The Thing Upstairs is Berk's lord and master in the British children's show, The Trap Door. He must cook food (from mostly worms and other crawling things) and send it upstairs fr the Thing using dumbwaiter. Read more. In the episode The Little Thing, Berk sneaks into his master's bedroom and a flash of lightning illuminates a strange, fleshy heap that could be one of Him Upstairs' appendages.  The Trap Door - 3D plasticine animation, featuring Berk, a blue creature who lives as a servant to the unseen 'Thing Upstairs' in an old dark house. After such a satisfying meal, the Yellow Thing falls asleep. In the episode Slightly Weird, Berk mentions that the Thing Upstairs can fly, implying that he has wings. He opens the trap door, which releases a few worms, but the Yellow Thing also comes out. A mix of horror, comedy and some fantasy, the series focused on the everyday life and mishaps of Berk, the overworked servant/chef to the mostly unseen Thing Upstairs. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. ", implying that Him Upstairs has multiple heads. Although the emphasis of the show was the humor and the program itself was made for children, it drew much from horror and dark fantasy. It originally aired on ITV between October 6, 1986 to July 28, 1990. The master of the castle, "The Thing Upstairs", resides in the attic of the castle and remains an unseen character throughout the entire show, shouting orders to Berk when hungry or annoyed. You can help Villains Wiki by expanding it. The Thing Upstairs is a major but ultimately unseen character in the claymation series The Trapdoor - a cranky, hungry behemoth that lives upstairs, constantly shouting demands to his servent, Berk, to maintain the castle and prepare his meals. First episode. Rogg comes up from the trap door with a green fuzzy thing stuck to him. A page for describing Funny: Trap Door. While the Thing Upstairs' appearance is never fully revealed, some hints about his physiology are dropped during the series. Retrieved from " https://trap-door.fandom.com/wiki/The_Thing_Upstairs%27_Eyeball?oldid=3486 ". To Berk's horror, it goes upstairs and into his master's bedroom. The Thing Upstairs ' Eyeball is an eyeball that Berk drops in Not Very Nice it ended up in The Trap Door but Berk got it back after finding it inside The Worm Beast. In the episode "Breakfast Time", the yellow thing emerges from the trap door as Berk opens it to let out some worms (for future cooking). He has also had a few body parts fall off, such as a giant fang in "The Pain", and one of his many detatchable eyeballs in "Not Very Nice". But that's nothing compared to the horrors that lurk beneath The Trap Door. The Trap Door: The Trap Door - YouTube. Every time the trap door opens a new adventure begins for Berk and his pals; Boni (a talking skull) and Drutt (a mischievous spider)! As the Thing Upstairs â breakfast is eaten by the Yellow Thing, Berk accidentally leaves the trap door open, and the Big Red Thing comes out. The Thing Upstairs is Berk's lord and master in the British children's show, The Trap Door. There were also games "The Trap Door" and "Through the Trap Door" for 8-bit home computers. and "Sniff that!" 38 "Nasty Beasty" 14 July 1990: It is the middle of winter and Berk has to mend the Thing Upstairs's heater. The Big Red Thing. In Trap Door, the player takes control of Berk, who must perform tasks for "The Thing Upstairs", a never-seen entity who lives in the upper floors of the castle where Berk works. Collapse. The Thing Upstairs has a cold, so Berk makes him some of his special medicine. The Thing UpstairsisBerk's lord and master in the British children's show,The Trap Door.No one but Berk knows what "Him Upstairs" looks like as he never leaves his room. Berk (voiced by Willie Rushton) is an oviform blue creature who speaks with a West Country accent. The Trap Door was a British Claymation show that first aired in 1984. Created by Terry Brain, Charlie Mills. The master of the castle, "The Thing Upstairs", resides in the attic of the castle and remains an unseen character throughout the entire show, shouting orders to Berk when hungry or annoyed. Breakfast Time The Big Red Thing being frightened by his own reflection and retreating. Add a photo to this gallery. He also (somehow) wears pajamas. The Trap Door was a children's claymation animated series which initially ran on Channel 4 from 1984 to 1986, but has since been repeated a number of times. No one but Berk knows what "Him Upstairs" looks like as he never leaves his room. https://villains.fandom.com/wiki/The_Thing_Upstairs?oldid=4013802. Just before Berk could stop