Talk:Missing Days

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Anyone else watch this and go "Okay, wtf?"--Demented Llama 00:04, 3 April 2007 (CDT)

*raises hand* me. I would have been appreciative if they'd explained how
  1. they escaped
  2. with their shoes
  3. and their wallets
  4. and their sanity
  5. and completely detoxed, by the looks of it
My theory is that Gandalf appeared on scene and waved his wand. *poof* Scoobies are a-ok. OwenIsCool 00:23, 3 April 2007 (CDT)
Add to that... where they got a car.

Quote from transcript: "Pretty sure it was a watcher, that shot that crazy guy that grabbed us..." Remove that comma and it takes on a whole new meaning... a watcher shot the crazy guy that grabbed them. That is potentially very important.

No it doesn't. It means the same thing; commas just provide a bit of a pause. But good observation skillz. :) --Nieriel.Manwathiel
Oh yeah??? try explaining this. "woman, without her man, is nothing". and then when you add commas you can get this "woman, without her, man is nothing". all i did was move the comma one word back. commas CAN change the meaning of a sentence. owned =P -Garfwog 02:49, 3 April 2007 (CDT)