Housemates 2 Round 2 Keith vs. Phoenix Part 2“We should just fucking torch the whole damn mansion!”
“We can’t! The kids are inside and they could get hurt!”
Ethan roared in frustration and put his hands on the coffee table in front of him. He and Keith had been at odds about what to do since they had seen a commercial for the kids being on Housemates two hours ago. The two friends rarely argued and doing so was hard on both of them, especially for such a long time.
“Maybe I can go talk to the Director and get the kids out of there!”
“No! We’re not taking that risk if we can avoid it! If we’re going to talk to that shitbag then it’s to force him to let them go!”
“Ethan might be right, Keith,” Steve chimed in from across the room, “You remember what kind of man the Director is, and I don’t see him letting the kids go easily.”
“The fuck, Steve?! Those are the kids you’re putting in danger!” Marco yelled
Housemates 2 Round 2 Keith vs. Phoenix Part 1Keith jerked awake and bolted upright from where he lay on the floor. His head was pounding and his mind felt fuzzy, though he wasn’t sure why. Even though his vision was blurry, Keith tried to look around the room he was sitting in. He blinked a few times to help clear his vision and saw that the room was very large and circular with a domed roof.
“Wha-Where am I?” Keith groaned to himself.
The room was empty, but it looked as though it hadn’t been for long with the amount of scuff marks and footprints in the dust that had settled thick on the floor. Lights were strung along the ceiling of the room, giving it an almost homely glow that lit up into the few doorframes that led to other areas of the house. A single clean path cut through the dust and led through the room to where Keith sat.
“God, I hope this wasn’t a blackout. The last thing I need is a blackout right now,” Keith said.
Pulling himself to his feet, Ke
Housemates 2 Round 1 Keith vs. Mrs. Green part 2“What are you doing with my new dolls?!” The little girl shrieked.
Instead of walking the girl appeared to glide across the floor towards them. She stopped just short of Mrs. Green and snatched the doll of the older woman from its perch on her journal as the woman tried to move away. The young girl huffed as she slid towards Keith and extended a hand out towards him for her doll.
“Give me back my doll,” The girl demanded.
“You’re a g-ghost, aren’t you?” Keith stammered, clutching the doll to his chest.
“Give it to me!”
The girl stamped her foot on the ground and huffed at Keith again. The blonde simply shook his head at her and held the doll closer to his body. The girl yelled and threw the doll of Mrs. Green at him in frustration. Just like the doll, Mrs. Green went soaring through the air and collided with Keith, knocking him off his feet. His own doll was knocked from Keith’s hands
Housemates 2 Round 1 Keith vs. Mrs. Green part 1Keith could feel the unsettling presence of eyes upon him as he passed through corridor after corridor. Whether they were TV viewers or something else he didn’t know nor did he want to know. He moved quickly through any large rooms and kept to the hallways and light spots as best he could. Who knew what he’d find if he lingered in the shadows of this house.
Every so often he would hear the sounds of others nearby and try his best to stay out of sight. He didn’t want to risk running into anyone else if he could avoid it, especially if it meant having to fight them. Last season had shown him just how dangerous the people attracted to this show could really be, and without Ethan he wasn’t sure he stood a chance in a direct fight.
His avoidance tactics eventually left Keith thoroughly lost. After a while he knew it was best to find an area of the mansion he recognized to get his bearings. He wouldn’t be any use to the
Housemates 2: Keith Barker Audition
“You can’t be serious! They’re not even old enough to sign anything to participate in the show!”
“It’s the rules: once someone goes in they can’t get out. It’s not something I have control of.”
“You’ve been able to get your equipment in there just fine, so I know you can get the kids out if you want to!”
“Well, if we are going to get them out we can’t just leave them running around everywhere, now can we? What do you expect me to do with two children while directing a show?”
“If you get them out, I will come to get them personally.”
Keith sat in the back seat of a black car with tinted windows driving down a dirt road to a destination he loathed to see. The only thing that made him go this far was the knowledge that his niece and nephew were supposed to be waiting for him.
Even though it had been nearly six years, the memories of being on Housemates tore at his thoughts and