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You know what I love about Scream Queens? The fact that so many things happen during each episode. Seriously. Last night's episode was stuffed with feminism, power struggles, murder-even necrophilia! Ryan Murphy, what's wrong with you?
Judging from the first of three Halloween-centric episodes, Scream Queens is off to a fine start rehabbing the reputation of trick-or-treat-themed programming.
The opening sequence of the Scream Queens episode "Haunted House," which can only be described as the Mean Girls Regina George montage meets Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, captures the full spirit of this holiday.
Why, oh, why can't it be Chanel-O-Ween all season long?
This show is fumbling toward something, and either way, I'm happy with the result.
Starting off-kilter is barely the only problem with the episode though, as this is one episode where there's not even a fun kill to keep the audience intrigued while boring nonsense happens on screen.
Dying laughing. Thank you, Scream Queens. This is going to be a rad October.
Scream Queens might have gotten heavy-handed with the exposition in its fourth episode, but it still delivered some exciting twists and remains a joy to watch.
Scream Queens Season 1 Episode 4 was a bit of an uneven hour but had its share of laugh-out-loud moments and memorable performances - particularly those by Keke Palmer as Zayday and Glen Powell as Chad Radwell.