I am nominating this for featured list as I believe, that after quite some work, it's ready for FL Status. :) Khanassassin☪ 11:19, 2 September 2012 (UTC)
Resolved comments from TBrandley (talk) 01:07, 3 September 2012 (UTC)
The lede should have three big paragraphs, per WP:WIAFL. The lede of that list seems rather short. Also, the lede seems very messy. I'd recommend a peer review, and a copy-edit, perhaps from GOCE. The lede is indeed too short.
A peer review for a short lead only? Also the question is what should be written and not how much.--Kürbis (✔) 17:12, 2 September 2012 (UTC)
Correct. Perhaps just a copy-edit. TBrandley 17:31, 2 September 2012 (UTC)
Nowhere in WP:WIAFL does it say that leads must have three paragraphs. WP:LEAD doesn't even say that; in fact, it says that some shorter articles should have leads that are less than three paragraphs. As it happens, I think this lead is a bit short for my tastes, but I don't want some non-existent criteria to become a standard by force. Giants2008 (Talk) 18:11, 2 September 2012 (UTC)
The problem is that the series didn't receive enough coverage. Interview, reviews, almost nothing, though there's a very big following. If I could I'd make 3 gigantic paragraphs... but I can't. --Khanassassin☪ 19:26, 2 September 2012 (UTC)
Only have "Megas XLR episodes" linked in external links
"The series was met with positive reception", to "The series has met with positive reception"
MOS:TV states that "For very lengthy series, generally 80+ episodes, it may be necessary to break the episode list into individual season or story arc lists." This series has far less than 80 episodes and the season articles contain nothing but the episode list tables. There's no decent Lede, nothing about cast, production, reception, or anything that would require separate pages per WP:SIZE, WP:SPINOUT, WP:SS or WP:SIZESPLIT.
"may" does not mean "should" or "must"--Kürbis (✔) 17:12, 2 September 2012 (UTC)