Would you like to please create an article of Mrs. Hudson from Holmes & Watson please? And expand the article before the end of this week as well. I don't want this article to get deleted. We need to put and fill in biography, personality, quotes, gallery and trivia as well as expanding and cleaning up the article as well as the infobox having information on it please? Could you please help other admins fill it all in? I'm not exactly an expert on villain summaries. Please let me know when you have completely finished with it okay? That said could we have the article created and edited as well as adding and filling in biography, personality, quotes, gallery, trivia and infobox information please?
I would like the history to be rewritten and cleaned up anew please? And add in an infobox so that you can add in the information as well while also fill in the personality. Can you see if you can do that?
hey would you like to join my Discussion on General Discussion Boards it's called the most powerful villains you have to list villains you think are the most powerful in non order and you can put in as many characters you want
Hey man, I just wanna say great job on addin' some Big Wolf on Campus villains including Werewolf Lori (Lori Baxter's evil werwolf alter ego). I've just one page, Werewolf Merton (aka Merton Dingle). But I'll add more in the future.
I remembered watchin' that show & I loved it, man. My personal favorite episodes on that show were "The BookMobile" where Tommy fights The Librian (as boxer Junior Lewis) at her [[w:c:evil:The Bookmobile|titular BookMobile, "Big Bad Wolf" with the evil Tommy Dawkins, "Apocalypse Soon" with both B. Gordon Berry & Dr. Apocalypse, "The Geek Shall Inherit the Earth" with the "you think I'm a nerd?" demon, "Imaginary Fiend" with Vince, "Blame It on the Haim (R.I.P. Corey Halm), "Stone Free" with the fight against the cyclops and that Asian dude from that Chinese restaurant scene of the comedy movie King's Ransom, "Being Tommy Dawkins" (just like Being John Malkovich, except it's way more entertaining) with the ex-convict Bucky Offendahl and his "Death to Merton" tattoo on the back on his neck, "Play it Again Samurai" with the good princess Kyuki Mitsomoto and the jealous samurai prince Kenzo, "The Boy Who Tried Wolf", "Mertonator" with the eponymous X-9000, "What's The Story, Morning Corey" (Corey Feldman rocks), and "Thanks".