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Omega symbol.

This one of religious ritual to convert a new member.

Omega House is a cult disguised as a female sorority. It only appears in the episode Fun with Jane and Jane. The cult brainwashes its members by depriving them of protein, bathroom breaks, contact with all friends and families, selling jams and jellies and hazing. In the end, the members will want nothing to do with their old lives, embrace their new lives and new names, which is always "Jane" (or have a surname, but always have "Jane" in it), and they only want one job: making and selling the cult's jams and jellies. Soon the members are sent on a bus to work at the ranch where the cult produces their jam and jelly products. Dale Gribble once exterminated at Omega House and the cult paid him in their jams and jellies. Due to this absurd payment in kind, along with Dale's predisposition to conspiracy theories, he researched the cult and found their background. This proved beneficial, as Peggy and Luanne were about to be sent away to the ranch until Hank, having learned from Dale of the Omega House's true nature, rescued them.

Beliefs and Practices in the Omega house

They believe that all members are to give up their birth name in exchange for the one Jane. Jane is the name of their founder. To raise funds, they sell berry flavored jams and jellies.


The religion worship as Monotheistic that mean they worship one deity. Their symbol is the letter Omega and their goddess is Old Jane.


They only eat rice, as all other foods (except for jam, jellies, and possibly English muffins) are considered to be sinful.


They meditate for Jane along praying to Omega symbol or Old Jane like typical religion.


They believe worship to Old Jane and omega symbol.

Members of the Omega house

  • Lisa (deprogrammed and former)
  • Other Janes from Arlen Community College (all former)


The group may have partially been based on the Unification Church founded by Reverend Sun-Myung Moon, which was known for sessions in backcountry resorts where new recruits would be greeted by balloons and banners reading "Welcome Home Brothers & Sisters". The cult became known in slang as "Moonies", a slur on the name of its founder. Indoctrination into the cult was known for sessions of how all problems in one's "former life" were gone, which ranged for long hours of the day, and privacy was virtually nonexistent. In later years, the cult came under accusations of turning members away from their own parents and isolating them from society, to which Rev. Moon tried to counter this by setting aside time for new recruits to keep in touch with the outside world by instruction of "write a letter to your friends or family at least once every ten days".