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An intriguing time jump and a host of previous season tie-ins keep viewers on track as 1984's meandering plot continues to unwind.
More than halfway into the season, we still have no idea what's going on.
Kudos for pulling out all the stops for this big episode - it definitely turned the construct of the season on its head.
The ghosts of Camp Redwood are numerous, and fabulous.
Beyond its use as an '80s references bingo, AHS's 100th episode showcased so many of the things it's been doing well for the last eight seasons, as well as some of its pitfalls.
I actually kind of dug this episode.
A pivotal installment of this FX hit.
Though it was my instinct to expect something much more intense, unbelievable, and inconceivable for this landmark episode...what we did get did not disappoint.
The worst night of Camp Redwood is over but the fun is just beginning.
A fun connection to a previous season, the return of a fan-favorite performer and, of course, more twists than you could shake Trevor's baby elephant trunk at.
This is just business as usual, but it still amounts to a very entertaining episode that doesn't derail this season's momentum.
I obviously have things that I look forward to and want to happen, but I don't think that it's a season I would just casually sit and re-watch, like others.
Welcome to Ryan Murphy's world.