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"Stormy Weather": Cain is tired of being showered when people have wet dreams so he's up on the House of Mystery's roof fixing leaky tiles. Abel is distracting him with chatter and he hits his thumb with the hammer which causes him to lose his balance and fall off. Later that evening, as Cain an
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Synopsis for "Stormy Weather"
Cain is tired of being showered when people have wet dreams so he's up on the House of Mystery's roof fixing leaky tiles. Abel is distracting him with chatter and he hits his thumb with the hammer which causes him to lose his balance and fall off. Later that evening, as Cain and Gregory attempt to relax, the house begins to act decidedly hostile. At first, Cain thinks it may be just a minor poltergeist, but he soon comes to realize the house is very angry at him. It sends sharp implements through the air at him, but he and Gregory escape. He walks up the stairs, but the carpet trips him up and he is thrown down a flight of stairs. He bears his Mark at the empty room and threatens reprisal, but the house has had enough and spits Cain and Gregory out in favor of releasing a madwoman Jumella who lives in the attic. Gregory carries the unconscious Cain to his brother in the House of Secrets. Goldie pokes Cain until he revives and Abel says to him "Maybe that's your problem Cain. You treat everything the way you treat me." Cain just thinks he's just been too lenient and when they walk towards the front door they are surprised at all the light coming from outside. As they go outside they shocked to discover the House of Mystery ablaze.
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