In the dark season 3 episode 12, the cast and crew of House have gone to their new home to redecorate. The season opens with Tom trying to fix the front door while the rest of the house looks like it hasn’t been unpacked in weeks. We see the couple in the living room and Tom in the kitchen.
And as she explains the situation to her husband, we see a man in a dark suit sitting at a desk in the living room. He’s talking to someone and the person can’t hear him but the lights dim and we see the man with a glass of wine sitting at a table in the dining room.
Its hard to tell if its a dream or if he’s just sitting there but we can see the person sitting at the desk, and if its a dream he looks like a man with a beard. We can also tell we’re not in the room he’s in because the desk is far from the living room. The desk is in the middle of the dark dark space.
This is the third episode in a season three in which we’ve seen the protagonist, Colt, trying to solve a mystery of his own. We’ve also seen him play a game of chess with his brother in the first two episodes, and we’ve seen him with the same person in a very similar situation in the last two episodes. We also know that his brother and he have a history with each other.
Colt and his brother were in the room with him, but when they talk in the dark, they are in a very dark room. The second thing we know is that they have a past, or at least that they had a history. The third thing is that Colt is a very smart, very good chess player. He is also a very good painter, which is why his brother wanted him to go to the school he went to when he was younger.
Colt being a smart painter and a very good chess player is a bit of a coincidence, but it does fit into our story, because the Visionaries have been looking for a way to take over the world with all of the new technology from the government. They need to know that they have a guy who can paint the wall of a room, which is not possible without breaking the code.
What I like most about this episode is that the story lines are actually coherent, the characters are not all one-dimensional, and the dialogue is surprisingly deep and thought-provoking. I think that’s the best kind of storytelling, because it makes me feel like I understand the characters in a way that they don’t often get to in these types of episodes.
This episode was the first time we’ve seen the AI’s ability to paint a room, so it is an important step for them. The AI’s ability to paint and the fact that they have no memory of themselves is interesting. The AI is the closest we’ve seen the user to a true artificial intelligence (AI) in the episode, and they have been using that ability for several episodes now.
The reason that I love AIs like this is that they are, so to speak, the real meat of the show, without the AIs. With the AIs in the room, we have an AI that is still just a robot that can run, jump, and shoot. And the fact that the AIs can paint their room is a huge step for them.
The real meat of the show is that the AI is our narrator. It’s always telling us how to think, what to do, and what to think of. In the episode, it’s telling us how to make the room look pretty. It’s our narrator on Deathloop, telling us how to decorate our rooms, what to wear, and what to think about the world.