As the old adage goes, “there’s no use in crying over spilt milk”. Someone failed to alert Johnny aka Bloody Face Jr that this adage rings true.
Someone get this man a drink.
We begin in the present day, where Johnny has hired a female escort. Paying for sex is one of the most mundane activities that has happened this season, and is probably one of the least depraved sex acts by any of the cast. However, Johnny isn’t really paying for sex. We know from past episodes that Johnny has serious mommy issues, not surprising as he was a product of rape and his mother, Lana, probably didn’t want anything to do with him.
Johnny is looking for a mommy to breast feed him, and new mother and winner of the triple D breast lottery, Pandora, is happy to oblige for what looks like a healthy dose of cash. How do sex workers price services? Is Johnny paying a surcharge for the triple D’s? Pandora, or “Chocolate Milk” as I like to refer to her, has been saving up all day, even giving her own son formula so she had enough milk to appease Johnny. Just be grateful that this wasn’t a reunion of “the Practice” and Camryn Manheim didn’t play Pandora
Johnny inquires if the sound of a baby crying gets her to start leaking, and there is talk of a “soaking wet bra”. Unlike Daniel Day Lewis, Johnny won’t drink your milkshake, but he’s definitely down for some day old chocolate milk. It doesn’t need to be said, but eating and drinking while watching this show is inadvisable.
It should also be noted that with all of the horror and violence brought forth by AHS, what I’ve been offended by the most this season is Johnny’s half mullet- half rat tail haircut. It’s fine to be white trash, but pick a white trash hairstyle and stick with it. No one likes an indecisive piece of white trash. They’ll run your ass out of the trailer park for stuff like that.
Sick haircut, bro.
Back in 1964, Thredson retrieves Kit from solitary confinement and takes him to see Grace and his baby. Thredson has to play nice as he thinks Kit can trick Lana into giving up the taped confession that she has hidden. Thredson reiterates how important he finds breast feeding for the development of a child. Clearly, like father, like son. Grace tells Kit that she has named their baby Thomas, after her grandfather. Kit obliges and seems elated that Grace and his baby are fine, other than that whole being trapped in an insane asylum thing.
“I’ve had a lot of thinkin’ time in here, and everything seems on the up and up”