Now you're blabbering worse that I do...
That wasn't blabbering. It was a thoughtful analysis of the issues raised by your two posts I was responding to.
The basic definition of an episode "An incident or event that is part of a progression or a larger sequence."
Again this doesn't tell us much. We could classify each of the stories (CoT, BG, KotG) as episodes because they are part of my larger sequence of AoJT stories. At the same time, however, we could classify each picture and its accompanying narration as an episode of the adventure (which are essentially self-contained stories). This is because they are part of the larger sequence of the initial adventure. Similarly, we could further classify each group of 4 (4 simply because I generally post 4 pictures at a time) as an episode.
What I'm saying is: Since you're the writer, you decide how and where the story is broken down into episodes. But from your previous response it appears you have no idea and are blabbering to buy yourself time...
To clear this all up, I suggest the following classifications (starting from largest unit to the smallest):
Series: the entire collection of adventures
Adventures: the entire story (CoT, BG, KotG, and any others that are forth coming)
Installment: the scenes I post at any given time
Scene: each picture with its accompanying narration
Picture: a collection of pixels arranged to make an image
Narration: a collection of words arranged to tell a story
Words: a collection of letters arranged in such a way to represent a concept, action, object, et al
And so for ad nauseum...
Now, given that, would you like to repeat your initial question that sparked all this taxonomic insanity?
Steve, who hopes he hasn't lost all his readers by engaging in this silliness with Phes...