I think I read a summary of this episode before. There's a family whose son has powers over reality.
Da da da dun, da da da dun.
Oh my gosh! Parts of this episode's intro was used in Threatened, a Michael Jackson song from Invincible. Why would this be chosen, I wonder.
And they call teenagers monsters. "That's real fine, Anthony. That's real fine."
Could there be a deeper meaning to this? Hmm. Some dark insight into the subconscious mind.
"It's real nice. It's real good." This is disturbing. This is disturbing. "A real good day."
Too much positivity is harmful, especially since no one is brave enough to discipline the god-child.
Wishes are powerful. "You're everybody's favorite." Burn every one who doesn't like the god-child! Burn them all! Or send them to the cornfield!
Fear is a powerful motivator. I suppose that's why they keep it up. Adults shall fear the god-child.
Could Anthony have a disorder or is he just a control freak? He doesn't like singing, he shut up his aunt because she did. He makes monstrous animals, like the three headed gopher. Then he killed it. Fire, torture/killing of small animals, two out of the three sings of a potential psychopath.
Dan Morris has cracked or he's drunk or both. How could a mother kill her child, even if they are a monster?
I can't even imagine what it would be like, to be in constant fear of your offspring. To walk on a virtual minefield every time you're around them. Explosions at any time.
It's not a real good day. It's not good at all.