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"The scene that touched me the most was when Violet was losing it after yelling at Tate and Viv showed up to comfort her. It seemed to me the 1st time this season that they showed the love between the mother and daughter."

I agree with Jills comment here. That scene actually brought tears to my eyes. I think Violets acting is improving each episode as well. Jessica Lange is just AMAZING in this roll!! Love this show.

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The scene that touched me the most was when Violet was losing it after yelling at Tate and Viv showed up to comfort her. It seemed to me the 1st time this season that they showed the love between the mother and daughter.

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OMG!! What a great episode last night! This is the best show on TV right now...the whole cast is fantastic! Jessica is perfect in her roll, LOVE HER! If this show doesn't get any Emmys, something is wrong with the universe!!!

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I think this is the best show on TV for sure. Last night was great and well written. The twists that happen on this shoe each week are unbelievable. I just cannot wait to see what happens next season. They will never be able to top this one for sure. Great show. It was not that bad in regards to the gore. Come on people.

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Did expect that ending I was shocked.

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Also how shitty for Vivien to have to spend eternity with Hayden? :( I guess even death's a bitch sometimes.

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The Bad:

Going out of their way to make a statement about gay parenting. Regardless of politics, it seemed extremely forced. That's what they have glee for.

I've lived in Tidewater Virginia all my life, and have never heard even a hint of the 'Croatoan' ghost removal curse. Everyone knows the legend of the lost colony and seeing it grossly defaced was very distracting. The legend is scary enough without turning it into some bs exorcism rite.

Ben seemed to take his daughter being a ghost very very well?

The Good:

Obviously the birth. I think I see how Nora will be placated. Ben and Viv's baby was obviously not term and died or more likely will die shortly after birth, and give Nora her baby again.

Another look at the Infantata, which yes IS Nora's mulitated baby, she called him by name.

Violet finally seeing Tate for what he is...too bad she didn't have this revalation befores he took a bottle of pills.

All in all I think this episode gave a lot of creedance to Ryan Murphy saying that each season will feature a different horror story with new characters new locations, etc. Which actually is quite intriguing for a television show.

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I thought that the infantata was that Frankenstein-style baby that Nora's doctor husband stitched together to try to placate her grief over her lost baby - the one who attacked her when she tried to feed it in the episode where she killed her husband & then herself. Did I get that wrong?

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After reading a couple of reviews of the show (and watching it with my hands slightly over my eyes) I do wonder if the last episode will finally explain the Infanta and its (his?) link to Tate. I think that the first few minutes of the show, while demonstrating that Tate's life was pretty awful from early on, can also insinuate that perhaps Tate and the Infanta have a deeper connection and that perhaps, it is not Tate that has been pulling the strings for so long but the Infanta, through Tate (the monster within Tate). Afterall, the Infanta is the only ghost who has grown and could possibly be the ghost version of 'Alpha Baby' and feeds on other ghosts.

Things to think about.....

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Ah-maze-ing!




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