Image incorrectly tagged as fan art by an Employee

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Please see this topic.
An Employee called it Fan Art and would not set it as the primary image.
It is an episode to a TV Series
You cannot suggest it as primary for the episode because it is labelled as a poster.

Also, It is not fan art.
See here.
It is the official poster for that episode.
Could you set it as the main image please.
By the way if your looking to verify the image, it is near the middle of the page.
There is a 1/2 image near the top.
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Ed Jones(XLIX)

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Posted 6 months ago

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Rida, Employee

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Thanks for reaching out.

As my colleague suggested, only still frame images are recommended for episodes. I can see that the image you referenced is tagged as a poster.

The current episode primary image is a still frame and in line with our guidance here:

"Episodes: Still frame of acceptable quality which best represents the episode's plot or key characters in that episode."
´╗┐´╗┐Thanks for your understanding.
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I just noticed you guys wiped the poster altogether from the gallery, Jesus this is the worst service I've ever seen. Not to mentioned the release date is wrong by a whole 3 days. Lordy.
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Yeah. Go figure!
IMDb claims to be the most accurate.
But the rule of no poster images for episodes should not be an absolute.
Accuracy should be. Not an arbitrary rule applied without forethought.