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    in or on the next episode

    Which is the correct usage : in or on the next episode?

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    Re: in or on the next episode

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    Re: in or on the next episode

    Quote Originally Posted by allthewayanime View Post
    Which is the correct usage : in or on the next episode?
    Both are used in television programming. "In the next episode of Eastenders"/"On the next episode of Glee" Perhaps a slight difference: using "in" could refer to a particular situation within an episode, whereas "on" could refer to an episode within the series.

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