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I did not like the ending. Come on kit disappeared. Alma died in briarcliff.
Will not watch it next season unless it catches my eye the first episode. It is not suppose to have a happy ending. I wanted kit to stay and his 2 wives just to see how he can juggle that. Or at least keep 1 of them locked up and bloody face and monsenior. I will miss sister Jude. She could have been a warden of a prison and 1 of kit wives inside or the people i wrote above.Killing off Jessica Lange and kit a big mistake. All the weird looking people hey that's horror.
I did not like the ending. Come on kit disappeared. Alma died in briarcliff.
Will not watch it next season unless it catches my eye the first episode. It is not suppose to have a happy ending. I wanted kit to stay and his 2 wives just to see how he can juggle that. Or at least keep 1 of them locked up. I will miss sister Jude. She could have been a warden of a prison and 1 of kit wives inside or something. Killing off Jessica Lange and kit a big mistake. All the weird looking peo
I actually really enjoyed the finale. And the fact that it ended on Dominique really made me smile.
I'm still confused about the aliens, but I prefer an open ending to a shitty explanation. I suppose when the kids disappear with Jude in the forest and come back with her better, that was the aliens as well?
As for Lana, she didn't recognize her son, but rather the police investigators cleared that up for her so she was expecting him, right? If that was the case, did she really need to shoot him? I mean, the sirens started as soon as the shot went off.
Maybe I'm the crazy one - I think when Jude warned Lana about staring in the face of evil and Lana walked out of Briarcliff back in 1967 (or whatever year it was), she imagined the entire story in her head. Kind of like Pam Ewing waking up to find Bobby in the shower...
A horrible finale. The only episode that was truly capable of terror was the 2nd to last. Why are people expecting happy endings on a horror based show? The alien story made absolutely no sense. What happened in the woods with Jude and Kit's kids? Why was Kit an alien target? Seemed that everything Lana did was in the name of her career. She knew all along a bit of reverse psychology would work on Johnny in order to kill him. How did the recording get on Ebay? Seriously? It really should have been Jude that took down the Monsignor. Lana was no 'saving grace'. It was always about appearances. Take down BloodyFace, get a book deal. Take down Briarcliff and the Monsignor, fame. Win/win. She said 'No more death' and decided to have Johnny. Granted, he did with his life what he wanted to, but considering the source, you could say his murders could be tracked back to Lana because she knew what he was made of and therefore capable of. I loved Season 1 so much more than this. What a shame.
I almost stopped watching 3 eps in because of the alien story but the others kept me interested. I'm so glad! I loved season 1 and feel that the writing, overall, was much better. This season was a monster mash. But the situations this season gave the actors more to sink their teeth into and boy did they!!! Jessica Lange was even better than last year somehow and Lily Rabe actually matched her. Amazing. Sarah Paulson is always fantastic but Evan Peters was incredible this season. He's gonna be working til he's Lange 's age, too. I was satisfied with the ending because I knew they'd leave the alien story either vague or totally unresolved. The important stuff was done and it was of course very well done. I do hope most of this cast returns next season.
she decided to finish what she started. She should've gone through with the abortion, in her eyes. She hoped he could be/would be better, but he proved to be a bad seed like his father. I thought it was poetic justice. HOWEVER, I'm confused as to what the ending was about. When she talked to Sister Jude at the end, are we supposed to believe that the whole story was Lana imagining the stories she could tell if she allowed herself to be committed and investigate? Or are we supposed to believe that this is Lana remembering a conversation she had with Sister Jude that explains the sacrifices she ended up making that Jude prophesied she would have to make?
I like that they had Kit free her and help her, cause he was really a decent human being, but Jude should have been the one to expose the Cardinal to the world. She, afterall, was there and part of the goings on, her word would have been credible, maybe even working WITH Lana to do it. Having Lana do it on her own felt forced, like they're trying to wrap everything up and have Lana do it all.
And finally, Lana's story. I was satisfied that she killed Johnny, it had to be that way. She chose to give him life, but what he did with that life was up to him. She is not responsible for him being a monster, she wanted him to have a good life and frankly, having to raise a baby of someone who raped and tortured you might not be best. He used that as an excuse for his depravity. She had to kill his father because she was so damaged by him, and when the son that she hoped would be better than that, showed up at her door, wanting to kill her after killing many others like his father, she decid
Overall I enjoyed the show, but there is so much left unresolved that I am left going WTF, much like some of season 1's unresolved questions..
