Ok, so maybe I missed something in the brief description of the extra credit assignment. Is the assignment not to evaluate the rhetorical appeal or claims presented in a documentary of our choice? Given that this description holds true, I see no reason why we couldn't evaluate a "mocumentary" or any other media that presents sufficient claims and/or rhetorical appeal to fill two pages worth of evaluation. I honestly think that I could write two pages about the rhetorical context of the implicit arguments of political and societal sidenotes made in one episode of The Simpsons. Correct me if I'm wrong, I've only ever seen one full episode of that t.v. show.