The first account is a person who loves a children show called Jakers! (Reason: He or she made pages, uploaded pictures, and shared videos unrelated to Recess. It happened for two days.)
The second account is @Sheko the tarzan (Reason: @Sheko the tarzan made pages unrelated to Recess, wrote a fanfiction city name on the Unnamed City article (It happened many times), and upload images of the zoo).
When the show began its third season in September 1999, episodes were mostly aired on UPN as part Disney’s One Too. Disney's One Too was the spin-off block of Disney's One Saturday Morning which aired on ABC. The first episodes for that season were "One Stayed Clean" and "A Genius Among Us" which were aired on Disney's One Saturday Morning. The first episodes that aired on Disney's One Too were "The First Picture Show" and "The Big Prank". For some strange reason, only the episodes that aired on Disney's One Saturday Morning were listed as third season episodes, while the ones that aired on Disney's One Too were listed fourth season ones. It shouldn't have been that way because the episodes that aired on Disney's One Too were released the same time as the ones that aired on Disney's One Too during the 1999-2000 season schedule. Is there any specific reason as to why Disney allowed this to happen?
I'm asking because the episodes that aired on Disney's One Too were released the same time as the ones that aired on Disney's One Saturday Morning. It doesn't make sense for them to be listed as fourth season episodes. They should be listed under the third season.
@TranceVeracity And one of the worst conflicts @JustMeJordanW made is that he or she made fanfiction pages that should've been a blog post instead. Many months later, I deleted the pages because they're unnecessary. He or she later made an irrelevant and unnecessary edit on the Season 3 article. I undo the edit and gave him or her a warning for that. If he or she do this again, I will block him or her for a week. He or she just needs to think properly, so the edits are relevant.
(1) Rename the page "Trumpet Boy" to "King Bob's Aides" (input needed on name) and then have the article detail all the aides and their roles (as I would like there to be a page exclusively for them and think that Trumpet Boy is too minor character to deserve his own page).
(2) Have the Gallery for Jordan & Jerome to be default: images arranged by episode and movies (or a similar system - I would love your input there). (I'm still working on the images it's just the layout that's in questionable).
(3) Have pages featuring Lilo & Stitch on the Wiki from Lax (like the Lilo and Stitch Wiki have; here, here, and here), however, they would be very abridged and be detailed only to their roles on Recess (much like that on Lilo and Stitch) - or have them linked to articles on the Disney or Lilo and Stitch Wikis.
Season three was notably longer than the previous ABC seasons; This was due to the show airing daily on UPN as part of Disney's One Too.
This season was also the first to feature digital animation for some of its' episodes. Also, starting with this season, the logo at the beginning of the theme song now has "Created by Paul and Joe" at the bottom of it.
Season 2 refers to the second series of Recess which was broadcast from September 12, 1998 - February 27, 1999 on ABC.
The episodes are listed in their original broadcast order. When the episodes were re-ran, they were re-arranged.
All these episodes were 11 minutes and paried up with another 11 minute episode (so episode 29 would go with episode 30 and so on), with the exception of "Yes, Mikey, Santa Does Shave", which was 30 minutes long plus commercials.
This episode list lists the episodes in the order in which they were originally aired by ABC. The episode order was rearranged when the show went into reruns.