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1984 kicks into high-gear with "Mr. Jingles," fleshing out its characters' backstories while twisting the knife in a few unexpected ways.
We can't help but assume that AHS 1984 will feature some kind of similar change-up...that twist is going to be a doozie.
Here we are, in episode two, and already the writers feel like they are throwing noodles against the wall to see what sticks.
After only one episode, the wheels are already coming off 1984.
American Horror Story: 1984 really got into the swing of things in its second episode.
This season, only two episodes in, is so insanely ridiculous, campy, fun when it shouldn't be, and plain old wack-a-doo...
If they can all of this up, 1984 might end as one of the show's most exciting seasons yet.
AHS 1984 followed up their season premiere with another killer episode, giving audiences new questions, further theories and a fleshing out of the characters we were introduced to last week
There's a brilliant over the top scene during episode two where a wedding turns into a bloodbath, the bride's perfectly puffy sleeved wedding dress splattered red to the tune of Billy Idol's White Wedding.
Margaret Booth is the most frightening thing in "Mr. Jingles."
This episode revealed that (of course) something bigger is happening at Camp Redwood. And are we about to see a serial killer romance?
Montana remains the season's stand-out character.
American Horror Story: 1984 may not be challenging, but it's fun and it's frightening, which is enough for now.