Talk:How Dumb Am I?

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Did anyone else notice the face that appears in the window throughout the video? Maybe it is just from the light but I can distinctly see a pair of eyes. Some people on youtube commented about it and I was curious if someone else noticed and thought it suspicious?

Is Daniel in on this capture? It seems odd that Bree never mentions him at all. She just talks about holding Jonas captive... Also, the Theata+Pi may not be connected with the order at all...or may be opposed to it....It could also be an alternate, less aggressive order, who are also watching Bree, but not interacting to make her choose different could also be a plant, placed to make bree question her companions loyalties....plenty of theories! - Anto687

While I personally doubt that, that possibility has been noted. -Yarvin 17:49, 26 February 2007 (CST)

Why would Daniel plant something like that to make bree not trust jonas? In the last video by Daniel he says that him and jonas worked things out so Daniel would have no reason to want bree to hate jonas.

*looks at webisode title* O.O.... <.<...>.>

Bree, I don't think you want us to answer this one... But why is she doubting Jonas NOW of all times? btw, how is her holding up part of the tachy picture "proof" of Jonas' loyalties??-Nieriel.Manwathiel

"Two lines"

I'm sure this is a reference but I'm missing it...--Jonpro 23:09, 26 February 2007 (CST)

On the picture caption, you mean? That's just a play on the symbol The Watcher symbol has three legs, and the one Bree found only has two. It's one of the symbols from the ligatures image in the disk Tachy gave Bree. Check it out on the Semiotics article, of which I've been a slave lately... OwenIsCool 23:59, 26 February 2007 (CST)
Actually, the joke is (*sigh*, and they say the joke isn't funny if you have to explain it...) that she's holding up a small, narrow object with a symbol on it that many have noted the significant detail of two lines thereon. Got it? Now Google the phrase "What do two lines mean?" --Brucker 10:12, 27 February 2007 (CST)
Maybe instead of two lines we should say "two lines". --JayHenry 10:16, 27 February 2007 (CST)
lmao how did I not get that? Been working on that Semiotics article wayyy too much... lost touch with the real world. It's hilarious, even after explaining, please leave it =) OwenIsCool 15:20, 27 February 2007 (CST)
Gotcha, Brucker. Sorry I made you explain it, but I'm glad you did. :)--Jonpro 15:45, 28 February 2007 (CST)