i'm thinking of adding one more image (of a funny venn diagram?) and extending the last section (which angle should i take?). SirGerrycheeversGunTalk 19:09, 8 October 2008 (UTC)
PEE REVIEW IN PROGRESS
Hyperbole is engaged in the dual processes of giving you his opinion and pretending you care.
Wow, three weeks. How's that for a quick Pee review? Sorry about that.
Here we go.
Lede: Funny. "Pie charts are actually pie" is kind of an obvious joke but it's told really well here and it makes me laugh.
History: Shocking - an actual use of Wilde that's reasonably appropriate. 1950s hipsters being "cool" with pie charts is fairly hilarious.
Varieties and Usage: All very good. I'd probably put something in that makes it clear that exploding pie charts are real (that's when the "slices" pop up, right? and not just a random thing the author came up with, like "pies that explode."
Controversy: Kind of weak. And that's a disappointment. This has been a really strong article; I'd like it to end strong. Come up with a conclusion, maybe stick in a "See Also"
There's no "high concept" here - just a bunch of good, clever jokes about pie charts. I can't complain.
Prose and formatting:
The prose is great, and the formatting looks perfect at my resolution - which is high enough that articles with too high a picture-to-text ratio often experience problems.
Hilarious. I don't get the sense they're original Uncyclopedia material, but theft is the heart of comedy.
4, because it doesn't end well.
Fix the ending and put it on VFH. I'd vote for it. Thanks for writing it! Oh, and to answer your questions: it doesn't need a picture of a Venn Diagram. I think that would just look like filler. And: a reasonably short one-paragraph conclusion with a "See Also" would be just fine, but I don't have any immediate ideas about the contents of that conclusion.