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"Stencil:Episode Info Pages" is the \'\first/second\' half of the ((if applicable))\ \# within season\ episode in Season \#\ of "PAW Patrol".

Summary

//Retrieve an official summary of the episode from a legitimate source and copy/paste it between double apostrophes. Correct any grammar mistakes (though minimize the change to the writing). Link anything that can be linked, but only in its first appearance.//

Synopsis

//This section is for a user-generated recounting of the events occurring within the episode. There are two ways this tends to be done: providing a brief overview of notable events with some generally assumable content with relation to characters' intentions (Sonic's method), and providing a very detailed recollection of most actions without additional interpretation (WIV's method).//

//Neither method is preferred at this time, though the following rules apply regardless. Use present tense in the synopsis as if describing the events as they occur. Link anything that can be linked the first time it appears (so if Rubble is mentioned repeatedly, the first time is linked and the subsequent times Rubble is mentioned are not). The linking rule is the same as in the summary, though they do not stack (if Rubble is linked in the summary, he is still linked the first time he is mentioned in the synopsis). Use correct grammar and avoid use of contractions. Finally, paragraphs are to be separated appropriately with a blank line in between. Usually the divisions occur with scene changes.//

//Since the synopsis tends to be the longest section of the page and since the following sections are generally limited in writing, the rules for the other sections below will be written here.//

//Under the "Characters and Locations" heading, link all characters appearing in the episode under the "leftcolumn" code. This starts with the protagonists of the PAW Patrol, and proceeds with other characters in order of relevance to the plot (and subsequently order of appearance). All characters are linked (assuming they have a page on the wiki), and are put on their own line beside a star. If the "character" is listed as a general group, provide the written number of them in parentheses one space beside the group name if reasonable: for example, "(three)". If the character only makes a cameo in the episode (thus they have been present but non-participative), "(cameo)" is placed one space after the name. If the episode features the debut of the character in production order, "(first appearance)" is placed on space beside the name. In the case of multiple tags, add them in the same order as used above, each a space apart.//

//Beneath the same heading, link all locations that act as a legitimate setting in the episode under the "right column" code. Begin with the most prominent/important locations and follow in descending order of prominence/importance. Do not use "Adventure Bay" as a setting, even though there are some episodes that take place outside the home city.//

//Under the "Pups in Action" heading, apply subheadings labelled as "First Responders" and "Backup Responders" by placing the text between double squiggly brackets and preceded by "HS|". In the instance when the pups accomplish other tasks in the episode unrelated to the main mission, the "Other Tasks" subheading is also used. Do not use subheadings that will not have anything contained within them.//

//Within a template of double squiggly brackets, provide the pups that respond to the main mission in chronological order of provided assignments. First responders are those that are initially selected by Ryder for an emergency. Backup responders are those that are called upon after the initial designations, and may be used either as an alternative to the first response or as a new response to a related situation. In the same group of associated emergencies, first responders are not to be considered backup responders, even if they perform an additional task outside of the original orders. In the event of multiple emergencies occurring within the episode (emergencies that result in their own unique and isolated responses from each other), parentheses are used to indicate the emergency by order of occurrence with relation to the responders. In this instance, the responders are reset and thus a pup may be used for both emergencies.//

//On a new line under the pup's template, use a star and provide their assigned duty as a third-person command. If they perform another duty useful to the mission without direction, state the action as a present tense event and use "Also" to begin the sentence. If multiple commands are given but at different times, use "Later," to start the sentence. Overall, these directions should be brief and simply stated. Between pups under the same subheading, use "<.br>" (without the period) on its own line to separate the description of one pup's duties from the next one's picture. If two pups are assigned and perform the exact same duties, their templates are to be placed in the same line, connected by a plus sign with a space to either side (this is repeated when more pups are used).//

//Note for the entire page, headings and subheadings are to be separated by single blank lines. The end of the page is to be finished with four consecutive hyphens (producing a line), and the episode template. This is immediately below the final description of a pup's task.//

Characters and Locations


Pups in Action

First Responders (1st Emergency)

Rocky

  • Use his eyes to look above and read the rules for this section. Also uses the rules do set up this section properly.


Chasehjj

  • Use his megaphone to accomplish the designated task. Later, do another task that will not get a classification as a backup responder.

Backup Responders (1st Emergency)

Skye

  • Use whatever is in her arsenal to complete the mission.

First Responders (2nd Emergency)

Skye + Marshallpng

  • Perform the same task as each other.

Other Tasks

Zuma

  • Accomplish something unrelated or minimal to the primary mission(s).


