Proposal: Who’d bring rotten vegetables to a Theater?
7-0. Timed Out.—Chronos
Adminned at 25 Feb 2007 16:13:43 UTC
Remove the phrase “and any role that is not an Acclaimed Role is an Unacclaimed Role” from Critic Acclaim
Add to the end of the main text of Critics:
For any purposes any role in an Actor’s Filmography that is neither an Acclaimed Role nor a Tomatoed Role is an Unacclaimed Role.
Add a sub-rule Rotten Tomatoes to Critics
An Actor is “Tomatoed” if both of the following conditions are true:
- e is not, at that time, disqualified from earning a Tomato, and
- e makes a Proposal that passes, but both Critics vote “AGAINST” the Proposal (or cast votes that have the effect of votes AGAINST the Proposal).
Upon an Actor earning a “Tomato”, e must select a role in eir Filmography and add the text “Tomatoed” to eir Filmography in reference to that role. This action is defined as earning a Tomato with respect to that role. A role that has earned Tomato is defined as a Tomatoed Role. An Actor may not earn a Tomato more than once with respect to a particular role. An Actor may not earn a Tomato for a film in which e was an Extra.
An Actor is disqualified from earning a Tomato for so long as any of the following are true:
- there are fewer than two Critics, or
- e has no Unacclaimed Roles in eir Filmography.