Did Murphy pull it off with the final episode of FX’s American Horror Story: Cult? Did he in fact, make AHS “Great Again?” Ehhh… But A.Ron and Cecily feel that he made a few decent points about the state of modern America, at least one cautionary tale, but mostly this episode is an Inception style mess of flashbacks and flashforwards and who knows how deep into this dream we’re all in, but I’m pretty sure if we don’t get out soon we’ll all be stuck in limbo. We try to restore sanity to the time line before considering a heaping helping of last minute feedback from our fellow fans. Thanks for listening, it’s been a fun ride!
We’ve seen the latest from FX’s American Horror Story: Cult, “Charles (Manson) in Charge”, and it turns out that it’s all the women’s fault! We should have known it the whole time! A.Ron and Cecily try to figure out where Murphy is going as he crosses the double yellow and veers into oncoming traffic a final time before next week where maybe things will make sense!
A.Ron and Cecily have seen this egregious episode of American Horror Story: Cult, “Drink the Kool-Aid”, and have a lot to talk about. A.Ron says this is the scariest episode he’s seen in a long time because cults are scary, and the real life ones depicted here hit uncomfortably close to home. All this, plus feedback for this spooky Halloween episode of AHS!
Cecily and A.Ron take in the latest episode of FX’s American Horror Story: Cult, “Winter of Our Discontent”, where Winter starts to question some of Kai’s leadership and strategy. Or does she? Who knows, perhaps all will be revealed / retconned in a flashback. We also discuss the hilarious/glorious sex ritual Kai comes with, Vincent’s relationship with his siblings, Ally slapping a “NO FEAR” sticker to the back of her Prius, and A.Ron prays to Twisty to deliver us from evil on this upcoming Halloween. Speaking of which, next episode comes on on Halloween!! See you then…
A.Ron and Cecily discuss the latest episode of FX’s American Horror Story: Cult, “Valerie Solanis Died for Your Sins: Scumbag”. We discuss the proper use of colons, the history of Andy Warhol and the titular Valerie Solanis, the plot twist with the newly introduced Bebe, mourning for missed Russell Edgington opportunities, and Lena Dunham.
Cecily and A.Ron discuss the controversial “Mid-Western Assassin” episode of FX’s American Horror Story: Cult. We discuss gun violence, self-censoring same in reaction to increasingly common current events, and what, if any, lessons this episode is capable of teaching. Plus, A.Ron explains the difference between a twist, and a “twist”, and prays to Twisty for deliverance from evil clowns.
A.Ron and Cecily have seen the latest episode of FX’s American Horror Story, “Holes”, and aren’t sure if they’re talking about trypophobia or the plot. Good gravy we’re confused about when and how Meadow died exactly, when Ivy and Alley’s relationship dove into the crapper, and how steam rooms work in the real world. Also; we explain gaslighting in a one act play. Also, also; feedback! See you next week!
Cecily and A.Ron take in the sights and sounds of American Horror Story: Cult’s episode 704, “11/9”, where we begin to see Kai laying the foundation of his crazy empire/cult. A.Ron is deeply saddened to find out that, yeah, Ivy is probably in on this from the ground floor; Cecily is still in denial. We also talk about Boris Carolla, gym jerking etiquette, the swift conversion of members of Kai’s cult, and lots and lots of feedback. See you next week!
Cecily and A.Ron are here to spit fire about American Horror Story: Cult, “Neighbors from Hell”! We talk about the essential problem of the satire of this season, but how we’re managing to enjoy it anyway, as well as hot takes on sombreros, sexy book cases, and microwaved rodents. Those microwaved rodent takes? Especially HOT. All this plus just a tremendous amount of feedback… see you back here next week!
Cecily and A.Ron turn on the night lights and light up our organic beeswax candles for FX’s American Horror Story: Cult as we consider this week’s episode, “Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark”. We discuss the new beekeeping neighbors, Winter’s very forward notion of relaxing Ally, and the importance of gun safety training for new terrified liberal gun owners, and much more. See you next week!