Comment - I was talking to Peter Lawrence, who masterminded the show. But he's been busy, so I'm not sure when I'll learn more. To reiterate the others, I have to a.) fix the reference formatting b.) extract character summaries and turn them into a contrasted list format c.) add in new informatoin concerning creative direction and changes. Zeality 02:19, 7 August 2007 (UTC)
Why was this restarted? The nomination page looked fine to me.
Oppose—MOS and 1a.
"Each team produced twenty-six episodes for fifty-two overall" plus other hard-to-read numbers—MOS says normally digits for numbers over nine. Any reason to spell these out?
Why are "1990s" and "2003" linked? (See MOS on links.) Please identify the relevant information in that article.
MOS breach: ellipses need spaces on both sides.
MOS breach: final punctuation after" the closing quotes. There are several instances.
Bumpy quote that doesn't make grammatical sense: Producers applied the process "in excess of 20 hours per episode...just for effects...We added
While on that topic, there seems to be an over-reliance on crafted direct quotes; stubby and bumpy.
Linking of common dictionary words: "composers", "commercial breaks", and much more. Why dilute the valuable links?
MOS breach: hyphens as interruptors: the original quote came from a website, which almost certainly accounts for the mangling of spaced en or unspaced em dashes from the original. I'd be inclined to assume that they got it right originally. "Described as "single-minded - almost to the point of obsession - in his pursuit of knowledge,"
Lots of fixing required throughout. Tony 12:06, 11 August 2007 (UTC)
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