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I May Destroy You
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No consensus yet.
While the situation is mostly straightforward at this point - at least as straightforward as "AHS" ever is - there are still some wild cards to consider.
Mr. Jingles is quickly becoming American Horror Story's most tragic character, and that means he's clearing a pretty high bar.
By now, what happens next should be pretty familiar: everyone converges on the camp, again, and people start dying, again.
In order to understand where pivotal players are going this season, one must understand from where they came.
It's here that that episode takes a nosedive for me.
I am eagerly awaiting the reunion of everyone, both dead and alive in a place that has haunted them all for years. However, this is American Horror Story. It is essential to expect the unexpected.
Things are about to get bloody, fast.
With the relatively mild revelations...it's starting to seem less and less likely that we'll get anything at all.
Camp Redwood plummets into even more chaos.
Even the most predictable aspects of AHS are still pretty wild.
The return of Lily Rabe is here and I couldn't be happier.