I’ve lost my convictions but my pants suits are SOOOO much better now
Kit calls her out for his fame-seeking lifestyle, and how he has noticed she no longer cares about the things that once mattered to me. Lana isn’t hearing any of it, though. She tells him that she found her voice as a writer and is building a life for herself, and that he should move on and do the same. Easier said than done when your wife didn’t lose her mind and murder your other wife, but that’s something Lana may learn in the future.
We return to the present day to find Johnny aka Bloody Face Jr aka the Milk Man still obsessed with his mommy, Lana. I keep thinking I’ve seen the best scene of this season, and then every episode outdoes the last one. This time we see Johnny parked in his sweet ass 1980s Oldsmobile Cutlass, smoking out of a crack pipe. If they can top that scene next week, then I’m awarding AHS: Asylum the award for “Best Show Ever” as it’s clearly won TV.
Johnny has tracked the last signed copy of his mother’s book, “Maniac”, to a bookstore in the midst of closing its doors. The owner does not want to sell him her copy as it belonged to her mother. Nor does the owner believe Johnny is Lana’s son, as she maintains that Lana never had any children, except for a baby that was stillborn. Johnny does a very convincing book reading of his own, where he threatens the bookstore owner with her life and explains in great detail how he is going to track down the woman who abandoned him and kill her.
Do you think my new mommy will like my haircut?
Next week is the finale, so all of our questions should be answered. Is Johnny really the son of Lana and Bloody Face? Will Lana be killed by her son? Who is the Bloody Face inhabiting Briarcliff in the present day? Is Adam Levine as good of a lover with only one arm? Will Jude ever be released from Briarcliff? Does Jude ever find a hair brush? Did Chloe Sevigny’s legs ever grow back?