Another user brought up a good point, and I wanted to ask everyone's opinion about this. Ken Gates, in the newer episodes of Pokémon, is credited under his real name, Rodger Parsons. This article has always been titled Ken Gates, after the name he was credited under for the majority of episodes. But this user wants to rename the article Rodger Parsons, since it is his real name. I would agree with that, except for the fact that I'm currently thinking about the Billy Regan article. When the original user created it, the article was listed as Regan's real name, Bill Timoney. However, I renamed it to Billy Regan, since that is the name he's always credited under for Pokémon. Emily Williams/Emlyn Morinelli is sort of in the same boat. The article's creator titled it based on the name she was going by at the time. However, she recently began being credited under the name of Emily Williams, which everyone suspects is her real name. So, should this article be renamed Rodger Parsons (like it is at Wikipedia) or should we leave it as Ken Gates? I personally say keep it as Ken Gates, since more people know him under that name. --PAK Man Talk 22:58, 5 September 2007 (UTC)
- I'm in favor of keeping it as Ken Gates.
- Apparently, though, that user you mentioned is so desperate for us to agree on Rodger Parsons that he made page moves before a consensus was made. And he's been making snap judgements like that for quite awhile now. --Shiningpikablu252 23:59, 5 September 2007 (UTC)
For real now, do we want it to stay as Rodger Parsons, or move it back to Ken Gates? I still say we keep it at Ken Gates, since he was credited under that name for more episodes. What are we going to do next? Move Stan Hart to Stuart Zagnit because that's his real name? No, more people know him as Stan Hart. I really want a consensus on this and not just one person moving it "because I want it like that." --PAK Man Talk 22:09, 25 September 2007 (UTC)
"Oder Eaters" commercial
Have any of you seen that commercial about the shoe insoles that eliminate foot oder. It has a dog in it looking for smelly shoes. Anyway, the guy narrating the commercial sounds A LOT like Ken Gates. Should we mention that he does commercials too? --☆ケンジガール 21:47, 3 May 2008 (UTC)
- Only if such a suspicion can be proven. --Shiningpikablu252 21:49, 3 May 2008 (UTC)
- Is it also possible to get a screenshot from this video and use it for the picture? Vhayes1992 14:45, 17 October 2009 (UTC)