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disappeared tv show
April 11, 2016
4:28 pm
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I just finished watching the episode of Disappeared featuring Jodi, and in the beginning of the show, they pointed out that the toilet seat in her apartment was found in the raised position.  That clearly indicates that a man was the last person to use that toilet, but was the toilet seat ever examined for fingerprints? Obviously, someone would need to pull the seat up to get it in that position. I realize that it somebody could have been wearing gloves or used their foot to raise it, but I'd think it is worth a shot if it hasn't previously been checked.

June 19, 2016
4:37 pm
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I've considered this one from two perspectives. 1. A guy was there the night before, I the morning or even as the abduction was taking place (as in, had not left yet) or 2. She was really drunk the night before and got sick. 

June 26, 2016
10:58 pm
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prantil85 said
...they pointed out that the toilet seat in her apartment was found in the raised position.  That clearly indicates that a man was the last person to use that toilet...

This is not definitive proof that anyone else, male or female is in that apartment.  There were empty beer cans in Jodi's sink. For all we know, she could have thrown up in the toilet prior to leaving her apartment that morning. It's interesting but not solid proof.

December 31, 2018
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There are a lot of good shows that have disappeared. I used to watch shows by Andy Yeatman on Netflix and soon they were gone. He stopped working with Netflix, which resulted in a new but not very good content for the kids. I miss his work a lot. I hope he comes back with his work again.

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