Quotes should use original spelling and formatting found in the source of the quote. For example, that little "oh" sound 3PO makes was not included the episode's Blu-ray subtitles, so I have removed it from the quote.
TV episodes themselves, such as "Evil Plans," usually don't contain any season/episode number information. So, you need an additional source for that, the episode's release date, etc.
"The Manakron system was first mentioned in "Evil Plans," the eighth episode of the canon animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars' third season." If the Behind the scenes section doesn't have anything related to the subject's Legends background, there is no need to specify "canon." Same goes for the other way around.
As the episode's writers are likely the creators of the name "Manakron," they should be mentioned in the Behind the scenes section. For the same reason, an article about a comic-book character, for example, should include the illustrator of that character's first depiction. Anıl Şerifoğlu (talk) 04:36, January 15, 2020 (UTC)
Got it, thanks for the pointers! I'll be sure to keep those in mind in the future. LordMominutiae (talk) 05:41, January 15, 2020 (UTC)
Approved by EduCorps 03:10, January 23, 2020 (UTC)