Omashu Rocks here for another installment of FRS:The Omashu Scoop! Today's fanon isby .
Official Plot: Sokka gets a job at Iroh's tea shop. He starts giving people advice and sitting down to have tea with them. But when Iroh learns Sokka isn't doing his job, Iroh has to fire him.
Plot/Storyline: Comedy's aren't supposed to have very substantial plots with deep moral questions and an epic storyline that will define its era as a time of constant war, tragedy, and romance… so I'm not looking for that here. Still, I think this plot would be better as a quick one-shot rather than dragged out over multiple chapters. Sometimes authors of a cute little comedy plot like must find the point to end the story before killing it (kinda like NBC's The Office failed to do). However, it seems as though the author has every intent at least 12 chapters in two separate books, I and don't want to discourage that. 8.3
Comedy: I might as well keep going with the NBC references. If you watch the show Parenthood, you'll notice that it's nice and heartwarming, and sometimes you get a little chuckle out of it. However, it's not intended to be a comedy sitcom, and my mother is the only person who bursts out laughing while watching it. I find this fanon to be similar. Readers of my comedies know that I'm a fan of edgy, over-the-line humor, so I can't really give a high score here. That's the problem with comedy, as NBC's America's Got Talent's Howie Mandel puts it, "comedy is subjective, so it's tough." 8.6
Interest Level: 8.6
Character Development: The character we see develop most is Sokka, and I'd say this is done okay. 9.0
Believability: No major complaints here. 9.3
General Writing: I don't expect every author on the wiki to be an English major, but there are some typos in the chapters that could easily be caught simply be reviewing once or twice before publishing. 8.5
Average Score: 8.74
Note: All Scores Are Out Of Ten
What Aang Meng Fang does right/can improve on:
I have one main piece of advice: push some people's buttons. If you do this, you got yourself a good comedy fanon.