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Do you have any evidence of Puerto Rico being mentioned in Trek? You left a redlink at Cabo Rojo, but I'm pretty sure it wasn't in the episode, and it's not linked from anywhere else on the wiki. -- Capricorn (talk) 19:45, February 24, 2019 (UTC)
On a similar topic, you should really try to do better on getting details are right. For example, this thing here is blatently not in line with how the situation was presented in the episode. I also seem to remember you adding somewhere that Spock had killed two nurses, when in fact it was three doctors. Those are the most dramatic examples I've seen, but I've been cleaning up a lot of errors comming from you. Those kind of non-obvious errors really bring the quality of an article down, so please, don't try to wing it based on what you kinda remember, but make sure to check that what you write is correct. -- Capricorn (talk) 02:47, March 6, 2019 (UTC) (addendum: in case you've already read this; I've swapped out the top link bc I'd given you the wrong one)