If you were watching Raw closely, you will have noticed that WWE confirmed Bray Wyatt and his puppets have definitely escaped from the Firefly Funhouse.
The weekly episodes of Firefly Funhouse have been the best things about WWE for a couple of months now. However, this week on Raw, there was no Firefly Funhouse. It's the first time there hasn't been a segment dedicated to Bray Wyatt's creepy kid show since the week after WrestleMania if our memories serve us correctly.
Once the show ended and it dawned on us that there had been no mention of the Firefly Funhouse, we naturally got pretty worried. WWE has apparently received pressure from some of its sponsors to scrap the idea due to the child cult vibe it gives off. After how great it has been, it would be a real shame for WWE to cave to those requests now.
Thankfully, there is no need to panic. The Firefly Funhouse was very much present on Raw this week, we just didn't notice during our first viewing. Last week, WWE implied that Wyatt had escaped from the Funhouse. Judging by what we saw on Monday night, he brought his dark cast of characters with him. If you missed what we're talking about, we've got you covered.
The first cameo took place as The Miz was on his way to the ring for Miz TV. Before cutting to an ad break, Miz was shown walking down a corridor. If you look to the right of the frame, you'll see Abby the Witch peering out from behind a wall. Later in the show, while Kofi Kingston was shoving pancakes down his pants, Mercy the Buzzard was ominously watching on in the background.
As always with the Firefly Funhouse, we have no idea what this means. Perhaps we will see a couple more characters on SmackDown Live tonight, or even further cameos from Mercy and Abby. We were worried about how creepy the gimmick would be once it made its way onto live TV. In that regard, so far so good. The two tweets above are super creepy. Now all WWE needs to figure out is how to transition it all to the ring.