This is beating a dead horse, but the only reason why Mark was asking about whether an erratum was called for was because he did not yet realize that the Archive did not match the show's clue presentation. Once the latter discrepancy was resolved, the former dissipated into the ether.opusthepenguin wrote: ↑Thu May 06, 2021 5:28 amThe state of the Archive at the time of the question is irrelevant. Mark's question is valid whether he knew the Archive needed to be corrected or not. That's because his question is about the clue as it actually appeared onscreen. He wants to know, should that actual clue have a note or not? My answer was no. Neither the fact that the Archive once contained an error nor the question of when Mark became aware of that have any bearing on this. Correcting the Archive does not invalidate a question that was never about the Archive and always about the actual clue.
Irrespective of Mark's question about an erratum, I agree with you that no erratum is called for.