What it came down to is that when you asked about this on May 19th, you had made over 100 edits but only had been here four days. I was working on other things and didn't answer at the time, but I also didn't answer because I wanted to see if you would stick around and keep working on the wiki.
I have seen a few cases where someone brand-new to a wiki will pop in, ask to be an admin, and then you never hear from them again. That's not the kind of person you want for an admin. You showed dedication to the wiki and I appreciate that you didn't pester me about it beyond a reminder about this message.
I do not wish to be a problem but I am having trouble editing the reference section of Möbius Dick. I had noticed that one of the ships in the Ship Graveyard of the Bermuda Tetrahedron was the ship from Josie and the Pussy Cats in Outer Space. As I can not seem to edit the page, as it simply goes grey, and does not load the editor. I was wondering if you could add this information, or otherwise inform me what I may be doing wrong.
I found out something interesting while looking to improve the page on Josie and the Pussy Cats in Outer Space. I found out that in Episode 16 the crew lands on the planet Amazonia. In this case Alan, and Alexander are imprissoned, and the girls conscripted into the army of the planet's leader. I thought it was interesting as in the Futurama Episode Brannigan, Begin Again it is mentioned that the planet's male population had recently gone extinct. On the Amazonia of Josie the men of Amazonia are weak, and timid (the opposite of the giant female population). Just thought it was interesting. Episode 16 is the final episode of the series, and leaves off with the group having no idea where they are heading, nor what awaits them. If you can imagine the two series being connected we can somehow assume they became victims of the 4th Dimensional Whale.
Since it takes several months to make an animated episode, this is probably a case of the people making Josie didn't know it was going to be cancelled, so they couldn't plan out a finale. It used to be that decisions about whether to cancel or renew a series didn't happen until the spring after the full season was completed.
Then there's the viewpoint that a cartoon should be "timeless" and "never-ending" so the deliberately don't write a finale. It just stops having new episodes. As Michael Nesmith put it in The Monkees' reunion special that tied into their Justus album, "Our show didn't end. We just weren't on the air."