Talk:Man of Science, Man of Faith
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The introduction mentions "a late 1970s-era computer," which links to the article for the Apple II. If the episode shows an Apple II, perhaps the article should just state that. If it is indeed ambiguous, there should not be such a specific link.
The subsection "On The Island" mentions the resident of the hatch pointing a gun "at the side of his head." It is not clear whether the gun is pointed at Jack's head or Locke's head (although Jack's head makes more sense).
If these issues still exist by the time I watch the episode, I will edit the article again.
Is it worth mentioning that in the emergency room flashback scene Jack has to make a decision as to which of two car accident victims to treat, and, choosing his future wife, the other victim, Shannon's father (Mr. Rutherford) succumbs to his wounds? The reference is fleeting and easily missed, so is it legitimately something worth mentioning? Or is it something best left for a reveal in a future ep? Just asking. 184.108.40.206 (talk) 14:02, 19 October 2009 (UTC)kjdamrau
- This review is transcluded from Talk:Man of Science, Man of Faith/GA1. The edit link for this section can be used to add comments to the review.
- It is reasonably well written.
- a (prose): b (MoS):
- The lead needs some more information about the episode's ratings Ruby2010 talk 00:27, 15 February 2011 (UTC)
- "While writing the season premiere, it was decided to pick up the hatch storyline..." - Who decided? The producers? Writers? Both? Ruby2010 talk 00:27, 15 February 2011 (UTC)
- "Starting in this episode, the castaways start abandoning the caves, which the producers considered a location hard to film and not aesthetically good" - Describing it as "good" sounds odd, so perhaps reword? Ruby2010 talk 00:27, 15 February 2011 (UTC)
- It is factually accurate and verifiable.
- It is broad in its coverage.
- a (major aspects): b (focused):
- It follows the neutral point of view policy.
- Fair representation without bias:
- It is stable.
- No edit wars etc.:
- It is illustrated by images, where possible and appropriate.
- I'm putting the article on hold for seven days while these minor issues get worked out. Thanks, Ruby2010 talk 00:27, 15 February 2011 (UTC)
Small nitpicking errors :)
There are a few faults to be found.
- *Jack Shephard's struggles --> Jack Shephard's struggle
- *which would later become his wife --> who would later....
- *realtime --> either needs to be "real-time" or "real time"
- *...decide to enter the now-open hatch shaft. --> decide to enter the, now open, hatch shaft. This also occurs again later on in the plot summary.
- *Spinal cord injury could do with a link.
- *the ability to walk is extremely unlikely. --> "would be extremely unlikely?" Make your own mind up on that one...
- *During that he falls. Needs to be expanded in order to avoid confusion.
- *search the jungle for Walt Lloyd's (Malcolm David Kelley) dog This is clunky. [Walt Lloyd|Walt]'s...?
- *Then Locke appears --> Fine as a sentence, but it sounds more encyclopaedic as "Locke then appears"...
- *when suddenly Kate realizes that there is something in there. Needs revision...
- *rappels will probably need a link to abseiling, because I'm English and, it being Americanized, had to look up what it meant...
- *but Locke then is revealed --> Locke is then...
- *was frustrated at not revealing in the reception section, this doesn't make sense.
- *The beginning of the plot mentions that Jack doesn't want to wait, but John wants to go in in the morning, roughly. Isn't that the other way around? Apologies if I'm simply reading wrong.