In the episode “Romeo and Juliet,” Juliet is sitting on a spiral staircase.
She says, “There’s no such thing as a staircase in the house.”
There are several possible explanations for the stairs, but the most likely is that the Joker got on them in order to steal her ring.
But the episode itself isn’t exactly clear on how he got there.
In the book, the Joker is seen on the stairs by the end of the episode, but he doesn’t make it back to the castle before the end credits roll.
The episode itself makes it sound like he did, but his ring doesn’t appear in the book.
So it’s possible he didn’t do it.
And in the episode where he steals Juliet’s ring, he doesn, too.
So we don’t know why he didn.
In an interview with the New York Times, show creator Seth MacFarlane said, “I was thinking about it all the time and we were just like, ‘Oh, man, he’s not going to do it,'” MacFarnys explanation for why the Joker didn’t use the stairs was that the stairs are “the only one with stairs.”
“There are no other stairs in the castle.
And then we went and built this thing that has stairs.
And it is a spiral stairway, so you know, we had to build it to make it look as if there was another staircase,” MacFarlys said.
“And I’m like, you know what?
The only other staircase is a little thing that goes down the back wall of the house.
It’s the same kind of spiral stairs that you’d find in a house.”
It’s unclear whether the Joker would have gotten on the staircases because he’s a criminal or because the stairwells are the only ones in the entire castle that have stairs.
So far, the episode has not been rated on television, but if it does get released, the ratings could change.
In another episode, “The Return of Sherlock Holmes,” the Joker gets on the staircase, which is called a “souvenir stair,” by a mysterious masked man.
“We’ve never seen that stairway,” Macfarlane said.
MacFarrell said that the staircase in this episode is not in the “real world.”
“It’s not on the street.
It doesn’t even have a name, which we don.
It is just a door that’s not the real thing,” he said.
We know it’s a door, because we’re going to be back in two months and I’ll be in the same room as Sherlock Holmes, so I can see it.
So, we’ll be back with it, and we’ll know exactly where he’s at, but we won’t know anything about where he is.
“It is unclear what will happen if the Joker and Sherlock Holmes get on each other’s stairs.
It was unclear whether or not the Joker was supposed to get on Sherlock’s stairs in order for Sherlock to solve the case, and if he did get on one of the other stairs, we don,t know what he would have done there.
It could have been an elaborate trap.
Mac Farrell said, “”If he did actually get on it, I think he would’ve been able to pull it off.”
So the real mystery is what would have happened if he got on one or both of the stairways.
It would seem that the real killer would have been able use the same trick to get to the bottom of the case as the Joker, so the two of them would have ended up in the exact same position in the basement, where the clues are hidden, where they could have used the same clues to get there.
Mac Rarrell also said, “‘We don’t want to tell anybody.
If you don’t tell me, you can’t go to the police.
You know, just go down there and be the vigilante you want to be.'”
But in the end, it’s up to viewers whether or it’s right or wrong to trust Mac Farrays explanations.
Macfarrell also told Entertainment Weekly that if he was to make a sequel, he would write a new story about the mystery of the staircase and the murder of the Sheriff.
So if you are wondering whether or how the Joker’s staircase got on the Jokers and Sherlock’s stairways, there’s a chance it might not be right or right.
And the other possibility is that both the stairs were there in the first place.
“It would seem very strange that we wouldn’t know the reason,” Mac Farlane said about the Joker getting on the two staircases, “but it seems possible.”
“Rope Trick” was the fifth episode of the fifth season of the CW’s hit show, “Supernatural,” and was written by Bryan Fuller, J. Michael Straczynski, and David Fury.