Yes, I saw that. Not very impressed so far. At least there are good links back to us, though the ineffective methods they're using atm don't exactly make us look good.
The blog post about this on CC today also said that they advice against using spoiler tags because it messes up the page. So that's going to look bad for us too. We're not really going to stop using them (and I doubt that the majority of wikis that use them are either) and the better method (I think) eould be for them to fix the problem on their end.
But as I said, at least the links back to us are good, it might get us a few more views/users.
Yeah, Rotten Tomatoes should really learn how to read sections and then they wouldn't pick up top-of-page tags. However, Wikia also could do a much better job of making it clear what Rotten Tomatoes will be looking for rather than the vague PR-like blog we've seen so far.
This is all part of Wikia's continuing throw-stuff-at-the-wall-and-see-if-it-sticks approach.