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Sarah Paulson and a shocking ending save "Tupperware Party Massacre" from being a messy tangle of plot threads.
Damn, I thought I was watching American Horror Story: Freak Show, not American History Story: Pretty Much.
"Tupperware Party Massacre" is all about the godlike power that people can hold over others, using love, power, money, etc. It's also one of the most jumbled, confused and strange for strange sake episodes of Freak Show so far.
A good, down-to-bleeding-earth episode of Freak Show this week if you can overlook the simpering mess Jimmy's become.
It still stands to reason that the structure could be tossed aside for more randomness, but if these storylines can play out to some kind of conclusion, Freak Show stands a chance of ending on a series high note.
Seriously, every time I think we've reached the utmost gross thing AHS can possibly pull off, it turns out that I'm way, way wrong.
I think at this point, I've just accepted the fact that the show is willing to forgo being scary for being disturbing and more often, darkly funny. I can live with that, I suppose.
"Tupperware Party Massacre" was jam-packed with crazy moments, devastating heartache, and #butts and was therefore one of the best episodes of the season. Believe it, dudettes.
"Tupperware Party Massacre" is a tangle of loose ends and mangled stories.
Step right up, ladies and gentlemen, to witness the eighth wonder of the world! Sarah Paulson...and Sarah Paulson...are Sarah Paulson...in Paulson v. Paulson: Dawn of the Emmy.
Something tells me a swimming pool full of dead bodies is going to be nothing compared to next week's episode.
Wow, what an ending! That's what we've been waiting for all season, for our freaks to stand in solidarity and in opposition to the powers that be.
It's a shameless Afterschool Special message for the gay public that explicitly verbalizes a subtext that's been ground into the metaphorical pavement from episode one.