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Tricky table setting doesn't stop "Traitor" from having its cake and eating it too, skillfully returning to campy form with ample gore and a wholly reunited coven.
It wasn't the most exciting hour of "American Horror Story: Apocalypse" this season, but it did lay some good groundwork...
Hasn't anyone on this show ever heard of marriage counseling? It's cheaper than dry cleaning blood out of silk sheets...
American Horror Story set itself back on course for the impending Apocalypse...
If the spectacle of Billy Porter's scenery-chewing on this season doesn't earn him an Emmy nom, I will riot.
One thing's for sure: I'm not unsure about how much I love Leslie Grossman's performance in the role. Brava.
It just feels unruly.
It's clear now that the last three flashback episodes have all been designed to essentially unite The Witch Avengers for the oncoming war against The Antichrist.
The young witches are making some discoveries about a few of their own. Coco (Leslie Grossman) has the gift of calorie counting. That's not a joke.
American Horror Story's "Traitor" was packed with old characters returning, answers and satisfying moments - yet there are still many questions that remain.
Things are really heating up (no pun intended...well maybe a little) as we get closer to seeing exactly how Michael brought about the end times.
The Coven-esque episode provides us with many great moments, but the slow narrative progression - not to mention the glaring absence of Michael Langdon - makes Traitor one of Apocalypse's weaker instalments.
Finally, all of the main witches from the Coven are back together, and we are so here for it.