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Usage instructions

Paste the following code into the top of an article, filling all known (or relevant) fields:
{{Episode
|season        =
|number        =
|image         =
|code          =
|story         =
|written       =
|directed      =
|aired         =
|ratings       = 
|international =
|previous      =
|next          =
}}

Usage

Values are as follows:

Parameter Explanation
name Name to display at the top of the Infobox. If you leave this blank, it will default to {{PAGENAME}} and simply display the title of the page. If you specify a name, it will use that instead.
season Enter the season this episode airs in.
number Enter the sequential episode number of the season (e.g., "2" for the second episode of the season).
image The name of the picture to be displayed, without the brackets or the "File:" prefix. Size is fixed at 200px, so images in a 4:3 aspect ratio are preferred over widescreen images.

Example:   S1e1 mewni.png
instead of: [[File:S1e1 mewni.png]]
If the picture is not specified, it will use No Screenshot.png as a default.

code The production code of the episode. Production codes are the numbers/letters the staff use to identify the episode. Please add a source that verifies the production code.
story If someone is credited as writing the story, put them here. This is rarely used.
written The writer(s) and storyboard artist(s) of the episode. Separate names with <br /> if three or more are listed. Otherwise, use semicolons.
directed The director(s) of the episode. Separate names with <br /> if three or more are listed. Otherwise, use semicolons.
aired The date the episode first airs (i.e., premieres).
ratings The number of viewers who watch the premiere episode (i.e., its first airing). This should always be accompanied by a reference.
international Premiere dates for international airings of the episode. Please list the date followed by the country/region in parentheses (e.g., August 12, 2013 (Canada)). Separate entries with <br />
previous Name of the previous episode. If there is no applicable episode, use "N/A".
next Name of the subsequent episode. If there is no applicable episode, use "TBA".
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