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"Open House" wraps up the first half of the season and blazes a cringe-worthy path towards the finale.
All in all, "Open House" is another average episode of what's becoming in my eyes, just an average series.
I don't know about you guys, but I love this show as though it were the deformed attic monster I asked my disfigured boyfriend to lust-murder.
Vivien recognized her as the woman who disappeared from her kitchen a few episodes ago. The epiphany left her chilled. I wonder if the photographs have more secrets to show us in future episodes.
If this episode has a plot-oh, who am I kidding? It doesn't-it revolves around the Harmons trying to unload their house.
We know this show is going to disappoint us because it's the creation of Ryan Murphy, who can't seem to sustain quality in his shows over time.
"Open House" shattered what remained of our ignorance of the resident via glorious illumination of the birth of the mansion and some of its inhabitants.
First of all, hearing Moira say that Constance killed her and buried her in the background is just...awesome.
Holy crap! As deaths go on this series, the fate that befell poor, chauvinistic Mr. Eskandarian was one of the more cringe-worthy.
It tied up more loose ends and is setting the stage for the season finale.
I like the balance American Horror Story has achieved between suspense, psychosexual horror, character drama, and conspiracy theory.
I really liked American Horror Story this week! It was a definite middle-season episode with plenty of plot resolution and very little forward motion, but that's exactly what the show needed at this juncture.