Cast & Crew
Mr. Gallant/Tate Langdon
Sister Mary Eunice McKee
The Magical Delights of Stevie Nicks Photos
Why either of us thought American Horror Story would spill the beans on her subplot just yet, I'll never know.
Sloppy though it initially may be, "The Magical Delights of Stevie Nicks" grows more confident over the course of its running time.
Stevie Nicks was in the tenth episode of Coven. Stevie Nicks was the tenth episode of Coven. They named the episode after her, and she taught Misty the proper method for shawl-twirling.
"The Magical Delights Of Stevie Nicks" is by far the best episode of this season of American Horror Story.
If this is what they gave us after taking a month off, we have very low expectations for the rest of the season, sorry to say.
It is so hard to keep up with what side everyone is on and the minute I think I have a grasp on things, it changes again.
I shouldn't complain -- Nicks' appearance on the show was actually a very welcome relief, simply because it created a pleasant oasis in a world of batcrap crazy.
Angela Bassett said "shut up" to a baby. Oh and hello, there's a VOODOO DEVIL walking around hassling people. Plus, you know, Stevie Nicks. That definitely happened. I want to live in this episode basically.
Those of us who worried that they might tone things down in the presence of such a superstar need not have, because even by this show's standards this was pretty out there stuff.
Such inconsistency makes it difficult to take anything Coven does at face value, and what's more, there's little in the way of some larger function to any of it.