The trouble was he was getting more and more of his TV-born hostages, he soon worked out that he needed a place to store them. Since he was a devoted player of Minecraft, he started building a prison that consisted of two stone walls with lava filling the gap between them. As was normal in the game, even the small builds take ages to construct.
Inside, he had built four rows of 10 4x3 cells made of stone and Iron bars on two floors. Most of the place including the cells were lit up with Redstone lamps but he also had a line of Glowstone down the centre. At the back of the second floor, he had made a little Governor's office-slash-apartment, with a 5x4 cell made of Iron blocks and Glass Panes. In the little room opposite the cell was a double bed, for himself and Angie.
Across the front of the building, he wrote the word 'Dulaman' in capital letters 5 blocks high and 3 blocks wide with obsidian. Under the 'U' and second 'A', he built a pair of double doors both inside and out, connected by a small corridor bypassing the layer of lava. Extending out the dead centre of the building, he constructed a little Heli-pad just because.
When the prison was finally finished, he jumped into the screen to see how it looked. He was impressed by his work and he even landed on the Heli-pad. So, when he got back, he chose to take his hostages in one at a time, so he picked up his Donna first.
He took her to the first cell on the left as you come in (in the second row) on the bottom floor. While building it, he used Iron bars to fill in the gaps between the stone, but now the gaps that were one block wide became the cell doors. After placing her on the only bed, he left and locked the cell behind him.
Next came Amy, but he took her to the glass cell in his governor's office on the top floor. This cell worked the same way as the iron ones that made up the rest of the prison, the other main difference was there were two beds in the glass cell. It turned out the other bed was for Bella.
When it was her turn, she put up quite a fight, which he was impressed by. But no matter how much she fought or how much he was impressed by it, she still ended up in the glass cell next to Amy.
Although quite primitive for a prison, it has some escape-proof features built in. As well the wall of lava between the walls of stone, he added a layer of bedrock, the strongest material in Minecraft (almost impossible to mine in Survival mode), underneath the whole building.
All the while, Angie had no idea of the existence of any other women in their home, let alone in his office. It was even a long time before she found out about his Dulaman prison.