In the "My Shows" listing (this could happen elsewhere, though that's really the only feature of tvrage I use), any episode where the title contains an apostrophe (') renders the title attribute of that link's episode number invalid. This has two consequences: the HTML is no longer valid (though both Gecko and Webkit seem to handle it) and when I mouse over this link, the tooltip that appears only shows the part of the episode title up to (but not including) the first apostrophe.
Example: last episode of NCIS (10x09; episode ID: 1065220939). It's title is "Devil's trifecta". The table's row containing this episode looks like so:
|<tr bgcolor="#FFFFFF" id="brow"><td align="center" width="40" class="b1"><a href="java script: void(0);" onclick="java script: new_rank(4628,0);">00</a></td>|
<td class="b1"><a href="/NCIS">NCIS</a></td>
<td class="b1"><a title="Devil" s="" trifecta'="" href="/NCIS/episodes/1065220939">10x09</a> (Dec/11/2012)</td>
<td class="b1"> <a title="You Better Watch Out" href="/NCIS/episodes/1065221461">10x10</a> (Dec/18/2012)</td>
<td align="center" class="b2"><a href="/mytvrage.php?page=myshows&del_id=4628&sort=prev" onclick="return confirm('Are you sure you want to remove this show from the list?');"><img src="/_layout/global/deltvr.gif" border="0" alt="Delete"></a></td></tr>
As you can see, the 'title' attribute of the anchor (<a>) element isn't as it should be. I don't know what's causing this, but I've been running into this bug for ages now, so I thought I'd report it.
Thanks for your time!