WARNING: If you don't want to know what happened in this episode, don't read this photo recap!
So, this is the No-End house. And this woman is running toward it trying to escape a man in a suit. Why does she want to get in there so badly? Who is the guy? A lot of questions. But it's important to note than when he catches her, we notice her arm has the words "this isn't real" carved into it. What does it all mean?!
So this is Margo (on the right) and her friend Jules. Margo's recently dead father was a big part of her life and with her mom headed out of town, Margo's down to just do what she's been doing a lot of lately - just hanging around without any kind of friends. That's when her friend Jules comes back from college.
Jules finally convinces Margo to get out of the house to go to a party. And it works! They meet up with some dudes at a bar, one of them their old friend, JD. He tries to kiss Jules, but she evades him. AND! It turns out everyone has been getting spooky messages on their phones.
Margo meets a boy named Seth and they all end up back at Margo's house. The spooky messages they've been getting on their phones turn out to be for a haunted house art installation that moves around the world. Six rooms, each more terrifying than the rest, and specific to whomever goes inside.
And then Margo reveals that her dad died from bad allergy medication. She was the one who found him. She feels enormously guilty for not coming home on time that night. She may have been able to stop him from taking the medicine.
When Margo goes inside, she sees a strange ad on the television that gives her an address to the no-end house. And so the team decides to get in the car and drive over to see it.
The house is pretty spooky. Tall, black, lots of spires. All of the people coming out of it are actually really freaked out by it. Some are even barfing. As they all wait their turn to go in, they learn that every room is scarier, but every room has an exit as well.
After seeing spray painted grafitti on the door that says "Beware the Cannibals," they go into the first room, where they all find some white plaster casts of their OWN heads! It's pretty creepy and they can't figure out how it happened so fast. And then...the lights go off.
When the lights come back on, their heads are different. The statues have changed and they're now all torn open. Curiously, the gang ignore the door that says "Exit" and march through the door labeled "next room."
The second room looks like a giant swimming pool with a very creepy dude in it. He's wearing a wooden mask and cruises around the room. When JD asks if he's one of the cannibals, the dude shoves him. Pretty hard.
After the creepy guy whispers in Margo's ear "Welcome back Martian," (What does that mean?) the lights go out and come back on. One of the dudes is missing, with only a smear of blood leading from where he stood.
This is when the gang is offered a warning by the only person who didn't drive over with them. The guy in the backpack- Dylan. He's already told them that he's trying to find his way back into the house, and now he says it's not too late, that they should turn back. They (of course) ignore him and press on.
They all go on to Room 3, which is a room they have to go into one at a time. Margo finds herself in a dream she used to have as a kid. A long hallway. A mirror. And someone behind it. She sneaks around the mirror to find…
This guy. Margo runs. (Because so would you…) As she bolts for the exit, Margo hears the voice of Jules, and follows it into Room #4.
In Room 4, Margo is forced to watch her father's death. It's messed up. Margo sees that she has the choice between Room 5 and an exit. She persists, curious about how messed up this all is.
In room 5, she finds a creepy version of her living room with a creepy version of her father, in the position where he died.
Videos of her childhood play behind her on a scary loop and the only way to turn it off is to take the remote from this creepy dude. She does and he tries to hug her. On her way out of the room she hears him say, "you have to go through to go home."
As Margo gets outside the house, she finds a distraught Jules. Thinking that JD and Seth have left them there, they decide to leave but since their car won't work, they walk home, shaken. Jules agrees to stay over a bit. But she notices the house number is just a 6. Was it...always?
But things are about to get even weirder. Because as Margo goes in the house, she discovers her dad…making breakfast.