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
- they escaped
- with their shoes
- and their wallets
- and their sanity
- 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)