Talk:Litigation Jackson

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"check your MLA, punctuation goes inside quotes" per the American system. Rather strange that it's the Americans overruling what the English language should be. Although both edits were correct, the British system seems more logical, having punctuation outside quotes. The punctuation used is not relevant to what's being quoted, but to the structure of the sentance.

I do indeed realise this is not the place to be discussing such a topic and I have no doubt this comment will be promptly deleted. Just a little Google-reserched clearup there.

Actually, despite being American, I agree that the British system is more logical in this case, and even American English is picking up the "punctuation outside quotes" rule in some cases. However, officially, punctuation is still supposed to go inside quotes in American English - and this is an American cartoon. I sympathize, but sorry. --Jay 10:18, 12 Apr 2005 (MDT)
"this is an American cartoon" - I was going to add that in as a "fair enough" comment, but I kinda forgot to as I was deep in research - Id hate to have written all that and have been totally and humiliatingly wrong :-)


[edit] Lem... or Bev?

THe article says the poster mentions Lem, but of course it simply gives the last name. THat last name could be either of 2 people (perhaps 3). I'd rewrite it myself but I haven't the brainpower ar the moment. Qermaq - (T/C) Image:Qermaqsigpic.png 10:56, 23 September 2006 (UTC)

Oh, you're right. It could be either of the Sportsinterviewses. The poster was made two years before Crazy Prof. was explicitly first mentioned, and three years before Bev was explicitly mentioned. So it's most likely Lem, because he's also a director. But we don't know for sure. Loafing 11:12, 23 September 2006 (UTC)
Personally I'm kinda surprised TBC didn't attribute the movies in question to a "Steven Sportinterviews." ;) Octan 00:48, 11 October 2006 (UTC)

[edit] Litigation Jackson!

Litigation Jackson: Taking your bill to Capitol Hill! 12:23, 24 November 2006 (UTC) + Sweetandy

[edit] Litigation Jackson 2 = Dominic Masters

This is probably not really relevant to anything, but on the poster for Litigation Jackson 2, he looks rather like Dominic Masters, the singer of british band 'The Others'.

He looks more like Matt to me. Also, remember to sign your posts. --Jnelson09 17:49, 4 April 2007 (UTC)

[edit] Keeping up Appearances

Should we have an "appearances" list? I would add one, but I don't know how. CoveredinSuudzu 15:14, 1 June 2007 (UTC)

[edit] Videlectrix Films

How can we be so sure that Litigation Jackson was made Videlectrix Films from one, vague line of dialogue? "People" doesn't have to refer to one group of people. --Trogga 21:23, 4 July 2007 (UTC)

[edit] The Background of the LJ2 Poster

The background of the LJ2 poster is identified as the New York Stock Exchange. It is in fact an image of 60 Centre Street, in Manhattan, NY, which houses the Supreme Court of New York, Manhattan County. I tried to edit this on the wiki page itself, but I don't have an account, and apparently can't edit the actual page text unless I make one.

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