Uncyclopedia:Pee Review/Codename: Kids Next Door (Now with Images!)

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edit Codename: Kids Next Door

After three reviews, I believe I have perfected this article. Now tell me why I'm wrong.

WhySoSerious 20:52, 5 September 2008 (UTC)

Hello? Come on guys, I really want this reviewed --WhySoSerious 17:44, 24 September 2008 (UTC)

Okay, Seriously I really want this reviewed --WhySoSerious 23:57, 26 October 2008 (UTC)

Wish granted, Simsalibimbamba Saladu Saladim! PaddyAtkinson 14:44, 29 October 2008 (UTC)

Humour: 4 Some of the one-liners like "...that embody specific menaces to children overall, like being forced to wear clothes or go outside" are pretty good, but in general the article reads more like a review. Not enough funny, too many facts. In fact, by reading this article I learned way more about this show than I ever wanted to. Not sure how to remedy that other than make it read less like a review.
Concept: 7 Could possibly be an 8, but seeing as I'm not familiar with the show I stuck with a seven. I don't see any reason why this isn't a good topic to parody.
Prose and formatting: 5 Character section is a definite must and I suppose the "KND Universe" helps put the show in context (although I would probably change that section title to "Setting" or something like that), but having an "A Usual Episode" struck me as a bit odd. I think I can see why you put it there, but to me it came off as something a kid would put on his fansite under the heading "Favourite KND Quotes!!!1!".
Images: 7 I might move your Image:Numbah86 down to the characters section, but no real issues here. Good one with the Girls Next Door reference.
Miscellaneous: 5.8 Average of the above scores
Final Score: 28.8 I would say that you're not too far off, but the fact that it read more like a review of the show seemed out of place in an encyclopedia. To me, it read more like opinion than parody and that took alot away from it.
Reviewer: PaddyAtkinson 14:44, 29 October 2008 (UTC)
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