Grapesoda22, I don't know how to tell you this, but the link you provided for evidence that this is the correct capitalization for the episode is a dead link. You have no proof that this is how the episode's correct title is "IAMAPOD." The short 404 video that says the episode is no longer available is in all caps, meaning the even if this is the correct capitalization, there's no way to tell what the correct capitalization is. I just checked the AUPS1 DVD episode list, which is also in all caps. I'm going to be honest; it pisses me off when I see something in all caps. I did this for a project recently, only because the title of the book I was doing the project over was also in all caps. Thanks a lot, Stephen Crane. Sorry, I just can't stand anything that isn't a road sign being in all caps. All caps is typically for emphasis or to get attention, which is why it's appropriate for things like road signs. I also would find it appropriate for aconyms (such as those used on the Codename: Kids Next Door television series). Using all caps is also an excuse to be lazy with capitalizing proper nouns. I know I'm dwelling on this, but I just really hate all caps. Edd Shwartz (talk) 00:49, May 27, 2015 (UTC)
- Its a dead link now but if you wait long enough it will be posted again. They leave select episodes up for a short span of time, pull them again and replace other episodes for a short span of time, but the episodes keep the same URL no matter what, even if its temporarily a dead link. Trust me on this one that's what [as] does it. Also check the archived original website and Hulu for proof. Also I can see why you wouldn't like all caps, you could play around here if you have future difficulties. Grapesoda22 (talk) 00:08, May 28, 2015 (UTC)
Have you ever been in a situation where you got carried away with something on the Interent and became embarrassed by what you wrote. This is one of those times. I thank you very much for being patient with me here.
It appears you actually are correct. As much as I believe this is a huge wasted opportunity (it really would make more sense just to say "iAmAPod" or "iAmaPod" or something), I must admit that you are correct. I couldn't find those links through a Google search, but I guess I didn't try that hard. Sorry. :/ Edd Shwartz (talk) 00:21, May 28, 2015 (UTC)