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Hey there, Mageddon725 here, reviewing The People Who Talk At The Theatre by Fruipit on behalf of the Fanon Review Squad.

Well folks, this is a new one! I’ve never before had to review a comedy one-shot, but I shall give it my best go. Seeing as Fruipit has managed to convolute everything that would’ve made this a normal review, I will resort to simply talking about what I read.

Taking from numerous pop culture phenomena, The People Who Talk at the Theatre (or Special Hell, for those of you who know and love the prematurely-cancelled Firefly) is a submission for Omashu Rocks’ comedy contest. As such, it manages to capture an erratic, but loveable, sense of humor within the interactions of Zuko and Sokka in the messed up world where they reside.

Special Hell brings a random, bizarre story that had me laughing loud and often. That said, I thought there were but a few times where Fruipit tried a little too hard to be funny where it wasn’t necessary. Overall, though, I’d certainly recommend it for those looking to get a good laugh.

Final Verdict: 8.5/10.0

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