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Ok, I'll be the reviewer for this one. And rather do that annoying thing where I post that, then forgot I did it and remember in three days time - I'm going going to go review the article this minute instead! Miyagawa (talk) 19:36, 23 August 2013 (UTC)
The duplicate link detector picks up five duplicate links. Let me know if you don't have the detector installed and I'll go in and remove the links myself.
I don't have the detector installed.
No DAB links.
External links all fine.
References: Where you've cited another episode, I'd suggest that you actually remove the link through to the Wikipedia article on that episode in the cite. It might sound daft, but it'll prevent another editor who takes two seconds to look at it and thinks you've cited the article itself and promptly removes the cites.
Also, totally not a GA requirement - but the Zap2it references - I'd suggest you grab archived versions through archive.org. I'm utterly astonished that the ones from 2006 are still live - I don't think I've ever seen that before. Usually when I use it for the Star Trek related articles I find that they vanish from the website within about two months of being published. So seven years really surprises me!
Added an archive link. (although it is from 2007)
Lead: Might be worth a very brief expansion to say that the episode was the only one of the series to be directed by Jeff Melman.
Production: "The episode was rebroadcast by the National Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) on August 7, 2006, due to its struggling ratings" - was it the previous ratings of the episode, or the series in general, or NBC? It would be better to be specific.
Reception: I'd move "Since airing, the installment has received mixed to generally positive reviews." to the top of the second paragraph (containing the reviews). Then if possible in order to balance the section, I suggest that the second paragraph is broken into two paragraphs.
Let me know how all those have been looked at and I'll come back and double check the prose. Miyagawa (talk) 19:56, 23 August 2013 (UTC)
I've addressed everything above, save the duplicate links. Thanks for the review, if you find anything else, I'll be glad to fix it. - Awardgive. Help out with Project Fillmore County 01:28, 24 August 2013 (UTC)
No problem, I've removed the duplicate links myself. I'll give the article a read through for prose now - be sure to revert any edits I make if I inadvertently alter something that I shouldn't. Miyagawa (talk) 11:51, 24 August 2013 (UTC)
Ok, I've given the prose a double check. I ended up making just the one edit and I'm happy for this to be considered a GA now. Miyagawa (talk) 11:58, 24 August 2013 (UTC)