We are introduced to Loverboy as a tubby kid who is cruelly mocked (sexually) by two girls. The adult Loverboy is an IT technician; he’s able to work around the server and send messages, including photos of himself, to the girls.
The creator of the site (James Thomas) notes that Girl House is more addicting to users than other webcam sites because—by watching the girls hang out naturally, watching movies, making breakfast, in addition to asking them to perform—users feel like they’re getting to know them.
In a perceptive move, Matthews shows that all the girls watch each other’s live feeds.
When Devon (Alyson Bath) starts losing visitors to Kylie in real-time, she repositions her butt-to-camera ratio while working out on a stationary bike, trying to keep whoever is watching happy.
When Kylie hears her roommate Heather (Elysia Rotaru) having sex, she gets up from her bed and fetches her laptop to take a quick peek.
Even though you know it’s coming, you don’t want to see any of these girls die. His is the only name we see that doesn’t reference the mechanics of his junk (proving that naming the unseen dudes would’ve been fun, we’ve also got “cream_slinger,” “Wood Wizard,” “Tugboat,” etc.). But for the unconditioned, it’s easy to see the confusion.