There's nothing scarier than an ex-wife. Unless that ex-wife also once played the resident nymphomaniac on American Horror Story.
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[Warning: This story contains spoilers from Wednesday's episode of American Horror Story: Asylum. Read at your own risk (of being committed).]
Just when you think you've got the sane ones figured out, they turn out to be the crazy ones!
American Horror Story's second season continues to ponder the question of sanity and who has it. This week's episode threw most of that up in the air with the introduction of Franka Potente's character named — wait for it — Anne Frank. Yes, that Anne Frank — allegedly. But her insistence that she is the famed Holocaust victim was the least shocking sign of insanity this week, as even Lana (Sarah Paulson), Grace (Lizzie Brochere) and Kit's (Evan Peters) true natures were revealed or tested. So who's sane? Let's take a look at that and other burning questions below:
If you can believe it, a double amputation is only the beginning for American Horror Story: Asylum's resident nymphomaniac Shelley.
Briarcliff Manor's most provocative inmate found herself in the clutches of the dastardly Dr. Arden (James Cromwell), whose mysterious experiments were shown in all their glory this week. In order to make sure Shelley (Chloe Sevigny) would never escape, Arden amputated both of her legs. And apparently, he has much more in store for his latest charge.
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[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Wednesday's American Horror Story: Asylum. Read at your own risk or the scary monster will come get you.]
And here we thought Bloody Face would be the scariest part about Briarcliff. Apparently, there's a giant monster roaming the halls of American Horror Story: Asylum's manor that will definitely make us sleep with the lights on tonight. So what...