Where is the museum/exhibit located?
Actually, you know what? I don't know. I wrote that it was in the floor room, because otherwise it would mean they have this huge museum and this HUGE dance floor/maze of mirrors area on the first floor BESIDES all these OTHER rooms, and that seemed a little too extra ridiculous, so I took an educated guess. I'd like to hear others' thoughts though. Do you think they're 2 different rooms? Or does it seem accurate the way it is?
I've read that the Mystery Shack was loosely based on the Oregon Vortex. Having never even been to the Oregon Vortex (or to Oregon for that matter), I feel unqualified to make a judgement about this. --18.104.22.168 04:35, January 11, 2013 (UTC)
The Mystery Shack layout does not make any sense what so ever, if you think about it the doors don't connect right without the exterior looking different and the interior rooms overlapping each other.
22.214.171.124 02:37, February 25, 2013 (UTC)
not sure how to word this but I think some sort of trivia thing shoud be made about the rabbit ear tv (free television, a physical representation of Stan's freeloading) Mf99k (talk) 01:18, April 16, 2014 (UTC)
Stan's office location
Why should the location revealed by the explosion be favored over the one earlier in the episode when Gideon looks into the room from the front porch and sees the safe? Both are "factual," but the later one is suspect because they kept thinking it was part of the dream (and perhaps it was). Gideon did blow up the safe and got the deed, but no hole needs to have been visible in reality from the living room. The next day, Gideon is in that room looking over the journals and there is no sign of any debris or damage.
- Also, where is it revealed that Stan's bedroom is in the attic? In "Carpet Diem" he said: "Look kid, there's my room and the attic. That's it." That implies his bedroom isn't in the attic. --RockSunner (talk) 04:37, May 23, 2014 (UTC)
- Both are factual, and both could probably be included in the summation. It's the only information we have on the location of the office. Both which say it's on the first floor. That at least should be said. And you're right about Stan's bedroom. 22:26, May 23, 2014 (UTC)
Soos also lives in the Mystery Shack- in the begining of the episode "Carpet Diem" we see that Soos lives in a sort of a fuze box and in the end of the episode dipper gives the Electron Carpet room to Soos. —Preceding unsigned comment added by STENLYMBL (wall • contribs)
In the owner place it says Stan Pines, but the owner is actually Ford Pines, isn't he?