Channel Zero: No End House
Beware the Cannibals (Episode 3)
I think the house gives you what you want – and steals your memories to feed itself/the creatures it manifests.
Margot wants her father. She gets the father duplicate.
J.D. wants to be an Alpha male – he meets his Alpha self…who kills and replaces him. (He didn’t even resist.)
Who knows what Seth or Jules wants….
No End House
-Good to know that the house has physical limits.
-Can I lay out the theory that’s it’s an alien creature that understand human psychology. Maybe it doesn’t need the memories so much but it eats them so that people will be complacent and happy in its world.
-Finally got with the “This isn’t my dad, what the f*ck is going on” program.
-So, that story about her dad’s suicide may be legit. That just seems like the strangest, hardest way to go. And to do it knowing she would find him? Is it weird that she doesn’t seem angry at him or the situation?
-Unfortunately, it took Not The Father revealing his true self for her to snap out of it. If he hadn’t allowed himself to be caught, how long would she have been willing to ignore his smaller (less dangerous) quirks.
Not The Father
-First, he gave us Little Shop of Horrors. “Feed Me!” Then, he gave us Jack Torrance (The Shining).
-I wonder if the man he killed was a hollow human.
-Allowing himself to be caught. I think No End House would prefer that you willfully enter into the arrangement – you can have what you want, if you feed me – but has no problem forcing the issue.
-Since we didn’t see him die, I wonder if that hole just transports him to another location.
-He may be Alpha in attitude but is he any smarter the original? Burning a body in broad daylight?
-Is he acting like original J.D. or, without the original’s imagination, is he devolving into a Beta boy?
-He’s deteriorating physically, that we know for sure…
-Jules sees the danger with Margot but not herself. Say what you want about dead fathers showing up, giant orbs that call your name and react to your touch aren’t normal either. Focusing on others to avoid our own issues never works out well.
-Oh Jules. It looks like that ball thingy with the people inside is giving you the thrill that you want. So much so that it’s taking your memories. Why have you been lying about the things you see?
-Saying that Margot was the closest thing she had to a sister means that someone or something has eating sis.
-Here’s to hoping you tell the truth before it’s too late.
-Knowing that No End House can make a great carbon copy of a person from memory, it’s possible that the Seth who met up with Jules is a fake. The real one could be off someone staring at a family in a cage.
-He was at the house with Jules; perhaps he ate her sister. Also, there’s the convo he had with fake J.D. “You’re falling apart already?” Seth knows something’s not right with JD but hasn’t blown his cover.
-Do people have condoms in alternative horror-house universes? Do they even work?
-Seth being able to ignore memories may be his superpower.
Dylan / Lacey
-Still don’t trust him. He’s willing to terrify and abuse Lacey “for her own good.” Trash.
-He was mad that an ideal husband had thoroughly replaced him. Even if they do escape and her memories of him do come back, I think he will still be resentful.
-Ideal husband went down so easy – this appears to be a flimsy world.
-I’m irritated that Margot, Jules and the gang just accept Dylan’s word