When editing, you should be able to add an info box. It will either be under info box or templates. One of them is a bit broken at the moment, so another option is to open a page with the info box you want to use and copy the source code for the info box.
I can provide assistance or instructions better when I am off work.
Hi there admin as i came here to edit i weanted to ask u first can i add a new image for this page and can i also add photo gallerys i was not sure if i should do it without asking but wanted to come ask
Thanks for asking. As long as the photo is related to the page you are editing, it is okay to add. There are image guidelines you can reference as well. If an episode page does not have an existing gallery, clicking the red gallery link will auto generate a linked gallery page you can add images to.
I wil also try to do my best and edit here as I am trying to help out communitys that need more staffing or etc as I am not vary busy editing I am looking for more work for me to do thanks I will add the new photo of blue bloods
I can't think of any where he is sick, though there have been a few instances where he is injured. (Ex: S2E9, S5E5) Honestly, I can't think of an episode where any main character appears sick on-screen.
Also, the comments are meant to be used to discuss the article construction, information, and edits. In the future, please use the Discuss section (http://bluebloodstv.wikia.com/d/f) for comments like you posted on Jamie's page.
I'm looking for something with a strong central story, that also has an episodic background, like the shield. Blue Bloods so far seems to be more a different crime story each week headlining, with the ongoing story behind the scenes/after. Basically the reverse of the shield. I was just wondering if it stays like this, or if the continuiing story comes to the fore on a more permanent basis?
For the most part it is different crimes each week, although they do introduce some story arcs. The constant theme is the Reagan family and how the crimes they are dealing with affect the family as well as their personal views vs. the law. I haven't watched The Shield, but I would say its story style is similar to NCIS.