it, it gobbles the breakfast up, much to Berkâs annoyance. It then runs into Berkâs kitchen, knocking several things over, before it rushes through the hallway again, and races upstairs, where it sneaks into the Thing Upstairsâ bedroom. Throughout the series, he constantly makes demands of Berk such as cooking his meals, cleaning the castle, and other less savoury tasks like grooming him and cleaning his eyeballs. One day, Berk is making breakfast for the Thing Upstairs. More than once when a monster comes out of the Trapdoor, Berk gets rid of it by feeding it to the Thing Upstairs. Berk is a blue blob living in an ancient castle. Meanwhile a little thing comes out of the trap door and zooms about so that Berk cannot catch it. He is also implied to have three humps on his back, more than one head, and has the ability to fly. Written by sibisi73 Plot Summary | â¦ 15. Meanwhile, a 'horrible green gobby lump' comes out of the trap door and drinks all the medicine, with strange results. 3D plasticine animation, featuring Berk, a blue creature who lives as servant to the unseen 'Thing Upstairs' in an old dark house. Berk announcing his sudden departure from the castle after becoming so fed up from the creatures escaping through the trap door and the relentless demands of The Thing Upstairs in the Season 1 finale, shocking and saddening his friends (and the audience). His usual exclamations include "Oh, Globbits!" Deep within this dank and uninviting place lives Berk, the overworked servant of The Thing Upstairs. â sibisi73 Categories: He is never seen entirely, though a small portion of his body can seen briefly during a lightning flash in "The Little Thing", appearing as a formless mass of lumpy flesh. The "Splund" of the title comes out of the trap door and teases Boni and Drutt, while Berk is sewing the Thing Upstairs' pyjamas (they had split due to overeating). Every time the trap door opens a new adventure begins. 3D plasticine animation, featuring Berk, a blue creature who lives as servant to the unseen 'Thing Upstairs' in an old dark house. The Thing Upstairs resides within a massive and ancient castle "in the dark and nasty regions where no-one goes". As Berk drags the little green thing back to the trap door, he finds the creature's mum has come out too - â¦ However, the Red Thing pursues Berk, and he finds him. The Thing Upstairs is the master of Berk and his full appearance have never been seen however Berk said he has wings in Slightly Weird a part of him was revealed to be a gooey mass in The Little Thing and he has multiple heads as revealed in Not Very Nice and The Pain. The show was set in a Haunted Castle owned by an unseen creature known only as 'The Thing Upstairs'. He is the protagonist of the show, and steward or caretaker of the monster's castle. 3D plasticine animation, featuring Berk, a blue creature who lives as servant to the unseen 'Thing Upstairs' in an old dark house. Each time it stops it emits a loud fog horn. Slither, Wriggle and Writhe â¦ The Thing Upstairs. Play as Berk as you rush around an old castle preparing food for the thing upstairs and avoiding the ghoulish monsters that escape from the trap door. The Trap Door Somewhere in the dark and nasty regions where nobody goes, stands an ancient castle. Every time the trap door opens a new adventure begins for Berk and his pals; Boni (a talking skull) and Drutt (a mischievous spider)! Beneath the castle are a series of dark and mysterious caverns inhabited by all manner of "horrible things", accessible by the eponymous trap door. However, the Little Thing obviously ignores Berkâs commands, and pushes him into the Thing Upstairsâ â¦ The Trap Door was a British Claymation show that first aired in 1984. The Trap Door was a claymation-style animated television series, originally shown in the United Kingdom in 1984. Him Upstairs is asleep and so is Boni. As such, Berk often goes about his duties with simple-minded glee, and enjoys cooking with ingredients such as mud, eyeballs, snakes, and worms. This article is a stub and is in need of expansion. A brief appearance of The Thing Upstairs. Throughout the series, he constantly makes demands of Berk such as cooking his meals, cleaning the castle, and other less savoury tasks like grooming him and cleaning his eyeballs. In the episode Not Very Nice, Berk has to remove one of his master's eyeballs to clean it, and when he tries putting it back, he mutters "Which head did I get it from? In order to help him complete his task, Berk must make use of the many objects lying around his part of the castle as well as the creatures that emerge from the trap door.