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bobpage87

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Message Posted On Sunday, March 19th 2006 at 2:25 am
Just a quick question. We put episodes in the order that they aired in, not the order they were produced in right? Because I've just come across a guide that has them in production order, but only half of the episodes have airdates, the rest are unknown, and I can't find them anywhere. So should I order the ones with an airdate, and then leave all the rest in order of production?

EDIT: I've just discovered the correct airdates for all episodes. So I'll rearrange them in the order that they aired in. Sorry.
SailorYue

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Message Posted On Sunday, March 19th 2006 at 4:06 am
someguides there can be exception. Butt Ugly martians, when i had it on tome, i put it in prod code order cuz they had the last episode first O.o for Seriously Wierd, on here, only half the episodes had dates so i opted to put them in product code order. (how weird would it be for a fan looking for a guide would read about the return of someone 3 episodes before that person gets introduced? ) sailor mooon, 2 episodes were delayed cuz they needed extra editing and were run in the second run of the season, they go whre they go, not in airedate order because its just 2 episodes and its werid that the entire arch ends and theres one episode out of place.(look at the mian show page, the last episode reads what was aired last.
silurian25
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Message Posted On Monday, March 20th 2006 at 9:42 am
Well, the Thunderbirds episodes have been listed in their ITC Recommended Broadcast order which is a far darn lot better than the original broadcast order. Most TV stations use the ITC order when showing Thunderbirds.

Similarly, Stingray (1964) has it’s episodes in the ITC Recommended Broadcast order as the original broadcast order makes nonsence of the series continuity i.e. Plant of Doom, intended to be the second episode which follows on from Stingray (the Pilot) was not shown until one of the last episodes in the original run.
bobpage87

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Message Posted On Monday, March 20th 2006 at 10:07 am
On Monday, March 20th 2006 9:42 am, silurian25 wrote:
Well, the Thunderbirds episodes have been listed in their ITC Recommended Broadcast order which is a far darn lot better than the original broadcast order. Most TV stations use the ITC order when showing Thunderbirds.

Similarly, Stingray (1964) has it’s episodes in the ITC Recommended Broadcast order as the original broadcast order makes nonsence of the series continuity i.e. Plant of Doom, intended to be the second episode which follows on from Stingray (the Pilot) was not shown until one of the last episodes in the original run.

I thought that episodes should be in broadcast order, and if they air out of order, then production codes should be used to show the production order.
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Message Posted On Monday, March 20th 2006 at 2:33 pm
Indeed. The episode order should only be based on the order in which they aired. We will look into a link to sort the episode lists on production number later.

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