Okay, the coding did it again; even with EndSpoiler added to it. I deleted our previous message thread (Since the coding messed up like it did to begin with) and I think it's safe to say maybe the Table template is the problem? Cause even with EndSpoiler, it's not coding right.
Maybe, I feel like it should have worked with it. However, I'm alright with the spoiler not being there. And I know the template will work without it. Should we try it without the spoiler and see if that works?
"Down a Dark Hole" is the first episode of Season Eight of Disney+'s Once Upon a Time. It was written and directed by Nick Branson. It is the one hundred and fifty-sixth episode of the series overall and was released on January 3, 2020.
Ok, I know the problem. For some reason, hiddens don't work with my table. So when I used Template:Hidden it did the same thing. That's good news for the spoiler template! But hidden and my table just don't mix. xd
Can you delete the new (but final) mess of this all:
Hey, I was just wondering if you could make a Season Nine Appearances template for me? I can add in the titles as I go, but I'm pretty clumsy with making templates. No rush, my season doesn't start for another month, but I'd be super grateful.
Hi. I have been debating on whether or not to let my Season 8 become the 1st season of my sequel series, Once Upon a Time: The Next Generation. The reason is that I wanted Season 8 to act as a origin to Neal, Robin, Alice, and Gideon working as a team. However, I didn't want to just focus on the origin story of the next generation series. I wanted to do some episodes focus on different characters experiences different things such as Henry and his family trying to gain support for the campaign portion of the season while helping a magical creature (such as Dumbo or Pete's Dragon). What do you think?