Uncyclopedia:Pee Review/Johnny Test

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I'm prefer that the reader has seen at least one episode of the actual show.

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Taco Wiz 21:02, 22 August 2008 (UTC)

Humour: 6 It was funny. Not " XD, OMFG! I can'T FUXZING BELIEVEZ THIS FUNNY SIEET!" Funny, but it was funny. I smiled, and chuckeled once or twice, but that's it. It was all a bit too mean spirited and angry. It would have been better with more irony or with a more " OH MY GO! THIS SHOW KICKS ASS!" kind of tone, just cause it's hilarious that anyone would find such a crap show funny. Anyway, the humour needs work.
Concept: 7 It's defiantely a good idea, I like how you decided to do an article about a kids show. But...it wasn't pulled off ot the best that it could be, but its close, it needs some work. Maybe it could be expanded with some more stuff, like plot summarys of some of the episodes, they cold be fake, they could be real, but you know, they should be funny.
Prose and formatting: 8 Could be a little more but together, divde tihngs inot sections, put things in bold. it's mostly just formatting though, your punctuation and grammar are good, I liked how you weren't afraid to do stuff in big capitol letters, you know, it shows some creative bollocks. You spell/type better than I do anyway.
Images: 0 Ok, so, the only reason I'm giving a zero for image acore is because, simply put, there ARE not pictures. Ya, Haha, well, I watched ther opening of the show and there were so many wierd things in it, that I'm sure yuo should be able ot ocme up with somthing. Maybe a few pics from google images with some funny captions, I'm sure that would help.
Miscellaneous: 5 Five extra points cause it's a good idea.
Final Score: 26 It's a good idea, but it needs work.
Reviewer: --Kowaru 22:54, 5 October 2008 (UTC)
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