Please give me something to mock.
Thank you! Thank you for this shitty effects sequence featuring the stupid, neglectful Dolt as he goes both Hulk and Magneto on the blameless antiques in the attic! And why the fuck is he up in the attic, anyway? Oh! My son just died in my arms! I think I'll head upstairs to blow up the furniture! Asshole. Raige races out of her hiding place, manages to calm him down, and pep-talks him into taking it out on the Elder responsible. Raige realizes that the next time Barbas and Snidely contact each other, the Dolt will be able to "intercept" it. Whatever. They killed my husband. I don't care anymore.
Hell. Snidely, mimicking the Dolt's voice, tricks the Psycho into orbing into some anonymous chamber, traps the emotional void in a cage of Mystical Crysticals, and summons Barbas, who materializes to slither and menace and boring! Snidely passes the Chris-killing athame to his fellow ham to bless, the plan being that once both a demon and an Elder have consecrated the thing, it'll be able to pierce the Psycho's remaining defenses and BORING! I don't care about the fucking dead-eyed brat! Kill him already! Kill him! Shit. Barbas skewers Snidely with the athame instead, then morphs into the Dolt. Granted, the Dolt's here to exact vengeance for his prettier son, and I certainly approve of that, but you know it's going to take them forever to get through it. Sigh. So, the Dolt sneers and backhands Snidely all the way across the current chamber and halfway through Barbas's Lair beyond. Snidely tries to argue his case, but the Dolt of course isn't having it and tosses Snidely into a wall. Barbas, unnoticed, blazes in to spy on the action for the briefest of moments before blazing out again, and I mention that only because I'm certain they're going to drag him back into the seventh-season storylines, if for no other reason than to annoy the living shit out of me. Tussling. Grunting. Shouting. Ennui. The Dolt resigns his Elder duties at some point during all of this, by the way. Like we didn't know that was going to happen sooner or later. Eventually, the Dolt summons Snidely's special mirror into Barbas's lair. It materializes to reveal the Pinhead standing in Bizarro Barbas's Underground Arboreal Retreat. "You ready?" the Pinhead asks. "Ay-yup," the Dolt replies. "But remember -- I have to do this alone." Snidely, who's already been beaten to the point that he's unable to rise from the dirt, is all, "Do what alone?" "A great evil," the Dolt sneers, right before he unleashes massive bolts of electricity from his hands that hoist a howling and writhing Snidely into the air. In the mirror, the Pinhead stands off to one side as Bizarro Snidely also howls and writhes in mid-air. And in the middle of all this