Just me being a grammar nazi right now, but for future reference; when you list an order of events such as: went to the bar, then the store, and then back to the house, you put a comma after each event and the last comma is put before the and. Examples of incorrect grammar in these situations would be: went to the bar, then the store and then back to the house. Or; went to the bar, then the store and, then back to the house. The first incorrect example forgets a comma and the second puts it after the and. I see this mistake all over the wiki and we can make this a much better place just by remembering that rule. Sorry to waste your time with my Grammar Naziing.