"A particularly bad example" is ambiguous in
this context. You mean,
then, that Relata was saying that the list is a bad example of a bad
Yes, that's quite clearly what Relata was saying.
The way phrase "makes no effort to duplicate
like a criticism also.
It's not a
random television program, it's the television program
that's the subject of the article.
...that I encountered randomly. How would you feel if the program was
something like, say, [[Ikebukuro West Gate Park (TV series)]]?
(Substitute something equally foreign to you if you happen to watch TV
in Japan.) All articles on TV shows and other media should be
approached by their writers with the totally unfamiliar audience in
mind, and aim for clear and succinct explanatory writing, not a
robotic parroting of every minor point of the show's content ever
Who cares how you encountered it? The article is not about the TV show
itself, it's about the episodes of the TV show - it's safe to assume
anyone reading the article will already have a passing familiarity
with the show itself, we have an article on it, after all. And the
whole point Relata was trying to make was that it doesn't parrot every