In apocalypse when venible and meed killed everyone how did they kill all the greys other than Mallory.
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What was the saddest death in apocalypse to you
What would your reactions be if Jamie Lee Curtis made an appearance in 1984
Was wondering what everyone's favorite seasons were? you can rank all of them if you want or you can just say your top three.
Could the Hawthorne School for Exceptional Young Men have an East Coast version and/or other locations besides California? Was an estate big enough for all the warlocks in the United States? Even if like Miss Robichaux's Academy, not all warlocks chose to continue the bloodline, the school would need enough room to accommodate all the potential recruits and if there wasn't enough room they would need other houses (prior to the California estate being burned down). Any thoughts?
Anyone else want to know what Betty and dots and jimmys child is going to look like or......(freak show btw)
Okay cause I want to know what is your have if AHS? Mine is season 1 Murder house
Personally I prefer Tate and violet because there was more of a relationship build up and individual character build up but I still love Zoe and Kyle.
What do you think?
Mary Eunice AKA Satan (Lily Rabe)
Michael Langdon AKA Antichrist (Cody Fern)
I absolutely love Jessica Lange and all her characters. Now the timeline for Freakshow & Asylum, while following Pepper’s character. I love to imagine that Elsa or her essence is somehow sort of reborn in Sister Jude since she takes such a fondness to Pepper after she’s committed. Has anyone else had that thought or am I the only one?
Okay but am I the only one who thinks John Lowe is like ... HELLA hot 🤤
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I feel like they’re turning it more into a comedy horror like scary movie than the weird creepy show it used to be but hey that could just be the trailer. Also I’m upset that Evan Peters, Taissa Farmiga, Cathy Bates and Sarah Paulson won’t be returning, I feel like it’s gonna turn into scream queens with Emma Roberts
Apocalypse would have been better if Denis O’Hare returned to the role of his coven character Spalding because it does not make sense that we did not see him at least once in this season.
Reply if you agree
I just really like Asylum......
It sucks that Evan Peters won’t be in Season 9.
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The first character to appear in more than one season was Pepper. In season two, which takes place primarily in 1964, she is an inmate at Briarcliff Manor. In season four, which takes place 12 years earlier in 1952, she is one of the members of Fräulein Elsa’s Cabinet of Curiosities, one of the last remaining freak shows in the United States. After the death of her fellow microcephailic performer at Elsa’s freak show, Pepper falls into a deep depression and is brought to live with her emotionally abusive sister. After Pepper’s sister and her husband kill their child, they frame Pepper for the act and she is carted off to Briarcliff.
Along with fellow Freak Show characters Jimmy Darling and Meep, Pepper is also briefly shown on the cover of Twisty: The Clown Chronicles, a comic book based on the events of Freak Show, featured in season seven, Cult.
Pepper is the American Horror Story character that appears in the most episodes of the series. She is portrayed by Naomi Grossman.
Sister Mary Eunice (Asylum)
After being possessed by a demon, Sister Mary Eunice becomes one of the primary antagonists in Asylum. She briefly reappears in Freak Show, canonically years earlier, when she admits Pepper to Briarcliff.
Eunice is portrayed by Lily Rabe, whose other American Horror Story characters include Nora Montgomery (Murder House), Misty Day (Coven, Apocalypse), Aileen Wournos (Hotel), and Shelby Miller (Roanoke).
Dr Arden (Asylum)
The sadistic doctor of Briarcliff was revealed to be former Nazi Hans Grüper over the course of Asylum. His history comes back in Freak Show, during an episode that focuses on Elsa Mars’ backstory. Grüper, it turns out, was one of the men who sawed off Elsa Mars’ legs in a snuff film, back in post-World War I Germany.
Older Dr. Arden is portrayed by James Cromwell, while young Hans Grüper is played by his son, John Cromwell.
