Talk:Skin of Evil
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Having just veiwed the episode, there are a couple very minor things that seem off about this article;
When Armus kills Yar, it appears to be more of a wave of light that strkes her rather than a ball of slime, but I may be mistaken.
When Picard finally confronts Armus after being allowed to see the crewmembers in the downed shuttle, the conclusion that he forces it to face and therefore uses to distract it with rage is that it will be alone for an eternity, and that it is afraid to never be able to die, that it will never again see those who deserted it.—Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk • contribs)
ok, i corrected the statement.The 89 guy 11:42, 6 August 2006 (UTC)
trivia vs. continuity errors
I'd argue that while bloopers are trivia, continuity errors are actual facts relevant to the show's storyline(s) and should be kept. --Membrain00 (talk) 19:15, 27 June 2008 (UTC)
- This review is transcluded from Talk:Skin of Evil/GA1. The edit link for this section can be used to add comments to the review.
- You'll need to note that this is part of the first season of the series.
- The lead should be expanded a little to include more background information about the episode. I like the way people are writing up the articles on The Office with a note about where its broadcast, some brief background on the show, the subplots, and a little more detail about critic responses.
- I don't know that the information about the Armus suit belongs in the lead. Also, it should be rearranged, I think, because Yar's death, and the critic's reaction to the episode were the most substantial developments for the series.
- Plot section: you alternate between refering to Armus as "him" and "it."
- It might be helpful to split the production section into several sub-sections, one dealing with the monster effects and the other dealing with Denise Crosby's departure.
- In "Reception," there's no information about the market share or viewership of the episode when it first aired.
- You mention the guest actors in the infobox, but their roles there are not cited. Would be best if you added the roles next to the names in the "Production" section.
- Given that Star Trek is the origin of the term, I'm surprised that there's no link to the Redshirt (character) article, and whether Crosby's character is or is not a redshirt in the episode.
- Dup links tool shows no problem with duplicate links. Dab links shows no disambiguations. Checklink tool returns no errors with external links.