“American Horror Story” Stick-Figure Recap: Dark Cousin

American Horror Story was oddly fun this week: Lana can’t seem to get a break; Sister Mary is full-on possessed; and Sister Jude (do we still call her that?) found out that she didn’t actually kill the girl she thought she killed. This seems like a small detail that she would have picked up on, but I guess she was busy becoming a nun.

Here’s a quick breakdown of Wednesday’s episode:













Jason Sweeten is a contributing writer for Queerty. He’s excited about all the Santa happening next week. 

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  • Mr. Enemabag Jones

    Hadoken! Just when I thought it couldn’t get better, Mr. Sweeten drops a Street Fighter reference. Love it 8^)

  • Alivia

    Grace’s departure is up there with Shelley’s: sad and unnecessary, at least to me. I was working during last night’s episode but thanks to my DISH Hopper I was able to record the show and I watched it this morning before coming into work. With four times more recording space than your average DVR I know that I don’t have to rush through watching all my shows before recording something else. Lana’s story is turning into this depressing, heartbreaking story and it’s making me have this love-hate relationship with the show. My DISH co-worker was excited to see Frances Conroy in this episode as the dark angel and I think she did a fantastic job. Sister Mary Eunice is definitely getting control of things and at least she’s got that pig Dr. Arden in his place. I love the stick figures!

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