Cast & Crew
Mr. Gallant/Tate Langdon
Sister Mary Eunice McKee
Anna Leigh Leighton
Fiona Goode (Young)
The Replacements Photos
While AHS's horror tends to be violence-related, Coven conjured those moments in the most unexpected and unsettling ways. Like the incestuous Frankenstein abuse!
After two already-bonkers episodes, this latest installment ... upped the ante even further, giving us at least three murders and a chance for every actress to shine bright like a cigarette.
It's hard to recall an episode that explores the various realms of the sexual taboo with the feverish invention that "The Replacements" displays.
There's an unsubtle theme running throughout this season of American Horror Story: The idea that "witchcraft," as represented in Coven, is really just a metaphor for acting.
Bottom line: we're just loving the hell out of it right now, flaws and all.
The reveal that Madison was the next Supreme (in so far as we know), along [with] her shocking death, was the best thing Coven's done so far.
After a barely vital episode, American Horror Story: Coven came back this week guns blaring.
This week, the storyline most to my liking was Fiona's (Jessica Lange), whose struggle with the cruelties of aging and a gradual loss of power would ring true for third world dictators or Beverly Hills housewives.
"The Replacements" was a truly deranged hour of television and I could not be more grateful. I feel so alive!
This was a real button-pushing episode. Between whacking Nancy Drew and all the incest and bestiality, you have to wonder if Standards and Practices was asleep on the job for this one.