How do I add "* Spoiler Alert *" above a quote?

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I saw a quote that I consider a minor but hilarious spoiler for a scene.  How do I add "* Spoiler Alert *" above it?   I think that's how it appears, so correct me if I'm wrong.

It's the "Judge Maxwell: You. You in the blanket!..." quote from "What's Up Doc?"
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Bruce Thornton

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Posted 1 year ago

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Peter, Champion

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It was said a few months ago that users can't add spoiler tags to quotes, but that staff can if necessary:
https://getsatisfaction.com/imdb/topi...

Generally I think it should be expected that quotes reveal memorable details about the film. For instance, IMDb lists many last lines of films.
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Bruce Thornton

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I guess it depends on whether it gives the ending away. The last 4 words of 1984 are devastating, but sometimes it's a funny, snarky remark to another character that doesn't have anything to do with the end.

This scene is about twice as long as it needs to be, and it's made worse being right after the *2nd* best chase scene in SF and the funniest anywhere. It's almost painful to watch, but the end of the scene ends in this quote and it's pretty great!
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Michelle, Official Rep

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Hi Bruce -

I have now tagged the quote you referenced as a Spoiler.  Cheers!