The advantage the Show has is the evolution of attachment to certain characters, which then makes the demise of any more powerful; that is, of course, if you care about any of them. And with AHS, you don’t get perfect people. Even the nuns arrive with unclean hands, as we learn that Sister Jude’s red negligee is courtesy of her once upon a time profession as lounge singer (and possible prostitute) who was involved in a drunken hit and run.
It’s interesting that the Show this season is a sign of times that spotlights not only the awkward cohabitation of science and religion, but also a bigotry that was accepted as much then as it is shunned now.
When Hook shared the screen with Dark One Rumpy, I damn near melted on the sofa.
Every time T-Dog speaks, two black men and a Latino dude have to die.
It is on Wednesday nights. How many times in your life have you had a reason to look forward to Wednesday? It’s the middle of the week – not last weekend, not yet the next weekend. Now you have a reason. You’re welcome.
Elena is a sloppy eater, but she still looks prettier than most people.
So, there are a few things we know about how people live when confronted with the absence of electricity. Perhaps the most important is that everybody turns into a sonofabitch.
Oh no! Elena is going to be a vampire unless we can stop it! This will be a fate worse than death for her and everyone who loves her! We’ll just ignore the fact that 80% of everyone she knows, has known, or will know is a vampire or part vampire.
“Seed” made me puke a little. It was the zombie guard’s face being ripped off that did it (which, weirdly, made me think of the flan I made in my high school home ec class).