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... this was, by far, the weakest episode of an otherwise strong season.
After making us wait nearly half a season to see Lena Dunham in her cameo role as Valerie Solanas, American Horror Story doesn't waste any time getting her on screen in its seventh episode.
There's plenty of room here to send-up Trump's distraction politics, but Cult isn't landing the punch.
I'm not sure which actress I was more excited to see in Valerie's cult: AHS fave Jamie Brewer or Glee grad Dot Jones.
This season keeps getting better and better the more we know, and Murphy and his writers have perfectly plotted some real curve-balls this season that I genuinely didn't see coming.
Tuesday night's American Horror Story: Cult tackled female rage in a brutal episode that also set the stage for a battle of the sexes among the divided members of Kai's (Evan Peters) cult.
"Valerie Solanas Died for Your Sins: Scumbag," brings fifteen minutes of fear to the political circus maximus.
This is where the story gets interesting-and potentially problematic for the A.H.S. universe.
How is this going to play out is anyone's guess at this point, but things are really starting to get fun.
So much rage.
We're suddenly beginning to doubt our firm belief that we could never ever be seduced by a cult and that's possibly the scariest thought we've had while watching this season so far.
Tonight's episode was a standout for me, and finally helped me love this season.