Talk:Much Ado About Nothing

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It warms my dark, frozen excuse for a heart. --{{User:Cainad/sig}} 17:58, 26 January 2008 (UTC)
 
It warms my dark, frozen excuse for a heart. --{{User:Cainad/sig}} 17:58, 26 January 2008 (UTC)
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:yeah, it was hilarious.

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Humour: 8 It's more of a "smile at the cleverness" rather than lol, but then that's the kind of thing I enjoy. However it does make it difficult to mark. More so when you consider I have seen very little Seinfeld (yeah - I know). Still, it amused me, and I liked the way you approached it, so I'll stick my neck out with an 8.
Concept: 8 Much Ado About Nothing and Seinfeld - a nice parallel there. Plus a little poke at producers at the start. Yeah, good idea.
Prose and formatting: 8 Quite well written. I made a couple of minor tweaks myself, but it's pretty good. Two thoughts: one, you need to be consistent with italicising the quotes - there are a couple you missed; two, you might want to think about playing slightly with the quotes to make them sound slightly more Shakespearean - chucking in a "forsooth" here and there is fine as it goes, but I think you can derive more humour from balancing the Bard's eloquence with the show's dialogue a little more. But that's just a suggestion - it does work quite well as it is.
Images: 7 Well, there are about the right number, so points there. They're either relevant or captioned to be relevant, so points there. But none of them add anything to the article. And the drawing one doesn't look too good - Jerry's face looks more like the Joker. If you could get a decent 'chop of either the Seinfeld cast on Shakespearean actors on stage, or McKellen and Jacobi on Jerry & George, something like that, it might help.
Miscellaneous: 7.8 Averaged by royal proclamation.
Final Score: 38.8 It's a tricky one to call this, as I like it, appreciate the way it's been done and so forth, and enjoyed reading it. However I can't say if it's ready for VFH, partly because I don't know what chances you've missed to add extra situations based on the show into the text. I'd suggest asking for a second opinion from a Seinfeld fan, which should give you more suggestions or a better appraisal of its VFH chances. Sorry not to be more helpful there, but hey, it's an honest review!
Reviewer: --Sir Under User (Hi, How Are You?) VFH KUN 11:54, 16 January 2008 (UTC)


I have to write something down here, I can't help it. However, I've little to suggest. I think this could stand a little expansion. Perhaps a bit more from the show in the plot, and maybe a critical reception section, with ye olde critics missing the point or proclaiming it ahead of its time or something? I don't know, maybe it's just me - as I say, it works pretty well as it is, so expansion might not be necessary. But I thought I'd make the suggestion anyway.

And as ever, this is only my opinion, others are available (and I'd encourage you to got one in this case), and good luck! --Sir Under User (Hi, How Are You?) VFH KUN 11:54, 16 January 2008 (UTC)

edit This article is amazing

It warms my dark, frozen excuse for a heart. --The Acceptable Thinking cap small Cainad Sacred Chao (Fnord) 17:58, 26 January 2008 (UTC)

yeah, it was hilarious.
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