laws, this article has been trimmed to its limit of no more than 5 medium-sized quotes per hour long episode. The first episode of the series, which runs two hours with commercials, is allowed a maximum of 10 quotes. If you would like to add another quote to an existing episode which already has 5 quotes, you must first remove one from that episode. Additions for new episodes should follow these guidelines. Wikiquote's copyright guidlines can be found here and current policy here. -Sketchmoose 17:22, 22 January 2009 (UTC)
Appeal to quotation limits
I make this appeal (per WQ:LOQ) for the article to be exempted from quote guideline limits. The reason being because I believe that Monk as a whole has quite a lot of memorable moments. But every time I add these moments in quotes, someone has to remove them due to the guidelines. I add them back in, they remove them again, and it sort of turns into an edit war.
Hence I request the article be exempted from the quotation limits. The request also becomes because some of these lines are purely classic and very memorable.
DReifGalaxyM31 03:40, 17 February 2011 (UTC)
This is the largest article on wikiquote by a significant amount.
http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Special:LongPages This NEEDS trimming - it seriously breaches copyright, and it's far too long.