Dr Charles Montgomery (Murder House)
Dr. Charles Montgomery built the infamous Murder House back in 1922. It’s revealed through flashbacks that he performed illegal abortions in the basement and after a whole chain of events that culminate in bringing his own dead and dismembered child back to life, his wife Nora killed him, then herself. Charles and Nora’s ghosts appear in Murder House. In Hotel, he appears in a flashback to 1926, when Lady Gaga’s character Elizabeth Johnson (aka the Countess) receives an abortion from the doctor.
Charles Montgomery is played by Matt Ross. It’s a popular fan theory that Madison Montgomery from Coven is a descendant of the Montgomerys.
In Coven, Queenie is a powerful witch with the ability to inflict pain on others by harming herself — a self-proclaimed “human voodoo doll.” She faces off against witch hunters, reincarnated serial killers and other threats, and is one of the few surviving witches at the end of the season. In Hotel, she comes to Los Angeles to be on Price is Right, only to be murdered by the ghost of James March and drained of blood by Ramona Royale.
Queenie is portrayed by Gabourey Sidibe, who appeared in Freak Show as Regina Ross. She’s set to return as Queenie in Apocalypse.
Billie Dean Howard (Murder House)
Billie Dean Howard appears as a recurring character on Murder House, where she is a medium found on Craigslist by Jessica Lange’s Constance Langdon and hired to get Tate Langdon’s ghost to the other side. She comes back in Hotel, hired to communicate with anther ghost and eventually comes to Hotel Cortez on Devil’s Night to film an episode of her Lifetime show. The ghosts threaten her into silence, however, and she flees from the hotel.
Billie is played by American Horror Story veteran Sarah Paulson, who also portrays Lana Winters (Asylum, Roanoke), Cordelia Goode (Coven, Apocalypse), Bette and Dot Tattler (Freak Show), Hypodermic Sally (Hotel), Audrey Tindall (Roanoke), and Ally Mayfair-Richards (Cult). Billie Dean Howard — along with Cordelia Goode
Marcy (Murder House)
The realtor who sells the Murder House to the Harmons also sells the Hotel Cortez to Will Drake. She is later murdered by two vampires and her ghost is currently wandering Hotel Cortez. Eventually, she grows to be pretty fond of her afterlife. She’s portrayed by Christine Estabrook in both seasons.
The Mott Family (Freak Show)
The murderous Dandy Mott (Finn Wittrock) was one of the main antagonists of Freak Show. His ancestor Edward Phillipe Mott (Evan Peters) built the manor on the Roanoke property. It’s confirmed in the in-show reality show My Roanoke Nightmare that Dandy and his mother Gloria (France Conroy) were the last descendants of the Mott family.
Not necessarily a character reappearing, but a concept — the primordial bloodthirsty immortal witch in Roanoke was confirmed by Ryan Murphy to be the first Supreme, the most powerful witch and leader of the coven in America.
Piggy Man (all seasons)
One of psychiatrist Ben Harmon’s patients in Murder House talks about his fear of the Piggy Man, an urban legend based on a Chicago serial killer who wore the head of a pig. In Roanoke, the murderous Polk family claims that their ancestor Kincaid Polk was the basis of that legend, himself inspired by one of the ghosts that terrorizes the Roanoke property.
Twisty (Freak Show)
Twisty the Clown terrorized the town of Jupiter, Florida during the events of Freak Show and was eventually taken away to Edward Mordrake’s collection of souls. Twisty’s reign of terror inspired a comic book series that is depicted in Cult.
Lana Winters (Asylum)
Lana Winters was one of the central characters of season two, a journalist who goes undercover and is forcibly admitted to Briarcliff Manor, escapes the clutches of serial killer Bloody Face, and faces off against his successor years later. She’s notable for being the only character to survive that season.
She returns in the last episode of Roanoke to interview Lee Harris, the only survivor of the Return to Roanoke television special.
In Cult, she’s briefly referenced when someone mentions that Lana wanted to interview Sarah Paulson’s season seven character Ally Mayfair-Richards.
Lana Winters is portrayed by Sarah Paulson.
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