No, On Command is correct. The TV's have a box mounted to the back that the cable input goes through before it hits the TV. That box communicates with their main system, and lets you order ppv, view your bill on screen, etc. You may need a security tool to disconnect the oncommand box from the tv, as often they have a sleeve around the connector. Or if the security sleeve is plastic, a good pair of snips will let you cut it off enough to work around it, but I wouldn't encourage that.
(Security tool is very similar to a long 7/16 socket, but fairly thin and one side has a slot cut out. You slide the cable into the tool through that slot, slide the tool down into the sleeve and around the hex shaped F connector on the end of the cable, and use it like a wrench to turn the connector. Available at your local Greybar or other industrial tool/electrical supply type place. )
FWIW, if you bring a tivo/vcr/personal TV/any analog tuner, and flip through the channels, you may well get more channels than you do through their on command box, and often can view PPV movies that have been ordered by other rooms. (The movies are just broadcast out on channels you can't normally turn to through their on command box, but with your own tuner, they show just like any other cable channel.)