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  • Hi there, we're back – sorry for the long hiatus, got addicted to the French mystery series Bathazar during the SIP! Highly recommend!it. We'll be working underneath-the-hood, proofing the syntax and mark-up and 'on patrol' ;D

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  • Adding to Continuity  or Trivia?

    When Inspector Brackenreid finally got Madame Curie's autograph,  Ernest Rutherford offered to sign i his book too.  But the Inspector declined, and told the scientist to win the Nobel Prize first.

    This episode took place in 1907 Toronto.  In reality, Ernest Rutherford would be awarded the Nobel Prize the following year 1908.   

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    • Yes, we know this and Rutherford's Nobel Prize is mentioned on his page. Thanks.

      I request that you contribute to the article(s) appropriately, it is good practice to help with the learning curve in editing on this site, - rather than creating a new conversation thread. 

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    • Thank you for your advice.  

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  • Wages of those days were very low

    Murdoch:  "You'll have a nice home of your own someday, George."

    Crabtree: "Hmm... Not on a $1.20 a day, sir."

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    • This is dialogue really, please review guidelines on Notable Quotes. Thanks.

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  • Hello,

    May I suggest adding to these 2 actors' personal pages - that actress Chantal Craig is also known as Shantelle Bisson.   I think the fans would appreciate it, especially with Shantelle Bisson's new book soon to be on sale.

    I hope you would also attach a photo of Yannick and Shantelle.   This recent one is from their own Instagram accounts.  They recently celebrated the 32nd anniversary of their first date.

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  • In ep 213, Murdoch reveals to Julia and Jasper (morgue scene) that he has "a fondness for the poets of the Post Restoration period."

    When Murdoch gets shot, he is saved from the bullet by the book in his breath pocket:  Odgen's poetry book of Shelley and Byron 

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  • Dear TipsyFerrett,

    First of all, thank you for all the incredible amount of info you and your fellow editors have put in  for this MM wiki site over the years!   Kudos to all.

    I would like to suggest adding "Notable Quotes" to earlier episode pages.

    From Ep. 715, these words -really reveal the truest feelings of Ogden and Murdoch: for each other:  

    Ogden:  "Life without you, William, is worse than death."

    Murdoch:  "Together, we are stronger than anyone."



    Thank you for your time and kind attention .

    Smithyonthegreen2 

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  • The "unknown" conman should probably be changed to "a known conman", since Parker had had dealings with Lincoln previously.

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  • Dear Tipsey Ferrett,

    I have been re-watching many older episodes of MM, and also enjoying this excellent MM fandom site as reference.

    I came across one minor error under the "Leslie Garland" character page, and would like to share the info. as you may wish to revise the page.    There is no error on the actual episode page for "Unfinished Business"

    Under Leslie Garland's character page only:   Season 7 "Unfinished Business"  it currently states that Garland gave theatre tickets to William and Julia... but they were unable to attend themselves as they worked on the case further. 

    William and Julia did attend the opera Rigoletto using Leslie Garland's tickets (screen time 28:03).   They talked about the case, and moved to stand in the shadows (and in front of the poster of the opera on the wall), and shared kisses.  

    At the end of the episode, Julia received a death threat letter from "James Gillies" along with a photograph of her kissing William outside the theater  the night of the opera.

    Hope this is useful.  

    sSncerely,

    Smithyonthegreen2 

    PS:  I had registered as Smithyonthegreen for quite a while, but somehow, I was unable to access my old account.  Hence, this new user name and new account.  Thank you.

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  • Dear Tipsey  Ferrett,

    I just rewatched the episode "Victor/Victoria."   and I found 2 mistakes in the "error" section for this episode.  I respectfully submit the following info for your review as I do not want to simply delete something on the episode page itself.

    The conversation between Dr. Ogden and one of the women players: (from film time 19:05  to 19:13)

    Woman:  "You are very good, Miss Ogden"

    Julia replied, "I tell you, when you grow up playing with country club boys, you learn a thing or thing."

    We all know Julie has only one sister and no brothers.  So on the episode page righg now, it states that she learned from her brothers - a definite mistake .

    A second mistake I believe is that Julia was referring to her athleticism in general as we witness her being good (in later episodes) in cycling, tennis, archery,, horseback riding etc - all country club sports.  So it would seem Dr. Odgen's remark about learning a thing or two from country club boys apply to her athletic skills in general, and not specifically about basketball.  

    Thank you for your kind attention.

    Sincerely,

    Mabel

    smithyonthegreen2

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    • Thank you.  Duly noted.  I will follow your guidelines. 

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    • Good summary there, TipsyFerrett!

      While each of us have our own individual writing style (voice), all editors are encouraged to start with this wiki's To-Do list and must follow the Formating Guidelines found here.

      Thanks again,

      RamWik

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  • It's not in Toronto, it's in Hamilton.   

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