Could somebody please explain what "Update the question so it can be answered with facts and citations. This will help others answer the question" means?
I understand what the individual words mean, but not how they would apply to a question asked on this forum about how the contents of a TV show reflect events in the real world at the time of writing.
Surely any answer that included an example from an episode or a quote form a writer would count?
The existence of a storyline is a fact that can be cited, as is a comment made by a writer.
I'm getting a little fed up with people closing questions without providing usable information.
I would suggest that comments should not be allowed to be closed under these circumstances without an example of good practice being cited to guide the person asking the question on how to improve it.