“A leather-based daddy stalking individuals with blood issues”? Should be American Horror Story!
Along with bringing one killer storyline to an finish on Wednesday, the penultimate week of AHS: NYC introduced Patrick’s squad again to Fireplace Island, the place one other beloved character was tragically misplaced.
And by “misplaced,” I in fact imply he was carried into the good past by a bunch of half-naked males sporting deer antlers. (Once more, have to be American Horror Story!)
Learn on for a breakdown of Episodes 7 and eight, then drop a remark along with your ideas beneath. What are your hopes and predictions for subsequent week’s two-part season finale?
EPISODE 7, ‘THE SENTINEL’ | As Henry and his one remaining ear lay helpless on the Mai Tai Killer’s working desk, Gino and Patrick (sans the back-up he requested) cost foolishly into the killer’s lair, the place they’re horrified to find his Frankenstein Jesus on full show. Whitely admits that he made a mistake by giving his creation a subpar coronary heart, suggesting that Patrick’s “noble” organ can be much more appropriate. Lest there be any doubt to the depths of Whitely’s insanity, he even claims to imagine that his nightmarish Raggedy Andy can truly come to life. (However is he being severe? Who am I to query somebody who chops off physique elements all day? I want these fingers to sort!)
Thankfully, Whitely won’t ever get to understand his twisted dream, as a result of Patrick shoots him useless inside moments of liberating himself. (Whitely’s blood splattering on a close-by yellow gentle, giving the room an orange tint, is definitely a really cool impact.) I additionally appoint kudos to Henry for bravely sawing off his personal hand to flee captivity, even discovering time to squeeze in a disapproving remark about Patrick and Gino’s age distinction earlier than reducing into his bone.
A front-page article within the New York Native hails Patrick as a “hero homosexual cop,” even when his co-workers aren’t precisely thrilled by Patrick’s candid criticism about his division’s dealing with of homosexual crimes. However not everyone is able to have a good time simply but. To account for the myriad different current deaths, and fueled by a troubling replace on his and Hannah’s shared situation, Adam insists that there have to be one other killer on the market. Gino laughs off Adam’s principle about “a leather-based daddy stalking individuals with blood issues,” then invitations Adam to hitch him and Patrick for a weekend on Fireplace Island. (The scene of the crime? Actually, guys?)
Talking of getaways, Hannah calls her mom and makes a plan to go to, however the sight of Massive Daddy exterior her house window makes me assume there’s been a change of plans.
The episode ends with Gino writing an impassioned op-ed for the Native‘s Satisfaction concern, rallying his readers to embrace their “homosexual rage” by discovering worth of their trauma and standing as much as the ache and violence that plagues their neighborhood. He even makes an attempt to search out some “advantage” in Whitely’s dream of constructing a sentinel to defend his individuals.
EPISODE 8, ‘FIRE ISLAND’ | This week’s second hour finds the AHS: NYC crew looking for some much-needed R&R on Fireplace Island. And it’s definitely a motley crew — there’s Patrick and Gino, whose relationship is hanging on by a thread; Adam and Theo, neither of whom are conscious of the reality behind their shared signs; and Sam, who’s each Theo’s jealous ex-boyfriend and the one that helped Patrick bury somebody who died throughout a drug-fueled threesome. Oh, and Henry. What may probably go proper!
The inevitable combating begins nearly instantly when Patrick dismisses Gino’s fears (about a number of issues, together with their shared lesions) as mere PTSD from their encounter with the Mai Tai Killer. However let’s be actual, Patrick can’t probably be as chill as he claims to be. In any other case, he wouldn’t be having visions of his useless ex-wife, aka Leslie Ghost-man.
Gino, in the meantime, is being haunted by a still-alive Henry, who explains that he “spared” Gino from some very harmful criminals as a result of — await it — he’s hopelessly in love with him. Henry even drops to his knees and provides Gino the entire “if I can’t have you ever, no person can!” speech… which is definitely much more troubling than romantic.
And what would a weekend from hell be with no go to from Massive Daddy? After giving Fran and her mates a superb scare, the leather-clad lunatic crashes the boys’ rental home, giving Patrick one other likelihood to play homosexual hero cop by taking pictures him at the back of the top. Too dangerous his corpse inexplicably disappears earlier than they get an opportunity to unmask him!
Massive Daddy subsequent seems within the woods, the place Sam has drugged Theo and tied him to a tree — an providing for Henry to do with what he’ll. The sight of Massive Daddy sends Henry working, leaving solely Theo behind. However it isn’t Massive Daddy who kills Theo. He succumbs to his AIDS proper there, and the aforementioned group of half-naked, antler-wearing males carry him away. (Say what you’ll about this season’s heavy-handed metaphors, this was truly fairly a touching second.)