Other than the fact that he’s a liferuiner?
On a serious note though, it’s amazing what he can do. Make a tv-show about a glee club with teenage drama, and also a tv-show with nipple lamps and devil nuns. I mean.. he’s amazing. But he just doesn’t do as I want. It’s a love/hate relationship, let’s just leave it at that.
No need to be sorry, ask whatever you want! You probably shouldn’t be on my blog if you’re behind though, it’s full of spoilers.
In the end everyone is dead except for Larry, Constance, Marcy (the realtor) and the policeman. I don’t remember his name right now.
I don’t necessarily think season one’s storyline is better, but it’s definetly more relateable which makes it more enjoyable to watch for alot of people. Young and forbidden love, mental illness, cutting, suicide, depression, school shootings etc. These are all things that happen to alot of teenagers in our generation. Where as season two takes place in an asylum in 1964, it has aliens, nuns, nazis, crazy doctors etc. None of these things are relateable, at least not for me. I think that’s why so many people fell in love with season one, and doesn’t find season two as interesting.
And who are we kidding.. tate and violet. *sob*
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Basically because he was being too nice. He was extremely convincing, he made people trust him, and was the only one who was nice to Kit. Like in the last episode he got Kit to say: “My name is Kit walker, and I murdered my wife.” He made Kit believe that it was just a part the theraphy and of him trying to remember wheather he did it or not, but really he handed it to the police and said it was Kits confession. He has the best job for getting away with murder.
Also because it would be too obvious if it was Dr. Arden or Kit. I knew from the start it was going to be someone you didn’t expect so I started noticing Dr.Thredson. When he said he would bring Lana home I just knew. Was shipping them there for a minute tho
At first I was like: aww, he’s my favorite character. And then i remembered Ryan Murphy is known for destroying my favorite characters so.. yup haha.
I was reeeally hoping it wouldn’t be him though :(
Aww, love you. <3
Yes, some of the murders are.
Dr. Charles Montgomery and his wife Nora, is loosely based on the “Lindbergh Baby” Case. Charles Lindbergh’s son was abducted from his crib, never found, parents fled the country for fear of safety- March 1, 1932
Elizabeth Short “The Black Dahlia” was murdered in 1947 as depicted in “Spooky Little Girl” -January 15, 1947
The student nurse murders of Gladys and Maria are based on the murders of Richard Speck in Chicago in 1966. Speck murdered 8 student nurses of South Chicago Community Hospital - July 14, 1966.
Westfield High School Massacre is based almost identically to the Columbine High School Massacre of 1999. Right down to chilling details of where the students were located and being asked the quesiton if they believed in God. Tate is seen wearing a trenchcoat and boots in the shooting scenes, as did the shooters of Columbine. -April 20, 1999
Same, anon, same.
I don’t think the whole “asylum” storyline sounds to exciting, but we’ll wait and see!
Ahhh.. Thank you for clearing it up :)
I’m kind of confused about that part too, but no, he didn’t kill her. She failed a suicide attempt. I think the coffee he drank was drugged, but I don’t understand why Moira would do that. So you’re not the only one confused!
I don’t know what it’s called, i would just call it a regular razorblade. It looks like this: http://www.psdgraphics.com/file/razor-blade-on-white.jpg
Yes, the monster in the basement is called the infantata, and it’s what attacked her :)
That was Hayden, her muddy hand gives that away.