Uncyclopedia:Pee Review/Lord Sutch (resub)

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Lord Sutch

The previous reviewer didn't know who Lord Sutch was so didn't really get it. I would appreciate it if you gave a review with some background knowledge. I've provided a wiki link on the page. ScottPat (talk) 13:26, April 5, 2013 (UTC)

Humour: 9 Very funny and there are not many points of possible improvement.
  • I didn't get, for example, what was the point of 'his mother leaving him at the end of the hospital bed'? Maybe it can be improved to show the connection between this joke and his life? You can say that that is why he became so sensible in future (just an example).
  • I think that, as the OMRLP is sometimes funny by itself, so you can write a little bet more truthful article. There are three sections in your article that look almost completely made up (2, 4, 5)
  • Choice of "Policies" is awesome: very good humour and shows well the 'state of mind' of the party members.
  • The satirical tone when talking about other British parties can be developped more, as what you have done already is brilliant.
Concept: 10 Excellent. But Uncyclopedia has an article about MRLP to which you have made a 'see also'. These two articles sometimes contradict each other, especially in history.
Prose and formatting: 9 Looks like a serious article except for some minor details.
  • The Legacy is not very encyclopedic.
  • Domestic policies: pronoun "we" used destroys the impression of a real article.
Images: 9 All images are perfect. The only problem is that comments can be made even funnier sometimes.
  • "Ban Monday campaign" just shows what the image is about and so the comment is not funny
  • The first image is good but is the same as the first image on the Uncyclopedia MRLP page.
Miscellaneous: 9.3 Average note.
Final Score: 46.3 Your most important problem is the quarrel between your article and Monster Raving Loony Party one. Except for this, everything else is only peccadilloes. I think that the article should be featured.
Reviewer: Anton (talk) 11:55, April 28, 2013 (UTC)
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