OK everyone, the series are all coming up to the end of the season here in North America and I know we're all excited about what's to come. I know I am. However, many people DO NOT want to be "spoiled" about what's coming in these last episodes and therefore try to avoid all threads with "spoiler" anywhere in the title. As you may or may not know, a spoiler is information (including pictures or screencaps) that comes from future episodes- i.e. episodes that have not yet been shown in North America, where the shows originate. Now, that's all very fine and good, but we are seeing a re-emergence of people putting spoilers in threads unexpectedly and that's a big NO-NO . Plus, it's just plain inconsiderate! PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE use the available threads for spoilers. Oh look, here's a perfect example from the CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Forum: Season 6 Spoiler Lab Discussion & Posting If you want to discuss things coming up on the original CSI, that is the place to go. And holy cow, what do we have here?!! Why, it's a similar spoiler thread for fans of CSI:Miami! Season 4 CSI:Miami Spoiler Lab Are you all catching on? Good. We have lots of smart people on this board. I'm going to let you figure out the CSI:NY one for yourself. :lol: Now, you can also use the handy dandy SPOILER device listed in the "Instant UBB Code" option just under where your reply box is located- you know the one; it has the "URL", Image", "Bold", "Italic", and all those other options. The "spoiler" one is for putting up spoilers that are actually hidden to people who don't want to see them. To read a spoiler hidden this way, you would have to follow a set of directions to open and view that spoiler. But the important thing is, it's not spoiling anything for people who don't want to see the info. If you're having trouble figuring out how to use that option, ASK FOR HELP. There are tons of knowledgeable folks on here who would be more than willing to help you out. And if it's still not working for you for whatever reason, then GO TO A SPOILER THREAD INSTEAD! We DO NOT want to see unadulterated spoilers popping up randomly anymore, OK? SO, I hope we're all clear on how this works. NO MORE UNWANTED SPOILERS! Thank you.