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"The episode was well-received by television critics, who praised the humor and cultural references. " -> its
"This episode was written by..." -> "Hurricane!"
featured... featured (use of same word in lead; switch it up)
For the production section, you jump into the "crossover event" pretty abruptly. I know the lead already talks about it, but you need to write the body as if the lead isn't there (hope that makes sense)
Tense issue: ...event if this one receives successful ratings." -> received
Who is Mike Barker? A writer? Producer? For which series?
Make sure sentences with direct quotes end with a citation directly after sentence (Barker quote, look for others)
"In April 2011, the executives of the Fox Broadcasting Company..." Removed bolded
"MacFarlane later agreed with the decisions after being consulted with the executives of Fox, and a spokeswoman for the company later announced that the episode would air the succeeding season." Don't you mean MacFarlane consulted with the executives (rather than them consulting him)?
I'm not sure who came up to who first.
I think you should change casting to Writing and casting (b/c you mention the writers)
✓ Done I just organized the section into one.
"...first time Henry made a guest appearance on the show since" the show -> American Dad
Why do you have two different quote box colors?
✓ Done Removed other quote box.
Use consistent date formatting for refs
"...according to the Nielson ratings." Removed bolded
It could use another review or two for the reception section
"...Dyana Maria deemed the episode as "classic", expressing..." as -> a
Were there any cultural references you could add? (reliably cited of course)
I'll place the review on hold for a week while the above comments get addressed. Thanks, Ruby2010/2013 02:59, 1 November 2011 (UTC)
The cultural references will not be reliable sourced, unfortunately. As for the reviews, those three were the only ones available. I can reformat it to make it look larger. - DAP388 (talk) 00:59, 3 November 2011 (UTC)
Should be good now. :) - DAP388 (talk) 22:06, 4 November 2011 (UTC)
Looks good. Happy to pass this one for GA. Ruby2010/2013 23:00, 4 November 2011 (UTC)