Episode List
Season 1
Pups Make a Splash | Pups Fall Festival | Pups Save the Sea Turtles | Pups and the Very Big Baby | Pups and the Kitty-tastrophe | Pups Save a Train | Pup Pup Boogie | Pups in a Fog | Pup Pup Goose | Pup Pup and Away | Pups on Ice | Pups and the Snow Monster | Pups Save the Circus | Pup a Doodle Do | Pups Pit Crew | Pups Fight Fire | Pups Save the Treats | Pups Get a Lift | Pups and the Ghost Pirate | Pups Save Christmas | Pups Get a Rubble | Pups Save a Walrus | Pups Save the Bunnies | Pup-Tacular | Pups Save the Bay | Pups Save a Goodway | Pups Save a Hoedown | Pups Save Alex | Pups Save a School Day | Pups Turn on the Lights | Pups Save a Pool Day | Circus Pup-Formers | Pups Save the Easter Egg Hunt | Pups Save a Super Pup | Pups Save Ryder's Robot | Pups Go All Monkey | Pups Save a Hoot | Pups Save a Bat | Pups Save a Toof | Pups Save the Camping Trip | Pups and the Trouble with Turtles | Pups and the Beanstalk | Pups Save the Turbots | Pups and the Lighthouse Boogie | Pups Save Ryder | Pups Great Race | Pups Take the Cake | Pups and the Pirate Treasure
Season 2
Pups Save the Penguins | Pups Save a Dolphin Pup | Pups Save the Space Alien | Pups Save a Flying Frog | Pups Save Jake | Pups Save the Parade | Pups Save the Diving Bell | Pups Save the Beavers | Pups Save a Ghost | Pups Save a Show | The New Pup | Pups Jungle Trouble | Pups Save a Herd | Pups and the Big Freeze | Pups Save a Basketball Game | Pups Save an Ace | Pups Save a Wedding | Pups Save a Talent Show | Pups Save the Corn Roast | Pups Leave Marshall Home Alone | Pups Save the Deer | Pups Save the Parrot | Pups Save the Queen Bee | Pups Save a Mer-Pup | Pups Save an Elephant Family | Pups and the Mischievous Kittens | Pups Save a Friend | Pups Save a Stowaway | Pups' Adventures in Babysitting | Pups Save the Fireworks | Pups Save a Sniffle | Pups and the Ghost Cabin | Pups Save an Adventure | Pups Save a Surprise | Pup-Fu! | Pups Save the Mayor's Race | Pups Save an Outlaw's Loot | Pups Save Walinda | Pups Save a Big Bone | Pups Save a Floundering Francois | Pups Save the Pop-Up Penguins | Pups Save a Snowboard Competition | Pups Save a Chicken of the Sea | Pups Save a Pizza | Pups Save Skye | Pups Save the Woof and Roll Show | Pups Save an Eagle | Pups Bark with Dinosaurs
Season 3
Pups Find a Genie | Pups Save a Tightrope Walker | Pups Save a Goldrush | Pups Save the PAW Patroller | Pups Save the Soccer Game | Pups Save a Lucky Collar | Pups Save Alex's Mini-Patrol | Pups Save a Lost Tooth | Air Pups | Pups Save Friendship Day | Pups Save Apollo | Pups Save the Hippos | Pups Save Daring Danny X | Pups in a Fix | Pups Save a Dragon | Pups Save Three Little Pigs | Pups Save a Stinky Flower | Pups Save a Monkey-naut | Pups Save the Polar Bears | A Pup in Sheep's Clothing | Pups Save a School Bus | Pups Save the Songbirds | Pups Save Old Trusty | Pups Save a Pony | Pups Save a Robo-Saurus | Pups Save a Film Festival | Tracker Joins the Pups! | Pups Bear-ly Save Danny | Pups Save the Mayor's Tulips | All Star Pups! | Pups Save Sports Day | Pups in a Jam | Pups Save a Windsurfing Pig | Pups Get Growing | Pups Save a Space Toy | Pups Get Skunked | Pups and a Whale of a Tale | Parroting Pups | Merpups Save the Turbots | The Pups' Winter Wonder Show | Pups Save the Gliding Turbots | Pups Save a Plane | Pups Save a Giant Plant | Pups Get Stuck | Pups Raise the PAW Patroller | Pups Save the Crows | Pups Save Their Floating Friends | Pups Save a Satellite
Season 4
Pups Save a Blimp | Pups Save the Chili Cook-Off | Pups Save a Teeny Penguin | Pups Save the Cat Show | Pups Save a Playful Dragon | Pups Save the Critters | Mission PAW: Quest for the Crown | Pups Save a Sleepover | Pups Save the Carnival | Pups Save Jake's Cake | Pups Save a Wild Ride | Mission PAW: Royally Spooked | Pups Save Monkey-Dinger | Pups Save the Flying Food | Pups Save a Ferris Wheel | Mission PAW: Pups Save the Royal Throne
NOTE: The following list of episodes are Season 4 episodes that still have undiscovered premiere dates/production codes.

The Pup Train That Could | Pups Save Dude Ranch Danny | Pups Save the Drones | Mission PAW: Pups Bust a Royal Ghost | Pups Save a Sleepwalking Bear | Pups Save the Sensei | Pups Party with Bats | Pups Save the Baby Octopus | Pups Save a Good Mayor | Pups Save a Space Rock | Pups Save Big Hairy | Pups Save a Flying Kitty | Pups Save Tiny Marshall | Pups Save the Runaway Kites | Pups Chill Out | Pups Save Farmer Alex | Pups Save a Shark | Pups Save the Pier | Pups Save a City Kitty | Pups Save a Cloud-Surfer | Pirate Pups to the Rescue | Pups Save the Mail | Pups Save a Frog Mayor | Pups Save the Runaway Turtles | Pups Save the Shivering Sheep | Pups Save a Frozen Flounder | Pups Save a Narwhal | Pups Save Chicken Day | Pups Save Luke Stars | Pups Save Francois the Penguin | Pups Save Baby Humdinger | Pups Save a Pinata | Pups Save Puplantis

Shorts
The Jim Gaffigan Show: Jim Gaffigan on Nickelodeon's hit show PAW Patrol | Rusty's One-of-a-Kind PAW Patrol Vehicle

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