"The most prominent incarnations have been the original pairing of teenage brothers, the temperamental and militantHank Hall(Hawk) with the well-read and pacifisticDon Hall(Dove I), as well as the current teaming of Hank Hall withDawn Granger(Dove II), an unrelated young woman who assumes the role of Dove inHawk and Dove(vol. 2) No. 1 (October 1988) following Don's death in 1985'sCrisis on Infinite Earthsmaxi-series."
Just checking why you chose to reverse the edit and if you have questions =)
In the TV show they were never called "Dove one" or "Dove two", they were both just called Dove. Reference to "canon" is irrelevant, the only thing that matters is how the characters are named on-screen or in the official press releases/episode summaries.
For the life of me, I couldn't spot Jason McKinnon in the 12/3 episode of DC's Legends? I know he's credited, but of his character I couldn't see a trace. I must be missing something. :( If you could help out a (time)-bro... where the heck does he show up?
It not fixes itself, just the premiering/returning part is not displayed anymore, until the end of a season.
That's why I had fixes in quotes ... it was meant to say the visible error is no longer being displayed not that the bug is truly fixed.
One thing is when the system not displaying something, that could be displayed. Like the episode order, until some conditions are met. But it's totally different when the system displaying the wrong or misleading information, ignoring the accurate data it have.
100% Agreed. If it seemed like I was trying to minimize your observation, that was certainly not my intent. In the particular case, the issue "disappears" in a week but I've seen other cases where the bug will be visible for months on end before "fixing" itself.
Deleting proper information to circumvent the software bug is absurd, don't you think?
Also 100% agreed. Removing known, accurate data to fix the problem is not a fix nor is it even a real workaround.
So ya, definitely a bug and definitely needs to be on the ToDo list.
From Emmy Award winner Dick Wolf and the team behind the “Law & Order” franchise, FBI is a fast-paced drama about the inner workings of the New York office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. These first-class agents bring all their talents, intellect and technical expertise to tenaciously investigate cases of tremendous magnitude, including terrorism, organized crime and counterintelligence, in order to keep New York and the country safe. Craig Turk, Dick Wolf, Arthur W. Forney, Peter Jankowski and Niels Arden Oplev (pilot only) are executive producers for Universal Television in association with CBS Television Studios. Oplev directed the pilot from a story by Wolf and Turk, and a script by Turk.
FBI stars Missy Peregrym as Maggie Bell, Zeeko Zaki as Omar Adom “OA” Zidan, Jeremy Sisto as Jubal Valentine, and Ebonée Noel as Kristen Chazal.
Watch your tone, please. Looks like it's you who know everything, don't you?
Specific episode release, issued in August, by any means would have more actual information, then a general release, issued in May, and covering a half-dozen of the shows. It doesn't matter, who wrote what, what matter is who is credited and how. And CBS episodic releases are proved to be consistent with the on screen credits.