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Joined: October 21, 2004
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If you're just asking about the location of the apostrophe, then you could get away with "Eels' " for both singular and plural, since in US English putting an apostrophe on the end of a singular OR plural noun ending in "s" will make it possessive.
We're going to see all of the Sims' home movies tonight. ("Sims" being the name of a family).
I went to Mr. Sims' office today.
October 21, 2004, 10:15pm
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