Who were the other bloodyface imposters during the first couple of episodes that shot the honeymooner? Accomplices of Johnny? The last episode leads you to believe he arrived at Briarcliff right before they did and he was alone.
The alien storyline to me is an offshoot and poorly wrapped up. Was Kit another alien 'child' and that's why he was special? I am led to believe he was an alien, or part alien as that's why they came and took him at the end when he was dying, and his kids didn't seem to mind. They know they're part 'alien' too. Anyway, I was glad to see he was able to keep it together and raise his kids, but was sad that ultimately, his life was really just an experiment. I was expecting something more.
I think Jude got the short end of the stick. She should have been the one to bring down the Cardinal after she was freed. I lik
I thought this entire season fell apart toward the end, very bad writing, anti-climactic resolutions to most characters, I DID like the resolution of Lana/ Johnny(son of Bloodyface) but other than that, pathetic: Jude-dies of cancer, Kit-dies of cancer (did we really need TWO characters to die of cancer ,let alone one), Grace killed by Alma, Alma dies of seemingly unknown causes at Briarcliff, suicide for both Arden and the Monsignor, weak, weak,weak endings to some evil characters that deserved a lot more punishment. I DO like a happy ending,I thought Kit should have at least got to live out a long happy life with at least ONE of his wives, he was the only completely innocent character. I hope season 3 is better because this whole season was un unsuccesful mix of too many genres and died a lingering, whimpering death rather than a satisfying climax.
I feel as if somebody just **** me up the ###. Seriously. They started with about ten to fifteen villains, and by thirteen episodes in, everybody just falls off a banister/cremate themselves/get cancer/ die from nosebleeds/ get shot by their momma?
I was not happy with the lana being alone but she kina of was always alone kit was good but i think the aliens made him as an expermant and took thoes close to him to make test tube babies because he could not have them because he was not human thats why when he got remarried they dident have kids kiklinf johnny was ok but he never got the love he wanted you think she was carring and going to make up for all the hurt but bam shot in the head love how they use the characters in diffrent roles every year like watching them recartned and how theres spirit lives in a diffrent life cant wait for next year miss the first year but it keeps getting better
I didn't love the ending. It was mostly okay but the alien sl was a major let down.So was it Kit's ability to love and forgive that attracted the aliens' interest? Are they some sort of pacifist spieces that wanted to use Kit's children (and others' i suppose...) to pass on their ideals? I would like to see this idea developed as a sl on its own. Mixed with everything else just fails to make an impact.
I agree that Lana killing Johnny was fitting...but also predictable. I was sort of hoping that Lana's experience with Thredson would have taught her not to make the same mistakes as his mother. The ''no more death'' scene for me was one of the most beautiful of the series and that's why i wanted this sl at least to end in a more hopeful...more ''love beating hatred''...note.
But i did like the series overall.In some aspects it was a lot better that than the ''Murder House''.
It was a fun series with great acting but the finale was a let down. The program is `American Horror Story` so a happy ending didn`t really make sense. The stuff with Aliens seemed like they were just keeping their options open and decided not to pursue that story line.
Hopefully, there will be another series.
Another stellar performance by Jessica Lange . The rest of the cast was also wonderful but somehow I found the finale to be lacking, very unsatisfying. There was no answer to the questions of why. Why did the aliens take such an intrest in Kit? I really thought that was going to be what everything revolved around and once we knew that everything else would fall into place. Why are the kids special? I thought we'd get to see why but no. Don't get me wrong it was good and we did get to see what happened to everyone but I guess after last season I just expected more. A big wow moment or something.
I loved it! I found myself welling up as Jude passed away and was so happy she was able to have such happiness before she went. I did not see Lana turning the tables like that and I am disappointed in myself about that one. Okay...so the aliens took Kit right? And we likely either will never get resolution to that or that is actually a future ahs anthology down the road where Ryan Murphy convinces Evan Peters to play Kit again? Oh since he got to be the good guy this year and was kind of the tormented bad guy last year...he probably gets to play some sort of fun amoral character next year...Sarah Paulson likely will be my first suspect as a bad guy next year too...I am seeing a brother sister team...
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