I'm new here, and don't want to rock the boat by editing someone else's text, but I do want to comment about what's written. Setting aside the grammatical errors ("to" instead of "of," "him" instead of "he," etc.), I can't help but notice that some of the description of events is in error. primarily the last part of the main "Season One" paragraph beginning with "Will, in utter awe..." (I'd paste it, but this strange template apparently doesn't allow the function). Will does not attempt to dismiss the theory for being too bizarre, as implied. He is, in fact, attempting to derail Ed to protect him; this as a result of his earlier discovery of the very real danger he's placed Ed in with his queries that, if pursued further, would likely result in Ed's termination. Subsequent episodes have shown that this unfortunately necessary act was well-timed and in all probability did indeed save Ed's life. Will had gone there to warn Ed regarding his recent discoveries, but upon seeing the sheer magnitude of progress he'd made immediately realized how close to peril Ed had unwittingly brought himself, and acted as he believed appropriate to ensure his safety.
184.108.40.206 23:58, September 9, 2010 (UTC)
- It's a wiki. The whole idea is for more than one person to work on a page. (BTW, talk may not be edited because it is signed.) Working on a wiki requires one to leave his or her pride of authorship at the door.--Jim in Georgia Contribs Talk 00:52, September 10, 2010 (UTC)
I'm with Gaarmyvet. See an error? Edit that mofo and fix it if ya want! I'd rather see edits and activity on the talk page if there are any questions regarding a change than having something left wrong/incorrect, etc... // flunkycarter 04:26, September 10, 2010 (UTC)